Monthly Archive 30th July 2019

Fuller Street footbridge feasibility study

A study exploring all options for a new or improved pedestrian footbridge at Fuller Street, Cleethorpes, is being carried out.

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Shining a spotlight on local community groups

Community Spotlight, a new webpage dedicated to showing what local groups are doing in the area, has been launched.

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Resort signage under review

All warning and advice signs for visitors in Cleethorpes is being reviewed.

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Have your say on policy

North East Lincolnshire Council is consulting residents on its Housing Assistance and Disability Adaptation Policy.

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Getting younger people involved in politics

Getting younger people involved in politics is 19-year-old councillor Oliver Freeston.

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‘Steel industry gets our support,’ says NELC

North East Lincolnshire Council has pledged to lobby and support the Government to do all it can ensure British Steel in Scunthorpe is retained.

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Clee Fields and former pool site earmarked for sporting investment

Clee Fields and the site of the former Scartho Swimming Pool have been earmarked for development and investment into community sporting facilities.

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Complaints reduce thanks to waste collection changes

Complains from residents about missed waste collections have reduced by 62 per cent in just one month, thanks to changes to the service in North East Lincolnshire.

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Labour’s ‘shameful’ conduct in the council chamber

There were red faces among the Labour opposition when they brought to the council chamber an issue which has nothing to do with North East Lincolnshire.

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Cracking down on dog mess

“Most dog owners take their responsibilities seriously – it’s a shame that a careless few spoil things for the rest of us,” says Councillor Ron Shepherd, as NELC cracks down on dog fouling.

New Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) come into force today in the borough, targeting irresponsible dog ownership and anti-social behaviour.

A fixed penalty notice can (FPN) be issued to any person who breaches a PSPO, giving them an opportunity to avoid prosecution by paying a fixed penalty of up to £100.

Read the full story on NELC’s website here. Photo courtesy of NELC.