Tell us what you think about open spaces, sport and recreation facilities Residents are being asked to share their views on North Lincolnshire’s existing open spaces, sport and recreation facilities to help shape future plans.
Your views will help North Lincolnshire Council assess the quality, quantity and accessibility of the facilities, and how often they are used.
This engagement covers everything from woodlands and nature reserves to playing fields, play areas and skate parks.
Cllr Rob Waltham (Brigg & Wolds), Leader of North Lincolnshire Council, said: “We have a wide range of sport and recreation facilities across North Lincolnshire and lots of open spaces. To ensure they meet the needs of residents’ we are asking for their views. The outcome of the engagement will support any decisions made in the future to improve services the services we provide.”
You can have your say online at www.northlincs.gov.uk/current-consultations.
The engagement ends on Monday 12 February 2018.
This engagement forms part of the development of North Lincolnshire’s new Local Plan.
PICTURED ABOVE: A super bird's eye picture of Brigg Recreation Ground by Neil Stapleton. North Lincolnshire Council has refurbished this facility, adding a 'Blue Astro' all-weather pitch and adjoining courts, plus a fine changing room block.
|The large expanse of public open space on York Road, Brigg. This was originally earmarked as the site of the town's new primary school but it was eventually built off Atherton Way.|
|A recent wet day at the Donkey Field play area between Almond Grove and Atherton Way, Brigg.|
|The Woodbine Park play area between Brigg Town Football Club's Hawthorns ground and South View Avenue.|
|The play area between King's Avenue and Bigby Road, Brigg - donated to the town decades ago and still known to some us as The Davy Memorial Park. It is now managed by North Lincolnshire Council.|
|Holland Park, off Station Road, Brigg.|