Executive to discuss rents for new hub for local produce in the city
City of Lincoln Council’s Executive will be given an update on Cornhill Market, the city’s new hub for local produce, later this month.
Lincolnshire District Council Leaders have Discussions on a possible devolution deal.
Lincolnshire district council leaders yesterday (Wednesday 5 July) met with the Government Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Devolution, Dehenna Davison MP, to discuss a possible devolution d
The Duke of Gloucester visits Lincoln’s Cornhill Quarter and Cornhill Market development.
The Duke of Gloucester was welcomed by The Right Worshipful, the Mayor of Lincoln and local representatives to the city to visit the Cornhill Quarter and Cornhill Market.
Events in Lincoln: Creating free year-round activities and programmes for the city
Following significant feedback from local businesses, residents and visitors to the city, a programme of new Lincoln events has been announced for 2023.
The Cornhill Market: A central hub of local produce opens applications for traders
City of Lincoln Council, alongside its letting agents Eddisons Incorporating Banks Long & Co, has officially opened applications for businesses wishing to trade in the newly renovated Cornhill Market.
Traffic control plans for Birchwood area updated as Western Growth Corridor works prepare to begin this summer
Plans to manage traffic during construction works to the new junction on Skellingthorpe Road/Birchwood Avenue in Lincoln, which will open up the Western Growth Corridor site, have been updated.
City of Lincoln Council delivers award-winning home energy funding.
The Home Energy Upgrade Scheme, which provides fully funded home energy upgrades to Lincoln residents, was named Large Scale Project of the Year at the Regional Energy Efficiency Awards.
Corporate volunteers help transform Lincoln’s new woodland area
Work is progressing well to create a new woodland habitat for Lincoln thanks to funding from the Government’s Levelling Up Parks Fund, support from the Woodland Trust and City of Lincoln Council.
Great Big Green Week is coming to Lincoln
Residents and organisations in Lincoln are taking part in a nationwide campaign next week to highlight climate action in Lincoln, ‘Lincoln 2030’ our ambitious target for Lincoln to be net zero carbon.
Caribbean-inspired bar and restaurant Turtle Bay to open on site of former Lincoln Central ‘butcher’s corridor’
City of Lincoln Council can confirm Turtle Bay will open its first Lincolnshire restaurant in the city as part of the revitalised Lincoln Central Market.