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Old March 16th, 2011, 06:07 PM   #81
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The proposed library/community centre has won it's appeal. The future of the Dome will be decided on April 11th when the preferred bidder is decided.
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The proposed library/community centre has won it's appeal. The future of the Dome will be decided on April 11th when the preferred bidder is decided.
Good to hear that common sense has prevailed at last, after all, everything in Whitley Bay does not revolve around 'God Car'
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Old March 16th, 2011, 07:02 PM   #83
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Good to hear that common sense has prevailed at last, after all, everything in Whitley Bay does not revolve around 'God Car'
The council leaders were very much in favour of this ( to my knowledge came up with the project) however it was rejected because of "transport issues" from the opposition, which was really just party politics. I have to say the current North Tyneside council leaders are pretty good at developments, yes they were against the Tynemouth station supermarket but that was because most of the responses they got back were against it. So in reality all they were doing was actually listening to the local community.At the moment I have complete faith on North Tyneside council, something that I haven't for a long time, the Conservatives on a national level though need to sort few things out though.
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I see the Planning Application for the demolition of the Health Centre on Cauldwell Lane, Monkseaton and construction of a new Medical Centre, with integral Retail Pharmacy Unit and car park has been withdrawn.

Just noticed that a new Planning Application was submitted under ref 11/00037/FUL
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Old March 18th, 2011, 03:33 PM   #85
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Whitley Bay gets major development boost
by Sonia Sharma, Evening Chronicle, March 18th 2011


WORK will start soon on a major town centre development after campaigners finally won the go-ahead.

The multi-million pound scheme involves building a joint service centre on the old Whitley Bay Coliseum site in Whitley Bay, next to the Fire Station pub.

The development will include a library, tourist information service, a people’s network giving online access, payment kiosks where the public can pay their rent and council tax, better access to Primary Care Trust psychological therapy services and flexible community activity space.

The future of the project was put in doubt last year after North Tyneside Council’s planning committee refused the proposals drawn up by NNT LIFTCo, a partnership between the Primary Care Trust and council.

The committee voted 11-10 against the scheme, blaming lack of parking, pedestrian safety and over-development of the site. NNT LIFTCo appealed the decision and the case went before a planning inspectorate. Now the team has won the appeal, allowing the project to progress further.


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Old March 19th, 2011, 02:36 AM   #86
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After having a little wonder in Whitley Bay before work today to see how far along the new road is coming. Anyway I was surprised to see that what I thought was a holding area for the equipment to be held was in fact a separate development. Anyway surprise surprise this development is in fact a mini water park next to Park Avenue park.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/tyne/hi/...00/9410674.stm

http://www.gforcemag.com/2011/news-w...ds-water-park/
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The Old Coop store is being split into two separate units as was planned, and Getta sandwich is opening up in one of those units while the other is still vacant. Getta sandwich is a North Eastern family run business with a few shops, including one in Hexham.
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The Old Coop store is being split into two separate units as was planned, and Getta sandwich is opening up in one of those units while the other is still vacant. Getta sandwich is a North Eastern family run business with a few shops, including one in Hexham.
I bet SUBWAY are happy about that - odd proposal when you consider the number of existing outlets selling food on the hoof in Whitley Bay
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Old March 24th, 2011, 06:32 PM   #89
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Any thoughts on the Whitley Bay Dome road detour, and have the council actually revealed how much it will cost?

