Developers hope to complete Newcastle regeneration scheme in 'three or four years'

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Developers of a key North East regeneration site that has been in progress for almost two decades say they are hopeful of finally completing the site within the next three or four years.

The Stephenson Quarter site behind Newcastle’s Central Station dates back to 2004 but has been beset by a series of challenges, including changes of developer, a contractor going bust and difficulties stemming from the pandemic and the cost-of-living crisis. The scheme is now a partnership between Igloo Regeneration and Newcastle City Council and has celebrated a major milestone with the completion of work on the Pattern Shop, a listed building where industrial pioneer Robert Stephenson built steam locomotives for export around the world.

The building has been converted into office accommodation in a £9m project that

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