North Tyneside Business Awards

Starts: 30 November 2017 06:30 PM (GMT)
Finishes: 30 November 2017 11:55 PM (GMT)

North Tyneside

About this event

The North Tyneside Business Awards are about celebrating North Tyneside as a place to do business. They aim to:

  • - raise awareness and promoting North Tyneside as a place of business prosperity
  • - inspire local business growth and prosperity
  • - bring local businesses together to share in the success of the area as a whole.

There are five categories and all individual winners are automatically entered for the coveted North Tyneside Business of the Year Award.

The event, which is organised by North Tyneside Business Forum, brings together businesses in all sectors from across the borough to increase collaboration and create a supportive environment that encourages business growth.

North Tyneside Business Forum acts as a link between North Tyneside Council, local businesses and chambers of trade, as well as between the education, community and third sectors.

Capita is once again the sponsor of the Leisure and Tourism Category, which celebrates businesses that have helped to enhance the borough’s leisure and tourism offer.

Reducing the risk of flooding in North Tyneside

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Throughout I have been kept in touch about road closures and access to my property. The area has been kept clean and safe, the men worked long hours, even under floodlights to complete the project. The road has been thoroughly cleaned and I can get the car into my garage again.

North Tyneside resident

Improving food safety standards in North Tyneside

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We are committed to supporting local businesses. However, when there are unacceptable risks to public health, enforcement action will be taken to protect the interests of consumers and maintain food safety.

Cllr John Harrison, cabinet member for Housing and Transport

Delivering North Tyneside’s streetworks permit scheme

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The permit scheme generates £350k of revenue each year from permit application fees

Streetworks permit scheme at North Tyneside