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Baedling Manor ( Elliottt's Garage)

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The West Bedlngton Town Council Newsletter is interesting.

It informs us that this site has not passed the contaminated land conditions

A case officer with NCC planning department claims that for the building work to commence several conditions had to be met.

In 2007 planning permission was granted on condition a contaminated land survey was submitted and appropriate remediation measures agreed and implemented before any development started.

They state to date this important condition has not been discharged by the developer.

If this is not dangerous to future occupants then the wall of the Whitley Memorial may finish the job.

A crack has appeared onto the Main Street and the wall could fall.

Check out the camera.

Barricades have appeared but may not check or hold the movement.

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If this is not dangerous to future occupants then the wall of the Whitley Memorial may finish the job.

A crack has appeared onto the Main Street and the wall could fall.

Is it not the "Church School"  wall that belongs to Dysart Developments that is cracked? 

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It really needs action before it is too late.

If the wall falls it could make the national news and highlight the problems in Bedlington.

I hope no one dies if / when the wall and school fall into the main road.

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This was a year and a half ago. As the opening of Baedling Manor seems to be immindent, are you aware if this has been done Malcolm?

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16 minutes ago, Maz said:

This was a year and a half ago. As the opening of Baedling Manor seems to be immindent, are you aware if this has been done Malcolm?

Maz......answered you directly on your facebook thread.  

 

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