Newcastle upon Tyne is the regional capital of the North East of England with approximately 1.6 million people living within 45 minutes of the city.
The city benefits from access to the main train station with intercity connections throughout the country, and excellent road communications with the A1(M) and A194(M) providing direct access to Leeds, Edinburgh and London.
Newcastle is rich in heritage with an established economy and excellent transport links, including a large airport with daily flights to global destinations.
World-class culture, vibrant night-life, award-winning dining, inspiring heritage, fantastic shopping and acclaimed architecture are all found in Newcastle.
St James’ Boulevard was commenced as a regeneration corridor in the late 1990s. The corridor was completed by 2010 and includes the construction and completion of a 12 storey car-park, a hotel (Waterloo Square), residential/commercial accommodation (Citygate) and leisure facility (Dance City). The new corridor extended the gateway to the City out from its old City Wall line and land-locked the retail zone.
The only site that remains undeveloped along the City side of St James’ Boulevard is the Rutherford Street site.
The Business School Zone is part of the Science Central Regeneration project. The project brought large-scale regeneration to the former Newcastle Breweries site. The Business School Zone included the creation of a high-rise campus (up to 19 storeys). The entire development includes the Sandman Signature Hotel, Newcastle Universities’ Business School and circa 1,800 student accommodation units, amongst other retail and leisure assets.
This phase of regeneration is now complete and fully operational, and has been delivered in just over 5 years.
University Estates, student residences, Hospital and Civic Centre. Locked in by central motorway and Retail City Centre.
Retail City Centre, including Intu Shopping Centre (Eldon Square). Locked-in by Universities, central motorway and St James’ / Leazes Park.
St James’ Park , including Leazes Park. Regeneration of St James’ Park, completed in the late 1990s, provided a new skyline for the adjacent zones and locks value into the City.
Newcastle Science Central Park. Regeneration zone brought forward between 2010 and 2020. NEW HIGH RISE CITY DISTRICT, Hadrian’s Tower located here.
Quayside office and leisure areas, developed during the 1980s, 1990s and 2000’s. Regeneration is now complete and has spread to the Gateshead side of the river.
Newcastle University has secured funding from various sources to contract the construction of the Science and Civic phase of the Science Park in the next few years. The project is worth £350m and takes in 24 acres to create a mixed-use development with over 50,000 sq ft of office space. Separately, there are over 450 homes to be constructed on the northern edge of Science Central.
Hadrian’s Tower is located between Science Central and the City Centre on St James’ Boulevard.
This is the third national centre of excellence secured on Science Central – along with the National Centre for Ageing Science and Innovation, and the National Institute for Smart Data Innovation – bringing the total investment to £90m since the beginning of the year.
This builds on work that has already begun on Science Central, part of Newcastle’s Accelerated Development Zone, which has seen significant progress over the past year. The landmark building The Core opened in November 2014 and is full to capacity.
Newcastle University delivered the first research labs in The Key which opened in February 2016 and construction of the university’s £58 million Urban Sciences Building is also well underway, opening in summer 2017. In addition, design work is underway for a Learning and Teaching Centre and Newcastle Laboratory.
One of only six designated UK Science Cities, Newcastle has an internally-renowned reputation for medical sciences. Newcastle University has expanded its existing campus in the heart of the city on to the Science Central site. Ranked in the top 100 universities in the world for life sciences and medicine, Newcastle University has been a catalyst for the sector in the city.
Based on Science Central, Newcastle Laboratory, a 76,000 sq. ft. laboratory, office and meeting space, will meet the growing demand for life science and biotechnology R&D space in the city
Newcastle University’s Urban Sciences Building will become a living laboratory and test-bed for large scale products and services that demonstrate practical solutions for global sustainability
Ranked number one in computing science research impact, Newcastle University has an international reputation for cloud computing and big data, information systems, VR and digital media
Northumbria University is leading the way in computer forensics and security, gaming and visual effects
Newcastle has one of the highest post-graduate and student retention rates in the UK
By Road – The nearest major road is the A167(M)/A1. Follow signs to St. James’ Park and the building is on St. James’ Boulevard.
By Train – The nearest train station is Newcastle Central Station.
By Metro – The nearest Metro station is St. James’ Park.
By Coach – Newcastle Coach Station is 7 minutes’ walk.
All Saints Living is a privately owned development company working in the residential sector throughout England, Wales and Scotland, and is a part of The High Street Group of Companies based in the North East of England.
Under the guidance of The High Street Group of Companies and the Chairman, Gary Forrest, All Saints Living is continuing unparalleled growth in the construction and development sector, with large residential and Private Rental Sector sites identified in Warrington, Milton Keynes, Manchester and Salford. Launched in late 2013, All Saints Living has grown substantially, with close to 150 residential units under construction. Our aim is to provide homes of the highest standard; aspirational properties that we are proud to call All Saints Living homes.
Being property developers we know the construction process thoroughly, not only from the build perspective but also from the client and end user point of view. We take time to select the finest quality products and materials, where possible using expert local tradesmen and businesses, to produce a final product that is both exclusive and contemporary.
Further developments have been completed including 26 family homes in Durham City Centre, 14 exclusive apartments on Whitehaven Marina, 5 luxury apartments in Harrogate and listed building conversions on Richmond and Hexham, the latter being nominated for two categories at the 2017 North East Property Awards. Find out more about our properties and projects at www.allsaintsliving.com
Hadrian’s Tower will be managed and developed by our sister company, All Saints Construction. For more information on the projects undertaken by All Saints Construction, and to meet the team, please visit www.allsaintsconstruction.co.uk.
Find out more about our properties and projects at www.allsaintsliving.com.