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Garth Lane Footbridge replacement

THE six-month closure of Garth Lane footbridge will take effect from Monday, September 28, as work begins to replace it with a showcase five-metre-wide structure. The closure is to enable the removal of the existing bridge. Extensive works will then take place to enable its replacement with detailed abutment work needed for the new bridge…

3 years ago | General

COVID-19: Crematorium social distancing update

North East Lincolnshire Council is issuing a reminder about changes to restrictions at the Crematorium. Events that take place after funeral, such as scattering or interment of ashes, are now restricted by the new laws on social gatherings. This means a maximum of six people may attend these events. A maximum of 30 mourners may…

3 years ago | COVID-19

Get involved in Walk to School Week

Walk to School Week will once again be launching next month to encourage pupils and grown-ups around the UK to unite for one week of walking to school. The annual campaign led by Living Streets will take place between Monday 5 October to Friday 9 October. The council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are once…

3 years ago | General

Verge and footway parking enforcement to begin

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, has recently carried out a review of verge and footway parking in a number of villages across North East Lincolnshire. Civil enforcement officers will be able to tackle verge and footway parking in New Waltham, Healing, Barnoldby le Beck and Humberston from Monday 28 September with…

3 years ago | General

About 38,500 homes now using new recycling bins

New recycling bins are now in use at about 38,500 homes across North East Lincolnshire. North East Lincolnshire Council is working with a specialist distribution company to deliver a pair of new bins to about 73,000 households by mid-November. Bins are arriving at homes in parts of Scartho, Haverstoe, East Marsh, Heneage and Healing this…

3 years ago | General

COVID-19: Businesses urged to get QR ready

Government has announced that the NHS Test and Trace COVID App will be released for mass use on 24 September. The app will be a critical enhancement of NHS Test and Trace in England, and the Test, Trace and Protect service in Wales. As part of this, businesses and venues across England and Wales will…

3 years ago | COVID-19

Final road safety improvements taking place on Station Road, Stallingborough

The final improvements aimed at enhancing previously installed road safety measures on Station Road, Stallingborough, will take place next week. North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be renewing the existing sections of red high friction road surfacing and road markings along Station Road, between South Marsh Road and the B1210 roundabout,…

3 years ago | General

Clee Road highway revamp – project update

Works are continuing as planned on Clee Road with existing drainage gullies between Isaac’s Hill and Kelham Road being replaced. This phase of works is due to be completed on Friday 25 September. From Monday 28 September, the second phase of works will start. This includes upgrading the existing vehicle crossings between Isaac’s Hill roundabout…

3 years ago | General

Be Safe, Be Seen – free cycle safety events

Free bike safety events are coming to venues across North East Lincolnshire to help make cyclists more visible. North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, have teamed up with Cycle Hub Lincs to host a series of free events to promote safe cycling and to keep cyclists visible while on the roads. The…

3 years ago | General

Weekend highway improvements planned for Laceby’s High Street

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are planning to carry out carriageway patching works on High Street, Laceby, between Old Chapel Lane and Alfred Bannister Mews. Works will be starting on Saturday 26 September, between 9am and 6pm, and will take one day to complete. To allow these works to be carried…

3 years ago | General