Monthly Archive 29th September 2019

Seafood Week sails into North East Lincs

Seafood is being celebrated in North East Lincolnshire through a number of events across the region.

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Progress made in just four months of Conservatives elected to run council

Here is the statement made by Councillor Philip Jackson, the leader of North East Lincolnshire Council, to September’s full meeting.

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Climate change is on the agenda for NELC

The impact on climate change will be particularly considered when NELC makes policy decisions.

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“We can’t procrastinate any longer” on traveller site

Finding a designated stopover site for travellers in North East Lincolnshire must be resolved, says the council’s deputy leader, John Fenty.

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Homes at Welholme Galleries would be ‘exciting’

Welholme Galleries could be transformed into residential accommodation and is an “exciting” opportunity.

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Services for youngsters in NE Lincs remain a challenge

Children’s Services remain a “major” challenge, says the leader of North East Lincolnshire Council.

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White Palm controversy is a ‘good thing’, says leader

The proposed White Palm sculpture for Cleethorpes has divided opinion – and NELC has welcomed the debate.

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NELC ‘very alive’ to concerns over weed growth

The unacceptable level of weed growth across the borough is a major focus, the leader of NELC has confirmed.

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Council works with housing provider to bring more empty homes back into use

There are more than 1,000 privately-owned properties in North East Lincolnshire that have stood empty for more than six months, according to NELC.

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Empty homes will be brought back into use in borough

The Conservative administration of North East Lincolnshire Council has “grasped the nettle” on the housing agenda.

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