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01 - CIAC | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | 38m | Completed
02 - Linthorpe Hall 248 | Middlesbrough | 6fl | Completed
03 - Central Park | Darlington | Various | Dormant
04 - Tees Barrage International White Water Course | Stockton | Completed
05 - Temenos | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | 50m | Completed
06 - Vertical Pier & Hub | Redcar | 80ft | 7fl | Completed
07 - Crown House Site | Hartlepool | Demolition
08 - BOHO 1 & 2 | Middlesbrough | Various | Completed
09 - North Shore | Stockton | Various | U/C
10 - Qube | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | 40m | 9fl | Dormant
11 - The Stages Academy | Middlesbrough | 4fl | Completed
12 - Biomass Power Plant | Stockton | 70m | Approved
13 - Norton Road Development | Stockton | Various | Demolition
14 - Dunning Road Development | Middlesbrough | 10fl | Dormant
15 - Gateway | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | Various | Approved
16 - Manhattan Gate | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | Various | U/C
17 - The Globe Theatre Renovation | Stockton | U/C
18 - Victoria Harbour | Hartlepool | Various | Cancelled
19 - Cargo Fleet Business Centre | Middlesbrough | 3fl | Completed
20 - Crown House Refurbishment | Middlesbrough | 6fl | U/C
21 - Psyche Store Hotel Extension | Middlesbrough | 6fl | Approved
22 - Myplace (ex Custom House) | Middlesbrough | 2fl | Completed
23 - Gibson House (ex Cleveland Club) | Middlesbrough | 3fl | Completed
24 - Endeavor House | Middlesbrough | 20fl |55m | Dormant
25 - Southfield Road Mosque | Middlesbrough | 5fl | Proposed
26 - The Gateway (Neuro-Centre) | Middlesbrough | Various | Completed
27 - Liberty's Student Flats | Middlesbrough | 6fl | Proposed
28 - Acklam Hall Redevelopment | Middlesbrough | Various | U/C
29 - BOHO 5 | Middlesbrough | 6fl | Completed
30 - Middlesbrough Sports Village | Middlesbrough | Various | Proposed
31 - Middlesbrough Snow Centre | Middlesbrough (Middlehaven) | Various | Approved
32 - Centre Square Office Development | Middlesbrough | Various | Approved
33 - TEESAMP (The 'Tees Advanced Manufacturing Park') | Middlebrough | Various | Preparation
34 - Hampton by Hilton Hotel | Stockton | 6 Fl | Completed
35 - Alma Street Apartments | Stockton | Various | U/C
36 - Cornell Quarter Student Accommodation | Middlesbrough | 6fl | U/C
37 - BOHO X (Digital City) | Middlesbrough | 3x 20fl | Pre-Planning
38 - BOHO 8 | Middlesbrough | Various | Pre-Planning
39 - Northern School of Art - New Campus | Middlesbrough | 3Fl | U/C


Click the LINK below each PROJECT TITLE, to take you directly to each specific PROJECT THREAD, for full details of the latest situation and all of the available news about that Project . . .

01 - CIAC | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | 38m | Completed

CIAC is starting to become a reality . . .
March 27th 2010, Sandy McKenzie, Evening Gazette

The Middlehaven dream is starting to become a reality. Work is under way on the site around Middlesbrough dock to build the first residential block as part of the £200m RiversideOne development.

And at the launch of the project to build CIAC - Community in a Cube - Peter Halsall, managing director of developers BioRegional Quintain, told the Gazette: “Having corralled the partners together we can now start delivering this fantastic project.

“All we said in 2006 still applies. This place will transform Middlehaven. It is also about providing somewhere that will be a great place to live. “We are confident the start of the project will catalyse more development both in the RiversideOne scheme and in the wider Middlehaven context.” He said interest remained in the hotel that was planned as part of the project and designs had been prepared for the second residential block. “We are building at the right time. We are building into a recovery in the economy. “We have a huge number of people who have shown an interest in the development and we will be contacting them again, said Mr Halsall.

CIAC will have 80 apartments costing from £79,995 to £175,000. A pub will be included as part of the development. A refreshed RiversideOne marketing suite will be reopening on June 5.

CIAC progress by (photo taken on) 14th March 2011 . . .

Further 'Progress Photo' posted by Ims on 7th November 2011 . .

Handsome C; 30th January 2012 said:
Looks like she's finished:

Absolutely gorgeous. Really well finished. Very, very proud of this building.

02 - Linthorpe Hall 248 | Middlesbrough | 6fl | Completed

bobalania; October 18th 2009 said:
New Student Accommodation on Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough.

Old building has now been demolished, construction due to start shortly.

Renders . . .

lms; October 3rd 2010 said:
Here are some latest construction pics of this site

One of four new 'progress photos' posted on 7th November 2011 by Ims . .

03 - Central Park | Darlington | Various | Dormant

October 18th 2009 . .

Tees Valley Regeneration has announced a trio of first rate developers to transform Darlington's Central Park masterplan into bricks and mortar and provide a huge boost to the area.

The £200 million project will be developed by a consortium consisting of Commercial Estates Group (undertaking the commercial and leisure facilities) and Yuill Homes and Keepmoat PLC (creating family town houses and apartments).

Central Park is the biggest development in Darlington for a generation and will create thousands of jobs.

The appointment of the three most influential names in the business means that work will soon begin on delivering 600 new homes, revolutionary eco homes, first class offices, restaurants, a hotel and health and child care facilities.


Then, on October 27th 2010 . .

I am at the college. doing a course but the central park plan has stopped.

They are building a university for teeside on the football pitches, 5 storeys high.

I'll take a photo of the building soon

04 - Tees Barrage International White Water Course | Stockton | Completed

Tees Barrage white water course in £4.6 revamp : Work has started on a multi-million pound upgrade to a white water course at Stockton's Tees Barrage which will play host to Olympic athletes in 2012. The £4.6m revamp will see four 35ft (12m) long Archimedes screws pump the water needed to create guaranteed conditions for white water competitors.

The screws are being made in Holland and will be moved to Teesside in July. The site has already been confirmed as a pre-Games training camp ahead of the London Olympic and Paralympics Games.

Crane boosts Tees Barrage course upgrade
Jun 16 2010 by Sophie Barley, Evening Gazette

WORK on the new £4.6m Tees white water course is making a giant leap forward with the help of a 75 metre high crane. The Vanson crane will be on the Tees Barrage site for three months and will be used to move concrete around the course. The crane, which is capable of lifting two tonnes of concrete, is needed to move heavy materials for the course’s foundations.

