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Don’t buy at the door

Be Doorstep Diligent, Be Doorstep Wise – that’s the message to North East Lincolnshire residents this Door Step Crime Week. North East Lincolnshire Council’s Trading Standards, in partnership with colleagues across the Yorkshire and Humber region, are hosting a doorstep…

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National Adoption Week (14-20 October) is the ideal time to find out if you can adopt

There are currently 69 children across North Yorkshire and the Humber who are waiting for permanent, loving homes due to a shortage of people coming forward to adopt. Unfortunately, many potential adopters rule themselves out, due to myths and outdated…

13 hours ago
Door Step Crime Week 2019

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Trading Standards team, in partnership with colleagues across the Yorkshire and Humber region, are hosting a doorstep crime awareness week from 14-18 October. We’ll have door stickers to deter cold callers at both the Municipal Offices…

3 days ago
Be Safe, Be Seen

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, have teamed up with Cycle Hub Lincs to host a series of events to promote safe cycling and to keep cyclists visible while on the roads. At each event, the team…

4 days ago
You could be a private foster carer without even realising. Find out now.

You would know if you were a foster carer, but what about a private foster carer? Unlike regular foster carers, private foster carers are people who look after the son or daughter of a friend or family member. If a…

5 days ago
Moody Lane improvements update

The third phase of works on Moody Lane will begin on Monday 14 October. During the final stages of work, the majority of the carriageway on Moody Lane will be resurfaced between the junctions of Woad Lane and Gilbey Road.…

5 days ago
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Public Notice of Planning Applications – 10 October 2019

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/…

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Cleethorpes scheme highways changes

As part of the ongoing works to the junction of Sea Road & Alexandra Road, work will start Wednesday October 9 to replace existing areas of footway outside The Dolphin site. These works will  will take approximately four weeks to…

6 days ago
Programme of road surface treatment starting next week

A number of roads will be resurfaced in North East Lincolnshire this month as the final part of the annual surface treatment programme is rolled out. Works will start on Monday 14 October and it is expected that all the…

6 days ago
It’s good to talk

Residents in North East Lincolnshire will have the opportunity to discuss issues affecting the borough with leading councillors when the Council’s Cabinet holds the first of a programme of “listening’’ events later this month. Members of the public are being…

1 week ago
Do you want to be one of the first businesses to join the Buy With Confidence scheme in North East Lincolnshire?

North East Lincolnshire Council is calling on local businesses to join a trusted trader scheme. The council’s Trading Standards team has joined Buy With Confidence to help protect residents by reducing the risk of rogue traders and to give local…

1 week ago
Council consults on how it meets social housing needs

North East Lincolnshire Council has opened a public consultation on some proposed changes to the way it assesses a person’s social housing needs. Home Choice Lincs is the partnership of North East Lincolnshire Council, North Lincolnshire Council, Ongo Homes, Lincolnshire…

1 week ago
Road safety improvements to Brereton Avenue

A series of road safety improvements will be carried out this month on Brereton Avenue in Cleethorpes, with some measures being installed early at the request of residents. Whilst the bulk of the works will be starting on Monday 28…

1 week ago
Benefits of new House in Multiple Occupation licensing laws praised by local landlord

Following changes in the law last October, local landlord and HMO license holder, Andrew Walker, recently met with ENGIE Housing Officers at a property inspection in Grimsby. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BQ2F8go2kQ&feature=youtu.be During the inspection Andrew from Letsand Property Management highlighted the benefits for…

2 weeks ago
Trading Standards uncover more than 8,000 illicit cigarettes

A routine inspection carried out by North East Lincolnshire Council’s Trading Standards team has uncovered more than 8,000 illicit cigarettes at a Grimsby shop. Three large bags of illicit tobacco were seized from the convenience store in the East Marsh…

2 weeks ago
Former school building to be brought back into use

A former school building is set to be given a new lease of life, Council plans have revealed. The plans, which have been approved by North East Lincolnshire Council’s cabinet, will see the century-old site of the old Bursar School…

2 weeks ago
Host Family for St James’ School

Earn £25 per pupil per night. St James School are seeking Host Families to care for their boarding students during weekend breaks and half term holidays. Please get in touch if you have any spare rooms in your house and…

2 weeks ago
An old bath tub full of folded up pieces of cardboard left on the pavement with an orange recycling box.
Recycling box reminder

