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DEVELOPMENT SUMMARY - Newcastle Metro Area Forum: Projects Listing

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Part One - INDEX OF PROJECTS IN THIS DEVELOPMENT SUMMARY:


INDEX - Chronological

01. Downing Plaza | Newcastle | 60/45/40/40/30/25m | 18/10/10/9/7/7 Fl | U/C
02. Wellbar Central | Newcastle | 40m | 10 Fl | Completed
03. Intu Eldon Square Shopping Centre Improvements | Completed | Covered on the Newcastle Retail thread
04. INTO Newcastle University | Newcastle | 7/7/4 Fl | Completed
05. Kings Gate | University Administration HQ | Completed | Covered on the Newcastle University Developments thread
06. Northumbria University Sports Complex | Completed | Covered on the Northumbria University Developments thread
07. Pandon Bank | Newcastle ! 40m | 13 FL | Student Accomodation | Completed
08. Stephenson Quarter | Newcastle | 40/35/2 x 30/3 x 25m | 9/9/2 x 8/3 x 7 Fl | U/C
09. Science City & Science Central | Newcastle | Various | U/C
10. Sleeperz Hotel | Newcastle | 22m | 6fl | Completed
11. Newcastle Airport Hilton Doubletree Hotel | Newcastle | Completed | Covered on the Newcastle Airport thread
12. Trinity Square | Gateshead | 46m | 13 Fl | Completed
13. Stoddart Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 5fl & 8fl | Completed | Covered on the Student Accommodation thread
14. Portland Green Student Accommodation & Office Development | Newcastle | Various | U/C
15. New Bridge Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 20m | 6 Fl | Completed
16. Baltic Business Quarter | Gateshead | Various | U/C
17. Calders Yard | Newcastle | Various | Dormant
18. Haymarket Hub Metro Station | Newcastle | Completed
19. ARENA and CONFERENCE CENTRE (various plans over the years) | Newcastle and Gateshead | Proposed
20. International Conference And Exhibition Centre | Gateshead Quays | Thread Closed
21. Jesmond Cinema (New Offices/New Sainsbury's) | Newcastle | 4 Fl | Dormant
22. Second Tyne Tunnel | North Tyneside & South Tyneside | Completed | Covered on the Tyne Tunnel & A19 Thread
23. Newcastle Great Park | Newcastle | U/C
24. Hillgate Quay | Gateshead | 5/3 FL | Dormant
25. One Millennium Quay / Jury's Inn Hotel | Gateshead | 4/5 Fl | Completed
26. Waitrose Jesmond (ex-Osborne Road Garage) | Newcastle | 2 Fl | Completed
27. General Hosp, Cruddas Park, West Rd Fire Station & Scotswood Housing Expo | Newcastle | Various | All covered on the West End Developments thread
28. Newgate Street Redevelopment | Newcastle | 5fl & 6fl | Approved
29. Hotel Indigo (ex Eagle Star/Zurich House) | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed
30. Morpeth Town Centre Regeneration | Morpeth | Covered on the Morpeth & Ashington Developments thread
31. Gateshead FC New Stadium | Gateshead | Proposed
32. Ramada Encore Hotel & Office Building | Gateshead | 7/5 Fl | Completed
33. Westgate House and Norwich Union House | Newcastle | 7 Fl |Proposed
34. Live Theatre Quayside Extension | Newcastle | 4 Fl | Proposed
35. Strawberry Place | Newcastle | 25/35m | 7/10 Fl | Dormant
36. Fusion Office Development | Newcastle | 4 Fl | Proposed
37. Tyne Tees TV Studios - Hotel, Flats & Student Accom | Newcastle | Various | U/C
38. BT building @ Harton Staithes | South Shields | 4fl | Completed
39. Waygood Gallery/High Bridge Studios and Stand Comedy Club | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed
40. Former Mandale Homes | Newcastle | 34m | 9 Fl | Dormant
41. Ouseburn Projects | Newcastle | Various Stages | All covered on the Ouseburn Area Developments thread
42. Hunters Moor Hospital Redevelopment | Newcastle | 3fl | Completed
43. Tyne Bridge Tower | Gateshead | 47m | 15 Fl | Demolition
44. Five Swans/Wetherspoons (ex-Luckies/Paris Texas) | Newcastle | 3fl | Completed
45. Union Square Student Accommodation (former Minimix Concrete site) | Newcastle | 24m | 8 Fl | Completed
46. MyPlace Youth Centre & City Pool | Newcastle | 2fl | Cancelled
47. North Shields Metro Station | North Shields | U/C
48. Student Castle Melbourne Street | Newcastle | 21m | 7 Fl | Completed
49. Theatre Royal Restoration Project (Mar-Sept 2011) | Newcastle | Completed
50. Maynards Toffee Factory | Newcastle | 4fl | Completed
51. Tyne Renewable Energy (Biomass) Plant | North Shields | Dormant
52. Strawberry Place Masterplan | Newcastle | 29 fl | Pre-planning
53. Northumbria Police Headquarters | Ponteland | Various | Approved
54. Co-op Department Store Hotel | Newcastle | 5fl |U/C
55. Tynemouth Station Restoration | Tynemouth | Various | U/C
56. Spillers Mill / Spillers Wharf | Newcastle | Various | Demolition
57. Central Hotel Bar Refurbishment | Gateshead | Completed
58. JJ Gallachers Hotel | Newcastle | 77m | Withdrawn
59. The Point | Gateshead | 9/6/5 fl | Dormant
60. Mouth of Ouseburn | Newcastle | Dormant
61. St James' Point | Newcastle | 5fl | Demolition
62. South Shields Riverside (New Shore) | South Shields | Completed
63. Imperial Quay | Newcastle | 15fl | Dormant
64. Discovery Quarter | Newcastle | Various | Dormant
65. Forth Banks New Police Station | Newcastle | 5fl | U/C
66. Grey Street-Mosley Street-Cloth Market HOTEL (nightclub, restaurants & retail) | Newcastle | Various | Proposed
67. Archbold Terrace Projects (Scottish Life House / Eaga House / Sandyford House) | Newcastle | Various | U/C
68. St James' Quarter Masterplan | Newcastle | Dormant
69. The Barley Mow (aka 'Stereo') | Newcastle | 5fl | Approved
70. Haven Point (New Pool and Leisure Complex) | South Shields | 2fl | Completed
71. SAFC New Training Facility | South Tyneside | Completed
72. Mile Castle pub (ex-Sports Bar/TSB HQ) Refurbishment | Newcastle | Completed
73. Gateshead College Durham Road Site | Gateshead | Approved
74. Royal Victoria Infirmary Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C
75. Emergency Care Hospital | Cramlington | Various | U/C
76. Veterans Retreat Village | Northumberland | Various | Pre-planning
77. Dunston Rocket/Derwent Tower Demolition & Ravensworth Road Est Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | U/C
78. Pearl Assurance House Refurbishment | Newcastle | 8fl | Completed
79. Bank of England | Newcastle | 4fl | Demolition
80. Felling Town Centre Re-development | Gateshead | Various | Approved
81. Cruddas Park / Riverside Dene - Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C
82. Scotswood - New Housing Development | Newcastle | Various | U/C
83. Newcastle General Hospital Redevelopment, including Tesco | Newcastle | Various | U/C
84. Monument Mall Refurbishment | Newcastle | 4fl | Completed
85. MetroOasis at the MetroCentre | Gateshead | 2fl | Completed
86. Newcastle 6th Form College | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed
87. Freeman Hospital Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C
88. Whitehouse Enterprise Centre Redevelopment | Newcastle | 3fl | Demolition
89. Go North East Bus Depot | Gateshead | 2fl | Completed
90. Chandless Estate | Gateshead | Various | Demolition
91. "Old Newcastle" Project | Newcastle | Urban Renewal
92. Newburn Major Floods Damage | Newcastle | Various | Demolition
93. La Sagesse/Jesmond Towers, Housing Development | Newcastle | Various | Approved
94. South Shields 365 Town Centre Masterplan | South Shields | Various | Pre-planning
95. Hospitals (Apart from the RVI, Freeman & Newcastle General) - Issues & Developments
96. Blaydon District Centre Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | Completed
97. Birtley Morrisons Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | U/C
98. Central Station Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C
99. Federation Brewery (History, Closure and Demolition) | Gateshead | Demolition
100. Littlehaven Beach Area Transformation | South Shields | Various | Completed
101. Pitt Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | U/C
102. Park Terrace and Kensington Terrace Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | Completed
103. Barker House (ex-Shieldfield Club) Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 4fl | U/C
104. The Farm (Former Stephen Easten) Foundry Lane | Newcastle | 5 fl | Completed
105. The Malings (Ex Ice Factory & Heaney Works) | Newcastle | Various | Preparation
106. Glassworks (Coquet Street Student Accommodation) | Newcastle | 5 x 5fl | U/C
107. Audi Car Showroom, Scotswood Road (ex Mary Trevelyan School) | Newcastle | 2fl | Completed
108. Hebburn Central (The 'Hebburn Hub' in the Town Centre) | Hebburn | Various | Completed
109. Saltwell and Bensham Housing Regeneration | Gateshead | Proposed
110. Ochre Yards Housing Development (former Greenesfield Railway Depot) | Gateshead | Various | U/C
111. Staiths South Bank Housing Development | Gateshead | Various | U/C
112. Bishops Park Housing Phase 2 (Felling) | Gateshead | Various | U/C
113. Central Freight Depot Site (Housing Regeneration) | Gateshead | Various | Preparation
114. Carlisle Street Social Housing (Felling) | Gateshead | Various | Completed
115. The Ropery (Derwentwater Road, Teams) | Gateshead | Various | Completed
116. Clasper Village Housing Regeneration Scheme | Gateshead | Various | Demolition
117. Askew Park New Private Housing (Birtley) | Gateshead | Various | Completed
118. Brandling Area Housing Regeneration (Felling) | Gateshead | Various | Demolition
119. Queen Elizabeth Hospital Ongoing Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | U/C
120. St James’ Metro and Car Park Area | Newcastle | Various | Dormant
121. Line Building East - Newcastle University | Newcastle | 4 Fl | U/C
122. New 'Motel One' HOTEL, High Bridge | Newcastle | 6fl | Preparation
123. Central Library and Digital Media Centre | South Shields | 4fl | Approved
124. Heliport Site | Newcastle | Various | Proposed
125. Forth Banks Residential Development | Newcastle | 7/9 Fl x 3 | Proposed
126. The Foundry, Clarence Street, Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed
127. Stepney Yard, Ouseburn, Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 3/4/5 fl | U/C
128. Plummer House, Market Street - New Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 4fl | U/C
129. Alexandra Street | Wallsend | Various | U/C
130. Former Liquid/Envy Nightclub - New Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 8/11/13fl | Preparation
131. Trinity South Regeneration | South Shields | Various | U/C
132. Newcastle Eagles Basketball Arena | Newcastle | 4fl | Approved
133. Clarence Street, Field Close, and Stoddart Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | U/C
134. HRW Building Student Accommodation | Gateshead | 14fl | Preparation
135. Richardson Road ( aka 'Ricky Road' ) Park View Student Village | Newcastle | Various | Approved
136. Albert Place, Albert Street 'Crosslane' Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 6Fl | Approved
137. Kings Manor Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | Approved
138. 27 Rutherford Street | Newcastle | 26fl | Proposed
139. Uptin House Student Accommodation, Stepney Road | Newcastle | 5Fl | Approved
140. District Energy Scheme, Quarryfield Road | Gateshead | Various | U/C
141. Market Street former Police Station: Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 7 fl | Preparation
142. Odeon Cinema, Pilgrim Street | Newcastle | Demolition
143. Bridge Court, West Quayside - Travelodge Hotel and Offices | Newcastle | 5fl and 4fl | U/C
144. Aidan House, Urban Study Tyne Bridge (ex HMRC building at All Saints) | Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 5fl | U/C
145. Cross Street, Kard Bar (Tragic fire cost Brian Sandells his life) Re-development | Newcastle | 3fl | Demolition
146. PTS Plumbing, 50-54 Union Street: Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 7fl | U/C
147. EPS / East Pilgrim Street | Newcastle | Various | U/C


INDEX - Alphabetical

A

144. Aidan House, Urban Study Tyne Bridge (ex HMRC building at All Saints) Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 5fl | U/C
136. Albert Place, Albert Street 'Crosslane' Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 6Fl | Approved
129. Alexandra Street | Wallsend | Various | U/C
67. Archbold Terrace Projects (Scottish Life House / Eaga House / Sandyford House) | Newcastle | Various | U/C
19. ARENA and CONFERENCE CENTRE (various plans over the years) | Newcastle and Gateshead | Proposed
117. Askew Park New Private Housing (Birtley) | Gateshead | Various | Completed
107. Audi Car Showroom, Scotswood Road (ex Mary Trevelyan School) | Newcastle | 2fl | Completed

B

16. Baltic Business Quarter | Gateshead | Various | U/C
79. Bank of England | Newcastle | 4fl | Demolition
103. Barker House (ex-Shieldfield Club) Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 4fl | U/C
69. The Barley Mow (aka 'Stereo') | Newcastle | 5fl | Approved
97. Birtley Morrisons Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | U/C
112. Bishops Park Housing Phase 2 (Felling) | Gateshead | Various | U/C
96. Blaydon District Centre Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | Completed
118. Brandling Area Housing Regeneration (Felling) | Gateshead | Various | Demolition
38. BT building @ Harton Staithes | South Shields | 4fl | Completed
143. Bridge Court, West Quayside - Travelodge Hotel and Offices | Newcastle | 5fl and 4fl | U/C

C

17. Calders Yard | Newcastle | Various | Dormant
114. Carlisle Street Social Housing (Felling) | Gateshead | Various | Completed
113. Central Freight Depot Site (Housing Regeneration) | Gateshead | Various | Preparation
57. Central Hotel Bar Refurbishment | Gateshead | Completed
123. Central Library and Digital Media Centre | South Shields | 4fl | Approved
98. Central Station Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C
90. Chandless Estate | Gateshead | Various | Demolition
133. Clarence Street, Field Close, and Stoddart Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | U/C
116. Clasper Village Housing Regeneration Scheme | Gateshead | Various | Demolition
54. Co-op Department Store Hotel | Newcastle | 5fl | U/C
145. Cross Street, Kard Bar (Tragic fire cost Brian Sandells his life) Re-development | Newcastle | 3fl | Demolition
81. Cruddas Park / Riverside Dene - Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C

D

64. Discovery Quarter | Newcastle | Various | Dormant
140. District Energy Scheme, Quarryfield Road | Gateshead | Various | U/C
01. Downing Plaza | Newcastle | 60/45/40/40/30/25m | 18/10/10/9/7/7 Fl | U/C
77. Dunston Rocket/Derwent Tower Demolition & Ravensworth Road Est Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | U/C

E

75. Emergency Care Hospital | Cramlington | Various | U/C
147. EPS / East Pilgrim Street | Newcastle | Various | U/C

F

104. The Farm (Former Stephen Easten) Foundry Lane | Newcastle | 5 fl | Completed
99. Federation Brewery (History, Closure and Demolition) | Gateshead | Demolition
80. Felling Town Centre Re-development | Gateshead | Various | Approved
44. Five Swans/Wetherspoons (ex-Luckies/Paris Texas) | Newcastle | 3fl | Completed
130.Former Liquid/Envy Nightclub - New Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 8/11/13fl | Preparation
40. Former Mandale Homes | Newcastle | 34m | 9 Fl | Dormant
65. Forth Banks New Police Station | Newcastle | 5fl | U/C
125. Forth Banks Residential Development | Newcastle | 7/9 Fl x 3 | Proposed
87. Freeman Hospital Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C
36. Fusion Office Development | Newcastle | 4 Fl | Proposed


G

73. Gateshead College Durham Road Site | Gateshead | U/C
31. Gateshead FC New Stadium | Gateshead | Proposed
27. General Hosp, Cruddas Park, West Rd Fire Station & Scotswood Housing Expo | Newcastle | Various | All covered on the West End Developments thread
106. Glassworks (Coquet Street Student Accommodation) | Newcastle | 5 x 5fl | U/C
66. Grey Street-Mosley Street-Cloth Market HOTEL (nightclub, restaurants & retail) | Newcastle | Various | Proposed
89. Go North East Bus Depot | Gateshead | 2fl | Completed

H

70.Haven Point (New Pool and Leisure Complex) | South Shields | 2fl | Completed
18. Haymarket Hub Metro Station | Newcastle | Completed
108. Hebburn Central (The 'Hebburn Hub' in the Town Centre) | Hebburn | Various | Completed
124. Heliport Site | Newcastle | Various | Proposed
24. Hillgate Quay | Gateshead | 5/3 FL | Dormant
96. Hospitals (Apart from the RVI, Freeman & Newcastle General) - Issues & Developments
29. Hotel Indigo (ex Eagle Star/Zurich House) | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed
134. HRW Building Student Accommodation | Gateshead | 14fl | Preparation
42. Hunters Moor Hospital Redevelopment | Newcastle | 3fl | Completed

I

63. Imperial Quay | Newcastle | 15fl | Dormant
20. International Conference And Exhibition Centre | Gateshead Quays | Thread Closed
04. INTO Newcastle University | Newcastle | 7/7/4 Fl | Completed
03. Intu Eldon Square Shopping Centre Improvements | Completed | Covered on the Newcastle Retail thread

J

21. Jesmond Cinema (New Offices/New Sainsbury's) | Newcastle | 4 Fl | Dormantd
58. JJ Gallachers Hotel | Newcastle | 77m | Withdrawn

K

05. Kings Gate | University Administration HQ | Completed | Covered on the Newcastle University Developments thread
137. Kings Manor Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | Approved

L

94. La Sagesse/Jesmond Towers, Housing Development | Newcastle | Various | Approved
121. Line Building East - Newcastle University | Newcastle | 4 Fl | U/C
100. Littlehaven Beach Area Transformation | South Shields | Various | Completed
34. Live Theatre Quayside Extension | Newcastle | 4 Fl | Proposed

M

105. The Malings (Ex Ice Factory & Heaney Works) | Newcastle | Various | Preparation
141. Market Street former Police Station: Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 7 fl | Preparation
50. Maynards Toffee Factory | Newcastle | 4fl | Completed
85. MetroOasis at the MetroCentre | Gateshead | 2fl | Completed
72. Mile Castle pub (ex-Sports Bar/TSB HQ) Refurbishment | Newcastle | Completed
84. Monument Mall Refurbishment | Newcastle | 4fl | Completed
30. Morpeth Town Centre Regeneration | Morpeth | Covered on the Morpeth & Ashington Developments thread
60. Mouth of Ouseburn | Newcastle | Dormant
46. MyPlace Youth Centre & City Pool | Newcastle | 2fl | Cancelled

N

15. New Bridge Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 20m | 6 Fl | Completed
122. New 'Motel One' HOTEL, High Bridge | Newcastle | 6fl | Preparation
93. Newburn Major Floods Damage | Newcastle | Various | Demolition
86. Newcastle 6th Form College | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed
11. Newcastle Airport Hilton Doubletree Hotel | Newcastle | Completed | Covered on the Newcastle Airport thread
132. Newcastle Eagles Basketball Arena | Newcastle | 4fl | Approved
83. Newcastle General Hospital Redevelopment, including Tesco | Newcastle | Various | U/C
23. Newcastle Great Park | Newcastle | U/C
28. Newgate Street Redevelopment | Newcastle | 5fl & 6fl | Approved
47. North Shields Metro Station | North Shields | U/C
53. Northumbria Police Headquarters | Ponteland | Various | Approved
06. Northumbria University Sports Complex | Completed | Covered on the Northumbria University Developments thread

