North Lincolnshire Council

Transport and Streets

£240,000 to improve safety at busy Isle junction

£240,000 will be invested from the Department for Transport’s Safer Roads Fund to improve the popular Crowle gyratory, where the A18 meets the A161. On average, 25,000 vehicles use the gyratory at Crowle each day. Improvement works on the junction…

2 weeks ago
Litter heroes are needed in North Lincolnshire

North Lincolnshire Council is calling on litter heroes to be part of the pick and join in the 2019 Great British Spring Clean (22 March to 23 April 2019). This year, the biggest ever litter campaign has been extended to…

3 weeks ago
Take care in the snow

North Lincolnshire Council is urging residents to take care in the snow and drive to the conditions of the road. The Met Office has issued a Yellow Warning for snow and ice from 1pm on Thursday 31 January to 9pm…

2 months ago
Council on standby for drop in temperature over weekend

North Lincolnshire Council is geared up ready to respond to the cold weather this weekend in our region. Gritting crews are on standby and will be monitoring the weather round the clock and responding to any situations that might arise.…

2 months ago
Crowle to Goole route named Britain’s Most Improved Road at international awards

A £4million scheme to upgrade a route between Goole and Crowle has won an international award for being Britain’s Most Improved Road. His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent presented the prestigious award to East Riding of Yorkshire Council and…

3 months ago
Helping towns and parishes prepare for wintry weather

In the run up to winter, North Lincolnshire Council is supporting town and parish councils to get ready for when bad weather hits. The council runs a Snow Warden scheme, allowing appointed people to be the eyes and ears of…

4 months ago
Kev to escort children to safety across one of Scunthorpe’s busiest roads

Kev Kennedy (age 65) is the new crossing patrol helping keep children and adults safe at one of Scunthorpe’s busiest junctions, Berkeley Circle. On average, almost 28,000 vehicles pass by Berkeley Circle every day. The area has been without a…

5 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 centre litter bins to dispose of their trade waste illegally. There have been reports from local residents and some businesses…

5 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 village green to protect for future generations. The new village green, measuring over 3.5 acres, sits to the south of…

5 months ago
Volunteer drivers needed to transport children

26 October 2018 The council is looking for reliable and experienced drivers with their own car to volunteer to transport vulnerable children to school and activities. The drivers would support the Children in Care/Need team. If you are interested in…

5 months ago