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Old September 1st, 2010, 11:29 AM   #21
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Cramlington is aiming for further prosperity
September 1st 2010, by Peter McCusker, The Journal



CRAMLINGTON’S proximity to Newcastle allows it to punch above its weight in the commercial property world, say North East experts.

Cramlington is a town full of potential and yet it remains frustrated that development plans for its town centre appear unlikely to take an early step forward while the retail sector is shrouded in uncertainty.

The history of the former mining community of Cramlington is well-known but its uniqueness as a Northumbrian town deserves explanation.

For it was the initiative of two private housebuilders and Northumberland County Council that turned this once small community into a New Town, albeit it a private-sector led affair rather than the type of New Town spawned by the New Towns Act.

The difference between the private route against the public route is that in the former the focus was on private housing that required developers to be in touch with demand whereas the public sector method, for example Killingworth, was to build without regard to what people really wanted which explains why parts of the original Killingworth New Town (as it was) has already been demolished.

Cramlington on the other hand has quietly gone about its business in developing houses, then a small town centre and industrial space.

The town centre has developed and extended with a retail park and leisure cheek by jowl with the shopping centre, Manor Walks.

Initially the town centre was a parade of shops with offices above. It was not the most attractive of developments but at least it was functional. This early stage has been enveloped by more and more development leading to what is a large, warm and comfortable destination.

Being at the crossroads of the A1 and A19 and so close to Newcastle it has always been accessible with a large resident population.


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Old September 15th, 2010, 09:51 AM   #22
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Thieves damage restored bandstand
September 15th 2010, The Journal


THIEVES have caused more than £1,000 worth of damage to a Northumberland seaside bandstand which was restored to its former glory at a cost of £450,000 two years ago.

The raiders got onto the roof of the 20ft high rotunda bandstand on Blyth Links and tried to rip out expensive lead and copper from the restored structure.

The thieves only managed to steal a very small quantity of lead, but their efforts have caused damage estimated at well over £1,000. The raid, which happened between last Tuesday evening and Friday morning, came to light after the damage was reported by a member of the public.

County council officials are now waiting for experts to carry out an assessment on the bandstand and provide final costs for the repair work.

The 80-year-old bandstand and its surrounding area, which was built following the construction of the nearby promenade and sea wall, was given the £450,000 revamp by the then Blyth Valley Council in 2008.

The structure is regarded as a major heritage asset for Blyth, but had fallen into disrepair over a period of time.

It was refurbished, is now illuminated at night and was given a grassed seating area for spectators as part of a £3.5m regeneration scheme along Blyth Links.


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Old September 28th, 2010, 10:03 AM   #23
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Electric car contract will spark 500 new jobs at Cramlington
September 28th 2010, by Rob Pattinson, The Journal


THE region’s emerging green industries received a huge boost yesterday as an electric car company promised the creation of more than 500 jobs at their North East development plant.

Liberty Electric Cars announced it has secured a £500,000 contract with the Chinese government to produce motors for 10,000 electric buses, which will all be built in Cramlington, Northumberland.

CEO of the Oxford-based company Barry Shrier said the five-year agreement had been put in place with the option for an extension to 30,000 electric vehicles.

All of the jobs set to be created by the deal will be within the next two years, while Liberty have already said they are looking at the prospect of setting up a second premises in the region.

Barry Shrier said: "Our strategy is to make the North East the epicentre of electrical vehicle research and production for the UK.

"The region has a tremendous reputation in terms of engineering and in terms of a reliable and capable workforce.

"From our perspective there are also advantages to being close to the industries associated with car manufacturing which have grown up around the Nissan plant." Under the contract announced by Liberty yesterday, the company will produce the motors, batteries, transmission, and software, at their North East plant. The motors will be assembled in Cramlington before being shipped to China to be fitted to chassis.


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Old October 19th, 2010, 11:15 AM   #24
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Further to Posts 2, 12, 15 and 17 (on this thread) on this subject . . .


Cramlington family upset by £200m hospital plans
October 19th 2010, by Helen Rae, The Journal


A FAMILY’S dream home could soon be ruined by the building of a new emergency care hospital just yards from their house.

Henry and Margaret Povey bought a plot of land at Lanercost Park, in Cramlington, Northumberland, 13 years ago and built a bungalow there in 2003 in which to bring up their two sons Scott, now 16, and Ryan, 13.

But the family has been told the peace they enjoy could stop with a helipad being built just metres from the boundary of their property.

Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is proposing to build a multi-million pound specialist emergency care hospital south of East Cramlington and next to the A189 spine road.

