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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It comes just days after North Tyneside Council's cabinet agreed to declare a climate change emergency as the council presses on with its commitment to halve its carbon footprint.
Last year North Tyneside Council, Newcastle City Council and Gateshead Council were rapped by DEFRA over dangerous levels of pollution.
The latest phase of the programme, led by North Tyneside Council , has involved the demolition of a former police station and temporary housing centre in Wallsend to make way for 41 new properties.
Almost 800 jackets will be manufactured by the company which will then be installed in 12 of the local authority's leisure centres across North Tyneside.
The site also offers maximum flexibility; advanced manufacturing units at Swans can be designed and delivered to tenants' requirements, thanks to a development partnership between North Tyneside Council and Kier Property.
This is further step forward in North Tyneside College's efforts to develop a Centre of Vocational Excellence (CoVE) in mechatronics.
The same data reveals that 18.7% of North Tyneside adults engage in binge drinking, higher than the national average of 16.5%.
Figures show that the growth in cycling in North Tyneside over the last decade had been the highest in Tyne and Wear, with the number of journeys made by bicycle having increased by 250% between 2004 and 2015.
Under the new contract, which started this week (26 March 2014), Lovell will provide repairs and maintenance services to the consortium which is undertaking the Au300 million Quality Homes for Older People initiative with North Tyneside Council.
Mr Marsden, 55, has been at North Tyneside since 2002.
The 14th annual event, organised by North Tyneside Council, was an Easter sell-out, with 2,200 fun runners and competitive athletes keen to tackle one of Britain's most scenic but challenging road races.
Health leaders say no final decisions have been made and are now urging residents in the area to have their say on how the future of healthcare in North Tyneside is shaped.

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