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New office space at former ambulance station in Stamford still needed despite new post-Covid home-working culture




A £230,000 plan to convert a former ambulance station into office space is still needed despite the switch to a home-working culture during the pandemic.

That’s according to Coun Kelham Cooke (Con), leader of South Kesteven District Council, who has been spearheading the project for the building on Elm Street in Stamford.

The proposal was approved by the council’s cabinet at a meeting on Tuesday, August 18.



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