Green bonds: Labour MP candidate Lucy Rigby argues that clean energy needs to be back on the political top-table and that ‘green bonds’ are a step in the right direction.
Thursday, March 12
Crisis support: Lincolnshire County Council has pledged over £900,000 in order to continue proving a short-term crisis service for another year.
Monday, March 9
Debate scrapped: An Age UK election hustings event due to take place on March 10 has been cancelled — but the main media debate is going ahead as planned.
Thursday, March 5
New housing: City of Lincoln Council has submitted proposals to demolish over 60 bungalows in the city to make way for council bungalows.
Business opportunity: North Kesteven District Council’s plans for a new £2 million Teal Park development would create 19 units to support local businesses and create hundreds of jobs.
Possible ground move: Lincoln City FC has held initial discussions with the city council over plans to relocate to a new site in the city.
Wednesday, March 4
Councillors reduction: The coalition administration at Lincolnshire County Council wants to reduce the number of councillors to save money.
Early retirement: City of Lincoln Councillors have paid tribute to Chief Executive Andrew Taylor, who has taken early retirement due to ill health.
Tuesday, March 3
Council tax rise: The City of Lincoln Council’s portion of the council tax will rise by £3.61 on average per year.
Parking charges increase: The City of Lincoln Council will increase its car parking charges by 10p per hour across the city.
Council tax freeze: West Lindsey District Council has announced it will again not increase its share of council tax for 2015/16.
Library improvements: Library users will benefit from an improved online service as the council introduces a more user-friendly catalogue.
Monday, March 2
Minister visit: Policing Minister Mike Penning visited Lincolnshire to discuss sending a Home Office task force to the county.
Friday, February 27
Will the ban work?: A historic decision to make Lincoln the first city in the UK to ban the consumption of legal highs has been deemed “impossible to enforce” by a recognised policing expert.
Council tax increase: North Kesteven District Council has agreed a council tax rise, while people in Lincoln are in line for an increase of 1.91%.