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Old May 8th, 2012, 10:23 AM   #121
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Hexham Old Grammar School gets £450,000 auction reserve
by Paul Tully, The Journal, May 8th 2012


A LANDMARK public building, once valued at £1m, could sell for less than half that when it goes up for auction next week. The Old Grammar School in Hexham, Northumberland, is on the catalogue for the May 14 auction of Lambert Smith Hampton at Claridge’s. The distinctive Grade II-listed building has been given a reserve price of £450,000, although the bidding could go higher than that figure.

Northumberland County Council has failed to sell any of the four prize town-centre buildings – also including Prospect House, Hexham House and the Old Swimming Pool – since putting them on the open market in October 2010, but Hexham Lib Dem councillor Derek Kennedy said: “If the London auction is successful, it could pave the way for the other three to also go to auction. It would certainly be an option, though the others are still on the market."

Northumberland County Council hoped to raise a total of around £4m from the four property sales, but has been unable to attract a suitable buyer for any of them, despite drawing in 11 separate bids under the formal tender process, by which secret, sealed offers are made. Coun Kennedy defended the £450,000 reserve price put on the Old Grammar School, which is lower than many estimates of its value. He said: “That is the bare minimum figure – hopefully, we will get more than that. Anybody who wants to develop it has got to have a lot of work done – and have a lot of money to do it.”

In May last year, outgoing Hexham Mayor Coun Terry Robson urged the sale of the four properties for “the best reasonable offer” to help stimulate the local economy.


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Old May 15th, 2012, 10:15 AM   #122
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Town ‘jewel’ is sold off for £430,000
by Paul Tully, The Journal, May 15th 2012



ONE OF Hexham’s ‘Crown Jewel’ buildings was sold at auction yesterday for just under half a million pounds. The Old Grammar School on Hallgate fetched its reserve price of £430,000 in the London sale. Auctioneers Lambert Smith Hampton said the 16th Century building was sold to “a private individual” – though no further details of the buyer were being revealed last night.

The elegant white-fronted building, which currently houses Northumberland County Council’s west area planning officials, had been on the open market for 19 months without selling. Three other Hexham properties – Prospect House, Hexham House and the Old Swimming Pool – were also put on the market as the county council sought to cash in on its assets, now the other three properties could also go under the hammer.

Frank Jordan, Head of Commercial and Property Services at Northumberland County Council, said: “We were pleased to get what we set as the reserve price for the property. This is the first time we’ve done this and while we may consider doing it again, there is no guarantee we’ll do this for other properties in the area.”


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Old June 15th, 2012, 10:36 AM   #123
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Prudhoe Town Centre plans are
up for a final planning decision

by Paul Tully, The Journal, June 15th 2012


PROTESTERS are gearing up for a last bid to block controversial plans for a Northumberland Town Centre. The £28m plans which will change the face of Prudhoe are finally due before planners for a decision on Wednesday. Five years after the first proposals were submitted by the Duke of Northumberland’s estate office, and eight months after a planning committee meeting was called off at the last minute, the full application will go before the county’s west area planning committee in Hexham.

With objectors from Prudhoe likely to travel along the Tyne Valley in force, the committee meeting has been switched from its normal sedate venue at Prospect House planning HQ to the large-capacity function room at Hexham Auction Mart. Businesses and residents in Prudhoe are unhappy at the wide-ranging town centre plans for retail, housing, office and supermarket development.

Among other issues, they claim the sewerage network is insufficient to cope with the extra demands placed by 150 new properties, and protection from traffic for residents is not good enough. John Robson. of the Take Pride in Prudhoe action group, said: “There are major unresolved issues like pollution, conditions, environmental impact and even light pollution from a three-storey car park.

“I just hope that it gets an honest hearing and the planning committee make a well-informed decision."


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Old June 21st, 2012, 11:04 AM   #124
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Prudhoe town plans given the green light
by Paul Tully, The Journal, June 21st 2012


THE DUKE of Northumberland's controversial £28m redevelopment of Prudhoe Town Centre was finally given the go-ahead last night – after a five-year planning battle. Northumberland County Council’s West Area Planning Committee gave unanimous approval for the plans which will revolutionise the face of the town. New retail, housing, office and supermarket developments will bring 400 jobs to the town – but objectors are unhappy at the impact it will have on existing homes and shops.

