Know your bin day: Bin collection services for residents living in Abbey ward and uphill Lincoln will change this week due to a growth in housing.
Wednesday, February 26
Council rents rise: Lincoln councillors agreed on a 4.24% council house rent increase from April, the equivalent of £2.80 per week.
Helping the poorest: The City of Lincoln Council and its partners are planning a strategy aimed at tackling poverty in Lincoln.
Local trade: New project aims to help small and medium businesses in Lincoln, Boston and East Lindsey to buy and supply more locally.
Bishop of Lincoln’s place: Nettleham will welcome HRH the Duke of Kent to officially open a new heritage amenity.
23% allowances rise: “In the context of the cuts which those same councillors voted to inflict on residents, this is nothing short of obscene,” writes Lucy Rigby.
Sudden death: A Lincoln man has died following a fall from a multi-storey car park in the city.
Tuesday, February 25
Lincoln road works: A part of the road between the Doddington Road traffic lights and Station Road junction will be closed for four weekends.
Parking prices freeze: The price of parking in Lincoln is set to be capped for the next financial year under proposals going before city councillors.
Bomber county: The Royal Air Force Museum has signed a ‘memorandum of understanding’ so that it can share materials for the proposed RAF Scampton aviation heritage centre.
Witham Hill Gymnastics Club: A popular Lincoln gymnastics club will relocate to bigger premises after a break point in their current lease.