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WILCOX “a thoroughly dishonest woman motivated only by greed . . . “ Court Judge Simon Phillips The Full Story The Great Jacksons Landing Give-Away As Hartlepool Borough Council attempt to laugh off the Jacksons Landing ebay debacle, the contractor has been left laughing all the way to the bank while the humble taxpayer is left to foot the bill. Redcar Leader to Stand for Tees Valley Elected Mayor The Labour Leader of Redcar and Cleveland Council is the first to throw her hat into the ring for the position of Elected Mayor for the Tees Valley Combined Authority  due to be elected in May next year. Evening Gazette Story  
The picture above is taken from the pages of the Hartlepool Mail from the late 1990s as the then Labour Leader of Hartlepool Council, the late Bryan Hanson ceremoniously opened a revamped Church Street. The project was part of the £37m City Challenge scheme and was intended to give Church Street a Mediterranean style which would attract new visitors to the town. It involved the refurbishment of several buildings and their frontage which had fallen into disrepair, the laying of block paving, the planting of several trees and the construction of a glass conopy on one side of the street. The present Labour Council expect work to begin soon on its own £7.35m scheme to once again ‘regenerate’ Church Street, This time the claim is it will ‘redefine the Church Street area with additional daytime uses, an improved environment and a vibrant creative industries economy.’
WILCOX “a thoroughly dishonest woman motivated only by greed . . . “ Court Judge Simon Phillips The Full Story The Great Jacksons Landing Give-Away As Hartlepool Borough Council attempt to laugh off the Jacksons Landing ebay debacle, the contractor has been left laughing all the way to the bank while the humble taxpayer is left to foot the bill. Redcar Leader to Stand for Tees Valley Elected Mayor The Labour Leader of Redcar and Cleveland Council is the first to throw her hat into the ring for the position of Elected Mayor for the Tees Valley Combined Authority  due to be elected in May next year.  
The picture above is taken from the pages of the Hartlepool Mail from the late 1990s as the then Labour Leader of Hartlepool Council, the late Bryan Hanson ceremoniously opened a revamped Church Street. The project was part of the £37m City Challenge scheme and was intended to give Church Street a Mediterranean style which would attract new visitors to the town. It involved the refurbishment of several buildings and their frontage which had fallen into disrepair, the laying of block paving, the planting of several trees and the construction of a glass conopy on one side of the street. The present Labour Council expect work to begin soon on its own £7.35m scheme to once again ‘regenerate’ Church Street, This time the claim is it will ‘redefine the Church Street area with additional daytime uses, an improved environment and a vibrant creative industries economy.’
WILCOX “a thoroughly dishonest woman motivated only by greed . . . “ Court Judge Simon Phillips The Full Story The Great Jacksons Landing Give-Away As Hartlepool Borough Council attempt to laugh off the Jacksons Landing ebay debacle, the contractor has been left laughing all the way to the bank while the humble taxpayer is left to foot the bill. Redcar Leader to Stand for Tees Valley Elected Mayor The Labour Leader of Redcar and Cleveland Council is the first to throw her hat into the ring for the position of Elected Mayor for the Tees Valley Combined Authority  due to be elected in May next year.  
The picture above is taken from the pages of the Hartlepool Mail from the late 1990s as the then Labour Leader of Hartlepool Council, the late Bryan Hanson ceremoniously opened a revamped Church Street. The project was part of the £37m City Challenge scheme and was intended to give Church Street a Mediterranean style which would attract new visitors to the town. It involved the refurbishment of several buildings and their frontage which had fallen into disrepair, the laying of block paving, the planting of several trees and the construction of a glass conopy on one side of the street. The present Labour Council expect work to begin soon on its own £7.35m scheme to once again ‘regenerate’ Church Street, This time the claim is it will ‘redefine the Church Street area with additional daytime uses, an improved environment and a vibrant creative industries economy.’
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