The first proposals from Northumberland Estates to redevelop Prudhoe town centre were put forward in 2007. Numerous objections were lodged from individuals and businesses and the town’s Co-op challenged and stalled the plans in a High Court case in 2009, but amended plans were re-submitted by the Duke’s Northumberland Estates office and last night, before dozens of onlookers at a specially-convened meeting at Hexham Auction Mart, the committee decided the future of Prudhoe would be significantly enhanced by the scheme and voted in favour.

Coun Bill Garrett, a lifelong resident, said: “I feel as well qualified as anyone else to speak on issues regarding Prudhoe, and what we have not got in Prudhoe is a town centre where people want to come and do their shopping. This is a one-off opportunity. In the last 20 or 30 years we have seen a decline because people cannot buy what they want here. But we will get 17 extra shops and a modern facility.”


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Old June 23rd, 2012, 02:10 PM   #125
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Hexham future development up for discussion at event
The Journal, June 23rd 2012


PEOPLE living in Hexham and the surrounding area are being asked to give their views on how the town should be developed in the future. An event called "Your Town Your Vision" will be held in Hexham’s Queen’s Hall tomorrow to give people the opportunity to contribute to a plan for the area’s future.

The event follows a decision last year by Hexham Town Council to draw up a new town plan. The process began with a launch event in November where initial views of residents were received on life in Hexham, and people from the town were encouraged to volunteer to be part of a steering group to take the debate forward. A group of residents, town councillors and representatives of several organisations in the town has been looking at important aspects of Hexham life such as transport, the built environment, the economy and arts and leisure.

Coun Judy Lloyd, chair of the town plan steering group chair, said: “For meaningful plans to be developed we need to know what the people of Hexham actually want Hexham to become. As part of the process we will be talking to the numerous groups and associations which flourish in Hexham but we also want to involve as many individual residents as possible, which is why we have organised this event at the Queens Hall on June 24.”

People will be asked what they want Hexham to be like in the next decade and to give their views about what is good about the town and what should be changed.


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Old June 23rd, 2012, 02:12 PM   #126
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Unfortunately, I don't live in Hexham now and I can't get over there tomorrow (24th June).

Is anyone on this forum going, I wonder?
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Old June 25th, 2012, 10:20 AM   #127
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Turbine plans near Hadrian's Wall at Heddon and Hexham
by Brian Daniel, The Journal, June 25th 2012


The Heddon site close to Hadrian's Wall

CONTROVERSIAL plans to put a turbine close to a world heritage site are among five wind schemes set to be given the green light in Northumberland.
The bid for a turbine close to Hadrian’s Wall goes before Northumberland County Council next week, alongside four other wind projects, all of which are being recommended for approval.

One objector to the scheme close to the Roman Wall last night voiced his disappointment that the various projects all looked set to go ahead, claiming Northumberland is “carrying the brunt” of turbine development. The application is for a 27m turbine at Houghton North Farm at Heddon-on-the-Wall, 450m from the world heritage site, on the edge of its buffer zone and close to the wall’s national trail.

A total of 13 residents have objected as has Heddon-on-the-Wall Parish Council, although there have been 10 letters of support. Concerns have been raised not only over the impact on Hadrian’s Wall but also development of greenbelt, i mpact on neighbouring properties and on wildlife, and the scale of the turbine. Ian Clayton, 67, of Bluebell Cottages, said: “It is obviously fairly close to the Roman Wall, we get a lot of visitors here and it is going to be clearly seen from certain areas. There is wall evident in Heddon itself, of course.”

However, members of the council’s planning and environment committee are being advised to give planning permission at their meeting next Tuesday. Also recommended for approval at the same meeting is a bid for a turbine at Hexham Racecourse, which is within the green belt.


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Old July 5th, 2012, 12:33 AM   #128
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Public to see plans for old rail yard in Hexham
by Iain Laing, The Journal, July 4th 2012


ROKEBY Developments’ bid to bring new life to a disused goods yard in Hexham are being opened to public scrutiny. The Barnard Castle-based developer is working with Network Rail to transform the 3.2 acre site in the heart of the town to a modern retail facility and the detailed plans will be revealed to the public at an event today at the Wentworth Leisure Centre in Hexham, to gauge their opinions.

