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A man has been taken to hospital after a suspected assault at a Middlesbrough takeaway yesterday;

Officers and partner agencies have been continuing with their high visibility presence in Hemlington, with patrols around the Viewley Hill Centre and surrounding estate and reassurance patrols in hot spot areas;

...and work has begun on the construction of new bungalows in South Bank.

 

A man has been taken to hospital after a suspected assault at a Middlesbrough takeaway yesterday.

Cleveland Police descended on the Perfect Chicken store, on Borough Road, at around 6.30pm last night after the attack.

The North East Ambulance Service also attended, and took an injured man onto hospital.

Six police vehicles were at the the scene and officers taped off the entrance to the takeaway.

An ambulance crew and a doctor were also dispatched and they treated one man for his injuries.

He was then taken to hospital.

 

Officers and partner agencies have been continuing with their high visibility presence in Hemlington, with patrols around the Viewley Hill Centre and surrounding estate and reassurance patrols in hot spot areas. 

The action is part of Operation Impact, which aims to reduce crime and antisocial behaviour in Hemlington. 

On Monday, police also patrolled with the Force drone after a report of a fire and a group of youths were dispersed on Cresswell Close after a report of a fight. 

Throughout the day and into the evening, officers continued patrols with the drone and further activity will continue over the coming days. 

 

Work has begun on the construction of new bungalows in South Bank.

Representatives from Thirteen joined Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council leader, Mary Lanigan, and Esh Construction to mark the start of the much-needed new bungalows in South Bank.

Work started earlier this year, but due to Covid guidance, the official ceremony to celebrate this fantastic milestone has waited until now.

The 28 new bungalows, all for affordable rent, are being built around the Redcar Road area of South Bank.

They’re being delivered by Thirteen in partnership with Esh Construction and Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council supported by funding from Homes England and just over £500k from the Government's Brownfield Housing fund, as part of a larger housing-led regeneration programme for the area. 

The new bungalows will replace terraces demolished more than ten years ago and complement the nearby South Bank Eco Village.


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