Other opportunities to have your say in North East Lincolnshire

Suggitts Lane Footbridge

Plans have been approved by North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet for a new accessible footbridge over the railway at Suggitt’s Lane in Cleethorpes. The project will provide a new alternative access over the railway and due to the unique circumstances at Suggitt’s Lane, funding is being provided by Network Rail and the Department for Transport to build the bridge.

The formal planning process will be undertaken after this initial engagement. Images of the proposed footbridge as well as frequently asked questions can be found here.

To have your say about the footbridge, including about how accessible it will be, the colour of the bridge and the antisocial behaviour measures we are planning to put in place, please complete the Suggitt’s Lane survey - external site.

If you need to ask any questions, a survey posting to you or to complete the survey via telephone please call 01472 324249 or send an email to suggitts@nelincs.gov.uk.

The survey closes on 26 March 2021.

Armed Forces Community Survey

North East Lincolnshire is home to thousands of current and ex-serving men and women and their families from across the armed forces. As part of the Council's commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant and together with other key public and private sector organisations, they are constantly seeking ways to strengthen those existing partnerships and help the local armed forces community.  Your responses to this survey will help with this.

https://armedforcescommunity.questionpro.eu.

This consultation closes on 28th April. 

A46 Cycle Lane

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet has accepted £319,000 of Department for Transport funds for cycling improvements on a key route in the borough.

The route, identified through the council’s Cycling and Walking Improvement Plan, stretches from Clee Road at Isaac’s Hill roundabout, along Weelsby Road, up to the Fryston Corner junction and along Laceby Road to the Bradley Crossroads roundabout

Have your say here: https://northeastlincsa46map.commonplace.is

Help Your Fire & Rescue Service

With the University of York, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is undertaking a research project to evaluate its safety visits, known as Safe and Well visits.

Safe and Well visits provide information on staying safe in your home from fire, reducing the chance of falls in the home and ways to prevent social isolation. They are an important part of helping to keep people safe.

The Fire Service are looking for volunteers over the age of 65 to join a people's panel, where they will ask questions about the visits and review information handed out at them. This will be initially via an online meeting through a website app called Zoom. For more information and to take part, please contact by email Rachel Cunningham-Burley rachel.cunningham-burley@york.ac.uk

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Selective Licencing

North East Lincolnshire Council are considering a landlord and tenant friendly Selective Licensing Scheme within parts of the East and West Marsh areas. It’s intended to tackle the issues of crime, anti-social behaviour and poor housing conditions.

They would like to know about the issues you have experienced in these areas, what you think of the proposal as well as the areas suggested for selective licensing. 

To have your say please click the below links:

Residents & the public: https://residents.questionpro.eu

Landlords: https://landlords.questionpro.eu

Supporting documents are available at the following link. The Council are also holding drop-in sessions for landlords and residents. You can find more about these here: https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/consultation-and-surveys/have-your-say

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