Lincolnshire councils get almost £500,000 to help get housing built

Councils across Lincolnshire are getting around £500,000 from the government to help get more housing built.

They're being handed the cash to help train planners and process more applications for homes to be built.

Lincolnshire County Council and the City of Lincoln Council are both getting £100,000, while South Kesteven District Council has been awarded £185,000.

Its part of the government's Midlands Engine scheme - which will provide the cash over the next 2 years.

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