Lodge facilities – Fairview Of Minot http://fairviewofminot.com/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 00:58:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://fairviewofminot.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/profile.png Lodge facilities – Fairview Of Minot http://fairviewofminot.com/ 32 32 Lack of basic facilities in slums near Osmania University https://fairviewofminot.com/lack-of-basic-facilities-in-slums-near-osmania-university/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 10:41:00 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/lack-of-basic-facilities-in-slums-near-osmania-university/ Hyderabad: Nine slums near Osmania University, namely, Angri Bazar, Nursery Garden, Old Dairy Farm, Jamia Osmania, VC Lodge Basti, Camp No. 3, Camp No. 4, Camp No. 5, Cand and No 6 are local settlements which lack drainage system since the first period. These areas were previously part of the suburbs of the city and […]]]>

Hyderabad: Nine slums near Osmania University, namely, Angri Bazar, Nursery Garden, Old Dairy Farm, Jamia Osmania, VC Lodge Basti, Camp No. 3, Camp No. 4, Camp No. 5, Cand and No 6 are local settlements which lack drainage system since the first period.

These areas were previously part of the suburbs of the city and were included in the boundaries of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), after the expansion of the city.

These slums carry their own history like the university. These slums formed in the vicinity of the historic Osmania University when laborers involved in the construction of the university settled here to carry out various construction-related tasks.

They grew up in the regions while receiving an education and also held third- and fourth-level jobs at Osmania University, as cooks, cleaners, and clerks, among others.

Surprisingly, the backwardness of these slums has increased as the city has experienced long-term development. The lack of fresh water pipes and drainage pipes in these slums is cause for concern for their future generations.

Anganwadi Urdu and English schools in these areas are not connected to electricity and the flow of raw sewage is seen in front of schools and homes.

The number of admissions to these schools is declining as Anganwadi workers survive on candles and emergency lights at night.

All the roads leading to the settlements mentioned are in a terrible state.

Electricity supply has also been interrupted in Camps No. 3 and 6 for the past 25-30 days, without any separate electricity arrangement having been made.

The university administration is responsible for paying the electricity bills of the slums since the majority of the residents are employed at the university. The majority of workers earn a salary of six to seven thousand rupees.

A month ago, the University’s Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ravinder Yadav, issued a notice to Camp 4 regarding non-payment of electricity bill which amounted to Rs eight lakhs.

The workers were taken aback by this action by the university.

Even today, the people of this township are willing to pay the obligatory electricity bill but are unable to pay the amount due to the fact that the electricity bill of the slum is Rs 8 lakh and is added to the commercial rate.

Due to non-payment of bills, people have been living here in the dark for about a month. Religious places in the region were also affected by this power outage.

Residents of these settlements say they are ready to pay electricity bills with a domestic tariff.

The area is surrounded by dense forest with imminent danger of wild animals.

The roads leading to these areas are closed by digging deep pits in several places. Garbage trucks from all over the city also dumped garbage on the road from the locality to Habsiguda.

Several deaths have also been reported in the region due to growing concerns. A young man is believed to have died from a snakebite, while a pregnant woman succumbed to her pain as she made her way to hospital through the pit and roads filled with puddles of water.

Streetlights in these slums, surrounded by wild bushes towards the dense forest, would be turned off at night.

Despite an opinion from the Human Rights Commission, the university was not affected.

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Belfast Causeway cafes and restaurants: Council agrees to allow street facilities to continue despite concerns https://fairviewofminot.com/belfast-causeway-cafes-and-restaurants-council-agrees-to-allow-street-facilities-to-continue-despite-concerns/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 08:22:00 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/belfast-causeway-cafes-and-restaurants-council-agrees-to-allow-street-facilities-to-continue-despite-concerns/ Pavements cafes will continue to operate in Belfast city center At Belfast City Council’s Licensing Committee, elected members voted for a one-year extension of the free temporary licensing scheme, against the advice of council officers, who promoted the option of returning to a free temporary licensing scheme. five-year fixed licenses, with fees totaling £445 over […]]]>
Pavements cafes will continue to operate in Belfast city center

At Belfast City Council’s Licensing Committee, elected members voted for a one-year extension of the free temporary licensing scheme, against the advice of council officers, who promoted the option of returning to a free temporary licensing scheme. five-year fixed licenses, with fees totaling £445 over the period. .