North East Lincolnshire Council is reminding people this Recycling Week what goes in their recycling boxes after recent finds include plant pots, tins of paint and even a bath tub. Orange recycling boxes are for drinks cans, food tins, household…

2 weeks ago
Humber High Streets Challenge Fund launched today

TODAY (27 Sept 19) will see the official launch of the £1.95m Humber High Street Challenge Fund grant scheme. Grants will be available under the scheme to encourage private sector landlords and property owners to undertake building and conversion projects…

3 weeks ago
Don’t waste your waste – GetComposting this autumn

The summer sun is performing its last dance of the year and our gardens will soon become wastelands of winter, but before the snow starts to fall, it’s time to take autumn by the bronzed leaves and get out there,…

3 weeks ago
Traffic signal upgrades at Grimsby junction

Traffic signals are set to be upgraded at the Boulevard Avenue and Corporation Road junction. The existing traffic signals will be replaced with upgraded traffic signals that will improve the efficiency of traffic moving through the junction. The layout of…

3 weeks ago
Struggling to sell your empty property? Give the Council a call!

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, is urging property owners to get in touch for help shifting an empty home. The message comes as the partnership highlights some of the work it has been doing with Lincolnshire…

3 weeks ago
Community safety street walks come to West Marsh

Officers from North East Lincolnshire Council and partner agencies visited residents living in the West Marsh earlier this week as part of a multi-agency ward walk. This is only the second of the Council-led community safety ward walks to have…

3 weeks ago
Council works with housing provider to bring more empty homes back into use

There are over one thousand privately-owned properties in North East Lincolnshire that have stood empty for more than six months according to North East Lincolnshire Council. The updated figures have been released to mark National Empty Homes Week, to highlight…

3 weeks ago
Pick up tips on reducing your waste and recycling more this Recycle Week

This is the year the people of North East Lincolnshire are taking recycling into their own hands. In the biggest and best Recycle Week ever, Recycle Now is tasking residents to take recycling into their own hands and take action…

3 weeks ago
Empty Homes Week: Drop-in and report an empty home or come along and find out about properties for sale

With Empty Homes Week on the horizon, we’re hosting a series of drop-in sessions for people to report empty homes, talk about the impact that they have on local communities, and for investors to find out more about properties available…

3 weeks ago
Go off-road for Children in Need this autumn

North East Lincolnshire Council is holding a sponsored ramble for Children in Need. Join thousands of people across the country going off the beaten path this autumn as part of the Countryfile Ramble. The charity walk will take in the…

3 weeks ago
Drainage repairs to be completed on a section of the A18

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are carrying out a repair to a section of the highways drain on the A18 from Monday 23 September. The works will take place between the junction leading to North Thoresby…

4 weeks ago
Your chance to have a say on the Council’s homelessness strategy

With over 4,500 people found to be sleeping rough across the UK according to Government figures released in October last year, it’s easy to see why Council’s need a homelessness strategy. And now, you can have your say on it.…

4 weeks ago
Pick up tips on reducing your waste and recycling more this Recycle Week

With just one week to go until Recycle Week 2019, North East Lincolnshire Council will take to the road to share hints and tips on how to recycle more and waste less. From 23 to 29 September, meet the team…

4 weeks ago
Road testing on A180 flyovers to start

North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be carrying out road testing on the Gilbey Road, Alexandra Road and Cleethorpe Road flyovers on the A180. The testing is required to determine what condition the waterproofing and surface deck is…

4 weeks ago
A day of information and reflection on Modern Slavery

An event to raise awareness of modern slavery will be held in Cleethorpes. Churches Together in NE Lincolnshire will host the free event at Holy Trinity Parish Hall. Bishop Alastair Redfern will be speaker and will share his knowledge on…

1 month ago
Council issues first Civil Penalty Notice to would-be landlord

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, has issued the first Civil Penalty Notice (CPN) in North East Lincolnshire to a self-proclaimed landlord in Immingham. CPNs are an alternative tool to prosecution that councils can use to tackle…

1 month ago
Switch and save with free home energy scheme

You could make big savings on your energy bills as part of a free home energy scheme. North East Lincolnshire Council has teamed up with the Big Community Switch to save you money and get the possible price for your…