Stuart Kirkwood, head of development at Network Rail said: “This is a significant investment for Hexham, and we are very pleased to have joined forces with a local developer to make better use of railway land for the local community. “We hope this open event will give people a chance to comment on our plans ahead of the formal planning application later this year.”

The plans involve a new Homebase, Pets at Home and one further 7,000sq.ft retail unit. The Prosser Engine Shed will be refurbished for Majestic Wine and a Listed Engine Shed overlooking the station concourse is intended to be the new home for local touring theatre group, Theatre sans Frontiers. Northern Rail and Network Rail will also deliver a range of improvements at Hexham station, including a new 24-space station car park and pedestrian access to serve the platform on the north side of the railway tracks.


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Hexham Racecourse wind turbine plan thrown out
by Brian Daniel, The Journal, July 5th 2012


CONTROVERSIAL plans to put a wind turbine on a Northumberland racecourse have been thrown out. The plans for the racecourse at Hexham were rejected by Northumberland County Council planners. At the same meeting of the authority’s planning and environment committee, members voted against an application for a wind monitoring mast at Belford.

However, they approved plans for a turbine close to Hadrian’s Wall, for a monitoring mast beside the A1 at Felton and allowed a wind farm developer to vary the hours it can work at its site at Birtley, off the A68 in Northumberland. All five applications had been recommended for approval.

The bid for the turbine at the racecourse, within the green belt, was thrown out having attracted 52 letters of objection. It had been deferred at the committee’s last meeting, to allow consideration of concerns raised by the AONB partnership over impact on the landscape.

Objector Louise Johnson, of Dotland Farm, Hexhamshire, whose home is 2.7km from the proposed site, attended Tuesday’s meeting at Morpeth’s County Hall. She welcomed the council’s decision last night, saying: “I feel that the committee members have taken it, this particular turbine application, they have done their homework and they have basically turned it down for the right reasons.


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Old July 6th, 2012, 01:10 AM   #130
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Hexham National Trust shop to close this summer
The Journal, March 26th 2012


THE National Trust shop in Hexham Town Centre will close this summer under cost-cutting moves. The shop has been a fixture on Market Street for many years.

It is said to be no longer viable and will shut down when the current lease runs out in June.

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Took this photo of the (now) closed shop, when we were in Hexham on 19th June.

A pity, we often went in there . . .

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Old July 7th, 2012, 10:08 AM   #131
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The National Trust shop in Hexham is now occupied selling wool.

http://www.woolaballoo.com/blog/?tag=hexham
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Old July 12th, 2012, 10:46 AM   #132
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Can Hexham maintain status and appeal?
The Journal, July 11th 2012



HEXHAM is one of the North East's most attractive towns for residents and retailers alike. It was voted England's favourite market town by Country Life magazine in 2005, and is a strong regional centre with an extensive appeal to the local community and the wider geographical area that surrounds it.

Much of the town’s allure is based on its retail offerings and, in recent years, there have been a number of schemes proposed with the aim of building on its established reputation. Although many of these schemes have failed to get off the ground, there remains an undoubted need for some to come to fruition if Hexham is to retain its status and appeal. The prime retail pitch in the town centre is the fully pedestrianised Fore Street, with secondary retailing located in Market Place and along Priestpopple and Battle Hill.

Fore Street benefits from strong levels of demand and is home to a variety of national retailers together with the Robbs department store, which although previously independently owned was taken over by Beale’s in June 2010. On Fore Street, there are currently no vacant units but there have been a number of changes to the tenant line-up in the last couple of years with Mountain Warehouse taking over the former Stead & Simpson unit in February 2010 and Iceland taking on the former Woolworths premises.

Outside the prime retail area, Hexham has a number of other locations providing additional retail facilities.


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Further to the above post about Hexham:

Next are wanting to come back into the town into the former Tynedale Retail Park site. However, a change of use from home furnishings to clothing has halted proceedings, probably as well as neighbouring Tesco objecting.

Also, plans have been submited to redevlop the station yard with Pets at Home and Homebase taking two units.

Hexham Courant Article: http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk/news/...errerPath=home

Plans for the station yard development: http://www.rokebydevelopments.co.uk/...am_goods_yard/
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For discussion about access to the Goodsyard site over the railwayline at Hexham, see this:-
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...2&postcount=93
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Egger UK investment set to safeguard future at Hexham
by Iain Laing, The Journal, July 13th 2012


WOOD PANEL maker, Egger UK, plans to make its second £20m investment in a year to improve the Hexham factory which it says is now the most advanced chipboard plant in Europe. The Norwegian company says there will be no new jobs at the site, which already employs 520 people, but that the investment will help to safeguard the future of the plant.

