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October 2021

Have your say on proposed protected cycle lane for key route

Following early engagement with cyclists, residents, businesses and colleges, a proposed protected cycle lane on Weelsby Road, between the junctions of Bargate and Peaks Parkway, has been developed by transport officials. A protected cycle lane will address concerns raised in earlier engagement by creating a dedicated and protected space for cyclists, while improving road safety…

1 year ago | General

More than £1,500 raised for St Andrew’s Hospice from Mayor’s skydive

The Mayor of North East Lincolnshire has handed over a cheque of £1,560 to St Andrew’s Hospice after he jumped 15,000 feet from a plane for the charity. Andy’s – one of Cllr David Hasthorpe’s chosen charities for his Mayoral year – has been helping young members of the local community with life-limiting conditions for…

1 year ago | General
St Andrew's cheque handover

Works near Sea Road, Cleethorpes

Works to extend the hoardings around the former Waves site on Sea Road will be taking place tomorrow (Wednesday 13 October) and are expected to take one day to complete. The extension of the hoardings follows public realm works around the area which has opened additional footpath space allowing for the creation of a larger…

1 year ago | General

Help us to prevent homelessness. Let us know if you’re struggling.

With World Homeless Day this Sunday, North East Lincolnshire Council has renewed calls for struggling residents to get in touch if they are facing becoming homeless in the near future. Sudden unemployment, increased financial commitments, family bereavement and poor mental health are all known causes of homelessness, but often by reaching out for support, you…

1 year ago | General

TRO 20-16-01 – Prohibition of Stopping on Verge or Footway – Bradley Road, Church Lane & Manor Farm Mews (Bradley) – 08 October 2021

The North East Lincolnshire Borough Council (Prohibition of Stopping on Verge or Footway) (Bradley Road, Church Lane and Manor Farm Mews) (No. 20-16-01) Order 2021 Notice is hereby given that on 06 October 2021 North East Lincolnshire Borough Council made theabove Traffic Regulation Order under powers contained in the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 theeffect…

1 year ago | Public Notice

TRO 20-16-02 – 24hr Rural Clearway – Bradley Road (Bradley) – 08 October 2021

The North East Lincolnshire Borough Council (Clearway) (Bradley Road) (No. 20-16-02) Order 2021 Notice is hereby given that on 06 October 2021 North East Lincolnshire Borough Council made theabove Traffic Regulation Order under powers contained in the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 theeffect of which will be as follows: Introduce a ’24-hour Clearway’ which prohibits…

1 year ago | Public Notice

TRO 21-01 – Prohibition of Vehicles, Except for access – Great Coates Road Lay-by, Healing and A1173 Riby Road Lay-by, Stallingborough – 08 October 2021

The North East Lincolnshire Borough Council (Prohibition of Vehicles, Except for access) (Great Coates Road Lay-by, Healing and A1173 Riby Road Lay-by, Stallingborough) (No. 21-01) Order 2021 Notice is hereby given that on 06 October 2021 North East Lincolnshire Borough Council made theabove Traffic Regulation Order under powers contained in the Road Traffic Regulation Act…

1 year ago | Public Notice

Bus Service Improvement Plan to be considered by Cabinet

Leading councillors will meet at a special Cabinet on Wednesday 20 October to review a £39m Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) that will be submitted to Government for public transport improvements to be delivered over a five-year period in the area. Highway officials have prepared the plan in response to the National Bus Strategy and…

1 year ago | General

Immingham’s “Jubilee Woodland” handed over to the community

Cabinet have agreed to hand over the land at Spring Street, Immingham – which was planted up as a Woodland as part of the Queen’s Jubilee in 2012 – to the Town Council for the next 125 years. Immingham Town Council approached North East Lincolnshire Council in March 2021 to ask if they could take…

1 year ago | General

Discover the hidden story behind the People’s Park cherry trees

North East Lincolnshire Council is planting a group of new trees in Grimsby’s People’s Park and Weelsby Woods later this month. The trees are being planted after nine cherry trees had to be removed in May due to damage caused by a fungus. It was upsetting for many park visitors when the trees were cut…

1 year ago | General
Pam Shreeve with the bowls made from the tree she planted in 1953