The scheme was introduced to help the hospitality sector during the pandemic as the council had yet to implement the 2016 legislation “due to lack of technical advice” from Stormont.

The temporary license meant that businesses could use the terrace cafe area while their license application was being determined, and statutory agencies were encouraged to take a very liberal stance when considering applications to allow the reopening of hotel businesses.

This has led to larger terrace café areas than would have been agreed under normal circumstances, as well as Stormont introducing parklets and closing roads for terrace café spaces.

There are currently 85 sidewalk cafes in Belfast with temporary licenses. All temporary licenses were due to expire this month.

A council officer’s report says. “A few licensed sidewalk cafes, particularly in the city centre, are now becoming a source of complaints from adjacent businesses and members of the public.

“The nature of these complaints relate to the size of the area used, the area affecting footfall and trade with adjacent businesses, furniture not removed at the end of trade and the impact on early morning deliveries.

“We also have reports that the council’s cleaning and waste management teams are struggling to put their vehicles in empty bins and clean the streets because furniture in pavement cafes is not removed at the time. end of trade.

“Additionally, the sidewalk is not cleaned and waste generated by customers using the area is not collected by the company. This contributes to ongoing cleanliness issues in the city.

The report goes on to propose a permanent license system and a return to the royalty structure. It says: “Given the circumstances under which the temporary scheme was introduced, the council has waived all fees associated with a sidewalk cafe application.

“In 2017 the council agreed that a fee should be charged for a sidewalk café license and determined that the grant application fee was £225.00, with an annual license fee of £55.00 £ for the following four years. No annual license fee is charged for the first year.

“It is proposed that, in implementing the sidewalk café scheme, we also introduce the associated fees agreed by the board in 2017.

“In doing so, this approach would be similar to that of several other councils. The financial implications of not introducing fees for five-year sidewalk cafe licenses will result in a loss of revenue of at least £37,825, just based on the current number of applications granted at the moment.

Councilors instead backed a Sinn Féin proposal to extend the temporary license for another year. Councilor Claire Canavan told the chamber: ‘I know the temporary process was put in place to help businesses on the road to recovery during the pandemic, but I think it’s still safe to say that it there are still many companies on this road.

“In fact, they have actually been delayed, because we are now in a cost of living crisis, and there are actually going to be businesses forced to close. I would question the timing of this – we are at a time when we should be seen as helping businesses.

She added: “We can look at it after that date, but in the meantime the council can consult with businesses on the permanent program and guidelines. So, when we come to look at it, most of the problems faced by businesses will hopefully have been resolved.

A council officer said: ‘The message through the pandemic was a very soft approach to getting out, and to be honest we didn’t take a strong enforcement line. With a permanent system, we would intensify this, to deal with those who were not authorized and those who were not compliant. The officer said licensed and unlicensed cafes were to blame for the cleanliness issues.

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Sophisticated meeting and conference facilities available at Nikko Bali Hotel https://fairviewofminot.com/sophisticated-meeting-and-conference-facilities-available-at-nikko-bali-hotel/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 04:52:57 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/sophisticated-meeting-and-conference-facilities-available-at-nikko-bali-hotel/ The resort offers a birthday gift for those who wish to celebrate at the beachfront resort. The package includes a unique lunch or dinner, flower arrangement and use of the reception hall until 6 am. NUSA DUA – Hotel Nikko Bali Benoa Beach offers sophisticated facilities suitable for small board meetings, medium-sized conferences and large […]]]>

The resort offers a birthday gift for those who wish to celebrate at the beachfront resort. The package includes a unique lunch or dinner, flower arrangement and use of the reception hall until 6 am.

NUSA DUA – Hotel Nikko Bali Benoa Beach offers sophisticated facilities suitable for small board meetings, medium-sized conferences and large events.

Equipped with two meeting rooms, a boardroom and captivating outdoor venues, the experienced and dedicated Meeting Services team can customize the space to meet your needs. From hosting to entertainment and video conferencing. Even with the most complicated presentation setup it is possible and the professional team is ready to make your event a great success.

