Listening to the people of North East Lincolnshire
North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, has successfully secured £3million of Department for Transport funding to carry out repairs to Grimsby’s landmark Corporation Road bridge.
North East Lincolnshire Council is asking people to have their say on the public rights of way plan (ROWIP) in the borough.
The latest creative addition to Cleethorpes’ new North Prom walking art gallery will be unveiled on shutters in the coming days.
The seasonal outdoor market in Cleethorpes Market Place is back for 2020.
North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be starting works to resurface the carriageway on Fieldhouse Road, Humberston, from Monday, March 2.
Work to create access to a new multi-million-pound business park will continue on schedule, with a solution found to avoid a complete closure of a 1.5km stretch of the A1173.
Members of the planning committee are set to discuss the “White Palm” public art at the next meeting in March.
Tariff-free public toilets in Cleethorpes, a safer
Grimsby town centre, better waste management and more… the Conservatives are
listening to what you say is important.
Ambitious plans to push forward with economic growth, improve the environment and continue to support social care for local residents were approved by councillors in North East Lincolnshire tonight.
Tonight’s full council meeting at Cleethorpes Town Hall saw the Conservative-led administration present its budget.