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   About Renaissance    Get Involved 5 October 2012
LATEST NEWS
Freeman Street regeneration plans floated
 
Proposals to create a new district centre for economic and community activities in Grimsby's Freeman Street area are being formally aired.
Developers consult on extra 400 homes
 
Plans to add a further 400 homes to development schemes off Humberston Avenue in Grimsby are being consulted on.
Swimming pool site could be sold for development
 
The site of Grimsby's Scartho Swimming Pool could be sold for development once a new leisure centre is built to replace it.
Wind farm base creates 100 jobs
 
Centrica Energy has opened a £3 million new operations and maintenance base at Grimsby docks, creating more than 100 jobs.
Report highlights growth potential
 
Grimsby is among the UK towns and cities best-placed for economic growth, according to a report from an influential think-tank.
£8 million hotel plan for Cleethorpes
 
Hotel giant Whitbread has unveiled plans to build an £8 million Premier Inn at Cleethorpes' Meridian Point site.
Four borough bids make £1 billion fund shortlist
 
Four Regional Growth Fund bids involving North East Lincolnshire have made the government's shortlist for the £1 billion pot.
Council probes potential for stadium development
 
Grimsby Town FC could get a new home as part of local-authority led plans for a new stadium and leisure complex.
Council to sell off unnoccupied buildings
 
North East Lincolnshire is eyeing the sale of some 19 vacant buildings from its property portfolio, with the aim of saving some £238,000 in annual maintenance costs.
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