I cannot for the life of me figure out how this development can be beneficial and the cost justified, as Whitely Bay will still largely remain a decaying resort. Did this scheme go out to tender at all? I'd be interested to know if there's any links between the contractor/contractor owner and those that signed it off.
The cost of the road detour will be passed onto the winning bidder for the Dome, so will the cost of the new public space opened in front of the Dome thanks to the roar re-route. The public space will be owned by the Dome operators but the space will be open to the public. This is why designs/plans for the open space haven't been submitted yet. The operator chosen to operate the Dome will be made on April the 11th.
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Monkseaton Medical Centre

I see the developers of the proposed Monkseaton Medical Centre in Cauldwell Lane have won their appeal against North Tyneside Council - see this press release from Jon Tweddell Planning Ltd @ http://jontweddell.co.uk/press_release_march_2011_a.pdf

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North East Council Proven to be Unreasonable in Planning Appeal

Jon Tweddell Planning Ltd (JTPL) has been successful in winning a Planning Appeal on behalf of their Client, MediX Property and Ansley Developments (MPAD) for a new Medical Centre and Pharmacy at Monkseaton Medical Centre, Whitley Bay.

North Tyneside Council originally refused the planning application, contrary to their Planning Officers advice. The application was refused on design and parking grounds. In the Appeal submission, lodged by JTPL, the Appellants argued that they would deliver a well designed, high quality replacement building with additional parking.

The existing site already contains a Medical Centre but is not fit for purpose following a large increase in the Centre’s patient list. A new, modern facility, with a new pharmacy is required to cater for the existing patients.

The existing car park has 10 parking spaces while the new one would have 37 plus a 4 bay drop-off/ambulance bay.

JTPL also pursued a costs claim against the Council and argued that they had been unreasonable in refusing the planning application because their refusal reasons were without foundation. The Secretary of State agreed, and granted an Order for a full award of Costs.

Commenting after the decisions were issued, Jon Tweddell, Managing Director of JTPL stated that ‘MPAD and the Architects, Koru Property Services Ltd, spent a lot of time and effort putting together a planning application and were able to gain the support of the Council’s Planning and Highways Officers. For the Council to then refuse permission, without giving good reason, is unacceptable and unreasonable, and explains why costs claim was successful.’ It is expected that the Medical Centre will be constructed later this year.
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PRESS RELEASE FROM NORTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL MARCH 1


A major scheme by North Tyneside Council to improve parking in Tynemouth Front Street gets underway next week.

The £100,000 project will result in a greater turnover of parking spaces, better traffic flows, a safer pedestrian environment and an improved road surface.
I see that during these works some human remains have been found.

This from the News Guardian @ http://www.newsguardian.co.uk/news/l...crew_1_3240490

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Contractors carrying out improvement works made the grim discovery just after 5pm on Tuesday.

Police officers were called out, and they have taken the bones away for further forensic examination.

A police spokesperson said: “Police have secured the scene and inquiries are under way.

“At this stage, it is too early to provide further details.

“However, officers believe these are very old human bones, and no foul play is suspected
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News Guardian - Diversion on road to ruin, claim councillors

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A NEW route dubbed the road to nowhere has sparked a dispute about its construction costs.

Work is still taking place on the £1.7m link diverting traffic around the Spanish City site in Whitley Bay – but opposition councillors on North Tyneside Council claim the project is on the road to ruin.

They have called for questions to be asked about progress on the road, claiming normal council procedures have not been applied.

Labour group leader Coun Jim Allan says the authority has used exemption certificates to set up contracts with sub-contractors to complete works on site, allowing it, he claims, to suspend its usual value-for-money tendering process.
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Council fined in Whitley Bay planning mess
by Sara Nichol, Evening Chronicle, April 6th 2011



A CASH-STRAPPED council has been ordered to pay up to £10,000 for acting “unreasonably” when it turned its own planning application down.

Work is now under way to build a multi-million pound centre on the old Whitley Bay Coliseum site, next to the Fire Station pub, on York Road.

The building will house services such as a library, tourist information and computer access for the public.

But the development only got the go-ahead through an appeal after North Tyneside planning committee refused the initial application, submitted by NNT LIFTCo, a partnership between the Primary Care Trust and council.

Now, the local authority has been ordered to cough up costs of up to £10,000 after it was deemed to have acted unreasonably in coming to their decision.

At an initial hearing, the committee voted 11-10 against the scheme, blaming lack of parking, pedestrian safety and over-development of the site. NNT LIFTCo appealed the decision and the case went before the planning inspectorate, who rejected concerns about inadequate parking and pedestrian safety.

