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The launch of the COVID-19 autumn booster has got off to a good start in Lincolnshire, with 27,498 booster vaccinations given (as of 21 September), however, the NHS is keen to encourage everyone eligible to keep coming forwards as soon as possible.
Low Carbon’s Gate Burton Energy Park project team is now in the process of reviewing all the views and comments it received during the second consultation exercise on its updated proposals to build a new solar energy park on land near Gate Burton, Lincolnshire.
Tourism experts at Visit Lincoln have started a 12 month research programme with thousands of visitors, residents, students and business owners across Greater Lincolnshire and England.
West Lindsey District Council is launching a consultation on proposals to change how some private rented homes are managed and licensed.
West Lindsey District Council has refreshed its Housing Strategy to make sure it is still addressing the needs of the district.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday that everyone aged 18 and over will have the opportunity to book a COVID booster by the end of December, the NHS in Lincolnshire is pulling out all the stops to enable eligible people in the county to take up this offer.
Landlords in West Lindsey have been advised to ask for support and assistance to help with vulnerable renters.
West Lindsey District Council have been awarded over £37,000 from Central Government to help provide support for vulnerable renters.
Chief Executive of West Lindsey District Council, Ian Knowles said: “I have received the resignation of Councillor Giles McNeill and as such the council will now carry a vacancy. A Notice of Vacancy will be available on the website from today (Wednesday, 27 October).”
People across the county are being urged to have their flu and COVID-19 booster vaccinations ahead of the first winter where COVID-19 and Flu circulate fully at the same time. Research shows those infected with both viruses are more than twice as likely to die as someone with COVID-19 alone.