Don’t get bitten: In a campaign against poverty in Lincoln, residents are being urged not to turn to loan sharks.
Tuesday, November 4
Opinions wanted: Residents are still able to have their say on major growth plans for the city and surround areas.
Friday, October 31
Have your say: Up to 600 residents will have the chance to shape the City of Lincoln Council’s services this week by completing a Citizen’s Panel questionnaire.
Thursday, October 30
Helpful schemes: Nearly 100 home owners in Lincoln bought their house through using the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.
East West Link Road development: The City of Lincoln Council approved a proposal for two blocks of student accommodation on Tentercroft Street.
Monday, October 27
Support reminder: Lincoln people claiming housing benefit, who are struggling to pay their rent, can apply for additional support from the City of Lincoln Council.
Repairs boost: Lincoln Cathedral is among those across England to benefit from a share of almost £8 million government funding for urgent repairs.
Promises for Red Arrows: The Shadow Secretary of State for Defence, Vernon Coaker MP, committed to retaining the Red Arrows under a Labour government when he visited Lincoln.
Wednesday, October 22
Local Plan: The draft plan to accommodate growth in central Lincolnshire up to 2036 has been backed by the City of Lincoln Council.
Tuesday, October 21
Reaper drones and Rivet Joint spy plane: Drones controlled from RAF Waddington will fly surveillance missions over Syria in the battle against Islamic State militants.