Zetland FM Local News - 24th February 2023
An update on negotiations for the proposed Coatham Arena has been released;
Detectives from Middlesbrough CID say they would like to speak to a man caught on CCTV after watches, jewellery, designer trainers, and handbags were stolen from an address in Nunthorpe;
...and Cleveland Police have announced that they have formally appointed a new Deputy Chief Constable.
An update on negotiations for the proposed Coatham Arena has been released.
According to a joint statement issued yesterday, negotiations between the council and Coatham Arena Limited are said to be nearing a key juncture, bringing closer an option agreement for the former Coatham Bowl site to be leased for the building of a 5,000+ capacity multi-purpose Arena.
Subject to the successful conclusion of the negotiations the expectation is that the option agreement will be signed in the near future which will allow Coatham Arena Limited to prepare and submit its detailed planning application in due course.
The planning application will address the numerous issues relating to the development such as environmental and sustainability considerations; transport and access arrangements and impact on the surrounding residential area.
If planning permission is achieved, building can then commence with the Arena likely to open by 2028.
Detectives from Middlesbrough CID say they would like to speak to a man caught on CCTV after watches, jewellery, designer trainers, and handbags were stolen from an address in Nunthorpe.
The burglary happened at a property on Brass Castle Lane some time between 6.45pm and 9.40pm on Thursday 9th February.
Police say the man may be able to assist them with their ongoing enquiries.
Anyone with information, dashcam or CCTV which could assist the investigation is asked to contact Middlesbrough CID on the non-emergency number 101.
Cleveland Police have announced that they have formally appointed a new Deputy Chief Constable.
Victoria Fuller joined the Force’s Chief Officer Team on secondment in May 2022 as Temporary Assistant Chief Constable before graduating from the College of Policing's Strategic Command Course last December.
She brings a wealth of policing knowledge and expertise having joined Durham Constabulary in 1999.
During her career, Victoria has performed a variety of roles, at different ranks.
Prior to being seconded to Cleveland Police, she led the Digital, Data and Technology command across Cumbria and Durham Constabularies as a Chief Superintendent.