O

110. Ochre Yards Housing Development (former Greenesfield Railway Depot) | Gateshead | Various | U/C
142. Odeon Cinema, Pilgrim Street | Newcastle | Demolition
91. "Old Newcastle" Project | Newcastle | Urban Renewal
25. One Millennium Quay / Jury's Inn Hotel | Gateshead | 4/5 Fl | Completed
41. Ouseburn Projects | Newcastle | Various Stages | All covered on the Ouseburn Area Developments thread

P

07. Pandon Bank | Newcastle ! 40m | 13 FL | Student Accomodation | Completed
102. Park Terrace and Kensington Terrace Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | Completed
78. Pearl Assurance House Refurbishment | Newcastle | 8fl | Completed
101. Pitt Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | U/C
128. Plummer House, Market Street - New Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 4fl | U/C
14. Portland Green Student Accommodation & Office Development | Newcastle | Various | U/C
146. PTS Plumbing, 50-54 Union Street: Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 7fl | U/C

Q

119. Queen Elizabeth Hospital Ongoing Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | U/C

R

32. Ramada Encore Hotel & Office Building | Gateshead | 7/5 Fl | Completed
135. Richardson Road ( aka 'Ricky Road' ) Park View Student Village | Newcastle | Various | Approved
115. The Ropery (Derwentwater Road, Teams) | Gateshead | Various | Completed
74. Royal Victoria Infirmary Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C

S

120. St James’ Metro and Car Park Area | Newcastle | Various | Dormant
61. St James' Point | Newcastle | 5fl | Demolition
68. St James' Quarter Masterplan | Newcastle | Dormant
71. SAFC New Training Facility | South Tyneside | Completed
109. Saltwell and Bensham Housing Regeneration | Gateshead | Proposed
09. Science City & Science Central | Newcastle | Various | U/C
82. Scotswood - New Housing Development | Newcastle | Various | U/C
22. Second Tyne Tunnel | North Tyneside & South Tyneside | Completed | Covered on the Tyne Tunnel & A19 Thread
10. Sleeperz Hotel | Newcastle | 22m | 6fl | Completed
95. South Shields 365 Town Centre Masterplan | South Shields | Various | Pre-planning
62. South Shields Riverside (New Shore) | South Shields | Completed
56. Spillers Mill / Spillers Wharf | Newcastle | Various | Demolition
111. Staiths South Bank Housing Development | Gateshead | Various | U/C
08. Stephenson Quarter | Newcastle | 40/35/2 x 30/3 x 25m | 9/9/2 x 8/3 x 7 Fl | U/C
127. Stepney Yard, Ouseburn, Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 3/4/5 fl | U/C
13. Stoddart Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 5fl & 8fl | Completed | Covered on the Student Accommodation thread
35. Strawberry Place | Newcastle | 25/35m | 7/10 Fl | Dormant
52. Strawberry Place Masterplan | Newcastle | 29 fl | Pre-planning
48. Student Castle Melbourne Street | Newcastle | 21m | 7 Fl | Completed

T

49. Theatre Royal Restoration Project (Mar-Sept 2011) | Newcastle | Completed
126. The Foundry, Clarence Street, Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed
59. The Point | Gateshead | 9/6/5 fl | Dormant
131. Trinity South Regeneration | South Shields | Various | U/C
12. Trinity Square | Gateshead | 46m | 13 Fl | Completed
138. Twenty Seven (27) Rutherford Street | Newcastle | 26fl | Proposed
43. Tyne Bridge Tower | Gateshead | 47m | 15 Fl | Demolition
55. Tynemouth Station Restoration | Tynemouth | Various | U/C
51. Tyne Renewable Energy (Biomass) Plant | North Shields | Dormant
37. Tyne Tees TV Studios - Hotel, Flats & Student Accom | Newcastle | Various | U/C

U

45. Union Square Student Accommodation (former Minimix Concrete site) | Newcastle | 24m | 8 Fl | Completed
139. Uptin House Student Accommodation, Stepney Road | Newcastle | 5Fl | Approved

V

76. Veterans Retreat Village | Northumberland | Various | Pre-planning

W

26. Waitrose Jesmond (ex-Osborne Road Garage) | Newcastle | 2 Fl | Completed
33. Westgate House and Norwich Union House | Newcastle | 7 Fl |Proposed
39. Waygood Gallery/High Bridge Studios and Stand Comedy Club | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed
02. Wellbar Central | Newcastle | 40m | 10 Fl | Completed
88. Whitehouse Enterprise Centre Redevelopment | Newcastle | 3fl | Demolition


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Part Two - PROJECT SUMMARIES, PHOTOS, & LINKS TO PROJECT THREADS:


01. Downing Plaza | Newcastle | 60/45/40/40/30/25m | 18/10/10/9/7/7 Fl | U/C

A multi million pound development is transforming the former Scottish and Newcastle Brewery into six new iconic buildings designed by the acclaimed Ian Simpson Architects. Featuring 200,000 sq ft of offices, a 183-room hotel, a 462-bed student village and extensive retail space, the scheme will form a impressive gateway to Newcastle City Council’s Science Central masterplan.

Height: 60m tallest
Floors: 18 tallest
Architect: Ian Simpson
Developer: Downing Developments


Development Details:

- 18 storey building containing a 183 bed hotel and 102 serviced apartments
- 10 storey non-residential educational institution
- Three buildings of 8 to 11 storeys containing 81 student accommodation units
- 5 to 7 storey non-residential educational institution or office building (Superseded)
- 10 storey student accommodation building

Phasing*

Phase 1: NUBS (Block B/ 10 Fl/ U/C)
Phase 2: Student Accommodation (Blocks C,D,E/ 8/10/11 Fl)
Phase 3: Offices (Block F/ 7 Fl) (Superseded) / Student Accommodation (Block F/ 10 Fl)
Phase X: Hotel & Apartments (Block A/ 18 Fl)





Position as at 20th July 2014 - courtesy of Ken O'Heed



02. Wellbar Central | Newcastle | 40m | 10 Fl | T/O

Height: 40m
Floors: 10
Architect: Lister associates
Developer: Moonglade Holdings

Replacing the tower office block, Wellbar House.

Copyright http://GeordiePhotographs.fototime.com/Gallowgate


Copyright http://GeordiePhotographs.fototime.com/Gallowgate



(Credit goes to TownPlanningNE)


03. Intu Eldon Square Shopping Centre Improvements

Ever changing including the new name of Intu Eldon Square


Inside the new mall (St Andrews Way)

(credit goes to TownPlanningNE)

Proposed Restaurant quarter )2014/2015):


June 2014 - New Northumberland Street entrance:

http://ellwood.fototime.com/Eldon%20Square%20-%20Old%20and%20New




04. INTO Newcastle University | Newcastle | 7/7/4 Fl | Completed

Height: Unknown
Floors: 7/7/4
Architect: Faulknerbrowns Architects
Developer: INTO University Partnership Ltd
Cost: £50m

Development Details:

- Erection of 5 to 7 storey building on the site of Joseph Cowen House and Old Forge Buildings to create student residential accommodation (maximum of 263 units and 416 bedspaces)
- Erection of 7 storey building on site of the Line Building and part of the Herschel car park to create student residential accommodation (maximum of 110 units and 125 bedspaces)
- Erection of 4 storey academic building on Percy Street frontage to provide catering, administration, teaching space and student support facilities

The Site:


Proposed:



Finished building August 2013 by Ken O'Heed:


2014/0961/01/DET | Demolition and replacement of existing Line East Building to create a new four storey building plus basement, with glazed bridge link at level 2 connecting the new building to 'The INTO Building' to the south west. Alterations to the rear (west) elevation of the Crow's Nest Pub. | Crows Nest 137 Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RY

Reference 2014/0961/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-03458138
Application Received Fri 13 Jun 2014
Application Validated Mon 23 Jun 2014
Address Crows Nest 137 Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RY
Proposal Demolition and replacement of existing Line East Building to create a new four storey building plus basement, with glazed bridge link at level 2 connecting the new building to 'The INTO Building' to the south west. Alterations to the rear (west) elevation of the Crow's Nest Pub.
Status Registered
Decision Not Available
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=N73W98BSLM900

From the Design & Access Statement:

INTO Newcastle University is a joint venture between Newcastle University and INTO University Partnerships to provide pathway courses for overseas students intending to access undergraduate and postgraduate studies at UK universities.

INTO currently occupy a newly developed area to the south of the University’s city centre King’s Campus, completed in 2012 and comprising both residential and teaching accommodation. 537 residential bed spaces are provided in the Joseph Cowen and Bernicia Halls, and the 3000sqm INTO Pathway Centre provides teaching, catering and administrative facilities for over 700 students.

Since the centre opened, INTO have seen a rapid growth in student numbers, and additional accommodation is now required to support demand which is currently being met through the temporary use of below standard University space elsewhere on the campus .

The Line East Building, immediately to the north of the Pathway Centre, is ideally located to provide the additional accommodation required by INTO. The building has four floors plus a basement, and is connected to the upper two floors of the adjacent building above the Crow’s Nest Public House. Both buildings have been used in the past by the University for teaching, however in recent years they have been under-utilised as they have become obsolete and better accommodation has been made available elsewhere on the campus.

The proposed development would therefore not only solve the increased accommodation requirements of INTO, it would also seek to reinvigorate and bring back into intensive use this part of the campus

This image copyright Faulknerbrowns Architects:


Hosted on www.steve-ellwood.org.uk


Copyright Ken O'Heed

Revised plan for the Percy Street frontage - August 2014:





05. Kings Gate | University Administration HQ | Completed


Floors: 5
Cost: £35m
Architect: Bond Bryan Architects
T/O

This flagship new building will bring together the University's award-winning student and administrative services, resulting in a more integrated service for students and staff, and providing some of the best student facilities to be found anywhere in the UK.


(Credit goes to Newcastle Historian)
image hosted on flickr

(Credit goes to hollow man)



06. Northumbria University Sports Complex | Completed


Floors: 10
Opening Date: June 2010

A focal point of the redevelopment at City Campus West will undoubtedly be the stunning new Sports Facility on the site of the former Northumberland Building Annexe. This huge facility which has been designed over three levels will provide some of the most outstanding fitness and training facilities in the country.


(Credit goes to TownPlanningNE)



07. Pandon Bank | Newcastle ! 40m | 13 FL | Student Accomodation | Completed

Height: 40m
Floors: 13
Architect: Jesmond Group
Developer: Metnor Property Group Ltd.

The Pandon Bank project is an ambitious £17 million student accommodation facility designed to house 514 students in a mixture of studio apartments and ‘cluster flats’ in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, situated across the road form Northumbria University’s new Manors Campus.



image hosted on flickr

(Credit : City Gent)


08. Stephenson Quarter | Newcastle | 40/35/2 x 30/3 x 25m | 9/9/2 x 8/3 x 7 Fl | U/C

Height: 25-30m
Floors: 7-9
Developer: Silverlink

Ambitious plans have received detailed planning consent to transform Newcastle's historic Stephenson Quarter into a new vibrant living, working and cultural area.

A world class gateway development in the heart of Newcastle that builds on the site's innovative engineering heritage and connects the cultural Quayside to the City Centre. Inspirational art and architecture merge to create a dynamic new place.

The 10 acre site adjacent to Newcastle Central Station. Our proposed development includes residential apartments, commercial offices, 2 hotels, an art gallery and exhibition space, retail and restaurant facilities. This project will be the catalyst for the regeneration to the west of the Quayside, and the area designated by Newcastle City Council as the Discovery Quarter.



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Copyright keedos April 2012



Works as at August 2014, copyright Ken O'Heed:



09. Science City & Science Central | Newcastle | Various | U/C

Height: 100m estimate
Floors: 30 floors estimate
Architect: ?
Developer: Newcastle City Council

Science City is to be a massive redevelopment of a large portion of the old Scottish and Newcastle Brewery site, including space for world-class Scientific research as well as more public uses such as commercial and residential. The site is now cleared.

On 13th November 2007, it was announced that the scheme will possibly incorporate Newcastle and the North East's tallest building. It is hoped that it will be an iconic building that will help the development and Newcastle be noticed on a bigger scale.


Image courtesy of Newcastle Historian


Image courtesy of Newcastle Historian

This is the first building on the site - The Core


Copyright www.steve-ellwood.org.uk

Position at August 2014:

Copyright Ken O'Heed




10. Sleeperz Hotel| Newcastle | 22m | 6fl | Completed

Reference 2008/1231/02/DCC
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Fri 09 Jul 2010
Address Sleeperz Hotel Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Submission of details of methodology of demolition to comply with conditions 10 of permission 2008/1231/01/DET dated 08.10.2008: Conversion of arches within viaduct and construction of 6 storey hotel providing 95 bedrooms, ancillary accommodation and meeting rooms with commercial and/or retail accommodation (Classes A1, A2, A3, B1) following demolition of former parcels office
Status Grant
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=L5G7O3BS09700

Proposed:


What was there before:

Credit : TownPlanningNE

Completed:

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11. Newcastle Airport Hilton Doubletree Hotel | Newcastle | Completed

New Hilton Hotel at Newcastle International Airport. Due to open Autumn 2011


(Credit goes to WAZA05 on flickr)

DoubleTree by Hilton officially opens at Newcastle International Airport
Newcastle International Airport Website, 9th December 2011



DoubleTree by Hilton Newcastle International Airport will today hold its official grand opening ceremony with the Hon. David Miliband MP in attendance, along with prominent business leaders from across the region.

This tenth DoubleTree by Hilton UK location, at the North East’s largest airport, providing luxurious accommodations and outstanding meeting and event facilities, complements the airport’s continued growth strategy which includes a terminal expansion and a focus on attracting the business community to the region with its connectivity and world class facilities.

Dave Laws, chief executive of Newcastle International, said: “As the first internationally branded hotel at the airport, the DoubleTree by Hilton Newcastle International Airport is very much a sign of confidence in both the North East and in the airport. This iconic building is a gateway to our region delivering access to a global business network.”

“The airport currently employs approximately 3,000 people from across the North East. With 4.5 million people expected to travel through Newcastle International in 2012, we see further potential for increased visitor numbers in 2013 which will bring economic benefit, investment and employment to the region.”

David Miliband MP said: “The continued expansion of Newcastle Airport is great news not just for Newcastle but for our whole region. The North East has a lot to offer, whether it be our first class dedicated workforce, those coming to the region for weekend breaks or holidays or for those who choose one of the regions Universities to study at.

The expansion programme at the airport will allow more people to come in and out of the region more quickly and efficiently, and to have a good quality hotel on site will add to the airports commitment of providing an excellent customer service”.
http://www.newcastleairport.com/News...iallyOpens.htm




12. Trinity Square | Gateshead | 46m | 13 Fl | Completed


Height: 46m estimated tallest
Floors: 13 tallest
Architect: 3D Reid
Developer: Spenhill

Development Details:

Mixed use development comprising of:

- retail
- financial and professional
- restaurants and cafes
- drinking establishments
- hot food take aways
- supermarket
- offices
- student accommodation
- ancillary facilities
- car parking and access
- public square
- landscaping

- Buildings range from 2 to 13 storeys. The plinth level will be between 2-4 storeys, with student buildings between 4 and 7 storeys on top, with a 9 storey building at the corner.


Phasing
- Demolition of existing centre scheduled for 26th July
- Building work commence date unknown


Official description from Spenhill:

A Tesco Extra store, plus 200,000 sq ft of additional retail and leisure units. Student accommodation is being built above the retail floors and a hotel is also proposed creating a fully formed residential and commercial development. The scheme would effectively create a new town centre, putting Gateshead on the map as a retail and leisure destination and bringing visitors and shoppers currently shopping in Newcastle back to the town.

Trinity Square Planning Application: http://planning.gateshead.gov.uk/pub...rchtype=WEEKLY


Websites:
http://www.trinitysquaregateshead.co.uk/

http://www.yourtrinitysquare.co.uk/index.aspx

The Site:


Completed:



Copyright Bowmer & Kirkland Ltd


13. Stoddart Street Student Residential | Newcastle | 5-8 FL | Completed

Student Accommodation being built on Stoddart Street on the site of the former winn engineers building. This is opposite the Biscuit Factory






14. Portland Green Student Accommodation & Office Development | Newcastle | Various | U/C

£120 Million Student Village to be created in the Shieldfield area of Newcastle.

Killingworth-based Metnor Group recently secured planning permission for the 2,000-bed Portland Green development for Northumbria University students.

Comprising of 11 blocks up to six storeys high – including flats, shops, a health centre, cafes and car parks – it will be located on Portland Road in the Shieldfield area of the city, to the rear of the well-known Biscuit Factory art gallery.



2009/0046/01/DET | Erection of 4 blocks of student accommodation (973 beds) incorporating retail (Class A1), professional/financial services (Class A2), café/restaurant (Class A3), health centre (Class D1), management suite and café/bar (Class A3/A4), and erection of office building (Class B1) with associated car parking, hard and soft landscaping and associated highway works. Outline Application: Erection of 5 blocks of student accommodation (960 beds) incorporating retail (Class A1), professional and financial services (Class A2), café/restaurant (Class A3) and energy centre and decked car park as amended by plans and Design and Access Statement received 04.03.2009 and 09.03.2009. | Land To The East Of Stoddart Street And Portland Road And West Of The City Stadium Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=KBNU1WBS00900

Reference 2009/0046/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Fri 05 Dec 2008
Address Land To The East Of Stoddart Street And Portland Road And West Of The City Stadium Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear
Proposal Erection of 4 blocks of student accommodation (973 beds) incorporating retail (Class A1), professional/financial services (Class A2), café/restaurant (Class A3), health centre (Class D1), management suite and café/bar (Class A3/A4), and erection of office building (Class B1) with associated car parking, hard and soft landscaping and associated highway works. Outline Application: Erection of 5 blocks of student accommodation (960 beds) incorporating retail (Class A1), professional and financial services (Class A2), café/restaurant (Class A3) and energy centre and decked car park as amended by plans and Design and Access Statement received 04.03.2009 and 09.03.2009.
Status Granted Conditionally


Credit - Ken Heed


15. New Bridge Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 20m | 6 Fl | Completed






Credit - www.steve-ellwood.org.uk


16. Baltic Business Quarter | Gateshead | Various | U/C

Developers: Terrace Hill
Architects: Red Box Design

Creating 1.5 Million Square Feet of urban office accommodation

With the dramatic rejuvenation of the NewcastleGateshead Quays, the city's commercial 'centre of gravity' has been drawn towards the riverbanks on either side of the award-winning Gateshead Millenium Bridge. Set right at the centre of this commercial hub, Baltic Business Quarter represents a unique opportunity of international significance: a new office quarter for the city with all the space of an out-of-town business park.




