North Tyneside

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North Tyneside

a unitary authority of NE England, in Tyne and Wear. Pop.: 190 800 (2003 est.). Area: 84 sq. km (32 sq. miles)
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The project will enhance shopping, create hundreds of jobs and provide youth employmentCoun Frank Lott
Good public transport is absolutely essential to everyone living and working in North Tyneside," said North Tyneside councillor Frank Lott, "I hope as many people as possible take the opportunity to come along and give their views.
FRANK LOTT, Cabinet Member for Economic Development & Transport, North Tyneside Council
Coun Frank Lott, cabinet member for economic development, said: "We know that unnecessary delays can be a real cause of frustration for motorists and people using public transport.
Coun Frank Lott said: "We were determined to keep any price rises as low as possible while making sure Metro has the funds to meet its operating costs, and we have been able to deliver that.
Coun Frank Lott, cabinet member responsible for economic development, including transport and highways, said: "Extensive consultation has been carried out with residents, local councillors, utility companies, Nexus and bus operators about this investment and I'm pleased to say there has been significant support for the scheme.
Coun Frank Lott, North Tyneside Council's Cabinet member with responsibility for Business Support said: "We are totally committed to supporting and encouraging enterprise across the borough, and The Business Factory continues to be instrumental in doing this.
Coun Frank Lott, cabinet member responsible for economic development, said: "It's vital that these essential works are carried out to improve the road network in the area.
Coun Frank Lott, North Tyneside Council's T cabinet member responsible for economic development, said: "It's a major coup for North Tyneside that Siemens has chosen to locate its TCustomer Support Centre at Cobalt bringing more jobs to the borough.
Councillor Frank Lott, Cabinet Member responsible for Economic Development, including Transport and Highways said: "We appreciate that some local residents have expressed concerns about the route and we have done all we can to address these issues.
Councillor Frank Lott, North Tyneside Council's Cabinet member responsible for Economic Development, said the artworks would improve the vitality of the town centre.
Councillor Frank Lott, Cabinet Member for Economic Development, said: "This is an exciting opportunity for us all to bring an extra dimension of support to budding business people in North Tyneside, reaching out into the community and promoting the benefits of self employment.