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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Lib Dem Nigel Huscroft said he thought other Labour cabinet members probably did have a "heads up" about the decision before it was taken, but found no wrongdoing in the decision-making itself.
In addition, councillors Andy Newman, Nigel Huscroft and Marian Huscroft, who represent the area, wrote letters urging the committee to reject the scheme.
Councillors Andy Newman, Nigel Huscroft and Marian Huscroft, who represent the area, have also written letters urging the committee to reject the scheme.
Elsewhere, UKIP, who were fielding 16 candidates, were unable to win any seats, while Liberal Democrat Nigel Huscroft retained his job in the Northumberland ward.
Ward councillor Nigel Huscroft, who has been supporting residents campaigning against the outline planning application, said: "We are delighted by the decision of the planing committee to reject these plans for reasons including the loss of the buffer between Benton and Wallsend, the ecological impact on the Rising Sun as well as concerns the problem of traffic congestion.
Couns David Ord, Nigel Huscroft and Marian Huscroft with resident Anne Craigen, front, at the site in Wallsend where there were plans for development EMILY CAREY
Supporting this statement, Coun Nigel Huscroft said: "We are corporate parents and it is our duty to ensure that schoolchildren across our area receive the best education they can." The meeting discussed at length the implications of the potential merger for the borough's 30,000 pupils.
Supporting the vote, Councillor Nigel Huscroft said: "We are corporate parents and it is our duty to ensure schoolchildren across our area receive the best education they can."
Now North Tyneside's Conservative Mayor Arkley, Labour group leader Jim Allan and Liberal Democrat leader Nigel Huscroft have signed a motion calling for the Government to re-think the decision.
Supporting this statement, Councillor Nigel Huscroft said: "We are corporate parents and it is our duty to ensure that schoolchildren across our area receive the best education they can."
Labour snatched the Benton, Collingwood, Killingworth, Monkseaton South and Whitley Bay wards from the Conservatives, as well as Lib Dem group leader Nigel Huscroft's seat in Wallsend.