Coun Gary Porter has London terrace named after him to mark 4-year term as Local Government Association chairman
Spalding and South Holland have a place of their own in London by way of a lasting tribute to a political leader.
A balcony near the Houses of Parliament, part of the Palace of Westminster, has been named after the leader of South Holland District Council, Gary Porter.
The balcony, now known as Porter Terrace, is part of the offices of the Local Government Association (LGA) which Coun Porter, district councillor for Spalding St Mary's, will officially step down as chairman of early next month.
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