Have your say on the future of Grimsby town centre
A partnership of public and private sector organisations is asking people for their views on Grimsby town centre, using the results to shape the future of the area.
The Council, working with Humberside Police, Freshney Place and Stagecoach, is giving local people the chance to have their say on how they see the town centre, what they enjoy, and what they think the town centre needs more of.
The consultation will help the local partnership to understand how people view the town centre, and how they perceive issues such as anti-social behaviour.
Councillor David Bolton, portfolio holder for safer and stronger communities, said: “Grimsby town centre is at the heart of our borough offering people a vibrant place to work, shop and dine.
“We are giving people a chance to have their say on how we can make the town centre even better. We’re asking how people travel to and from the town centre, why they choose to visit, what they like about the town centre and what would encourage them to visit more.
“This is a great opportunity for people to tell us what is good and what could be better about our town centre, and to help shape the future of the area.”
The results of this consultation will help shape the future of Grimsby town centre.
To have your say in the consultation, visit www.nelincs.gov.uk/have-your-say and click ‘Grimsby Town Centre Consultation’.
Paper copies are available in Lincs Inspire libraries and the Council’s customer access points.
The consultation closes to the public on Tuesday 14 August 2018.