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Former Stamford ambulance station set for council conversion




A former ambulance station looks set to be converted to offices as South Kesteven District Council draws from a £10 million pot as it looks to convert a former ambulance station in Stamford into offices.

The authority’s cabinet will be asked to sign off on the move, along with plans to spend £83,192 on upgrading its IT systems.

The decisions have already been agreed by cabinet portfolio holders prior to the meeting, but will be examined at a meeting next Tuesday (November 12).




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