Steve Garcia, project manager at British Waterways, said: “The project is moving into exciting times with the arrival of the enormous tower crane which will help move bulky materials around site.

“The transformation of the Tees Barrage White Water Course will secure its status as a top international sporting venue for all people to enjoy.” Work is powering ahead on the site with the new short course, for high-speed paddling, currently being dug out and its concrete foundation being laid. The construction team is also currently building the pumping station for the course.

Councillor Ken Lupton, Stockton Council leader, said: “It is wonderful to see the physical works well under way. “The upgrade of the water course is testament to our commitment, along with our partners, in creating world-class sporting facilities.”

05 - Temenos | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | 50m | Completed

Part of the Largest Public Art Project in the World, with structures to be built in Stockton, Middlesbrough, Darlington, Hartlepool and Redcar and Cleveland. Temenos is the first installation in the Tees Valley Giants public art initiative. It will cost £2.7m and will be an awe-inspiring 110m in length and almost 50m high.

May 12th 2010 - "I Haven't been down since they lifted the second ring, but it looks practically finished" . . .

May 12th 2010 - nearing completion.

Temenos artwork a symbol of things to come for Boro
June 11th 2010, The Journal

THE REGION’S growing portfolio of extraordinary artworks grew yesterday when the first of five proposed Tees Valley Giants was formally presented to the people of Middlesbrough. Steve Gibson, chairman of Middlesbrough Football Club, did the honours, standing on a plaque sunk in the ground near Temenos, a new landmark at the town’s Middlehaven regeneration area.

Earlier, at the football club’s Riverside Stadium, Turner Prize-winning artist Anish Kapoor declared himself well pleased with the £2.7m artwork, which was built by Balfour Beatty.

Ray Mallon, Middlesbrough’s bullish elected mayor, said the sculpture was a sign that the town was confident, ambitious and moving forward. He said he and the people of Middlesbrough were proud of the town.

06 - Vertical Pier & Hub | Redcar | 80ft | 7fl | Completed

£40m project planned for Redcar seafront
May 21st 2010, by Sandy McKenzie, Evening Gazette

TWO iconic buildings are being planned as part of a massive £40m improvement project for Redcar seafront. An 80ft high “vertical pier” is planned along with The Hub - a £10.8m showpiece base for the area’s creative industries.

The “vertical pier” is part of the £30m seafront improvement package which also includes a strengthened sea wall being built by the Environment Agency and improvements along the promenade.

The “vertical pier” would be the highest building in the town if the plans go ahead. It will create 60 new jobs, support businesses, and attract fresh investment to the area. A public exhibition of the proposals is opening in Redcar tomorrow.

A planning application is expected to be submitted in the summer and, if approval is granted, work on the project could begin in the autumn.

Additional Photos . .

The Hub could see a further 150 jobs created

Comment on October 5th 2010 . .

A "traditional" seaside pier being built again at Redcar is now a possibility, but Redcar and Cleveland councillor Sheelagh Clarke says the local authority does not have the cash to build it.

The issue of the pier was raised at a meeting of Redcar and Cleveland Council by Councillor Chris Abbott. He said a survey he was conducting showed that 99% of people were against the Vertical Pier planned for Redcar seafront. “The council has a duty to listen to what is being said by the people,” he said.

The Vertical Pier is part of the multi-million pound plans to provide a new sea wall and improvements to Redcar seafront. Cllr Clarke, the council’s deputy leader and Cabinet member for culture, leisure and tourism, said the new sea wall and seafront improvements at Redcar was one opportunity, which would not present itself again for at least five years, to regenerate the town.

“It is sad that some councillors feel they have to be so negative about the proposals,” she said.

Posted by Ims on 23rd December 2011 . .

This one is well underway now

Controversial Redcar Vertical Pier starting to take shape
by Sandy McKenzie, Evening Gazette, December 23rd 2011

THE controversial Vertical Pier on Redcar seafront is starting to take shape. The steelwork skeleton of the £1.8m, 80ft high structure is being assembled on the site of the former Leo’s nightspot.

August 19th 2013.

This one is up for the "Carbuncle Cup" Award.

It's a perfect lesson in the difference between what you see on architectural renders and what you actually get:

The Render

Image via ITV at

The Reality

Image via the Northern Echo at

07 - Crown House Site | Hartlepool | Demolition

Hartlepool's Crown House is demolished
September 21st 2010, Evening Gazette

A DERELICT eyesore in the centre of Hartlepool has been demolished as part of plans to create an innovation and skills quarter in the town.

Crown House in Surtees Street, which used to house offices of the former Department of Health and Social Security, has been cleared amid hopes of developing a start-up centre for creative industries businesses on the site.

The re-development is part of Mayor Stuart Drummond’s drive to rid the town of “grot spot” buildings. Plans for the business start-up centre, which could act as a base for fledgling digital media companies among others, are subject to future funding and a feasibility study.

Cllr Pamela Hargreaves, Hartlepool Council’s portfolio holder for regeneration and economic development, said: “We are delighted to have been able to help improve the appearance of the area by demolishing this eyesore.

“This is something which I have personally campaigned on for the last four years and I am very excited for the site’s future potential.”

Mr Drummond added: “Crown House has been on my list of targets for a long time now and I am delighted that we have finally been able to get it down.”

The council purchased the building with funding provided via the Government’s Single Programme which aims to promote job creation and business development.


Car park plan for former Crown House
3rd November 2010, Hartlepool Mail

The former Crown House Site

THE Crown House site, which is earmarked for a start-up centre for creative businesses could be temporarily transformed into a car park.

In September the derelict Crown House building, in Surtees Street, Hartlepool, was partly demolished as part of plans to create an innovation and skills quarter. The site, which used to house offices of the former Department of Health and Social Security, has been cleared leaving only the original basement car park surface.

Hartlepool Borough Council wants to use the site as a car park and discussions have taken place with Cleveland College of Art and Design, which is based in nearby Church Square. It is proposed to let the site as a car park until June 30, 2012, and any revenue from the letting will go towards the new business start-up centre.

If approved the college plans to layout 55 car spaces and to use a permit system and there would be a charge to cover costs.

No planning permission is required for use of the site as a car park.

