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South Kesteven District Council relaunches consultation on plans to close customer services offices in Stamford and Market Deeping as a result of coronavirus lockdown




The coronavirus lockdown has prompted South Kesteven District Council to offer residents another chance to comment on its plans to close its offices in Stamford and Market Deeping.

South Kesteven District Council says its plans to "modernise customer services" are being looked at again because the impact of lockdown has "dramatically changed" how people are accessing the services.

Earlier in the year, the council announced plans to close the offices in Maiden Lane, Stamford, and its desk at the Market Deeping Community Centre, and replace them with self-service payment kiosks, in a move that would save £113,000 each year.


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