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This week, a disued resturant unit becomes a pharmacy, a fish and chip shop has been shortlisted for a national award, and a Lincolnshire green energy company offers electric car charging points for 1p.
Linciolnshire businesses are feeling optimistic about their future prospects, profitability, turnover and market share, according to the latest economic survey.
This week, a Lincolnshire office development is the UK's greenest, a Lincoln construction company secures a multi-million project, and a real estate agent appoints three new rural directors.
This week, tourist maps support local Grantham economy, financial aid for rural county businesses, and more support for business growth in South Kesteven.
A new award ceremony celebrated the achievements and hard work of female entrepreneurs and business owners in Lincolnshire.
This week, big Lincolnshire expansion plans are improved, a Lincoln mum opens a boutique for children's clothes, and new jobs have been created in Louth due to a grant.
This week, Lincoln architects mark 60 years in the trade, a reopened factory creates 52 jobs, and over 80 community groups enjoy a slice of Co-op's Christmas windfall.
This week, Wyvern House in Lincoln opens for business, designs have been submitted for a new Agricultural College near the city, and the new Louth town manager looks for funding.