Over 50 years have passed since a bright new future was promised for Washington when it was declared a New Town
- and these images held by Tyne & Wear Archives show how much has changed.
Families of employers were allocated homes which were being built in the New Town
with Yvonne's expecting parents and her older brother Alan the fourth to move into a property on Allensgreen, that March.
We did not ask for the jetty to be torn down, we asked for access to the new town
and the Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Ministry had to act - but it has told us that demolishing the jetty was not an option.
A nephew of the detainee approached Police Station (PS) New Town
and got registered a case against the kidnappers.
The housing situation in new town
of Hashtgerd shows 58.
Keith Stockdale, coordinator of Barry and Vale Friends of the Earth, said: "A sustainable and environmentally sound new town
would ease the housing crisis as well as minimising the effects of extra traffic.
The G4 New Town
Development Project is a mammoth government-private joint project, worth as much as $45.
Newtown was named the most affordable new town
in the country, with a 14% fall in prices - compared to average earnings across Britain's new towns
going up 9%.
Builders was already at the forefront of energy efficiency.
It was on October 9, 1961, that Skelmersdale was dedicated as a New Town
- designed to house the overspill population of Liverpool.
As envisioned, New Town
at Capital City Market will include 3.
In fact, the Row was named in the late eighteenth century because it linked the older built-up part of Birmingham with a new town
that was emerging between the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal and the Aston Brook.