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City Talk Archive

City Talk is Lincoln BIG's monthly newsletter sent out each month by email and once a year in print to all rateable businesses.

See below to download previous annual City Talk newsletters.

For monthly email City Talk issues, see the archive page.

File Name Description
City Talk January 2019 Lincoln BIG has started 2019 with renewed confidence and a mission to give its levy payers even better value in the months ahead. (3MB)
City Talk 2018 ​Looking at Lincoln’s changing streetscene in the Cornhill Quarter and the Transport Hub, plus other activity in 2018 including Lincoln Fashion Week and the activity in the city around the centenary of the Royal Air Force. (2MB)
City Talk 2016 2016 looks to be an exciting year for the city, with the completion of one long-awaited scheme, the East-West Link Road, the start of another in the Cornhill Quarter and a third, the Transport Hub close to getting the green light. (2MB)
City Talk 2015 Encouraged by the outstanding result in the Lincoln BIG reballot – 84 per cent of the more than 50 per cent of levy payers who voted in the Lincoln BIG Ballot in October gave us the green light to continue our work – we are keen to start delivering on the promises in our 2015-2020 Business Plan. (2MB)
City Talk 2014 There have been plenty of announcements and signs that 2014 is going to be a key year in the ongoing development and promotion of Lincoln. The city is on the brink of radical changes which will have the power to make the city centre look and feel very different from the way in which it does today. We will play a central role – through the welcome we give visitors through the expansion of the Lincoln Ambassadors Scheme to the installation of signage, operation of The Steep Hill Shuttle and Lincoln Tour Bus and events. (724KB)
City Talk 2013 Last year may seem a tough act to follow, after the euphoria surrounding the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and London 2012 – both of which brought an extra dimension to events in Lincoln. But although the economy continues to give many businesses and organisations a bumpy ride, we have lots of initiatives and projects in the pipeline which are designed to attract more shoppers and visitors. (806KB)