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This consultation is now closed.
We wanted you to let us know what it is like to live in the Immingham ward which includes Immingham, Stallingborough, Habrough and surrounding areas.
Immingham Ward report (PDF)
This consultation is now closed.
We wanted you to let us know what it is like to live in the South ward which includes Nunsthorpe, Grange, Bradley Park and surrounding areas.
South Ward report (PDF)
This survey has now closed. We are using your comments to inform the detailed design.
In 2018 we secured nearly £2.1m from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (HLEP) to improve and carry out essential maintenance to two key industrial roads directly linked to the A180.
The two roads; Moody and Woad Lane, are the main access routes to key employment sites in Grimsby and will link to the junction of the new Humber Link Road. Work will start in March and take 10 months to complete.
This is the first phase of a planned three stage programme of road and cycle improvements to the A180 and its link roads.
The objectives of this first phase are to:
- Maintain and enhance access to the existing industrial estates adjoining the A180 and employment sites on the South Humber Bank, improving journey time reliability for road users
- Provide new safer off-road facilities for cyclists and pedestrians
- Provide long term cost savings by improving the condition of the highway
- Reduce the risk of disruption and congestion on these estate roads.
The budget consultation for 2019 closed on 18 January 2019.
The results will be published here when they are available.
There were 95 responses to this consultation. The results of the 2018 budget consultation are now available
2018 Budget Consultation Results (Word document)
Frequently Asked Questions: Your budget questions answered (PDF)
News story: Budget survey – Time to give your views
Video: Watch our Budget survey video below.
The call for sites closed on 19 January 2018. Results will be published here when they are available.
We asked you for suggestions of potential locations where a Designated Stopping Place could be established in the borough.
By law the Council must assess and meet the need for both permanent and temporary Gypsy and Traveller pitches.
This is also a key requirement of the Local Plan, a document that provides the framework for future growth of the area.
A Designated Stopping Place is an authorised site that can be used as a temporary stopping place for members of the Gypsy and Traveller community who are travelling through North East Lincolnshire.
The most recent Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment for North East Lincolnshire, carried out in 2014, found that 15 temporary pitches are needed if the borough is to fulfil the objectively assessed need.
Fifteen pitches will provide space for 30 caravans and these could be placed in one location or split across two or three, depending on the shape and size of the site.
This consultation has now closed. It was open from 8th May 2018 to 3rd July 2018. The results can be found here in the near future.
Here is a summary of the consultation:
As a council, we are working with the community to help reduce household bills and offer advice about home energy and how we can collectively reduce, manage, purchase and generate energy with an emphasis on local engagement, leadership and control.
Community groups in North East Lincolnshire have assisted and helped deliver a range of energy projects, such as: Big Community Switch, support for energy saving measures, community-owned renewable energy installations and the piloting of smart energy technologies.
However, for an energy efficiency revolution to take place, more local community groups in the borough need to be involved in community energy projects.
The following questionnaires aim to assess the opinions of local community groups and established community energy groups regarding community energy projects and support provided by North East Lincolnshire Council around community energy.
More details regarding community energy can be found at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/community-energy
This consultation closed on Tuesday 14 August 2018.
We asked for your views about Grimsby town centre including why you visit, how you travel, your shopping habits, what you like, what would encourage you to visit more, how safe you feel, if anything puts you off the town and your view on anti-social behaviour.
The results of the consultation will be published here when they are complete.
This consultation has now closed. We will use the findings from this consultation, and from other feedback, to create a final Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment.
The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment lists the current provision of pharmaceutical services across the area and sets out how this meets the needs of the population.
The formal consultation period ran from 18 January to 19 March 2018.
The first stage of the engagement process is now closed. Residents shared their views of what was important to them in Immingham and what theme the project should follow.
As part of the development of the Kennedy Way centre, the developers pledged £50,000 towards public art in Immingham. This money is from the section 106 agreement and cannot be spent on anything else.
We will now analyse the public views and use them to form part of the brief to the artists. The concept designs will be coming back to the public to select the most preferred design.
As part of the development of the Kennedy Way Centre, the developers pledged £50,000 for a new piece of public art in Immingham. In January, we asked what you thought the art should be, and presented your views to the artists. You can view the results in our Survey report (PDF).
Based on this, two artists submitted preliminary designs which we put to the public vote.
The winning submission was Pete Rogers’ Immingham Forging Forward.
This survey closed on the 19th January 2018.
North and North East Lincolnshire local authorities are underaking a review of the local oral health promotion services.
Thank you to those who participated. Your input is extremely valuable and it will inform the future direction of oral health promotionlocally.
