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Government launches £22.5m fund for neighbourhood plans

Government launches £22.5m fund for neighbourhood plans

Government launches £22.5m fund for neighbourhood plans

07 March 2015

Groups developing neighbourhood plans for their towns and villages could benefit from a new £22.5m Government pot.


Prisons minister visits Oakham Enterprise Park

Prisons minister visits Oakham Enterprise Park

Prisons minister visits Oakham Enterprise Park

04 March 2015

Prisons minister Andrew Selous visited Oakham Enterprise Park today (Wednesday).


VIDEO: Policing minister announces new review into funding for Lincolnshire Police

VIDEO: Policing minister announces new review into funding for Lincolnshire Police

VIDEO: Policing minister announces new review into funding for Lincolnshire Police

02 March 2015

The Government minister for policing and crime visited the county today to hear about the need for more funding.


Rutland County Council consults on property charges

Rutland County Council consults on property charges

Rutland County Council consults on property charges

01 March 2015

Community Infrastructure Levy used to pay for healthcare, sport and more|Rutland County Council hopes to form a policy this year|Section 106 agreements to be scaled back|


Cost of marriage in Rutland will go up after review

Cost of marriage in Rutland will go up after review

Cost of marriage in Rutland will go up after review

01 March 2015

Rutland County Council will increase the fees it charges for marriages after a review prompted by a member of the public.


Lincolnshire County Council votes to increase tax by 1.9 per cent

Lincolnshire County Council votes to increase tax by 1.9 per cent

Lincolnshire County Council votes to increase tax by 1.9 per cent

26 February 2015

County councillors have voted to increase tax by 1.9 per cent and use £22m of their reserves to make up a shortfall in this year’s budget.


New radio station launched at Kendrew Barracks in Cottesmore

New radio station launched at Kendrew Barracks in Cottesmore

New radio station launched at Kendrew Barracks in Cottesmore

21 February 2015

Kendrew Barracks now has its own community radio station called BFBS Cottesmore and North Luffenham.


Open event at Rutland County Counil to learn more about standing for election

Open event at Rutland County Counil to learn more about standing for election

Open event at Rutland County Counil to learn more about standing for election

15 February 2015

Rutland County Council is offering prospective parish and county councillor candidates the chance to learn more about the process of standing for election at a special open event on Tuesday, February 24.


Briefings for prospective district councillors

Briefings for prospective district councillors

Briefings for prospective district councillors

12 February 2015

Briefing sessions are being organised for anyone who is interested in standing as a district councillor in the May elections.


Parking restricted in Stamford for repairs

Parking restricted in Stamford for repairs

Parking restricted in Stamford for repairs

10 February 2015

Parking in Wharf Road car park in Stamford will be restricted on Monday, February 16, due to repairs to a stone wall.


Crumbling footpath ‘turning dogs yellow’

Crumbling footpath ‘turning dogs yellow’

Crumbling footpath ‘turning dogs yellow’

05 February 2015

A new eco-friendly footpath is crumbling in wet weather, leaving yellow on walkers’ clothes and turning dogs yellow.


Register to vote ahead of May elections

Register to vote ahead of May elections

Register to vote ahead of May elections

31 January 2015

In the run up to the elections on May 7, South Kesteven District Council is encouraging local residents to register their vote if they want to have their say in the district, parish and parliamentary polls.


Business park ‘will bring jobs’ to the Deepings

Business park ‘will bring jobs’ to the Deepings

Business park ‘will bring jobs’ to the Deepings

31 January 2015

A developer has outlined plans to build a business park and about 200 homes on land on the outskirts of Market Deeping.


Rutland County Councillor Marc Oxely to hold surgery in Uppingham

Rutland County Councillor Marc Oxely to hold surgery in Uppingham

Rutland County Councillor Marc Oxely to hold surgery in Uppingham

31 January 2015

A county councillor will hold a surgery this weekend.


Your chance to shape the future of Bourne

Your chance to shape the future of Bourne

Your chance to shape the future of Bourne

30 January 2015

The people of Bourne have been urged to help form a neighbourhood plan document to guide development in the town.


Have your say on South Kesteven local plan

Have your say on South Kesteven local plan

Have your say on South Kesteven local plan

29 January 2015

People have the chance to help guide development in their area over the next 20 years.


Forces careers fair at Greetham Valley Golf and Conference Centre

Forces careers fair at Greetham Valley Golf and Conference Centre

Forces careers fair at Greetham Valley Golf and Conference Centre

25 January 2015

A careers fair will be held for Armed Forces personnel to help their transition to civilian life.


Public in favour of new store in Bourne

Public in favour of new store in Bourne

Public in favour of new store in Bourne

24 January 2015

A developer says more than 90 per cent of people at a public exhibition were in favour of plans for a new discount supermarket.


Council wants views on rate rise

Council wants views on rate rise

Council wants views on rate rise

22 January 2015

A council has asked people whether they want a tax increase or not.


Phone problems after surge of calls for Stamford parking permits

Phone problems after surge of calls for Stamford parking permits

Phone problems after surge of calls for Stamford parking permits

19 January 2015

South Kesteven District Council has fixed a phone problem caused by a high number of people called to buy resident’s parking permits for Stamford.


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