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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Speaking at North Tyneside Council's Cabinet meeting on Monday night, Deputy Mayor Councillor Bruce Pickard said: "The Business Factory has been hugely successful and we're incredibly proud of the support we have given local people and businesses.
Speaking at North Tyneside Council's Cabinet meeting, Deputy Mayor Councillor Bruce Pickard said: "The Business Factory has been hugely successful and we're incredibly proud of the support we have given local people and businesses.
"If this is approved, how can objections and opposition proposals be accurately put together?" Labour's deputy mayor, Coun Bruce Pickard, said the Tories' proposals for this year's budget had been 'reckless' and posed a significant risk to the council's financial stability, as the authority would have been 'left at the mercy of unknown demand for adult social care'.
Labour's deputy mayor, Coun Bruce Pickard, said that the Tory's proposals for this year's budget had been 'reckless' and posed a significant risk to the council's financial stability, as the authority would have been 'left at the mercy of unknown demand for adult social care'.
A lot of gone all the the goal to get for North Bruce Pickard, deputy mayor, said the council had listened to residents' concerns about protecting the environment and increasing the capacity of infrastructure.
Bruce Pickard, deputy mayor of North Tyneside, said there was a small number of objectors to the proposals but that they did not reflect the community as a whole.
"If this is approved, how can objections and opposition proposals be accurately put together?" Labour's deputy mayor, Coun Bruce Pickard, said that the Tories' proposals for this year's budget had been 'reckless' and posed a significant risk to the council's financial stability, as the authority would have been 'left at the mercy of unknown demand for adult social care'.
North Tyneside's deputy mayor, Coun Bruce Pickard, said: "Around PS150m is being invested in North Tyneside's highways to make it easier to get around as well as improve road safety.
Unlike Newcastle, Gateshead and South Tyneside, North Tyneside has opted for a mayoral system, so Norma Redfearn is technically in charge and Bruce Pickard is deputy mayor.
Deputy mayor Bruce Pickard said the council had listened to residents' concerns about protecting the environment and increasing the capacity of infrastructure.
North Tyneside Council's deputy mayor Bruce Pickard has defended the authority against claims its allowances rise decision, is now impacting on its ability to pay for front-line services.
Coun Bruce Pickard, deputy mayor and new chairman of the Retail Centres Task Group, said: "Whitley Bay Big Local and the Whitley Bay Chamber of Trade got in touch to ask if we could help support the town by providing some free park ing in the runup to Christ mas.