In July this year, Government signed up to the Greater Grimsby Town Deal proposals worth around £67m. These proposals, over time, will realise more than 8800 new jobs and nearly 10000 new homes in the borough.
In the last few years, there have been various schemes delivered in the town centre, from the £6m Cartergate building development, to improved highways and street furniture, and more are already in development as part of the Masterplan for the town centre.
As part of including residents and businesses to be part of the Town Deal, we’d like your views on some of the proposals for the town centre, access issues, and things that could be developed to encourage more visitors.
There’s seven questions to follow. If you don’t have a view, please just skip the question.
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