것 ‘이라고 말했다.소크라테스가 한대로 집정관을 해결

심판이 그를 혼란에 빠뜨리며 리드 체이서처럼 럭비 리그에서 득점을 시도 할 가능성이있다.이번 주 선수들에게 보내는 우리의 메시지는 우리가 준비를하기 위해 무엇이든지 할 것이며, 몇 가지 특별한 요청을했다는 것 ‘이라고 말했다.소크라테스가 한대로 집정관을 해결하는 것은 또한 매우 위험합니다.진단 : 자폐증.’우드워드의 저서에서 나에게 귀속 된 대통령에 대한 경멸적인 말은 나 또는 내 존재로 결코 발언되지 않았다.나는 내가 이것을 할 수 있다고 생각한다.언어 적 선에서나 시대와 문화에 관계없이 완벽한 번역은 없습니다.당신은이 사람카지노사이트이 필요하지 않습니다.N Netflix : NFLX는 174.49 퍼센트로 1입니다.기독교인들은 알 아크 사 모스크와 돔 오브 록 (The Dome of the Rock)을 장악했다.나는 여러 번 남자들에게 멘카지노사이트 추천링을 받았고, 왜 내가 그들을 폭행 한 적이 한 번도 알지 못했습니까? 그들은 나를 절대로 공격하지 않았다! 이 쓰레기를 이제는 위험에 빠뜨리십시오.

하게 될 것입니다 (일부 토론 스레드는 1

콜린스 메인 메인 (Collins, R Maine)은 화요일 인터뷰에서 ‘우리는 돈이 먼저 대출로 구조화되어 있다고 생각한다’면서 ‘ 돈을 어떻게 사용하고 더 적은 수의 방법으로 부패 수준을 낮추는 지에 대해 훨씬 더 책임있는 접근법을 보았습니다.자주받는 질문에 대한 FAQ 페이지를 확인하십시오.거의 매일 중국 항공기가 섬 근처에서 날아 일본 제트기의 대응을 촉구하는 한편 중국 선박은 일본이 관리하는 섬 주변을 순찰합니다.또한 모든 EC에 계속 참여하고 가능하면 지도력을 얻으려고하십시오.이번에는 그녀의 Absa 재정 고문 인 Riette Visser가 Wills Week에서 HR 부서가 바카라사이트직 한 변호사의 프리젠 테이션에 참석하면서 조언을 받았습니다.USS Zumwalt는 아마도이 기회를 이용해 (특히 Wisconsin이했던 타격카지노사이트로) 탈출 할 수 있지만, Zumwalt의 캡틴이 그 결정을 내릴 것이라는 것은 분명하지 않습니다..굴곡 / 비브라토는 내가 개선해야 할 것이기 때문에 빠른 비브라토가있는 것처럼 들리지만 그 힘을 가지고 약간의 힘이 필요하다고 생각한다.그리고 이것도 철저한 목록에 가깝지 않습니다..자기 자신을 흑인이라고 밝히는 미국인은 평균 75 %의 아프리카 인으로 추락합니다.어쩌면 너무 늦지 않았을 수도 있습니다.처음 5 개 장이 책 동반자 웹 사이트에서 이미 제공됩니다.진실은이 스레드들이 함께 모일 시간이 많이 걸릴 것이고, 그들은 대부분 황무지 였기 때문에 매주 실망하게 될 것입니다 (일부 토론 스레드는 1 ~ 2 개의 의견을 얻었 기 때문에) 나는 멈추기로 결정했습니다.처음 7 일 동안은 낮과 5시에 더 자주 5시 6 분을 치고 있었지만 7시에는 단식을했지만 스파이크는 5시에서 11시 15 분까지 걸렸습니다..나는 처음에 reddit을 사용하기 시작했을 때, 그리고 내가 그것을하고 있었을 때조차도 종종 사람들을 변호하고 인종 차별주의를 불러 일으키기 시작했습니다.모드가 우리가 공유하는이 계정 인 공유 계정으로 업데이트 할 수 있기 때문에 우리가 선호하는 자신의 검토 메가 쓰레드를 수행하려고하면 제거됩니다.변화가 없다면, 그는 이것만큼 작은 일을 그만 둘만큼 신경 쓰지 않는다는 것을 의미합니다..과일과 야채는 콜레스테롤 수치와 혈압을 낮추고 혈관과 면역계의 건강을 증진시키는 것으로 나타났다.나는 호비가 거짓말을 할 때 너무 나빠질 줄 알았다.당신 주위에 파고에 대해, ‘망고는 말합니다..

