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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 nearly £4million from the Coastal Communities Fund. The projects developed will enhance key areas, provide new facilities and deliver events in the resort.

Key elements of the project include:

  • £3.3million – to improve the public realm and introduce public art at key sites in the town
  • £332K – on enhancing the current events programme to help extend the season in the resort.
  • A visitor economy specialist to deliver business support in the form of coaching, mentoring and advice to businesses on customer service, technology, business planning, diversification and marketing.

The CoastNEL team who successfully led the bid, is a partnership of local business people, arts, heritage and tourism groups and the local authority.

Enquiries

If you have any enquiries please send an email to cleethorpesregeneration@nelincs.gov.uk or call 01472 324492.

   

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