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Little snippet of information that I have on my hard drive :

The Jewish Cemetery was founded in 1835 when the Jewish Community in Newcastle purchased a plot of land, which at that time lay outside of the City Walls in an undeveloped area which was basically "countryside". However with the development and expansion of the Town Centre the Cemetery became jealously viewed by the developers of the time.

Plans were made for the area, including “The Tyne Theatre and Opera House”. Unhappy with the decision by Newcastle's Town Fathers to permit the development the Jewish Community appealed to the then Prime Minister, Lord Palmerston, but to no avail and the plans were authorised.

However, as part of the ultimate agreement to sell off the Cemetery, a section measuring some 55 square yards was to be preserved as a testimonial to the fact that a Jewish Cemetery had been there. That is what remains to this day.


Found this on the Temple Street Synagogue @ http://www.jewishgen.org/JCR-uk/community/newcast_temple/index.htm

Official Name: Temple Street Synagogue
Address: Temple Street, Newcastle
Date Formed: 13 July 1838
Current Status: Closed about 1878
Ritual: Ashkenazi Orthodox
Congregation Numbers: 1845 - congregation had about 33 adults and 33 children

Also this @ http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=253&letter=N

in 1838, the first regular synagogue was erected in Temple street. By 1868 the synagogue had become too small for the increasing community, and another congregation was formed under the presidency of J. de Hart, a place of worship being acquired in Charlotte square. In 1873, through the efforts of the Rev. A. L. Green, an amalgamation was arranged between the two congregations. Six years later the foundation-stone of the United Synagogue was laid by De Hart, and the building, in Leazes Park Road, was consecrated in the following year (1880). At the present time (1904) the synagogue has 220 seat-holders. There are various charities, clubs, and friendly societies, besides a bet ha-midrash

Read more: http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=253&letter=N#ixzz1GnBPyADD




Now I might be talking through my back side here, but as part of the deal to sell off the land the Jewish Community were granted their own cemetery that remains to this day in Hazlerigg.
I find it hard to believe that Bensham isn't mentioned in the Jewish Encyclopedia. It is after all the largest Jewish community outside of Poland I think?
 

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I find it hard to believe that Bensham isn't mentioned in the Jewish Encyclopedia. It is after all the largest Jewish community outside of Poland I think?

Do you have any information on the history (etc) of the Jewish area at Bensham, Squipper?

Strangely, not only is it not mentioned in the extract from the encyclopaedia that Steve is quoting from, it does not seem to have been covered on this forum yet, either!

We have discussed 'Jewish-related issues and history' quite often on the forum, but there is nothing about the Bensham area listed here . . .

JEWISH ISSUES (SYNAGOGUES/CEMETERIES, ETC) IN NEWCASTLE AND THE NORTH EAST . . .
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Bernstones Jewellers of Blackett Street - The Jewish Family that opened it (See many other posts 'around' the first two listed below)
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=76986737&postcount=119
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=77007485&postcount=120
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=103785446&postcount=1147
Black Bull / Bodega Public House - Backing onto the 'Hidden Jewish Cemetery' on Westgate Road
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=87900562&postcount=2021
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=87907467&postcount=2027
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Cemetery - Jewish Cemetery in Newcastle at Thornton St/Peel Lane ('The Hidden Cemetery')
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http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=74406423&postcount=916
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=74408073&postcount=919
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=74413043&postcount=925
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=74416621&postcount=927
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=87833927&postcount=2006
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=87834069&postcount=2007
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=87845340&postcount=2012
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Eskdale Terrace Synagogue, Jesmond, Newcastle
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http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=74787807&postcount=1133
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=74789765&postcount=1134
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Gateshead Jewish Settlements
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Jewish Newcastle and 'St Johns Cemetery' in Elswick
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=77512993&postcount=1121
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Leazes Park Road Synagogue - Subsequently became 'Leazes Arcade' shopping, now residential accommodation
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=46490389&postcount=73
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=46490999&postcount=75
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=46492397&postcount=76
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=105456891&postcount=3953
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=105457083&postcount=3954
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North East Jewish Community Fades- A BBC News Article on 17th May 2011
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=77959654&postcount=2054
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Ravensworth Synagogue, Summerhill
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=74555941&postcount=952
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Thornton Street Synagogue
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=76963157&postcount=117
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=77514081&postcount=1122
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The above listing is from the Index Thread under "J" for 'Jewish Issues', and there is also a reasonable sized listing about 'Bensham' (under "B" and under "G" for 'Gateshead') but the topic isn't listed in either of those.

It would be a useful subject to cover, because (as you say) it is quite a significant area.
 

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Do you have any information on the history (etc) of the Jewish area at Bensham, Squipper?

Strangely, not only is it not mentioned in the extract from the encyclopaedia that Steve is quoting from, it does not seem to have been covered on this forum yet, either!

We have discussed 'Jewish-related issues and history' quite often on the forum, but there is nothing about the Bensham area listed here . . .

The above listing is from the Index Thread under "J" for 'Jewish Issues', and there is also a reasonable sized listing about 'Bensham' (under "B" and under "G" for 'Gateshead') but the topic isn't listed in either of those.

It would be a useful subject to cover, because (as you say) it is quite a significant area.
Strangely enough there is a Wikipedia article about the Bensham Jewish community:

The community was established at the end of the 19th century when Eastern European Jewish refugees, Eliezer Adler and Zachariah Bernstone chose to leave the Newcastle upon Tyne congregation, which they viewed as too lenient in religious matters, and crossed the river to set up a new synagogue.[2] Following the Holocaust, Gateshead became home to the largest Orthodox Jewish education complex in postwar Europe, and the most significant outside of the United States and Israel. This can partly be attributed to the arrival of Orthodox Jewish refugees who were fleeing the European mainland during the Nazi era. As a result, Gateshead became an important centre of Torah Judaism.
The Gateshead Talmudical College is an important and well known Haredi advanced yeshiva in Gateshead attracting students from all over the world.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_North_East_England
 

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New Links (x 3) added to the Index.

There is a 'similar quote' to that given above already listed at the link in the Index to "Gateshead Jewish Settlements" (see my extract) but NOTHING more than a short quote, and of course there are three links to 'Bernstones' Jewellers Shop!
Yep, I saw that, here's an interesting Wiki page on Eliezer Adler
Eliezer Adler, born in 1866, was the founder of the Jewish Community in Gateshead, England. In honor of his historical importance, his seat in the Gateshead synagogue remains vacant.[1]
Eliezer Adler arrived in Liverpool, England in 1882 at the age of 15 as an orphan looking for a better financial support for himself and his widowed mother.
He moved to Newcastle upon Tyne and when his mother died, he needed a minyan (quorum) for memorial services. Being that the Newcastle synagogues were not up to his religious standard, Eliezer crossed the bridge to Gateshead for religious services. This eventually led to the establishment of the "Shomrei Shabbos" synagogue in 1887, the cheder (school) in 1912, Gateshead Talmudical College 1929, Gateshead Kollel in 1941, The Jewish Teachers Training College for Girls in 1944.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliezer_Adler

Found another entry on Bensham community:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jcr-uk/Community/Gateshead.htm

Still think it's odd it isn't in the Jewish Wiki.
 

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Gateshead Jewish Community

Yep, I saw that, here's an interesting Wiki page on Eliezer Adler



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliezer_Adler

Found another entry on Bensham community:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jcr-uk/Community/Gateshead.htm

Still think it's odd it isn't in the Jewish Wiki.
Text from last website http://www.jewishgen.org/jcr-uk/Community/Gateshead.htm

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One of the reasons that I have made any reference to things from it on other posts on this forum, in particular "Religious Buildings thread"

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Currently the community is about 4000 strong - it's doubled in size since the early 90s. It helped when the Sunderland Yeshiva closed and effectively merged with the Ncl one. It's now one of the world leading Jewish theological colleges [with more of an academic 'bent'].
 

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Do you have any information on the history (etc) of the Jewish area at Bensham

Strangely, not only is it not mentioned in the extract from the encyclopaedia that Steve is quoting from, it does not seem to have been covered on this forum yet, either!

We have discussed 'Jewish-related issues and history' quite often on the forum, but there is nothing about the Bensham area listed here . . .
You will be hard pressed to find much information on the "Bensham" Jewish community as they all refer to themselves as Gateshead Jews. Until the "new" synagogue was built on Bewick Road in 1938 its predecessors had all been in the Teams area. Redheugh Bridge Road, Prest Street, Corbitt Street and I think there was another one but I have forgotten it for the moment. The 1911 census shows most of the Jews living in the Teams close to the various synagogues and they obviously didn't migrate to Bensham until the Bewick Road synagogue was built. As I have mentioned elsewhere "They Docked at Newcastle and Wound up in Gateshead" by Millie Donbrow is as good a place as any to start find out about the Jews in Gateshead. I just regret I haven't got a copy.
 

