Lincoln council to consider long-term agreement with Long Leys Residents Association for open space at ‘Hobblers Hole’
City of Lincoln Council’s Executive will consider proposals for the council to enter into a long-term management agreement with Long Leys Residents Association (LLRA).
City of Lincoln Council proposes decarbonisation plan for their services and operations
City of Lincoln Council’s Executive will consider a new Decarbonisation Strategy and Action Plan which aims to make the carbon emissions from the Council’s operations and services net zero by 2030.
Rookery Lane affordable housing scheme to go to Executive next week
City of Lincoln Council’s Executive will consider proposals for a 42-home affordable housing scheme off Rookery Lane next week.
Work progresses on Boultham Park Lake Restoration Project
Work is progressing as part of City of Lincoln Council’s Boultham Park Lake Restoration Project, with art panels and their associated interpretation lecterns installed shortly.
City council approves next year’s budget and five-year financial strategy
City of Lincoln Council’s meeting of its full Council has, this evening, agreed its proposed Medium Term Financial Strategy for 2021 – 2026 and budget for 2021 - 22.
Work progresses on Lincoln Cornhill Phase 2 Public Realm
As part of the City of Lincoln Council’s Vibrancy Programme, Phase 2 of the Lincoln Cornhill paving works have been progressing and currently remain on programme.
Traders invited to apply for Lincoln Christmas Market 2021 stalls
City of Lincoln Council has now opened stallholder applications for the 2021 Lincoln Christmas Market.
City of Lincoln Council toilet consultation update
Following the closure of our recent consultation on public toilets, we would like to thank all those who took the time and made the effort to respond.
Working together to deliver a successful Census 2021
The Office for National Statistics – which runs Census 2021 – is working with the City of Lincoln Council to deliver a successful census and help local services to fully meet future needs.
Initial works begin to conserve Lincoln’s St Mary’s Guildhall
City of Lincoln Council has appointed a consultant to undertake a condition survey of St Mary’s Guildhall with an aim to help bring the building back into a structurally stable condition.