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Wildlife and industry, side by side

RARE nesting birds, a herd of Hereford yearling cattle, and even the odd deer or two – an increasing variety of animals are existing happily side-by-side at the South Humber Bank’s award-winning mitigation wildlife site. Those in charge are particularly proud to have witnessed pairs of Avocets, which are protected, with their chicks at the…

4 years ago | General

Carriageway improvements to major route in Scartho

Works will be starting next week to resurface parts of the carriageway on Louth Road and Scartho Road. The £170,000 works are part of North East Lincolnshire Council’s Local Transport Delivery Plan for this year to make sure the highway is safe and in good condition for the benefit of all road users. Louth Road…

4 years ago | General

‘Binion’ characters help brighten up charity garden

A pair of colourful characters from Grimsby Community Recycling Centre (CRC or tip) are helping transform a charity garden. The squad of social distancing ‘Binions’ made a big impact when they appeared at the tip in May. CRC staff made the Binions using old tyres and paint pots and they help remind visitors about social…

4 years ago | General

Being ‘Loyal to Local’ has never been more important

The businesses that make up our local high streets, offices, business parks and industrial sites, along with the thousands of self-employed traders, and entrepreneurs across the area are essential to the future of our towns and villages. As slowly but surely the country starts to ‘unlock’ it has never been more important to recognise the…

4 years ago | General

Enforcement patrols return in North East Lincolnshire

Litter and dog fouling enforcement patrols are restarting in North East Lincolnshire this week. Patrols were suspended when the lockdown started in March but will be back this week as more premises reopen. Enforcement officers are changing the way they work to adapt to social distancing rules. Officers will patrol busy areas including Cleethorpes beachfront…

4 years ago | General

Passengers required to wear face covering on Phone ‘n’ Ride

In line with changes to Government guidance, passengers travelling on the Phone ‘n’ Ride Service will be required to wear a face covering from today, Monday 15 June. Passengers without a face covering when boarding will be encouraged to use a scarf or piece of clothing while travelling on board. Face coverings, in line with…

4 years ago | General

£2m carriageway and footway improvement scheme for Estate Road 2 progresses

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are moving forward with the second phase of carriageway and footway improvements on Estate Road 2, following Cabinet approval. The council is progressing this scheme following calls from nearby businesses for improvements to be made to this key stretch of industrial road. Works are currently continuing…

4 years ago | General

Street lighting column improvements across North East Lincolnshire

Street lighting columns will be refreshed across North East Lincolnshire from Monday 22 June as existing columns, which have reached the end of their service life, are replaced with new columns. The works will be carried out over a four-week period on a rolling programme from Monday 22 June, with all works completed by Monday…

4 years ago | General

Supporting the high streets to reopen – Grimsby update

Changes are due to come into place in the centre of Grimsby to help the high street reopen safely on Monday 15 June. Following the relaxation of some of the Government’s lock-down measures, work has been ongoing to look at various pinch-point areas of the borough to provide people with enough room to circulate safely…

4 years ago | General