Grimsby Town centre is in the middle of significant change.
There’s been a lot of work done in Grimsby Town Centre over the last few years, including the redesign of St James Square and the new Garth Lane Bridge and surrounding development of the waterfront.
And there’s more on the way, with plans being devised around the enhancement of Top Town Market and provision of the leisure facilities, changes to the Riverhead area coming forward, the potential purchase of Freshney Place and what that might mean, and the associated bid for funding for a transport hub in the town centre.
North East Lincolnshire Council regularly run surveys about the town centre, and it helps us keep a pulse on public opinion about the area. It’s a space that is used by many people across the borough and your views are used to help us improve the physical environment through funding bids and develop strategies for reducing antisocial behaviour and designing out crime.
The Council and Humberside Police are looking for people who live, work and visit Grimsby Town Centre to give us their views about how the town centre feels at the moment.
So, if you live or work in Grimsby Town Centre, please take a few minutes to complete the survey.