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COVID-19: Crematorium update

Changes have been made to some of the coronavirus restrictions brought in at Grimsby Crematorium. From 4 July, the scattering and burial of ashes will resume but with a maximum of six people present. These services were suspended in March as part of the measures introduced to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus. Scartho Road…

3 years ago | General

Expression of interest submitted for all electric buses in North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire Council continues to strive to create a greener, cleaner borough following the submission of a revolutionary bid to the Department for Transport to become one of the first all-electric bus towns in the UK. If successful, the funding would enable the replacement of the core bus network, operated by Stagecoach East Midlands,…

3 years ago | General

COVID-19: Slipways to reopen

Following the relaxation of COVID-19 guidelines on social distancing, the Council will reopen all slipways in Cleethorpes for private craft to access the sea from Saturday 4 July. In order to access the slipways, members of the public will need to register with the Resort Team at the Beach Safety Office for a permit and…

3 years ago | General

Pedestrian crossing to be installed following calls from local residents

Works to install a pedestrian crossing point on Bluestone Lane in Immingham will start on Monday 6 July following a petition by local residents. Local residents started a petition to install a crossing point at the junction between Roval Drive and Stainton Drive to improve road safety and create a safe crossing point for school…

3 years ago | General

Enforcement officer victim of town centre spitting attack

Police are investigating after an environmental enforcement officer was spat at in Grimsby town centre on Saturday morning. The officer was spat at near the Cash Generator shop in Victoria Street at 10:15am on Saturday 20 June. The incident has been reported to Humberside Police. North East Lincolnshire Council is appealing to anyone with information…

3 years ago | General

Vision for Grimsby’s town centre future revealed

A PUBLIC and private partnership between North East Lincolnshire Council and the owners of Freshney Place is bidding for £25 million of Government cash to transform part of Grimsby Town Centre. The government has created the Future High Streets Fund with the objective to renew and reshape town centres and high streets to improve visitor…

3 years ago | General

Business centres are back to business!

North East Lincolnshire Council’s business centres are getting back to business following recent Government announcements. From Wednesday 1 July, the centres will be open between 8:30am and 12pm Monday to Friday. A virtual reception will be in place between 1pm and 4.30pm via telephone on (01472) 323237 and email on business.centres@nelincs.gov.uk. Social distancing measures will…

3 years ago | General

South Humber Bank Major Maintenance update  – Moody Lane

The final phase of the South Humber Bank Major Maintenance Scheme will be starting from Monday 29 June. During this additional phase of works, going ahead due to savings identified on the original programme, will include kerbing replacement and carriageway resurfacing on Gilbey Road, between the Network Rail level crossing and Pyewipe roundabout. Kerbing replacement…

3 years ago | General

COVID-19: Blue badge enforcement

In line with Government guidance and service impacts on issuing and renewing blue badges, penalty charge notices (PCNs) will not be issued to residents displaying blue badges with an expiry date of 1 January 2020 onwards. The relaxation of enforcement will continue until 30 September 2020. At that point, enforcement on expired badges will restart….

3 years ago | General