An interesting mixture of potential funding this week, for work with young people, including education, and projects for the disabled – plus church turret clocks! Continue reading External Funding Report from the Council 17 May 2019
Well done to all those involved in organising the public meeting on the proposed camping and caravan site last night. It was a packed room, and the speakers were both informative and passionate in their concerns – very much a … Continue reading Proposed Camping and Caravan Site
DOCKSIDE ROAD / SMITHS DOCK ROAD, SOUTH BANK Major works will be in operation on 2nd February 2019 for up to 6 months for service diversions and construction of new roundabout. Works to be carried out by Hall Construction Services Ltd (Enquiries: 01740650500 or 07970 497873) BROADWAY, GRANGETOWN A temporary lane closure will be in operation on the 1stMay 2019 for 3 weeks to install new electrical cable. Works to be carried out by O’Connor’s on behalf Northern Powergrid enquiries: 07799658660 NORMANBY ROAD, ORMESBY Two-way temporary traffic signals will be in operation from 23rd April 2019 for up to 4 weeks to install a new electricity main and transfer supplies. Works to be carried out by Freedom on behalf Northern Powergrid (In case of signals … Continue reading Roadworks in the borough over the next week.
The struggling school will be transferred to Outwood as its current sponsor, AET, faces a ‘no confidence’ vote from unions— Read on http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/teesside-news/failing-school-taken-over-outwood-16228577 This is one of the last achievements of the Labour Council I was proud to be a Cabinet member in. I am sure that, had we not fought so hard for a better future for this school, it would still be in the hands of the discredited and cynical Academies Enterprise Trust (AET). Sue Jeffrey and I met with AET but nothing changed. Eventually we got a meeting with the Regional Schools Commissioner, but nothing changed. Finally … Continue reading Failing school to be taken over by Outwood as unions launch ‘no confidence’ ballot in former leadership – Teesside Live