It has put in a planning application to upgrade its glues and coating plant, which are over 40 years old, and build new offices and a centre for training apprentices. The business is trying to grow in a sector which has been hit by a 55% rise in wood prices in the last five years and the decline in the housebuilding and furniture industries, and has made a series of investments to keep it at peak production. Its investment follows an announcement three months ago that it was spending £20m improving equipment used to laminate its wood panels used in furniture.

The plant is now Northumberland’s biggest private sector employer after the closure of the Alcan’s aluminium smelter in Lynemouth, and the company says it indirectly supports 1,500 jobs in the county in areas such as forestry and sawmilling.


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There is a very good thread about HEXHAM, on the "Photo Forums" / "Urban Showcase" Forum of Skyscraper City, here . . .

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...9#post93237709

Here are the photos from the Opening Post of that thread . . .


HEXHAM is a typically idyllic English Market Town with a population of about 11,000 it is located 30 Minutes west of Newcastle upon Tyne by car or train.

It is surrounded by lovely countryside .... and as a bonus it has a 13th Centry Abbey in the centre!








Hexham Old Gaol below is one of the oldest surviving prisons in England, it was completed in 1333.










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Continued from previous post . . .


Fore Street is the towns main pedestrianised shopping street















View from the park









Need a break after all this walking






















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Continued from previous post . . .


The Jag adds a little extra class!





Nice little cinema still open









Rather imposing house!







Nice little Alfa





At 'Tyne Green'







Village of Newbrough



Housesteads Roman fort







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Work finally set to begin on Green Mansion
by Paul Tully, The Journal, July 31st 2012


NOVELIST Mark Burnell is preparing to write the final chapter in the saga of his revolutionary green-energy mansion. Thriller writer Mark is almost ready to start work on the groundbreaking country home for which he won permission 18 months ago. The concept and design of the site at Lowgate, near Hexham, took planners’ breath away when first unveiled in autumn 2010.

A semi-derelict farm steading, The Paise, will be transformed into a country home with a pre-insulated roof, glazed walls, insulated suspended floor, wind turbine, reed-bed filtration and photovoltaic and solar panels. Even the swimming pool will have a heating element for the whole house, which stands on the brow of a low hill in open countryside.

Mark and his artist wife Isabelle live at nearby West Greenridge Farm on land owned by Mark’s family for generations. Mark,46, said: “After we got permission, there were quite a lot of conditions that needed to be discharged, now we are just in the final stages of putting out to tender for the work. We will start work this year and hope to be completed by the end of 2013.”

Described as “a Cragside for the 21st Century”, The Paise development unnerved planners who hesitated before finally granting permission in January 2011


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Hexham traders' parking plea rejected
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by Paul Tully, The Journal, July 31st 2012


ANGRY traders say their businesses are being badly hit by a shift in local parking policy. Motorists who have parked unpunished on the yellow line outside shops at Hencotes, Hexham, for years are now getting expensive parking tickets. A new team of traffic wardens is operating a zero-tolerance approach, and motorists are abandoning their traditional quick stop on the road into the town centre from the west.

By September, new 20-minute free parking bays are due to be installed on Hencotes, but a plea to waive the parking enforcement rules until then was firmly refused by county highways chiefs. The impasse has left DELI-cious sandwich shop owner Mary Oswell fuming – and counting her losses. She said: “I’m going to lose my business as well as my friends. The business is dropping off at an alarming rate because of this. I feel I provide a service and employ local young people but trade is down about 15%.

“People are not going to risk a £60 ticket for a sandwich. I was making an egg mayonnaise sandwich for a customer one day, which is a two-minute job, but she went outside to find a parking ticket on her car. There have been 'parking conventions' in Hencotes for a long time, in that everyone parks on the north side to avoid congestion. We are getting parking bays put in on the street mid-September – so why can’t they leave it alone until then?”

Local councillor Terry Robson asked Northumberland head of sustainable transport Mike Scott for leniency over parking on Hencotes. “I was given a firm ‘no’, and I have to accept that,” said Coun Robson, a former Hexham town mayor.


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