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Trade unions should be mindful of everyone's interests

Trade unions should be mindful of everyone's interests

Trade unions should be mindful of everyone's interests

27 July 2022

In his weekly Hayes in the House column, MP Sir John Hayes discusses union action.

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Zero carbon home is given the green light

Zero carbon home is given the green light

Zero carbon home is given the green light

27 July 2022

A couple will be allowed to create a zero carbon self-build home - despite the fact that council officers said the scheme should be rejected.

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Ayscoughfee work given seal of approval after it was carried out

Ayscoughfee work given seal of approval after it was carried out

Ayscoughfee work given seal of approval after it was carried out

27 July 2022

A string of planning applications were approved for work that had already been carried out at Ayscoughfee Hall and Gardens.

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Shop wants retrospective permission for stickers and ATM

Shop wants retrospective permission for stickers and ATM

Shop wants retrospective permission for stickers and ATM

26 July 2022

An off licence has applied for retrospective planning permission for window stickers and an ATM.

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Classic cars with real pulling power

Classic cars with real pulling power

Classic cars with real pulling power

26 July 2022

A display of strength and classic cars helped to bring out thousands of people to a popular show over the weekend.


Criticism for councillor as house plan is approved

Criticism for councillor as house plan is approved

Criticism for councillor as house plan is approved

26 July 2022

A district councillor was criticised by his colleagues over ‘indefensible’ plans to change an office back into a home.

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Innovative grower praised for new road plan to ease traffic fears

Innovative grower praised for new road plan to ease traffic fears

Innovative grower praised for new road plan to ease traffic fears

26 July 2022

A grower’s plans to weatherproof their business were praised by councillors - who were impressed that they will build a road to avoid traffic issues.


Plan to turn garden centre into car sales and MOT site

Plan to turn garden centre into car sales and MOT site

Plan to turn garden centre into car sales and MOT site

26 July 2022

A car sales firm has submitted an application to take over a former garden centre site.

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Home passed despite fears of issues in narrow town lane

Home passed despite fears of issues in narrow town lane

Home passed despite fears of issues in narrow town lane

26 July 2022

Residents fear that allowing a new home to be built in a narrow town lane will cause issues for parking and privacy.

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Dog training centre rejected amid noise nuisance fears

Dog training centre rejected amid noise nuisance fears

Dog training centre rejected amid noise nuisance fears

26 July 2022

Plans for a dog training centre on an open field were rejected by councillors amid concerns of the likely noise nuisance for neighbours.


Council to buy 18 more affordable homes

Council to buy 18 more affordable homes

Council to buy 18 more affordable homes

25 July 2022

A batch of 18 more affordable homes will be snapped up by the district council.

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Pub could be turned into flats

Pub could be turned into flats

Pub could be turned into flats

25 July 2022

A village pub that has been closed for a decade will be turned into flats.

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Event has visitors partying like they did in 1952

Event has visitors partying like they did in 1952

Event has visitors partying like they did in 1952

25 July 2022

A town landmark was alive with music, fun and laughter when a special event was held.


Board set up to tackle our long-term health issues

Board set up to tackle our long-term health issues

Board set up to tackle our long-term health issues

25 July 2022

Senior district councillors backed the creation of a new body to help tackle the area’s long-standing health issues.

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'Intelligent' CCTV cameras to tackle sexual assaults and street harassment

'Intelligent' CCTV cameras to tackle sexual assaults and street harassment

'Intelligent' CCTV cameras to tackle sexual assaults and street harassment

25 July 2022

New 'intelligent' CCTV cameras are set to be installed in a bid to improve night time safety.

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Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

25 July 2022

More than £28 million is being given out to Lincolnshire families, as the first half of the Cost of Living payment lands in bank accounts.


Senior councillors to be quizzed on missed targets

Senior councillors to be quizzed on missed targets

Senior councillors to be quizzed on missed targets

25 July 2022

Senior district councillors will be asked to explain why their departments are not meeting their targets.

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Avalanche of issues lead to ‘very frustrating’ closure

Avalanche of issues lead to ‘very frustrating’ closure

Avalanche of issues lead to ‘very frustrating’ closure

25 July 2022

A business owner has been forced to wave goodbye to her prized project after an avalanche of problems with Brexit and the pandemic.


Call for policy to stop shop vinyl windows

Call for policy to stop shop vinyl windows

Call for policy to stop shop vinyl windows

24 July 2022

Civic campaigners are calling for Spalding to have a shop front policy in a bid to stop traders having ‘eyesore’ vinyl window stickers.

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Jubilee funding goes back into village

Jubilee funding goes back into village

Jubilee funding goes back into village

24 July 2022

Village groups have been given a share of funds left over from this year’s jubilee celebrations.

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