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Grimsby developments

Garth Lane

New plans for the future of one of Grimsby’s most important historical areas, Garth Lane were approved by the Council’s Cabinet in December 2020. Funding from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (HLEP) and The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local…

St James Square

WORK has started 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. The St James’ Square public realm works in the local Heritage Action Zone…

The Kasbah Remade

A grant scheme is currently available as part of the council’s programme of investment and support for the economic regeneration of Grimsby, though the wider Heritage Action Zone (HAZ) and Town Deal. Partnership Scheme in Conservation Areas (PSiCA)  is…

Great Grimsby Town Deal

In 2018, a new Town Deal partnership deal was sealed, with a number of transformative projects for the Grimsby area. The signing of the Town Deal marked the beginning of a stronger relationship between central government and local partners to…

Latest News from Grimsby

New Garth Lane footbridge under construction

THE huge structures that will together form Garth Lane’s new centrepiece footbridge are being constructed at a specialist workshop. By the end of March, the new bridge will be in position across the River Freshney as the £3.5m grant-funded transformation…

Fishermen’s Memorial Statue returns to St James Square

GRIMSBY’S fishing community and its supporters have welcomed the return of the town’s Fishermen’s Memorial Statue to St James’ Square as the transformation of this key public space reaches its final stages. They have also highlighted the memorial’s importance and…

Wildlife to benefit from Novartis legacy

A LEGACY to Novartis Grimsby will take the shape of a unique wildlife site, which will provide industrial opportunity along the South Humber Bank in the decades ahead. When the pharmaceutical giant leaves the town in December 2021 after 70-years…