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Spring cleaning on two of Grimsby’s main roads

North East Lincolnshire Council has cleared up more than 66 tonnes of litter, vegetation and other debris from two of the main roads in Grimsby. Workers spent four consecutive weekends giving the A180 Westgate and A46 Grimsby Road (between Morrison’s and the A18) a deep clean while the traffic was quiet. Teams from street cleansing…

4 years ago | General

Business centres back open for physical viewings

Following changes to Government guidance, business centres in North East Lincolnshire can once again offer prospective tenants a physical viewing. Viewings will take place with social distancing measures in place and enhanced cleaning routines. The business centre team have remained partially open during the COVID-19 lockdown to allow tenants to continue to operate, if they…

4 years ago | General

Ice Factory roof to be assessed

GRIMSBY’S Grade 2* listed Ice Factory building is to undergo a vital roof assessment, as work to facilitate its multi-million-pound regeneration continues. Historic England has awarded North East Lincolnshire Council, which is working with GGIFT (Great Grimsby Ice Factory Trust), regeneration partner ENGIE and building owners ABP, £40,000 for the work from their Heritage at…

4 years ago | General

Road safety improvements to start in Humberston

Works to install a dropped tactile crossing point on St Christopher’s Road in Humberston, near to the entrance of Humberston Academy, are set to start on Wednesday 10 June. The works aim to improve road safety and create a safe crossing point for school children to access the nearby academy and prevent damage to the…

4 years ago | General

A18 road safety improvement update

Work on phase two of the A18 road safety improvements is starting on Monday 15 June. Phase two of the project will include carriageway resurfacing works at a section of road on the A18 known as Waterdell, between the Waltham Road and Ashby Hill junctions. To ensure the safety of those completing the works, a…

4 years ago | General

More than 12 tonnes of fly-tipped waste cleared from country lane

North East Lincolnshire Council has cleared more than 12 tonnes of illegally dumped waste from a lane off Roxton Road, Immingham. Most of the waste was fly-tipped in November last year. It includes 6 tonnes of asbestos, more than 2 tonnes of rubble and 4.5 tonnes of other waste, including furniture and car parts. North…

4 years ago | General

Giving nature a chance to bloom in North East Lincolnshire

Roadsides in North East Lincolnshire are being transformed as part of a new nature project. The wildflower management scheme encourages biodiversity by allowing plants and animals to flourish. Grass verges at a select few sites will not be mowed to allow wildflowers to plant and set seed to create ‘green corridors’ for wildlife. The wildflowers…

4 years ago | General

All traders return to Grimsby’s Top Town Market

Grimsby’s Top Town Market will fully reopen following recent Government announcements. The market, based in the Bull Ring in Grimsby Town Centre, will open back up to shoppers from Tuesday 16 June. The market has remained partly open throughout the lockdown selling essential items such as meat, vegetables, and fruit, with strict measures in place…

4 years ago | General

Additional testing works in preparation for Toll Bar junction improvements

Ahead of works to improve the Toll Bar junction later this year, engineers are continuing to work closely with utilities companies to identify what infrastructure is under the road surface. As part of this work a series of additional trial holes are required to be dug in the footway and verge at various places near…

4 years ago | General