Cleethorpes Regeneration Programme

Cleethorpes regeneration programme

Exciting changes are happening in Cleethorpes from January 2019 – follow our journey of transformation. £6.7million of external funding has been secured to invest in the resort up to 2022. Background to the scheme In March 2017, CoastNEL was awarded…

North Prom public art

Background The North Prom is a significant and popular destination with a distinct history and culture of leisure and recreation. It defines an edge, between the Humber Estuary shaped by the forces of nature, and the urban environment of…

Sea Road development (former Waves site)

The first visuals of what a key site in the heart of Cleethorpes could look like are now available. The artist’s impressions depict a vision for the land that sweeps down Sea Road and around the corner onto Central Promenade…

Townscape Heritage Project

About the project A VISION to preserve the buildings that helped to make Cleethorpes one of England’s busiest and best seaside resorts is being realised, thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The Townscape Heritage, (TH) Project, supported by…

Latest news from Cleethorpes

Cleethorpes regeneration programme: Alexandra Road resurfacing

THE final stages of work to reshape the highways and pathways along Cleethorpes’ Alexandra Road takes place later this month with an overnight road closure for complete resurfacing. With just some re-paving left to do under the balconies on the…

Resort’s balconies being surveyed next week

AS work to conserve Cleethorpes’ heritage continues, a second survey is to begin on the resort’s iconic Victorian balconies. Specialists will examine the structures outside six properties along the retail side of Alexandra Road later this month, ensuring they assess…

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…

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…

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…

Townscape Heritage Project

A VISION to preserve the buildings that helped to make Cleethorpes one of England’s busiest and best seaside resorts is being realised, thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The Townscape Heritage, (TH) Project, supported by £1.9m from the National…

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…

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…

Sea Road redevelopment scheme: Demolition starts next week

DEMOLITION is starting at a key site along Cleethorpes sea front, as the first stage in its complete redevelopment gets underway. Contractors from locally based GBM Demolition will move onto the land on the corner of Sea Road on Monday,…

Regeneration works to resume in Cleethorpes

Regeneration works on Alexandra Road in Cleethorpes will resume next week (Monday April 27) having been temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 crisis. With all safety and hygiene measures followed, this restart will allow work to carry on with less…