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Old April 20th, 2010, 08:18 PM   #21
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New fashion store brings some Eastern promise to Sanderson Arcade!

LADIES fashion retailer EAST are taking the final unit at Morpeth’s successful town centre Sanderson Arcade development.

EAST has more than 60 stores nationwide and the company is passionate about giving customers something unique – all designs are ‘designed to be individual’. The company is taking the final unit along the Arcade’s stunning Edwardian style gallery covering 1,754 sq ft (163 sq m).

The brand’s heritage comes from the EAST and notably India where it draws upon traditions and skills to create handcrafted and inspired prints with intricate and exceptional detailing. Statement and coordinating accessories complete the look.

Suzi Spink Chief Operating Officer of EAST said: “Sanderson Arcade was an obvious choice for EAST when considering which towns to target as part of our 2010 expansion plan. We had been impressed with the plans for the development from when we first saw them and wanted to be a part of this exciting opportunity.

“We know from customer letters and our database that we have loyal customers in the area who are not always able to travel to John Lewis Newcastle or Durham and would love a local store.

We are very excited about the opening of the store on April 29th and both Penny Oliver, our Product Director and myself will be there for the opening day.”

Work is now well underway on the internal fit out of the new store at Sanderson Arcade which will neighbour Fat Face and Clarks. EAST will open to Morpeth’s shoppers on Thursday April 29th creating more new jobs in the town.

Debbie Anderson, Centre Manager at Sanderson Arcade, said: “We are delighted that EAST are opening here at Sanderson Arcade, they have a stunning ranges of clothes for ladies and there is a real buzz about the company coming to Morpeth.”

Work is due to start in May on the next phase of the Sanderson Arcade development which will create a further 6,470 sq ft (601 sq m) of retail space.
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Old May 31st, 2010, 07:54 PM   #22
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Store wars delay revealed
Morpeth Herald, 28 May 2010, by ANDREW COULSON


THE reason behind the delay in Morpeth's supermarket battle has been revealed.

Area Development Manager for the North section Peter Rutherford told the Herald that officers wanted to wait until the Environment Agency gave its response to the Dransfield Properties bid before setting up the meeting.

"The council was waiting for the results of the consultation with the Environment Agency about the flood risk issue in Dark Lane," he said.

"We felt it was important to have all the facts available to report to committee members at the meeting."

All residents who wrote to Northumberland County Council to back or oppose any of the applications will be sent details of the planning meeting to decide the bids.

The meeting will take place in Morpeth Town Hall on Monday, June 14, when councillors will be asked to consider proposals from Tesco for a supermarket in Coopies Lane Industrial Estate, Dransfield Properties to build one in Low Stanners and Sainsbury's for a store at Stobhill.

With applications by each of them lodged with the authority at various points last year, it has taken a number of months to get to the meeting stage.


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Old June 4th, 2010, 10:41 AM   #23
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Police axe building plans for school playground
Jun 4 2010 by David Black, The Journal


A popular and high-performing school has escaped a threat of major disruption sparked by plans for a new police station in a Northumberland town.

Last year Northumbria Police unveiled controversial proposals which could have seen Morpeth’s new police station built on part of the playground at neighbouring Goosehill First School.

The plan was branded “totally unacceptable” by governors at the 360-pupil school, which was rated outstanding in an Ofsted report in 2007.

It also came under strong fire from parents when the development options were put on public display in the town.

Now, following consultations between the Northumbria Police Authority and locals, force chiefs have dropped the idea of building on the school land.

Instead they will continue to pursue other options for giving Morpeth a replacement for its Victorian police HQ.


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Old June 9th, 2010, 11:30 AM   #24
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Store wars set to end
Jun 9 2010 by David Black, The Journal


Families in a market town where a flagship shopping arcade opened seven months ago are now set to get a 200-job superstore to further boost the economy.

A development company looks to have won a three-way battle with two major retail chains for the right to build the supermarket in Morpeth, Northumberland.

Planning officials are recommending approval for the 5,300sqm store in Low Stanners by Yorkshire-based Dransfield Properties, the firm behind the town’s £32m Sanderson Arcade opened by Joanna Lumley in November.

They have recommended the rejection of rival bids by Sainsbury’s and Tesco for supermarkets on the outskirts of Morpeth amid fears they could damage the revival of the town centre.

The chamber of trade and town council have both objected to the Sainsbury’s bid for a 300-job store on farmland at Stobhill and the Tesco application for a 200-job store on the Coopies Lane industrial estate. County councillors – who will make a decision on the applications next week – are being advised by officers the Sainsbury’s and Tesco schemes are more likely to draw trade away from the town.