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Bewick Rd synagogue and other educational/religious buildings, Gateshead

You will be hard pressed to find much information on the "Bensham" Jewish community as they all refer to themselves as Gateshead Jews. Until the "new" synagogue was built on Bewick Road in 1938 its predecessors had all been in the Teams area. Redheugh Bridge Road, Prest Street, Corbitt Street and I think there was another one but I have forgotten it for the moment. The 1911 census shows most of the Jews living in the Teams close to the various synagogues and they obviously didn't migrate to Bensham until the Bewick Road synagogue was built. As I have mentioned elsewhere "They Docked at Newcastle and Wound up in Gateshead" by Millie Donbrow is as good a place as any to start find out about the Jews in Gateshead. I just regret I haven't got a copy.
Follow up to the above post from Alf Stone some pictures of the synagogue building on Bewick Rd, taken by myself 15/05/12

But first a screen print of Google Map image showing the building, located on Bewick Rd, at junction with Rectory Rd, also showing showing some of the Jewish Community education buildings including Gateshead Talmudical College, Windermere Street.



My 15/05/12 pictures









and 29/10/13



These from myself 15/05/13 of the Windermere St Gateshead Talmudical College building





Further 12 pictures of Gateshead Jewish education buildings can be seen on this website http://www.picturesofgateshead.co.uk/jewish_community/

The synagogue has in recent years been involved with a "land swap" with Gateshead Council resulting in land for a future extension being made available set against improvements made to the adjacent park area

Also posted to "Religious Buildings" thread

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Jewish Community in Gateshead & Bewick Rd synagogue and other educational/religious buildings, Gateshead

Following up on the following posts

Questions thread posts 4381 - 4382

This Religious Buildings thread post 488

and the 19/11/13 discussion in the HISTORY and OLD PHOTOS of the North East (Areas Outside the Newcastle City Boundary) tread, posts 666 - 670
and the comments about there been little on the web concerning the Jewish Community living in Gateshead thought it may be opportune to include the following

This text from the Gateshead Council website article on pages 11 - 12 of http://www.gateshead.gov.uk/DocumentLibrary/Building/regeneration/Character-appraisal.pdf on subject of Jewish Community in Gateshead

History of the Orthodox Jewish Community

The origins of the Jewish community in Gateshead (known by its members as Kehilla – Hebrew for ‘community’) began when a number of Jews fled from persecution in Eastern Europe, to settle in Newcastle during the 1870s. One man, Zechariah Bernstone, became so unhappy with what he believed were lax religious standards within that community that he moved to Gateshead in 1881, to find a home and develop a strictly orthodox settlement. Some like-minded individuals joined him, and soon the nucleus of today’s community was born.

Initially based around Derwentwater Road, the community moved gradually towards the Bewick Road area.

However, despite being distinct from the Jewish population in Britain, in terms of its level of orthodoxy, the catalyst for gaining worldwide renown was Rabbi Dovid Dryan, who came to Gateshead in 1923. He was behind the founding of the Yeshiva, or Talmudical College, which opened with 3 pupils in 1929, at 179 Bewick Road, and quickly grew both in size and reputation.

Inevitably, as a result of the rise of fascism in Europe and persecution by the Nazis, the Gateshead community welcomed many Jewish refugees, and the reputation of the Talmudical College drew many young students from yeshivas across Europe.

To cater for its growth, the College expanded into neighbouring properties at 177 Bewick Road and on Rectory Road, and in 1961 moved into a purpose-built building on Windermere Street West, with a new dormitory block, built in place of the demolished original buildings on Bewick Road and Rectory Road, opening in 1963. Rabbi Dryan also brought about the Institute of Higher Rabbinical Studies, to provide an opportunity for further study to graduates of the Yeshiva, and this opened in 1941, headed by one of the most influential twentieth century Jewish thinkers, Rabbi E E Dessler. It was, at the time, the first such institution outside of Eastern Europe.

There are now four institutions for advanced rabbinical studies, where post-graduate research in Jewish studies is undertaken. Later, in 1944, the Jewish Teachers Training College (Bewick Road) and Gateshead Jewish Boarding School (Alexandra Road) were founded, the latter originally intended for refugees, though soon becoming the community’s secondary school for boys. The Jewish Teachers Training College, commonly known as Gateshead Sem., caters for over 300 female students, who come from all over the world to study there.

Gateshead has, in effect, become a university town, renowned in the worldwide Jewish community on the level of Oxford and Cambridge, and providing tuition to approximately 1500 students over a number of different educational institutions. Indeed, the majority of the community are directly or indirectly involved in these educational establishments, as teachers, students or in a support role, and a complete educational and social infrastructure has developed as a result.

