Lincoln lake project set to make waves
Work is due to start soon on the second phase of the Boultham Park Restoration Project in Lincoln, thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Lincoln celebrates 550th birth anniversary of the Founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak
Lincoln is celebrating the 550th birth anniversary of the first Guru of the Sikhs and Founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak with the planting of a special tree at The Lawn on 24 November 2019.
Proposal to combat ASB in multi-storey car parks
The city council is calling for your views on anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Lincoln’s multi-storey car parks as part of a proposal to introduce a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO).
Rogue landlord fined £40,000 for dangerous and unlicensed HMO in Lincoln
A Lincoln landlord has been found guilty and fined £40,000 - the second largest fine for a rouge landlord ever obtained by City of Lincoln Council - for letting out a dangerous and unlicensed House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) in Lincoln.
County Heritage Services review: What will be the fate of our county’s rich heritage?
City of Lincoln Council has today highlighted its significant concern at Lincolnshire County Council’s Heritage Service review, and the impact it will have on the city’s Usher Art Gallery.
Lincoln to declare Climate Emergency
City of Lincoln Council is pleased to announce that it is hoping to tackle the problem of global warming head-on, and declare a Climate and Environment Emergency for the city this evening.
Lincoln landlord found guilty of pushing council officer down stairs during inspection
A Lincoln landlord has been found guilty and fined more than £1,600 for assaulting a council officer by pushing him down some stairs at a property he was inspecting and obstructing the inspection from being carried out.
More than £30,000 raised for good causes through local lottery
Lincoln Community Lottery players have raised more than £30,000 since August 2018 for 72 good causes in and around Lincoln.