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March 2023

“Take-up has never been higher” How you could benefit from free childcare support

FAMILIES in North East Lincolnshire are benefitting from free childcare, statistics show. According to the latest figures from the Department for Education, North East Lincolnshire ranked second against it’s 11 statistical neighbours for the up-take of free childcare for 2-year olds during last Autumn. Under the Childcare Choices Scheme, anyone meeting the eligibility criteria can…

1 year ago | Children and families

Get ready for the Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k ready with THIS training plan!

Get your training programme kickstarted. The much-loved Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k will be returning to the streets of Grimsby on Sunday 4 June. The event will once again be starting at Grimsby Town Hall. Whether you’re an avid runner or have recently taken up the sport, race organiser Tape2Tape, working with headline sponsor Ørsted, are…

1 year ago | General
Runners at Grimsby 10k 2021

LHP moves to a new town centre home.

GRIMSBY’S premier office building, Cartergate House, is welcoming a new tenant as social housing provider Lincolnshire Housing Partnership (LHP), moves in. As his team are preparing to settle into the new home, LHP Chief Executive Murray Macdonald was greeted by North East Lincolnshire Council’s Portfolio Holder for Finance, Resources and Assets, Cllr Stephen Harness whose…

1 year ago | General

Local Transport Plan approved by Cabinet for the 2023/24 financial year

Following a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday 8 March, Cabinet members have approved almost £4m from the Department for Transport (DfT) to deliver improvement schemes in the following areas; highway maintenance, public transport, traffic, road safety and active travel. The funding will be used throughout the coming financial year which begins in April 2023 and finishes…

1 year ago | General

Public Notice of Planning Application – 9 March 2023

NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL Publicity of Planning & 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 on-line at http://www.nelincs.gov.uk/ The reason for publicising each application is indicated after the application number as follows:- (03)…

1 year ago | Planning and development

Combatting road safety with school plays

The Safer Roads Humber partnership have organised road safety plays across different schools in North East Lincolnshire, East Riding, North Lincolnshire and Hull. Humberston Academy, Havelock Academy and Cleethorpes Academy are the three schools in the borough which have benefitted from these road safety plays. The road safety play called #YOLO which is delivered by…

1 year ago | General
Children watching the road safety play

The potential for housing at Alexandra Dock takes a step forward.

Proposals for a new housing development in the centre of Grimsby will be taken forward following [today’s] Council Cabinet meeting. The Town Centre Masterplan identified the Alexandra Dock area as a major asset for Grimsby, with significant potential for it to be used in a more intensive way, including development of a major residential district,…

1 year ago | General

Temporary Prohibition of Traffic (22-182) (Overnight Road Closure) – Little London Level Crossing – Stallingborough Road, Stallingborough – 9 March 2023

THE NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1)(a) LITTLE LONDON LEVEL CROSSING – A1173 STALLINGBOROUGH ROAD, STALLINGBOROUGH (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC – TTRO 22-182) ORDER 2023 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North East Lincolnshire Borough Council have made, an Order, the effect of which will be that no…

1 year ago | Public Notice

North East Lincolnshire Council backs Keep Britain Tidy’s bid to show pride in community during mass clean up

Showing pride in our places: North East Lincolnshire Council supports residents pledging to pick one bag of litter for charity’s Great British Spring Clean campaign. North East Lincolnshire Council is today encouraging residents and businesses in the area to pledge to do their bit to clear up the litter that blights the borough during the…

1 year ago | Environment and community safety
Piles of litter picked at Ainslie Street park in Grimsby