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Ten top tips to Discover Cleethorpes Safely

Whether it’s building sandcastles, tucking into fish and chips, paddle boarding or taking a stroll, many of us are enjoying visiting the seaside in the lovely summer sun. And with naming Cleethorpes beach named as one of their top beaches last month, it’s hardly surprising that more and more people are using public transport…

3 years ago | General

Night of taxi inspections in Cleethorpes

Licensing officers from North East Lincolnshire Council have carried out a series of late-night checks on taxi drivers in Cleethorpes. Council officers, working with officers from Humberside Police, undertook 19 roadside spot checks on hackney carriage and private hire vehicles on Saturday 31 July. The inspections are frequently carried out to check the state of…

3 years ago | General
A taxi being checked

Gas works to take place on Little Coates Road  

From Monday 9 August, Cadent Gas will be carrying out gas main diversion works on Little Coates Road between the junctions of Broadway and Sherwood Road. North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, have requested the works to ensure the infrastructure in the area is safe and at the correct depths to allow…

3 years ago | General

Public bridleway closure in Brigsley

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be temporarily closing Bridleway 80, between Green Lane and Waithe Lane, in Brigsley for improvement works from Monday 16 August. The works are planned to take three weeks to complete and will include the construction of a new surface for the bridleway and a number…

3 years ago | General

Partnership initiative to tackle antisocial motorcyclists

Our communities continue to report concerns about drivers and motorcyclists riding along the roads of North East Lincolnshire in an antisocial way. In response to their concerns the local neighbourhood team has been working extensively with the Anti -Social Behaviour Team at North East Lincolnshire Council for some time. We have already increased both foot…

3 years ago | General
ASB sign being installed

Warning as suspected rogue traders spotted in North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Trading Standards team are reminding people to be vigilant and report doorstep callers who offer to carry out work on homes, gardens and business premises. Suspected rogue traders have been seen in the area and are thought to be offering work such as clearing gutters, jet washing patios and other garden…

3 years ago | General
Stock photo of builder

Road marking works on Butt Lane, Laceby

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be carrying out road marking works on Butt Lane, between Blyth Way and Mulberry Lane, next month. The works are required to improve road safety following the recent completion and review of resurfacing works in this area. Works will be taking place on Friday 13…

3 years ago | General

Time is running out to vote for your Crew of the Year!

There’s still time to vote in our Crew of the Year competition. Does your bin crew brighten up your day with a friendly wave? Have they come to the rescue for someone in need? Have they recovered a precious item you may have accidentally thrown away? You can nominate them to get the recognition they…

3 years ago | General
A photo of some bin workers clapping for carers.

Local business considers sustainable transport options in COVID-19 recovery

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, have been working with local business, Pattesons Glass Ltd, in a review of their business travel plan. Pattesons Glass Ltd worked with transport officials in 2018 to develop a Business Travel Plan to promote, encourage and enable more sustainable travel to and from their site on…

3 years ago | General
Mark Schofield from Pattesons Glass, with Councillor Stewart Swinburn and Anthony Snell from ENGIE.