Living wage campaign: The City of Lincoln Council has launched a new campaign encouraging employers in Lincoln to pay the living wage.
Tuesday, February 24
Legal action: The City of Lincoln Council will pursue legal action after an unauthorised encampment of caravans failed to leave a Lincoln playing field.
Too few homes: New figures show there were 2,000 fewer new homes built in Lincolnshire in 2014 than there should have been, however Lincoln performed well on housing targets.
Monday, February 23
City Hall hub: Lincoln Jobcentre Plus will move into City Hall by the end of October, after plans to create a new ‘public sector hub’ were approved by the City of Lincoln Council.
Car park refurb: City of Lincoln Council has voted in favour of modernising the Broadgate car park at a meeting of the Executive.
Friday, February 20
Allowance rise: Members of Lincolnshire County Council have agreed a rise in councillors allowances and council tax.
Thursday, February 19
Home care model: Lincolnshire County Council has proposed to put 70 home care contracts out to competition, decreasing the number of providers and addressing “cost pressures”.
Wednesday, February 18
Jobcentre move: Lincoln Jobcentre Plus is relocating to City Hall later this year.
Car park refurb: The City of Lincoln Council has earmarked £700,000 of funding in order to refurbish Broadgate car park, and work would start in April subject to approval.
Tuesday, February 17
Labour leader visit: Labour leader Ed Miliband visited Lincoln to address voters’ concerns ahead of the general election in May on Tuesday, February 17.