Mr Povey, 45, said: “We bought the plot of land to build our dream home and love where we live, but all that could be taken away by the building of the new hospital next to us.

“We’ve looked at the plans and helicopters bringing patients to the hospital will land at a helipad which is within 20 metres of our home’s border. The noise disturbance we will get from ambulances and helicopters will be huge and will undoubtedly affect our quality of life. My wife is extremely upset about what’s happening and is losing sleep over it.

“My children have grown up in this house and we’re worried that we’re going to get pushed out because we won’t be able to bear the noise.”

In the £200m proposals, health chiefs want to transfer all serious emergency care cases from North Tyneside and Wansbeck general hospitals to the new centre.


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Old October 19th, 2010, 06:16 PM   #25
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I read that and felt a small amount of sympathy. Then I clicked on the article and saw that their 'dream house' looked a bit like the huts at Auschwitz, complete with dread-inspiring iron gates. Now i think they can f*ck off!

Seriously, this is newsworthy? 'family reads plans, gets annoyed'. The Chronic continues to amaze...
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Old October 19th, 2010, 06:37 PM   #26
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If you're on Facebook this page has lots of old Cramlington pix. http://www.facebook.com/cramlington?...ngton?v=photos
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“We’ve looked at the plans and helicopters bringing patients to the hospital will land at a helipad which is within 20 metres of our home’s border. The noise disturbance we will get from ambulances and helicopters will be huge and will undoubtedly affect our quality of life. My wife is extremely upset about what’s happening and is losing sleep over it.
How often will helicopters be landing at the hospital? A couple of times a year? Anyway, when I was 13 I'm pretty sure I would have loved to have a helipad 20 metres from my house.
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Old October 19th, 2010, 08:49 PM   #28
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Lets also not forget that as the hospital is getting built on the junction of the A19 and A189 spine road so their plot of land must also be spitting distance to these motorways! I imagine there home was never going to be a haven of tranquility was it?

Th Chronic really is what it is- chronic! Really I never buy the rag- it is full of shit- surely there must be better stories going on across to Tyneside. It poor journalists and editors to be honest. It has only been good for years for jobs on Thursday and now that there isnt any jobs at all its not even worth for lining the cats litter tray.
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Old October 19th, 2010, 10:14 PM   #29
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I live a couple of fields away from Wansbeck General and I hardly see/hear the helicopter.
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Old October 29th, 2010, 11:53 AM   #30
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Port of Blyth handed double boost on jobs front
October 29th 2010, by Dave Black, The Journal



SCORES of JOBS are expected to be created after a Northumberland port received a double boost to its effort to become a major centre for green energy.

Two long-term deals with firms linked to the offshore wind sector will bring yet more investment and employment to the Port of Blyth.

Boat builder Alnmaritec, which has been operating from the port on a temporary basis for a year, has now committed to a long-term expansion.

The company is expected to increase its 65-strong workforce by about 35 next year, and will build more than 15 of its aluminium boats annually at the Wimbourne Quay terminal.

A major element of the operation will be the construction of support vessels for the offshore wind farm sector.

At the same time, Sheffield-based company MTL Group has revealed it is setting up a long-term manufacturing operation in Blyth’s South Harbour, which is expected to create between 60 and 70 jobs over three years. MTL does steel work for wind turbine manufacturers and is due to begin operations at Blyth before the end of the year.

Yesterday the double investment was hailed as "fantastic news" by bosses at the Port of Blyth.

It is already home to the National Renewable Energy Centre and Clipper Windpower’s centre of excellence, and there are plans to build an environmentally-friendly biomass power station at Battleship Wharf.

Port chief executive Martin Lawlor said: "We are delighted to be able to announce these significant developments, which are just reward for our long-term focus and investment in renewable energy.


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Old November 10th, 2010, 12:00 PM   #31
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New stores planned for Blyth and Bedlington
November 10th 2010, by David Black, The Journal


NEW supermarket plans which it is claimed will create up to 220 jobs in neighbouring Northumberland towns are set to be given the green light next week.

Families in Blyth and Bedlington are in line for improved shopping facilities under the multi-million pound investments proposed by retail giants Morrisons and Tesco.

Morrisons wants to demolish its existing store in Blyth town centre and build a much bigger and more modern superstore on adjoining land.

The company says the project will create between 90 and 140 jobs, as well as safeguarding those of 160 people who already work there.

Tesco is seeking approval to replace its existing supermarket in Bedlington Market Place with one almost double the size – creating 80 jobs and increasing the workforce to about 185.

