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Lincolnshire County Council
Lincolnshire County Council is considering plans from Moor Bio-Energy to build a biogas anaerobic digester plant on a 13-acre site at Great Gonerby.
Lincolnshire County Council is planning a £2.7m investment in a marine observatory at Chapel St Leonards and a visitor centre at Gibraltar Point by 2016.
Lincolnshire County Council is looking to develop a multi-million pound tourist attraction at the RAF Scampton home of the Red Arrows by 2018, with the creation of 100 jobs.
Lincolnshire County Council is planning to develop a multi-million pound aviation heritage centre and hotel at RAF Scampton by 2018.
Lincolnshire County Council has selected Waste Recycling Group as preferred bidder to build a £145m energy-from-waste plant at North Hykeham by 2013, with the creation of 33 jobs.
Lincolnshire County Council has approved plans from Alternative Use Group and Alchemy Farms to build a 12MW gasification plant fuelled by waste wood in Boston by 2012.
Lincolnshire County Council is to consider plans from Alternative Use Group for the development of a £46m power plant fuelled by waste wood and sewage sludge in Boston.
Lincolnshire County Council has approved plans for the development of a £110m energy from waste plant at North Hykeham, and potential developers include Shanks, Urbaser and Waste Recycling Group.
Lincolnshire County Council has approved plans for the expansion of the Network 46 distribution park near Lincoln, including 22 acres of new warehouse and industrial buildings and the creation of up to 2,000 jobs.
Lincolnshire County Council is planning to set up a new £1.5m recycling centre in Market Rasen by 2010.
Lincolnshire County Council is working with Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust over proposals to develop a £10m coastal country park on an eight kilometre stretch of coastline between Mablethorpe and Skegness.
Lincolnshire County Council is considering sites in North Hykeham and Wyberton for the development of two multi-million pound waste-burning plants over the next five years.
Lincolnshire County Council is considering plans from Star Energy for the development of a wind farm with 11 turbines near Lincoln.
Lincolnshire County Council has secured £1.5m of government funding for the expansion of local bus services.