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Help available for North East Lincolnshire residents struggling to access food

North East Lincolnshire Council is sharing further guidance for vulnerable or self-isolating residents who are struggling to get to the shops or access supermarket delivery slots. For those who do not have friends, family or neighbours who can shop on their behalf, there are a number of other options available. Many supermarkets, wholesalers and other…

4 years ago | General

New recycling bins arriving soon

Deliveries of new recycling bins start in North East Lincolnshire this week. (July/August 2020) North East Lincolnshire Council wrote to all households in the area last week to let them know about their new recycling bins. Copies of the letter are on the recycling bins page of the Council website at www.nelincs.gov.uk/rubbish-and-recycling/new-recycling-bins/. The first bins…

4 years ago | General

Programme of road surface dressing rolled out

A number of roads will be improved across North East Lincolnshire as the annual programme of surface dressing starts. Works are starting on Saturday 8 August and it is expected that all locations will be completed by Friday 21 August, subject to weather conditions. The process involves applying a bitumen emulsion spray to the road,…

4 years ago | General

Business support organisation sought to help Grimsby’s creative sector

A unique opportunity has arisen for business support organisations to help develop Grimsby’s creative sector. The Grimsby Creates programme, using the Cultural Development Fund money, and led by North East Lincolnshire Council, is due to be launched soon. In the meantime, the programme is looking for an organisation, partnership or consortium, ideally with previous experience…

4 years ago | General

Reminder of civil enforcement activity in North East Lincolnshire

Civil enforcement officers are continuing to carry out their duties patrolling the streets and car parks across North East Lincolnshire. Following changes to Government guidelines, more people returning to work and the easing of lockdown restrictions in the area, civil enforcement activity will be taking place to ensure the safety of all residents, compliance of…

4 years ago | General

North East Lincolnshire Council projects shortlisted for national awards

Three projects launched by North East Lincolnshire Council are in the running for one the public sector’s top accolades after being shortlisted for the MJ Local Government Authority Achievement Awards this year. The three projects represent some of the high-performing, innovative work the Council has done that offers long-term benefits to the whole community. The…

4 years ago | General

Reminder: works start at Toll Bar roundabout next week

Motorists are reminded to avoid Toll Bar roundabout next week, if possible, as improvement works get underway. Delays are anticipated over the initial four days of the six-month scheme while splitter islands on the entries into the roundabout are temporarily removed. This work will allow the roundabout to remain largely open throughout the remainder of…

4 years ago | General

Introduction of Abbey area resident parking scheme

New restrictions will be brought into force on several streets around Grimsby town centre next month, with residents issued with permits for long-term parking. Residents in the Abbey area are reminded that they have between now and when the residents parking scheme comes into effect in August to apply for their parking permit. The resident…

4 years ago | General

Public liaison officer appointed for the Toll Bar scheme

A point of contact for the improvement works at Toll Bar roundabout has been appointed by contractors CR Reynolds. Project liaison officer Chris Butts will respond to any concerns raised by residents, businesses, or other stakeholders. The construction works will start on Monday (27 July) and are expected to last six months. Chris has lived…

4 years ago | General

Masterplan consultation deadline extended

NORTH East Lincolnshire Council has been asked to present Central Government with a detailed list of schemes, which will unlock £25m of public money to transform Grimsby Town Centre over the next five years. The cash has been ring-fenced for the town and will be released as part of Grimsby’s inclusion into the Government’s Town…

4 years ago | General