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Welcome to our Nunthorpe community site!

The 'mynunthorpe' site has moved on from our successful launching of The Nunthorpe Design Statement, adopted by Middlesbrough Council in September 2011. 

The new site is now put together in order to keep the community informed on threats to the character of Nunthorpe as we know it from large-scale housing developers and to provide a forum for the exchange  of news, events and issues affecting Nunthorpe.. 

Nunthorpe is facing a future threat from housing development following Middlesbrough Council's draft Local Plan. This document itemised a number of farm fields in Nunthorpe that would be available for development within the next 5 to 10 years. Read more about the issue by selecting the "Future Threats to Nunthorpe" on the sidebar to the left. 

Please follow the latest news below. If you wish to provide a comment on any of the items feel free to send an e-mail to admin@mynunthorpe.org

Enjoy your visit.  Bob Mullen

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Recent Announcements

  • Oh no! Not again!!!! As Brenda from Bristol said when told of another election - "Oh no! Not again"Unfortunately, we in Nunthorpe may be saying the same thing when/if the Government allows an ...
    Posted 1 Jan 2018, 04:39 by My Nunthorpe
  • A summary of the upcoming Middlesbrough Council Local Plan 2018 Definitely more like moving backward!!!!The proposed Middlesbrough Local Plan 2018by Bob Mullen - my summary of the situation With the radical change in Central Government planning policies in 2012 ...
    Posted 2 Nov 2017, 09:54 by My Nunthorpe
  • Middlesbrough Council road widening proposal for Dixons Bank In a typical knee jerk reaction to problems on the Marton Crawl voiced by our MP, Simon Ckarke, Middlesbrough Council have produced a road widening proposal on Dixons Bank which ...
    Posted 21 Oct 2017, 01:03 by My Nunthorpe
  • WW1 War Memorial finally Grade II listed by Historic England Great news! After nine months of working with Historic England the WW1 War Memorial is now finally listed as a Grade II monument. It is hoped over the next few ...
    Posted 18 Oct 2017, 01:12 by My Nunthorpe
  • Nunthorpe loses iconic heritage view. Part 3 Recently a number of Nunthorpians attended a War Memorial workshop at the Dorman Museum hosted by Civic Voice. We learned how evaluate the condition of existing memorials in order to ...
    Posted 15 Apr 2017, 04:10 by My Nunthorpe
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