1 month ago
Cabinet approves Toll Bar road safety improvement proposals

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet today approved revised plans to improve road safety close to a popular school in the area. As a result, work on a signalised toucan crossing will be carried out at the northern junction arm of…

1 month ago
‘Highly commended’ Humber Better Business for All

The Humber’s Better Business for All (BBfA) Partnership group has been presented the ‘highly commended’ award in the BBfA category at the Regulatory Excellence Awards at a showcase in London. The Regulatory Excellence Awards are hosted by the Department for…

1 month ago
Rubbish piled up in the back garden of the Stanley Street home.
Woman fined for using backyard as a dump

More than 30 bin bags, cardboard boxes, plastic tubs and children’s toys – just some of the rubbish North East Lincolnshire Council enforcement officers found dumped in a Grimsby back garden. Laura Robbins, of Stanley Street, Grimsby, was punished with…

1 month ago
Ernest Worrall: A town at war

As part of the annual celebration of heritage, a series of paintings by Ernest Worrall will be on display in Cleethorpes for the first time in many years. In 1943 Grimsby Borough Council commissioned Ernest Worrall to create a series…

1 month ago
Cleethorpes public realm improvements continue

SEPTEMBER sees the start of vital road safety improvements being made to one of the Cleethorpes’ main thoroughfares. As part of the third phase of the Cleethorpes public realm improvement project, the junction of Sea Road / Alexandra Road is…

1 month ago
Stallingborough site gearing up for business

THE next phase of work to unlock acres of prime development land, part of a multi-million-pound project to create thousands of jobs in North East Lincolnshire while protecting unique wildlife habitat areas, has been approved. This latest work, at the…

1 month ago
Proposals for St James Square submitted to planning

St James Square and Grimsby Minster are key features in the town centre and part of the town’s rich heritage. Together with the surrounding buildings, they create a tranquil and enclosed green space which is ideal for hosting open air…

1 month ago
Road safety works to provide area for speed enforcement in Cleethorpes

Works will soon begin on Taylor’s Avenue in Cleethorpes to provide an area for Safer Roads Humber to carry out speed enforcement. The works will provide an area for road safety camera enforcement vans to operate from, as well as…

1 month ago
On your bike! Cycle September kicks off in North East Lincs

North East Lincolnshire is embracing pedal power this month as part of Cycle September. Bikes will take over Grimsby’s Riverhead as part of a day of cycling fun on Tuesday 10 September from 11am to 2pm. Spin and win, use…

1 month ago
35,000 illicit cigarettes uncovered by Trading Standards

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Trading Standards team have uncovered 35,000 illicit cigarettes from a Grimsby shop and vehicle. Following a report from a member of the public, an inspection was carried out on 23 August by Trading Standards officers. Six…

1 month ago
Council buildings to receive a fresh lick of paint

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre and 3a Town Hall Square will soon be receiving a full external repaint. This will mean some barriers will be placed on the pavements and the heritage centre will require some scaffolding. The first of the works to start is the Grimsby Fishing Heritage…

1 month ago
Skip It is coming to the West Marsh

North East Lincolnshire Council has teamed up with Littlecoates Primary Academy for the latest summer Skip It event. People in Grimsby’s West Marsh will have the chance to get rid of junk and household waste at the pop-up recycling centre.…

1 month ago
Beachgoers told to stay away from protected birds

Recreational water users are being warned not to disturb roosting and feeding birds while taking part in summer activities. Feeding and roosting birds have been plagued by paddleboards, kayaks and jet-skis floating up the channel between the salt marsh and…

1 month ago
Cabinet to consider Toll Bar road safety improvement proposals

Revised plans to improve road safety close to a popular school will be discussed by North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet next month. If approved, a signalised toucan crossing will be constructed at the northern junction arm of the A16 Louth…

2 months ago
Stagecoach bus service 450 and 5M set for route improvements

North East Lincolnshire Council, working in partnership with ENGIE, North Lincolnshire Council and Stagecoach East Midlands is amending the bus service 450 and 5M route in North East Lincolnshire. The 450 service currently runs from Barton to Immingham via Manby…

2 months ago
People with hidden disabilities can access Blue Badges for the first time from today

Extension to Blue Badge scheme comes into force in England today for people who have non-visible disabilities, making travel easier New online eligibility check launched to make it simpler for people applying for the badges. Today marks the biggest change…