Additionally, the resort has unveiled its packages to meet customer needs such as the Team Building package. The package will improve your social relationships and define roles within teams. The offer includes backyard or beach play options. Those who wonder about the etiquette used while eating can also join the Table Manner course. By investing IDR 350,000 net/person, you will be entitled to use of the reception hall for up to 6 hours, a unique soft drink, a unique fixed menu lunch, a presentation by the professional team and a certificate.

Celebrating a memorable moment on a tropical island is one of the dreams to pursue. Therefore, the resort also offers a birthday present for those who wish to celebrate it at the beachfront resort. The package includes a unique lunch or dinner, flower arrangement and use of the reception hall until 6 hours.

“Every service and setup provided will be performed in accordance with the hotel’s cleanliness, health and safety program, which has been verified by official government agencies aligned with safety protocols for guests and employees.⁠ Additionally, our hotel is certified for the ASEAN MICE Venue Standard, an accreditation developed by the ASEAN Tourism Organization. I believe that now is the time to recover from the pandemic and communicate face to face again in order to develop better communication work. ‘crew. said Takashi Hoshinogeneral manager of the Nikko Bali Benoa Beach hotel.

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Tom Brady Introduces TB12 Workout to Facilities Market in Deal with Wynn Las Vegas https://fairviewofminot.com/tom-brady-introduces-tb12-workout-to-facilities-market-in-deal-with-wynn-las-vegas/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 09:48:24 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/tom-brady-introduces-tb12-workout-to-facilities-market-in-deal-with-wynn-las-vegas/ TB12 and Wynn Las Vegas are collaborating to provide resort guests with one-on-one training. The first time TB12 worked in the installation market The TB12 holistic training method was originally founded by NFL footballer Tom Brady and his physical trainer Alex Guerrero as a home workout. Muscle flexibility protocol allowed Brady to play top-level NFL […]]]>

TB12 and Wynn Las Vegas are collaborating to provide resort guests with one-on-one training. The first time TB12 worked in the installation market

The TB12 holistic training method was originally founded by NFL footballer Tom Brady and his physical trainer Alex Guerrero as a home workout.

Muscle flexibility protocol allowed Brady to play top-level NFL football well into his 40s

TB12 nutritional products, smoothies and supplements will also be available to customers.

NFL superstar Tom Brady is bringing his digital fitness concept and TB12 nutritional supplement lines to the facilities market for the first time, following a deal with luxury resort operator, Wynn Las Vegas.

The move is a major pivot, as TB12 was previously only available to the home fitness market, and will see the partners bring top-tier fitness and nutritional products to resort customers.

The TB12 workout was developed by Brady and his body coach Alex Guerrero and is centered around five pillars: flexibility, nutrition, hydration, movement and mental fitness, with a particular focus on muscle capacity.

Guests will benefit from personalized coaching journeys and training plans by TB12 trained body coaches who are licensed physical therapists and athletic trainers. Sessions will be held at the Encore Fitness Center within the Wynn and TB12 nutritional products, such as smoothies and supplements, will also be available.

Brady – who is married to supermodel Gisele Bündchen – is known for the longevity of his sporting career, which saw him play top-flight football until his 40s. Something he attributes to the TB12 muscle flexibility protocol.

Earlier this year, Brady and the Wynn worked together for Capital One’s live golf event, The Match. The hotel hosted the 12-hole event where Brady and Aaron Rodgers took on Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen.

“After our successful collaboration with the Wynn for The Match in June, it was natural to formalize this partnership on behalf of TB12,” Brady said. “Our TB12 body coaches, who are the heart and soul of our business and experts in the field of health and wellness, will be able to provide clients with the exact plan of the work that Alex and I have done together all these years.

“Adding the TB12 experience to Wynn’s already premium suite of wellness-focused offerings is an opportunity for our team to reach all customers looking to pursue their health and wellness goals. to be while traveling,” Brady said.

“The introduction of TB12 signifies a new approach to wellness at our resort,” said Brian Gullbrants, President of Wynn Las Vegas. “Providing guests with a way to maintain their wellness goals at the resort and on the go demonstrates our commitment to providing unique amenities not found anywhere else in Las Vegas.”

