Location: Blyth, Northumberland

Local authority: Northumberland County Council

Postcode of nearby property: NE24 5SU

Size: 9.5 hectares / 24 acres

Site status: Planning permission granted

Project Description

Work started on site in November 2009. Full remediation, that is the removal of pollution or contaminants from environmental media such as soil, groundwater, sediment, or surface water, took place first before the initial phase, the community school (Morpeth Road Primary Academy school), was built. Around 250 new homes, including purpose built flats for people with learning difficulties are to be built in the next few years. The houses will be a mixture of predominantly two and three bedroomed homes. The homes should be built by 2020. These homes will be built using sustainable construction methods and materials as much as possible. There is also an opportunity, which we are exploring, for the homes to be heated through renewable energy sources.  Throughout this on-going project Banks Property has worked well and closely with the key public sectors bodies; namely the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and Northumberland County Council.

History

The project site was a former colliery site with a rail head, port sidings, a coal stocking area and post World War II housing.

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