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Cabinet to consider funding options for possible Grant Street car park extension

3:30 pm, Tuesday, 9th November 2021 - 3 years ago


North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet will be considering the funding options available to build a single-storey extension to Grant Street car park in Cleethorpes at a meeting on Wednesday 1 December.

If a funding option is agreed, the car park will provide additional parking spaces for the resort and aim to reduce the pressure for parking in the peak season, both in existing resort car parks and side streets.

Highway and council officials have been working up proposals to build a single-storey extension at Grant Street car park following engagement with key stakeholders, businesses and ward councillors, all recognising parking concerns in the resort and aiming to mitigate them to improve the visitor economy.

The proposals will also be discussed at the Tourism and Visitor Economy Scrutiny Panel on 18 November.

Progressing the project will be subject to Cabinet approving a suitable funding option, the planning team approving the proposals and feedback received during engagement periods.

Subject to Cabinet approval, planning and design works will be finalised in preparation for the planning process and engagement with residents and businesses.

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