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DOAS adds a modern touch to the renovation of a classic office tower https://fairviewofminot.com/doas-adds-a-modern-touch-to-the-renovation-of-a-classic-office-tower/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 05:43:36 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/doas-adds-a-modern-touch-to-the-renovation-of-a-classic-office-tower/ The extensive renovations aim to create a like-new boutique office tower designed for the 21st century with state-of-the-art infrastructure. By Ric Clark, Contributing Writer In early 2022, two of New York’s largest real estate development companies, WatermanCLARK and Brookfield Properties, announced plans to pursue the $100 million redevelopment and reimagining of Lever House, an iconic […]]]>

The extensive renovations aim to create a like-new boutique office tower designed for the 21st century with state-of-the-art infrastructure.

By Ric Clark, Contributing Writer

In early 2022, two of New York’s largest real estate development companies, WatermanCLARK and Brookfield Properties, announced plans to pursue the $100 million redevelopment and reimagining of Lever House, an iconic 1950s office tower located in heart of Midtown Manhattan on Park Avenue.

The extensive renovations aim to create a like-new boutique office tower designed for the 21st century with state-of-the-art infrastructure, building systems and amenities, while retaining and celebrating architectural heritage and mid-century design. The redevelopment program will include an improved and newly refurbished lobby, an improved and vibrant landscaped public plaza, an expansive private outdoor terrace with an adjoining hospitality suite, personal wellness and training facilities, and more. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), the original architects of Lever House, return as the project’s lead design company.

The Lever House redevelopment comes amid a marked period of flight to quality in the commercial property sector. Businesses are looking for new, modern workspaces that are welcoming and prioritize employee health and well-being. Given the rise of hybrid working, companies are also looking for buildings that provide space for employees to congregate and socialize when they come into the office. With these new tenant expectations in mind, the development team is creating a modern vision for Lever House.

Completed in 1952 as the American headquarters of the Lever Brothers soap company, Lever House was globally recognized for its architectural influence at the time of its completion and in the decades that followed. It was an early example of a glass curtain wall facade, revolutionizing Park Avenue, which until then had featured exclusively brick and masonry buildings. The facade, as well as the positioning of the building’s slender tower along the north end of the site, allows for sufficient sunlight on all floors. The rest of the site is covered by a podium that appears to float on stainless steel columns, giving the ground floor to public space rather than retail – a decision that redefined the relationship between the private domains. and public. Lever House is hailed as an icon of the shift to modern skyscrapers and later became one of only 50 buildings worldwide to win a twenty-five year award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Seventy years ago, Lever House represented the cutting edge of office design and architecture. After decades of existence, however, the darling office tower needs upgrades in order to compete with the state-of-the-art skyscrapers that have sprung up across the city and attracted large tenants paying high rents. Given its historic status, the development team took on the unique challenge of maintaining the tower’s bones while redesigning every facet of its function and interior to meet the needs of the modern 21st workforce. century centered on health, well-being and hospitality.

To that end, on the third floor, in consultation with renowned architectural firm Marmol Radziner, the developers are creating Lever Club, an exclusive lounge, restaurant, conference room and hospitality suite connected at nearly 15,000 feet squares of outdoor terraces overlooking Park Avenue for the benefit of the building’s tenants. In the building’s lobby, Marmol Radziner designed an inviting seating arrangement to create an intimate environment similar to what you might find in a luxury hotel. Many of the building’s original details, such as the exterior paving, plaster ceilings, stainless steel columns and marble planter, will be restored. A new planting program by Reed Hilderbrand will bring a grove of birch trees to window boxes, both in the plaza and on the third-floor terrace.

Perhaps the least visible but no less impactful change coming to Lever House concerns air filtration. Among a workforce slowly returning to in-person work after more than two years of a pandemic — in which COVID-19 spread via airborne droplets — there is a heightened awareness of indoor air quality that did not exist before the pandemic. In addition to preventing disease, there is compelling data to prove that air filtration has a direct impact on a business’ bottom line. In a 2015 Harvard study on the effects of indoor environmental quality on cognitive function, study participants assigned to well-ventilated offices with below-average levels of indoor pollutants and CO2 had, on average, double the cognitive performance scores compared to those who worked in offices with typical levels.