Credit - Ken O'Heed


17. Calders Yard | Newcastle | Various | Dormant

Reference 2000/1923/06/REN
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 11 Aug 2011
Address Former Calder Industrial Materials Ltd Crescent House Redheugh Bridge Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE99 1GE
Proposal Renewal of Planning Permission: Outline Application for mixed use development comprising residential, residential car parking spaces and small local centre comprising one or more units in Use Classes A1, A2 and A3 (of up to 500sqm), full licensed family restaurant/public house (of up to 0.2 hectare) as supplemented by information received 3/5/01, 4/6/01, 14/6/01 and 21/6/01 and Renewal of Reserved Matters Application: Details of siting, design, landscaping, external appearance and means of access of 528 residential units (Class C3), residential car parking spaces with a total of 550 spaces as amended by letter, plans and design statement received 14/08/09 and 27/08/09 in respect of permission 2000/1923/01/OUT dated 18/1/02
Status Application Withdrawn
Appeal Status Withdrawn by appellant
Appeal Decision Appeal withdrawn
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LPRGY0BS05100


Credit Ken O'Heed


Credit Ken O'Heed


Credit www.steve-ellwood.org.uk



18. Haymarket Hub Metro Station | Newcastle | Completed


The Haymarket Hub will rejunvenate this historical northern gateway into Newcastle City Centre. The exciting design of the 'Metro Station' space will give rise to new leisure, commercial and retail opportunities and re-emphasise this area's importance to the city centre of Newcastle.


Credit Newcastle Historian


Credit Newcastle Historian

image hosted on flickr

Credit Newcastle Historian


(Credit goes to hollow man)


19. Arena & Conference Centre | Newcastle | Proposed






(Images/Render from Ryder)

As from 15th February 2015, all discussions on proposed Tyneside Arena's and Conference Centres Taking place that this thread.


20. Gateshead Quays Conference & Exhibition Centre | Gateshead | Pre-Planning

"As a potential catalyst for the high-profile Gateshead Quays project, 1NG are investigating the feasibility of a new International Conference and Exhibition Centre.

Attracting visitors from across the world, the centre will be at the very heart of NewcastleGateshead's tourism and cultural offer.

Mixed with world-class research and industry across the region and the global appeal of NewcastleGateshead as a destination, the centre will significantly boost business tourism locally and deliver a major addition to the region's wealth."


As from 15th February 2015 this thread has been closed pro-tem, discussion on all Tyneside Arena's and Conference Centre's taking place via the Arena & Conference Centre Plans & Proposals | Newcastle & Gateshead | Proposed thread @ http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=983558



21. Jesmond Cinema (New Offices/New Sainsbury's) | Newcastle | 4 Fl | Dormant

Jesmond Cinema makes way for a new office and retail complex.

Demolition of Jesmond Cinema


Office + Retail Complex Proposal
image hosted on flickr


image hosted on flickr




22. Second Tyne Tunnel | North Tyneside & South Tyneside | Completed


The second tyne tunnel being built between East Howdon and Jarrow. The £260 Million project is due to be completed in February 2011





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(Credit goes to architect1976)


23. Newcastle Great Park | Newcastle | U?C

Description from newcastlegreatpark.com:

Newcastle Great Park (NGP) is an impressive sustainable urban development situated in the North East of England. Uniquely positioned in a rural setting, the park will encompass high quality residential dwellings, commercial premises and community facilities offering universal appeal.

Just three miles from Newcastle city centre, the development already has more than 550 homes built and occupied by residents who desire a great new way of living. When completed NGP will offer a wide range of contemporary housing, a high quality business park and a fully developed town centre incorporating retail, health, leisure, hotel and community facilities.

Half of the 1,200 acre site is being landscaped to create a rich mix of woodland and meadowland with hills, vales and streams- all of which can be enjoyed by residents and visitors to Newcastle Great Park. With the inclusion of wide open spaces, cycle paths and walkways the park promotes a healthy lifestyle for everyone to enjoy.

Newcastle Great Park is one of the most accessible locations in the North East from air, rail, road and sea. The development benefits from an entirely new infrastructure of road systems, cycle-ways and its own dedicated public transport services.

http://www.newcastlegreatpark.com/





The world HQ for Sage software is located within the centre of Newcastle Great Park:




24. Hillgate Quay | Gateshead | 5/3 FL | Dormant

This development will transform the site between the Tyne Bridge and the Swing Bridge on the Gateshead Quayside. It is a split level scheme with restaurants and office space.

The design makes a substantial yet sensitive contribution to the composition of Gateshead Quayside, amongst landmarks such as BALTIC, The Sage and the iconic bridges. It has involved significant consultation with Gateshead Council and English Heritage.

The proposed materials and detailing are inspired by the industrial heritage of the area, with pre-patinated and pre-oxidised copper cladding, together with a series of timber decks and terraces to complement the wharf.
(Information from Ryder)




25. One Millennium Quay / Jury's Inn Hotel | Gateshead | 4/5 Fl | Completed

This was originally the site of Yuill's rejected South Shore One scheme, and then slated for Opus Land's Days Inn, before McAleer and Rushe bought the land and proposed their office and hotel scheme. Property Week says they will begin construction in 2010.

McAleer & Rushe Statement:
  • Planning Permission Obtained For 57,000Sq Ft Offices, 205 Bedroom Hotel And 88 Car Park Spaces
  • Hotel Pre-Let To Jurys Inns Group
  • High Profile Location Overlooking River Tyne And Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Whilst Being Adjacent To Baltic Centre For Contemporary Art And The Sage Gateshead










(Credit goes to Stamford)


(Credit goes to Ken O'Heed)




26. Waitrose Jesmond (ex-Osborne Road Garage) | Newcastle | 2 Fl | Completed


Erection of 3 storey retail unit (Class A1) comprising ground floor sales area, first floor goods storage area and second floor ancillary office accommodation; and external plant at first floor, external fire escape to north elevation and associated external works consisting of hard landscaping, loading forecourt and cycle parking as amended by plans received 29 July 2009.

Planning Application Reference : 2009/0677/01/DET
Applicant : Shepherd Offshore Service Ltd
Architects : xsite architecture


(Credit : Newcastle Historian)


(Credit : Newcastle Historian)



27. General Hosp, Cruddas Pk, West Rd Fire Station, Scotswood Expo | Newcastle | Various Stages

Tesco Redevelopment of the General Hospital:


Note that General Hospital now has its own Project Thread as : 83. Newcastle General Hospital Redevelopment, including Tesco | Newcastle | Various | U/C

Note that Cruddas Park now has its own Project Thread as : 81. Cruddas Park Refurbishment & Demolition | Newcastle | Various | U/C

Architect's Blurb:

The proposed new 60,000 sq ft Tesco store is just part of an exciting scheme to redevelop the whole of the Newcastle General Hospital site. The overall proposal is for a large mixed use development consisting of the store, a university research campus focusing specifically on health and ageing, along with associated community healthcare facilities.

A key design issue is the integration of the retail, university and healthcare elements to create a single comprehensive development. This will be achieved in part by the creation of a pedestrian route running north-south through the site linking all the proposed facilities. The south end will be enclosed with a glazed roof, while the north will open out into a wide, landscaped linear park terminating in a 'village square'.







West Road Fire Station Redevelopment:

The Council’s Executive is recommended to accept an offer for the 1.31 acre site from New Deal for Communities (Newcastle) Ltd and Groundwork South Tyneside & Newcastle to deliver a scheme for community benefit, following a 17-month marketing exercise.

The bold, imaginative scheme will be known as ‘The West Gate’ and will provide a community enterprise, training and leisure complex in an eco-friendly hi-tech premises with low carbon footprint which will be a focal point for the local community.

The planning application will be determined by autumn 2009 with rebuilding work completed in July 2011 and the building is expected to open in August 2011.

Winning Proposal


Cruddas Park Reclads/Riverside Dene:

The Cruddas Park flats are being revitalised with elegant windows, communal gardens, bright interiors.




(Credit goes to Newcastle Historianfor the photo)

Scotswood Housing Expo:

Council Summary:

The Scotswood Expo will be the UK’s first Neighbourhood Exposition. It will comprise the first phase of a new neighbourhood that will form the centrepiece of a series of cultural programmes and festivals culminating in a major event in 2011.

Newcastle City Council is currently in the process of selecting a private sector partner to form the Scotswood Urban Regeneration Vehicle (URV). The URV will be a Public Private Partnership made up of the City Council, English Partnerships and Bridging NewcastleGateshead, together with a private sector development partner, which is currently being identified through a procurement process.










28. Newgate Street Redevelopment | Newcastle | 5fl & 6fl | Approved

McAleer and Rushe are set to knock down the Newgate Shopping Centre and "Quality" Hotel and redevelop the area into three hotels and some retail. Also as part of the scheme a new street will be created between Newgate Street and Fenkle Street dividing the block into two.

2009/1799/01/CAC | Conservation Area Consent: Demolition of of Newgate Street shopping centre including retail units, hotel, offices and car park | Newgate Centre Newgate Street Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2009/1799/01/CAC
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 25 Nov 2009
Address Newgate Centre Newgate Street Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Conservation Area Consent: Demolition of of Newgate Street shopping centre including retail units, hotel, offices and car park
Status Granted Conditionally





29. Hotel Indigo (ex Eagle Star/Zurich House) | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed

Floors: 5
Architect: Surface + Light + Space
Developer: Benmore Developments

From the Newcastle Journal, 13th May 2009 . . .

A Prominent Newcastle City Centre building is to be given a multi-million pound facelift to provide much-needed prime quality office space.

A planning application has been lodged for an ambitious redevelopment of the former Eagle Star House, in later years Zurich House, on Fenkle Street within the heart of the city’s historic Grainger Town. The comprehensive scheme will offer a mix of new and refurbished Grade A office accommodation of up to 67,000 sq ft with opportunities for leisure and retail facilities.

The building was acquired by Northern Irish company Benmore Developments in 2007 for over £12m, and is next to the historic Assembly Rooms, which date from 1776. It will be re-launched under the new name of Star Exchange, a reference to the iconic blue star logo of Newcastle Brewery, which closed in 2005.

LATEST: post by johnnypd in above thread.
Quote:
Originally Posted by jhnnypd
seen on the planning portal website that an application for this scheme has been re-submitted, so it looks like it is back on the agenda.



30. Morpeth Town Centre Regeneration | Morpeth









31. Gateshead FC New Stadium | Gateshead | Proposed


Gateshead Football Club today held a press launch to unveil the site and plans for their eagerly awaited new stadium development in the centre of town.

To build on its goal to take the Club back into the Football League Gateshead FC will build a new state-of-the-art stadium on a derelict site, formerly North Durham Cricket & Rugby Club, opposite Gateshead Civic Centre.

The stadium will have a capacity of around 9,000, with a 2,000 seater main stand, and all four sides of the ground will be covered.






32. Ramada Encore Hotel & Office Building | Gateshead | 7/5 Fl | Completed

Starboard Hotels Description:

Located in the heart of Gateshead adjacent to the Sage Centre & Millennium Bridge. This 202 bedroom Holiday Inn Express will be a welcome addition to Starboard Hotels' impressive portfolio.

http://www.starboardhotels.co.uk/projects/gateshead.htm






Credit TownPlanningNE



33.Westgate House and Norwich Union House | Newcastle | 7 Fl |Proposed

Image of The Original Westgate House - which was demolished in 2007


Proposed Replacement Now Suprseded




2014/0667/01/DET | Erection of a new 2 to 7 storey above ground level residential building comprising of 259 (Class C3) self-contained studios for student accommodation with associated communal facilities and servicing arrangements. The building will also contain 300sqm for A3 restaurant and/or A4 bar use at ground level facing Westgate Road following demolition of Norwich Union House | Former Norwich Union Insurance Group Norwich Union House 40-44 Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1TL

Reference 2014/0667/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 24 Apr 2014
Application Validated Fri 02 May 2014
Address Former Norwich Union Insurance Group Norwich Union House 40-44 Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1TL
Status Registered - May 2014
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=N4QGO9BS0JD00







34. Live Theatre Quayside Extension | Newcastle | 4 Fl | Proposed

Proposed


Current

(Credit goes to Newcastle Historian for above photo)


35. Strawberry Place | Newcastle | 25/35m | 7/10 Fl | Dormant

Height: 35m
Floors: 7
Architect: Ryder HKS
Developer: Hanro

Proposed mixed use development near St James Park.

Attached is a 10 story hotel of 30 metres.

Includes 122,000sqf office space, 15,000sqf of shops, and a 160 bedroom hotel. Opposite Time Central.

The scheme has not yet begun construction.








36. Fusion Office Development | Newcastle | 4 Fl | Proposed

Fusion is a 4 storey office building at Clavering Place, Newcastle.

Images of planned building:




What it is replacing:




37. Tyne Tees TV Studios - Hotel, Flats & Student Accom | Newcastle | Various | U/C

Reference 2012/0365/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 22 Mar 2012
Address Television Studios City Road Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Detailed Planning Application for erection of up to 9 storey block of purpose built student accommodation providing 386 bed spaces with associated reception, management and administration areas, laundry, storage, plant and student hub/cafe with related pedestrian, cycle and vehicle access to car and cycle parking and bin storage: Outline Planning Application for the erection of up to 139 bed hotel with associated bar and restaurant dining area, reception area with vehicular accesses off City Road and Howard Street and the erection of a residential building providing 30 apartments with associated vehicle access to serve 19 car parking spaces, and cycle parking
Status Granted Conditionally
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=M1AL2XBS0DL00



image hosted on flickr

Credit MaxToon





38. New BT building (Harton Staithes) | South Shields | 4fl | Completed

South Tyneside Council's planning committee approved the four-storey, flat-roofed glass building at Harton Staithes.

The complex is to be the regional headquarters for the local authority's strategic partner, BT


(Credit goes to architect1976)




(Credit goes to Talisker)



39. Waygood Gallery/High Bridge Studios and Stand Comedy Club | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed

Contractors are putting the finishing touches to High Bridge Studios and Gallery which, once open, will provide creative space for about 50 artists. The Wards building, a former print works, has been undergoing a revamp, with the finished product originally due to open in 2005.

But the cost of the project, previously known as The Waygood, rose from an initial price of £4.7m to an estimated £10.5m after a host of problems. Cash came from public funds from Newcastle City Council and the Arts Council, as well as grants.

Waygood Gallery proposals, seen from the back of the project . .




Credit Steve Ellwood 5th October 2011

image hosted on flickr

Credit newcastlepubs 5th October 2011



40. Former Mandale Homes | Newcastle | 34m | 9 Fl | Dormant

Height: 34m
Floors: 9
Architect: Napper Architects
Developer: Blythe House Developments Limited

Planning Application:

Erection of a 9 storey building and associated works to provide a bar/restaurant (Class A3/A4) and delicatessen (Class A1) at ground floor with residential student accommodation above, comprising 26 'Pods' ranging from 2 bedrooms to 6 bedrooms each with communal kitchen/living rooms




Credit Steve Ellwood 5th October 2011



41. Ouseburn Projects | Newcastle | Various Stages

St Lawrence Apartments | Various | Approved




Stepney Bank Student Accomodation | 7 fl | Pre-Planning

Architects: Xsite Architecture
Client: Connislow LLP
Brief: 280 bed new build student accommodation complex.
Design: The site has frontages on both Stepney Bank and Byker Bridge. The concept of the design is to create two long linear buildings, which address Byker Bridge and Stepney Bank and each have their own distinctive character. In between the two buildings is a landscaped courtyard with oriel windows that prevent overlooking and add visual interest. The Byker Bridge block is tall and brightly coloured, to create a gateway statement from the route from Byker Bridge into town. This building also protects the courtyard area and Stepney Bank building from the pollution and noise of the busy road. The Stepney Bank block is smaller and steps down towards the Ouseburn valley, with a material palette of dark brick, zinc and glass.




42. Hunters Moor Hospital Redevelopment | Newcastle | 3fl | Completed

Dame Allan’s school in Fenham, Newcastle has unveiled plans for a new junior school built from recyclable materials and set in six acres of mature woodland.

The woods will become an outdoor classroom for the children. A nature trail will wind around the old trees and timber left to rot will encourage ants and wildlife to make their home there.

Hunters Moor Hospital




Proposals



43. Tyne Bridge Tower | Gateshead | 47m | 15 Fl | Demolition

The Tyne Bridge Tower resides at the foot of the Tyne Bridge on the Gateshead side of the River Tyne, near the medieval St Mary's Church and The Sage.




The 13 floor building was used by HM Revenue and Customs until June 2005 and is now empty. Below, is the recently cancelled re-furbishment (with curved extension) proposals . .



Following the failure of the above to obtain approval, an application for demolition has now been submitted to Gateshead Council.


44. Five Swans/Wetherspoons (ex Luckies/Paris Texas) | Newcastle | 3fl | Completed

Pub chain JD Wetherspoon has revealed it wants to create another large bar in Newcastle.

The former Luckies bar is part of plans to turn the whole of the end of St Mary’s Place into one large nightspot.

Premises which used to be Crown hairdressers, Paris Texas restaurant, Steel Wheels record shop, Northgate House and offices on St Mary’s Place will also be part of the pub, if planning permission and a licence are given.

JD Wetherspoon, which sealed a deal to buy up all the properties at the start of July, is looking for the green light to refurbish the interiors of the buildings, some of which are listed


(Credit goes to Stamford)


45. Union Square Student Accommodation (former Minimix Concrete site) | Newcastle | 24m | 8 Fl | Completed

Height: 24m estimated
Floors: 8
Architect: Ainsworth Spark Associates
Developer: Adderstone Group

Development Details:

- 8 storey building
- 4 office units
- 31 residential units (totalling 160 beds)
- Car parking (14 spaces)
- Cycle storage and bin storage

The Site:


Currently:

Copyright Ken O'Heed



46. MyPlace Youth Centre & City Pool | Newcastle | 2fl | Cancelled

Plans to close the smaller of two pools in the Northumberland Road centre and incorporate it into a MyPlace development for youngsters

Currently:



(Credit goes to Newcastle Historian)


47. North Shields Metro Station | North Shields | U/C

Architect: Sadler Brown
Developer: Nexus Rail

Development Details:

- Demolition of existing North Shields Metro station
- New station to be built
- New platforms and canopies and landscaping of the public square at the entrance
- New travel shop
- New taxi office
- New ramps, staircases, lifts

The Site:


Currently:



Proposed Elevations:




48. Student Castle Melbourne Street | Newcastle | 21m | 7 Fl | Completed

Height: 21m
Floors: 7
Architect: Orbit Architects* / Morgan 2 Hayman
Developer: [email protected]* / Student Castle

Development Details:

- 7 storey student accommodation building
- Located on Melbourne Street
- 195 studios
- 18 flats/suites
- 15 car parking spaces

The Site:


Proposed Render:



Latest Construction Photo's:


(Credit goes to Stamford)


49. Theatre Royal Restoration Project (Mar-Sept 2011) | Newcastle | Completed

A HISTORIC theatre has unveiled ambitious plans for a restoration that will transform it both inside and out.

Newcastle’s Theatre Royal will take its audiences on a journey through time in a £4.9m revamp to commemorate the building’s 175th birthday in 2012.





The Theatre Royal re-opened for the performance of The Madness of George III on 12th September 2011.




