Security at the Tyne Bridge is being reviewed after more than two hundred people attended a New Year's Day rave in one of its' towers.
Police had to break in and evacuate the site and have yet to identify the organisers.
Newcastle City Council manage the building and have faced questions on how security was breached. They are reviewing what they do at the site and have fitted new metal plates to reinforce the entrance.
One Newcastle MP says that people need to be protected from what is an iconic but dangerous place.
Newcastle City council says the rave has created interest that could possibly help in the future: