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   About Renaissance    Get Involved 25 January 2012
New appointment to NE review team
Lord Andrew Adonis's North East Economic Review Team has added a new member to replace outgoing Bishop of Durham Justin Welby.
Science City hires business-development ace
Newcastle Science City has added business-development expert Charlie Wainwright to its team helping new high-tech firms grow.
Go-ahead for Ouseburn Valley housing scheme
Newcastle City Council has approved a 76-home scheme that forms the first phase of the Ouseburn Valley regeneration scheme.
Jesmond Towers scheme wins approval
Newcastle City Council planners have given the green light to the creation of a luxury housing development at the Jesmond Towers Estate.
Airport bosses seek US growth
Newcastle Airport's private-sector shareholder has said the hub should look to the United States to grow its business.
Infrastructure funding welcomed
Chairman of the North East LEP has welcomed the coalition government's commitment to upgrade the region's transport infrastructure and its moratorium on empty-property rates for new build.
Double honour for Jesmond Dene
Newcastle beauty spot Jesmond Dene has picked up two major awards in a matter of weeks.





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