This portfolio delivers activities to accelerate the delivery of new homes in our region, supports the regeneration of our places, and maximises the opportunity of new infrastructure investment.
It does this through major investments in brownfield land remediation and the creation of a strategic pipeline of development sites and growth corridors.
On the 30th June 2020 the North of Tyne Combined Authority were awarded £24m of Government funding to allow local authorities to target additional investment towards brownfield sites requiring intervention.
This funding will support the delivery of up to 2,500 additional homes in the North of Tyne area on brownfield land by 2025.View Project
Government has selected the North East as one of 8 national trial areas to receive a share of the £4 million Digital Connectivity Infrastructure Accelerator (DCIA). It will fund the Future Connectivity Partnership, led by the North of Tyne Combined Authority (NCTA), to boost vital 4G/5G connectivity in the region. The project will modernise the […]View Project
The Northumberland Line Economic Corridor spans the North of Tyne’s three Local Authority areas, connecting our people to key innovation and employment assets within Newcastle City Centre, our housing sites and business parks in North Tyneside, and the towns and places and growing ‘green economy’ cluster in South East Northumberland.View Project
Together, the Tyne’s businesses are powering offshore and energy innovation. The River Tyne, here in North East England, has a 700-year track record in engineering with the power to change the world. Today, it’s where businesses like Equinor, Smulders and Siemens have chosen to bring their ideas to life. The Tyne has the innovative minds […]View Project