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Council to approve new townhouse build after safety delays

Council to approve new townhouse build after safety delays

Council to approve new townhouse build after safety delays

Resubmitted plans for a three-storey townhouse build, delayed due to safety concerns, are set to be approved.


Developer appeals against refusal of solar farm near castle

Developer appeals against refusal of solar farm near castle

Developer appeals against refusal of solar farm near castle

A rejected plan for a solar farm near Belvoir Castle could come to fruition after the developer behind it lodged an appeal against the refusal.


New gym is a step closer to opening

New gym is a step closer to opening

New gym is a step closer to opening

A new gym is a step closer to opening after its latest planning application has been given the green light.


Council to cut costs as ‘doing nothing is clearly not an option’

Council to cut costs as ‘doing nothing is clearly not an option’

Council to cut costs as ‘doing nothing is clearly not an option’

A council could repurpose its expensive buildings and sell off property in a bid to save money.


Police investigate after equipment is stolen from leisure centre site

Police investigate after equipment is stolen from leisure centre site

Police investigate after equipment is stolen from leisure centre site

Police are investigating after equipment worth more than £400 has been stolen from a leisure centre.

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£8 million waste depot project over budget before work begins

£8 million waste depot project over budget before work begins

£8 million waste depot project over budget before work begins

A council has awarded the contract for a new £8 million waste depot to a developer who bid £300,000 more than the allocated budget.

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MP confirms that he is standing again - but is braced for ‘tough election’

MP confirms that he is standing again - but is braced for ‘tough election’

MP confirms that he is standing again - but is braced for ‘tough election’

MP Sir John Hayes has confirmed that he will be standing in the next General Election – but accepts that a ‘tough election’ awaits his party.

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‘At some stage something has to be built on this site’

‘At some stage something has to be built on this site’

‘At some stage something has to be built on this site’

The people behind a bid to convert a ‘blot on the landscape’ into a care home have been told to go back to the drawing board.

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Campaigner who won award for labelling bankers ‘bunch of crooks’ wants public to fight Barclays branch closures

Campaigner who won award for labelling bankers ‘bunch of crooks’ wants public to fight Barclays branch closures

Campaigner who won award for labelling bankers ‘bunch of crooks’ wants public to fight Barclays branch closures

A campaigner who won an award for labelling bankers a ‘bunch of crooks’ is preparing to take on Barclays once again over plans to close branches.

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Education chiefs promise that there are ‘sufficient’ school places to cope with 200 homes

Education chiefs promise that there are ‘sufficient’ school places to cope with 200 homes

Education chiefs promise that there are ‘sufficient’ school places to cope with 200 homes

Education chiefs insist there are ‘sufficient school places’ to cope with 200 new homes in two areas - despite concerns raised by residents.


Flag down the bus when new route starts

Flag down the bus when new route starts

Flag down the bus when new route starts

A bus route is changing to link new streets with town facilities.


Highways say sink hole road is ‘safe’ as further investigations launched into dip

Highways say sink hole road is ‘safe’ as further investigations launched into dip

Highways say sink hole road is ‘safe’ as further investigations launched into dip

Highways commission further surveys after a significant dip has returned in a busy road.


Council told to go back to drawing board on reasons for refusing controversial gypsy and traveller site

Council told to go back to drawing board on reasons for refusing controversial gypsy and traveller site

Council told to go back to drawing board on reasons for refusing controversial gypsy and traveller site

Councillors who refused an application for a travellers' site will be told air quality and local service proximity cannot be reasons for refusal.


Video shows how coastline could be altered if Wash tidal barrage plans go ahead

Video shows how coastline could be altered if Wash tidal barrage plans go ahead

Video shows how coastline could be altered if Wash tidal barrage plans go ahead

A controversial project that would radically change one of the most important wetland habitats in the country has been explored in a new video.

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