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TeesAMP Developer Launches New Regeneration Venture

Geoff Hogg, the mastermind behind the £55m Tees Advanced Manufacturing Plants (TeesAMP) has launched a brand new venture focused on regenerating sites across the UK. Chaloner Group will look to deliver regeneration projects – not just in their home region of the Tees Valley but also across the wider UK.

Posted by: Nathan Spencer

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Planning Application Submitted for £260m Gateshead Quays

Joint venture partners Ask Real Estate and Patrizia (Ask:Patrizia) have submitted a full planning application for the £260m Gateshead Quays scheme. The mixed-use development – which will include a 12,500 capacity arena – has been designed alongside world-renowned architect HOK. The development will also include an international conference and exhibition centre, a hotel and restaurants, […]

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University’s Former Hospital Regeneration Plans Moves Forward

Newcastle University’s plans to transform the former General Hospital site in the city have moved a step forward – with fresh plans revealed. The University is hoping to develop a world-leading centre for scientific and academic research looking into healthy ageing and living. They’ve now announced GSSArchitecture as their partner to help develop a masterplan […]

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Deal Struck On SSI Redcar Steelworks Site

Today (20th February) a major announcement has been made – the Tees Valley Combined Authority has struck a deal to purchase the 840-acre former SSI Redcar Steelworks site. All land assets will be acquired by the regional authority, and plans for an integrated port facility to be built at Redcar Bulk Terminal and a state-of-the-art […]

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Focus on Making a “Real Difference” says Mayor Driscoll

“There’s no automatic connection between growth and well-being, I don’t care about growth, I care about people being able to pay their bills, that small business has a secure pipeline of work”- Jamie Driscoll, Mayor of the North of Tyne Combined Authority (NTCA) delivered an impassioned keynote at the recent Built Environment Networking North-East Development […]

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Major one-day conference to delve into economic growth opportunities in the North East

On Wednesday (8th January 2020), prominent business and public sector leaders will come together at the North East Development Conference – the region’s largest construction and real estate conference of the year. The event, hosted by Built Environment Networking, will see some of the biggest names from regional business, politics and local government lead a […]

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Karbon Homes Scheme Receives Green Light

Karbon Homes new development in the North East has been given the green light – a scheme which will transform the former Sunderland College campus which has remained derelict since 2016. The £20m project will see the development of 105 new homes in a variety of styles with generous proportions of landscaped space, with the […]

Posted by: Nathan Spencer

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Building a strong future in the North East

By Helen Golightly, Chief Executive, North East Local Enterprise Partnership: I’m very happy to be able to begin the New Year by speaking at the North East Development Conference, which takes place in Newcastle on Wednesday 8 January. I will be speaking alongside representatives from some of our universities, who will be discussing their ambitious […]

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Exclusive Q&A – North East LEP

Ahead of the North East Development Conference; supported by the North East Combined Authority, we’ve been speaking exclusively to Helen Golightly – Chief Executive of the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) – to hear about the exciting opportunities for economic growth across the region…   Q. The North East LEP plays a crucial role […]

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