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March 2022

Heritage works starting at No 41, Alexandra Road, Cleethorpes

No 41, Alexandra Road, also known as Woodliffe Villa, Cleethorpes is the latest building to receive Townscape Heritage funding. Starting today, 7 March 2022, conservation and restoration work to the front façade will help return this Grade II listed building to its former glory. The building is one of the earliest properties along the road. Built…

9 months ago | General
Elevations, before and after, of 41 Alexandra Road

Did you see Gilbey Road fly-tippers?

North East Lincolnshire Council is appealing for witnesses after a load of rubbish was illegally dumped in Grimsby at the weekend. Someone fly-tipped cushions, furniture and many bin bags full of rubbish near the town’s Community Recycling Centre in Gilbey Road. Enforcement officers suspect the rubbish came from a property in Corporation Road, Grimsby, and…

9 months ago | Environment and community safety
Fly-tipping at Gilbey Road in Grimsby

North East Lincolnshire Council offers message of support for Ukraine

THE leader of North East Lincolnshire Council has today issued a statement in response to the ongoing situation in Ukraine. Cllr Philip Jackson confirmed how the authority was on stand-by to assist in any way it could, and action would be taken as further Government guidelines were issued. He said officers were already looking at…

9 months ago | General

Application for a new premises licence – Racks Sports Bar and Grill

LICENSING ACT 2003 APPLICATION FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application for a New Premises Licence under the above-mentioned legislation has been made by: UTM Enterprises Ltd to North East Lincolnshire Council in respect of premises (formerly*) known as: Racks Sports Bar & Grill which are situated at: 25 –…

9 months ago | Licensing

Allocation of secondary school places for September 2022

On 1st March 2022, parents and carers of children who are due to transfer to secondary school in September were notified which school their child has been allocated. Those parents and carers who applied online were notified by email. Parents and carers applying via the paper form have been notified by post. In total, 1,957…

9 months ago | Children and families

CLEAR IT! Deadline extended for new scheme to support community clean ups to transform alleyways and neglected patches of land

North East Lincolnshire Council is launching a new pilot project to help communities to safely clean an alleyway or open space in their neighbourhood. They are now inviting applications for Clear It, the new voluntary community clearance scheme. The scheme is aimed at people who live with alleyways or patches of neglected land that suffer…

9 months ago | Environment and community safety
A graphic with the words: Clear It! Voluntary community clean ups

National award win for creative project

THE many ‘voices’ of North East Lincolnshire’s young people are being heard as part of an award-winning creative project. A collection of some of the deepest and most meaningful feelings expressed by 11-25-year-olds has been compiled in ‘The Creative Connections Anthology’. With the work done during the two-year COVID pandemic, the young people were able…

9 months ago | General