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COVID-19: Apply for your new blue badge now

Blue badge holders are being encouraged to apply for their new passes now. It can take several weeks to process a blue badge application depending on your circumstances so North East Lincolnshire Council is asking people to apply as soon as possible. In line with Government guidance and service impacts on issuing and renewing blue…

11 months ago | General

Statement on the Selective Licensing consultation

North East Lincolnshire Council has been running a public consultation on proposals to consider implementing a selective licensing scheme in parts of East and West Marsh in Grimsby. The proposals would see landlords of private rented accommodation in parts of the East and West Marsh wards requiring a license to continue to let their premises….

11 months ago | Homes and property

COVID-19: Re-opening the high streets: advice for hospitality businesses

Pubs, restaurants and cafes that would like to have outside seating for customers on the public highway are being asked to check the latest guidance from Government. On 25 June 2020 the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government published new guidance for pavement licences (outdoor seating proposal) to support efforts for the re-opening of…

11 months ago | General

Council’s COVID battle plan approved

People across North East Lincolnshire have been urged to back a plan setting out how the area will continue to tackle the threat of COVID-19. A special meeting of North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet last night approved the area’s Outbreak Control Plan, drawn up by the authority, the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and partners in…

11 months ago | Business and investment

COVID-19: Crematorium update

Changes have been made to some of the coronavirus restrictions brought in at Grimsby Crematorium. From 4 July, the scattering and burial of ashes will resume but with a maximum of six people present. These services were suspended in March as part of the measures introduced to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus. Scartho Road…

11 months ago | General

COVID-19: Slipways to reopen

Following the relaxation of COVID-19 guidelines on social distancing, the Council will reopen all slipways in Cleethorpes for private craft to access the sea from Saturday 4 July. In order to access the slipways, members of the public will need to register with the Resort Team at the Beach Safety Office for a permit and…

11 months ago | General

Business centres are back to business!

North East Lincolnshire Council’s business centres are getting back to business following recent Government announcements. From Wednesday 1 July, the centres will be open between 8:30am and 12pm Monday to Friday. A virtual reception will be in place between 1pm and 4.30pm via telephone on (01472) 323237 and email on business.centres@nelincs.gov.uk. Social distancing measures will…

11 months ago | General

North East Lincolnshire COVID-19 Battle Plan to go to Cabinet

A plan setting out how North East Lincolnshire will continue to tackle the threat of COVID-19 is to be discussed at a special meeting of North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet next week. The Council, Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the wider health and social Care system in the area have been working together since COVID-19…

11 months ago | Health and wellbeing

Council contacts landlords to prevent resident evictions

The Council are urging all private landlords, to get in touch with the Homelessness Prevention Service, and seek support before evicting any tenants over the coming months. Council officers have written Landlord Associations, asking their members to work with the Council during these challenging times. The warning comes as figures released nationally show increases in…

11 months ago | Health and wellbeing