Photos of Newcastle

Ouseburn - The Malings


Work on a housing scheme that will bring 76 new eco-homes to the Ouseburn area of Newcastle is underway.

The homes are being constructed on the site of the former Ice Factory and Heaney's Coachworks on the banks of the Ouseburn. The design by architects Cany Ash and Robert Sakula has received national recognition, having been named winner in the Housing Design Awards 2013.


More information and plans:
Sky Tyne and Wear - Building Work Begins On Eco-Homes In Newcastle's Ouseburn Valley
The Malings - Official Site
Carillion-igloo - The Malings


I plan to add photos regularly during the construction phase but we shall begin with photos from that area taken over the last 7 years.



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1 comment:

Mr Mac said...

I will look forward to seeing how these develop.