At Lever House, engineering firm Cosentini was commissioned to update the tower’s mechanical systems, from mid-century perimeter induction units to a dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS), which will provide 100% outdoor air to tenants. The system will prevent recirculation of air between floors and cross-contamination of air between tenants, while reducing odours. As an added benefit, DOAS will allow for additional floor space and higher ceilings, all without altering the exterior appearance of the building. A multi-million dollar operation, this facility required a complete dismantling of the space to demolish all mechanical equipment associated with air filtration and replace air distribution systems. With wellness upgrades such as DOAS, Lever House is aiming for the highest health and sustainability standards including LEED Gold, WELL, WiredScore Platinum, Energy-Star and GRESB upon completion in Q1 2023.

Lever House is in good company among buildings like 1100 Avenue of Americas and 660 Fifth Avenue, all of which are setting a new standard for workplace wellness by integrating DOAS systems. This feature, combined with others such as large windows that let in an abundance of natural light and outdoor terraces that connect workers to nature, sets these buildings apart from others by enhancing employee mood and performance.

Lever House’s original design was revolutionary because of its prioritization of workers’ needs; its slender tower produced natural light for employees rather than leasable square feet while its ground-level pedestrian plaza gave up retail revenue for public space. In a highly competitive environment where tenants seek only the best office space, the employee-centric approach taken to this redevelopment will allow Lever House to reclaim its position as one of New York’s most desirable buildings. Town.

Ric Clark is the co-manager of WatermanCLARK.




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Yet another student protest against hostel facilities at Osmania University? Here is what the official h- Edexlive https://fairviewofminot.com/yet-another-student-protest-against-hostel-facilities-at-osmania-university-here-is-what-the-official-h-edexlive/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 12:40:00 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/yet-another-student-protest-against-hostel-facilities-at-osmania-university-here-is-what-the-official-h-edexlive/ Osmania University (OU) is again witnessing protests at its premises in front of its Vice-Chancellor’s building today, September 17. Hostel facilities have been a concern at Osmania for some time now and intermittent protests have been staged at campus venues. This time, the freshmen are protesting after learning that starting in their second year, they […]]]>

Osmania University (OU) is again witnessing protests at its premises in front of its Vice-Chancellor’s building today, September 17. Hostel facilities have been a concern at Osmania for some time now and intermittent protests have been staged at campus venues. This time, the freshmen are protesting after learning that starting in their second year, they will be moved from the new Centennial building to the old Ladies Hostel Complex building. It can be noted that the old building is usually assigned to second-year students. They are also protesting because they only have two to three days to evacuate their rooms.

What students have to say
“When we did our admissions, this new building is the one we saw. Now moving to the old building which already has so many problems is not something that suits us,” says Jadala Sandhya, a first-year journalism student and adds, “It was the same hostel where we recently had the problem where students found piece of glass bracelet in food.

The students are also requesting an extension of their accommodation at the hostel for an additional month so that they can sit their Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) Group 1 exam. Officials, however, find this request unreasonable because such standards have never existed at the university and an extension would require additional funding, which is not how the university operates.

Official point of view
“We operate on government funding and it costs us around one lakh a day. Offering these students an extension of the hostel for competitive examinations is not within our functions,” says the director of the hostels for women, Dr. Hima Bindu. She goes on to add, “Students only have to pay Rs 1,600 or Rs 1,700 rupees per month and that covers all the facilities they get here. We try to give the best of ourselves within the limit of our budget. »

Although Dr Bindu acknowledges that things are not always perfect, she also insists that students can sometimes become unreasonable with their demands. She references the wristband glasses in the food number, which she shared photos with Edex Live, to say, “There was a piece of a bracelet we found in the food that was immediately taken care of by providing fresh food, but the students overdid it with pictures of plates containing so many pieces of glass bracelets. How is it possible?”

Also, when asked if the students were reluctant to change hostels, she said, “Initially they were unwilling to move to the new building because it’s a bit far away, the students have also staged protests for this. Now they don’t want to move to the old main building. How could we accommodate all requests like this? »

Other student requests
Freshmen completed their exams on September 15 and were told to vacate their rooms within two or three days. It was also difficult for a couple of students and they are asking for a few days extension so they can make different arrangements. “We demand an extension of at least five days because we cannot immediately arrange accommodation outside. Also, we are not financially comfortable offering us hostels outside,” says a another freshman journalism student on condition of anonymity.

Additionally, as the protests continue, the official alludes to the fact that these protests may have a different agenda: “There are a lot of internal policies on campus that are inciting these protests. Few male student leaders have a personal grievance because we refused their request to have boarders from outside the university”, adds the director of the women’s hostel.

Despite what officials have to say, the issue of food and hygiene is relevant and has been a constant issue on the Osmania campus. Most students agree that the quality of food could be better.

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Disney World guests complain of ‘broken’ rides and ‘dirty facilities’ as ticket prices soar https://fairviewofminot.com/disney-world-guests-complain-of-broken-rides-and-dirty-facilities-as-ticket-prices-soar/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 12:04:05 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/disney-world-guests-complain-of-broken-rides-and-dirty-facilities-as-ticket-prices-soar/ Several Disney World guests have complained about “broken” rides and “dirty facilities” at the Orlando, Florida resort amid soaring ticket prices. These complaints come as the price of a ticket to Walt Disney World has risen 3,871% over the past 50 years. Disney fans have complained about their experience at the famous resort on various […]]]>

Several Disney World guests have complained about “broken” rides and “dirty facilities” at the Orlando, Florida resort amid soaring ticket prices.

These complaints come as the price of a ticket to Walt Disney World has risen 3,871% over the past 50 years.

Disney fans have complained about their experience at the famous resort on various social media platforms.

“So sad that Disney has fallen so far,” one user wrote on Twitter.

“You have avoided so much in the name of profit while providing an inferior quality of service and experience.

“Broken down rides and closed places. Tourists visiting Orlando should spend all their money and vacation time at Universal Studios and SeaWorld.

Another person added, “Hey CEO, worst family experience in your Orlando parks. Half journeys [are] unusable or broken!

One person wrote: “Terrible experience – [the] the park has deteriorated a lot.

The reactions came after riders found themselves stranded on the famous ‘It’s a Small World’ ride for more than an hour after the attraction broke down last month.

One of the puppets from It’s a Small World

(Disney Parks, Experiences and Products)

A video of the incident was posted on TikTok, where users called the experience “torture”.

“[Park staff] I didn’t realize for about 45 minutes everyone was stuck on a boat so we just sat there for about an hour stuck with the song on a loop,” the visitor commented.

Another person complained about “poor maintenance” at Disney World’s new Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel, which costs around $6,000 for two nights.

“Last year when I was here I was blown away by the CMs [cast members], especially at Galaxy’s Edge, by maintaining the illusion. This year, a lot of CMs were out of character at all,” the guest said, according to New York Post. “The resorts all had a few small issues like the main door not closing when we leave, the air conditioning not working properly.”

The current price for a day ticket to the park from Orlando, Florida is $109 (£90), while the fee for a child under 10 is $104 (£86) .

The Independent has contacted Disney World for comment.

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Proposed expansion of Theater Royal facilities and creation of ‘performing arts centre’ with Cliftonville cultural space – The Isle Of Thanet News https://fairviewofminot.com/proposed-expansion-of-theater-royal-facilities-and-creation-of-performing-arts-centre-with-cliftonville-cultural-space-the-isle-of-thanet-news/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 08:22:50 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/proposed-expansion-of-theater-royal-facilities-and-creation-of-performing-arts-centre-with-cliftonville-cultural-space-the-isle-of-thanet-news/ Theater Royal Picture Sheradon Dublin Plans for the future of Margate’s Theater Royal include marketing it with neighboring 19 Hawley Square so that food and drink facilities can be created and joining the proposed Cliftonville cultural space in the former building of the synagogue to form a “performing arts center” for the city. The proposals, […]]]>
Theater Royal Picture Sheradon Dublin

Plans for the future of Margate’s Theater Royal include marketing it with neighboring 19 Hawley Square so that food and drink facilities can be created and joining the proposed Cliftonville cultural space in the former building of the synagogue to form a “performing arts center” for the city.

The proposals, which form part of the £22.2m Margate town deal, are being discussed by members of Thanet Council’s Cabinet later this month.

The Theater Royal and Margate Winter Gardens are closed while the future of the venue is considered. The Theater Royal closed on April 28 and the Winter Gardens followed suit last month.