The re-development will also provide six new shops and 15 offices, and has been described as the biggest single investment in Bedlington’s history.

Next week planning approval for both schemes is expected to be granted by county councillors, paving the way for work to start on developments which will eventually support up to 485 jobs in the two towns.


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Old November 16th, 2010, 11:18 AM   #32
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Jobs saved as Cramlington firm is bought out
November 16th 2010, by Chris Knox, The Journal


MORE than 90 manufacturing jobs have been saved after a bathroom factory was rescued from administration by a national building company.

Cramlington-based EJ Badekabiner (EJB) has been acquired for an undisclosed sum by Continental Shelf 515, a subsidiary of Middlesex-based Galliford Try, after going into administration five weeks ago.

The factory, which was the only UK site of Danish group EJ Badekabiner, suffered badly at the hands of the downturn, with its cash-flow drying up and its debts stretching into the millions of pounds.

The sale of the business by administrators PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) secures the jobs of the site’s current 91-strong workforce, with its new owners hoping to add to this over the coming months.

Galliford Try, which employs around 150 people at its North East arm in Ponteland, said it hoped to get the factory back on track and that it was currently considering a range of options, including investment at the site.

The factory makes pre-engineered bathroom pods and is currently working on a contract to supply bathrooms at the Olympic Village development in London in time for the 2012 Games.

Sean Hamilton, director and head of business recovery at PwC in Newcastle, said: “We are delighted to have completed the sale of the business and assets of EJB, including the transfer of 91 employees at the production facility in Cramlington. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the employees and suppliers who have worked with us during the administration.”

Bosses at the plant had originally expected it to turn over £50m by 2008, and invested £3m in the former Dunlop plant on Bassington Industrial Estate. But the site failed to win the trade it needed and instead recorded a loss of £820,000 by April that year, which grew by £80,000 over the following 12 months.

Hopes for its success reignited at the start of this year when, following the closure of its then Danish parent company’s main factories in that country, the work was moved to Cramlington – aided by a £200,000 grant from One North East.


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Old November 17th, 2010, 10:49 AM   #33
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New Blyth and Bedlington stores given go-ahead
November 17th 2010, by Brian Daniel, The Journal


PLANS to build two new supermarkets in neighbouring Northumberland towns were given the go ahead by councillors last night.

The multi-million pound investment will see bigger outlets replacing existing stores in Blyth and Bedlington.

County councillors approved the proposals by retail giants Morrisons and Tesco at an area planning committee.

Morrisons will now demolish its existing store in Blyth’s town centre and build a much bigger and more modern superstore spanning 6,000sqm, on adjoining land.

Principal planning officer for Northumberland County Council, John Dowsett, described the existing store as a “fairly functional brick box supermarket” and said the new build would bring “significant benefits to Blyth”.

The company claims the project will create between 90 and 140 jobs, as well as safeguarding those of 160 people who already work there.

Tesco will also replace its existing supermarket in Bedlington Market Place with one almost double the size.

It is estimated around 80 jobs could be created by the change, which would increasing its workforce to about 185.

The re-development has been hailed as the biggest single investment in Bedlington’s history. It will also provide six new shops and 15 offices.

Corporate affairs manager for Tesco, Doug Wilson said: “We are delighted with the reaction of councillors to this proposal. As well as more jobs, the store will also provide local shoppers with greater choice.

“There will be a wider range of food as well as clothes and electrical goods.”

It has paved the way for work to start on both developments which will eventually support almost 500 jobs in the two towns.

The new Morrisons superstore will be the first major redevelopment in Blyth town centre since the Keel Row shopping centre opened in the late 1980s.

The project involves building a 6,267sq metre store on the existing Morrisons car park, of which 3,000 sq metres will be used as trading space.

Both stores will increase parking capacity with newly designed car parks.

The 4,894 sq metre Tesco complex has been designed to blend well with the restored Market Place and surrounding conservation area.

The new store will offer shoppers a wider range of goods, including clothes and small electrical appliances. The new retail units and offices will be funded through a partnership of Tesco, the county council and Go Wansbeck, the local enterprise agency set up to boosting business growth and development.


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Old January 5th, 2011, 04:44 PM   #34
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Hundreds join petition to stop Cramlington hospital
January 5th 2011, by Helen Rae, The Journal


HUNDREDS of residents living near the proposed site of a new emergency care hospital have signed a petition against the controversial plans.

Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is proposing to build a multi-million pound specialist emergency care hospital south of east Cramlington and next to the A189 spine road.

But the identified location has angered families living nearby who fear the new hospital will create a dangerous increase in traffic to already congested roads and will cause an unacceptable level of noise pollution.

