East Lindsey, England Newswire (Page 7)

East Lindsey, England Newswire (Page 7)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for East Lindsey, England. (Page 7)

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  1. Town Council switches support on Julian BowerRead the original story

    Nov 5, 2016 | Horncastle News

    Louth Town Council has withdrawn its support for four new bungalows on a controversial site in the town, after being re-consulted following a complaint from a campaigner. As reported previously, the town council's planning committee - which is a consultee to the planning authority at East Lindsey District Council - voted to support the housing application on the Julian Bower site when they met on Tuesday, August 23. Their initial support for the proposal came in spite of campaigners' claims that the site could be of great historical and archeological a importance - possibly the site of the Anglo-Saxon 'Sidnacester' cathedral, which has been lost and sought for more than 1,000 years.

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  2. Coastal Community Challenge committee vows to continue vital backing for community projectsRead the original story

    Nov 4, 2016 | Louth Leader

    Officials from the Coastal Community Challenge project have vowed to continue their campaign to back community projects in the Mablethorpe area with vital funding. The CCC's local committee - a dedicated band of volunteers - is part of the national 'Big Local' scheme and is providing money to a number local coastal-based initiatives in Mablethorpe, Sutton on Sea and Trusthorpe.

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  3. Louth's Westgate Fields dig up plans set to be delayedRead the original story

    Nov 2, 2016 | Louth Leader

    Plans to dig up a favourite Louth beauty spot in order to carry out major improvements to the town's main water network has now been delayed until next Spring. Anglian Water confirmed to The Leader in September that work to dig up Westgate Fields was set to begin this month.

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  4. Dutch to be given 'pass' to explore coast from Mablethorpe to SkegnessRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2016 | Louth Leader

    Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea will feature on a new international travel tool that aims to attract more Dutch visitors to the area. The National Coastal Tourism Academy has been awarded funding from VisitEngland's Discover England Fund to trial a Coastal Pass for the east coast of England and East Lindsey District Council is a project partner.

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  5. Town and Parish Council services 'under threat' due to precept capRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2016 | Horncastle News

    Town and parish councils in East Lindsey could see their precepts capped next year - sparking fears they won't be able to afford the cost of providing extra services. Cash-strapped Lincolnshire County Council and East Lindsey District Council are looking to save millions of pounds after massive cuts in Government funding.

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  6. Plans in Little Cawthorpe get the go-ahead from District CouncilRead the original story

    Oct 30, 2016 | Louth Leader

    East Lindsey District Council's planning committee last week approved a storage building - along with a garage and an office - in Pinfold Lane, Little Cawthorpe. The buildings have already been erected and are in use, but the application came back to the committee for discussion over issues regarding size and scale.

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  7. Homes in Legbourne get planning approvalRead the original story

    Oct 30, 2016 | Louth Leader

    Full planning permission to site 13 homes on land off Househams Lane in Legbourne has now been approved, almost two years after the application was received. The plans were submitted by Laceby based developers Cyden Homes Ltd and were brought back to East Lindsey District Council's planning committee on Thursday to discuss in detail the main concern of drainage issues.

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  8. Coastal businesses benefit from district council grantsRead the original story

    Oct 28, 2016 | Louth Leader

    The council had launched the scheme to enhance the appearance of shop fronts in a bid to increase footfall on high streets and in turn, improve the economy of the area as a whole. Portfolio holder for market towns and rural economy, Coun Adam Grist, said: "The Shop Front Grant Scheme has helped to improve the appearance of shops across East Lindsey.

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  9. Cattle operation is given the green lightRead the original story

    Oct 27, 2016 | Horncastle News

    Plans to build a large livestock building on the former Manby Airfield, alongside a cattle rearing unit, have been passed - despite major concerns from residents, parish councils and animal welfare organisations. The agricultural building, which would be 60 metres long and 50 metres wide, will be based on the south-west of the former airfield after it was passed by East Lindsey District Council's Planning Committee on Thursday.

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  10. Mablethorpe store has its booze licence suspendedRead the original story

    Oct 26, 2016 | Louth Leader

    Todays Convenience Store in Mablethorpe's High Street has been banned from selling alcohol for three months following a hearing at East Lindsey District Council on Tuesday . The Alcohol Licensing Team from Lincolnshire Police submitted paperwork for a Licence Review Hearing after a visit to the store by officers discovered an illegal immigrant working there as well as being in sole control of the store.