Prism Planning, who acted on behalf of NNT LIFTCo, have now also been awarded costs by an inspector, appointed by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. The inspector stated the council’s position was “not substantiated” in relation to parking and they had behaved “unreasonably” in that it had not produced relevant evidence on appeal to support its decision.


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Old April 6th, 2011, 06:03 PM   #94
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by Sara Nichol, Evening Chronicle, April 6th 2011

A CASH-STRAPPED council has been ordered to pay up to £10,000 for acting “unreasonably” when it turned its own planning application down.

Work is now under way to build a multi-million pound centre on the old Whitley Bay Coliseum site, next to the Fire Station pub, on York Road.

The building will house services such as a library, tourist information and computer access for the public.

But the development only got the go-ahead through an appeal after North Tyneside planning committee refused the initial application, submitted by NNT LIFTCo, a partnership between the Primary Care Trust and council.

Now, the local authority has been ordered to cough up costs of up to £10,000 after it was deemed to have acted unreasonably in coming to their decision.

At an initial hearing, the committee voted 11-10 against the scheme, blaming lack of parking, pedestrian safety and over-development of the site. NNT LIFTCo appealed the decision and the case went before the planning inspectorate, who rejected concerns about inadequate parking and pedestrian safety.

Prism Planning, who acted on behalf of NNT LIFTCo, have now also been awarded costs by an inspector, appointed by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. The inspector stated the council’s position was “not substantiated” in relation to parking and they had behaved “unreasonably” in that it had not produced relevant evidence on appeal to support its decision.
And who will pay the £10k?, yes the CASH-STRAPPED taxpayers of North Tyneside
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Old April 9th, 2011, 01:48 PM   #95
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100 Beach Huts at Whitley Bay

I see that Beach Hut Resorts are proposing to locate 100 Beach Huts on the North Promenade, Whitley Bay for a 6 months period in each year. They have recently submitted an application - Certificate of Lawfulness for the stationing of 100 beach huts for up to 6 months a year @ 11/00070/CLPROP
http://publicaccess.northtyneside.go...rchtype=WEEKLY

The Application has been refused and the project will require Planning Permission.

Of course it makes you think back to the days when there were Beach Huts for hire in Whitley Bay, long gone....
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Old April 18th, 2011, 05:25 PM   #96
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Hillheads Community Church

I see that plans are afoot for the erection of a building on the now cleared Chauffeur House site on Kingsley Avenue. This is the plot next to the LAST ORDERS pub and used to be Whitley Bay Ambulance Station.

Application is with North Tyneside Council under Ref 10/00831/FUL - see web site @ http://publicaccess.northtyneside.go...=L0960JBHDX000

The application dates from 2010 but there has been some recent exchanges with the Planning Department - Discharge of conditions 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12 from application 10/00831/FUL @ http://publicaccess.northtyneside.go...rchtype=WEEKLY

Looks an interesting use of the vacant plot, see photographs below:









Of course it makes you wonder about society when there was such an outcry when there was a change of use of the former Residents Club for a religious establishment.
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I see Beach Hut Resorts have a Planning Application in with North Tyneside Council for the installation of 6 "demountable" Beach Huts in King Edward Bay, Tynemouth - 11/00821/FUL @ http://publicaccess.northtyneside.go...rchtype=WEEKLY

From the Design & Access Statement by Kensington & Partners:

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The location of the site is the vacant plot at the bottom of Kind Edwards Bay. This area is very popular with Beach users all year round but more so during the summer months. There are limited facilities for these users and this development aims to encourage further use of the beach as well as to support existing users by providing safe secure temporary storage and change facilities.

