Planning and Environment

Artist impression of Lincolnshire Lakes
2,500 homes plan approved in major step forward for Lincolnshire Lakes scheme

North Lincolnshire Council’s planning committee has today (Wednesday 31 July 2019) given planning permission for 2,500 new homes, a lake,…

4 weeks ago
Two of the council's electric vehicles
North Lincolnshire Council reduces CO2 emissions by a third in two years – bringing total savings to more than £12m

North Lincolnshire Council has reduced its carbon emissions by more than 6,000 tonnes in the last two years – smashing…

1 month ago
Ward members, the leader of the council and the local MP meet with the Environment Agency in South Ferriby
Flood defence work gathers pace on south Humber bank

A new £12m flood defence is being built on the south Humber bank in North Lincolnshire. Work began in March…

1 month ago
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Council welcomes Government changes on vacant retail units

Retail units can now be converted to offices quickly and cheaply after the introduction of new Government legislation – a…

2 months ago
Appleby to become North Lincolnshire’s first adopted Neighbourhood Plan

The Neighbourhood Plan for Appleby is in the process of being approved and will be the first to be used…

5 months ago
Isle of Axholme Greenway benefits from £10,000 funding

The Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership has created new information boards and benches for visitors to enjoy…

5 months ago
Leader welcomes new South Ferriby flood defences

The Leader of North Lincolnshire Council, Cllr Rob Waltham, has welcomed work starting on new flood defences on the south…

5 months ago
Green light for Kirton in Lindsey’s Neighbourhood Plan

The Neighbourhood Plan for developing Kirton in Lindsey over the next 10 to 15 years has been given the go…

5 months ago
Goxhill consults on first stage of plan for parish

Goxhill is taking the first steps on the road that will see the parish adopt a new planning blueprint for…

6 months ago
Owston Ferry shop owners prosecuted for selling unsafe food

Two men, Abid Rafiq and Mohammed Rafiq, have been prosecuted for selling unsafe food at the Owston Ferry Store, High…

7 months ago
Council invests £9,000 to improve Bottesford Beck footpath

The council is investing £9,000 to resurface the footpath at Bottesford Beck to improve the visitor experience for walkers, cyclists…

9 months ago
New biomass boiler cuts carbon footprint at Riddings

The new biomass boiler installed at Riddings in Scunthorpe will heat the library, pool and leisure facility and cut our…

9 months ago
Students get hands on at Crowle Moors

Students from North Lindsey College are working with the Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership at Crowle Moors…

10 months ago
Council clamps down on illegal disposal of waste in town centre

26 October 2018 North Lincolnshire Council is urging residents and visitors to report businesses who they see using the town…

10 months ago
Council to register Barton open space as village green

26 October 2018 North Lincolnshire Council is designating an area of land known as Top Field, in Barton-upon-Humber, as a…

10 months ago