Economic Action Plan

We strive to achieve a healthy economy across the District with a skilled workforce that has access to a range of sustainable job opportunities. We also want to ensure that our communities thrive and are attractive places to live, work, and visit.

As part of this process we have launched our East Lindsey Economic Action Plan to capture details on a series of major works that are underway and potential new investments on the horizon that will contribute to increased economic growth and prosperity throughout the District.   

The attached documents set out our commitment to work towards the ambitions of the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership in respect of economic development and to work with both the County Council and the Environment Agency, along with private sector organisations that wish to invest in the District. 

We will coordinate, monitor and manage the programme through a rolling 5 year action plan; maximizing the use of its resources and skills and using the most up to date and robust evidence to assist  in decision making. The delivery partners will take responsibility for their individual projects but will work towards the common objectives.

More information will be available as the projects develop.

In late 2017, areas of Skegness foreshore were awarded 'Registered Park and Garden Status' and the area is now classed as Grade II listed.
In May 2018 we commissioned a feasibility study that will consider the viability of an extension to the Fairfield Industrial Estate in Louth.
In May 2018 we commissioned a feasibility study to look at the creation of exemplar holiday accommodation in Skegness.
We have completed the initial feasibility and business case development work to support the delivery of a new Multi User Path (MUP) through East Lincolnshire.