Plans for a new supermarket for Morpeth have been in the pipeline for years.


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Old June 11th, 2010, 09:46 AM   #25
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Supermarket decision day
Jun 11 2010 The Journal


TESCO bosses have come out fighting as decision day looms on rival plans for new supermarket developments in a Northumberland town.

The retail giant claims its bid for a 200-job, eco-friendly foodstore in Morpeth is the ‘only viable option’, and has urged planners to use common sense and approve it.

County councillors will decide on Monday which of three separate applications for a new supermarket should be given the green light. Planning officers have come down in favour of a scheme by Yorkshire-based Dransfield Properties to build a 200-job store at Low Stanners, close to the town centre.

They are recommending refusal of bids by Tesco – at the Coopies Lane industrial estate – and Sainsbury’s – for a 300-job store on farmland at Stobhill – because they are too far away from the town centre and could damage its vitality.

Officers say the two edge of town schemes are more likely to draw trade away from the centre of Morpeth, which is benefiting from the opening of the £32m Sanderson Arcade shopping mall seven months ago.

But yesterday Tesco said its scheme has strong local support and will help revive a neglected area of the town.

Its says the Low Stanners site is at risk of flooding from the River Wansbeck, while the Sainsbury’s bid would involve digging up a green field site outside the town’s settlement limit.


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Old June 13th, 2010, 11:59 AM   #26
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Sanderson Arcade brings town shopping boom
Morpeth Herald, 13 June 2010.


A LEADING Morpeth retailer has reported a major shopping boom following the revamp of Sanderson Arcade.

Richard Rutherford, who owns Rutherfords of Morpeth, said sales have soared since the new development opened in November and are up 10 per cent on the same period last year for the first six months of 2010.

His upbeat message comes a week after the arcade welcomed its millionth customer and Mr Rutherford believes that rather than taking customers away from his store, the centre has had a positive effect, drawing in shoppers from across the region.

He said: "We have had a very good spring and the 10 per cent increase in sales is far better than I could have ever imagined.

"That is an excellent figure in this economic climate. I wouldn't have thought many retailers in the country would have sales figures like that.

"The opening of Sanderson Arcade has had a dramatic impact on shopping in the town without a shadow of a doubt. It is good news for us and also for the whole town.

"I think people are realising that Morpeth is one of the best shopping destinations in the North East and there is fantastic potential because Sanderson Arcade is opening a second phase of shops later this year.


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Old July 9th, 2010, 09:30 AM   #27
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More praise for Sanderson Arcade shopping centre
July 7th 2010, by Peter McCusker, The Journal


SANDERSON Arcade, last year’s successful addition to Morpeth's town centre shopping, has scooped a second major industry accolade.

Just two months after being highly commended in the RICS Awards in Newcastle The Arcade has now been named as runner up in the Sceptre Awards at the Dorchester in London.

Shortlisted along with five other major schemes from across the country the arcade was announced as a runner up in the Development Team of the Year Category. The winner was the St David’s Dewi Saint in Cardiff. Newcastle’s Eldon Square was also a runner-up in the awards.

The Sceptre Awards are held annually to recognise best practice in the shopping centre industry.

Centre manager at Sanderson Arcade Debbie Anderson said: “There were some really large scale developments in this category so we are absolutely delighted.”


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Old July 9th, 2010, 02:52 PM   #28
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Monsoon opens new North East store at Morpeth’s Sanderson Arcade!

Monsoon is opening a new store in the second phase of Morpeth’s successful town centre Sanderson Arcade.

The first phase of the £32 million development, anchored by Marks and Spencer, opened in November last year. That phase is now fully let and work started earlier in the spring on delivering three further retail units in the North East Market Town.

Monsoon is taking a unit covering 2120 sq ft (197 sq m) on a ten year lease. The new store will trade alongside other major high street retailers including Marks and Spencer, EAST, Laura Ashley and Waterstones at the Arcade which was opened by Joanna Lumley OBE in November last year.

This next phase of work at Sanderson Arcade will be completed in the Autumn ready for opening as the centre nears its first birthday. The two further outlets cover 3,315 sq ft and 1,700 sq ft. The new store will create 20 new jobs in Morpeth.

Launched in 1973, with its first boutique in London’s Knightsbridge, Monsoon is one of the leading destination brands on the UK high street with more than 405 Monsoon and Accessorize UK stores and over 1000 worldwide.

