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Former leader of South Kesteven District Councillor and Stamford St Mary's Conservative councillor says Lincolnshire County Council is to again debate creating a 'single unitary authority'




The former leader of South Kesteven District Council says Lincolnshire County Council is to again debate creating a “single unitary authority”.

Coun Matthew Lee (Con-Stamford St Mary’s) told members of the full council last week: “County council colleagues, of which a number also sit on this council, are again talking about disbanding district councils to create a single unitary authority.

“This idea has so far been strongly rejected in 2017, but it looks like the debate may be coming around again.”


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