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Associated British Ports to restore Grimsby docks heritage

Associated British Ports (ABP) historic buildings at the Port of Grimsby are being brought back into use as part of a programme of renovation works.

Twelve buildings have initially been earmarked for requiring urgent work. This list of buildings and required works have been identified from condition surveys undertaken by ABP, Historic England, and North East Lincolnshire Council, as part of grant-funded projects or through other surveys.

Moreover, part of the funding for the first of the buildings to be repaired, building 74 on Wharncliffe Road South, has come from the PSiCA (Partnership Scheme in Conservation Areas) heritage grant worth GB£150,000 (around US$183,000). The scheme is being delivered as part of the Greater Grimsby Heritage Action Zone and it is a joint project between Historic England and North East Lincolnshire Council, with support from Associated British Ports (ABP).

Louise Brennan, regional director (Midlands) for Historic England commented, "We are very pleased to be able to support ABP in arresting the decline of Building 74 and carrying out repairs. It is a key building in the Kasbah conservation area. The huge success of the recent Heritage Open Day shows the interest the people of Grimsby have in the historic docks and the progress made to regenerate the area."

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