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Planning enforcement

Planning Enforcement makes sure that planning development is carried out in accordance with approved planning permission, and that any unauthorised development is brought under control in order to protect public interest. Some types of planning control breaches are criminal offences such as carrying out unauthorised works to listed buildings, or the display of advertisements without consent….

Traffic Regulation Orders

What is a Traffic Regulation Order? Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) are legal documents to allow the police or local authorities to enforce restrictions. They are used to regulate, restrict or prohibit the use often the highway or any part of the highway by vehicular traffic or pedestrians. Examples of TROs include speed limits, weight restrictions, one way…

Council, Cabinet and Portfolio Holder meeting papers (June 2016 to May 2020)

Papers for Council, Cabinet and Portfolio Holder meetings between June 2016 and May 2020. For meetings after this date go to our Democracy North East Lincolnshire website. Meetings

Environmental permits public register

The online public register only lists documents created after 1st April 2013. North East Lincolnshire Council may hold further documents that can be viewed by appointment. Some documents in the register will not be accessible as they were produced by third party companies. If you need an accessible version of any of these documents then…

What happens if you do not pay

Contents Can’t afford to pay your bill What happens if you do not pay Enforcement agents (‘Bailiffs’) and their fees If you do not pay your Council Tax There are three main steps that happen if you do not pay your Council Tax. Reminder notice Summons letter Liability order and debt recovery Our powers to…

If you do not pay your business rates

Recovery steps There are three main steps that happen if you do not pay your business rates. Reminder notice Summons letter Liability order and debt recovery Other information Related content Enforcement agents (‘Bailiffs’) and their fees – Including our Debt Management Strategy Related documents Business Rates Summons Costs Calculation (XLS, 15KB)

Privacy notice

Contents North East Lincolnshire Council’s Overarching Privacy Notice Last updated: November 2021 North East Lincolnshire Council as a data controller is committed to being transparent in its processing of personal data to meet its legal obligations and provide our services. This privacy notice explains broadly how we collect, use and protect your personal data in…

School admission appeals

Your right to appeal You have the right to appeal for a place at any school where you have applied and been refused a place. What to consider before you appeal It can take time for appeals to be heard, which can lengthen the period of uncertainty for you and your child. It’s important to…

Accessibility Report

Table of Contents Report for North East Lincs Council Summary of the evaluation findings The new site went live on 23 September 2020 and as there were some delays that were beyond the Council’s control, the site was not 100% complete and there was a few remaining issues. After the launch date, both the…

Statutory notices and certificates

Most applications require a signed certificate stating that the relevant people have been informed that a planning application has been submitted. Types of certificate There are a number of different certificates: Certificate A – if you are the applicant and own all the land affected then use this certificate Certificate B – if you don’t own…