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Environment and community safety

Developing a sustainable depot in the heart of Grimsby

Contractors are set to start the latest round of demolition as part of a £7.5 million project to overhaul North East Lincolnshire Council’s Doughty Road depot. Work at the Grimsby town centre site started in January this year and will see the depot transformed into a sustainable worksite as part of the Council’s drive to…

4 months ago | Bins, waste and recycling
Doughty Road railside buildings to be demolished

Wildlife areas highlight borough’s environmental vision.

TWO wild and birdlife areas created next to prime commercial land by North East Lincolnshire Council are examples of how industrial development and nature can thrive side-by-side. As residents are being encouraged to give their views on the review of the borough’s Local Plan, a key planning document which helps shape and guide future development,…

4 months ago | General

Let’s work together to smarten up Grimsby town centre

North East Lincolnshire Council is launching a new campaign to fix up rundown buildings in Grimsby town centre. The project aims to improve the street scene in the town centre as it is poised for a wide-ranging, multi-million-pound transformation. Focused on the busy area around the Victoria Street West pedestrian precinct and surrounding streets, the…

4 months ago | Business and investment
Grimsby town centre from the air

New CCTV tackles illegal stopping and parking near school

Just days after first being installed, new CCTV cameras outside Signhills School in Cleethorpes have shown early success in tackling illegal parking. Parking near school gates has been a problem for a number of schools in North East Lincolnshire, so when North East Lincolnshire Council announced earlier this year that they would be installing CCTV…

4 months ago | Children and families

Creating a motorway service station for wildlife

On the shores of the Humber Estuary in North East Lincolnshire, a new haven for wildlife is starting to appear. In this interview with Roger Wardle, who heads up a specialist consultancy that creates these sites, he explains the aims behind the site and how these are built. The Humber Estuary is a huge often…

5 months ago | General
Novartis Ings, Grimsby

CCTV network upgrades underway across North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire Council, and its regeneration partners EQUANS, have started a £2.2m project to update the CCTV infrastructure across the borough. The large-scale upgrade, which was agreed by the Council’s Cabinet last year, will introduce a single digital transition network, enabling public space CCTV as well as the monitoring of rapid deployment cameras for…

6 months ago | Council information and partnerships
Artists impression of new CCTV Control Room