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Could you host a Changing Places toilet?

Toilet facilities that are open and inclusive to disabled people are an important step in making our communities more accessible, and now Government funding is being offered to create more of these facilities. Community groups, businesses and town and parish councils are being encouraged to bid through their Local Authority for funding to create more…

3 years ago | Business and investment

Memories of the Kasbah wanted

Every year in September, places across the country throw open their doors to celebrate their heritage, community, and history as part of the national Heritage Open Days scheme. It is an opportunity for people to see hidden places free of charge, and find out more about their local area. This year events will take place…

3 years ago | Town Deal
A photo of the Kasbah on Grimsby Docks

New tiered seating area at town centre’s Garth Lane now complete

One of the final stages of the Garth Lane project is now complete, with the new seating area, leading to the waterfront, now open to the public. Comprising of tiered steps and a safety barrier at the water’s edge, the [east-facing] seating area will provide a quiet space for contemplation and relaxation, or perhaps just…

3 years ago | Town Deal
A photo of Garth Lane footbridge and seating area

Grimsby Western Strategic Link Road takes a step forward

North East Lincolnshire’s Cabinet have approved the next stage of plans to unlock the next stage of the Grimsby West Strategic Link Road – a key project in the council’s ambition to improve sustainable transport options, and reduce congestion, journey times and vehicle emissions across the borough. Later this month, the Council will apply to…

3 years ago | General

Residents in North East Lincolnshire are being urged to shop safely and support local businesses with the safe reopening of the high street

As lockdown restrictions continue to ease and as we all work together to continue efforts to meet the next stage in the Government’s roadmap, the Council is continuing to encourage businesses and the public to stay vigilant, take care and keep safe. Outdoor gatherings must still be limited to 6 people or 2 households, and…

3 years ago | Business and investment
A covid marshall at a shop in North East Lincolnshire

COVID Test collection site to be set up on Grimsby docks

The move is expected to support the significance number of people who work on the docks and for those businesses in the surrounding area. Initially the site, which will be situated at the end of North Quay Road on the North Wall on Grimsby docks, will be established for workers to collect home testing kits…

3 years ago | Business and investment

Businesses now have longer to apply for free COVID tests

Businesses in North East Lincolnshire have been given more time to apply for free rapid lateral flow coronavirus home test kits for their employees. The application process, which originally planned to close at the end of March, has seen it’s deadline extended to 11:59pm on Monday 12 April. Local businesses are encouraged to take up…

3 years ago | Business and investment

Claim financial support if you test positive for COVID-19

Workers testing positive for coronavirus in North East Lincolnshire could be eligible for financial support, as well as other forms of support, to offset the loss of income due to having to self-isolate. Local residents can access financial support to help them to get through 10 days of self-isolation. The NHS Test and Trace Support…

3 years ago | Business and investment

Webinar for businesses to take place ahead of COVID restriction easing

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Public Health team are to host a webinar for businesses ahead of the lifting of national COVID-19 restrictions. From Monday 12 April additional premises will be able to reopen – with the rules on social contact applying. This includes non-essential retail; personal care premises such as hairdressers, beauty and nail salons;…

3 years ago | Business and investment

COVID-19: Advice for hospitality businesses

Pubs, restaurants and cafes that are planning to have outside seating for customers on the public highway are being reminded to apply for a Pavement Licence. As lockdown restrictions continue to ease and with plans for the hospitality sector to reopen from Monday 12 April with outdoor seating, subject to Government confirmation, North East Lincolnshire…

3 years ago | Business and investment