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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 2020.

Funding from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (HLEP) and The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government supported delivery of the project.

The Garth Lane project has now been completed, and the area has been transformed with new artwork, improved public spaces, new lighting and seating. New tiered landscaping has also been created from the bridge down to the river basin and work to improve the water quality and protect wildlife is underway.

The project is part of the Town Deal, which aims to reconnect Grimsby town centre with its waterfront. Other plans are already underway for the Garth Lane site and West Haven Maltings, including the new Youth Zone.

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