Current North Lincolnshire News
Tesco 'poised to sell store in North Lincolnshire' - Scunthorpe Telegraph
Tesco is about to sell a store in North Lincolnshire, with a decision being made at board level, local MP Andrew Percy is suggesting. Tesco acquired the former Lidl store near the Old River Ancholme in Brigg with a view to expanding its own presence in ...
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 07:08:16 GMT
Call for delay on North Lincolnshire flood plain homes - BBC News
Politicians in North Lincolnshire have called for a plan to build 3,500 homes on a flood plain near Scunthorpe to be put on hold. The £612m Lincolnshire Lakes scheme would see two newly-created villages developed on land to the west of the town.Taxi drivers in North East Lincolnshire may turn away passengers due to ...
Mon, 10 Mar 2014 18:05:41 GMT
Affordable loans offered by North Lincolnshire Homes - Scunthorpe Telegraph
THE region's biggest social landlords North Lincolnshire Homes have drafted in a not-for-profit social enterprise called My Home Finance (MHF) to help hard-up tenants. MHF, which was set up four years ago by the National Housing Federation, is now ...
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 06:56:45 GMT
£16500 court bill & Asbo for man who threatened North Lincolnshire councillors ... - Scunthorpe Telegraph
A MAN who threatened North Lincolnshire Council employees and councillors has been ordered to pay the authority more than £16,500. John Carney, of Lindsey Drive, Crowle, was served with a five-year antisocial behaviour order (Asbo) at North ...
Mon, 10 Mar 2014 07:04:45 GMT
Could you live on £71 in North Lincolnshire and pay bedroom tax? - Scunthorpe Telegraph
IN REPLY to your article on rent arrears, I have to say what did North Lincolnshire Homes (NLH) and the government expect with bedroom tax, cuts in benefits and so on? How do they expect anyone to live on £71 a week, pay bedroom tax, council tax bills ...
Mon, 10 Mar 2014 15:08:16 GMT
Spoil your mum this Mother's Day with meal at North Lincolnshire restaurant or ... - Scunthorpe Telegraph
You could celebrate with a cake, making a homemade card, or presenting your special lady with a personal gift or a beautiful bunch of flowers – it's tradition. Years ago Mother's Day was considered a Godsend, as many poor people had to start work at an ...
Mon, 10 Mar 2014 08:35:58 GMT
Flood victims: £5k compensation 'not enough' - Scunthorpe Telegraph
GRANTS of up to £5,000 are being made available to flood-affected residents – but some say this is not enough. North Lincolnshire Council received confirmation from the Government about the grants. They will be made available from April and can only be ...
Fri, 07 Mar 2014 06:59:33 GMT