The East Pilgrim Street area is identified as a key site in the Core Strategy and Urban Core Plan (CSUCP) and represents one of the most strategically important City Centre regeneration areas in the north of England. Newcastle has consistently been identified as a location for major retail growth and provides the space for the retail, leisure and commercial core to expand.

Development frameworks will provide guidance on how East Pilgrim Street can come forward in a phased manner as there is a need to have a co-ordinated and comprehensive approach to development. The frameworks will provide guidance to promote development whilst sustaining and enhancing the character and appearance of the historic environment.

Two development frameworks are being prepared for the area which cover the East Pilgrim Street allocation in the CSUCP.

The northern area of the East Pilgrim Street site is allocated for retail led development which will provide a new retail destination supported by a mix of uses. The central and southern areas will be developed for mixed uses including offices, residential and leisure. The East Pilgrim Street Development Frameworks will be a material consideration for all applications within the area.

Below is our interactive map of the areas.  You can zoom in and move around, click on the area for more info, and switch the aerial photography on or off.  Click the top right button to open the map up in a bigger screen.

Adoption of the East Pilgrim Street Development Frameworks

The development frameworks were formally adopted by Newcastle City Council on 21 November 2016.

Copies of the development frameworks are available to view at Newcastle City Council, Customer Service Centre, Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8QH, telephone 0191 278 7878 (Monday to Friday 9am to 4:30pm), and Newcastle City Library.

Contact
Email: PlanningPolicy@newcastle.gov.uk
Phone: 0191 211 5004

Previous Consultation

The council consulted on the Draft East Pilgrim Street Development Framework from 28 July to 8 September 2016. Following consultation, the council have prepared an updated consultation statement.

Page last updated: 
26 July 2017
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