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.
From The Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner:
Please would you take the survey yourself and share the opportunity with your networks for the forthcoming precept decision on the cost of the Policing element of your council tax. The closing date is 22nd January 2021 – just next week. (Apologies previous email may have said 29th)
The Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Keith Hunter, is asking residents to give their views about police funding in an online survey.
North East Lincolnshire Council is asking residents, businesses and organisations to give their view on the authority’s budget proposals for the next financial year.
An online consultation being launched today (Dec 22nd) is inviting people to have their say on issues and activities important to them in the local area.
“It’s been a hugely difficult year, not only for the our residents and businesses, but for the Council itself and the economic impact will be felt for some years to come,’’ said Cllr Stan Shreeve, Deputy Leader and Cabinet member for Finance and Resources.
North East Lincolnshire Council, Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Navigo and focus independent adult social work are thinking about making some changes to the way we make direct payments, and the way we help people who get direct payments. We are asking people to tell us what they think about our ideas for change.
Together for Childhood is a NSPCC project that brings organisations, agencies and local people across the whole community together to prevent abuse and neglect in families facing adversity, including alcohol and drug misuse, mental health issues and domestic abuse.
Together for Childhood are inviting professionals to take part in a short survey as part of Together for Childhood. The hope is to learn how confident people in a wide range of roles and sectors feel about identifying, responding to and preventing child abuse, and what extra support might be helpful.
For those who are digitally and socially excluded, this is a concerning time as people struggle to access critical online services like finding up-to-date and accurate information, accessing health advice and services, welfare services and buying essentials online.
As part of North East Lincolnshire’s Covid-19 response and recovery, North East Lincolnshire Council want to work with the VCSE sector to develop and understand digital access and skills amongst our communities. If your organisation is providing digital access support of any kind please complete this quick survey – it only takes 2-3 minutes.
Many organisations have come together to re-launch Our Place Our Future, a survey for people who live or work in North East Lincolnshire.
Help us to understand how it feels to live and work in our area, the services that you use and the activities you undertake. What you tell us will help us to measure where you feel things are improving or getting worse, and understand how we can work better with you to tackle challenges and make the most of arising opportunities.
Your views are important and will be used to influence decisions, services and funding bids to help create a better North East Lincolnshire.
This survey can be completed over the phone. Please call 01472 324380 to arrange a suitable time.
This survey closes on 15th February and you can give your views here:
The Phase 3 NHS response to Covid19 letter sent from NHS England/Improvement to all NHS Leaders on 31 July 2020 specifically highlights the need to ensure that digitally enabled care pathways increase inclusion. For the purposes of this research we are calling this and the breadth of digital inclusion initiatives ‘Inclusive Digital Transformation’.
mHabitat* is working with NHSX to find out more about the current picture of ‘Inclusive Digital Transformation’ in a health and care context at an Integrated Care System (ICS)/Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) level and at a local level across the country.
According to the Lloyds Bank Consumer Digital Index 2020 9 million struggle to use digital in the UK and the people most likely to be digitally excluded are also more likely to need health and care services. Barriers are complex and multi-faceted. This complexity means that one size does not fit all and there will be many different approaches and activities.
Inclusive Digital Transformation means purposefully working together to co-design inclusion into digital transformation at a strategic and delivery level to ensure that everyone benefits from digitally enabled health and care.
The first stage of our research is two surveys. We will analyse these surveys and carry out a small number of deep dive interviews. We will be sharing the findings in due course. We hope this information will be useful at a local level and that it will shine a spotlight on good practice and enable useful connections to be made at a local and national level.
Please do complete the relevant surveys and share with appropriate colleagues and networks.
We are inviting local stakeholders to complete a short survey to find out what digital inclusion activities are being delivered at a local level across the country.
We expect the survey to take 5 -10 minutes to complete. The deadline for completing this survey is 11 November 2020. If you want to find out more about us or get in touch go to our website, follow us on twitter or email us at email@example.com
As part of the response to the longer-term impacts of COVID-19, North East Lincolnshire Council is considering hosting a year-long trial of the use of e-scooters on local roads in partnership with the Department for Transport and electric scooter (e-scooter) company, Ginger. We are contacting you today to seek your views regarding this potential trial. It would be greatly appreciated if you could take a few minutes to follow the link https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/YSLQ56W and complete the short survey that will help us develop our response to the Department for Transport.
During the trial, it is proposed that:
E-scooters will be available for hire (for around £2 for 20 minutes hire) from a network of parking sites across the area to registered users aged over 18 with a valid full or provisional driving license.
Access to e-scooters will be via the Ginger mobile phone app.
E-scooters will remain ‘on-hire’ to an individual user until returned to any of the designated parking sites.
E-scooters will be restricted to a maximum of 11.5 mph.
E-scooters will be permitted to use roads with speed limits of 30mph or less only, on-road cycle paths and shared cycle/footways but NOT pedestrian only footways.
The operational area will be limited geographically, so e-scooters will stop working if taken into any defined ‘no-go’ area such as the Victoria Street pedestrianised area in Grimsby town centre.
The trial only covers hire e-scooters and the use of private e-scooters on public roads will remain illegal.
The trial will remain under regular review and your views may be requested periodically throughout this trial period.