Council plan to buy shopping centre out of receivership moves a step closer

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A plan for Freshney Place Shopping Centre in Grimsby to be bought by North East Lincolnshire Council has moved a step closer, following a recommendation of approval at the Council’s Cabinet meeting yesterday [22 June 2022].

The Grimsby centre went into receivership earlier this year, and the deadline for bids for its sale closed on Tuesday. The council has confirmed a bid has been submitted but the final decision to buy the centre must have Full Council approval. The plan will be discussed at a special meeting on July 13.

Councillor Philip Jackson, leader of the Council, said: “It is vital that we take this course of action to make sure we can continue to deliver our transformation of the urban heart of Grimsby. If we don’t

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