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

St James Square and Grimsby Minster are key features in the town centre and part of the town’s rich heritage. Together with the surrounding buildings, they create a tranquil and enclosed green space which is ideal for hosting open air…

The Kasbah Remade

Two grant schemes are 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

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…

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…

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…