Residents shape the future of their neighbourhood

Humber residents had their say during a two day consultation about what improvements should be made to make their neighbourhood a better place to live and work.

Shoreline is planning to invest in initiatives and projects which will build safer, stronger communities as part of the organisation’s commitment to ‘creating communities to be proud
of’.

Residents were invited to visit the consultation gazebo where Shoreline employees guided them through a questionnaire designed to find out which issues are most important to them:

Shoreline employees also took the questionnaire out to residents in their homes to give as many people as possible the chance to have their say.

Residents can also complete an online consultation form by visiting www.shorelinehp.com.

The results of the survey will form the basis of the next Neighbourhood Investment Plan, which will be used to plan how improvements will be made in the area.

Shoreline tenant and resident association support officer, Claire Tunstall said: “We want residents to get involved, make suggestions, give us ideas and tell us what is important to them
– this is their chance to have a real impact on improving their community.”

Shoreline’s Neighbourhood Investment Plans are developed with residents and other partners, bringing together months of community consultation. The Plans are the foundation for community
development, incorporating a profile of the neighbourhood and an action plan.

Seven neighbourhoods have already received their investment plans including the Willows, East Marsh, East Marsh high-rise, Immingham, the Grange, West Marsh and Nunsthorpe and Bradley Park as
Shoreline continues to carry out its regeneration work throughout its 15 neighbourhoods within North East Lincolnshire.
 

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