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County an 'easy target' for solar developers

County an 'easy target' for solar developers

County an 'easy target' for solar developers

Lincolnshire County Council believes plans for an 880-hectare solar farm show the county is seen as an 'easy target' for solar developments.


Plans for 2,174-acre solar farm revealed

Plans for 2,174-acre solar farm revealed

Plans for 2,174-acre solar farm revealed

Views are being sought after plans for a major new solar farm, set across Rutland and South Kesteven, were unveiled on Thursday.


Florence joins Prime Minister at first-ever Children's Parliament

Florence joins Prime Minister at first-ever Children's Parliament

Florence joins Prime Minister at first-ever Children's Parliament

A passionate young environmentalist will form part of the first-ever Children's Parliament this afternoon.


Trees to be planted for the Queen

Trees to be planted for the Queen

Trees to be planted for the Queen

A tree-planting ceremony is to take place as part of the Queen's Green Canopy initiative campaign designed to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.


Shop team set out community ambitions

Shop team set out community ambitions

Shop team set out community ambitions

An enterprise which started out as an eco-shop is quickly becoming a key part of the community.


Pub is at heart of heating trial for homes that don’t get gas

Pub is at heart of heating trial for homes that don’t get gas

Pub is at heart of heating trial for homes that don’t get gas

A potential alternative to expensive heat pumps for homes that don't get gas is being explored and a village pub is part of the trial.


What is COP26 and why does it matter?

What is COP26 and why does it matter?

What is COP26 and why does it matter?

The UK is about to host the world's biggest summit on climate change. But why is COP26 so important and what can it hope to achieve?


Aiming to make county greener

Aiming to make county greener

Aiming to make county greener

From the recycling of underwear to clearing the streets of litter, last week the Rutland community helped to make the county greener.


What do you love about your high street?

What do you love about your high street?

What do you love about your high street?

Whether it’s the memory of the place you bought your first ever album or a place you go to meet friends and family, Historic England wants to know.


Waste water rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Partially-treated waste water could be released into rivers and seas because of a chemical shortage caused by Brexit.


Jigsaw festival helps town to look more rosy

Jigsaw festival helps town to look more rosy

Jigsaw festival helps town to look more rosy

A jigsaw festival looks set to have raised more than £1,000 towards the upkeep of a town.


‘Villages vulnerable if MoD land is rejected’

‘Villages vulnerable if MoD land is rejected’

‘Villages vulnerable if MoD land is rejected’

In a little over a fortnight one of the most controversial development plans since the creation of Rutland Water will be discussed.


Supermarket offers free refills

Supermarket offers free refills

Supermarket offers free refills

Morrisons petrol stations are offering customers free water refills at its forecourts in a bid to cut plastic waste.


New way to access council information

New way to access council information

New way to access council information

Rutland County Council has launched a new way for people to access services online.


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