Retail Property Director at Dransfield Properties, developers and owners of Sanderson Arcade, Andrew Malley said: “Monsoon and Accessorize are great brands and we are confident they will do well here at Sanderson Arcade.

“It’s a great start to the line up of this next phase at Sanderson Arcade and we are already talking to a number of other companies keen to be here in Morpeth.”

Work started on phase two in May this year and is on schedule to be completed as Sanderson Arcade prepares to celebrate its first birthday in November.

Mark Crookes at CBRE is the letting agent for Sanderson Arcade; the first phase opened in November 2009 and was 95 per cent let. Since then EAST and Facets, a North East jewellery firm have taken the final two first phase units.

Agents for Monsoon were Bristol based Williams Gunter Hardwick.
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Old July 10th, 2010, 08:40 PM   #29
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The old Co-op department store in Ashington may be reopening as a sort of supermarket. Two brothers who run a convenience store in Gateshead have apparently bought it and want to restore the building. They say they would like to have the upper floor available for community use.

This was in the News Post Leader - can't find a link but will scan the cutting I've got in due course. If it comes off it wold be a good thing: sad to see the Ashington Co-op going to rack and ruin. And at least it won't become some dire nightclub.
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Old August 27th, 2010, 09:48 AM   #30
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Morpeth now has more to offer
August 27th 2010, by Darren Kelso, The Journal


STRONG support has been pledged for a major new campaign to promote a Northumberland town following a boom in visitors.

The opening of a flagship £32m shopping centre has helped Morpeth buck the national retail trend and attract significantly more shoppers since the Sanderson Arcade complex was opened by Absolutely Fabulous star Joanna Lumley last November.

The centre drew in a million customers in its first six months of trading, with a knock-on effect for other shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs in the town.

Now local business leaders are determined to cash in and build on the success story through the Promoting Morpeth campaign, aimed at attracting even more visitors and their spending power.

A special working group has been set up by the chamber of trade to drive the initiative forward.

It is being supported by Northumberland Tourism and Sanderson Arcade developer, Dransfield Properties.

Local company Beach Design is developing a “brand” and new advertising logos for the town, which will focus on the slogan More in Morpeth.

Earlier this week an open meeting of about 40 local shopkeepers, businesses and councillors gave a positive response to the promotional campaign, which is set to be launched in the run-up to Christmas.

It follows a survey by Northumberland Tourism, which showed that about 86% of visitors to Morpeth come for the shopping offer.

Yesterday Morpeth and district chamber of trade chairman, John Beynon, said: “We feel we are doing very well compared to most other towns since the opening of Sanderson Arcade, which has had a significant impact because of its quality and design.

“It has increased footfall dramatically and we want to capitalise on that.


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Old August 27th, 2010, 10:07 PM   #31
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I'd like to see more development in Ashington. I can't wait for it.
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Old October 13th, 2010, 11:44 AM   #32
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Burgham Park Golf club's £13.5m drive
October 13th 2010, by David Black, The Journal


MULTI-MILLION pound plans to transform a Northumberland golf club into a major tourism and leisure complex have finally been given the green light – three years after they were first unveiled.

The 18-hole Burgham Park championship course near Felton, nine miles north of Morpeth, will get an 80-bedroom sporting lodge hotel, 50 self-catering holiday lodges, a conference centre and a leisure club with swimming pool, spa and gym.

The £13.5m investment, which will create up to 65 jobs as well as employment during construction, is being hailed as an important boost for the local economy and a significant addition to the county’s tourism offer.

Outline planning permission has now been granted by county councillors to Burgham Park’s co-owners, William Kiely and John Fallon.

The scheme also includes a PGA regional golfing academy and new clubhouse and driving range for the course, which was developed in the mid-1990s and designed with the help of former Ryder Cup star Mark James. In February 2009 a previous application by the two business partners was withdrawn just before it was due to go before councillors.

Planning officers at the former Castle Morpeth Council had recommended refusal because of concerns over a proposal to include 10 executive-style houses as part of the scheme.


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Old November 3rd, 2010, 04:53 PM   #33
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A little bit of FREE PUBLICITY for a photo on this thread, and for our FORUM . . .

I recently received the below request from the owner of the Ad-Venture series of monthly free magazines, from here in the North East of England . . .


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Hi. Please could you let me know if you'd be willing to allow me to use one of your photos on the front cover of my new "Ad-Venture" Morpeth magazine?

My web address is www.ad-venture.co (correct extension) if you'd like more details on who I am and what I do.