Enrolment begins at Kirklees College

This week, Kirklees College has opened its doors to hundreds of people to enrol onto part time courses at its new Huddersfield Centre at the Waterfront Quarter.

The eagerly anticipated enrolment sessions will run through until Friday 30 August, recruiting the 2013-14 intake at Kirklees College centres in Huddersfield and Dewsbury.

College Enrolment

As the queues formed outside the college’s new building, staff were busy preparing for the year ahead. This year the college will deliver a huge range of part time and full time courses along with Apprenticeships and higher education courses, teaching in the region of 18,000 students over the year.

Open or ‘walk in’ enrolment for full time courses takes place in the new Huddersfield Centre and the college’s Brunel House which specialises in construction next week, along with open enrolment for full time courses at the Dewsbury Centre.

Enrolment for part time courses, for leisure and qualifications takes place from Tuesday 20 August, and continues through until 30 August.

With a vast range of courses to choose from, and places still available on the full time courses for those who have just received GCSE results, Kirklees College can provide a great education and work-related skills to give you the best chance to succeed.

Principal Peter McCann said, “I’m really pleased to see so many people coming through the doors, and I look forward to welcoming many more over the next few weeks. The staff have worked incredibly hard to provide a great curriculum offer this year and have excellent knowledge in their sectors.  Coupled with our fantastic new Huddersfield and Engineering centres, and our specialist centres spanning Kirklees, we’re sure that students will receive the best experience with us.”

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Staff move into college’s new Huddersfield Centre

Staff from Kirklees College’s Huddersfield Centre have relocated to the fantastic new building at the Waterfront Quarter on Manchester Road.

The new building will open to students in September, and will host enrolment throughout August.

Boasting a range of state-of-the-art facilities, the new centre will provide one of the highest quality learning environments in the north. As this year’s results are finalised, it’s expected that the college’s impressive success rate will continue into its third year running and position the college in the top 10 per cent of general further education colleges nationally.

Melanie Brooke, vice principal at Kirklees College said, “We’re in the very last stages of our phased move from New North Road to the Waterfront Quarter.

“The fit out is going to schedule with furniture arriving daily. The finishing touches, such as the signage, colour coded paintwork, lighting and blinds are underway and we’re looking forward to welcoming thousands of students through the doors for enrolment this August.

“The kitchens and salons require more finishing and fit out work than a standard classroom due to the nature of the teaching and learning environment they create, but these are looking great and will be very impressive when they are fully finished for the new term.

“The whole building is looking fantastic and staff are settling in really well.”

Enrolment takes place from 20-31 August at centres across Kirklees.

The new address, which can be used from August is Kirklees College, Huddersfield Centre, Waterfront Quarter, Manchester Road, Huddersfield, HD1 3HH.

The new Huddersfield Centre will offer full and part time courses in:

  • Access to higher education
  • Adult learning
  • Art and design (level 1 and 2)
  • Business
  • Childhood studies
  • Computing and ICT
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
  • Foundation learning
  • Hair and beauty therapy
  • Health and social care
  • Hospitality and catering
  • Public services
  • Science
  • Sport
  • Sports Academy
  • Travel and tourism.

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College to hold open day at new building

Kirklees College will welcome its community through the doors of its new Huddersfield Centre on Sunday 12 May for a first glimpse inside.

As the finishing touches are made to the inside of the building, which is equipped to deliver courses to over 20,000 students during the course of a year, Kirklees College wants to let applicants, current students and members of the community see what the building has to offer.

The open day, which runs from 10am-4pm, will include guided tours, information on courses at all college centres, entertainment from students, The Pulse Radio Station road show with DJ Danny Mylo offering master classes on the turntables, refreshments and competitions.

Melanie Brooke, vice principal for Kirklees College said, “We have been doing mini tours of the building with staff, current students, schools, local businesses and councillors and the reaction so far has been fantastic. We’re confident that our local community will also be just as impressed with the new centre and all we have to offer.”

The college centre is officially due to open to students from September 2013.

The building will include a real aircraft cabin for training cabin crews of the future, a fully equipped gym, a restaurant and hair and beauty salons open to the public, science labs, state of the art classrooms and training areas such as industrial kitchens.

The building will provide easy access to a first class set of facilities for students such as a learning resource centre, 100 per cent free wi fi, a refectory and atrium area with Students’ Union lounge and all student advice services in one place.

The weekend also marks the launch of the college’s latest recruitment campaign, ‘Be Part of It’, which features 96 of the college’s current students from across all college centres.

Melanie Brooke continued, “This is an ideal opportunity for the local community to come and find out what we’re all about. It’s also a chance for anyone interested in taking a course, full time, part time, young or old, to find out more. We’ll be enrolling the bulk of our students in August and September, so there’s still time to apply, and there are always other opportunities to join courses throughout the year too.”

Kirklees College announced record pass rates last year when 96% of its students passed their course. Following an Ofsted re-inspection in December, the college was rated good (grade 2), improving significantly from its previous grading (grade 4) 18 months before.

Course areas on offer at the new building:

  • Access to higher education
  • Adult learning
  • Art and design (level 1 and 2)
  • Business
  • Childhood studies
  • Computing and ICT
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
  • Foundation learning
  • Hair and beauty therapy
  • Health and social care
  • Hospitality and catering
  • Public services
  • Science
  • Sport
  • Sports Academy
  • Travel and tourism.

Facilities overview:

  • Nine floors of state-of-the-art facilities
  • Three hair salons
  • Four beauty salons
  • Four training kitchens
  • Two production kitchens
  • One training restaurant with views of the Waterfront and Castle Hill (Landings 72)
  • Five science labs
  • Six business suites
  • Specialist health and social workshops
  • Customised childcare workshops
  • 100% wi-fi coverage
  • A fully equipped gym and fitness studio
  • A multi-storey learning resource centre
  • An aircraft cabin simulator
  • Conferencing suites
  • A sensory garden
  • Refectory, café and college shop
  • Students’ Union office and lounge
  • BREEAM environmental rating of excellent.

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Kirklees Council takes Waterfront Huddersfield interest to Unfold

Interest in the recently launched The Waterfront Huddersfield development has intensified ahead of the forthcoming Unfold show, the Leeds City Region’s only commercial property show which promotes key developments to occupiers, investors, agents and developers.

As a result Kirklees Council, in conjunction with commercial partner GVA, will be taking the opportunity to introduce the development to the region’s commercial property movers and shakers, with a view to attracting additional expressions of interest from investors, developers as well as prospective tenants from the commercial, leisure and education sectors. Visitors will be able to view detailed layouts of the scheme, along with inspirational computer generate images of how the development might look.

Since the launch of the development, a gateway setting with unique upgraded water frontage and with outline permission for over 18,000 sq m (190,000 sq ft) of highly efficient, cost-effective office space, GVA reports increasing numbers of enquiries from a range of parties, from developers looking for multi-use building opportunities to professional services firms keen to make this vibrant location their new home.

Matthew Tootell, Director of National Markets, GVA Leeds, is delighted with the response, as he explains; “Over the past few months we have been pleasantly surprised with the number of enquiries generated by the launch of the scheme, and we are now at the stage of marrying up clients looking to locate their business at The Waterfront Huddersfield with developers keen to sign up tenants prior to committing to the development. Whilst we are still at the pre-sign up stage with several clients we remain confident that we will be in a position to make an announcement very shortly.”

