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Borough Council Leader Simon Tagg has welcomed news that Keele University has been awarded University Enterprise Zone status.

Investment from Research England in the Keele Growth Corridor University Enterprise Zone will leverage £33million of public and private sector investment into what is  already the highest value employment site of its kind in Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire.

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Newcastle-under-Lyme Town Centre CCTV Report

Plans for the Council, working with Newcastle Business Improvement District (BID), to revamp the current “outdated” town centre CCTV system - which is now more than 20-years-old - were agreed by Cabinet.

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Residents are being asked to support a pioneering new consultation project being launched by the Borough Council and its project partner Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent (SASSOT) to help improve the health and wellbeing of residents in a North Staffordshire town.

Picture shows the continental market in Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre

A banquet of tempting goods will be served as food and craft markets are booked in for a visit to Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Picture shows The Guildhall Newcastle-under-Lyme and the Victoria Hall, Kidsgrove

Newcastle-under-Lyme has been chosen to work with the Government to develop innovative regeneration plans which could unlock millions of pounds of investment.

It is among 100 places which have been invited to develop proposals for “Town Deals” which Ministers say will be supported by a £3.6 billion fund.

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