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North Tyneside

(ˈtaɪnsaɪd)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority of NE England, in Tyne and Wear. Pop: 190 800 (2003 est). Area: 84 sq km (32 sq miles)
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Coun Bruce Pickard said that in some cases developers could carry out mitigation works instead of paying.
Payment is not mandatory but is an alternative to developers offering scheme specific mitigationCoun Bruce Pickard
North Tyneside deputy mayor Bruce Pickard told colleagues that reservists are often met with a number of "misconceptions" that act as barriers to employment.
The cabinet is made up of the leaders and deputy leaders of the three constituent councils, with each of the six responsible for a specific portfolio - Coun Jackson (place and productivity) and Coun Wayne Daley (education improvement), from Northumberland County Council; Coun Redfearn (housing and land) and Coun Bruce Pickard (economic growth) from North Tyneside Council; and Coun Forbes (business competitiveness) and Coun Joyce McCarty (employability and inclusion), from Newcastle City Council.
North Tyneside's deputy mayor, Coun Bruce Pickard, said: "Our award-winning coastline is one of North Tyneside's greatest assets.
With taking care of the environment one of the top priorities detailed in the Our North Tyneside Plan, deputy mayor Coun Bruce Pickard backed elected mayor Norma Redfearn's call for a report to be brought before council next month to declare a climate emergency.
Bruce Pickard remains Deputy Mayor and is in charge of regeneration, planning and economic development as well as delivering policy.
Cabinet members are: Norma Redfearn, who is responsible for overall strategy and policy; Bruce Pickard - Deputy Mayor, in charge of regeneration, planning and economic development as well as delivering policy; Ray Glindon - Finance and Resources; Gary Bell - Adult Social Care; Sarah Day - Culture, Sport and Leisure; Margaret Hall - Public Health and Wellbeing; Steve Cox - Housing; Carl Johnson - Environment and Transport; Carol Burdis - Community Safety and Engagement; Peter Earley-Children, Young People and Learning.
The cabinet members - Newcastle City Council leader Nick Forbes, his deputy Joyce McCarty, North Tyneside mayor Norma Redfearn, her deputy Bruce Pickard, and Northumberland County Council chief Peter Jackson - will also allocate their portfolio roles, make appointments to various committees and outside bodies, and adopt the NTCA constitution.
Coun Bruce Pickard, deputy mayor of North Tyneside, said that ministers could "easily" find the money that the fire service needs to plug a PS3.7m hole in its budget.
Deputy Mayor Councillor Bruce Pickard told a Cabinet meeting on Monday evening: "This is not a financial issue wrapped in environmentalism."
Coun Bruce Pickard, deputy mayor of North Tyneside said: "Infotel UK has made North Tyneside its home since launching in 2015 so its fantastic news that the company has chosen to expand in the borough, which is testament to the skills and experience of our local workforce.