Plans approved for Brett Wharf by FaulknerBrowns architects

Brett Wharf

Plans submitted to Gateshead Council for Brett Wharf, a transformative £35m residential-led development on the south bank of the River Tyne, have received planning approval.

Designed by FaulknerBrowns Architects on behalf of The High Street Group, the scheme represents a major phase in the development of the wider Gateshead Quayside, which has seen a radical transformation from industrial landscape, to thriving cultural destination.

The high quality mixed-use development comprises of up to 262 residential apartments for the private rented sector, as well as offices, retail, cafés and restaurants all within view of the city’s landmark bridges.

The proposals deliver a place that is varied, diverse and supported by a blend of uses that delivers active and varied use throughout the day and evening… Source and images Courtesy of FaulknerBrowns architects.

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