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Criffel Cottage, Main Road, Thimbleby LN9 5RE £225,000 TO LET – 21 Greetwell Gate, Lincoln, LN2 4AW £895 TO LET – Revesby Lane, Horncastle £825 Granary Lodge, Granary Row, Tattershall £415,000 Development Opportunity, Horncastle £480,000 High Street, Horncastle £149,000 Warehousing, Boston Road, Horncastle £ Plot 7, Stanleys Way, Low Toynton Road, Horncastle £ View more Cleaner Sir Robert Pattinson Academy North Hykeham Events & Marketing Coordinator The University of Lincoln Lincoln Senior Property Surveyor City of Lincoln Council Lincoln Business Administrator Apprentice Lincoln Minster School Lincoln Electrician City of Lincoln Council Lincoln Services Support Officer City of Lincoln Council Lincoln Pastoral Leader Sir Robert Pattinson Academy North Hykeham Lunchtime Supervisor Lincoln Minster School Lincoln View more 2 hours ago p “Whether turkeys vote for Christmas or not, we’ll see.“One of the first conversations I had with Ric Metcalfe [Leader of City of Lincoln Council] as a Conservative candidate was about how the only way he foresaw Lincoln reaching its true potential was becoming a unitarian [authority], spreading outside of the current city boundary.Read more 4 hours ago p Families argue the project has brought joy to many The City of Lincoln Council has rebuked creators of an art project in the West Common, claiming the area has been damaged as a result.Councillor Neil Murray, Ward Councillor for Carholme at City of Lincoln Council, and Chair of the Commons Advisory Panel said: “Having worked closely with the Carholme Community Forum, we agree that the damage and destruction of trees in West Common is not acceptable.

Despite promises of levelling up, almost all of Greater Lincolnshire’s councils face further cuts to their budget for 2022, most notably Lincolnshire County Council’s pothole fund, which was cut by 25%.“I asked the Prime Minister to put some pressure on the Treasury, to put some pressure on the Department of Transport, to give 25% back to Lincolnshire County Council for the pothole budget.

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