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Regeneration

Regeneration

Our vision is to regenerate and increase prosperity in North Lincolnshire and we are committed to attracting business investment and creating employment opportunities for all ages.

Through regeneration, North Lincolnshire Council is committed to improving North Lincolnshire's buildings, its economy, and its communities - as a place to live, work and visit.

Projects range from multi-million pound transformational projects such as Lincolnshire Lakes and the South Humber Gateway, to the refurbishment of village halls.

Attracting business both foreign and organic is also important to the regeneration of North Lincolnshire. Through regeneration and development come business and investment opportunities which in turn help our economy grow and flourish.

To help with the marketing of North Lincolnshire as a place to Invest we have created a dedicated website 

Visit our Invest in North Lincolnshire website

  • Invest in North Lincolnshire What makes North Lincolnshire such a compelling investment proposition? We can offer the sectors, the talent, the premises and the access to customers, markets and supply chains
  • LEADER Funding ProgrammeThe LEADER programme of funding is part of the Rural Development Programme for England and aims to improve the rural areas of Northern Lincolnshire
  • Crowle Market PlaceCrowle has seen the completion of a major £3m redevelopment of the market place thanks to the Crowle Market Place Delivery Group, North Lincolnshire Council and Yorkshire Forward.
  • Lincolnshire LakesThis transformational project aims to deliver a high quality residential, business and recreation environment centered around a unique and breathtaking network of vast lakes, natural water bodies.
  • Humber University Technical CollegeThe proposed Humber University Technical College will play a major role in preparing young people in the region for opportunities in the engineering industry.
  • SSE Keadby Wind-Farm Community FundA WIND farm developer has brought a 34-turbine site to North Lincolnshire and has pledged more than £8.5 million for community projects.
  • Viable and Vibrant Places Pilot GrantNorth Lincolnshire Council has launched the £200,000 Viable and Vibrant Places Fund to support the regeneration of Scunthorpe town centre. The funding will support the council's vision for...