08 - BOHO 1 & 2 | Middlesbrough | Various | Completed

May and November 2008 - BOHO 1 construction photos . .

December 2009 - BOHO 2 construction photos . .

September 2010 . . .

09 - North Shore | Stockton | Various | U/C

The first development on the £300m Northshore site moved closer with approval of the first 50 houses of what could eventually rise to 999 on the Home Zone.

Located at the eastern end of the Northshore site, the two, three and four-bedroom homes will be for a mix of sale and rent

August 2010 . .

A huge scheme to transform part of Stockton today received a funding green light.

The first phase of the multi-million pound Home Zone mixed use scheme at Northshore is expected to start in the autumn after confirmation of £2.6m in funding from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). The first phase, comprising 50 homes, will include such design features as roof terraces and courtyards with views of the River Tees.

Artists impression of the Home Zone scheme

Scheme leaders Tees Valley Unlimited says Muse Developments - part of the Northshore Development Partnership and one of the country’s major mixed use regeneration specialists - will now obtain final approvals and hopes to start work on this planned first phase in the near future.

It will kick-start the development of 3.4 hectares of land set aside for the Home Zone. The first phase forms part of a wider Northshore mixed-use scheme, which could see the creation of up to 999 homes.

The Northshore Masterplan was granted approval by Stockton Council last August, with the first phase of housing approved earlier this year. It’s claimed the whole scheme, led by Tees Valley Unlimited, Stockton Council, the HCA and One NorthEast, could create 4,500 new jobs.

Future plans include new offices, homes, shops, hotels, restaurants, bars, cafés, leisure facilities and a new campus for the University of Durham. Richard Buckley, director of delivery at Tees Valley Unlimited, said: “The announcement of funding from HCA is great.

Councillor Ken Lupton, leader of Stockton Council, said: “This is such an important area of land to the town and its riverside and its potential really is massive.

10 - Qube | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | 40m | 9fl | Dormant

This is the second Cube to be built at the RiversideOne development at Middlehaven Middlesbrough.

This Project should begin soon if all goes well, but we still wait on news of a start date.

Here are two photos of the 'model' of Qube, that is in the marketing suite.

11 - The Stages Academy | Middlesbrough | 4fl | Completed

December 20th 2009 . .

English Churches Housing Group are building a new four storey development on Wellington Street, just along from Boho, containing 30 bedsits for homeless people.

The interesting thing about this development is it is being built in a similar style as the Boho development and the Middlehaven theme and as such it is to be as eco friendly as possible with solar panels on the roof to heat its water and a metal roof to collect rainwater to be recycled for use in the building.

May 28th 2010 . .

Now occupied Hostel at sunset . .

7th November 2011 . .

Project shown (by Ims) as 'Completed' . .

12 - Biomass Power Plant | Stockton | 70m | Approved

THE Teesside skyline could get a striking new addition under plans for a new £150m green power station.

The proposed biomass power station, which is being developed by Bio Energy Investments Ltd (BEI), would be built on a site at Clarence Works, Port Clarence - directly over the River Tees from Middlehaven.

And BEI have chosen one of the UK’s leading design studios, Heatherwick Studio, to develop plans for the site which will reflect the scale and spirit of the Tees Valley regeneration.

Map highlights in red where the iconic structure will go

The team have not yet released the proposed design for the new biomass power station.

But the Gazette has had a sneak preview. The futuristic-looking structure can be best described as a volcano shaped tower, with viewing platforms cut into the side. Landscaped earthworks climb the side of the tower.

The 49 megawatt plant will generate enough power for 50,000 homes saving 140,000 tonnes a year of carbon dioxide through use of carbon neutral “biomass” – clean woodchip.

The plant would be able provide energy for local businesses and has potential to provide carbon neutral heat and power to nearby Middlehaven – supporting the developers in achieving their goal of creating a zero-carbon community.

The location of the power station will allow ships to utilise the existing wharf next to the site for all the fuel deliveries, ensuring no fuel will be delivered in lorries. This will significantly reduce the impact on local roads when the plant operates.

As well as more than £150m of investment to the area, it will also create up to 40 new jobs at the plant and 200 during construction and reinvigorate a derelict brownfield site which has not been used in more than 50 years.

Matthew Day, who is the project director for the development, said: “Teesside is building a reputation as one of the leading producers of Green energy in Britain.

“This project will provide a reliable source of low-carbon energy for the area, but we also plan to make the building a resource for the community where students, residents and visitors can access the plant and learn more about renewable energy.

‘Iconic in stature, this building is sure to become an exemplar of modern power station design; a local landmark, and also a national symbol of Britain’s strategy for Renewable Energy. We needed an ambitious design team capable of understanding and responding to the practical complexities of the project. The Heatherwick studio has brought a level of design and artistic thinking rarely associated with this typology of building and we are looking forward to working with the local community in developing the plans.’

Rising from the flat industrial landscape of Clarence Works, at first sight it looks more akin to an art gallery than a power station. Constructed entirely of organic sweeping curves, Heatherwick has created a striking building unlike any other power station in existence which is sure to become an iconic landmark on the Tees Valley skyline.

With a structure that reflects its purpose the building is, in places, literally green. For a visitor approaching, the building will seem to rise indistinguishable from the surrounding landscape. The exterior is composed of panels, which will be planted with indigenous grasses. The power station occupies only a third of its brownfield site, with the remaining four hectares to be landscaped to form natural grassland. The site is currently barren with little or no ecology, and the project will create a suitable habitat for the rare flora and fauna that return to industrial sites such as this.

13 - Norton Road Development | Stockton | Various | Demolition

'Futureboro' - June 9th 2010 . .

Able UK have started clearing the site.

Promised to be developed by 2012 we shall see mixed retail, accommodation and new "village" atmosphere.

Good to see work on this brownfield site at last!!

'Ims' - August 7th 2010 . .

Any pictures of what this development is to look like?

'bobalania' - August 7th 2010 . .

I haven't seen any information on it at all, will have a look on Stockton Councils Planning website.

14 - Dunning Road Development | Middlesbrough | 10fl | Dormant

A MAJOR development on the site of the former Middlesbrough police station is expected to get planning consent shortly. J R Property Developments are seeking approval for a hotel, office and multi-storey car park scheme on the site in Dunning Road.

The application envisages a development with a 120-bed hotel which would also include dining, conference and fitness facilities. Five office units would be provided covering 1,580sq metres. The 10-storey car park would provide 420 spaces - 100 for the hotel and offices and 320 which would be used for private contract parking by agreement with businesses and organisations in the town centre.