The findings for North East Lincolnshire are available in the Oral Health Community Survey NEL (PDF).
This consultation closed on 19 February 2018.
North East Lincolnshire Council, the Police and NHS North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (the organisation that plans and buys NHS services for local people) launched Our Place Our Future, a survey for residents in North East Lincolnshire.
We asked residents to help us to understand how it feels to live and work in our area, the services that you use and the activities you undertake. This will help us to measure where you feel things are improving or getting worse, and understand how we can work better with you to tackle challenges and make the most of arising opportunities.
The core results of the consultation are below. We intend to feedback further when we can to comment on where we have used the results to inform decisions and change.
This consultation is now closed.
Play Streets allow communities to close their streets to ‘through’ traffic to allow supervised safe and free play activities. Play Streets are requested, organised and stewarded by the community for the community. Residents with cars can still access their homes and during any period of closure traffic.
Play Streets have proved really successful in other parts of the country where children were out playing for more than 70% of the time that the streets were closed.
This survey collected the views and opinions of the public in regards to trialling playstreets in North East Lincolnshire.
Thank you for helping us gain an understanding into whether or not we should trial playstreets in your local area.
There are more details about play streets at playingout.net.
The results of the survey will be published here when available.
This survey closed on 25 March 2018.
We are putting together an improvement plan for the area’s Public Rights of Way. These are footpaths and bridleways that give you the right to access some land for walking or certain other leisure activities. We update the plan every 10 years and we wanted to know what you think we should be prioritising over the next 10 years.
For the consultation results read the Public Rights of Way Survey Results (PowerPoint)
These consultations closed on 28 November 2018.
We wanted to know what you think about our proposed public space protection orders (PSPOs) in key public areas.
A PSPO allows us to put restrictions in specific areas such as town centres, parks and beaches.
These restrictions focused on anti-social behaviour in public places and the undesirable behaviour of irresponsible dog owners.
Dog control PSPO results (PDF)
You can view all of the supporting documents below which will provide much more detail about the conditions.
Irresponsible dog owners
This survey has now closed.
The introduction of a new public space to replace the existing surface car park, which will provide a unique gathering space at the highest point within the resort. A place in which to pause, meet friends and take in the views over the estuary or enjoy the impressive backdrop of historic buildings.
We’ll use your comments to prepare the final design, before work starts later this year.
Sea View Street results (PDF)
This consultation closed on 10 September 2018.
Social Value requires commissioners, those who plan and buy local services, to think about how they achieve their goals in a more joined up way. Rather than thinking about services in isolation or in the short term, this new policy requires commissioners to consider long term costs, sustainability and how including Social Value outcomes can possibly reduce pressures and make the most of opportunities in other areas.
The results of this consultation will be published here when available.
For more information you can read the Social Value Policy (PDF)
This project aims to create a vibrant community area that complements Grimsby Minster’s role as a heritage and arts centre.
There are two phases to the project and the first phase will focus on improving the public space and area in St James Square. Phase two will focus on the re-development of St James House.
The first phase of the project asked for people’s views on two proposed options which are based on the needs of existing and potential users of the square.
This survey has now closed. We will use your comments to influence the final design.
St James Square results (PDF)
This survey closed on 30 September 2018.
We were interested to know how residents currently use the service, or why they don’t, and to gather thoughts about what we could do to make it more useful for our community in the next 10 years.
We’re using the information to develop some options for what the library service could look like. The options developed will go through a formal consultation in the future.
The survey results are now available in our Libraries survey feedback report (PowerPoint).
This survey closed on 8 November 2018.
We wanted you know your views on some of the proposals for the town centre, access issues, and things that could be developed to encourage more visitors.
In July this year, Government signed up to the Greater Grimsby Town Deal proposals worth around £67m. These proposals, over time, will realise more than 8,800 new jobs and nearly 10,000 new homes in the borough.
In the last few years, there have been various schemes delivered in the town centre, from the £6m Cartergate building development, to improved highways and street furniture, and more are already in development as part of the Masterplan for the town centre.
For more background about the Town Centre Investment Plans, visit investnel.co.uk/about.
The results will be published here when available.
This survey closed on 18 November 2018. The winner of the prize draw will be contacted.
The NHS Health Check is a health check-up for adults in England aged 40-74. It’s designed to spot early signs of stroke, kidney disease, heart disease, type two diabetes and dementia. People are eligible to attend their GP (doctors) surgery every five years to have this check-up.
We were looking to understand what motivates people to attend a check-up, or prevents people from taking part. The aim was to explore, how the service is being currently delivered, if it works and look at more flexible ways to increase attendance, bringing it in-line with modern life.
The results will be published here when available.