Monthly Archive 30th April 2020

COVID-19: Thank you to our local businesses

Businesses in North East Lincolnshire which have gone the extra mile to help out in the current pandemic have been praised by the Council.

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Sea Road redevelopment scheme: Demolition starts

Demolition is starting at a key site along Cleethorpes sea front, as the first stage in its complete redevelopment gets underway.

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Testing works in preparation for Toll Bar junction improvements

Ahead of works to improve the Toll Bar junction later this year, a series of trial holes need to be dug in the footway and verge at various places near the junction to identify any underground utility equipment as part of the ongoing detailed design work.

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New care facility ready to take the strain off of local hospitals

Grimsby’s very own ‘big build’, masterminded by North East Lincolnshire Council and regeneration partners, ENGIE, has seen a former care home transformed into a facility that will ease pressure on the NHS during the coronavirus crisis.

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Flags flying for the NHS

Flags have been raised today at Remembrance Gate to celebrate the work of those in the NHS and care sectors ahead of this week’s “Clap for Carers”.

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Early works to start on site at Garth Lane

Work to transform a prime Grimsby town centre site is to start, as contractors take all the necessary precautions to comply with COVID-19 safety and hygiene restrictions.

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Moody Lane improvement update

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, have been in discussions with the Moody Lane contractor, CR Reynolds, to revise the works programme due to the COVID-19 impact on the supply chain.

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All households to receive letter from council leader

North East Lincolnshire Council has written to every home in the borough outlining the support and information available to people during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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‘Stay strong and stay at home – lives depend on it’

“We know it’s tough and it will continue to be tough but please stay strong and stay at home. Local lives depend on it.” This is the message today from North East Lincolnshire’s Council Leader, Philip Jackson, and North East Lincolnshire CCG’s senior clinician, Dr Peter Melton.

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Humber Bank Link Road starting to take shape

Changes have been made to the works underway on a multi-million-pound new road, as the impact of the coronavirus crisis continues to be felt across North East Lincolnshire.

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