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31 October 2011

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Developer plans shopping centre refurbishment

Monument Mall in Newcastle

Developer Hammerson is planning to revamp the Monument Mall in Newcastle city centre, it has announced.
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New city marina set to attract boating visitors

Newcastle City Marina is set to open within weeks, attracting hundreds of new seafaring visitors to the city each year.
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Sleeperz Hotel set to open in December

Sleeperz Hotels has announced that it is on track to open a 98 bedroom budget hotel in December.
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Plans submitted for Scotswood regeneration

New homes for Scotswood

Plans have been submitted for the first phase of new homes under a new public-private joint venture to regenerate the Scotswood area of the city.
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Gateshead and Newcastle revamp economic development

Gateshead and Newcastle Councils have asked former Labour minister Lord Charlie Falconer to take charge of a new business development commission to help champion private sector growth.
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Councils consult over planning strategies

Newcastle and Gateshead councils have launched a consultation on two strategies to boost economic development across the area.
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Partners reaffirm Science City commitment

Newcastle University and Newcastle City Council have reaffirmed their commitment to the Science City project following a strategic review of the scheme.
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Newcastle International Airport set for expansion

Work will begin in November on a new extension to Newcastle International Airport.
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Newcastle park wins town planning award

A "pocket park" in front of St Nicholas Cathedral in Newcastle has won a regional award for town planning.
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Renaissance #7 - out soon

The seventh issue of Renaissance, the magazine promoting economic development in Newcastle, is published this winter, featuring guest writer and "Estates Gazette" markets editor Noella Pio Kivlehan taking a consumer journey through the city, looking at the independent offer, including popular markets in Grainger Town and Quayside.
Mark Smulian reports on environmental initiatives, following Newcastle's rating by the Forum for the Future as the UK's most sustainable city.
And we look at developments in Newcastle's housing supply, with major projects in Scotswood and a new community trust in Byker.
Renaissance also features a tour of the city with council leader Nick Forbes, as he sets out his vision for the next phase of regeneration. And we publish a summit discussion with council chiefs and leading academics, looking at economic development and further and higher education.
The magazine is published annually. In between issues, this newsletter is sent out quarterly to keep you up-to-date with developments in Newcastle.
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