Gateshead Coronavirus Response: Survey


So we can better serve our community please let us know your views:

 

We hope this post finds you all safe and well.

Over the last few months it’s become clearer than ever that Gateshead is a place with an incredibly active and caring community, it's been great to see people pull together to help others get through a difficult time. We know everyone has done their bit and made sacrifices - so THANK YOU!

As your local Councillors we’ve been busier than ever trying to make sure people get the support they need and challenging the Council to make sure it helps all Gateshead residents, now we would really like to know your opinions on what the next step of recovery from Coronavirus should look like for our community.

As Liberal Democrats we have our own ideas too, we’d like a green recovery with better parks, paths, clean air and a focus on stopping climate change; we need to focus on care homes more than ever, older residents must get respect; we need to get people working again so that local business can survive.

 

Please take 5 minutes to fill in our survey and let us know your thoughts: CLICK HERE


Bank House Update


Work could start again on the unfinished house on Whickham Bank if the Government approves changes to the building plans.

 

Planning permission for the house was given by Gateshead Council in 1998 but building work stopped when concerns were raised that neighboring properties would lose their privacy.

Gateshead Council was then asked to intervene to get changes made to the house, so that it's views of neighboring houses could be addressed. There is a long and difficult legal process which needs to be gone through to achieve this.

Cllr. Peter Craig reports: "The final stage of negotiations has only now been reached and agreement is being sought with the building's owner to modify the design to reduce overlooking of neighbouring homes and alleviate local residents' concerns"

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Low Fell Car Park Survey

 

Let Us Know Your Views:

Local business owners and residents have told us that they feel the car parking charges at Cross Keys Lane car park and Lowrey’s Lane car park are bad for our local shops and businesses. Parents who send their children to Kells Lane School have also told us that the first 20 minutes free car parking at Lowrey’s Lane car park sometimes isn’t enough time when picking up or dropping off their children. 

We are now seeking your views on how to improve the public car parking in Low Fell and we are asking residents to complete our survey below. Low Fell Councillor Daniel Duggan said “Having a vibrant shopping area is so important for Low Fell and we need the Council to do everything it can to help support local businesses. This survey will help us when we have discussions with Council officers so please do take a few minutes to complete it”.

Please answer this short survey CLICK HERE 


Friends of Kells Lane Park

 

Would you like to volunteer?

Kells Lane Park is a fantastic asset for our community and we believe everyone benefits from well cared for, open play and recreation areas such as this. Would you like to help form and be part of a Friends of Kells Lane Park group, with the aim of working with residents to find out how the park can be improved and help care for it for everyone in Low Fell.

If you have some time to spare and would like to join please contact Low Fell Councillor Daniel Duggan at [email protected]


Low Fell Volunteer Gardeners Plant Spring Bulbs

Something to Look Forward to Next Spring:

Low Fell Volunteer Gardeners recently worked with the Rotary Club and pupils from Kells Lane School to plant crocus bulbs at the island on Beaconsfield Avenue in aid of World Polio Day.

 

 

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