Up to 700 people from the Klondyke and Lanercost estates in East Cramlington have signed a petition set up by a local community group – of which 200 objections relate directly to traffic concerns.


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Narec Capital launched in the North East
January 12th 2011, by Chris Knox, The Journal


A NEW joint venture which is looking to raise around £200m to fuel the growth of green industries from the North East is expected to focus on creating a "significant" number of jobs in the region.

Narec Capital has just been launched by The National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec), in Blyth, Northumberland, and financial advisers Ashberg to provide the finance and help that renewable energy projects need to get off the ground.

It will offer a wide range of services to take promising businesses from the early concept stage to full-scale manufacture.

Narec will offer a consultancy service, as well as provide technology testing and development facilities, with the aim of securing accreditations and providing as much information as possible for potential investors and insurers.

When the business is in a position to seek investment, Narec Capital will help to track down suitable investment capital or draw upon its own pot of funding, which is being provided by London-based Ashberg’s wealthy clients.

Ashberg represents individuals and families who have amassed at least £50m in wealth and who are looking for investment opportunities, particularly in the burgeoning environmental industries. The firm is confident of raising around £200m of investment to help commercialise research and development projects.

At its launch this week it said that the package was already receiving a lot of interest from entrepreneurs who are struggling to secure funding from the banks and that a first wave of projects had already been identified.

It also said that one of the main aims of the deal was to create employment in the renewable energy sector, with the North East in prime position to benefit from the extra help.


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Criticism over new Blagdon Lane junction
by David Black, The Journal, January 14th 2011



HIGHWAYS bosses have been criticised for starting work on a £140,000 road improvement scheme in advance of a decision on whether a developer would meet 50% of the costs.

Mining firm Banks Group offered to pay half the cost of upgrading a local road junction in return for getting planning permission to extend its opencast coal mine at Shotton near Cramlington, Northumberland.

The company’s application was approved by the county council’s planning committee on Tuesday night. However, highways officials at the authority decided to ‘take a risk’ and start work on the Blagdon Lane junction improvement scheme on Tuesday morning – several hours before the planning decision was made.

They went ahead despite being warned by a planning officer that Banks’ £70,000 contribution would be lost if permission was refused.

Yesterday, Cramlington Conservative county councillor Wayne Daley said he was angry that work had started before councillors decided whether the opencast extension would be allowed.

“This is blatant disregard for the planning committee, and basically pre-determining a decision of the planning authority.


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Hi Everyone

Just been catching up on this forum as i have previously mentioned that i study Town Planning at Newcastle University, but curently i am on placement with Northumberland County Council for the year and i am based in the South East Area in Bedlington, so have seen all of the applications mentioned etc.

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Plans for Northumberland hospital revealed
by Helen Rae, The Journal, February 24th 2011


How the new specialist emergency care hospital in Northumberland will look

IMAGES have been released of how a planned new specialist emergency care hospital in Northumberland will look when it is built.

Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has submitted a planning application to build a multi-million pound emergency care hospital south of east Cramlington and next to the A189 spine road.

The new £75m facility is part of the Trust’s £200m investment programme to improve healthcare in Northumberland and North Tyneside over the next 10 years.

A planning application for the development has been submitted to Northumberland County Council and if plans get the go-ahead patients will be treated by experienced medical professionals who specialise in the treatment of the condition or injury.

Jim Mackey, chief executive of Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, said: “This is excellent news for the people of North Tyneside and Northumberland, giving them access to some of the best healthcare in the country and internationally.


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Not sure what the status of the planning application is but it looks like contractors moved onto the site on Monday. Cabins and skips were placed at the entrance and diggers arrived at the site today.
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Over 700 homes in Cramlington approved
by Sarah Scott, Evening Chronicle, March 17th 2011


PLANNING has been approved to build more than 700 new homes in a North East town.

The development, which will bring 706 homes to the South West Sector of Cramlington, in Northumberland, was hailed as being of major significant to the town which is nearing completion.

Approval was granted at an area planning committee meeting on Tuesday evening for the development in the south west sector of the town, which is the last main phase of development in the plans for the growth of Cramlington.

It was unanimously agreed by the area planning committee and the properties will be built on land adjacent to the east and west of Beacon Lane in Cramlington.

The development includes playing fields, a pavilion, three areas for play equipment, a multi-use games area and three sub stations. A range of different house types are to be provided within the 706 homes. The majority of the properties are to be two storey, however, a number of flats, bungalows and three storey properties are also to be provided.


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