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A deal has been reached with three Thai banks to bring key development land at the former Redcar steelworks back into public hands.

The body of a woman has been found in the search for missing Lucy Murphy.

...and a quad bikes has been seized by officers in Redcar following antisocial behaviour.

 

A deal has been reached with three Thai banks to bring key development land at the former Redcar steelworks back into public hands.

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen has today announced an agreement with SSI, over the huge swathes of industrial land on the south bank of the Tees.

After nearly three weeks of intense final negotiations between Mayor Houchen and the South Tees Development Corporation, and representatives of SSI, a landmark deal has been agreed.

And the mayor has announced it will spark the return of steelmaking to the site within three years.

The deal sees the 840 acres of land owned by SSI UK, along with all other assets on the site, acquired by and transferred to the South Tees Development Corporation.

 

The body of a woman has been found in the search for missing Lucy Murphy.

Police had been looking for the 26-year-old, from Coulby Newham, after she was reported missing from her home on Wednesday evening.

She was last seen at around 9.30pm.

A body has now sadly been discovered, and police say while identification has not yet taken place, her family are being supported by police.

The death is not currently being treated as suspicious.

 

A quad bikes has been seized by officers in Redcar following antisocial behaviour.

Yesterday morning, the Redcar Neighbourhood Police Team seized a quad bike following complaints from residents.

The red quad bike was believed to be responsible for causing disturbances to residents and grassed areas around West Dyke Road, Micklow Close and Parklands areas of Redcar.

If you have any information about off-road bikes, the identities of riders or where off-road bikes are being stored then please contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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