North East Lincolnshire Council


Multi-agency operation hits suspected rogue landlords in late night operation

Housing officers last night carried out a series of late-night visits to a number of suspected illegal Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs). The visits follow an announcement that the council and ENGIE had been awarded almost a quarter of a…

1 year ago
Mould and other hazards found during housing enforcement visits

Two Grimsby properties were visited by housing enforcement officers as part of an ongoing clampdown against problem housing. Officers from North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partnership with ENGIE were joined by Humberside Police and Home Office Immigration Enforcement when they…

2 years ago
Company fined after letting substandard house to staff

A car cleaning company has been handed a court bill of £2,190 after pleading guilty to sub-letting a house to five of its staff when only two should have been living there. Chadwick Greene & Co Ltd, trading as National…

2 years ago
Can you make an empty house a home? Empty Homes Week 2017

Owners of empty homes have been warned they will have to pay an extra 50 per cent on their council tax bills if they’re left empty for more than two years. North East Lincolnshire Council, working in partnership with ENGIE,…

2 years ago
Building the future

North East Lincolnshire Council has been awarded £570,000 from central government to help accelerate housing development on brownfield sites in Grimsby. The funding will be used for technical feasibility and masterplanning studies to accelerate development of key town centre sites…

3 years ago
Lambert Road before and after shots.
Could you breathe new life into an empty home? Supporting Empty Homes Week 2016

Find out how you can bring an empty property back to life with help from North East Lincolnshire Council and its partner ENGIE during Empty Homes Week. Empty Homes Week runs from Monday 28 November to Friday 2 December and…

3 years ago
New fund to speed up house building

North East Lincolnshire is set to benefit from a new £18 million fund to speed up house building on large brownfield sites. From today councils can bid for a share of the ‘capacity fund’ to tackle planning issues that can…

3 years ago