Monthly Archive 28th October 2019

NE Lincs must have a traveller site – by law

Reducing the list of potential traveller sites from 25 to just five has removed worry and uncertainty – and having one in the borough will save taxpayers’ money.

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Changes to parking in Wardall Street

ELEVEN temporary “one-hour free” parking spaces have been made available in Cleethorpes’ Wardall Street car park, until works to the vehicle bay area outside the NatWest Bank are complete.

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Road safety improvements to Brereton Avenue

A series of road safety improvements will be carried out this month on Brereton Avenue in Cleethorpes, with some measures being installed early at the request of residents.

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Work to improve safety at Toll Bar roundabout begins

Residents, motorists and businesses are reminded that work to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists at Toll Bar junction has begun.

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‘Disappointing’ decision on traveller sites could be reversed by Cabinet

A proposed list of 25 traveller sites could be reduced to only five – in a move that could reverse a “disappointing” scrutiny panel decision that looked backward, not forward.

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Putting the great back into Great Grimsby!

The Greater Grimsby Town Deal is beginning to bear fruit, a delegation in London has been told.

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Teenage Market back in town

Preparations are well underway at Grimsby Top Town Market for the return of the hugely popular Teenage Market.

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Your chance to discuss local issues with NELC Cabinet

Residents are invited to discuss issues with leading councillors at NELC’s Cabinet holds the first of a programme of “listening’’ events later this month.

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Council consults on how it meets social housing needs

North East Lincolnshire Council has opened a public consultation on some proposed changes to the way it assesses a person’s social housing needs.

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Seafood Week launch goes just swimmingly

Seafood Week has officially begun!

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