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New Garth Lane footbridge receives planning permission

GRIMSBY’S new Garth Lane footbridge will start to take shape in December as detailed work begins on its construction. With delivery and installation due in the spring, planning permission has now been passed by North East Lincolnshire Council, giving the…

8 months ago
Corporation Bridge in Grimsby
Grimsby Heritage Projects: what’s happening with them?

THE reinvention of a notable Grimsby building into a multi-million-pound Youth Zone is the key piece of a jigsaw puzzle, which is being completed as part of the town’s new Heritage Action Zone (HAZ). Those behind the HAZ have welcomed…

9 months ago
Grimsby’s future plans approved at Cabinet

SEVEN major projects in the heart of Grimsby will be put forward to receive a slice of £25m Government cash, which has been ringfenced for investment as part of the Towns Fund. Councillors have approved plans today (14 October) for…

10 months 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 year ago
Grimsby town centre receives multi-million pound regeneration boost

Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick visits Grimsby to announce over £3.5 million of new investment for the town Total investment now over £90 million to help reach targets of over 8,000 new jobs and nearly 10,000 new homes in Grimsby On…

1 year ago
Garth Lane ground investigations

THE reinvention of a popular area of Grimsby town centre into an attractive public and green space starts this month, with survey work beginning in the Garth Lane area and along the River Freshney. Specialists in ecology and the natural…

1 year ago
Aerial View of Grimsby docks from the Historic England Archive
Grimsby’s changing landscape

PICTURES showing the change in Grimsby’s industrial and domestic landscape have been used to compile a unique report charting the town’s fortunes over more than a century. Using rarely seen images from the archives of Historic England, the report offers…

2 years ago
archaeologists standing in a trench at Garth Lane
Archaeological finds at Garth Lane

A COIN pendant, pottery, brick and tiles were amongst the historic finds discovered by archaeologists excavating in trenches alongside the River Freshney. Prior to work starting to transform the Garth Lane area, the town’s real life ‘time team’ was drafted…

2 years ago
People walking across Garth Lane footbridge
Garth Lane scheme approved at Cabinet

New plans for the future of one of Grimsby’s most important historical areas, Garth Lane have been approved by the Council’s Cabinet yesterday (16 December). Funding from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (HLEP) and The Ministry of Housing, Communities and…

2 years ago
People walking across Garth Lane footbridge
Garth Lane scheme at Cabinet

North East Lincolnshire’s Cabinet is set to discuss the future of one of Grimsby’s most important historical areas, Garth Lane, at its meeting on 16 December. Funding from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (HLEP) and The Ministry of Housing, Communities…

2 years ago
Archaeological dig site in Grimsby
Archaeological dig starts in Grimsby this week

ARCHEOLOGISTS will be arriving in Grimsby town centre this week to start exploratory work on land that may contain historic artefacts dating back to Anglo-Saxon times. As previously reported, the area around the River Freshney basin will be transformed as…

2 years ago
People walking across Garth Lane footbridge
Future of Garth Lane footbridge and public spaces

As reported recently, one of Grimsby’s most important historical areas is set to be transformed – and the people of the town are being asked for their help in shaping its future. The council has launched a consultation and is…

2 years ago
Future of Garth Lane footbridge

One of Grimsby’s most important historical areas is set to be transformed – and the people of the town are being asked for their help in shaping its future. North East Lincolnshire Council will launch an engagement exercise this month…

2 years ago
Transforming the Kasbah

AN AMBITIOUS vision to transform the Kasbah area of Grimsby Docks, which once served the world’s biggest fishing port, into a thriving cultural, business and enterprise quarter is kick-started today as a grant scheme with a million-pound funding pot is…

2 years ago
Grimsby regeneration kickstarted with multi-million pound boost

Government announces next phase of Grimsby Town Deal, awarding an extra £3.75 million to kickstart major regeneration plans for town centre, with new plans including a brand-new Youth Zone Town Deal is a key part of Government’s modern Industrial Strategy…

2 years ago