Easington Lane

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Easington Lane
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Easington Lane
Location within Tyne and Wear
OS grid reference NZ364460
Civil parish
  • Hetton
Metropolitan borough
Metropolitan county
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Historic county
  • County Durham
Post town Houghton-le-Spring
Postcode district DH5
Dialling code 0191
Police Northumbria
Fire Tyne and Wear
Ambulance North East
UK Parliament
List of places
Tyne and Wear
54°48′22″N1°25′56″W / 54.806°N 1.4323°W / 54.806; -1.4323 Coordinates: 54°48′22″N1°25′56″W / 54.806°N 1.4323°W / 54.806; -1.4323

Easington Lane is a village located in North East England between Houghton-le-Spring and Easington Village, in the parish of Hetton-le-Hole. It is the southernmost point of the City of Sunderland and Tyne and Wear. The population at the time of the 2001 census was 4,044 spread over 1,701 households. [1]

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  1. "Easington Lane Development Framework - Supplementary Planning Guidance" (PDF). City of SUNDERLAND Development and Regeneration Directorate. February 2005. Retrieved 19 May 2020.