The historic Theater Royal has received £2million from the Margate Town Deal fund to help with renovations.

Theater Royal Picture Sheradon Dublin

A report to Cabinet members says a quantified survey of the condition by Lee Evans Partnership carried out in 2021 finds the theater needs £2m of improvements needed to bring it up to modern standards, including £370,000 identified as urgent.

Margate Town Deal’s commitment of £2million will mean the work can be completed, but will also be used as a matching funding requirement for a bid to the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

The report states: ‘This is seen as a five year project where the commitment of the Town Fund and 19 Hawley Square Council forms the basis of the activity which will ultimately allow us to secure a long term future and commercially viable for quality theatrical production in Margate. .”

The theater was purchased by Thanet Council as an “owner of last resort” in 2007. The building was closed for a six-month refurbishment program and all staff were made redundant. It was then let to the Margate Theater Royal Trust on peppercorn rent until 2012 when the Trust went into administration.

Your Leisure took over the site in what was meant to be a stopgap measure, but had it running until closure last month. All staff were laid off and they formed Phoenix Community Events. The group had offered to keep the theater open while the project was being prepared, but Thanet’s board said that was neither viable nor possible.

Thanet Council bought 19 Hawley Square from Orbit Housing in 2011 to expand the theater facilities.

Theater Royal Picture Sheradon Dublin

In 2014 Thanet Council offered a long lease or freehold interest in the theater and buildings at 16a and 19 Hawley Square and there was an expression of interest from Soho Theatres.

Soho Theaters has developed an offer to the National Lottery Heritage Fund to provide enhanced theater alongside community, catering and hotel space at 19 Hawley Square. However, this offer fell through due to the end of the funding period, although there was enough support for the idea.

Now, Thanet’s board aims to relaunch part of that proposal with the goal of making the theater commercially viable.

The report states: “The Theater Royal is underperforming commercially, the lack of food and drink, lack of rehearsal and green room facilities, and seating capacity are significant impediments to the continued operation of the theater. ‘space.

“It is the second oldest operating theater in the country and has been identified as having significant historical and heritage value. With 465 seats, it is a medium-sized presentation theatre. It has a strong local following and there is a strong affinity for the building and the productions that take place there. “The building is currently on the register of theaters at risk, and the improvements identified will be fundamental to safeguarding its long-term operation and allowing it to remain in service.”

He adds: “Margate needs to focus on a theatrical center for performance and production rather than a higher performance theatre.

“There is a need to provide extensive facilities in order to support the financial viability of the Theater Royal, and this is the basis on which the proposed Margate Town Deal and business case have been developed, which have been submitted to central government. “

An Architect’s Design for the Cliftonville Cultural Space Project

Thanet Council said an expression of interest had been submitted to Arts Council England with the Cliftonville Cultural Space.

The objective is for the Royal Theater to serve as a base for a larger center of theatrical production.

The funding offer would help ensure that food and drink could be offered at 19 Hawley Square, which would generate revenue.

It would also help to provide rehearsal space in the former Cliftonville Synagogue to allow for the development of local productions as well as longer runs by touring companies.

Inside the Cliftonville Synagogue

There would also be a studio at the Cliftonville Cultural Space. The funding would help provide a green room and improved locker rooms; residencies for artists and performers and increased community engagement with theater and performance from Margate’s most disadvantaged communities.

If the expression of interest is accepted, the full application phase runs from September 19 to November 18.

An offer will also be made to the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

The Théâtre Royal project will be carried out in phases.

The first stage includes using Margate Town Deal funds to complete the urgent works costing £370,000 for minor roof repairs, removal of the asbestos stage curtain, fire protection measures and the provision of an appropriate ventilation system.

Once the urgent works are completed, the next step will be to complete the other structural works, including; window repairs and decorations, whitewashing where plaster has failed and ceiling repairs worth £400,000.

A creative director will be hired, with external funding, to oversee the project.

The Theater Royal and 19 Hawley Square will be marketed as a package to find an operator/business partner.

Cabinet members of Thanet council are expected to agree to the plans at a meeting on September 22.