50. Maynards Toffee Factory | Newcastle | 4fl | Completed


Proposal:


Latest Photo's:


(Credit goes to Stamford)


51. Tyne Renewable Energy (Biomass) Plant | North Shields | Dormant

Reference 09/02127/EIASCO
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 12 Aug 2009
Address Land And Buildings At Hayhole Road North Shields Tyne And Wear
Proposal Scoping report for Biomass renewable energy plant
Status EIA Scoping Opinion given
http://idoxpublicaccess.northtynesid...=KO9LXVBH09700

Press Release from MGT Power -

Tyne REP will be one of the worlds largest renewable energy plants, providing enough carbon neutral electricity to power around 600,000 homes (295 MW). As it will operate base-load, it will produce in one year as much green electricity as the largest 1,000MW wind farm projects, and save 1.2 million tonnes of CO2 from being emitted every year.

Tyne REP will bring substantial benefits to the region, representing an investment of over £500 million; the creation of 600 construction jobs; 150 on-site jobs; 300 - 400 indirect jobs and an annual spend of £30 million in the local economy.


for more info see http://www.mgttyne.com/faqs.html


52. Strawberry Place Masterplan | Newcastle | 29 fl | Pre-planning

Note:
This thread was merged at 23rd March 2014 with St James’ Metro and Car Park Area | Newcastle | Various | Dormant @ http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1406356

Potential new 29-floor tower for Newcastle, to a site south of the football stadium. Design by Napper architects.
Quote:
Napper were approached by St. James Park Football Club, (collaborating with Nexus and Newcastle City Council) to provide a mixed masterplan for an urban space south of St James Park known as Strawberry Place. The brief called for better connectivity and improved public realm ensuring better permeability between the newly masterplanned Science City and the city centre as well as providing a new commercial hub to the south of the football stadium.

The site layout proposes three main buildings fronting Gallowgate, including a landmark 29 storey tower, interconnected by a series of high level walkways to two smaller commercial blocks. The blocks configure to create a new square, sitting at the intersection of key routes through the city and contained by smaller scale buildings addressing Gallowgate, a bank of raked seating to the east and the refurbished metro station to the north and west. A media wall which has an aspect to the three main approaches to the square provides a central pedestrian focus suggesting a new city pedestrian meeting point.






Link to a competing plan for the site, designed by Ryder Architecture.


53. Northumbria Police Headquarters | Ponteland | Various | Approved




54. Co-op Department Store HOTEL | Newcastle | 5fl | U/C

Reference 2011/1134/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Fri 29 Jul 2011
Address Former Co-operative (North Eastern) 117 Newgate Street And Part Public Highway To St Andrews Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5RZ
Proposal Conversion of former Co-operative department store (Class A1) and erection of a new purpose built 2 / 3 storey wing to the rear following demolition of existing offshoots down to first floor level to form a 231 bedroom hotel (Class C1). Works also include the following; repairs / alterations to elevations comprising installation of new shopfronts along Newgate Street and St Andrews Street to existing ground floor retail unit (Class A1), 5 additional units within use Classes A1/A3 and to the frontage to the hotel (Class C1), new glazing to upper hotel floors fronting St Andrews Street, change of use of part basement to use class D2 and part use as plant / storage area for hotel use, creation of access route to existing car park to rear via St Andrews Street and formation of bin storage, external plant, new substation and cycle parking within rear service yard as amended by plans and updated supporting documents received 08/09/11, 13/09/11 and 23/09/11
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LP3I67BS05100

Quote:
PROPOSALS have now been submitted for the conversion of the former Co-op Department Store building in Newcastle City Centre into an hotel and associated leisure uses.

90% of the space is either let, or close to being let.

The Grade II-listed, six-storey Co-op building on Newgate Street, will be redeveloped to form a 231-bedroom hotel, restaurants, retail outlets and gym.

William Grafton, project director at Merchant Place, says the 150,000sqft redevelopment offers an “exceptional opportunity” to bring back to life one of the most famous buildings in central Newcastle.

The project has been designed by the Red Box Design Group, which was responsible for the award-winning conversion of the old Post Office Buildings in Newcastle about 10 years ago.



55. Tynemouth Station Restoration | Tynemouth | Various | U/C

Tynemouth Station, now Tynemouth Metro Station, opened in 1882 and is a grand Victorian station, renowned for its extensive and highly decorative iron canopies, by William Bell. It is a Grade II listed building, parts of which are very much still at risk.



Tynemouth Station with its beautiful wrought iron and glass canopy, originating from 1882, and in the early days it was respected and well maintained. It even won several prizes for being the best-kept station on the North Eastern Railway line.



For many years, as well as being a busy station on the Tyne & Wear Metro, the extensive areas of the old Victorian Station are used on Saturdays and Sundays, as a very popular and well attended indoor Antiques and Collectables market . . .



But, to either end of the station, the old Victorian arches are as shown in the first photo at the top of this page. and so there is a lot of work still to do to save those areas of the old station that have not yet been repaired.

Here are the detailed proposals . . .

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...a%3DN%26um%3D1

So . . much to do yet, but a VERY deserving restoration, in my opinion


56. Spillers Mill / Spillers Wharf | Newcastle | Various | Demolition



Demolition progress by 7th September 2011. .



Photos courtesy of Steve Ellwood

Update of progress - 27th September 2011

Source : Steve Ellwood


57. Central Hotel Bar Refurbishment | Gateshead | Completed



News this week that the Central Hotel at the Gateshead side of the Tyne Bridge is to be redeveloped. As many people know it's a great looking, grade II listed building that should be great when redeveloped. The Head of Steam group (The Cluny, Tilleys, etc) are taking it on. The work is set to cost £1.1m. Sorry I couldn't find a more recent image!! http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/north...2703-24917561/[/QUOTE]

If you think that is an OLD photo . . . how about this one then??



and, here is a much more recent one . . .



also, here is the INSIDE, taken in 1997. Personally, I love these genuine old wooden pub interiors, my old favourite pub in the 1980s, The Burton House next to the old BBC building, used to have one just as good!



The final refurbished exterior in June 2010, pub finished internally by December 2010 . .




58. JJ Gallacher`s Hotel | Newcastle | 77m | Withdrawn

The proposed JJ Gallacher's Hotel on Pottery Lane (77m tower plus lowrise residential elenent) was one of the most interesting proposals in Newcastle over the past decade. The application was withdrawn after the Tyne Gorge` report slammed tall buildings along the banks of the river.






59. The Point | Gateshead | 9/6/5 Fl | Dormant

This thread is for discussion of UK Land Estate's The Point development in Gateshead. As it is connected to the Ochre Yards residential development we can also discuss that one too as it is still under protracted, phased construction. As for "The Point", I don't think construction has started.

Description from UK Land Estates:

The Point rises above Gateshead Quays overlooking the River Tyne's famous Quayside.

The Point offers contemporary design alongside stunning Edwardian buildings; setting new standards for the modern city centre businesses.

Only a short stroll away are some of the region's iconic tourist spots including the Sage, the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and the Gateshead Millennium Bridge and within 10 minutes you can be in either Gateshead or Newcastle city centre.

Plans include office, leisure and hotel accommodation set in spectacular surroundings; the commercial heart of a true urban village.

* 4/5 star hotel opportunity approx. 120 beds
* Approx 200,000 sq.ft of brand new Grade A office accommodation
* Bar/Restaurant opportunities of up to 12,000sqft
* Refurbishment of listed buildings to form bars, restaurants and destination
retailing around central courtyard
* Mix of Edwardian & contemporary architecture
* Over 600 residential apartments comprising new build and refurbished
Edwardian structures
* True urban village providing the opportunity to Live, Work, Rest and Play
* External landscaping of the highest quality

Images -







60. Mouth of Ouseburn | Newcastle | 39m | 13fl | Proposed

There have been a number of proposals for this site, the below is the current one.









Oct 8 2007 by Peter Young, Newcastle Evening Chronicle

CONTROVERSIAL plans for a £25m waterfront flats, office and leisure complex on Newcastle Quayside are set to win city council backing.

Planning officials will recommend members of the development control committee support the scheme, at the mouth of the Ouseburn where it meets the Tyne, at a meeting on Friday, despite objections.

These include residents, a 1,300-name petition from customers of the nearby Free Trade pub and Star and Shadow cinema, Byker councillors Nick Kemp and Veronica Dunn, and members of the Ouseburn management board.

Council officials are backing the scheme which also has the broad support of English Heritage, Newcastle conservation advisory panel, the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment.

The proposal by George Wimpey UK Ltd is for a 13-storey block with 89 apartments and cafe and gallery on the ground floor, a five to seven-storey office building with a restaurant and newsagent, a public square, and a 40-space underground car park.

Around 320 jobs would be created, plus 100 during construction, and if the go-ahead is given it will end a seven-year wrangle over the future of the site.

Objectors complain about the size and design which they say will obscure views of the Tyne, impact on the historic Ouseburn area and cause potential traffic problems.

Coun Kemp, who is chairman of Byker ward committee, is concerned about the size of the building and traffic and says there is already a huge number of vacant apartments on the Quayside.

In a report to councillors, Harvey Emms, the council’s head of planning and transportation, says that in his view the design does justice to what is a unique and remarkable setting.

“Given the prominence and sensitivity of the site and the considerable public interest, I suspect it is probably impossible to identify a scheme which would satisfy everybody’s aspirations or achieve unanimity,” said Mr Emms.

“In my view, the applicants and their architects deserve credit for learning from the previous unsatisfactory proposals and seeking to design a scheme which sits comfortably with its surroundings.”

Looks like this is set to be built then, i think it is a decent design but nothing extraordinary, glad that the site will finally be filled though. only the imperial quays plot to go and the quayside will be 'complete'.


I assume this proposal is still on the stocks, but has probably been delayed by the current 'slump'.

It would actually be quite interesting to see photos/visualisations of some of the previous proposals (may they yet still be revived?) as I seem to remember one was a very tall slim (and I thought quite impressive) building.

It was described as representing a "full stop" to the East Quayside area, at the point where it reached the Ouseburn.

BELOW are photos/CGIs, of 'the most famous' of the previous proposals for this site . .



Pictures courtesy of - http://www.stephenson-bell.com/portf...-quayside.html


61. St James' Point | Newcastle | 5 Fl | Demolition

Original Proposals:

CURRENT VIEW . .

PROPOSED . .



Revised 2011 Proposals:

A Planning Application has been made for the demolition of 4 Strawberry Place and the build:

1. residential accommodation for 32 students in two, three and four-bedroomed flats,
2. a cafe bar/restaurant at ground and first floor levels
3. rehousing of the electrical substation transformers currently standing in the open adjacent The Strawberry pub.


Link : http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...tion=firstPage

2011/0860/01/CAC | Conservation Area Consent: Demolition of unlisted building | Strawberry House 4 Strawberry Place Newcastle upon Tyne

From the Design and Access Document :

Quote:
The site is located at the junction of Strawberry Place & St James’ Street and has an area of approximately 0.06ha. It contains a brick-built, disused former sub-station building and is within the Leazes Conservation Area, to the north west of Newcastle city centre.

The site is bounded by St James’ Street to the south west, Strawberry Place to the south and the back lane serving the rear of St James’ Street to the east. The northern boundary is defined by the four storey brick-built gable end wall of Albion Buildings. Therefore, it has dual aspect to the south and the southwest.
These are the before and proposed views of the building, courtesy of the Developer:







62. South Shields Riverside (New Shore) | South Shields | Various | Completed

Masterplan for 35ha scheme includes 1300 homes and the UK's first 100% recycled park

Architect Studio Egret West has unveiled these images of a 35ha masterplan for South Shields riverside. The scheme, which will include five new neighbourhoods with over 1300 homes, will also create a waterfront park, New Shore.

The design connects the park with South Shields town centre via a community terrace that covers a six metre change in level. This terrace, which the architect describes as “like a giant oyster encrusted with barnacles” will be constructed using engineered fill from other large scale projects in the north east of England. This makes the park, the architect says, the first 100% recycled park in the UK.

http://www.building.co.uk/story.asp?...#ixzz0UPZoib3X





Links:

South Tyneside Riverside Framework Document relating to the site - http://www.southtyneside.info/search.../tmp_72892.pdf

Shields Gazette write-up of the plans -
http://www.shieldsgazette.com/daily-...-to.3634810.jp


63. Imperial Quay | Newcastle | 15 Fl | Dormant

Original Developer - AWG Ltd
Original Architect - Carey Jones Architects



I know the proposed building planned for this site (above) known as Imperial Quay (which is what I have named the thread for ease of identification) has I think been cancelled so the site is currently dormant but this is a very important development site and we should monitor what happens here.

This is one of the three major remaining “gaps” in East Quayside, with the other two being ’57 Quayside’ and the ‘entrance to the Ouseburn' plot, all three of which are important (in my view) if we are to achieve 'completion' of the East Quayside Streetscape.

The last mention of this development site on the old 'Projects Thread' was on December 10th last year when Gregstone wrote . . . "Known as Plot 12 or Imperial Quay and owned by One North East, Very little info or news on intentions or indeed why it has taken so long. I understand the CDC is keen to bring forward "Lower Ouseburn / East Quayside" as a priority area for redevelopment."

Last I heard was that One North East are supposed to be marketing the site.

I, personally, think that this major "gap" in East Quayside has a very detrimental impact on the overall appearence of the area.

Below is, out of interest, a bit of the history of the Imperial Quay project, leading up to the most recent news in 2007 . . .

August 2002 - The new proposal is described as the "final piece in the (East Quayside) Jigsaw" . . .


September 20th 2002 - The PROTESTS begin . . .


2007 - The protesters have won, we have a LOVELY undeveloped GAP on East Quayside, and One North East put the site back on the market . . .




64. Discovery Quarter | Newcastle | Various | Dormant

The specific project named "Discovery Quarter" may have failed (I believe) but this is still the best title I can think of to describe any proposed developments within the area in question.

I think this is an important area of the City Centre, requiring (and at one time nearly-getting) a great deal of attention, so I felt we should have this thread to monitor it.

My own particular sub-area-of-concern (within the Discovery Quarter) is that directly in front of the Discovery Museum, in between it and St James' Boulevard. The very scruffy "backs of buildings" (that were never meant to be seen like this) are now in a very prominent location, and 'blight' what could be a very impressive view from the Boulevard, at (or very near to) one of the major road entrances into the City Centre from the South.

Essentially, I mean this area here . . .




65. Forth Banks New Police Station | Newcastle | 5fl | U/C

Plans unveiled for new £37m police station
October 22nd 2010, by Adrian Pearson, Evening Chronicle



A NEW £37m police station is to be built in the centre of Newcastle.

Northumbria Police have revealed they are to build the new complex behind Newcastle Central Station.

The force’s police authority members have agreed to purchase a site at Forth Banks next to the Stephenson Quarter.

Network Rail currently owns the site but will be handed £5.5m for the land.

The total cost of the new building expected to be around £36.8m.

Northumbria Police currently own part of the Pilgrim Street station, shared with Newcastle magistrates, and all of the Market Street building.

Officers have been using Pilgrim Street since the 1930s and opened the Market Street office in the 1960s.

These will be put up for sale and the funds will help cover some of the cost of the new station, with spending chiefs expected to borrow some cash to help out.

The new site includes the Kings House building, which will be substantially upgraded, and an adjacent Grade II-listed warehouse building, which kept as part of the new station. A new building will be built to the rear of Kings House to link the two others. There will be more then 50 cells in the new building and a 24-hour reception.

Read More - http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/north...#ixzz135s0umSZ

HERE are the 'renders' (courtesy of Johnnypd, on 12th April 2011) . . .






66. Grey Street-Mosley Street-Cloth Market HOTEL (nightclub, restaurants & retail) | Newcastle | Various | Proposed

5-13 Grey Street

DAV Developments are proposing a conversion on Grey Street for a 55 bed hotel to run through from Grey Street, through Drury Lane and to include Balmbra's in Cloth Market.

The site comprises buildings at:
5-13 Grey Street
5-7 Drury Lane
6-8 Cloth Market (Balmbras Bar)

Quote:
This Design, Access and Heritage Statement has been prepared by _space as part of a full planning and listed building consent application on behalf of DAV Developments Ltd. The application is for the proposed conversion and refurbishment of buildings located at 5-13 Grey Street, 5-7 Drury Lane and 6-8 Cloth Market (Balmbras Bar) into a leisure complex that includes a minimum four star hotel to Grey Street and Drury lane and a high quality bar to the Cloth Market and Drury Lane.
Planning Application with NCC under Ref 2011/0350/01/DET - see http://planningapplications.newcastl...=LHC7G9BSAP000

Certainly looks an interesting development and with recent discussions on Balmbas it is notable that the development promises a high quality bar.





Grey Street

Credit : Steve Ellwood
Grey Street



67. Archbold Terrace Projects (Scottish Life House / Eaga House / Sandyford House) | Newcastle | Various | U/C

This is a new proposal for a hotel on Archbold Terrace.

http://www.plus3.co.uk/mobile/ (scroll down a bit for details).

Reference: 2011/0256/01/DET
Alternative Reference: PP-01351317
Application Received: 19 Jan 2011
Address: Block C And D Scottish Life House Archbold Terrace Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal: Conversion of part ground floor and level 1 of Block C and levels 2, 3, 4 and 5 of Blocks C and D from offices (Class B1) to a 130 bed hotel and 36 unit apart-hotel including bar/restaurant, meeting rooms and leisure rooms and provision of aluminium cladding to elevations
Status: Pending Consideration
Appeal Status:
Appeal Decision:


Here are a couple of the 'before and after' visualisations from the Newcastle City Council Planning Applications Website . . .





It's not terribly clear from the above copies of the visualisations, but the roofline is planned to be different from how Scottish Life House is at present. It is higher and sloping and has some "Downing Plaza style" slopes and angles.


68. St James' Quarter | Newcastle | Masterplan | Dormant

Note: This thread was merged at 23rd March 2014 with St James’ Metro and Car Park Area | Newcastle | Various | Dormant @ http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1406356

Ryder Architecture have new design plans for a St James' Quarter for Newcastle (under Projects/Masterplanning)

This seems to encapsulate Citygate (phase 1), the pending Strawberry Place development (phase 2), and a new radical looking public realm between the two (phase 3).

They obviously have big plans for Phase 3, and the contract value is £125m

This thread has been created to discuss Phase 3 (as it doesn't seem to fit anywhere else, and it's a newly named quarter I've never heard of before).








69. The Barley Mow (aka 'Stereo') | Newcastle | 5fl | Approved

On May 21st 2009, the below development was proposed . .

There are actually two different proposals for the site of the new defunct Stereo bar on the Quayside:








Nothing happened for two and a half years, then . .

Got a nice letter from the Council asking if I object to Demolition of existing public house and erection of 5 storey building comprising retail/restaurant (Class A1/A3) and/or office accommodation at ground floor and office accommodation (Class B1) at first to fifth floors with ancillary accommodation | Former Stereo Public House City Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2AG

http://planningapplications.newcastl...=LQDA1OBSAP000

Not inspiring, like a truncated London assembly building on stilts;

image hosted on flickr



Here is the 'very historic' Barley Mow (Stereo) after the recent fire, as at September 2011 . .



70.Haven Point (New Pool and Leisure Complex) | South Shields | 2fl | Completed

South Shields to get new £15m swimming pool complex
BBC Newcastle News Website, 7th February 2010.

