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About Get Involved 23 April 2012
Council receives 14,000 comments on planning document
Newcastle City Council has received more than 14,000 comments on the future development strategy covering Newcastle and Gateshead.
Emirates increases Dubai plane capacity
Airline Emirates is introducing a larger aircraft on its daily flight from Newcastle to Dubai, allowing more than 2,000 extra passengers to travel each week.
Newcastle pledges to continue environmental work
Newcastle City Council has pledged to build on environmental successes by working with communities across the city.
Analysis: National Planning Policy Framework
Dr Nick Bunn, director at the Newcastle office of WYG Transport Planning, advises developers on the government’s new NPPF set to change the way transport schemes in Newcastle are assessed by planners.
Plans submitted for former TV station site
Developers have submitted plans for a hotel on a former Tyne Tees Television site in Newcastle.
Nexus progressing Metro ticket machine programme
Almost half of stations on Newcastle’s Metro transport system now have new ticket machines accepting credit card and cash payments.
Contracts awarded for housing development
Affordable housing provider Leazes Homes has appointed Barratt Homes North East and architecture firm IDPartnership to redevelop a former primary school site.
Edinburgh bank location "could benefit Newcastle"
Newcastle City Council leader Nick Forbes believes that the city could benefit from the government’s decision to site the news Green Investment Bank in Edinburgh.
Voters to decide on mayor elections in Newcastle
Voters in Newcastle watched a debate on whether the city should vote for an elected mayor with powers over regeneration.
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