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Stamford Arts Centre to benefit from £100,000 'improvement scheme'

Stamford Arts Centre to benefit from £100,000 'improvement scheme'

Stamford Arts Centre to benefit from £100,000 'improvement scheme'

Stamford Arts Centre is to benefit from a £100k ‘improvement scheme’, it has emerged.


County councillor says get rid of 'chaotic' councils for one single authority in Lincolnshire

County councillor says get rid of 'chaotic' councils for one single authority in Lincolnshire

County councillor says get rid of 'chaotic' councils for one single authority in Lincolnshire

£50 million a year could be saved by having a unitary authority, claims the economy portfolio holder.


Covid-19 is continuing to have a devastating impact on our communities and our finances

Covid-19 is continuing to have a devastating impact on our communities and our finances

Covid-19 is continuing to have a devastating impact on our communities and our finances

Next month marks a year since I had the honour of being elected leader of South Kesteven District Council, writes Kelham Cooke (Con).


District council may need to raid £2.8m cash reserves to balance books

District council may need to raid £2.8m cash reserves to balance books

District council may need to raid £2.8m cash reserves to balance books

The district council could have to dip into a £2.8 million cash reserve to balance its books this year due to the pandemic.


Final consultation on local plan starts

Final consultation on local plan starts

Final consultation on local plan starts

Rutland County Council has announced details of the final public consultation that will take place around the county’s draft local plan.


Views wanted on ‘guide' to shape future building developments

Views wanted on ‘guide' to shape future building developments

Views wanted on ‘guide' to shape future building developments

People are invited to comment on a document which could help shape a town’s future development.


MP offers to help pupils 'take up case' with first-choice universities

MP offers to help pupils 'take up case' with first-choice universities

MP offers to help pupils 'take up case' with first-choice universities

I want to begin by paying tribute to students across Rutland for their patience and resilience, writes Rutland MP Alicia Kearns.


Contracts awarded to help disabled and vulnerable people live independently

Contracts awarded to help disabled and vulnerable people live independently

Contracts awarded to help disabled and vulnerable people live independently

The district council has approved contracts to ensure its properties have lifts and other adaptations to help disabled residents live independently.


SKDC sets aside £50,000 for study into devolution of local government

SKDC sets aside £50,000 for study into devolution of local government

SKDC sets aside £50,000 for study into devolution of local government

SKDC's cabinet has agreed to put aside £50,000 for a study into the best way to reorganise local government in Lincolnshire.


'£230,000 office project is still needed despite new home-working culture'

'£230,000 office project is still needed despite new home-working culture'

'£230,000 office project is still needed despite new 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.


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