Plans for a £15m swimming pool complex on South Tyneside have been unveiled. South Tyneside Council said the pool, planned for the foreshore area of South Shields, would help to attract more tourists to the seaside town.

A detailed planning application is due to be lodged in the Spring and building work expected to start in September.

Tracey Dixon, South Tyneside Council's lead member for culture and wellbeing, said: "The new pool on the South Shields foreshore will have state-of-the art design and technology features. "It will be designed to meet the needs of a wide range of users and making it a truly inclusive building for all members of the community and visitors to the area.

"It is an investment for the future and the building will be designed to ensure it is sustainable and energy efficient. "It will also make our stunning seafront even more attractive for visitors who will have even more reason to return to South Tyneside for holidays and visits whatever the weather."

The complex will include a 25m swimming pool with spectator seating, fitness suite and an outdoor performance area, as well as hosting school swimming groups. It is also hoped the pool will be used to host competition swimming events.


Credit - architect1976


Credit - architect1976


71. SAFC New Training Facility | South Tyneside | Completed

This planning application, though for Sunderland Football Club, appears to fall within the area covered by the Newcastle Metro Area Forum.

So, in the interests of fairness, we should include it as a 'project', with its own project thread on here, I feel.

There is also, understandably, a thread for this project, on the 'Sunderland & Durham' sub-forum.

Application Number : ST/2032/09/FUL
Site Address : Sunderland AFC Academy of Light, Sunderland Road, Cleadon SR6 7UN
Development Description: Proposed erection of an indoor training facility and landscaping on land at the Sunderland Association Football Club, Academy of Light, Cleadon
Status Date: FINAL DECISION 30-10-2009
Registered Decision : Grant Permission with Conditions
http://poppy.southtyneside.gov.uk/No...edf66baa64.xml




Credit: architect1976


72. Mile Castle Pub (ex Sports Bar/TSB HQ) Re-furbishment | Newcastle | Completed

J D Wetherspoon are planning to refurbish the former TSB HQ (recently the 'Sports bar') and restore it in a £700,000 scheme.

It will be named The John Edward Watson after the original architect. (Note : It was NOT called The John Edward Watson (as stated in the Sunday Sun article) but was christened "The Mile Castle".



http://www.sundaysun.co.uk/news/nort...9310-24954857/

What a beautiful and elegant building this is, on the corner of Grainger Street and Westgate Road.

Here it is in it's TSB Head Office days . . .




It was eventually completed and opened in December 2009. It was NOT called (as stated above) The John Edward Watson but was called "The Mile Castle" . . .

The Mile Castle



Location:
19-25 Grainger Street, close to the Central Station.

Metro - Central Station

Open: every day until late.


Review - http://www.pubsnewcastle.co.uk/

Large new JD Wetherspoons Lloyds No 1 bar that was formerly known as The Sports Cafe. The bar has been transformed and now has 3 floors with a bar on each level.

The ground floor bar is accessed directly from the main entrance and there is a long bar to the left hand side. There are plenty of tables and chairs on all floors for diners. The upper levels can be accessed by a large staircase near the main entrance. Regular music is on play at most times with a dance floor at the rear of the ground floor and on the upper levels.

There are several widescreen TV's showing videos. The bar will be a very popular addition to the Central Station area and will appeal to a mixed clientele of students, locals, business crowd and tourists. It shouold be very busy at all times especially at the weekend and on Thursday Curry night. There is a small outside seating area open until 6pm that is used for smoking.

Disabled access is excellent with a designated disabled toilet on the ground floor.

Check out JD Wetherspoon's web site at www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk


73. Gateshead College Durham Road Site | Gateshead | Various | U/C

DC/11/01356/FUL | Redevelopment of former Gateshead College site to provide 175 dwellings, including 16 live/work units, and associated access, open space and landscaping.(amended 20.1.12 and 27.01.12) | Former Gateshead College Durham Road Gateshead

Reference DC/11/01356/FUL
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 24 Nov 2011
Address Former Gateshead College Durham Road Gateshead
Proposal Redevelopment of former Gateshead College site to provide 175 dwellings, including 16 live/work units, and associated access, open space and landscaping.(amended 20.1.12 and 27.01.12)
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=LV7OMWHK07K00

This £74m residential scheme on the former site of Gateshead College on Durham Road is being developed by Grainger PLC. It looks like it has the potential to be something quite special, with it being designed by none other than recent Stirling Prize winners Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects, the first practice to win the Stirling for a residential scheme. It includes family homes and apartments in a sensitively landscaped setting.

Quote:
Employment boost as college site plan revealed
September 27th 2007, by Nick Whitten, Evening Chronicle


MORE than 150 jobs will be created through the redevelopment of a Tyneside college site. A mix of family homes and flats, complemented by a neighbourhood shop, has been designed to herald a new community on the site of Gateshead College.

Our exclusive fly-through pictures, which can be seen at www.chroniclelive.co.uk, reveal the plans.

Newcastle developer Grainger plc, which bought the 10-acre site on Durham Road earlier this year, is holding a public exhibition of the plans today.

Two public consultation days have already been held, but the new development has attracted so much local interest that Grainger has decided to hold a third. Visitors will be able to see the plans in more detail and hear how the scheme will fit into the site’s conservation area status. They will also have a chance to make suggestions so these can be incorporated while the proposed scheme is still on the drawing board – and help to choose a name for the site.

Nicola Osborne, Grainger’s director of development, said: “We’ve been delighted by the response to our invitation for local people to get involved with our vision for the Gateshead site. “We understand how much value local residents can add and genuinely want to give every opportunity to hear their views about the proposals, along with any ideas and suggestions they might have.” “When we first bought the site we said it deserved a very special treatment, and, hopefully, that’s exactly what we’ve come up with". “We want to turn it into one of the most sought-after addresses in the region and believe buyers of all ages will be attracted by the location and the pleasant, leafy setting.”

The college moves next April to new premises at the Baltic Business Quarter.
Video fly-through of the site:
http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/video...2703-19858079/




Credit : Ken OHeed



74. Royal Victoria Infirmary Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C

Planning Application : 2003/2836/01/DET
http://planningapplications.newcastl...tion=firstPage

Quote:
Erection of 5/6 storey adult hospital with roofplant and helipad, 4/5 storey children's hospital, 8 storey clinical office building, 7 storey clinical office and education building, alterations to elevation of Peacock Hall, chapel, Sir James Spence Institute building and Crawford House following demolition of adjoining buildings, erection of glazed links between Peacock Hall and proposed clinical office building, 4 storey glazed link within Leazes Wing East and pedestrian link at levels 1 and 2 between Claremont Wing, multi-storey car park and new hospital, formation of new door openings and access ramps to existing children's outpatients department building, all with associated internal roadways, car parking, landscaping and alterations to perimeter railings to form new pedestrian and vehicular access on Queen Victoria Road and Richardson Road, as amended by landscape masterplan received 10/02/04, plans received 23/02/04 and 30/04/04, car parking management strategy received 14/04/04, and letters plans, and information received 23/04/04 | Royal Victoria Infirmary Queen Victoria Road Newcastle Upon Tyne Tyne And Wear NE1 4LP







75. Emergency Care Hospital | Cramlington | Various | U/C

Reference 11/00129/CCMEIA - Northumberland County Council
Application Received Mon 21 Feb 2011
Address Land East Of A189 And South Of Lanercost Park East Cramlington Cramlington Northumberland

Proposal Development of a specialist emergency care hospital (SECH) and associated infrastructure car and cycle parking, helipad, internal access and circulation roads, energy centre, hard and soft landscaping and sustainable urban drainage systems. Construction of a 5-arm roundabout at the B1326 to provide access to the SECH together with realignment of the A189 slip road.





76. Veterans Retreat Village | Northumberland | Various | Pre-planning

A PIONEERING £27m care “village” for injured soldiers is to be created in the North East of England.
The Veteran’s Retreat Village, which will be home to some 300 wounded or emotionally-traumatised servicemen and women, will be the first of its kind to be built in Britain.
Artist’s impressions reveal how the facility will look when it is built near Ebchester, County Durham, on a 55-acre plot of land just over the border in Northumberland.





77. Dunston Rocket/Derwent Tower Demolition & Ravensworth Road Est Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | U/C

Planning Application:
DC/10/00407/DPA | DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL : Demolition of dwellings at 1-4, 46-53 (inclusive) Cleveland Mews, 1-52 (inclusive) Tower Court, 1-196 (inclusive) Derwent Tower, 1-20, 21-66 (inclusive) Cheviot Green. | 1-4, 46-53 (inclusive) Cleveland Mews, 1-52 (inclusive) Tower Court, 1-196 (inclusive) Derwent Tower, 1-20, 21-66 (inclusive) Cheviot Green Gateshead

Gateshead Council’s Cabinet have backed plans to redevelop the Ravensworth Road area of Dunston, Gateshead and demolish Derwent Tower - the so-called Dunston Rocket.
Councillors agreed to adopt the Council’s comprehensive Ravensworth Road Study as the basis of a redevelopment framework for the area at their Cabinet meeting yesterday (13 January).
Their decision will mean the demolition of the 29-storey Owen Luder-designed Derwent Tower and 116 adjacent maisonettes, followed by new residential development , new shopping facilities, improved health facilities and a range of environmental improvements.


The Vision:



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78. Pearl Assurance House Refurbishment | Newcastle | 8fl | Completed
2011/1764/01/DET | Internal and external alterations including refurbishment of floors 2 to 8 and lobby area, external glazed doors, window replacement, new entrance canopy, formation of atria at second floor and overcladding of parapet above 8th floor | Pearl Assurance House 7 New Bridge Street West Newcastle upon Tyne

http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LV2NDSBSAP000

2011/1765/01/ADV | Display of back lit polycarbonate panel over 8th floor parapet with individual letter signs to tower and illuminated canopy | Pearl Assurance House 7 New Bridge Street West Newcastle upon Tyne

http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LV2NDVBSAP000


Courtesy of inmh88

The completed view:

Credit Ken O'Heed



79. Bank of England | Newcastle | 4fl | Demolition

Planning Application - 2012/0069/01/NOD | Notification of Demolition: Demolition of Former Bank Of England, 111 Pilgrim Street and Bank House, Carliol Square | Former Bank Of England, 111 Pilgrim Street And Bank House, Carliol Square @ http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LXZRMKBS0DL00

Reference 2012/0069/01/NOD
Alternative Reference PP-01711113
Application Received Tue 17 Jan 2012
Address Former Bank Of England, 111 Pilgrim Street And Bank House, Carliol Square
Proposal Notification of Demolition: Demolition of Former Bank Of England, 111 Pilgrim Street and Bank House, Carliol Square


Credit Steve Ellwood


Credit Ken O'Heed



80. Felling Town Centre Re-development | Gateshead | Various | Approved

DC/12/00080/FUL | Redevelopment of Felling District Shopping Centre comprising demolition of existing buildings and erection of new supermarket, new retail units, car parking and associated works. | Felling District Shopping Centre Crowhall Lane Felling
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=LY3V8MHK3Y000

Reference DC/12/00080/FUL
Alternative Reference PP-01785630
Application Received Fri 20 Jan 2012
Address Felling District Shopping Centre Crowhall Lane Felling
Proposal Redevelopment of Felling District Shopping Centre comprising demolition of existing buildings and erection of new supermarket, new retail units, car parking and associated works.


Credit deathoftomorrow


Credit NCJMedia Ltd



81. Cruddas Park / Riverside Dene - Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C

2011/0424/01/NOD | Notification of Demolition: Demolition of 5 blocks of multi storey flats at Cruddas Park including removing garage blocks, retaining walls, access paths and fencing. Regrading of land to falls, topsoil and seed on completion. | 1-90 The Willows, 91-180 The Beeches, Clumber Street, 1-90 The Poplars, De Grey Street And 1-72 Kings Meadow And 73-144 Haughton Court, Brunel Terrace

Reference 2011/0424/01/NOD
Alternative Reference PP-01369911
Application Received Tue 08 Feb 2011
Address 1-90 The Willows, 91-180 The Beeches, Clumber Street, 1-90 The Poplars, De Grey Street And 1-72 Kings Meadow And 73-144 Haughton Court, Brunel Terrace
Proposal Notification of Demolition: Demolition of 5 blocks of multi storey flats at Cruddas Park including removing garage blocks, retaining walls, access paths and fencing. Regrading of land to falls, topsoil and seed on completion.

http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LGB0E5BSAP000


Credit Ken O'Heed


Credit Ken O'Heed



82. Scotswood - New Housing Development | Newcastle | Various | U/C

2007/1300/15/RES | Reserved Matters Application for access, appearance, landscaping, layout, and scale as stated in condition 1 as relates to development phase 1 build for 377 dwelllings and associated open space enhancement and highway works to land west of Hodgkin Park and south of Armstrong Road, north of Whitehouse Road and taking in those redundant residential roads of Woodland Crescent, Forest Road, Delaval Road and Cranbrook Road in relation to planning permission 2007/1300/01/OUT dated 21 September 2007:Outline Application: Erection of new urban neighbourhood comprising up to 1800 new homes (Class C3), local shopping centre (Classes A1, A2, A3, A4 and A5) of up to 2,230 square metres, including a single convenience store (Class A1) of up to 1,000 square metres, business premises (Class B1) of up to 3,000 square metres, a primary school (Class C2), community buildings (Class D1) of up to 900 square metres, all with associated alterations to highways and provision of new public open spaces. | Land Bounded By Hadrians Way To The South, Haig Crescent To The North, Shafto Street And Denton Road To The West, And Hodgkin Park To The East, Scotswood Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2007/1300/15/RES
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 22 Sep 2011
Address Land Bounded By Hadrians Way To The South, Haig Crescent To The North, Shafto Street And Denton Road To The West, And Hodgkin Park To The East, Scotswood Newcastle upon Tyne

http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LRYWC6BS00A00


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Credit Ken O'Heed





83. Newcastle General Hospital Redevelopment, including Tesco | Newcastle | Various | U/C

2010/0875/01/OUT | Outline Planning Application for mixed use development comprising: Medical research and development campus (uses Classes B1(b) and D1) and specialist elderly care facility (Class C2) associated medical retail unit (Class A1) and offices (Class B1(a) with associated multi storey car park and energy centre; community health care centre (Class D1) and Retail Superstore (Class A1); all with associated car parking, landscaping, alterations to site accesses, internal site access roads and north/south and east/west pedestrian/cycle routes across the site as amended by plans received 10/11/2010 | Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust Newcastle General Hospital Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 6BE

Reference 2010/0875/01/OUT
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 30 Jun 2010
Address Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust Newcastle General Hospital Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 6BE

http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=L4TVBLBS09700


Credit Newcastle Historian


Credit johnnypd



84. Monument Mall Refurbishment | Newcastle | 4fl | Completed

Reference 2011/1506/01/DET
Alternative Reference gPP-01595611
Application Received Fri 07 Oct 2011
Address Monument Mall Northumberland Street Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Change of use of part of ground floor from retail (Class A1) to retail/restaurant (Class A1/A3), change of use of mall area and infilling of voids and atria to form additional floorspace (Class A1/A3), change of use of plant/back of house area to retail/restaurant (Class A1/A3) with ancillary storage, sprinkler and tank room and open air plant. Change of use of part of public highway on Blackett Street to pavement cafe (Class A3). Alterations to Blackett Street, Northumberland Street and Brunswick Place elevations including creation of shop fronts and juliette balconies to Blackett Street and Northumberland Court at first floor level as amended by plans received 16/11/2011.
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LSOX56BSAP000


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85. MetroOasis at the MetroCentre | Gateshead | 2fl | U/C

EUROPE'S largest shopping centre looks set to get even bigger.

Proposals are being unveiled for a £5m development at the Metrocentre which could create over 230 jobs. MetrOasis will be a' meeting and eating' pedestrian link between the shopping complex and Metro Retail Park.

Capital Shopping Centres (CSC), which owns both Metrocentre and Metro Retail Park, want to transform the old Esso petrol station site with a range of food and drink outlets to tempt its 23 million annual visitors and 7,000 staff.

The proposal is for a landscaped boulevard with contemporary architecture and alfreso seating with restaurant operator, Harvester, likely to be involved.

Reference DC/11/01446/NMA
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 21 Dec 2011
Address Former Filling Station Hollinside Road Metro Centre
Proposal Proposed non-material amendment to application DC/11/00236/FUL to allow alterations to glazing arrangement at main entrance and on north east corner of Unit 1, alterations to entrance including introduction of portico feature, alterations to drive through booth and new service access on rear.
Status Granted

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=LWLMLEHK05200


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86. Newcastle 6th Form College | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed

COLLEGE chiefs last night unveiled plans to build an innovative Sixth Form centre on Tyneside that will provide a state-of-the-art centre for learning.

Newcastle College will extend their current Rye Hill campus to house a new centre inside a new 11,000 square metre building.


Credit : Ken O'Head


Credit : Ken O'Head


87. Freeman Hospital Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C


Credit : Newcastle Historian

WORK on a new cancer centre has started after the turf was cut for the building of Maggie’s North East. Maggie’s patron, Sarah Brown, wife of former prime minister Gordon Brown, officially marked the beginning of construction of the site in the grounds of Newcastle’s Freeman Hospital. - February 2012.




88. Whitehouse Enterprise Centre Redevelopment | Newcastle | 3fl | Demolition


Reference 2011/1132/01/NOD
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Mon 25 Jul 2011
Address Whitehouse Enterprise Centre Whitehouse Road Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Notification of Demolition: Demolition of enterprise centre as supplemented by email and plans receievd 14.11.2011
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LOVVFHBS0DL00

Proposal:



Credit: Newcastle Historian


89. Go North East Bus Depot | Gateshead | 2fl | Completed

Reference DC/11/01368/FUL
Alternative Reference PP-01710414
Application Received Thu 01 Dec 2011
Address Land At Mandela Way/Handy Drive Whickham Gateshead Tyne And Wear
Proposal Erection of bus depot with ancillary facilities including sub-station, parking, DSA testing area, highway access and site preparation works with hard and soft landscaping (amended 12.12.11, 8.02.12, 9.02.12, 16.02.12,16.03.12 and 3.5.12).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=LVHF8BHK3Y000


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90. Chandless Estate | Gateshead | Various | Demolition

Reference DC/12/00820/DEM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Mon 23 Jul 2012
Address Hilda House St Bedes Drive Gateshead NE8 1SA
Proposal DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: Demolition of Hilda House.
Status Prior approval required and approved
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=M7LZDYHK08J00


Copyright : Ken O'Head


Copyright : Ken O'Head



91. The "Old Newcastle" Project | Newcastle | Urban Renewal

Reference 2012/0841/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-02035502
Application Received Tue 19 Jun 2012
Address The Black Gate Castle Garth Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1RQ
Proposal Access improvements in the form of raised access bridges and walkway and external oak clad lift shaft with glazed viewing window at top and alterations to elevations as supplemented and amended by letter received 01 August 2012.
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=M5V2NYBSAP000

Reference 2012/0840/01/LBC
Alternative Reference PP-02035502
Application Received Tue 19 Jun 2012
Address The Black Gate Castle Garth Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1RQ
Proposal Listed Building Application: Internal and external alterations to fit out as heritage centre including, formation of raised access bridges and walkway, oak clad llift, installation of wcs, new heating, lighting,re-wiring and alterations to internal features and external elevations as supplemented and amended by letter received 01 August 2012.
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=M5V2O4BSAP000

From the Old Newcastle Project web site @ http://www.oldnewcastle.org.uk/

Old Newcastle Project

This exciting project focuses on Newcastle’s social, cultural and creative heritage using the ancient Black Gate as a new portal to the City’s rich history, culture and character.

