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FIVE COUNCILS OF TEES VALLEY UNVEIL JOINT STRATEGY FOR THE NEXT 20 YEARS

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A 20-year strategy to regenerate large parts of the north east has been unveiled by the Tees Valley joint strategy ...
A 20-year strategy to regenerate large parts of the north east has been unveiled by the Tees Valley joint strategy unit, reports The Northern Echo.

New housing, better transport facilities and protection of the environment are some of the key elements in the latest version of the Tees Valley structure plan - drawn up for the councils of Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland and Stockton.

The revised version of the plan takes into account responses received during a major public consultation exercise held last year.

David Walsh, chairman of the joint strategy committee, said that the key theme of the plan was to ensure a better quality of life for future generations.

'We believe the new version of the plan does meet many of the points raised so far and we will consider carefully all the views and comments received over the next six weeks,' he said.
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