2 months ago
Lane closure for routine maintenance works on the A18

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be carrying out routine maintenance works to the A18 on Monday 2 September for one day. The routine works will be carried out under temporary lane closures between 9.30am and…

2 months ago
Public footpath closure in North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be temporarily closing Footpath 94 in Beelsby for improvement works from Monday 2 September. The boardwalk on the route is due to be replaced with a new composite plastic boardwalk…

2 months ago
Grimsby: Turning the Tide

Credit: Orsted Offshore wind is transforming coastal communities in the UK bringing new opportunities for many. Hear from the people of Grimsby how offshore wind has transformed their town. To find out more about the people featured in the film…

2 months ago
Night-time road closure for Frederick Ward Way, Grimsby

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be carrying out works on Frederick Ward Way during the evening of Thursday 29 August. To allow the works to be completed safely, two sections of Frederick Ward Way will…

2 months ago
Grimsby’s Town Hall Square improvements completed

A programme to improve the appearance of Grimsby’s Town Hall Square has been completed. The £500,000 regeneration project, is part of a wider programme of improvements to the town centre that has received £3.68m funding from the Local Growth Fund…

2 months ago
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Test Sirens in Grimsby

Environment Agency tests flood sirens in Grimsby and Cleethorpes The Environment Agency is conducting its annual test of the flood sirens in Grimsby and Cleethorpes on Friday 23 August. Installed in 2007, the 18 sirens help warn over 25,000 households…

2 months ago
Summer Bank Holiday – Local Public Transport for North East Lincolnshire

Stagecoach Grimsby Cleethorpes Saturday 24 August – No planned alterations Sunday 25 August – No planned alterations Monday 26 August (Bank Holiday Monday) – A Sunday service will run Stagecoach will return to normal on Tuesday 27 August 2019 Phone n Ride Saturday 24 August – Normal Saturday service…

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North Prom – what next?

In conjunction with wider works in the resort, the area has been awarded a grant from the Coastal Communities Fund specifically to improve the arts and culture offer, with a twist. It will deliver a sculpture larger in height than the…

2 months ago
Keeping the River Freshney clean

Rubbish fished from the River Freshney in the last month will be piled up in Grimsby town centre in a drive to cut littering. Organisations with connections to the river are backing the campaign to remind people to respect the…

2 months ago
Cleethorpes launches initiative to tackle beach littering this summer

Campaign tells visitors to ‘Bin it or Take It Home’ after tests show it reduces littering by 26 per cent New signs and stickers will be appearing on Cleethorpes beach in a drive to cut the amount of rubbish left…

2 months ago
Over 600 people attend wellbeing festival in Grimsby

A wellbeing festival in Grimsby has proven to be a raving success with over 600 people joining Young Minds Matter on the day.   Young Minds Matter is a service run by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. It provides emotional…

2 months ago
Head to the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre this summer

The summer is now in full-swing. If you and your little ones are looking for something to do for less, then why not step back in time at the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre? Grimsby lost 32 trawlers in the 1950s…

2 months ago
Municipal Offices Customer Access Points to close early for two days

The Customer Access Point at Grimsby’s Municial Offices will close at the earlier time of 1pm on Wednesday 14 August and Thursday 15 August 2019. The Access Point will reopen as usual on Friday.

2 months ago
Illicit cigarettes and tobacco seized by Trading Standards

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Trading Standards team have seized 15,460 cigarettes during a week-long operation in Grimsby. Intelligence-led visits were carried out at a number of convenience stores and takeaway food outlets between 23 July and 30 July. In total,…

2 months ago
Bus stop improvements starting across North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are starting works to improve a number of bus stops across the borough from Monday 12 August. Working with local operators, through the North East Lincolnshire Bus Quality Partnership, the raised…

2 months ago
Moody Lane road closures

The second phase of works on Moody Lane have now been completed and the road has been reopened to vehicles between Laforey Road and Moody Lane. The next phase of works have now started which will see the widening of…

2 months ago
Don’t forget your proof for renewing your bus pass

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are reminding residents to bring the necessary documents when renewing concessionary travel passes. When renewing your pass, remember:  Elderly bus pass – Bring your existing bus pass and proof of address…