Heritage Lottery Funding has been secured to create an accessible, heritage-led education and interpretation centre in the vacant and closed Black Gate, transforming its current lifeless and substantially ignored presence into a hub of heritage activity that will be open and available to the entire community and visitors from near and far. The Black Gate will combine with medieval neighbours, the Castle Keep and St. Nicholas Cathedral to provide an outstanding and dynamic heritage asset that will tell the story of the remarkable history of the City and the ingenuity of countless generations of its inhabitants.





92. Newburn Major Floods Damage | Newcastle | Various | Demolition



Credit : Adrian Swall


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Credit : Adrian Swall


93. La Sagesse/Jesmond Towers, Housing Development | Newcastle | Various | Approved


2011/1799/01/DET | Residential development in Class C3 use to provide a total of 60 residential dwellings, all with associated access, garages, car parking, boundary treatment and landscaping, including removal and works to protected trees, comprising of: Erection of 8 x 2-3 storey new dwellings (5 and 6 bedrooms) (Plots 1-8); Conversion of West Lodge to 1 x dwelling (2 bedrooms) (Plot 9); Erection of new 5 storey building to provide 8 x apartments (2 and 3 bedrooms) (Plots 10-17); Erection of 2 x 2 storey new dwellings (2 and 3 bedrooms) (Plots 18-19); Conversion of North Jesmond House to 5 x apartments (1-3 bedrooms) (Plots 20-24); Conversion and extension of former laundry to 1 x dwelling (3 bedrooms) (Plot 25); Erection of new 5 storey building to provide 16 x apartments (2 bedrooms) (Plots 26-41); Erection of 8 x 2-4 storey dwellings (4 and 5 bedrooms) and conversion of garden store to garages on former stable yard/kitchen garden (Plots 42-49); Erection of new single storey dwelling (2 bedrooms) (South Lodge); and Conversion of Jesmond Towers to 10 x apartments (1-2 bedrooms) with associated internal and external alterations. | Site Of Jesmond Towers Jesmond Dene Road Newcastle upon Tyne
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LSKWQKBSAP000

2011/1801/01/CAC | Conservation Area Consent: Demolition of upper section of sports hall, classrooms, canteen, convent, chapel, gymnasium and music room, former farmhouse, science laboratories, laboratory and arts building, kindergarten and temporary classrooms | Site Of Jesmond Towers Jesmond Dene Road Newcastle upon Tyne
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...pe=Application


Credit Newcastle Journal


94. South Shields 365 Town Centre Masterplan | South Shields | Various | Pre-planning



Artists impression of the proposed revamped area of South Shields - Courtesy of The Journal Live, NCJMedia Ltd

Link to plans - http://www.southtyneside.info/CHttpH...x?id=16457&p=0

A £100million masterplan to make South Shields an exciting destination every day of the year was unveiled to an audience of business representatives today.

The ambitious plan - titled "South Shields 365" - sets out a bold vision for a radical town centre redevelopment including a new cinema, library and retail and leisure facilities.

South Tyneside Council has drawn up the plan in a determined bid to make South Shields the North East's premier coastal resort.

It was launched at One Trinity Green by Council Leader, Iain Malcolm and Chief Executive, Martin Swales in front of 100 delegates from South Tyneside businesses.

Councillor Malcolm said: "South Shields has tremendous potential and this masterplan is about making sure that it is realised. We are ambitious for South Shields and we have to play to its strengths.



95. HOSPITALS (Apart from the RVI, Freeman & Newcastle General) - Issues & Developments


Please note that these Hospitals have their own individual threads:

Emergency Care Hospital | Cramlington

Freeman Hospital Ongoing Redevelopment | Newcastle

Newcastle General Hospital Ongoing Redevelopment (including new Tesco) | Newcastle

Royal Victoria Infirmary Ongoing Redevelopment | Newcastle



96. Blaydon District Centre Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | Completed

DC/11/00953/FUL Granted

Site Of Existing Blaydon Shopping Centre, Car Park, Medical Centre, Day Centre, Youth Club And Former Petrol Filling Station, Blaydon On Tyne,

The redevelopment of Blaydon District Centre.

Works to comprise of:

Demolitions - of the Geordie Ridley Public House and Units 17, 18 and 19, ramp access and partial demolition of Unit 36, Chainbridge Medical Centre, Blaydon Day Centre and Blaydon Youth Club buildings, and former petrol filling station.

New buildings and extensions-

the erection of a new supermarket (Use Class A1) (6424 sq m with ancillary mezzanine and first floor space (465sq
and new retail shop unit (formerly units 18 and 19) ( (Use Class A1),
rear extensions to existing shop units (35, 25-26,16, 9-11, and 5-8),
replacement building for Chainbridge Medical Centre (Use Class D1),
replacement building for Blaydon Day Centre (Use Class D1),
and replacement petrol filling station (Sui Generis).

Other works –
the refurbishment of the existing mall, comprising of new canopies, new pilaster finishes, new street furniture (incorporating artwork) and lighting.
The creation of a new public square and pocket park with artwork feature, and associated landscaping at upper deck level.
The provision of new car parking within an enlarged reconfigured ground level car park with associated lighting and landscaping.
The provision of a new upper deck car park (on roof over the supermarket and new retail unit). A new stair and lift access between the upper and ground levels.
The reconfiguration of existing road junctions to form separate car park access and service road access from Shibdon Road with associated lighting and landscaping.
The formation of a new signalised access from Chainbridge Road Link Road (to the north of the site).
The provision of new and upgraded pedestrian links (amended 06/10/11, 07/10/11, 28/10/11, 01/11/11, 10/11/11, 11/11/11 and 16/11/11).

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=LQ6J00HK3Y000


Screen print from Google Earth


Credit Ken O'Heed


97. Birtley Morrisons Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | U/C

Reference DC/12/00980/FUL
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 05 Sep 2012
Address Durham Road (Site Including And To The Rear Of Former Somerfield Supermarket) Birtley DH3 1DB
Proposal Redevelopment of the site of the vacant Somerfield supermarket, the northern part of the public car park and Council depot; comprising demolition of existing buildings, erection of a new supermarket (Class A1 use) with undercroft and surface parking (291 spaces), cycle and motorcycle parking, servicing facilities, pedestrian bridge link to Durham Road over sailing a vehicular access and servicing facilities for premises fronting Durham Road and three new commercial units onto Durham Road (A1/A2/A3 use) all with associated hard and soft landscaping (amended 21/11/12, 30/11/12 and 12/12/12).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=M9VJRWHK09O00


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Photograph copyright of Ken O'Heed



98. Central Station Redevelopment | Newcastle | Various | U/C


Reference 2013/0383/01/LBC
Alternative Reference PP-02521112
Application Received Mon 18 Mar 2013
Address Newcastle Central Station Neville Street Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Listed Building Application: Alterations to the existing porte-cochere to pedestrian use consisting of glazing in existing arched openings, new stone flooring, flush soffits, installation of freestanding retail units and self service ticket machines including new service connections and lighting. Demolition of the existing ticket office on the concourse and construction of a new fully glazed building accommodating retail units. Relocation and realignment of ticket barriers and removal of free standing retail units. Refurbishment and alteration to part of the existing station building at the west end for the travel centre and public ticketing, public toilets, back of house staff accommodation and retail units including creation of new openings. Alterations and refurbishment of first floor accommodation for staff training on platforms 3 / 4.
Status Pending Consideration
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...pe=Application


Image copyright East Coast Media Centre


Image copyright East Coast Media Centre


99. Federation Brewery (History, Closure and Demolition)| Gateshead | Demolition


DC/12/01308/DEM

Reference DC/12/01308/DEM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 29 Nov 2012
Address Federation Brewery Lancaster Road Gateshead NE11 9JR
Proposal DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: demolition of Former Newcastle Federation Brewery.
Status Prior approval required and approved
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=MEI33SHK09O00


Copyright Newcastle Journal - NCJMedia Ltd


Copyright Ken O'Head



100. Littlehaven Beach Area Transformation | South Shields | Various | Completed

Application Number ST/1028/12/LAA
Site Address Littlehaven Sea Wall Harbour Drive South Shields
Application Type Local Authority Deemed Own Development Reg 3
Development Type Not relevant/other
Proposal Proposed realignment and reconstruction of Littlehaven Sea Wall and associated works including construction of new promenade, new car park and landscaping.
Current Status FINAL DECISION
Applicant South Tyneside Council
Agent Royal Haskoning
Wards Beacon and Bents
http://poppy.southtyneside.gov.uk/No...064228c69a.xml




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101. Pitt Street Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | U/C


Reference 2013/0523/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-02576039
Application Received Thu 11 Apr 2013
Address Former Henry Hirst (Provisions) Ltd 18 Pitt Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 5SU
Proposal Demolition of existing building and erection of 4/5 storey building accommodating 9 student cluster apartments (56 beds) (Use Classes C4 and Sui Generis) with internal cycle parking, laundry and refuse storage and associated hard landscaping
Status Pending Consideration
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=ML32EKBSAP000


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Reference 2013/0469/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-02575231
Application Received Wed 10 Apr 2013
Address The Greyhound 70 Pitt Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 5ST
Proposal Change of use of Greyhound public house to student accommodation (Class C3) accommodating 14 studios and external alterations including the erection of dormer windows to south and east elevations as amended by plans received 14 May 2013 and supplemented by e mails received 14 and 15 May 2013
Status Pending Consideration
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=ML1LPNBSAP000


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Reference 2012/0224/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-01782424
Application Received Tue 24 Jan 2012
Address Former Magpies Club Pitt Street Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Erection of 10 storey building accommodating 214 studio apartments for students and hard and soft landscaping as amended by plans received 3, 4 and 17 April 2012
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LYAXG7BSAP000


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Reference 2012/1062/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Tue 17 Jul 2012
Address 6 And 8 Spring Street And 60 And 62 Pitt Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 5TB
Proposal Conversion of flats, garages and workshops to create 10 self contained student accommodation (1 x studio, 5 x 2 bed pods, 2 x 4 bed pods, 1x 6 bed pod and 1 x 11 bed pod) Use Class C3, C4 and Sui Generis and erection of 2 storey extension, alterations to elevations including installation of rooflights and provision of refuse store and cycle parking to rear
Status Pending Decision
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=M7AWU9BS0DL00




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102. Park Terrace and Kensington Terrace Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | Completed


2011/0457/01/DET | Demolition of 1-7 Park Terrace and erection of new 5 storey student accommodation building (199 bed), conversion of 1-10 Kensington Terrace from university accommodation to student accommodation (103 bed) and erection of 4 storey student accommodation building (44 bed) to the rear of 1-10 Kensington Terrace, improvement work to Drummond Square and associated hard and soft landscaping and infrastructure works as amended by plans received 15/7/11 | 1 - 7 Park Terrace, 1 - 10 Kensington Terrace And Land To Rear Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2011/0457/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-01394901
Application Received Thu 24 Mar 2011
Address 1 - 7 Park Terrace, 1 - 10 Kensington Terrace And Land To Rear Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Demolition of 1-7 Park Terrace and erection of new 5 storey student accommodation building (199 bed), conversion of 1-10 Kensington Terrace from university accommodation to student accommodation (103 bed) and erection of 4 storey student accommodation building (44 bed) to the rear of 1-10 Kensington Terrace, improvement work to Drummond Square and associated hard and soft landscaping and infrastructure works as amended by plans received 15/7/11
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LIJVHQBSAP000


Image courtesy of www.steve-ellwood.org.uk


Image courtesy of Ken O'Heed


Image courtesy of Ken O'Heed



103. Barker House (ex-Shieldfield Club) Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 4fl | U/C


Reference 2011/0305/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 17 Feb 2011
Address Shieldfield Social Club Shield Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1XR
Proposal Erection of 4-storey building to provide student accommodation (21 pods/105 beds)(Class C4), provision of bar (A4), retail (A1) at ground floor and associated car parking, landscaping, refuse storage, cycle parking and boundary wall as amended by plans received 15/04/2011
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=LGT3VEBS09700


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Reference 2012/1641/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Mon 24 Dec 2012
Address Barker House Shield Street Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Change of use of ground floor retail (Class A1), bar (Class A4) and infill the existing covered car parking to student accommodation 7 flats (32 beds) (Class C4), erection of single storey extension to east elevation, alterations to south entrance lobby, amendment to refuse storage, car parking, landscape, cycle parking and boundary walls
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=MFQFCZBS05100


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104. Former Stephen Easten Foundry Lane | 5 fl| Completed

2010/0351/01/DET | Erection of 42 flats in 1 x 3 storey block and 1 x 5 storey block with roof garden and associated access, road, footpaths, car and cycle parking, landscaping and boundary treatment | The Farm (Former Stephen Easten) Foundry Lane Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 1LH

Reference 2010/0351/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 11 Mar 2010
Address Former Stephen Easten Foundry Lane Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 1LH
Proposal Erection of 42 flats in 1 x 3 storey block and 1 x 5 storey block with roof garden and associated access, road, footpaths, car and cycle parking, landscaping and boundary treatment
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=KZ5QUZBS08B00




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Copyright Steve Ellwood

105. The Malings (Ex Ice Factory & Heaney Works) | Newcastle | Various | Preparation

2012/1277/01/DET | Erection of 76 residential dwellings and 3 commercial units to riverside frontage, associated hard and soft landscaping, car and cycle parking and highway infrastructure improvements as amended by plans received 19/12/12 | Former Ice Factory And Heaney Works Land At East Bank, Ouseburn Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2012/1277/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-02189953
Application Received Tue 02 Oct 2012
Address Former Ice Factory And Heaney Works Land At East Bank, Ouseburn Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Erection of 76 residential dwellings and 3 commercial units to riverside frontage, associated hard and soft landscaping, car and cycle parking and highway infrastructure improvements as amended by plans received 19/12/12
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=MB94SRBSAP000


Image from TownPlanningNE


Image from Ken O'Heed


106. Glassworks (Coquet Street) Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 5 x 5fl | Preparation

2013/0230/01/DET | Demolition of existing industrial buildings and erection of 5 no 5 storey blocks of student accommodation comprising in total 271 student bed spaces (185 x 1 bed studios (class C3), 20 x 4 bed clusters and 1 x 6 bed cluster (class C4)) with associated landscaping, bin stores and cycle parking as amended by plans received 3 and 11 April 2013 and 21 May 2013 | Land At Coquet Street Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2013/0230/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-02461360
Application Received Fri 15 Feb 2013
Address Land At Coquet Street Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Demolition of existing industrial buildings and erection of 5 no 5 storey blocks of student accommodation comprising in total 271 student bed spaces (185 x 1 bed studios (class C3), 20 x 4 bed clusters and 1 x 6 bed cluster (class C4)) with associated landscaping, bin stores and cycle parking as amended by plans received 3 and 11 April 2013 and 21 May 2013
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=MI9TZABSAP000


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107. Audi Car Showroom, Scotswood Road (ex Mary Trevelyan School) | Newcastle | 2fl | Completed

2013/0136/01/DET | Erection of 2 storey car showroom (Sui Generis) with ancillary accommodation, erection of single storey valeting bay and 2 storey used car pod, provision of 242 parking spaces for vehicle display, staff/customer parking and workshop parking, bin store and cycle parking shelter, entrance bollards, erection of 2.4m high paladin fence to north, west and part east boundary, erection of 0.45m high knee rail to part east elevation and hard and soft landscaping | Site Of Former Mary Trevelyan School, Scotswood Road Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2013/0136/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-02114166
Application Received Tue 22 Jan 2013
Address Site Of Former Mary Trevelyan School, Scotswood Road Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Erection of 2 storey car showroom (Sui Generis) with ancillary accommodation, erection of single storey valeting bay and 2 storey used car pod, provision of 242 parking spaces for vehicle display, staff/customer parking and workshop parking, bin store and cycle parking shelter, entrance bollards, erection of 2.4m high paladin fence to north, west and part east boundary, erection of 0.45m high knee rail to part east elevation and hard and soft landscaping
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=MH12XABSAP000


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108. Hebburn Central (The 'Hebburn Hub' in the Town Centre) | Hebburn | Various | Completed

Proposed construction of new Community Hub to include a 25m six lane swimming pool, with learner pool, 4 court sports hall, fitness suite, associated changing facilities, South Tyneside Customer Service facilities, cafe and library. New car park, alterations to existing town centre car park, boundary treatments, landscaping, widening of existing access from Glen Street, new delivery route for service vehicles for adjacent commercial premises, and demolition of existing toilet block.


Application Number ST/0341/13/LAA
Site Address Site South of Glen Street East of Rose Street and West of Station Road Hebburn
Application Type Local Authority Deemed Own Development Reg 3
Development Type Sport & Recreation
Proposal Proposed construction of new Community Hub to include a 25m six lane swimming pool, with learner pool, 4 court sports hall, fitness suite, associated changing facilities, South Tyneside Customer Service facilities, cafe and library. New car park, alterations to existing town centre car park, boundary treatments, landscaping, widening of existing access from Glen Street, new delivery route for service vehicles for adjacent commercial premises, and demolition of existing toilet block.
Current Status FINAL DECISION
Applicant South Tyneside Council
Agent FaulknerBrowns Architects
Wards Hebburn North
Location Co ordinates Easting 430749 Northing 564475
Case Officer / TelChristina Snowdon 0191 4247412
http://poppy.southtyneside.gov.uk/No...DAURI=PLANNING


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109. Saltwell and Bensham Housing Regeneration | Gateshead | Proposed


DC/13/00424/OUT | Retrospective demolition of 115 dwellings, 3 retail units, and 14 garages with temporary site restoration in Phase 1 (known as Saltwell Road West) and proposed phased demolition of a further 291 dwellings and 4 commercial premises with temporary site restoration across Phases 2 (known as Kelvin Grove) and 3 (known as Hyde Park); with a hybrid application for redevelopment of all three phases for housing, with associated car parking and landscaping, consisting of 103 dwelling houses in Phase 1 (Saltwell Road West) and outline consent (with all matters reserved) for residential development across Phases 2 (Kelvin Grove) and 3 (Hyde Park), additional information received 12.06.13, 17.06.13 and 24.07.13 and amended plans received 18.07.13 and 23.07.13. | Saltwell And Bensham (Phases 1, 2 And 3) Gateshead

Reference DC/13/00424/OUT
Alternative Reference PP-02560643
Application Received Wed 10 Apr 2013
Address Saltwell And Bensham (Phases 1, 2 And 3) Gateshead
Proposal Retrospective demolition of 115 dwellings, 3 retail units, and 14 garages with temporary site restoration in Phase 1 (known as Saltwell Road West) and proposed phased demolition of a further 291 dwellings and 4 commercial premises with temporary site restoration across Phases 2 (known as Kelvin Grove) and 3 (known as Hyde Park); with a hybrid application for redevelopment of all three phases for housing, with associated car parking and landscaping, consisting of 103 dwelling houses in Phase 1 (Saltwell Road West) and outline consent (with all matters reserved) for residential development across Phases 2 (Kelvin Grove) and 3 (Hyde Park), additional information received 12.06.13, 17.06.13 and 24.07.13 and amended plans received 18.07.13 and 23.07.13.
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=ML13JMHK3Y000


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110. Ochre Yards Housing Development (former Greenesfield Railway Depot) | Gateshead | Various | U/C

DC/11/00378/OUT | Development of 2.22ha of land - hybrid application comprising full permission for erection of 2-storey office building (use class B1) and 2 single-storey storage buildings (use class B8) with associated car parking and outline permission for 6-storey hotel (use class C1), 2-storey office building (use class B1), bar/bistro/restaurant building (use class A3/A4) with associated car parking, public piazza and access to site (amended 26/05/11 and 26/05/11and additional info VNG images received 21/06/11). | Land Between Ochre Yards And Askew Road Gateshead

Reference DC/11/00378/OUT
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 14 Apr 2011
Address Land Between Ochre Yards And Askew Road Gateshead
Proposal Development of 2.22ha of land - hybrid application comprising full permission for erection of 2-storey office building (use class B1) and 2 single-storey storage buildings (use class B8) with associated car parking and outline permission for 6-storey hotel (use class C1), 2-storey office building (use class B1), bar/bistro/restaurant building (use class A3/A4) with associated car parking, public piazza and access to site (amended 26/05/11 and 26/05/11and additional info VNG images received 21/06/11).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=LJU59UHK07L00


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111. Staiths South Bank Housing Development | Gateshead | Various


DC/03/01423/REM | Phase 2 residential development comprising 29 no 2 and 3 storey dwellings and 71 apartments (use class C3) (amended 3/11/03, 16/12/03 & 18/12/03). | Staiths South Bank, (PH 2) Team Street Dunston Gateshead

Reference DC/03/01423/REM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Thu 11 Sep 2003
Address Staiths South Bank, (PH 2) Team Street Dunston Gateshead
Proposal Phase 2 residential development comprising 29 no 2 and 3 storey dwellings and 71 apartments (use class C3) (amended 3/11/03, 16/12/03 & 18/12/03).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=HL26NTHKI0000

DC/03/01843/REM | Phase 3(a) residential development comprising of erection of 44 x 2 storey dwellinghouses, 44 x 2 and 3 storey flats (use class C3). | Staiths South Bank, (PH 3A) Team Street Dunston Gateshead
Reference DC/03/01843/REM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Mon 08 Dec 2003
Address Staiths South Bank, (PH 3A) Team Street Dunston Gateshead
Proposal Phase 3(a) residential development comprising of erection of 44 x 2 storey dwellinghouses, 44 x 2 and 3 storey flats (use class C3).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=HPMZJ3HKI0000

DC/05/00842/REM | Phase 3B: Erection of 124 apartments in two blocks (approval of reserved matters pursuant to outline permission 1346/01) (amended 15/7/05) | George Wimpey City Staiths South Bank (Phase 3B) Tyne Park Team Street Dunston Gateshead
Reference DC/05/00842/REM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Fri 20 May 2005
Address George Wimpey City Staiths South Bank (Phase 3B) Tyne Park Team Street Dunston Gateshead
Proposal Phase 3B: Erection of 124 apartments in two blocks (approval of reserved matters pursuant to outline permission 1346/01) (amended 15/7/05)
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=IGXQ2MHKM0000

DC/05/01956/REM | Erection of 141 dwellinghouses and 85 flats (use class C3) (resubmission). | Phase 4 And 5 Staiths South Bank, Tyne Park Team Street Dunston

Reference DC/05/01956/REM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Fri 02 Dec 2005
Address Phase 4 And 5 Staiths South Bank, Tyne Park Team Street Dunston
Proposal Erection of 141 dwellinghouses and 85 flats (use class C3) (resubmission).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=IQVD81HKM0000

DC/05/01955/FUL | Phase 6 residential development comprising of erection of 65 x dwellings and 2 x retail units (resubmission). | Phase 6 Staiths South Bank, Tyne Park Team Street Dunston Gateshead
Reference DC/05/01955/FUL
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Fri 02 Dec 2005
Address Phase 6 Staiths South Bank, Tyne Park Team Street Dunston Gateshead
Proposal Phase 6 residential development comprising of erection of 65 x dwellings and 2 x retail units (resubmission).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=IQVBSAHKM0000


112. Bishops Park Housing Phase 2 (Felling) | Gateshead | Various | U/C


DC/06/00591/FUL | Erection of 165 dwellinghouses (2- and 3-storey) and 30 apartments (5 x 3-storey blocks) (use class C3) with associated highways works, car parking and amenity space. | Land North Of Sunderland Road Gateshead Tyne And Wear NE8 3QL

Reference DC/06/00591/FUL
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 19 Apr 2006
Address Land North Of Sunderland Road Gateshead Tyne And Wear NE8 3QL
Proposal Erection of 165 dwellinghouses (2- and 3-storey) and 30 apartments (5 x 3-storey blocks) (use class C3) with associated highways works, car parking and amenity space.
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=IXYZCWHKL0000


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113. Central Freight Depot Site (Housing Regeneration) | Gateshead | Various | Preparation


DC/13/00667/FUL | Freight depot remediation Phase 1 works comprising breakout of existing reinforced concrete bases and building foundations, onsite crushing of materials and stockpiling of crushed materials onsite for future reuse; breakout of existing areas of asphalt hard standing and removal from site; excavation and onsite remediation of any exposed hydrocarbon contaminated soils, with removal from site of any contaminated material not remediated and remedial works to existing on site drainage manholes. | Former Freight Depot St James Road Gateshead NE8 3EQ
Reference DC/13/00667/FUL
Alternative Reference PP-02656457
Application Received Wed 05 Jun 2013
Address Former Freight Depot St James Road Gateshead NE8 3EQ
Proposal Freight depot remediation Phase 1 works comprising breakout of existing reinforced concrete bases and building foundations, onsite crushing of materials and stockpiling of crushed materials onsite for future reuse; breakout of existing areas of asphalt hard standing and removal from site; excavation and onsite remediation of any exposed hydrocarbon contaminated soils, with removal from site of any contaminated material not remediated and remedial works to existing on site drainage manholes.
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=MNVHOEHK3Y000


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114. Carlisle Street Social Housing (Felling) | Gateshead | Various | Completed


DC/11/00058/FUL | Erection of 14 x 2- and 3-storey terraced and semi-detached dwellinghouses and 11 apartments in 1 x 2-3 storey block (use class C3) with provision of new access, open space and landscaping and change of use of existing highway to residential development (additional info received 17/02/11). | Land At Carlisle Street Felling NE10 0HQ

Reference DC/11/00058/FUL
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Fri 14 Jan 2011
Address Land At Carlisle Street Felling NE10 0HQ
Proposal Erection of 14 x 2- and 3-storey terraced and semi-detached dwellinghouses and 11 apartments in 1 x 2-3 storey block (use class C3) with provision of new access, open space and landscaping and change of use of existing highway to residential development (additional info received 17/02/11).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=LF5WZIHK06A00

DC/11/00071/FUL | Erection of 4 x 2 bedroomed elderly apartments (use class C3) within one 2-storey block including access, car parking, open space and landscaping (amended 09/02/11 and additional info received 11/02/11 and 17/02/11). | Site Of 18-24 Carlisle Street Felling NE10 0HQ
Reference DC/11/00071/FUL
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Fri 21 Jan 2011
Address Site Of 18-24 Carlisle Street Felling NE10 0HQ
Proposal Erection of 4 x 2 bedroomed elderly apartments (use class C3) within one 2-storey block including access, car parking, open space and landscaping (amended 09/02/11 and additional info received 11/02/11 and 17/02/11).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=LFISF0HK06A00


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115. The Ropery (Derwentwater Road, Teams | Gateshead | Various | Completed


DC/12/00106/FUL | Erection of 3 x two-storey buildings to provide residential care facility (20-beds), day care centre and supported living accommodation (10 units) with associated car parking and services (amended 08/03/12, 12/03/12, 15/03/12, 16/03/12, 22/03/2012, 26/03/12, 30/03/12, 13/04/12 and 17/04/12). | Derwentwater Road Gateshead
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=LYEZ81HK3Y000


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116. Clasper Village Housing Regeneration Scheme | Gateshead | Various | Demolition


DC/13/00281/DEM | DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: demolition of dwellings. | Palmerston Walk (9-16, 33-40, 41-48, 49-56) Wilberforce Walk (65-72) Tyne Road East Gateshead NE8 2LU

Reference DC/13/00281/DEM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 06 Mar 2013
Address Palmerston Walk (9-16, 33-40, 41-48, 49-56) Wilberforce Walk (65-72) Tyne Road East Gateshead NE8 2LU
Proposal DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: demolition of dwellings.
Status Prior approval required and approved
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=MJ8PE3HK09O00



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117. Askew Park New Private Housing (Birtley) | Gateshead | Various | Completed


DC/10/00832/FUL | Erection of 49 detached, 18 semi-detached and 3 terraced dwellinghouses (use class C3) with associated parking, toddler play space, electricity substation, access and works (amended 14/10/10, 17/11/10, 25/11/10, 23/03/11 and 04/04/11 and additional info received 15/04/11). | Land East Of Longshank Lane Birtley


Reference DC/10/00832/FUL
Alternative Reference PP-01177314
Application Received Mon 16 Aug 2010
Address Land East Of Longshank Lane Birtley
Proposal Erection of 49 detached, 18 semi-detached and 3 terraced dwellinghouses (use class C3) with associated parking, toddler play space, electricity substation, access and works (amended 14/10/10, 17/11/10, 25/11/10, 23/03/11 and 04/04/11 and additional info received 15/04/11).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=L73C3LHK3Y000


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118. Brandling Area Housing Regeneration (Felling) | Gateshead | Various | Demolition

DC/07/01383/DEM | DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: Demolition of dwellinghouses and garages. | 1- 18 Brandling Court, 42 Garages Off Brandling Place, 1-6, 7-14, 23-32, 33-42 Carlisle Court, 15-22 Etienne Court, 1-26 Church Court, 1-16 Gordon Court, 8 Garages Off Summer Street Felling Gateshead Tyne And Wear NE10 0JN

Reference DC/07/01383/DEM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 22 Aug 2007
Address 1- 18 Brandling Court, 42 Garages Off Brandling Place, 1-6, 7-14, 23-32, 33-42 Carlisle Court, 15-22 Etienne Court, 1-26 Church Court, 1-16 Gordon Court, 8 Garages Off Summer Street Felling Gateshead Tyne And Wear NE10 0JN
Proposal DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: Demolition of dwellinghouses and garages.
Status Prior approval required and approved
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=JN6C3YHK03P00

DC/07/01386/DEM | DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: Demolition of dwellinghouses 1-6 Mulberry Street and 1-19 Field Street Felling. | 1-6 Mulberry Street And 1-19 Field Street Felling Gateshead Tyne And Wear NE10 0JB


Reference DC/07/01386/DEM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 22 Aug 2007
Address 1-6 Mulberry Street And 1-19 Field Street Felling Gateshead Tyne And Wear NE10 0JB
Proposal DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: Demolition of dwellinghouses 1-6 Mulberry Street and 1-19 Field Street Felling.
Status Prior approval required and approved
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=JN6HTRHK03P00


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119. Queen Elizabeth Hospital Ongoing Redevelopment | Gateshead | Various | U/C

DC/12/00691/DEM | DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: Demolition of the Hancock Building, Ward 17 and the IT Department building. | Queen Elizabeth Hospital Queen Elizabeth Avenue Gateshead NE9 6SX

Reference DC/12/00691/DEM
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Wed 06 Jun 2012
Address Queen Elizabeth Hospital Queen Elizabeth Avenue Gateshead NE9 6SX
Proposal DETERMINATION OF PRIOR APPROVAL: Demolition of the Hancock Building, Ward 17 and the IT Department building.
Status Prior approval required and approved
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...tion=firstPage

DC/12/00785/FUL | Erection of new Emergency Care Centre with 35 supporting short stay inpatient bedrooms, hospital central stores with delivery point, ancillary support services for building and wider hospital, new hospital arrival space with reception, cafe and retail outlets and associated parking and landscaping. | Queen Elizabeth Hospital Queen Elizabeth Avenue Gateshead NE9 6SX

Reference DC/12/00785/FUL
Alternative Reference PP-02070595
Application Received Sat 07 Jul 2012
Address Queen Elizabeth Hospital Queen Elizabeth Avenue Gateshead NE9 6SX
Proposal Erection of new Emergency Care Centre with 35 supporting short stay inpatient bedrooms, hospital central stores with delivery point, ancillary support services for building and wider hospital, new hospital arrival space with reception, cafe and retail outlets and associated parking and landscaping.
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=M6S4WVHK3Y000

DC/12/00832/FUL | Change of use of existing area of open space to temporary 383 space park and ride facility (for Queen Elizabeth Hospital staff) with ancillary works including soil storage, external lighting, site cabin and boundary treatment with public parking on evening and weekends in connection with use of pitches (amended 08/08/12). | Site To West Of Old Durham Road Comprising Part Of Mossheaps Recreation Ground Moss Bank Gateshead

Reference DC/12/00832/FUL
Alternative Reference PP-02074950
Application Received Wed 25 Jul 2012
Address Site To West Of Old Durham Road Comprising Part Of Mossheaps Recreation Ground Moss Bank Gateshead
Proposal Change of use of existing area of open space to temporary 383 space park and ride facility (for Queen Elizabeth Hospital staff) with ancillary works including soil storage, external lighting, site cabin and boundary treatment with public parking on evening and weekends in connection with use of pitches (amended 08/08/12).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=M7PGUUHK3Y000

DC/12/00661/FUL | Refurbishment and extension of existing laundry building (incorporating roof mounted plant behind parapet wall) on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site to provide a new pathology facility (amended 23/07/12). | Queen Elizabeth Hospital Gateshead Tyne And Wear NE9 6SX

Reference DC/12/00661/FUL
Alternative Reference PP-02007429
Application Received Wed 06 Jun 2012
Address Queen Elizabeth Hospital Gateshead Tyne And Wear NE9 6SX
Proposal Refurbishment and extension of existing laundry building (incorporating roof mounted plant behind parapet wall) on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site to provide a new pathology facility (amended 23/07/12).
Status Granted
http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=M4ZBLLHK3Y000





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120. St James’ Metro and Car Park Area | Newcastle | Various | Dormant

This is the land currently leased by Newcastle United for 125 years and currently being offered for sale.


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121. Line Building East - Newcastle University | Newcastle | 4 Fl | U/C

Reference 2014/0961/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-03458138
Application Received Fri 13 Jun 2014
Application Validated Mon 23 Jun 2014
Address Crows Nest 137 Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RY
Proposal Demolition and replacement of existing Line East Building to create a new four storey building plus basement, with glazed bridge link at level 2 connecting the new building to 'The INTO Building' to the south west. Alterations to the rear (west) elevation of the Crow's Nest Pub.
Status Registered
Decision Not Available
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=N73W98BSLM900

The Line East Building, immediately to the north of the Pathway Centre, is ideally located to provide the additional accommodation required by INTO. The building has four floors plus a basement, and is connected to the upper two floors of the adjacent building above the Crow’s Nest Public House. Both buildings have been used in the past by the University for teaching, however in recent years they have been under-utilised as they have become obsolete and better accommodation has been made available elsewhere on the campus.

Original Building:

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Proposed Building:



122. New 'Motel One' HOTEL, High Bridge | Newcastle | 6fl | Preparation

2012/0905/01/DET | Conversion, refurbishment and extension of buildings at 15 - 29 High Bridge, and erection of new accommodation block in Half Moon Yard to include servicing and landscaping to create 222 bed hotel as amended by plans received 13/09/2012. | 15-29 High Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne
eference 2012/0905/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-02031229
Application Received Wed 20 Jun 2012
Application Validated Fri 13 Jul 2012
Address 15-29 High Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Conversion, refurbishment and extension of buildings at 15 - 29 High Bridge, and erection of new accommodation block in Half Moon Yard to include servicing and landscaping to create 222 bed hotel as amended by plans received 13/09/2012.
Status Decided
Decision Grant Conditionally - 31st January 2013

Proposal:



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123. Central Library and Digital Media Centre |South Shields|4fl|Approved

Application Number is ST/0649/14/LAA
Site of former Wouldhave House Market Place South Shields
Erection of a new Central Library and Digital Media Centre, along with the creation of a 40 space car park and pedestrian link.
Application Registered 02-07-2014
Decision Grant Permission with Conditions 02-10-2014
http://poppy.southtyneside.gov.uk/No...DAURI=PLANNING


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124. Heliport Site | Newcastle | Various | Proposed

2014/1929/01/OUT | Outline planning application for the demolition of existing structures and redevelopment for up to 280 dwellings with associated landscaping and engineering works; and details of site access unreserved. | Newcastle City Heliport Skinnerburn Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7A

Reference 2014/1929/01/OUT
Alternative Reference PP-03750208
Application Received Mon 08 Dec 2014
Application Validated Tue 23 Dec 2014
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=NG9WP6BSGNQ00


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125. Forth Banks Residential Development | Newcastle | 7/9 Fl x 3 | Proposed

2015/0315/01/DET | Erection of 7/9 storey residential development (3 blocks) comprising of 280 apartments (Class C3) retail unit (Class A1/A3) associated car parking, cycle storage, access, hard and soft landscaping following demolition of existing building | Land At Forth Banks/Pottery Lane Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2015/0315/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-03892463
Application Received Fri 20 Feb 2015
Application Validated Wed 11 Mar 2015
Address Land At Forth Banks/Pottery Lane Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Erection of 7/9 storey residential development (3 blocks) comprising of 280 apartments (Class C3) retail unit (Class A1/A3) associated car parking, cycle storage, access, hard and soft landscaping following demolition of existing building
Status Registered
Decision Not Available
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=NK2V80BSHS000

Position at October 2014:

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Proposed:

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126. The Foundry, Clarence Street, Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 5fl | Completed

2013/0731/01/DET | Demolition of existing single storey industrial premises and erection of 5 storey building for student accommodation comprising 35 clusters and 32 bedsits (208 bed spaces) with associated plant, cycle storage and landscaping | 5 Clarence Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1YL

Reference 2013/0731/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-02589467
Application Received Tue 07 May 2013
Address 5 Clarence Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1YL
Proposal Demolition of existing single storey industrial premises and erection of 5 storey building for student accommodation comprising 35 clusters and 32 bedsits (208 bed spaces) with associated plant, cycle storage and landscaping
Status Pending Consideration
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=MMEZD1BSAP000



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127. Stepney Yard, Ouseburn, Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 3/4/5 fl | U/C

2010/0274/02/REN | Renewal of planning permission: Erection of 3,4 and 5 storey building comprising of 41 residential units (Class C3 and C4) and 140 sq metres of commercial floor space (Classes either A1,A2,A3 or B1), 18 car parking spaces and associated landscaping | Former Mowlem & Co Newcastle Ltd 4 Stepney Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1TZ

Reference 2010/0274/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Tue 02 Mar 2010
Address Former Mowlem & Co Newcastle Ltd 4 Stepney Road Ouseburn Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1TZ
Proposal Erection of 3,4 and 5 storey building comprising of 41 residential units (Classes C3 and C4) and 140 sq metres of commercial floor space (Classes either A1,A2,A3 or B1), 18 car parking spaces and associated landscaping
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=KYNRXGBS05200

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Proposal:

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128. Plummer House, Market Street - New Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 4fl | U/C

2013/1281/01/LBC | Listed Building Application: Partial demolition of Plummer House and erection of 8 storey replacement extension with basement and internal and external alterations to provide student accommodation comprising 193 apartments, installation of new shop fronts and provision of landscaped courtyard | Plummer House 11 Market Street East Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2013/1281/01/LBC
Alternative Reference PP-02836343
Application Received Thu 22 Aug 2013
Address Plummer House 11 Market Street East Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Listed Building Application: Partial demolition of Plummer House and erection of 8 storey replacement extension with basement and internal and external alterations to provide student accommodation comprising 193 apartments, installation of new shop fronts and provision of landscaped courtyard
Status Pending Consideration
Appeal Status Not Available
Appeal Decision Not Available
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=MSASO9BS09700


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129. Alexandra Street| Wallsend | Various | U/C

14/00980/LAREG3 | Demolition of existing police station and existing residential dwellings and erection of 12no two bedroom houses and 13no three bedroom houses and 4no one bedroom apartments and 12no two bedroom apartments with associated landscaping and parking | Former Wallsend Police Station Alexandra Street Wallsend Tyne And Wear NE28 7RW
Reference 14/00980/LAREG3
Alternative Reference PP-03477514
Application Received Fri 20 Jun 2014
Address Former Wallsend Police Station Alexandra Street Wallsend Tyne And Wear NE28 7RW
Proposal Demolition of existing police station and existing residential dwellings and erection of 12no two bedroom houses and 13no three bedroom houses and 4no one bedroom apartments and 12no two bedroom apartments with associated landscaping and parking
Status Application Permitted - 29th January 2015
http://idoxpublicaccess.northtynesid...=N7H6PNBHGQQ00

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Location:


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130.Former Liquid/Envy Nightclub - New Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 8/11/13fl | Preparation

2015/0870/01/DET | Partial demolition of building forming Liquid/Envy nightclub, and erection of 36 shared cluster apartments (Sui Generis) & 120 studios (Class C3) (total 329 bed spaces) 8, 11 and 13 storeys high for student accommodation with associated landscaping and provision of retail units (Class A1) at ground floor. Conversion of John Dobson House and part of existing building to cafe, bar and restaurant (Class A3/A4) including refurbishment of entrance portico and erection of lightweight pavilion behind the Oxford Gallery portico. | Former Liquid/Envy Nightclub, 49 New Bridge Street West And John Dobson House Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8AN


Reference 2015/0870/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-04244729
Application Received Wed 10 Jun 2015
Application Validated Thu 25 Jun 2015
Address Former Liquid/Envy Nightclub, 49 New Bridge Street West And John Dobson House Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8AN
Proposal Partial demolition of building forming Liquid/Envy nightclub, and erection of 36 shared cluster apartments (Sui Generis) & 120 studios (Class C3) (total 329 bed spaces) 8, 11 and 13 storeys high for student accommodation with associated landscaping and provision of retail units (Class A1) at ground floor. Conversion of John Dobson House and part of existing building to cafe, bar and restaurant (Class A3/A4) including refurbishment of entrance portico and erection of lightweight pavilion behind the Oxford Gallery portico.
Status Registered
Decision Not Available
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=NPPSQVBSJTS00






131. Trinity South Regeneration | South Shields | Various | U/C

Application Number: ST/0081/13/FUL
Site Address: Trinity South Land bordered by Laygate, Eldon Street, Reed Street, Western Approach and including southern section of Frederick Street and part of New George Street, South Shields Laygate, Rekendyke Lane, Havelock Street, Frederick Street (part), Eldon Street, Reed Street & New George Street South Shields 1,2-9 Eldon Street, Garden Gate Drive, Harvey Close, 14-29 Laygate, Lyons Way, O'Leary Close, Palace Close, Plessey Walk Car Park Laygate
Application Type: Full Planning Permission
Development Type: Residential New Development
Proposal: Proposed residential development comprising 222no. dwellings and associated infrastructure, landscaping and boundary treatments, together with new and revised public car parking facilities and car parking for the Trinity Medical Centre and St George's Medical Centre, and proposed new bus lay-by on Western Approach.
Current Status: FINAL DECISION

http://planning.southtyneside.info/N...DAURI=PLANNING






132. Newcastle Eagles Basketball Arena | Newcastle | 4fl | Approved

Basketball Arena Plan
Evening Chronicle, February 16th 2013


An artist's impression of the new Basketball Arena at Cruddas Park

The notification of scheme approval from NCC Planning Portal :-

2012/1490/01/GRB

Erection of a basketball hall training and competition venue with associated 2,800 capacity spectator seating and ancillary office and teaching accommodation, hospitality areas, shop and refreshment/snack facility and provision of 295 car parking spaces, cycle parking and coach drop off; realignment and extension of Nesham Street to provide access into site; linking to existing CHP plant within Cruddas Park House and associated hard and soft landscaping works

Site Bounded By Scotswood Road, Clumber Street And Westmorland Road (Riverside Dene) Newcastle upon Tyne

Status - Granted Conditionally


http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=MCJFFABSAP000


133 The Shield (Clarence Street, Field Close, Stoddart Street) Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | U/C

2013/1683/01/DET | Erection of 3 to 8 storey building providing 410 student bed spaces (use Classes C3/C4) with associated landscaping, cycle and car parking. | Bob Crosby Agencies Ltd Crosby House 8 Field Close Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1AJ

Reference 2013/1683/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-02792251
Application Received Thu 07 Nov 2013
Address Bob Crosby Agencies Ltd Crosby House 8 Field Close Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1AJ
Proposal Erection of 3 to 8 storey building providing 410 student bed spaces (use Classes C3/C4) with associated landscaping, cycle and car parking.
Status Pending Consideration
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=MVVSWXBSI8M00

Text and images from the Design and Access Statement:

The site subject to this application sits immediately to the west of Stoddart Street, Newcastle upon Tyne. The site covers an area of 0.3ha, and is currently occupied by small scale commercial warehouse use including a tool hire outlet, decorating supplies unit and fire safety equipment supplier. The site is principally accessed via Field Close, a non-adopted highway which runs from Clarence Street and terminates immediately before Stoddart Street. The site slopes by approximately 2.6 metres from Clarence Street to Stoddart Street, with Clarence Street at the higher elevation.








Images hosted on www.steve-ellwood.org.uk


134 HRW Building Student Accommodation | Gateshead | 15fl | Preparation


This Application on Gateshead Planning Portal 01/09/15

DC/15/00856/FUL

Erection of 13-storey 265-bed student development with parking and communal facilities.

Mill Road East Gateshead Gateshead NE8 3AE

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=NTDE7THKJEV00



Taken from the planning application.


135 Richardson Road ( aka 'Ricky Road' ) Park View Student Village | Newcastle | Various | Approved

2015/1096/01/DET | Hybrid Planning Application: Detailed planning application for erection of 6 x 4-10 storey blocks for student accommodation (1303 bed spaces) with associated soft, hard landscaping and access, erection of detached energy centre following demolition of existing student house blocks. Outline Planning Application for up to 5 storey academic building (Class D1) and sports centre (Class D2) and all matters reserved | Land Adjacent To Richardson Road Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2015/1096/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Tue 21 Jul 2015
Application Validated Fri 31 Jul 2015
Address Land Adjacent To Richardson Road Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Hybrid Planning Application: Detailed planning application for erection of 6 x 4-10 storey blocks for student accommodation (1303 bed spaces) with associated soft, hard landscaping and access, erection of detached energy centre following demolition of existing student house blocks. Outline Planning Application for up to 5 storey academic building (Class D1) and sports centre (Class D2) and all matters reserved
Status Registered
Decision Not Available
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=NRUAYTBS0JD00



From the planing application documents - hosted on www.steve-ellwood.org.uk


136. Albert Street, Shieldfield "Albert Place Student Accommodation" | Newcastle | 6Fl | Preparation

2015/1230/01/DET | Demolition of existing commercial garage and erection of 6 storey student accommodation block consisting of 159 rooms. | Formula One 117 Albert Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1YW

Reference 2015/1230/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-04286598
Application Received Fri 26 Jun 2015
Application Validated Wed 26 Aug 2015
Address Formula One 117 Albert Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1YW
Proposal Demolition of existing commercial garage and erection of 6 storey student accommodation block consisting of 159 rooms.
Status Registered
Decision Not Available
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=NQK4GBBSK4400

From the Planning Statement:

Lambert Smith Hampton has been appointed by Crosslane Student Living to prepare a planning application for the redevelopment of the existing buildings on the F1 Car Sales and Servicing site for 159 student bedspaces, being; 121 study rooms; 6 assisted rooms; 30 studios and 2 assisted studios a a larger property and ancillary accommodation.

The application site consists of regularly shaped land and buildings of the existing Formula 1 Car Showroom and servicing buildings and forecourt situated on Albert Street in the Shieldfield area of Newcastle.
The buildings are of a modern utilitarian appearance commiserate with their use. The site is bound to the south by a neighbouring building, currently in office use, to the north is Albert Road and new build student accommodation is situated to the east and west.

The planning application proposes the demolition of the entire existing building on the site replacing them with a new student accommodation building of five floors (plus ground floor) providing 159 student bedspaces. The bedspaces are made up of 8 accessible bedrooms and an overall mix of 20& studio bedrooms and 8-% cluster bedrooms.

As detailed in the accompanying design and access statement the cues for the height, scale, massing and character of the building are taken from those in the immediate vicinity of the site. The proposed height is similar to that of the recently completed student accommodation building to the west of the application site. The proposed materials are also inkeeping with that building.

These images from the planning documents:



Images hosted on www.steve-ellwood.org.uk


137. Kings Manor Student Accommodation | Newcastle | Various | Approved

2016/0484/01/OUT | Outline Planning Application: Demolition of existing building and erection of up to 14 storeys providing up to 407 student bed spaces plus ancillary accommodation | Manor View House Kings Manor Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6PA
Reference 2016/0484/01/OUT
Alternative Reference PP-04914980
Application Received Wed 16 Mar 2016
Application Validated Wed 13 Apr 2016
Address Manor View House Kings Manor Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6PA
Proposal Outline Planning Application: Demolition of existing building and erection of up to 14 storeys providing up to 407 student bed spaces plus ancillary accommodation
Status Registered
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=O455KUBSGME00

Location plan from planning documents (red outline is proposed site):


Image hosted on www.steve-ellwood.org.uk[/QUOTE]

These images from the Design & Access Statement:




Images hosted on www.steve-ellwood.org.uk


138. 27 Rutherford Street | Newcastle | 26fl | Proposed

15/00595/SCR | Screening opinion for the development of a 20 storey residential develoment comprising 166 No. residential units | Vacant Commercial Premises 27 Rutherford Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 5DT

Reference 15/00595/SCR
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Fri 30 Oct 2015
Application Validated Fri 30 Oct 2015
Address Vacant Commercial Premises 27 Rutherford Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 5DT
Proposal Screening opinion for the development of a 20 storey residential develoment comprising 166 No. residential units
Status Registered
Decision Not Available
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=NX8VGKBS0DL00


www.rutherfordforliving.com


139. Uptin House Student Accommodation, Stepney Road | Newcastle | 5fl | Approved

2016/0930/01/DET | Erection of a 5 storey student accommodation block incorporating 19 no. cluster flats and 109 no. studios (Class C3/C4) with associated cycle / bin storage and landscaping following demolition of existing commercial building | Uptin House Stepney Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1TZ
Reference 2016/0930/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-05118657
Application Received Thu 26 May 2016
Application Validated Tue 28 Jun 2016
Address Uptin House Stepney Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1TZ
Proposal Erection of a 5 storey student accommodation block incorporating 19 no. cluster flats and 109 no. studios (Class C3/C4) with associated cycle / bin storage and landscaping following demolition of existing commercial building
Status Registered
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=O7SHQNBSHS800

This proposed development is of course next to Adderstone's Stepney Yard student accommodation building.

Render courtesy of Adderstone Group and from the Design & Access Statement:




140. District Energy Scheme, Quarryfield Road | Gateshead | Various | U/C


DC/13/01176/FUL

Erection of district energy scheme building with associated pipe and wire network and temporary site compound (additional info received 21/10/13 and amended 08/11/13 and 20/11/13).

Quarryfield Road Gateshead

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=MTBSCJHK3Y000


and looking to do this:-

DC/15/00484/FUL

VARIATION OF CONDITION 1 (approved plans) of Application DC/13/01176/FUL for the erection of a detached substation and revised landscaping scheme

Land At Junction Of Quarryfield Road And Coulthards Lane Gateshead

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onlin...=NO87J9HKIE300


Status - insufficient fee

From the Planning Documents of that application:-

An external electrical substation has been added to the design. This change is in response to comments from Northern Powergrid which is unwilling to terminate the two incoming electrical supplies from Gateshead East Primary East Substation into a high voltage (HV) switchpanel that would be owned by Gateshead Council. There is insufficient space within the Energy Centre as permitted to locate the revised configuration of the Northern Powergrid and Private Wire HV switchpanels. Northern Powergrid requires a dedicated plantroom and HV switchpanel to be located within 25m of the Energy Centre.

From Gateshead Council
http://www.gateshead.gov.uk/Building...gy-Scheme.aspx


Gateshead Council for review


141. Market Street former Police Station: Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 7 fl | Preparation


2016/0907/01/LBC | Listed Building Application: Restoration of rear boundary wall adjoining St. Andrew's Church and Presbytery following demolition works | Former Police Station Market Street Newcastle upon Tyne
Reference 2016/0907/01/LBC
Alternative Reference PP-05221351
Application Received Tue 14 Jun 2016
Application Validated Tue 14 Jun 2016
Address Former Police Station Market Street Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Listed Building Application: Restoration of rear boundary wall adjoining St. Andrew's Church and Presbytery following demolition works
Status Registered
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=O8T6HEBS0JD00

2016/0906/01/DET | Demolition of former police HQ and construction of 6-7 storey building for student accommodation comprising 225 student bedspaces wtih landscaped courtyards | Former Police Station Market Street Newcastle upon Tyne

Reference 2016/0906/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-05221351
Application Received Tue 14 Jun 2016
Application Validated Wed 15 Jun 2016
Address Former Police Station Market Street Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Demolition of former police HQ and construction of 6-7 storey building for student accommodation comprising 225 student bedspaces wtih landscaped courtyards
Status Registered
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=O8T6DSBS0JD00


142. ODEON CINEMA, Pilgrim Street | Newcastle | Demolition

2016/1525/01/NOD | Notification of Demolition: Demolition of Former Odeon Cinema | Former Odeon Cinema Pilgrim Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QE
Reference 2016/1525/01/NOD
Alternative Reference PP-05525141
Application Received Tue 11 Oct 2016
Application Validated Tue 11 Oct 2016
Address Former Odeon Cinema Pilgrim Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QE
Proposal Notification of Demolition: Demolition of Former Odeon Cinema
Status Registered
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=OEVCOMBSK4N00[/QUOTE]

Status Decided
Decision Grant
Decision Issued Date Mon 07 Nov 2016


This being demolition it's difficult to show any images of the proposed site at completion.

Almost immediately before demolition




143. Bridge Court, West Quayside - Travelodge Hotel and Offices | Newcastle | 5fl and 4fl | U/C

Reference 2012/1554/01/DET
Alternative Reference Not Available
Application Received Mon 26 Nov 2012
Address Bridge Court The Close Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3BA
Proposal Change of use of office building (Class B1) to hotel (Class C1) comprising of 160 bedrooms with ancillary restaurant bar, with associated business conference facilities
Status Granted Conditionally
http://publicaccess.newcastle.gov.uk...=ME5ALSBS0DL00[/QUOTE]

Ken O Heed - Photobucket


144. Aidan House, Urban Study Tyne Bridge (ex HMRC building at All Saints) Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 5fl | U/C

2015/1801/01/DET | Refurbishment of building to include replacement of all windows, infilling of ground floor balcony area to create an additional three units and cladding of existing circulation towers. | Former H M Revenue & Customs Aidan House Pilgrim Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2TT


Reference 2015/1801/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-04667339
Application Received Wed 02 Dec 2015
Application Validated Tue 22 Dec 2015
Address Former H M Revenue & Customs Aidan House Pilgrim Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2TT
Proposal Refurbishment of building to include replacement of all windows, infilling of ground floor balcony area to create an additional three units and cladding of existing circulation towers.
Status Registered
Decision Not Available
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=NYQEVABSMM800

The Design & Access Statement confirms this as student accommodation.

This design and access statement (DAS) has been prepared in support of a full plans submission in association with the conversion of Aidan House from vacant office accommodation to student accommodation.

The scheme submitted is largely a refurbishment of an existing building and as such the proposed design elements limited to refreshing and overcladding of the existing structure, with elements being replaced and or upgraded as required by the technical requirements of the building regulations and change of use.

Elliot - Photobucket, from plans


145. Cross Street, Kard Bar (Tragic fire cost Brian Sandells his life) Re-development | Newcastle | 3fl | Demolition

Demolition. No current plans for site.


From Ken O Heed's photobucket

Images hosted on www.steve-ellwood.org.uk


146. PTS Plumbing, 50-54 Union Street: Student Accommodation | Newcastle | 7fl | U/C


2016/1282/01/DET | Erection of an 8 storey accommodation block (Class C3/C4) consisting of 91 No. individual studios and 38 No. cluster apartments with leisure/socialisation facilities, private dining, study/IT rooms and fitness suite following demolish of existing building | Former PTS Plumbing Trade Supplies 50 - 54 Union Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1AH
Reference 2016/1282/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-05301363
Application Received Wed 17 Aug 2016
Application Validated Wed 31 Aug 2016
Address Former PTS Plumbing Trade Supplies 50 - 54 Union Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1AH
Proposal Erection of an 8 storey accommodation block (Class C3/C4) consisting of 91 No. individual studios and 38 No. cluster apartments with leisure/socialisation facilities, private dining, study/IT rooms and fitness suite following demolish of existing building
Status Registered
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=OC1YS3BSJ5J00

From the Design & Access Statement, copyright Adderstone Group:

Present building


Proposal




This is the site courtesy of Google Earth

Images hosted on https://www.flickr.com/photos/steve-...h/28867989294/

Images hosted on www.steve-ellwood.org.uk


147. EPS / East Pilgrim Street | Newcastle | Various | U/C

Encompasses all EPS developments excluding student accommodation on part of former Police station site on Market Street.

Latest statement from site owners:

Quote:
The site is a freehold 3- acre c. 1,000,000 sq ft block, within the heart of Newcastle City Centre including Commercial Union House on Pilgrim Street, and the popular Tyneside Cinema. Plans for a mixed use development scheme to deliver long term sustainable growth for the area have been worked on closely with Newcastle City Council. In July 2016, a consultation was launched on draft proposals to refresh its long term development aspirations for East Pilgrim Street, owned largely by Reuben Brothers.
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