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The former Elliotts Garage site in Bedlington's Front Street West is being converted into a 40-bedroom residential home by Blyth businessman Barry Elliott, but has been beset by planning and engineering issues.
Mr O'Driscoll, who also organises the always popular Crown of Lights Music Festivals in Heckmondwike, said: "We have been beset by technical issues and with all the rain falling over the weekend it has been challenging.
Mel's reign so far has been beset by off-the-field problems with the sale of Shane Long, controversies involving Nicolas Anelka and Saido Berahino, concerns about his methods from senior players and the departure of key behindthe-scenes ally Dave McDonough.
The draft budget was first submitted by the government last October and should have been concluded in time to come into effect on January 1, but has been beset by delays that have also held up new government projects.
Aurelio's quality has never been in doubt but he has been beset by a succession of injury problems since arriving at Anfield on a free transfer from Valencia in 2006.
The Belgium international has been beset with injuries in recent times and on Tuesday made his latest return after a spell out with an Achilles problem.
The 31-year-old is in Delhi as captain of Wales yet has been beset by both a back problem that has lingered from the Beijing Olympics and a lack of funding from the British governing authority.
The Johnson & Johnson sector that has been led by the 56-year-old Goggins has been beset by problems relating to manufacturing issues that have culminated in a significant number of recalls of Children's Tylenol and other over-the-counter products.
The Indian weightlifting team has been beset with doping problems over the last few years.
Since then he has been beset by knee problems and underwent further surgery last September after taking 42 first-class wickets in his debut season at New Road.
Mr Burchell, one of just 30 new generation denturists registered, said he was shocked by the high number of hits on the website and had been beset with e-mail questions.
Since announcing plans to have the "Ghost Fleet" scrapped, MARAD has been beset by opposition from environmentalists claiming that transporting the vessels violates environmental regulations, as they say the vessels contain significant amounts of hazardous materials, including PCBs.