2 months ago
Public Health Bulletin – 22 to 26 July 2019

Public Health Update   New project to provide help for recovering drug and alcohol addicts in Grimsby moves step closer A new project to provide help for people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction in Grimsby has moved a step…

2 months ago
Public Health Bulletin – 15 to 19 July 2019

Public Health Update Starting and Developing Well   School sport and activity action plan The government has announced new plans to allow children greater opportunity to access 60 minutes of daily sport and physical activity.  The School Sport and Activity…

2 months ago
Public Health Bulletin – 8 to 12 July 2019

Public Health Update Starting and Developing Well   National Maternity and Perinatal Audit The Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership has published National Maternity and Perinatal Audit Organisational Report 2019.  The second organisational survey of the National Maternity and Perinatal Audit (NMPA)…

2 months ago
Public Health Bulletin – 1 to 5 July 2019

Public Health Update Starting and Developing Well   England’s top midwife warns ‘tens of thousands’ still smoking during pregnancy Women who smoke during pregnancy are putting themselves and their baby at risk of serious harm unless they kick the habit,…

2 months ago
Have your say on Council tax support

North East Lincolnshire Council is consulting with residents about the financial support for Council tax. The consultation will seek the views of residents on the level of support offered to low-income households with council tax bills. The consultation will help the…

2 months ago
Be inspired this National Allotments Week and grow your own fresh fruit and veg

Ever fancied having your own allotment and growing your very own fresh, home-grown produce? Well, now is your chance. North East Lincolnshire Council has plots available, and what better time to start as we approach National Allotments Week. The council…

2 months ago
Phone n Ride contractor unveiled

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, have unveiled Stagecoach East Midlands as the new delivery partner of the Phone ‘n’ Ride Service. Stagecoach East Midlands recently won the contract to deliver the Phone ‘n’ Ride Service for…

2 months ago
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Public Notice of Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order – 1 August 2019

THE BOROUGH OF NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE THE NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL (A SECTION OF MOODY LANE, GRIMSBY – TTRO 19-092) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2019 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North East Lincolnshire Borough Council intends to…

2 months ago
Your chance to ride in a vintage Grimsby Cleethorpes Transport bus!

A trio of preserved Grimsby Cleethorpes Transport buses are joining in the celebration of our local heritage in September this year. Heritage open days are your once-a-year chance to discover some of North East Lincolnshire’s rarely seen historic treasures, with…

2 months ago
North East Lincolnshire Council set to introduce a new code of practice for funeral services

North East Lincolnshire Council is set to introduce a new code of practice for funeral directors who use Grimsby Crematorium. Funeral directors, celebrants and other users of the crematorium were invited to draw up the new good practice guide to…

2 months ago
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Public Notice of Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Order – 1 August 2019

THE BOROUGH OF NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE THE NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL (A SECTION OF MANOR DRIVE, WALTHAM – TTRO 19-064) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2019 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North East Lincolnshire Borough Council intends to…

2 months ago
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Public Notice of Prohibition of Traffic Order – 1 August 2019

THE BOROUGH OF NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE THE NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL (STATION ROAD LEVEL CROSSING, BROCKLESBY ROAD, HABROUGH – NR0469 – TTRO 19-073) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2019 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North East Lincolnshire Borough…

2 months ago
Bus shelter improvement works across North East Lincolnshire

Bus shelters will be replaced at various locations in Grimsby and Immingham. North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be starting bus shelter replacement works from Monday 5 August. The new bus stops will reduce the ongoing maintenance costs…

3 months ago
Four new solar compacting bins installed by North East Lincolnshire Council

North East Lincolnshire Council has installed solar compacting litter bins in four parks across the borough. This year across the UK, councils have been piloting the bins which are designed to compress rubbish meaning they do not need to be…

3 months ago
Fourth and ‘best’ Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k

Did you compete in this year’s Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k? On Sunday 21 July, Grimsby hosted the fourth annual Ørsted Grimsby 10k and 1.2k St. Hugh’s Hospital Family Fun Run. The race was enjoyed by more than 3,000 runners as…

3 months ago
Multi-agency community safety street walks take place in Immingham

Officers from a number of organisations across the borough have taken to the streets of Immingham to support local people. On the evenings of 24 and 25 July, a multi-agency operation took place which involved North East Lincolnshire Council, ENGIE,…

