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J J Motorcycles, 235-237 Westgate Road & Custom Lids, 247 - 251 Westgate Road, Newcastle, Change of Use of existing motor cycle retail units etc to residential

Following on from 2 posts immediately above

When in the area on Sunday 19/07/20 approx 0845 took pictures to show the premises where the above work set to be carried out

J J Motorcycles, 235-237 Westgate Road

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Custom Lids, 247 - 251 Westgate Road, Newcastle

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Took a large set of pictures both sides of Westgate Road, from St James' Boulevard up Cross Villa Place, showing current situation of housing and occupancy of business premises, much changed in recent times - to follow in due course on another thread(s)

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46-54 Saint Andrews Street, Newcastle, conversion of floors 1-4 from HMO's to 14 x 1 bed flats/studios and 6 x 2 bed flats - pictures 19/07/20

46-54 Saint Andrews Street, Newcastle, conversion of floors 1-4 from HMO's to 14 x 1 bed flats/studios and 6 x 2 bed flats - pictures 21/03/20
Further pictures taken by myself Sunday 19/07/20 approx 0945 showing views of work at 46-54 Saint Andrews Street, Newcastle, during conversion of floors 1-4 from HMO's to 14 x 1 bed flats/studios and 6 x 2 bed flats and adjoining proprties

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Still scaffold to rear elevation - well hidden by churchyard trees

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152 - 156 New Bridge Street, Newcastle, conversion of offices to residential - further pictures 19/07/20

152 - 156 New Bridge Street, Newcastle, conversion of offices to residential - further pictures 08/10/19

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Further pictures by myself from Tuesday 08/10/19 approx 1045 showing the 152 - 156 New Bridge Street, Newcastle buildings (not the last property forming the gable end of the terrace)
Previously covered on this thread on posts #715 - 717

Further pictures by myself from Sunday 19/07/20 approx 1100 showing that work is now being carried out at the 152 - 156 New Bridge Street, Newcastle buildings (not the last property forming the gable end of the terrace)

Views from Argyle St near junction with New Bridge St

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Former M & S Motorcycles, 204 Westgate Road, Newcastle, Conversion of upper floors to 3no self contained apartments with ground and first floor changed from retail to restaurant/takeaway - Planning Application

Another planning application for one of the Westgate Rd motorbike shop premises on the "new" NCC Planning Portal when checking it on 16/08/20

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Application Reference Number: 2020/0645/01/DET

Location: Former M & S Motorcycles, 204 Westgate Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE4 6AN

Proposal: Conversion of upper floors to 3no self contained apartments with new access and bins store to rear. Change of use of the ground and first floor from retail to restaurant/ takeaway, (Class A3/A5). Installation of new extraction system

Received Date: 21-05-2020

Valid Date: 13-08-2020

Application Status: Pending Consideration

https://portal.newcastle.gov.uk/planning/index.html?fa=getApplication&id=123831


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The Sailor's Bethel, Horatio Street, Newcastle, change to residential accommodation - Planning Approval

The Sailors Bethel, Horatio Street, Newcastle, change to residential accommodation - Planning Appli
Previously covered on posts # 728 (above), 729, 731 - 732, all on City Centre - RESIDENTIAL Developments

On the "new" NCC Planning Portal on 11/09/20 this in respect of the above planning application, 2020/0085/01/DET

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Decision: Grant Conditionally

Decision Issued Date: 11-09-2020


Some other pictures by myself from 29/08/20 showing The Sailor's Bethel, Horatio Street, Newcastle

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The Sailors Bethel, Horatio Street, Newcastle, change to residential accommodation - Listed Building Planning Application approval

The Sailors Bethel, Horatio Street, Newcastle, change to residential accommodation - Planning Application



The above is Steve Ellwood post #1620 from 05/03/11 on Remembering HISTORIC NEWCASTLE - Old Photos, Maps, even Stories . . . thread

On NCC Planning Portal on 24/01/20 planning application for

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2020/0085/01/DET

Change of use from offices (Class B1) to 3 residential apartments (Class C3), alterations to elevations, external stairs, ramp, new entrance and gates to existing car park

The Sailors Bethel Horatio Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2PE

Application Validated - Fri 24 Jan 2020

Status - Registered

https://publicaccessapplications.newcastle.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=Q3P0W1BSKBY00&activeTab=summary


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2020/0086/01/LBC

Listed Building Application: Alterations to elevations to include new door, external steps, ramp and rooflight to flat roof, internal alterations to include break though wall at ground floor to create new entrance, removal and installation of partition walls, extension to mezzanine floor to create 3 apartments.

The Sailors Bethel Horatio Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2PE

2020/0086/01/LBC | Listed Building Application: Alterations to elevations to include new door, external steps, ramp and rooflight to flat roof, internal alterations to include break though wall at ground floor to create new entrance, removal and installation of partition walls, extension to mezzanine floor to create 3 apartments. | The Sailors Bethel Horatio Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2PE


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Follow on to post immediately above this from 14/09/20 in respect of LBC application 2020/0086/01/LBC noted above

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Decision: Grant Conditionally

Decision Issued Date: 14-09-2020


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Former Sailors Bethel on Horatio Street, Newcastle to be converted to flats

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Chronicle Live website article from 20/09/20

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'Tardis-like' building painted by Lowry and with Newcastle's last gargoyles to be converted to flats

The Grade II listed Ouseburn building also served as a Sunday school from 1900 and became a Danish church after the Second World War

The Grade II listed building on Horatio Street, in the Ouseburn Valley, also served as a Sunday school from 1900 and became a Danish church after the Second World War, eventually closing in 1949.

It was restored and has been used as offices since the 1990s, but is now set to be transformed into three apartments.

The documents say: “When approached along Tyne Street the building appears quite modest in scale as a single-storey chapel with disproportionately high, steep-pitched roofs and steeple, but concealing the real extent of the chapel at lower levels.

“Much of the chapel’s original charm arises from Thomas Oliver’s response to the challenge of winning building space from a steep riverbank.


Full article on 'Tardis-like' building with Newcastle's last gargoyles to be converted to flats

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