The overall development would step down from the car park at the back of Teesside House to the hotel and office part of the scheme, which would be seven and then five storeys high.

Middlesbrough Council’s planning committee is being recommended on Friday to give planning consent. Planning officers are reporting to the committee: “The proposed mixed-use development on this sensitive town centre site would be appropriate to both the site itself and its setting.

“As such, the proposals would enhance the surrounding environment, would promote redevelopment on a site that requires it, would secure a high standard of design that would also ensure improved accessibility and security, would contribute to an improved public realm, and would not adversely affect a listed building (the Central Library).”

A year ago plans were announced for a £20m project on the former police station site, which included a 13-storey block providing student accommodation as well as a hotel, conference and banqueting facilities, offices, and cafes, restaurants and wine bars.

Since then the plans have been developed in detailed discussions between J R Property Developments, their agents S J D Architects, and a council-appointed urban design consultant. If the project gets the go-ahead it will be the latest element of the dramatic changes in the face of Middlesbrough town centre in recent years.

December 16th 2009, demolition starts on site . .

and proceeds . .

But, by April 2010 . .

This site is now a car park with part of the existing Police HQ remaining as a plant room. It's fully tarmac now, car spaces have been marked out and a small perimeter fence is in place.

It would seem they've obviously hit financial problems and we've got another temporary car park in the town centre.

So we need to change the status of the thread title from 'demolition' to 'on hold'.

15 - Gateway | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | Various | Approved

Construction should start in September 2009 . .

A mixed use development incorporating retail and leisure development opportunities.

The proposed scheme will include in excess of 80,000 sq ft of retail warehouses, health and fitness, food and drink as well as a sixty bed hotel.

The development will create am impressive entrance to the Middlehaven Regeneration area on the banks of the River Tees in Middlesbrough.

THG have obtained detailed planning consent for the following:

* 85,000sqft non food retail warehouse units

* 45,000sqft health and fitness unit

* 60 bed hotel

* Public House

* Food court

* 2 x Restaurant units

The latest information is . .

bobalania; 4th December 2010 said:
The Gateway Middlehaven project is now due to start in July 2011.

16 - Manhattan Gate | Middlehaven, Middlesbrough | Various | U/C

Terrace Hill have been awarded Developer status for the commercial office sector known as Manhattan Gate, to be developed in five phases.

The total development will consist of 142,500 sq.ft net lettable Grade A commercial office space and A3 restaurant unit"

The initial phase, known as 1 Hudson Quay, has been completed and fully let to the Crown Prosecution Service and Hertel UK Ltd . . .

Terms have been agreed with Middlesbrough PCT for the second phase of 38,500 sq ft of high quality office accommodation, together with the provision of a further 3,500 sq ft of A3 accommodation.

How the second phase will look . .

December 2009 : No. 2 Hudson Quay under construction . .

March 2010 : finished externally . .

July 2010 : Completed.


17 - The Globe Theatre Renovation | Stockton | U/C

December 2009 . .

Plans to Revive Teesside's famous Globe Theatre Unveiled.

Plans to fully restore and relaunch one of the North East’s most historic and best known live music venues have been announced by Jomast.

A planning application has been submitted to Stockton Borough Council to bring back the famous Globe Theatre as a prestigious live performance and entertainment venue with an audience capacity of 2500.

The Globe, located on Stockton High Street, was one of the region’s best known music venues during the 1950’s and 60’s and attracted major artists including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Buddy Holly and Cliff Richard.

Originally built as a cinema in 1913, the building is still renowned for its art-deco architecture and was last used as a bingo hall before closing its doors in 1993.

However, if planning permission is given, The Globe could once again see the return of many top performance artists to Teesside and reinvent Stockton as one of the UK’s most cultural and popular live music centres.

Proposals submitted by Jomast include a multimillion pound restoration programme to retain all major elements of the existing building as used in the past as well as upgrading and installing new seating, catering and washroom facilities. It also includes extending the venue and converting an adjacent vacant property into a modern bar and bistro.

Managing Director, Stuart Monk, said, “The Globe is a very impressive and iconic building with an exceptionally rich history in live music and entertainment. We intend to completely restore it and bring it back to its former glory.

“The present external appearance and character of the buildings will be fully retained and preserved and the internal layout will be largely unchanged in order to maintain the existing space and architectural features. However, we do intend to significantly improve facilities and add a new bar area in the stalls as well as extend the existing building to create a high quality bar and bistro for pre-performance and daytime use.

“Our development plans are substantial but if granted, The Globe could once again be at the forefront of the region’s music scene and play an integral part in the revival and regeneration of Stockton town centre."

January 2010 . .

17 years on since it last opened it’s doors, take a look inside Stockton’s Globe Theatre.

With ambitious, multi-million-pound plans in the pipeline to restore Stockton’s famous Globe Theatre, the Evening Gazette has been given an exclusive look inside the once majestic art deco building that has stood empty and neglected for nearly two decades.

January 21st 2010, Mike Blackburn, Evening Gazette

February 2010 . .

Stockton Globe Theatre plans get green light.

The first step in an ambitious vision to bring back a top entertainment venue has been taken after multi-million pound plans were given the green light.

Stockton’s Globe Theatre is on its way back up after Stockton Borough Council accepted the development plans submitted by property developer, Jomast. The decision marks the beginning of a partnership to relaunch The Globe as one of the largest entertainment and performance venues in the North-east.

Plans include the restoration of the external appearance and all major elements of the building, an extension to allow for upgraded new seating, bar, catering and washroom facilities and converting an adjacent vacant property into a modern bar and bistro.

The internal layout will also be largely unchanged in order to maintain the existing space and architectural features. Richard Poundford, the council’s head of regeneration and economic development said: “It will integrate well with the live music scene already happening at a variety of levels at venues such as ARC, the Georgian Theatre, and Middlesbrough Town Hall.”

The project is expected to play an integral part in the revival of Stockton High Street and significantly boost the local economy.

February 2011 . .

Work set to start on Stockton Globe Theatre
by Sandy McKenzie, Evening Gazette, February 4th 2011

Stockton Council leader Ken Lupton inside the Globe Theatre.

THE CURTAIN is set to rise on the £4m-plus renovation of Stockton’s Globe Theatre. The project will bring music and entertainment back to the 2,500-capacity venue, and is being seen as a catalyst for rejuvenating the town’s high street.

