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North Tyneside

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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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Dismissed as a "sea, sandcastles and candyfloss budget" by Labour councillor Frank Lott, the Tories proposed a 1% rise in council tax and a freeze on the council tax rate for homes where taxpayers are over 65.
North Conservative Judith Dismissed as a "sea, sandcastles and candyfloss budget" by Labour Councillor Frank Lott, the Tories proposed a 1% rise in council tax and a freeze on the council tax rate for homes where taxpayers are over 65.
I challenge David Cameron to act now and sack his man for his despicable comments." Council Labour leader Frank Lott said: "I'm astounded a senior councillor could come out with such a remark.
Planning committee chair, Coun Frank Lott, said that Coun Hodson should accept officers' assessment of the site's safety as being correct.
Committee chair Coun Frank Lott said: "As a former councillor of that ward and someone who knows the area particularly well, I can understand the residents' support for this scheme because the existing and deteriorating condition of Preston Towers has to be a concern - as does the antisocial behaviour that some residents are experiencing from that site." However, he said that the four additional houses would be "incongruous".
Committee chair, Coun Frank Lott, said: "As a former councillor of that ward and someone who knows the area particularly well, I can understand the residents' support for this scheme because of the existing and deteriorating condition of Preston Towers - and the antisocial behaviour some residents experience from that site."
Coun Frank Lott, cabinet member for economic development at North Tyneside Council, said: "This investment in North Tyneside is excellent news, bringing fantastic new facilities to Silverlink for shoppers from across the region, creating hundreds of jobs and providing more training opportunities for local young people."
Planning committee chair Frank Lott said that the council needed to help drive more leisure opportunities to improve the vibrancy of it town centres, adding that applicant HT Leisure had approached this project in a "responsible manner".
Planning committee chair Frank Lott said: "This is the one location on the river where cruise ships and navy ships dock, and we need to support the growing of the port as it has an impact on the local economy and jobs."
Coun Frank Lott, the council's cabinet member responsible for economic development, said: "It's really important that we have the necessary infrastructure to help ensure this is a thriving and prosperous borough as well as a great place to live.
The Howden councillor asked: "How many other hot food takeaways are in the area?" After being told by the committee chairman Coun Frank Lott that wasn't relevant, he said: "Don't we as North Tyneside Council have a duty to limit the number of hot food takeaways?" Even after Coun Lott explained that the application was for a micropub and not a hot food takeaway, Coun Hunter gestured at the planning documents and said "it says it in there".