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  11. Planners say 'yes' to 107 homes in LouthRead the original story

    Oct 26, 2016 | Louth Leader

    Final plans for 107 new homes to be built on land off Kenwick Road in Louth have been given the go-ahead, despite ongoing concerns over flooding and traffic. The plans were initially granted outline planning permission by East Lindsey District Council's planning committee back in January, At the time, the committee requested that the reserved matters should be brought before them for determination.

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  12. Green light expected for 265 new homesRead the original story

    Oct 25, 2016 | Horncastle News

    Controversial plans for 265 new homes in Horncastle seem certain to get the go ahead from East Lindsey Council tomorrow - despite a raft of objections and concerns from residents and concerns. ELDC planning officers are recommending approval of final permission for site at Langton Hill when the application goes before a planning committee at Manby.

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  13. Four tonnes of asbestos fly-tipped near MarshchapelRead the original story

    Oct 25, 2016 | Horncastle News

    Two fly tips of asbestos waste have been found in East Lindsey within days of one another - and residents are being asked to help identify the culprits. East Lindsey District Council recently received a report from a member of the public about a large fly tip on Sheep Marsh Lane, near Marshchapel.

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  14. The great south-east Lincolnshire switch-off about to get under wayRead the original story

    Oct 25, 2016 | Spalding Today

    South Holland, the Deepings and Bourne are all about to get a lot darker at night and not just because of British Summertime ending this weekend. A 6.4 million project which will see 3,000 street lights switched off completely, another 38,000 switched off overnight for six hours and 17,000 swapped for low-energy, dimmable lights has started in south-east Lincolnshire this month.

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  15. ELDC 'Yes' to new combined authorityRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2016 | Horncastle News

    At a meeting last week, East Lindsey became the fourth council in the proposed 'Greater Lincolnshire' area to agree to the formation of a Combined Authority. The new authority would have a directly elected mayor.

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  16. Boston's iconic Stump listed on Historic England 'at risk' registerRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2016 | Boston Standard

    The church recently received a 160,000 grant which will go towards plans to apply for a further 1.2million St Botolph's Church is a new entry in Historic England's annual register of historic places 'at risk', published today , joining 455 'assets' across the East Midlands this year. The team at St Botolphs are fundraising in a variety of ways to try to raise this money and so conserve one of Lincolnshire's iconic landmarks: they would also appreciate any help in achieving this ambitious target.

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    Oct 21, 2016 | This Is Grimsby

    A map of Greater Lincolnshire, the area covered by the new devolution deal, but is it now dead in the water? The Greater Lincolnshire deal looks in jeopardy after one of the ten councils involved voted against the proposed A 450 million settlement. Parliamentary Correspondent Patrick Daly looks at whether the devolution deal has a future.

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  18. Boston's iconic Stump listed on English Heritage 'at risk' registerRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2016 | Boston Standard

    The church recently received a 160,000 grant which will go towards plans to apply for a further 1.2million St Botolph's Church is a new entry in English Heritage's annual register of historic places 'at risk', published today , joining 455 'assets' across the East Midlands this year. The team at St Botolphs are fundraising in a variety of ways to try to raise this money and so conserve one of Lincolnshire's iconic landmarks: they would also appreciate any help in achieving this ambitious target.

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  19. Devolution plans in tatters as county councillors vote 'No'Read the original story

    Oct 20, 2016 | Rutland and Stamford Mercury

    At an extraordinary council meeting today, members voted 43 to 17 against, with five abstentions, on a plan which would see about 15 million a year given to a new tier of government for transport, housing, skills training and flood prevention. The devolution plan is due to be voted on by South Holland District Council, but a tweet from council leader Gary Porter said: "Lincolnshire County Council kill off the devolution bid".

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  20. Getaway fun at Horncastle church concertRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2016 | Horncastle News

    Horncastle's St Mary's Church had its roof lifted when the ever popular Banovallum Brass gave their annual concert to the Getaway Club, their friends and supporters. This was no staid concert with the audience sitting listening from the pews, for most of the show the aisles were filled with members, many in fancy dress, dancing and doing the conga.

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