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Spring 2015 Focus is here - lots of local news and action to read about

March 31, 2015 2:47 PM


Fences kicked into touch for now as football planning application fails to get support!
In what now looks like a victory for local residents, the application by Red House Farm Football Club to fence off the pitches (over 70% of the field) north of Kingston Park Road has been deferred unanimously by a meeting of the City's Planning Committee, which a large number of residents including Sea and Royal Marines cadets also attended (Friday 21st February) . It's down to the club to decide upon its next move, but the committee gave a strong steer that while an all weather pitch with floodlights and a fence might be acceptable, 10 foot high fences enclosing most of this public open space wouldn't be. And the Club has been told to consult with local councillors and the community before bringing back ANY modified plans.

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or ...... http://newcastle-libdems.org.uk/en/article/2015/1018051/fences-and-floodlights-kicked-into-touch-for-now-as-football-planning-application-defeated

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