Let’s rewind back to 2013 and see how this huge housing estate has evolved over the years. From the building of the local community centre through to the start of Cell C, the continuation of Cell F and the earliest progress on the town centre.
2013 build summary for Newcastle Great Park
Community Centre nearing completion
Open space footpaths near Cell G under construction
Work starts on Brunton Grange phase 2
Hive of activity in Cell C, Elmwood Park Court & View
Roseden Way under construction, connecting East Moor Village to main Cell F development
Cell G, Greenside, almost complete
Cell F phase 1, Brunton Village & Brunton Grange almost complete
Landscaping & Public Spaces
Most of Great Park is privately owned and maintained – i.e. it’s not council land and a service charge covers maintenance of the substantial green areas and flood protection systems.
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