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Without hostel facilities, incubation center fails to attract young tribals to Odisha – The New Indian Express https://fairviewofminot.com/without-hostel-facilities-incubation-center-fails-to-attract-young-tribals-to-odisha-the-new-indian-express/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 02:23:00 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/without-hostel-facilities-incubation-center-fails-to-attract-young-tribals-to-odisha-the-new-indian-express/ By Express press service ROURKELA: Rourkela’s Livelihood Business Incubation Center (LBIC) is struggling to make an impact on unemployed youth in the tribally dominated Sundargarh district due to a lack of accommodation and other provisions. LBIC envisions to develop employability skills and create an entrepreneurship appetite among young tribal unemployed people in Sundargarh. Created as […]]]>

By Express press service

ROURKELA: Rourkela’s Livelihood Business Incubation Center (LBIC) is struggling to make an impact on unemployed youth in the tribally dominated Sundargarh district due to a lack of accommodation and other provisions.

LBIC envisions to develop employability skills and create an entrepreneurship appetite among young tribal unemployed people in Sundargarh. Created as a joint venture of National Scheduled Tribes Finance & Development Corporation, National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) and SAIL’s Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP), it became operational in February this year.

Sources said that over the past six months the response has not been encouraging with only 27 students having undergone training at LBIC. Today, 60 trainees are enrolled in various courses. Only poor tribal youths within a 20 km radius of Rourkela attend training while others from other parts of the district miss out on LBIC classes due to lack of accommodation and stipends.

Former Union Tribal Affairs Minister and MP for Sundargarh Jual Oram laid the groundwork for LBIC on February 25, 2019. On Friday, Jual visited LBIC and was briefed on the problems faced by the center and the trainees . He was asked to raise issues with relevant ministries to ensure at least a monthly stipend of Rs 1,000 for the trainees, most of whom struggle to meet daily travel expenses.

LBIC sources said they have the infrastructure for the hostel, but a separate budget is needed for food and accommodation expenses. Jual reportedly assured them that they would deal with the issues at the appropriate level. NSIC-LBIC Chief Director TM Nayak said that currently the center offers 10 manufacturing and skill development courses lasting from two to six months.

Interns also learn entrepreneurship skills on how to register a business and start their own business, qualify for a loan, tax requirements, marketing links, and basic accounting knowledge. The center has state-of-the-art machinery and equipment and in the future more courses will be added, Nayak said.

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Operational tourist facilities across the Maldives reach 1,180 https://fairviewofminot.com/operational-tourist-facilities-across-the-maldives-reach-1180/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 07:40:45 +0000 https://fairviewofminot.com/operational-tourist-facilities-across-the-maldives-reach-1180/ The number of operational tourist facilities in the Maldives has increased to 1,180. The latest weekly statistics released by the Ministry of Tourism revealed that a total of 1,180 tourist accommodation establishments are currently operational in the Maldives, with a total of 58,467 tourist beds. The total number of operational beds spans resorts, hotels, guest […]]]>

The number of operational tourist facilities in the Maldives has increased to 1,180.

The latest weekly statistics released by the Ministry of Tourism revealed that a total of 1,180 tourist accommodation establishments are currently operational in the Maldives, with a total of 58,467 tourist beds.

The total number of operational beds spans resorts, hotels, guest houses and cruise ships, including 40,053 in resorts, 1,616 in hotels, 13,866 in guest houses guests and 2,932 in cruise ships.

Operational facilities include 164 resorts, 847 guesthouses, 13 hotels and 156 cruise ships.

This means that a guesthouse resumed operations last week. A guesthouse on an island in Baa Atoll resumed service last week.

The Maldives currently has a capacity of 1,186 tourist facilities, including 156 safari boats, 860 hotels and guesthouses, and 170 resorts. This means that out of the total capacity of the facilities, six stations have not yet resumed operations.

On January 1, the ministry also facilitated the introduction of Homestay in the Maldives, with the first of its kind opened on Dhiggaru Island in Meemu Atoll. This is in line with the President’s tourism development vision and policy to make tourism and its benefits equally accessible to island communities.

After the Covid 19 pandemic, the Maldives reopened its borders on July 15, 2020, almost four months after the borders were closed, and as a first step, resorts and cruise ships were given the green light to start their operations. Guesthouses outside the Greater Male region were allowed to resume operations on October 15, 2020. Authorities allowed guesthouses to reopen in the capital region on December 14, 2020.

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