We believe that construction of these beach huts will provide much needed amenity to local beach users, such as surfers, kite surfers, sea kayakers etc providing a safe

The site at King Edwards Bay is 0.0076 hectares and will support a minimum of 6No. day stay beach huts. The huts are 1760mm x 3020mm, measured externally, and can be easily carried to site and erected as needed.
The demountable Beach Huts are not mechanically fixed to the ground. They can be carried to site and erected at any time and removed and stored off site. There will be no encroachment on the surrounding landscape.

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A similar application for Beach Huts at Cullercoats is also with NT Council under reference 11/00819/FUL - http://publicaccess.northtyneside.go...rchtype=WEEKLY

Amazing 'what goes around, comes around' - I can still remember when there were numerous beach huts on the North East Coast, all of which were demolished and done away with - now they are returning
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Plans for Spanish City Dome are ready to go ahead
by Tony Henderson, The Journal, April 28th 2011


THE developer for a long-awaited multi-million pound seafront regeneration scheme was revealed yesterday.

North Tyneside Council confirmed that its preferred bidder for the redevelopment of Whitley Bay’s Spanish City site is Robertson Construction, a national firm which has a North East base at Monkton Business Park in Hebburn in South Tyneside.

The £20m-plus scheme is of particular interest for Robertson Construction North East managing director Andy McLeod, who grew up in Whitley Bay and lives in Tynemouth.

Councillors agreed that the scheme – comprising a family entertainment and cultural centre in the listed Spanish City Dome, with a four-star style niche/boutique hotel, a care home and residential apartments for sale together with the creation of new public places and outdoor performance spaces – best met the stringent criteria.

Mr McLeod said: “We are absolutely delighted that we have been selected by North Tyneside Council to work with them and deliver this sustainable community focused project that will further support the wider regeneration of Whitley Bay.”


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Press Release from North Tyneside Council @ http://www.northtyneside.gov.uk/brow...ectCategory=23

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27-APR-11

Issued by: Jeanette Hedley

North Tyneside Council has confirmed its preferred bidder for the future redevelopment of Whitley Bay's Spanish City site.

The decision was taken by a meeting of the Council's Cabinet earlier this month to appoint infrastructure, support services and construction group Robertson as its preferred bidder.

Members agreed that the scheme - comprising a family entertainment and cultural centre in the Dome, with a four-star style niche/boutique hotel, a care home with associated facilities and residential apartments for sale together with the creation of new public places and outdoor performance spaces - best met the stringent criteria.

But due to legal constraints the successful developer could not be disclosed publicly until today (Wednesday, April 27).

Elected Mayor, Mrs Linda Arkley said: "This is great news for North Tyneside as a whole.

"The redevelopment of the Spanish City site is something that this council has been working to deliver for more than ten years.

"A tremendous amount of work has been invested over those years to ensure both the iconic dome was rescued for future generations, and that the wider site is developed as an asset for residents, visitors and the borough's economy.

"We will now work with the preferred bidder to ensure that this can be delivered and we will provide an opportunity for the public to find out more about the details of the scheme at a meeting of the Area Forum in the near future."

Bidders have been canvassed from across Europe in the procurement process that asked applicants to be innovative in their proposals for the three hectare sea-front site, which includes not just the Spanish City Dome and former Empress Ballroom site but also surrounding land and Brook Street Gardens

The brief was open to a mixed development that could include a 3* plus hotel, leisure and cultural uses, as well as residential and retail options.

The sympathetic incorporation of the Grade II listed Dome was an essential factor for bidders to consider, with a requirement that the Dome is used in some way, whether as part of a hotel, cultural or community use.

And developers were asked to ensure that the scheme was able to deliver a high impact development on Whitley Bay's sea front, as part of a wider regeneration strategy for the town.

Robertson North East, Managing Director Andy McLeod said,
"We are absolutely delighted that we have been selected by North Tyneside Council to work with them to deliver this sustainable community focused project that will further support the wider regeneration of Whitley Bay."

The delivery of the proposed development of the Spanish City site will be subject to the usual planning process, when the public can submit their views into the decision making process.
Now all we need now is to see the plans, just a shame something couldn't have been released at the same time as the announcement
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