Scarborough Borough Council (SBC)

North Bay Residents Association

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North Bay residents & representatives have been meeting to discuss the ongoing Sands & surrounding developments.  A round table meeting was held at the Town Hall on 25th September 2018 to discuss with Roland' Duce's representatives (Architect, Design & Development) local & business residents,  local Councillors, local residents & business who had concerns.  

From the notes to that meeting:

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Elections Timetable

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Guidelines and restrictions on decision making and publicity during the pre-election period:

"As you will be aware, local borough and parish elections are due to take place on Thursday 2 May so I thought it would be useful to remind you about the guidelines and restrictions on publicity during the pre-election period, known as purdah, which will start on Wednesday 13 March.

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Election Briefs

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"The session on Tuesday 19 February at 1.00pm at the Town Hall, St Nicholas Street, Scarborough, will include discussions about the role of a councillor, the responsibilities of the council and how it operates, as well as the skills required for the role.  There will also be a chance to quiz current councillors to find out what it is really like to be an elected member of the council.

The aim of the session is to inform those who might be interested in standing for election but are unsure about what is involved.

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Pride & Impediment?

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I look forward to hearing about the Premier Inn site visit.

"The original foundations and basis of the Sands development as shown, were to add value to the local economy  and enhance the environmental aspects of the North Bay for visitors and the local community.

" The Sands scheme has an important role in helping to achieve the renaissance of the North Yorkshire Coast by 2020 and Key Aims 2 (Building Prosperous Communities) and 3 (Creating Healthy and Vibrant Communities).

see   REPORT TO CABINET  TO BE HELD ON  16 OCTOBER 2007

" Forest View

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Sirius Minerals - Progress

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"2 July 2018  Sirius Minerals Plc Quarterly progress update

* The project remains on track to deliver first polyhalite and commercial production on time 

* The fully procured and financed capital estimate will be provided to the market once binding financing commitment letters have been executed

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Go Swivel

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"More than 4000 publicly owned buildings and spaces are being sold off by councils in England every year, according to a Freedom of Information request by community charity Locality. It says parks, libraries, town halls and swimming pools are among properties being sold, often to private developers to build luxury flats.  The charity warns that cash-strapped councils are making up for budget shortfalls by selling off assets which are vital community hubs for both young and old.

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Some Mothers Do Ave' Em

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"Live Nation has purchased a controlling interest in Cuffe & Taylor, one of the UK’s fastest-growing promoters. The business, which was founded in 2009 by Daniel Cuffe and Peter Taylor, is focused on festivals and promoting artists in novel and non-traditional outdoor venues.  Michael Rapino, Live Nation Entertainment President and CEO, said: “Our mission at Live Nation has never been clearer. We want to connect fans with the artists they love, and through this deal with Cuffe & Taylor we are able to offer fans in the UK more choices than ever before.”

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'Knocking Shops'

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'Fed up with always being in the slow queue? '

"Perhaps Benjamin Franklin said it best, in 1748: "Remember that time is money." 

Whether it is lining up to pay for your groceries, making a bank transaction, or waiting for a table at a trendy restaurant, time costs money. As businesses become aware of the direct and indirect costs of waiting, they are looking at innovative ways to reduce these expenses by "designing out" queues...

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