The Waterfront Huddersfield is one of the largest projects of its kind currently underway in the North of England and has the potential to provide up to 1,000 jobs.

Following the success of Unfold 2011, where 34 commercial developers platformed their exciting plans for schemes across the Leeds City Region, Unfold 2012 aims to be even bigger and better than last year’s event with a wide range of sponsor and exhibitor opportunities.

Waterside launch for The Waterfront, Huddersfield

Yorkshire business leaders and investment specialists will meet in Huddersfield on 23 May, for the much-anticipated launch of commercial development land at the town’s prestigious mixed-use development, The Waterfront, Huddersfield. Among those speaking at the launch is Neil McLean, chair of the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership – the organisation leading discussions about investment and the economy across the region.

Delegates will hear how a recent multi-million pound refurbishment of the canal and the installation of a brand new lock, plus extensive landscaping have transformed this once overlooked part of the town, making it one of the most attractive and sustainable waterside development opportunities in the region. They will also be among the first narrow boat passengers to take a trip through the newly unveiled canal and lock, which is set to become the centrepiece of an impressive public square which will grace the development on completion.

Speaking about the council’s ambitious plans for the 3 acre (1.2 hectare) site, Cllr Mehboob Khan, Leader of Kirklees Council said:

“Together with our partners, we have made a significant commitment and investment here at The Waterfront Huddersfield, because we believe the town has a major part to play in the economic future of the wider region. Once complete, this development not only has the potential to sustain up to 1000 jobs for local people, but will also provide a platform for business which complements and is a viable alternative to city centre operations. I am delighted that we have the support of Neil McLean today, which goes to prove that in terms of our contribution to the regional economy, Huddersfield continues to offer something different, and has the potential to punch well above its weight.”

With outline planning permission for over 18,000 sq m (190,000 sq ft) of highly efficient, cost-effective office space, across four building plots, The Waterfront is one of the largest projects of its kind currently underway in the North of England, and has the potential to support up to 1,000 jobs.

Occupying a gateway setting with unique upgraded water frontage alongside the River Colne close to Huddersfield town centre, The Waterfront provides fantastic opportunities for a range of investors, developers, businesses and other organisations.

Marketed by agents GVA on behalf of Kirklees Council, Matthew Tootell, Director of National Markets, is delighted with enquiry levels so far, explaining; “the development has already attracted significant enquiries from a range of interested parties, with scope across the scheme for a range of uses including offices, hotel accommodation, leisure, retail and car parking. The development already has its first occupant in Kirklees College, and is a neighbour to the very successful and fully-let Folly Hall. The fact that there is an existing community right on the doorstep, together with the high quality public areas planned to take full advantage of the waterside location, make the site a particularly attractive development proposition.”

Striding ahead at Huddersfield’s Waterfront

A canal towpath, abandoned over 30 years ago, has been reinstated as part of a major re-development scheme in Huddersfield.

The new towpath runs for 350 metres alongside the Huddersfield Narrow Canal and connects with recently refurbished sections of towpath and link path.

A new footpath next to the River Colne has also been completed. As a result, pedestrians can now walk an attractive waterside route between Chapel Hill and Manchester Road at Longroyd Bridge.

The paths have been built for Kirklees Council using tarmac reclaimed from the site, and trees, bulbs, grass, and wildflowers have been planted. The works complement a newly-revealed section of the canal which had been in-filled in the 1970’s and then restored in 2001 in a tunnel when Sellers Engineers Ltd occupied the area.

The council’s landscape architects have undertaken the design in consultation with British Waterways. The paths have been built by main contractor Clugston Construction Ltd of Leeds, and the planting has been carried out by Grace Landscapes Ltd of Mirfield.

Highway improvements in Chapel Hill, including better street lighting, footways, and pedestrian crossings, and carried out by the council’s Streetcare Service, will be finished next winter.