3 months ago
Have your say on the Council’s housing disability policy

North East Lincolnshire Council is consulting residents on its Housing Assistance and Disability Adaptation Policy. The policy includes details of the grants and loans that the council offers to help households in the area with things like essential repairs, reducing…

3 months ago
Skip It pops-up in Grant Thorold Park on Friday

Community groups from across the area are teaming up with North East Lincolnshire Council to host their own Skip It events this summer. The next event is being hosted by East Marsh Involve and East Marsh United on Friday 26…

3 months ago
Survey works starting on Littlecoates Road from Tuesday

Survey works are taking place for two days on Littlecoates Road between the Cambridge Road junction and the Littlecoates Road / Yarborough Road roundabout from Tuesday 30 July. The survey works are required to gather additional information for the planning…

3 months ago
Shining a light on local community groups

A new, dedicated webpage giving community groups a platform to showcase the work they are doing has been launched today. Community Spotlight is a live, interactive page on North East Lincolnshire Council’s website, providing an information base for local community…

3 months ago
Recovery community gets green light

North East Lincolnshire Council has given the green light to an innovative approach to drug and alcohol recovery. Creative Start have been commissioned to establish the areas first Recovery Community on behalf of the Council and Public Health England. The…

3 months ago
Important changes to bin collections during hot weather

North East Lincolnshire Council’s bin crews will be starting work earlier for the rest of this week because of the hot weather. Households will need to have their bins and boxes out by 6am instead of the usual 7am on…

3 months ago
Council wins mental health support bid for local youngsters

North East Lincolnshire Council and North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group have won a bid for NHS funding to provide mental health and emotional wellbeing support for young people. The funding is part of the NHS long term plan to…

3 months ago
Council cracking down on dog fouling as PSPOs come into effect

New Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) are coming into force in North East Lincolnshire to clamp down on irresponsible dog owners. The new PSPOs were agreed in January after a consultation last year and they give the Council powers to…

3 months ago
Programme of road surface dressing rolled out

A number of roads will be improved across North East Lincolnshire as the annual programme of surface dressing starts. Works are starting on Monday 29 July and it is expected that all locations will be completed by Tuesday 6 August,…

3 months ago
£1m funding allocated for Advanced Manufacturing Unit in Stallingborough

£1m funding allocated for Advanced Manufacturing Unit in Stallingborough – which could help unlock further growth The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) Board has committed almost £1m in funding to develop an Advanced Engineering Manufacturing Unit on the Enterprise Zone site…

3 months ago
Humber Local Enterprise Partnership allocates almost £2m in funding to benefit the region’s high streets

The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) Board has approved almost £2m in funding to support the region’s high streets. The Humber High Street Challenge Fund will see the Humber LEP allocate £1.95m to projects to boost the region’s high streets…

3 months ago
North East Lincolnshire Council secures £27K funding to showcase Immingham’s Pilgrim History

North East Lincolnshire Council has secured a £27K grant to install a permanent pilgrim exhibition at Immingham Museum to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower. The funding has been awarded from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD)…

3 months ago
Three sisters set to take fun run by storm

Three sporting sisters are set to line up for their third St Hugh’s Hospital Family Fun Run as part of the supporting events for the Ørsted Great Grimsby 10K. The 1.2km St Hugh’s Hospital Family Fun Run is open to…

3 months ago
Over 15,000 trips and 5,200 school children – Walk to School Week in North East Lincolnshire

Walk to School Week for 2019 has officially ended and after school children have walked, scooted and pedalled around the borough during the annual campaign we can announce that Canon Peter Hall CofE Primary School’s children have claimed the top…

3 months ago
Grimsby regeneration kickstarted with multi-million pound boost

Government announces next phase of Grimsby Town Deal, awarding an extra £3.75 million to kickstart major regeneration plans for town centre, with new plans including a brand-new Youth Zone Town Deal is a key part of Government’s modern Industrial Strategy…

3 months ago
Road closure information for the Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k

Thousands of runners and spectators are expected to take to the streets on the morning of Sunday 21 July 2019 for the Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k race. Now in its fourth year, it’s a day for sporting celebrations but there…

3 months ago
Changes to Sea View Street plans approved

Following a meeting between the council and local traders, changes are being proposed to the plans for a plaza at the top of Sea View Street in Cleethorpes, funded through the £3.8m Coastal Communities Fund. Original plans would have seen…

3 months ago