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This week, Lincolnshire infrastructure projects will receive more funding from developers, Stamford sees an upwards trend in shop openings, and £8 million hotel is planned in seaside town.
Projects in Lincolnshire which had to be put on hold due to lack of funding could br kickstarted Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership.
This week, a heritage project wins a prestigious regional construction award, an old Skegness pub is revived and two accounts join forces.
This week, Siemens completes its move to Teal Park, a North Hykeham pub in a hotel gets restored and a Portas Pilot grocers is open to ideas.
This week, H&M eyes up Lincoln, HMV on two Lincolnshire High Streets are saved, and a new tyre business opens its doors.
This week, a traditional new shop for the historic area of Lincoln, seaside hotel bookings are good despite weather and a new supermarket will create 230 jobs.
This week, more young people are getting valuble work experience, a new garden centre creates 40 jobs and a group of girls are in the finals of a prestigious enterprise competion.
This week, 15 new jobs created in Lincoln, good news for businesses in Lincolnshire waiting for better broadband, and a fruit farm relocates in order to expand.