Louth town centre – your thoughts

The engagement has concluded.

The Active Travel experimental trial in Louth ran for 18-months to explore different ways to encourage people to take more time when visiting the centre of the town.

That scheme concluded in September last year and we’ve returned everything to the way it was before the trial started in March 2022.

Now, the Louth Transport Board (the Board) is looking at what can be done next to further boost the middle of the market town and encourage visitors to make the most of the businesses and services there.

Representing Louth residents, businesses, and visitors, the Board is made up of councillor and officer representatives from:

  • Lincolnshire County Council
  • East Lindsey District Council and
  • Louth Town Council

At its meeting of 7 November 2023, the Board discussed results from previous surveys carried out by East Lindsey District Council and Louth Town Council. They also considered options for future alternative use of space in the town centre, and would now like to hear your views and ideas on them.

The Board will use the results as part of the decision-making process about the future of Louth town.

We will publish a report from this engagement on this page and we will update this page with the decisions taken and any next steps that may follow. This might include additional engagement, depending on the decisions made.

Take part in our survey and put a pin on the map to let us know your thoughts on Louth town centre options, and where you’d like to see cycle racks.

The Active Travel experimental trial in Louth ran for 18-months to explore different ways to encourage people to take more time when visiting the centre of the town.

That scheme concluded in September last year and we’ve returned everything to the way it was before the trial started in March 2022.

Now, the Louth Transport Board (the Board) is looking at what can be done next to further boost the middle of the market town and encourage visitors to make the most of the businesses and services there.

Representing Louth residents, businesses, and visitors, the Board is made up of councillor and officer representatives from:

  • Lincolnshire County Council
  • East Lindsey District Council and
  • Louth Town Council

At its meeting of 7 November 2023, the Board discussed results from previous surveys carried out by East Lindsey District Council and Louth Town Council. They also considered options for future alternative use of space in the town centre, and would now like to hear your views and ideas on them.

The Board will use the results as part of the decision-making process about the future of Louth town.

We will publish a report from this engagement on this page and we will update this page with the decisions taken and any next steps that may follow. This might include additional engagement, depending on the decisions made.

Take part in our survey and put a pin on the map to let us know your thoughts on Louth town centre options, and where you’d like to see cycle racks.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This survey will help inform Louth Transport Board of your views on Market Place and wider town centre.

    We really appreciate your time to tell us what you think about the proposals. This survey should only take ten minutes to complete. 

    The map indicates the locations in Louth town centre we will explore with you in the survey.

    A map of Louth town centre


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    Your responses to this survey are intended to be anonymous. When completing open text responses, remember not to include personal or sensitive information. If you are logged in when completing the survey, your user account details will be recorded against your responses in addition to the personal data you provide within the survey. If you do not want your user account details associated with your responses, you should log out of your account before continuing with the survey.

    We only use the information you provide for the purposes of creating a summary report. We will share the report with the Transport Board and we will publish it on this page. We will only ask you to provide the minimum amount of information we need in order to do this.  

    Your information is only shared where necessary and where the law allows it.  We will only keep your information for as long as is necessary, and in line with our retention schedules.   

    For further information on how we process your information, see our privacy notice.

    The engagement has concluded.