North Tyneside

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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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Charles Hobkirk in 1868 said: "The greater part is of modern erection and this combined with the improved taste for ornamental architecture and its being built almost entirely of a fine whitish free-stone renders one of the prettiest and cleanest manufacturing towns in the West Riding.'' John Betjeman (before his knighthood) in 1964, described Huddersfield as "a town of great character and Georgian and Victorian beauty''.
Local councillor Charles Hobkirk said: "This is a problem in the whole estate.
Coun Charles Hobkirk said: "It's a welcome development.