Councillor Ken Lupton, leader of Stockton Council, said: “The Globe is a splendid building in the heart of the town and is fondly remembered by many and with enormous potential for the future. Its return is long overdue.” He said the council’s cabinet would in March consider a report on improved traffic and parking arrangements in the High Street and improving the environment of the area.

An estimated 82,500 people will visit the Globe each year and spend around £2.5m in the town centre, supporting up to 130 local jobs. Stockton-based Jomast Developments will start work within the next few weeks to restore the building - and provide the largest auditorium between Leeds and Newcastle.

18 - Victoria Harbour | Hartlepool | Various | Cancelled

Tees Valley Unlimited's Victoria Harbour is an exciting and innovative 200 acre development that opens up a fresh stretch of waterfront to the north of Hartlepool's marina.

The scheme will include first class housing, leisure and business opportunities as well as a whole raft of facilities from a proposed new school and beautifully planned open spaces to a new footbridge and coastal walk.

The plans of 2008 . . .

It’s probably the development you’ve heard least about, but this is the biggie.

Don’t expect to see much happen for a few years, but we’re talking 800 acres of prime dockland, £1bn of investment and, did someone mention the longest opening footbridge on the planet?

If you ever go from Hartlepool Marina to the Headland, you’ll know you have to travel around a whole load of something. The reason is, the whole area is fenced off by customs, because the land is owned by PD Ports, the people who operate Teesport, but they hardly use any of it.

So the plan is, over the next 25 to 30 years, to turn the dock into a whole new community and to link up Hartlepool Marina with the historic Headland.

From the air you can see, not much there . . .

Just look at the scale of it though.

3,430 homes, schools and 57,000 square metres of office space.

These plans have now been scrapped, as far as anyone knows. The 'Project Thread' suffix has been therefore changed to CANCELLED.

19 - Cargo Fleet Business Centre | Middlesbrough | 3fl | Completed

£1.5m Cargo Fleet building redevelopment to start
October 1st 2010, Evening Gazette

PLANS to redevelop a landmark office building in Middlesbrough are back on track. A £1.5m refurbishment of the Edwardian Cargo Fleet building gets underway on Monday - and owners Python Properties are hoping the project can kickstart the regeneration of the surrounding area.

The derelict three-storey building - formerly the headquarters of British Steel Teesside, followed by Redcar and Cleveland Council - will be restored to its former glory. Top-quality office and business space will sit alongside a heritage centre, built in conjunction with Teesside University, displaying the area’s proud ironworks, steelmaking and ship-building history.

Python Properties first mooted the refurbishment plans in 2008, but bank funding was pulled when the recession hit. “It’s taken nearly two years to get the project going again,” said Python Properties partner, Peter Broome, “but now we’re planning to open the doors by next March.

“The building is a well-known industrial landmark. It’s seen as a beacon development, which will, in our experience, have a knock-on effect of levering funding for other projects in the area. We’ve already had interest from businesses that want to take space.

Python Properties, assisted by Tees Valley Unlimited, has secured a £400,000 grant from the Single Programme, awarded by One North East and matched with commercial funding from Santander Bank. The developer will also invest up to £750,000 in the project. Richard Buckley, director of delivery at Tees Valley Unlimited, said: “Cargo Fleet is one of Middlesbrough’s most recognisable buildings and I’m certain Python Properties will restore it to its former glory. The building is a key piece of the regeneration jigsaw across the town.”

The building was originally built by Cargo Fleet Iron Company in 1916.

This is a landmark office building only 5 minutes drive from Middlesbrough town centre. With the A66 close by the building features excellent road links. Formally the headquarters of British Steel, Cargo Fleet Business Centre lends a prestigious, grand air to businesses associated with it.

The area is situated close to the Skippers Lane Business Park.

Features will include:

• High spec new conversion
• Bespoke office layout to your requirements
• Prestigious manned reception
• Highest quality finishes
• Ground floor Heritage Exhibition Space and Bistro
• Excellent security with dedicated secure car parking (200 cars).

Then, on April 1st 2011, the "Original Sign" for the Cargo Fleet building was uncovered during renovation work . .

20 - Crown House Refurbishment | Middlesbrough | 6fl | U/C

Proposals . .

The building as it currently is . .

Our crowning glory to rise
December 1st 2010, by Mike Hughes, Evening Gazette

A landmark building which has stood empty for a number of months is to be transformed into a hi-tech centre for enterprise and business development. Crown House, near the railway station in Middlesbrough, was built in the 1960s and was previously used as Government offices. Earlier this year, Teesside businessmen Nasser Din and Riaz Hameed took on the building and have now announced their plans to create a new hub for up and coming entrepreneurs.

Nasser’s company Supreme Property Developments is investing close to £3m to transform the building, with a further £750,000 of funding from Middlesbrough Council and £650,000 from One North East’s Single Programme pot, secured by Tees Valley Unlimited

Stephen Catchpole, managing director of TVU, said: “Crown House is one of the key pieces of Middlesbrough’s redevelopment jigsaw, so I’m pleased that after standing empty for so long it will now be transformed into premier business accommodation. SPD is showing real confidence and I’m sure that confidence will help draw out the town’s potential entrepreneurs of the future.”

David Cramond, director of capital development at One North East, said: “This development will breathe much needed new life into Crown House and encourage a new wave of employment opportunities in Middlesbrough town centre.”

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UPDATE, 24th February 2011 . .

Middlesbrough's Crown House to be transformed
by Sandy McKenzie, Evening Gazette, February 24th 2011

A KEY Middlesbrough Office block and square in the heart of the town are undergoing a transformation. Crown House which has been empty for some time will be transformed into modern retail and office accommodation, with improvements to the adjacent Zetland Square and the surrounding area.

The office building, near Middlesbrough’s historic railway station, was built in the 1960s and was formerly home to Government offices. Teesside businessmen Nasser Din and Riaz Hameed took on the building and are putting in place plans create a new hub for up-and-coming entrepreneurs.

The square and the ground floor of Crown House will be opened up by the removal of the raised beds and trees. New paving, street furniture and lighting will give the square a more contemporary feel.

An innovative and low energy lighting system will be installed beneath the A66 flyover that will transform this space at night.

The railway underpass will also be re-modelled and re-landscaped to provide a more attractive and user-friendly route through to Middlehaven. Improved lighting will be used to enhance the route at night.

