Killingworth Moor South Phase 1
Bellway and Banks Property submitted a planning application for 565 homes in Killingworth in October 2020. Killingworth Moor South is part of the Killingworth Moor Masterplan, which looks to bring forward much needed homes in North Tyneside.
Killingworth Moor was allocated in the 2015 Draft North Tyneside Local Plan Consultation as a key strategic site to contribute towards the borough’s objectively assessed needs for housing provision that will deliver approximately 2,000 new homes and approximately 17 hectares (c42 acres) of employment space at Killingworth Moor. Killingworth Moor South is one the first phases of this strategic site to be brought forward.
The project will generate new, high quality family homes help to retain families within the local area which supports local services, as well as a new spine road from Great Lime Road. It will provide affordable homes to help young families get on the property ladder, in the area where they grew up and the new homes will attract new families to the area too, increasing the spend in the local economy and strengthening the existing community. It will also maintain and create public footpaths and useable public open space.
The homes will be built to high modern standards of energy efficiency with low energy footprints. The site also benefits from over 16 hectares of open green space for local people and wildlife to enjoy.
Location: South of the B1317 along the south eastern fringe of Killingworth
Local authority: North Tyneside Council
Number of homes: 565 family homes
Site area: 38.16 hectares
Site status: Joint planning application by Bellway and Banks Property submitted to North Tyneside Council in October 2020.
Planning Application: A link to the full application can be found here.
The 565 dwellings will consist of a range of homes including: