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Old November 19th, 2018, 01:22 PM   #121
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Grade II listed building, Block 2, in Ochre Yards development, Gateshead, conversion into 58 new homes - information & pictures 18/11/18

My first posting in approx 5 months (post #119) on this element of the overall Ochre Yards Development, Gateshead, the work to Grade II listed building, Block 2

Pictures by myself from Sunday 18/11/18 approx 1215 showing current state of works to the building - looking almost same as it was my last visit



Planing on the viewpoint now becoming well established - but to go when work gets underway



















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Old February 26th, 2019, 06:19 PM   #122
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Ochre Yards, Bellway private housing development, Gateshead, latest arrived Google Maps 3D image February 2019

Screen print images, taken 17/02/19, showing latest arrived Google Maps 3D image of the area of Ochre Yards, Bellway private housing development, Gateshead development area - image from some time ago







Like that only for a couple of days then returned to former earlier image, from some time ago, with some blocks still to be built being shown at time of posting

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Old August 20th, 2019, 07:48 PM   #123
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Grade II listed building, Block 2, in Ochre Yards development, Gateshead, conversion into 58 new homes - pictures 19/08/19

My first posting in many months, last being post #121 on 19/11/18, on this element of the overall Ochre Yards Development, Gateshead, the work to Grade II listed building, Block 2

Pictures by myself from Monday 19/08/19 approx 1300 showing current state of north elevation of the Block 2 building, that faces the river

Normally out of bounds to being on a bus only link road but on 19/08/19 the road was free of vehicles due to being coned off for the World Transport Games 2019 cycling event being held on adjacent roads meaning a chance to walk safely up the road and get some pictures





















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Old September 16th, 2019, 12:54 PM   #124
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Ochre Yards, Half Moon Lane, Gateshead, provision of 8 private parking bays and 11 visitor parking bays etc - Planning Approval

On Gateshead Council Planning Portal when viewing it 16/09/19, but in list week commencing 09/09/19

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DC/19/00471/FUL

Variation of Condition 1 (approved plans) and Condition 5 (surfacing materials) of permission 103/01 to allow the provision of 8 private parking bays and 11 visitor parking bays and to finalise road surface materials

Ochre Yards Half Moon Lane Gateshead NE8 2AA

Decision - Grant

Decision Issued Date - Fri 13 Sep 2019

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Old September 16th, 2019, 07:07 PM   #125
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Ochre Yards development, Gateshead - pictures 13/09/19

Some further pictures by myself taken Saturday 13/09/19 approx 1015 from the roof area of The Castle Keep, Newcastle, (on a Heritage Open Days 2019 event), to show different views of the progress being made on the Ochre Yards development, Gateshead

Main stone building on north side of area, facing the River Tyne, still to have conversion carried out











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Old October 14th, 2019, 10:00 AM   #126
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Grade II listed building, Block 2, in Ochre Yards development, Gateshead, conversion into 58 new homes - pictures 12/10/19 Part 1 of 2

Pictures by myself from Saturday 12/10/19 approx 1030 showing current state of north elevation of the Grade II listed Block 2 building, that faces the river, the last element of the overall Ochre Yards Development, Gateshead, shown in posts above

No sign of activity in last 12 months and more



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Old October 14th, 2019, 10:01 AM   #127
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Grade II listed building, Block 2, in Ochre Yards development, Gateshead, conversion into 58 new homes - pictures 12/10/19 Part 2 of 2

Part 2 of 2

Pictures by myself from Saturday 12/10/19 approx 1030 showing current state of north elevation of the Grade II listed Block 2 building, that faces the river, the last element of the overall Ochre Yards Development, Gateshead, shown in posts above





















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Old October 14th, 2019, 10:38 AM   #128
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Ochre Yards development, Gateshead, general views - pictures 12/10/19 Part 1 of 4

Pictures by myself from Saturday 12/10/19 in period approx 1015 - 1045 showing current state of the overall Ochre Yards Development, Gateshead





















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Old October 14th, 2019, 10:39 AM   #129
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Ochre Yards development, Gateshead, general views - pictures 12/10/19 Part 2 of 4

Part 2 of 4

Pictures by myself from Saturday 12/10/19 in period approx 1015 - 1045 showing current state of the overall Ochre Yards Development, Gateshead











"The Point" site still displaying signage on the hoardings, see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=990799









This screen print of marked up by myself Google Maps image (hosted on Photobucket) showing location of The Point site and adjacent buildings etc (from The Point thread, post #24 on 25/09/16)



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Ochre Yards development, Gateshead, general views - pictures 12/10/19 Part 3 of 4

Part 3 of 4

Pictures by myself from Saturday 12/10/19 in period approx 1015 - 1045 showing current state of the overall Ochre Yards Development, Gateshead

The most recently completed Trigo House block







Public area under which the metro runs





Block 2 (see posts above)











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Ochre Yards development, Gateshead, general views - pictures 12/10/19 Part 4 of 4

Part 4 of 4

Pictures by myself from Saturday 12/10/19 in period approx 1015 - 1045 showing current state of the overall Ochre Yards Development, Gateshead



"Bus only" route



Route heading towards Gateshead end High Level Bridge and onto Wellington St

















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Old October 14th, 2019, 11:18 AM   #132
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Development site, north side of Askew Rd, just west of SixT car hire outlet, Gateshead - pictures 12/10/19

Due to location of this development site decided to post here on the Ochre Yards thread rather than "Gateshead" thread

Noticed on Saturday 14/10/19 approx 1015 that recent signs in place on fencing to north side of Askew Rd, just west of SixT car hire outlet





View west towards Network Rail Depot







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