The Heartland Magazine news page ran until Monday 16 September 2013. For further news on regeneration developments in the borough, visit the Council's website.
Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has been awarded more than £110 million in European Union funding to stimulate growth in the region's economy
Updated proposals to build an 80-room Holiday Inn Express hotel in the centre of Grimsby have been submitted to North East Lincolnshire Council.
The owners of North East Lincolnshire's flagship business park are set to begin developing a new phase of the site.
Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has appointed Kishor Tailor as its new chief executive.
A reinforced concrete floating pontoon has arrived in Grimsby as the latest instalment of Associated British Ports' £26 million River Terminal development.
The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has announced wide-ranging changes to the private-sector membership of its board, including the introduction of two new vice chairs.
North East Lincolnshire Council has selected Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering to deliver Grimsby's Freeman Street regeneration project.
Proposals have been submitted for a 385-home development on a 26.3ha site, dubbed Millennium Park, off Humberston Avenue in Grimsby.
The 44.5ha former Huntsman Tioxide chemicals plant in Grimsby is being marketed for redevelopment - potentially as a base for the renewable energy industry.