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One of two 'Progress Photos' posted by Ims on 7th November 2011 . .

21 - Psyche Store Hotel Extension | Middlesbrough | 6fl | Approved

lms; 6th December 2010 said:
Looks like Steve Cochrane, the owner of Psyche, is still interested in building a hotel and restaurant above his Psyche clothes store.

He has just applied to renew his original planning permission which is due to expire. New application M/FP/2139/07/P. Original application M/FP/2139/07/P

Also, here is part of the newspaper article about this, from 2007 . . .

Psyche Clothes Store owner plans futuristic Middlesbrough Hotel
November 14th 2007, by Alli Pyrah, Evening Gazette

The owner of Teesside clothes store Psyche has launched a formal bid for planning permission to build a futuristic hotel on top of his Middlesbrough shop.

Psyche owner Steve Cochrane is seeking permission from Middlesbrough Council for the three-storey extension to the store in Linthorpe Road, which will include a rooftop restaurant and glass elevator offering panoramic views of the Tees Valley.

Its 42 bedrooms, each decorated in the style of a different fashion designer, are expected to cost in the region of £100 for a twin room or £150 for a suite per night.

They will be constructed off-site as a series of pods, which will then be fitted together on top of the building. “We are trying to make a very iconic landmark building which is very prestigious and is going to help regenerate the area,” said Steve.

“Middlesbrough is notoriously under-developed as far as hotels are concerned. We get a lot of people visiting and so does the university and places like The Mall and the occupancy rate for The Thistle is very high.

He has also contacted the producers of the Channel 4 property development programme Grand Designs to see if they would be interested in featuring the project on their show.

The extension would take the Psyche building, which currently has 35,000sq ft of retail space, up to 60,000sq ft.

Anyone who wishes to comment on the application can do so online at or by writing to the planning department of Middlesbrough Council, PO Box 99A, Town Hall, Middlesbrough, TS1 2QQ.

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UPDATE on 12th February 2011 . .

Approval given for £5m hotel plans at Psyche in Middlesbrough
Sandy McKenzie, Evening Gazette

PLANS for a £5m hotel and restaurant development at Middlesbrough’s Psyche store have been given planning consent for a further three years.
Under new planning rules Psyche applied to replace the previous planning consent for the hotel and restaurant development, which has now expired, with a new permission for the next three years.

Planning officers reported to Middlesbrough Council’s planning committee the proposed development would represent virtually a new building on top of the existing building. They said: “On balance the proposed scale and modern design are considered to be a potential local landmark in the making as indeed appears to be the case with the magnet of the existing Psyche store for similar uses in Linthorpe Road.”

Mr Cochrane told the Gazette: “We have put a lot of time and effort into this including drawing up the plans and the structural designs. “I can’t see it happening this year but I would hope to see it constructed in 2012 or 2013.

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22 - Myplace (ex Custom House) | Middlesbrough | 2fl | Completed

From the Myplace Website . .

Myplace Middlesbrough "The new generation leading regeneration".

The Custom House, standing in the shadow of the Transporter Bridge - the symbol of Middlesbrough which straddles the River Tees - is a building which triggers strong emotions.

Architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner declared the Custom House to be "the most dignified building of the first Middlesbrough." Wendy Kelly of Middlesbrough Council, who wrote the successful myplace bid and describes herself as a truffle pig for funding, says, "It's old, it's shabby, it's derelict."

And the young people of Middlesbrough, on the day they chose the Grade II listed Custom House to be their place for myplace, looked up at it and said, "It's grand, it's imposing - we love it."

A couple of PHOTOS taken of progress made by April 2011 . .

Ims reports that project now completed - 1st March 2012 . .

Future is bright as Myplace opens its doors
by Sandy McKenzie, Evening Gazette

AN HISTORIC Middlesbrough building has been converted to provide a 21st Century facility for the borough’s young people. Youngsters have helped to plan and design the £4.3m Myplace centre - which has been created in the Custom House in St Hilda’s.

It will first open its doors on Monday and there will be an increase in activity at the centre over the coming few weeks, but it comes as a raft of other public buildings in the borough face the axe after council budget cuts. The listed building dates back to 1837 and its redevelopment was paid for through cash allocated by the previous Government.

Middlesbrough Myplace is one of 63 such centres across the country - they are also in the pipeline in Stockton, Redcar and Cleveland and Hartlepool.

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23 - Gibson House (ex Cleveland Club) | Middlesbrough | 3fl | Completed

Former Cleveland Club building set for £1m revamp
May 26 2010, by Sandy McKenzie, Evening Gazette

NEW life is set to be breathed into a historic Middlesbrough building. Green Lane Capital is planning to spend £1m on the former Cleveland Club building in Cleveland Street. The company plans to create premium office space in the heart of the oldest part of Middlesbrough.

It is the second historic property in the town to be developed by the company this year - work started last month on the Kirby College residential project.

Now renamed Gibson House, after the architect who designed the building, and who worked alongside Sir Charles Barry on the Houses of Parliament, the £1m development will provide 6,000sq ft of office space and 20 parking spaces in a prime central location.

"Our plans for Gibson House mean it will become the perfect location for a company who wants an impressive office building in a central location.”

Chris said: “Gibson House is a Grade II listed building and we want to ensure we renovate sympathetically so we are consulting extensively with experts. We aim to begin work later this year, and envisage a company being able to move in by the end of 2011.”

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Two PHOTOS taken in April 2011 . .

Project title changed to U/C after this photo from Ims on 7th Nove 2011 . .

COMPLETED Project shown in the below excellent photo, taken on a very wet day by Handsome C on 11th May 2012 . .

24 - Endeavor House | Middlesbrough | 20fl |55m | Dormant

First proposed in 2006 by Mandale to occupy the site of the former Jumpin Jaks nightclub (originally the Odeon) and comprising of a 113m, 27 floor tower with 600 student appartments, offices and luxury flats. The plans were given outline approval, but subsequently dropped.

For discussion of the original proposal, see here:

A second, much smaller design was subsequently proposed, at around 20 floors (55m). This was initially rejected by the council planning committee but approved on appeal.

(Images: Mandale Commercial)

Despite this, the site has remained dormant. Although a planning application has been submitted to use the site as a car park, Mandale have not completely dropped the plans for Endeavor House and may resume with the project when the economy recovers.

