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Hull, United Kingdom · Hull
Greater Lincolnshire devolution: Public to have their say on deal
Eight-week public consultation on a devolution deal for Lincolnshire has begun. Plan would see an elected mayor controlling funding for housing, job creation and public transport. If approved, the area would get an extra £24m of government money annually for the next 30 years.See the Story
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Green light for Manby's mega biogas plant to power 52k homes
Plans for an anaerobic digestion plant at the former Manby Airfield near Louth have been given the go-ahead. The facility plans to use straw-based cattle manure, chicken litter, and straw from local farms. It is set to produce enough energy to heat about 54,000 homes.See the Story
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Lincolnshire, England · Lincolnshire
Two districts left for purple bin rollout across Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire County Council will not support solar farms on the highest-grade farmland in our region. The policy may consider grade 3B land, but only to facilitate access to poorer quality or brownfield land. Read the full story on MyLocal Lincolnshire, the new home of The Lincolnite.See the Story
RAF Scampton judicial review outcome explained
The High Court has issued its ruling on the Home Office's asylum centre plans for RAF Scampton, ultimately siding with the government. Mrs Justice Thornton issued her final verdict on Wednesday, December 6, after two lengthy days of proceedings in London's Royal Courts of Justice on October 31 and November 1, and more than a month of anticipation.See the Story
“Real-life nightmare before Christmas”: Lincoln market cancellation sparks national media outcry
81% of people admitted they hate the winter season. Dark mornings (49%), slipping on ice (44%), and having a cold face (41%), runny nose (38%), and paying the heating bills (34%) are considered the worst things about winter. See family, being cosy by the fire, and fun in the snow, contrasted with dark mornings and cold weather, are among the most loved and hated things.See the Story