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Step forward for new business park and homes plan opposite Burghley

Step forward for new business park and homes plan opposite Burghley

Step forward for new business park and homes plan opposite Burghley

Plans for a new business park and housing development near Burghley House have moved a step closer to reality.


Gnome joking matter - council to investigate 'dangerous' puddle

Gnome joking matter - council to investigate 'dangerous' puddle

Gnome joking matter - council to investigate 'dangerous' puddle

The council has vowed to investigate the cause of a 'dangerous' puddle where one trader has taken to placing gnomes and rubber ducks.


Car parking charges to rise for the first time in 10 years

Car parking charges to rise for the first time in 10 years

Car parking charges to rise for the first time in 10 years

The increases in parking charges will allow for improvements to be made according to the council.


Debate over necessity of care home

Debate over necessity of care home

Debate over necessity of care home

An 80-bed care home costing £10m is needed to meet a shortfall in places, according to architects for the development..


Successful model railway club meeting means layout can be built

Successful model railway club meeting means layout can be built

Successful model railway club meeting means layout can be built

Stamford Model Rail will begin building their first layout on Sunday.


Plans for two-storey car park

Plans for two-storey car park

Plans for two-storey car park

The NHS Trust in charge of Stamford Hospital has announced new plans to build a two-storey car park.


Shop closing after 83 years of trading

Shop closing after 83 years of trading

Shop closing after 83 years of trading

A town clothing store will shut following the owner's decision to retire.


Police bosses welcome biggest cash increase in a decade

Police bosses welcome biggest cash increase in a decade

Police bosses welcome biggest cash increase in a decade

Home Office says increased funding will go towards things like recruitment of the first 6,000 of the 20,000 officers the Prime Minister has promised.


'Fire hazard' lanterns banned by council

'Fire hazard' lanterns banned by council

'Fire hazard' lanterns banned by council

A type of decoration that has grown in popularity has been branded 'an avoidable fire hazard'.


Business pledges to plant trees

Business pledges to plant trees

Business pledges to plant trees

An estate agents is pledging to plant a tree for every house they sell in 2020.


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