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Day in the Life of Environmental Sustainability: trees, trees and more trees, or is it?

By definition, Environmental Sustainabilityis about maintaining balance and conserving natural resources, but at North East Lincolnshire Council it’s far more. From applying for grants to getting down and dirty planting trees, there is more to it than meets the eye. This planting season, which runs throughout late February and March, 416 trees will be placed…

5 days ago | Environment and community safety

Millions of pounds in extra funding set to provide ‘transformational’ investment to support North East Lincolnshire transport improvements.

THE awarding of £119m of funds to bring transformational change to transport across North East Lincolnshire will be formally welcomed by the council’s Cabinet next week. In acknowledging the grant funding, Cabinet members will also be asked to approve the start of a planning journey, which will see a mapping out of how these significant…

2 months ago | Business and investment

CLEAR IT! Council relaunches new scheme to support community clean ups to transform alleyways and neglected patches of land

North East Lincolnshire Council is relaunching a scheme to help communities to safely clean an alleyway or open space in their neighbourhood. Applications open on Wednesday 1 November for Clear It, the new voluntary community clearance scheme. The scheme is aimed at people who live with alleyways or patches of neglected land that suffer with…

7 months ago | Bins, waste and recycling
Clear it: voluntary community clean ups

Spook-tacular display at Grimsby Tip

Dare you enter the Tip of Terror?? Staff at the award-winning Grimsby Community Recycling Centre have a few tricks and treats up their sleeve as they’ve given the site a monstrous makeover for Halloween. From killer bees to Frankenstein’s monster and tyre tarantulas to a wicked witch, the tip is creeping and crawling with their…

7 months ago | Bins, waste and recycling
Matty Harlow and Will Woolliss with their creations at Grimsby Tip.

CATCH announces its vision for a new £60M National Net Zero Training Centre expansion at Stallingborough headquarters

Today, CATCH announced ambitious plans for the development of a £60M state-of-the-art training facility, to reach a training goal of 1000 apprentices a year by 2029, at its Stallingborough headquarters, with the intent of tackling the engineering construction skill shortages anticipated in the Humber cluster and across the UK. In anticipation of a series of…

8 months ago | Green
An Artists Impression of how the New CATCH National Net Zero Training Centre could look

Nature in Lincolnshire: what matters most to you?

Share your thoughts on nature in Greater Lincolnshire to help shape a new Local Nature Recovery Strategy for the area. England is one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world. To help combat this, the Government introduced Local Nature Recovery Strategies (LNRS) which will look for opportunities to help recover nature and increase the…

8 months ago | Green
Cleethorpes saltmarsh