25 - Southfield Road Mosque | Middlesbrough | 5fl | Proposed

Proposed :

Erection of new mosque/community centre (5 storeys) including car parking, boundary wall/railings & additional access

Location :

30 Southfield Road

Photos and Renders :

26 - The Gateway (Neuro-Centre) | Middlesbrough | Various | Completed

£10m Teesside neuro-centre plans unveiled
by Sandy McKenzie,
Evening Gazette Oct 20 2011

An impression of the proposed centre, which would be near Middlesbrough College

PEOPLE with neurological conditions could get a boost after plans for a £10m centre were unveiled. The state-of-the-art centre - The Gateway - will be the first of its kind in the country.

Based at Middlesbrough’s Middlehaven site it will help people in their recovery from serious brain or spinal injury and other neurological conditions.

The proposals include a residential “step forward” rehabilitation facility, a health and wellbeing centre for the whole community and a range of transitional and supported living options.

If approved, the project, on a site next to Middlesbrough College, could see the creation of more than 100 jobs.

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Update posted by Ims on 20th March 2012 . .

Go-ahead for £10m neuro rehab unit at Middlehaven
by Andy Passant, Evening GazetteMar 20 2012

An artist's impression of the £10m Gateway development at Middlehaven MULTI-MILLION pound plans for a new neurological unit on Teesside have been given the go-ahead.

27 - Liberty's Student Flats | Middlesbrough | 6fl | Proposed

28 - Acklam Hall Redevelopment | Middlesbrough | Various | U/C

The Acklam Hall Development

Acklam Hall is a complex of buildings, the historic core of which dates from the 17th century. It is a building of significant national importance and is the only Grade 1 Listed Building in Middlesbrough.

Ownership of the site is split between Middlesbrough College and Middlesbrough Council, the Hall itself is owned by Middlesbrough College. The Council and Middlesbrough College have been working together to identify an appropriate developer for the site. In selecting a preferred developer the overriding goal was to achieve a high quality conservation-led development that secures the restoration of the Hall and its historic surroundings.

Acklam Hall ltd has been selected as the preferred developer and following an extensive period of consultation the developer has now submitted a number of planning applications to develop the site.

These consist of :

•Conservation Area Consent and a Listed Building Consent applications to demolish a number of buildings on the site and restore any parts of the Hall which interface with the buildings to be removed. The reference numbers for these applications are M/CAC/1044/11/P and M/LBC/1045/11/P respectively

•A planning application for works to the Hall (reference number M/FP/1046/11/P)

The following elements of the application are for outline planning permission only

•The conversion of the Hall to a restaurant / function facilities and hotel
•The erection of an extension to the Hall
•The erection of a Nursing Home
•Landscape improvements / management.

The following elements of the application are for full planning permission

•The erection of 56 residential dwellings
•A doctors surgery incorporating 2 medical practices, a pharmacy and associated parking.

The plans and documents associated with each application can be viewed in the Development Control Office at the Civic Centre. To view these please contact the case officer Shelly Vickers to arrange a convenient time to do so. Shelly can be contacted on 01642 729462 or by email at [email protected]

29 - BOHO 5 | Middlesbrough | 6fl | Completed

BOHO 5 Middlesbrough scheme means hundreds of jobs.
by Sandy McKenzie, Evening Gazette, February 26th 2013

A £4.2m scheme to build a fifth part of the Boho complex in Middlesbrough aimed at creating hundreds of jobs is planned.

The new building - Boho Five - would be built on a site at Middlehaven between Bridge Street East and Winward Way.

It would be “a business incubation unit” to provide premises for new businesses looking to establish themselves in the digital sector.

It will also build on the success of the Boho Zone in Middlesbrough.

Charlie Rooney, Middlesbrough Council’s executive councillor for regeneration and economic development is being asked on Thursday to approve the council taking a lead on the project.

Cash for the scheme would be sought from the European Regional Development Fund and the Homes and Communities Agency

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Then, on 17th June 2013, Forum Member Ims announced . . .

"According to the Gazette, Boho 5 has now got the money to go ahead and is due to start later this Year. It is to be built on the grass verge opposite the Lord Byron pub, next to the railway line. Next time im down there I will get some photos of the proposed site."

30 - Middlesbrough Sports Village | Middlesbrough | Various | Proposed

£18m Middlesbrough sports complex plans revealed
Evening Gazette, 15th September 2013

Artists impression of the proposal

Ambitious plans have been revealed for an iconic £18m sports hub for Middlesbrough - which it is hoped will become a major regional sporting destination. The Middlesbrough Sports Village will replace some of the town’s older sports facilities, creating a first-class complex for both mainstream and specialist sports. The development will also open up a much-needed second link road to The James Cook University Hospital, and see the creation of hundreds of extra parking spaces at the hospital site. This will reduce traffic congestion on Marton Road and help with access and parking issues at James Cook.

Key elements of the first phase include:

Athletics field and stadium featuring 400m track with 10-lane straights and eight-lane bends and spectator seating;
Enhanced and extended indoor tennis courts and improved outdoor courts;
75-station gym and studios;
Full-size flood-lit artificial turf pitch (ARP) and small-sized ATPs;
Grass football pitches.
Developers Willmott Dixon have been appointed to construct the new athletics facility, with work due to start in the new year, subject to Executive and planning approvals to be discussed on Tuesday.

The development is the latest phase of Middlesbrough’s transformation programme which followed the Coalition Government’s announcement in 2010 of sweeping cuts to the public sector. Under Middlesbrough Council’s first tranche of cuts, it was announced that the ageing Clairville Stadium site would close, with the land sold for housing and other commercial uses and the initial £18m investment in the new sports village forming part of the council’s capital programme. The overall masterplan also incorporates the development of around 360 homes on the former Prissick depot, Tennis World, Ashdale PRU and Brackenhoe East School sites.

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31 - Middlesbrough Snow Centre | Middlesbrough (Middlehaven) | Various | Approved ]

Middlesbrough Snow Centre plans 'to make major step forward' next month
By James Cain, The Gazette, 21st December 2015

While there’s not much chance of a white Christmas this year, all-year-round snow could be on the way as plans for a ski centre / snow centre take a major step forward. A planning application for a multi-million pound facility in Middlesbrough will be submitted in the new year following a public consultation, it was confirmed today.

