Tag Archive: West Lindsey District Council

Cinema project wins £8,000 funding

Supporters of a move to set up a community cinema in Caistor are celebrating today (Monday, April 23, 2018), with the news that the project has won the maximum possible award from West Lindsey District Council’s Large Community Grant scheme….
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Costs of CCTV are spelled out

Detailed information about the proposals to install a new CCTV system in Caistor were presented to town councillors on Thursday night (March 10, 2017). Grant White, who is Enterprising Communities Team Manager at West Lindsey District Council, was addressing Caistor Town Council’s…
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West Lindsey announces £53 million investment plan

West Lindsey District Council is to spend £53 million over the next five years on a capital investment programme. The announcement comes in the same week that the Government revealed a further £29.5 million for Greater Lincolnshire, in addition to £126 million…
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Brigg Road homes plan rejected

West Lindsey’s Planning Committee last night (Wednesday, September 21, 2016) rejected an outline application to build 69 homes off Brigg Road in Caistor. Councillors voted by seven votes, with one abstention, to reject the long-running proposal after hearing there were…
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Waterhills: Facebook comments sent to planners

Screen-grabs of comments written by Caistor residents on Facebook have been forwarded to planners amid concerns about how the Yes vote in the Neighbourhood Plan referendum might be perceived. The Caistor Citizen wrote to planners earlier this week regarding an outline application…
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Land near Waterhills “suitable for development”

(REWRITTEN) A Neighbourhood Planning Officer from West Lindsey District Council has spelled out what this month’s referendum means for Waterhills. Luke Brown was asked why the Neighbourhood Plan had been changed dramatically after an examiner’s report. About 50% of it has been scrapped….
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Run-down buildings cost Caistor the crown

Caistor’s empty, run-down buildings were responsible for the town losing the East Midlands In Bloom trophy, members confirmed yesterday. Although rumours had been circulating on Facebook and around the town, it was the first time members of the organisation have…
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