The works form part of The Waterfront, a joint scheme between Kirklees Council and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Jacqui Gedman, Acting Director of Place at the council, said: “Waterside locations attract the development of land and buildings, so the improvements are an investment in Huddersfield’s future. The Waterfront promises to be the most exciting multi-purpose development scheme in the town for many years”.

The commercial land has outline planning permission for four buildings offering prime office space, some retailing, and a crèche, and the council has appointed agents GVA to market the opportunity to developers, investors, and occupiers. The Waterfront also includes a new campus for Kirklees College, under construction, and plans for residential accommodation.

Canal opens up for business at Huddersfield’s Waterfront

A fully restored section of canal, which will form the centrepiece of The Waterfront regeneration scheme in Huddersfield, has been unveiled.

A 350 metre stretch of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal (which previously ran in a tunnel through the site of Sellers Engineers Ltd) has been upgraded. The tunnel roof has been removed and a new lock built to lift the water to just below ground level. A passing place and a landing stage for boats, a vehicle bridge, and footbridges, have also been completed.

The project has been arranged by Kirklees Council under licence from British Waterways, following consultation with the Huddersfield Canal Society. It has been designed by consulting engineers Mason Clark Associates and built by main contractor Clugston Construction Ltd.

David Baldacchino, Waterway Manager (Manchester and Pennine) for British Waterways, said: “It is really fantastic to see the restoration of this section of canal which has been hidden away from society. The new waterfront in Huddersfield will be a must-see destination for visitors to the Huddersfield Narrow canal. We’re really looking forward to everyone having the opportunity to enjoy the waterside and hope that many more people will visit the Huddersfield Narrow Canal.”

In April the towpath between Chapel Hill and Manchester Road at Longroyd Bridge will be open for public use, and landscaping works will be completed.

Alan Stopher, Chair of the Huddersfield Canal Society, said: “The Society welcomes this latest landmark in the regeneration of the historic Huddersfield Narrow Canal. It just goes to show how the canal retains its relevance today over 200 years after its construction. After 11 years in a tunnel hidden from view to all but boaters, this ‘new’ stretch of canal is accessible to all.”

The improved canal will be the centrepiece of development at The Waterfront, a joint scheme between Kirklees Council, Yorkshire Forward, and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Jacqui Gedman, Acting Director of Place at the council, said: “Waterside locations attract the development of land and buildings, so improvements to the canal are an investment in Huddersfield’s future. The Waterfront promises to be the most exciting multi-purpose development scheme in the town centre for many years”.

The commercial land has outline planning permission for four buildings offering prime office space, ancillary retailing, and a crèche, and the council has appointed agents GVA to market the opportunity to developers, investors, and occupiers. The Waterfront also includes a new campus for Kirklees College which is under construction, and plans for residential accommodation.

New lock gates to be installed at Huddersfield’s Waterfront

New lock gates are to be installed on Tuesday February 14 at The Waterfront in Huddersfield.

The gates are for a new lock which is being constructed on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal at Chapel Hill which will form part of works to lift water in the canal which previously ran in a tunnel beneath Sellers Engineers Ltd.

The improvements have been arranged by Kirklees Council under licence from British Waterways and will also include a new landing stage and passing place for boats. The canal works will be completed by the end of March.

The new lock gates have been built by Hargreaves Lock Gates of Halifax to a design by British Waterways and the main contractor for the canal works is Clugston Construction Ltd of Leeds. The gates will be installed by Hargreaves.

The improved canal will form the centrepiece of future commercial development at The Waterfront and is a joint project between the council and the former regional development agency, Yorkshire Forward.

Cllr Peter McBride, Cabinet member for Regeneration, said: “The work taking place on the canal will enhance The Waterfront scheme as a whole by improving the environment and enhancing the look and feel of the area, and help to attract developers and occupiers to the site.”

The Waterfront scheme covers 1.3 hectares and has outline planning permission for four buildings with total floor space of up to 18,100 sq m including offices, retail units and a crèche.