The project, by Teesside-based company Cool Runnings, will involve a £30m private investment and create around 350 jobs. It has also be announced that Gravity Trampoline Parks will open a centre as part of the development. The proposed leisure hub, to be built in Middlehaven next to Middlesbrough College, received overwhelming positive feedback from the public, those behind the project say. "Many responses were from people across the wider North-east, who currently must travel to Castleford or Manchester. Among the more than 1,000 response included comments from a Middlesbrough man who said the proposals were “fantastic, exactly what the area needs, something different and interesting that will kick start the area and allow kids to embrace a great pastime”. A woman from Durham added: “I think this would be great for the North-east” and a woman from Washington saying “The North-east needs this. Bring snow to Middlesbrough. Can’t wait for the plans to become a reality.”

Rachael Howson, of Cool Runnings, said: “We are delighted with the responses we have received from the public consultation. Both in terms of volume and content, it has shown there is a real appetite for a development such as this. “We have been asked how things are progressing with the project and we are happy to report that a lot of work has been going on behind the scenes and we expect to submit an outline planning application early in the new year.”

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32 - Centre Square Office Development | Middlesbrough | Various | Approved

Radical Middlesbrough town centre development would 'rival anything in Newcastle or Leeds and create 1,500 jobs'
By Ian Johnson, Evening Gazette, 31st August2016

Up to 1,500 jobs could be created under ambitious plans that could transform part of Middlesbrough's town centre into a state-of-the-art office block. A 200,000 sq ft chunk of Centre Square could be redeveloped in what could bring a £1m-a-year boost to the local economy.

Middlesbrough Council wants to create the best office space between Newcastle and Leeds, with the goal of attracting white-collar investors who would have previously shunned Teesside. The plans could help end the region-wide office investment drought which, since the 1980s, has seen firms pass on Teesside’s budget units in favour of plusher sites elsewhere.

Among the businesses already being touted to move in are engineering and financial firms, while shops and restaurants could move into the unit’s ground floor. It’s hoped the new offices could be a “catalyst” for further development. “(The plans) would go some way to kick-starting a scheme to re-establish a professional service quarter in Middlesbrough town centre. The aim is to create a centre for business activity which is demonstrably the best office accommodation between Leeds to the south and Newcastle to the north,” the council states.

33 - TEESAMP (The 'Tees Advanced Manufacturing Park') | Middlebrough | Various | Preparation

Minister encourages manufacturers to “Make it in Middlesbrough” as work begins on TeesAMP

20th September 2018

Diggers rolled on site – watched by the Business Secretary Greg Clark – to begin work on a transformational scheme set to bring 1,000 high quality manufacturing jobs to the Tees Valley. Greg Clark, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, was on hand at a special ceremony to mark the start of work on TeesAMP – the £55m home of advanced manufacturing in the North. The Cabinet Minister called on manufacturers from around the world to “Make it in Middlesbrough” as he helped put the first spade in the ground at the 11 hectare site.

Representatives from hydraulic engineering specialist Industrial and Marine Hydraulics Ltd (IMH) – the first company to agree tenancy terms for the £55m park – joined senior public and private sector leaders from across the region. TeesAMP is funded by £12.5m from Middlesbrough Council, £7.65m from Tees Valley Combined Authority, £2.3m from the SSI Taskforce and some private investment.

The first phase of the project will deliver 180,000 sq ft of advanced manufacturing space across 17 buildings.

Business Secretary Greg Clark, who was born and raised in Normanby, said: “I’m pleased to be part of the ground-breaking of the Tees Advanced Manufacturing Park which will play a hugely important role in driving forward delivery of our modern Industrial Strategy in the North East while bringing 1,000 highly skilled jobs to the region.” Guests at the launch were shown plans for the extensive development, which aims to address a national shortage of high quality buildings for the advanced manufacturing sector.

The team behind TeesAMP is already in advanced talks with a range of manufacturers that are keen to call the Tees Valley home. Once completed, the first phase of TeesAMP will be home to at least 17 advanced manufacturing companies and it is expected to generate hundreds of millions of gross value added for the Tees Valley economy.

Dave Budd, Mayor of Middlesbrough, said: “TeesAMP is a clear symbol of our ambition, not just for Middlesbrough but for the whole of the Tees Valley.
“This is a development of national significance that will attract major investment, delivering jobs, skills and long-term prosperity.” Ben Houchen, Tees Valley Mayor, said: “TeesAMP is a game-changing opportunity to attract cutting-edge advanced manufacturing firms to the Tees Valley. “The more businesses we have investing, employing, training and exporting in our area the better for local workers. It’s fantastic to see the work beginning to make our ambitious vision a reality.

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34 - Hampton by Hilton Hotel | Stockton | 6 Fl | Completed

This new hotel is now officially open.

35 - Alma Street Apartments | Stockton | Various | U/C

Sitting just on the edge of Stockton Town Centre, next to Stockton Station.

The development will be made up of 34 apartments, houses and bungalows for affordable rent.

The homes are due to be completed in December 2019.


36 - Cornell Quarter Student Accommodation | Middlesbrough | 6fl | U/C

37 - BOHO X (Digital City) | Middlesbrough | 3x 20fl | Pre-Planning

Teesside is set to see minimum 3, 20 floor buildings rise close to the existing BOHO zone at Middlehaven. a £45 million pound initial investment and part of an overall £250 million scheme to make Middlesbrough/Teesside THE Digital City of the UK.

The plans include building the highest office and residential towers for 30 miles in an initial £45m phase to transform Teesside’s skyline.

Proposals also include a digital campus, a 750-seat indoor amphitheatre beneath a glass atrium and a 400-seat outdoor amphitheatre to host events such as lectures, cultural events and entertainment. It will lead to 1,000 new jobs in the digital and creative industries, rising to 2,000 jobs in future phases, it is claimed.

They claimed it would be “the biggest single investment in Middlesbrough’s history”.

38 - BOHO 8 | Middlesbrough | Various | Pre-Planning

Sneak preview of the proposed Boho 8 by Seymour Architecture. Planning application will be lodged later this week.

Boho 8 is a 2.5m development of modular units which will create flexible, adaptable accommodation for the changing needs of a dynamic digital and creative industry. The location of the site is directly behind Boho 1 and manufacture of the units is scheduled to commence in early March 2020. The site works will follow in June and operations on site will only take ten weeks with completion at the end of August 20

39 - Northern School of Art - New Campus | Middlesbrough | 3Fl | U/C

The long established Northern School of Art will move to a new home in Middlesbrough town centre


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