The Tory grandee was fired as a government adviser after backing an amendment to Theresa May's Brexit Bill.Read the full story ›
The former Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Heseltine has been working with the 5 councils in the Tees Valley to create ambitious plans.Read the full story ›
Lord Heseltine's report on developing the economy of the Tees Valley makes key recommendations in seven areas.Read the full story ›
A report published today by the former deputy Prime Minister details his plan to turn the Tees Valley into a 'bustling powerhouse'.Read the full story ›
Labour MP Anna Turley has responded to Lord Heseltine's plans to transform the former SSI steelworks site in Redcar.
In a statement she said she was pleased the government were progressing on the future of the site, but is yet to see a clear plan.
I am pleased the government are progressing on the future of the SSI site and welcome any measures which help our local economy to recover from the loss of steelmaking and job losses in other industries like Boulby Potash.
We have the skills, experience and ambition here on Teesside to drive the area forward and it is good that the government recognise the importance of local leadership on this.
The short term commitment on securing the site is welcome but we have yet to see a clear plan for cleaning up and whether or not they will take responsibility for the vast cost involved which simply cannot be borne by the local authorities.
Along with Labour colleagues on Teesside, our priority is developing a clear economic strategy for the region, building on our existing industrial and manufacturing strengths and crucially attracting the high skilled and high value jobs we need.
To deliver this, the Mayoral Development Corporation needs to be backed up with real, tangible powers and funding and not simply be a back-patting exercise by Ministers.
Lord Heseltine has revealed plans for a new Mayoral Development Corporation to help regenerate the Tees Valley area.Read the full story ›
The completion of a £35 million pound investment at Teesport is being marked with a 'topping out' ceremony this morning.Read the full story ›
More than 100 business leaders are to meet in Yorkshire at a summit discussing economic growth in the North.Read the full story ›
A new programme to help find jobs for steelworkers hit by a wave of redundancies will be chaired by the former deputy prime minister.Read the full story ›