Kind regards
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If you live in certain parts of Newcastle (for example, North Newcastle) you will be familiar with your own version of Ad-Venture, and they are just starting a Morpeth area version.

After discussing it with him, I agreed to Albert's request, and he has today sent me a copy of the "first edition" of the Morpeth Ad-Venture magazine . . .



You may recognise the photo, from earlier in this thread.

If you look at an enlargement of the top part of the cover, you can see the "credit" given to this forum. It may be in small writing, but it is there. You never know, we may get some more Northumberland members, as a result of this!

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Of all the towns to be featured from a forum called 'Skyscraper City'
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 08:15 PM   #35
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Of all the towns to be featured from a forum called 'Skyscraper City'

Know what you mean!!

Mind, it's been a very long time since the remit of SkyscaperCity was mainly about 'skyscrapers'. Perhaps it's time for a name-change to reflect what we are actually about.
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Old November 24th, 2010, 03:40 PM   #36
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Nightshift workers open dream café in Morpeth
November 24th 2010, The Journal



TWO former nightshift workers who long wanted to open their own restaurant have opened a grill and café in Northumberland.

Kate Hannaford, 32, from County Durham and Neville King, 42, from Houghton-le-Spring have launched Beetroot Grill and Café at 42 Bridge Street, Morpeth.

They had talked of their plans while doing night shifts at a food factory. Kate wanted to own her own diner after travelling the world and seeing the relaxed atmosphere of café grills in countries such as New Zealand.

She said: “I learned from my travels that the people who make something of themselves are the people who are willing to do something bold and go it alone.

“Opening a restaurant in a recession seems pretty risky, but when you’re around like-minded people and are up for a bit of hard work and persistence you can make it work.

“Neville and I often passed the time on our nightshifts by dreaming about one day owning our own businesses – a grill restaurant serving fresh produce in a modern, quirky and laid back environment – we have merely chased our dream and made it a reality.”

More than 500 customers went along to the restaurant in its first week to taste its rustic Beetroot Grill and Café, which has six staff. And now in its second week, the business is opening up a second floor of dining space.


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The bakery (Glenton's) my brother works for are opening a shop in Morpeth next to T&G Allan on Newgate Street. I'll update this when I've asked him the date of opening.
ETA: It opens on Monday, 13th December.

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Old December 29th, 2010, 10:23 AM   #38
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Calls for former Asda site to be redeveloped
December 29th 2010, by James Moore, The Journal


PRESSURE is growing for action to revitalise the dilapidated site of a former supermarket in a North East pit town.

The former site of Asda in Ashington, Northumberland, has lain empty for more than three years after plans to redevelop it were put on hold.

Redevelopment of the site was intended to form the second phase of a £60m redevelopment, following the completion of a new £25m Asda superstore on the site of the former Portland Park football ground.

Supermarket giant Asda still owns the Lintonville site, just off the town centre, but say so far they have had no firm interest in it.

In February London-based property company Terrace Hill pulled out of a proposed redevelopment of the site, telling the county council they would not be pursuing a project in the current economic climate.


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It's been empty for 3 years? It closed last October. I do hope they do something with it soon. I'd like to see them do something with the bus station too. It's wet and cold waiting for a bus there.
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Store to bring jobs and flood defences
January 13th 2011, by David Black, The Journal


WORK is set to start this summer on the latest phase of a £60m, recession-busting transformation of shopping facilities in a Northumberland market town.

A new £24m superstore will bring almost 300 new jobs to Morpeth, as well as increasing shopping choice for local families.

Detailed plans for the massive foodstore, which will be built at Low Stanners next to the River Wansbeck, were put on show to the public yesterday by town centre developer Dransfield Properties.

The company expects to submit a planning application next month and hopes to start construction work in June, with the store scheduled to open for business in 2013.

It follows Dransfield Properties’ £32m investment in creating Morpeth’s flagship Sanderson Arcade shopping centre, which was opened by the star of Absolutely Fabulous, Joanna Lumley, in November 2009.

Work is currently taking place on the £3.5m second phase of the arcade, which will bring four more shop units and another 50 jobs.

Dransfield’s superstore plan was granted outline permission by the county council last June, beating off rival bids by retail giants Tesco and Sainsbury’s for new stores on the outskirts of Morpeth.

Both chains are said to be in the running to operate the Low Stanners store, along with Morrisons which already has a supermarket in Morpeth.

Yesterday Dransfield Properties managing director, Mark Dransfield, said he expects to be able to reveal the operator of the 50,000sq ft, two-level store by Easter this year.


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