The community remains strictly orthodox, as a natural consequence. There remains only one synagogue in Gateshead, to which the whole Jewish community belongs, and its Rabbi (known as ‘the Rov’) is respected as the community’s ultimate religious authority. This creates a unity not found elsewhere, and its structure, commitment to observance and its academic standards echo the large pre-war Jewish communities of Eastern Europe.

The Gateshead Kehilla is so well-respected worldwide, in fact, that it is sometimes referred to as the Jerusalem of Europe, and it is a highly major part of the development history of Coatsworth Conservation Area


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Synagoue, Bewick Road, Gateshead

The following planning application for the demolition of the old Synagogue and building a new one was submitted to Gateshead MBC on 11th. May 2015:

DC/15/00475/FUL | Demolition of the existing synagogue and the construction of a new shul (Synagogue), community rooms and mikvehs (ritual baths). | Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Bensham Gateshead NE8 1UF

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...iveTab=externalDocuments&keyVal=NO0SUOHKICP00



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Synagogue, Bewick Road, Gateshead - Planning Approval

The following planning application for the demolition of the old Synagogue and building a new one was submitted to Gateshead MBC on 11th. May 2015:

DC/15/00475/FUL | Demolition of the existing synagogue and the construction of a new shul (Synagogue), community rooms and mikvehs (ritual baths). | Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Bensham Gateshead NE8 1UF

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...iveTab=externalDocuments&keyVal=NO0SUOHKICP00



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From BBC Radio Newcastle - news that the scheme was granted Planning Permission on 05/08/15

Existing synagogue building is as shown on this post http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=108394443&postcount=488

Further pictures by myself from 20/06/15 showing existing building and adjacent areas







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Synagogue, Bewick Road, Gateshead - Planning Approval, follow up article

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Nothing appearing on the Chronicle Live website so this scanned copy of page 10 article from Chronicle of 06/08/15



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Synagogue, Bewick Road, Gateshead - Planning Approval confirmation

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Nothing appearing on the Chronicle Live website so this scanned copy of page 10 article from Chronicle of 06/08/15



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On Gateshead Planning Portal 11/08/15

DC/15/00475/FUL

Demolition of the existing synagogue and the construction of a new shul (Synagogue), community rooms and mikvehs (ritual baths) (additional info received 02/07/15 and 07/07/15 and amended 21/07/15).

Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Bensham Gateshead NE8 1UF

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...ils.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=NO0SUOHKICP00

Status - Grant


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Synagogue, 180 Bewick Road, Gateshead - Information & Progress pictures 29/08/16

Previously covered on Gateshead Developments thread in posts #2020 (30/05/15), 2021 & 2023 and on Religious Buildings thread on post #772, & last in Alf's post with pictures #982 on 12/08/16

Also see this from Coatsworth Rd (Gateshead) thread, post http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=109137538&postcount=78

Extracts of the scheme on Gateshead Council Planning Portal:-

DC/15/00475/FUL

Demolition of the existing synagogue and the construction of a new shul (Synagogue), community rooms and mikvehs (ritual baths) (additional info received 02/07/15 and 07/07/15 and amended 21/07/15).

Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Bensham Gateshead NE8 1UF

Decision - Grant

Decision Issued Date - Tue 11 Aug 2015

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...ils.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=NO0SUOHKICP00


A screen print to show the existing synagogue, the site area and the Bewick Rd Park & Play Area that were subject to a Gateshead Council/Jewish Community "land swap" to provide land for the new synagogue



Some further pictures by myself from Bank Holiday Monday 29/08/16 approx 1145 to show the site area at that time - little change from position shown in Alf's pictures on post #982







The Bewick Rd Park & Play Area













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Also post within Gateshead Developments thread

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Hebrew Congregational Synagogue, 180 Bewick Road, Gateshead - Approval of changes

Previously covered on:-

Gateshead Developments thread in posts #2020 (30/05/15), 2021 & 2023

on Religious Buildings thread on post #772, in Alf's post with pictures #982 on 12/08/16 & last in post #1001 on 29/08/16

and also see this from Coatsworth Rd (Gateshead) thread, post http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=109137538&postcount=78

On Gateshead Council Planning Portal on 06/09/16 approval of some changes to design of the Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Gateshead

DC/16/00872/NMA

NON MATERIAL AMENDMENT OF DC/15/00475/FUL for minor elevational changes to window and door surrounds and positions, minor amendment to the rainwater collection arrangement on the roof, and provision of disabled access/fire escape from the first floor of the north east elevation

Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Gateshead NE8 1UF

Decision - Grant

Decision Issued Date - Tue 06 Sep 2016

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...ils.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=OCGYLWHK08J00


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Demolition of the existing synagogue and the construction of a new shul (Synagogue), community rooms and mikvehs (ritual baths), Hebrew Congregational Synagogue, 180 Bewick Road, Gateshead - progress (or lack of it) 21/01/17

Work has started on clearing the site for the new Synagogue:
















My photographs on Photobucket.
Last covered with pictures by Alf in his post #1009 on 12/08/16

In respect of this project, extracts of the scheme on Gateshead Council Planning Portal:-

DC/15/00475/FUL

Demolition of the existing synagogue and the construction of a new shul (Synagogue), community rooms and mikvehs (ritual baths) (additional info received 02/07/15 and 07/07/15 and amended 21/07/15).

Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Bensham Gateshead NE8 1UF

Decision - Grant

Decision Issued Date - Tue 11 Aug 2015

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...ils.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=NO0SUOHKICP00


Whilst work started in August 2016 there appears to have been little or no change to Alf's pictures above - I know because of the amount of times I have gone past the site, last visit made on Saturday 21/01/17 AM

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Demolition of the existing synagogue and the construction of a new shul (Synagogue), community rooms and mikvehs (ritual baths), Hebrew Congregational Synagogue, 180 Bewick Road, Gateshead - information 15/05/17

Last covered with pictures by Alf in his post #1009 on 12/08/16

In respect of this project, extracts of the scheme on Gateshead Council Planning Portal:-

DC/15/00475/FUL

Demolition of the existing synagogue and the construction of a new shul (Synagogue), community rooms and mikvehs (ritual baths) (additional info received 02/07/15 and 07/07/15 and amended 21/07/15).

Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Bensham Gateshead NE8 1UF

Decision - Grant

Decision Issued Date - Tue 11 Aug 2015

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...ils.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=NO0SUOHKICP00


Whilst work started in August 2016 there appears to have been little or no change to Alf's pictures above - I know because of the amount of times I have gone past the site, last visit made on Saturday 21/01/17 AM

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On Gateshead Planning Portal 15/05/15 (in week beginning 08/05/17)

15/00475/DOC1

Discharge of conditions 3 (Archaeological Building Recording), 9 (Details of Flues), 11 (Detaiils of Kitchen Ventilation), 13 ( Materials shown on Elevation Drawings), 15 (Materials Samples), 17 (Screening of the Bin Storage), 21 (Landscape Maintenance Scheme), 25 ( Verification), 27 (Gas Protection Measures), 40 (Acoustic Plant), 45 (Implement Windows and Rooflights), 48 (Compound Methodology) of planning application DC/15/00475/FUL

Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Bensham Gateshead NE8 1UF

Application Validated - Thu 04 May 2017

Status - Awaiting decision

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...ils.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=OPFBVTHKHYV00


Things finally starting to happen regards final design etc

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Demolition of the existing synagogue and the construction of a new shul (Synagogue), community rooms and mikvehs (ritual baths), Hebrew Congregational Synagogue, 180 Bewick Road, Gateshead - information 04/12/17

On Gateshead Planning Portal 15/05/15 (in week beginning 08/05/17)

15/00475/DOC1

Discharge of conditions 3 (Archaeological Building Recording), 9 (Details of Flues), 11 (Detaiils of Kitchen Ventilation), 13 ( Materials shown on Elevation Drawings), 15 (Materials Samples), 17 (Screening of the Bin Storage), 21 (Landscape Maintenance Scheme), 25 ( Verification), 27 (Gas Protection Measures), 40 (Acoustic Plant), 45 (Implement Windows and Rooflights), 48 (Compound Methodology) of planning application DC/15/00475/FUL

Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Bensham Gateshead NE8 1UF

Application Validated - Thu 04 May 2017

Status - Awaiting decision

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...ils.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=OPFBVTHKHYV00


Things finally starting to happen regards final design etc

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The above is post #1196 from 15/05/17

Finally something starting to happen ?

On Gateshead Planning Portal on 04/12/17

EXTRACT

DC/17/01280/NMA

Proposed non-material amendment of application DC/15/00475/FUL to allow scheme of intrusive site investigation measures to be described as 'phased' scheme of intrusive site investigation measures.

Hebrew Congregational Synagogue 180 Bewick Road Bensham Gateshead NE8 1UF

Status - Decided

Decision - Grant

Decision Issued Date - Fri 01 Dec 2017

http://public.gateshead.gov.uk/onli...iveTab=externalDocuments&keyVal=OZVPWHHKK4I00


From Planning Documents the phasing plan, http://myserviceplanning.gateshead....j.pdf?DocNo=19875273&PageNo=1&content=obj.pdf

Also posted to Gateshead thread

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