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June 2022

Walk to School Challenge is underway!

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, EQUANS, have received funding to support a select number of primary schools to take part in WOW – the walk to school challenge from Living Streets. We have partnered with Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking to encourage children to be more active by walking,…

2 years ago | General
Pupils at Pilgrim Academy.

Carriageway resurfacing to take place on Louth Road, Scartho

On Monday 4 July, carriageway resurfacing and drainage works will be taking place on Louth Road, between Westkirke Avenue and the A16 Louth Road Roundabout. The work is due to be completed on Sunday 24 July. The drainage works, including replacement of a number of gullies and channels, will be carried out under 24-hour temporary…

2 years ago | General

Freshney Place plan unveiled

A PLAN for Freshney Place to be bought by North East Lincolnshire Council has been unveiled today, as the authority looks to secure the future of Grimsby’s main shopping centre and the 1,700 jobs that go with it. A report, to go before a special Cabinet meeting and then on to Full Council, outlines a…

2 years ago | General

Details of Levelling Up Fund bids released

THE views of more than 3,000 local people are helping support three new bids for Government funds to reshape Grimsby Town Centre and Cleethorpes – and more public opinion is now being sought. As part of Central Government’s Levelling Up agenda bids are being put together to apply for grants from the LUF (Levelling Up…

2 years ago | General

Ours: the story of Freeman Street

Ours is a town filled with history and culture. A place to be proud of. OURS is a series of eight banners celebrating some key points within that inheritance. Ours is a gutsy, gritty and for the most part, friendly town and we need to shout out our heritage. As well as the efforts of…

2 years ago | General

Doctor Bike takes to the schools!

Doctor Bike visited both Pilgrim Academy in Immingham and Reynolds Academy in Cleethorpes where they fixed and repaired more than 80 children’s’ bikes for free. This service is provided by non-profit organisation Cycle Hub Lincs and is funded by North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner EQUANS. Having Doctor Bike come to schools helps…

2 years ago | General
Schoolchildren and representatives of Dr Bike

Public Notice of Planning Applications – 9 June 2022

NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL Publicity of Planning and Related Applications The applications set out in the Schedule below are required to be given wider publicity and public comment is invited. Copies of the applications can be viewed online at The reason for publicising each application is indicated after the application number as follows:- (01)…

2 years ago | Planning and development