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The Final Outcome (April 2014)

The Tynemouth Village Conservation Area Management Strategy Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) sets out potential projects and objectives for the area that will guide planning, regeneration and other development and management decisions. It will also form a basis for applications for any potential external funding.

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Tynemouth Village Conservation Area Management Strategy

 

We are writing a community-led management strategy for the conservation area and want as many people as possible to be part of it and have their say.

Strategy Duration Oct 2013 to April 2014 Site closed May 2015

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To have your say Email us tynemouthareaplan@gmail.com

Whats is a CAMS?

Inevitably, a conservation area changes over time, sometimes in a good way and others in a negative way. Change should be welcome in any place, so it's not about preventing change but managing it in a positive way. A management strategy is the planning tool to do that - it can help to enhance the conservation area and ensure it changes for the better in future to deal with development pressure or neglect. It can't deal with everything, after all, it is a planning document so it has to be useable and realistic.

 To see further information on the North Tyneside site click the link

    www.northtyneside.gov.hk

Progress So Far

We are currently undergoing a four-week long consultation on our Draft Management Strategy. Here’s how you can find out more and get involved:

We are encouraging people to read the Draft Management Strategy and comment online using the North Tyneside Council consultation portal, which can be accessed here: northtyneside-consult.limehouse.co.uk

Paper copies of the Draft Management Strategy will be available at the Planning Reception (Quadrant, Cobalt Business Park, NE27 0BY) and at Tynemouth, Cullercoats, Whitley Bay and North Shields Libraries.

Drop-in events where you can discuss the Draft Management Strategy with the community group who prepared the document and a Planning Officer, will take place at Tynemouth Library, Front Street on Thursday 13th February (3pm to 7pm), Saturday 15th February (11am to 1pm), Saturday 22nd February (11am to 1pm) and Thursday 27th February (3pm to 7pm).

Responses are also welcome in writing via email: laura.hewitt@northtyneside.gov.uk

or via post:  Freepost RSAE-SHKR-JCKS,

North Tyneside Council, Planning Policy, Quadrant East (1st Floor Left), The Silverlink North, North Tyneside, NE27 0BY

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