Grimsby News

Letters from Grimsby

HOW are things written around Grimsby, what style of lettering catches your eye and are there logos or signs on buildings that mean something to you? If so, get involved in #LettersFromGrimsby and inspire artist Adrian Riley as he helps…

1 week ago
Vision for Grimsby’s town centre future revealed

A PUBLIC and private partnership between North East Lincolnshire Council and the owners of Freshney Place is bidding for £25 million of Government cash to transform part of Grimsby Town Centre. The government has created the Future High Streets Fund…

2 weeks ago
Picture of Annabel McCourt
Local artists appointed to work on the St James Square project

BORN in the former Nunsthorpe Maternity Hospital and raised in Grimsby, talented international artist Annabel McCourt is delighted and proud to be working on a major project in the heart of the town. Annabel is one of two artists selected…

3 weeks ago
Wildlife and industry, side by side

RARE nesting birds, a herd of Hereford yearling cattle, and even the odd deer or two – an increasing variety of animals are existing happily side-by-side at the South Humber Bank’s award-winning mitigation wildlife site. Those in charge are particularly…

4 weeks ago
Being ‘Loyal to Local’ has never been more important

The businesses that make up our local high streets, offices, business parks and industrial sites, along with the thousands of self-employed traders, and entrepreneurs across the area are essential to the future of our towns and villages. As slowly but…

4 weeks ago
North East Lincolnshire gears up for reopening

North East Lincolnshire town centre businesses and organisations are working together to create safe spaces for visitors and customers. High street shops and shopping centres are set to re-open on Monday, (June 15) as part of the Government’s plan to…

1 month ago
Ice Factory roof to be assessed

GRIMSBY’S Grade 2* listed Ice Factory building is to undergo a vital roof assessment, as work to facilitate its multi-million-pound regeneration continues. Historic England has awarded North East Lincolnshire Council, which is working with GGIFT (Great Grimsby Ice Factory Trust),…

1 month ago
St James’ Square start on site

WORK will start on Monday, 8 June, on a £1.5m transformation of Grimsby’s St James’ Square, with plans that centre on creating a family-friendly space in the heart of the town. As final preparations are made for the re-construction of…

1 month ago
COVID-19: Discretionary grants for business – scheme open

As part of the response to the COVID-19 emergency, Government has announced various grants and loans available to help fund small businesses. The latest is a discretionary fund for local authorities to administer to locally. This additional fund is aimed…

1 month ago
Get involved in the Garth Lane project in Grimsby

CREATIVE work is set to shape a new bridge in the heart of Grimsby – and those behind the scheme want you to help decide on the themes that will be used. Meanwhile work is also starting on the carving…

1 month ago
Stallingborough site from the air
Advance notice: Major project to open up the access to Stallingborough business park starts on site in June

WORK to create access to a new multi-million-pound business park will begin early next month as the next phase of major improvements to the A1173 near Immingham begins. With the first phase at the CATCH roundabout just needing resurfacing before…

2 months ago
Take a walk around Grimsby’s Heritage Action Zone

GRIMSBY’S history, on which a ‘Great’ town was built, is playing an integral role in multi-million-pound regeneration plans. Famed as a fishing port in the 1950s, it was the busiest and largest in the world and during that period the…

2 months ago
NELC Planning Committee approves waste-to-jet-fuel plant

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Planning Committee has approved plans for the UK’s first commercial waste-to-jet-fuel plant. The proposed Altalto Immingham plant is to convert hundreds of thousands of tonnes per year of non-recyclable everyday household and commercial waste, otherwise destined…

2 months ago
Construction of the new Stallingborough business park starts on site

A MAJOR milestone in North East Lincolnshire’s industrial transformation was taken this week as work started on a multi-million-pound build at the new Stallingborough Business Park. With flagship tenants, booming Lincolnshire firm myenergi, relocating to the new building the groundworks…

2 months ago
myenergi: the new tenants for Stallingborough Business Park

THE world’s renewable energy charge is being pioneered by two North East Lincolnshire entrepreneurs, who have grown a multi-million-pound business in just four years. In doing so, the founders of myenergi have placed this area at the forefront of the…

2 months ago
River survey this week in Grimsby

SPECIALIST survey work is taking place on a short stretch of the River Freshney this week, to determine how the riverside section of the West Haven Maltings buildings can be stabilised. Contractors, who will ensure they do not disturb the…

2 months ago
Painting a picture of Great Grimsby’s past and what its future holds

A ‘shout-out’ is being made for people to get involved in a new heritage and contemporary arts project as part of the town’s regeneration work. From today, individuals, groups and schools are being invited to register their interest in the…

2 months ago
White Palm on the North Promenade
Specialist fabrication company sought to build the White Palm

One of Britain’s best known tourist resorts is looking to team up with specialist contractors to build an iconic new structure to drive tourism. The White Palm is a proposal by Wolfgang Weileder for a new large-scale public sculpture for…

2 months ago
Big win for the SHIIP mitigation site

Work on a unique industrial and wildlife project in North East Lincolnshire has been rewarded with a prestigious national award, with judges praising their work as a blueprint for others to follow. The South Humber Gateway Mitigation Strategy, part of…

2 months ago
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. The last few weeks have seen many businesses in across the area look at their operations…

2 months ago