Hartlepool Regeneration Masterplan

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The Vision and the Masterplan
Hartlepool Vision
 The Vision is the tool used to engage the
public and media
 Designed to start the debate about
Hartlepool’s regeneration priorities
 Begin a discussion to identify the
collective ambition and aspirations for the
 The Vision details eight key areas of the
town to breathe new life and create jobs
in Hartlepool
 The key sites are the Hartlepool
Waterfront, Church Street, Port Estate,
Queens Meadow, Headland, Town Centre,
Seaton Carew and Wynyard
Hartlepool Regeneration Masterplan
 The Regeneration Masterplan is an depth
piece of work to look in detail at what can
be achieved on specific sites
 The work will also help us to understand
how we deliver development and
regeneration schemes on these sites
through conversations with the private
 The Masterplan will also help us to
identify ways in which we can physically
link the sites and make movement
between them easier for pedestrians
Hartlepool Vision- Key Areas
Progress to Date
 Vision launched on the 29th January 2014. The launch event was attended by 150 representatives
from businesses and industry
 GVA Grimley appointed to work alongside the Council to develop the Hartlepool Regeneration
 Initial Public and Stakeholder consultation held on the 4th and 5th August 2014. The Stakeholder
workshop was attended by 70 businesses.
 M7 Real Estate announce plans for Highlight Retail Park
 Crown Buildings Student Accommodation constructed.
 Hill Carter Hotel acquired with investment plans linked to Vision for Church Street
 NMRN announce affiliation with HMS Trincomalee
 Development agreement signed with the Esh Group for the Seaton Carew Masterplan.
Masterplan Area
 The Council has a number of
regeneration priorities in the
Masterplan area
The Masterplan has primary and
secondary boundaries
Large proportion of land in
focused boundary within Council
Ownership, relatively few different
land ownerships across key areas
The Masterplan area includes key
leisure and retail development
Masterplan to add value to
existing sites and ensure
Church Street
“Church Street will be at the heart of a
vibrant Innovation and Skills Quarter. Its
cafe culture and thriving daytime
economy centred around the creative
industries will provide a dynamic link
between the town centre and
Innovation and Skills Quarter
Cleveland College of Art and Design
 CCAD have been awarded £9.5m from the Local Growth Fund to redevelop their existing premises in
Hartlepool. £2.5m is programmed for 2015/16.
 The College has an ambition to expand and aims to have c.900 undergraduates by 2017 (growth of
300 above current levels) and 1,500 by 2025.
 In 2018/19 CCAD aims to secure degree awarding powers and become the 6th University in the
North East and the only specialist provider of Higher Education in the creative industries in the
 CCAD has the opportunity to replace their existing 1970’s building in Church Square and expand by
creating new teaching facilities and student accommodation on a new campus on the Council’s Lynn
Street Depot site.
 The Lynn Street Depot site offers the opportunity to meet all of CCAD’s future expansion
requirements whilst creating a high quality anchor development to support the sustainable
regeneration of the area.
 New College facilities on the Depot site would create an alternative use in the street and support the
aims of creating vibrancy, footfall and active daytime uses in addition to attracting additional student
Lynn Street Depot Relocation
Key Sites – Town Centre
 The Shopping Centre has an annual
footfall of 10m with 140 outlets
employing 500 people
 Middleton Grange Shopping Centre has
new owners who have significant
investment plans to improve the centre.
They hope to announce two new anchor
tenants in the near future with significant
job creation.
 A retail revival strategy is being produced
to provide an action plan to enhance the
retail offer in the town.
Key Sites – Hartlepool Marina
 A number of opportunities exist
across wider Marina Area including:
 Trincomalee Wharf – Mixed use
development site
 PD Ports Land – Large scale
opportunities in the renewable
sector and is already home to JDR
cables, Heerema and TWL who
service the North Sea renewables
 Hartlepool Maritime Experience
 Jacksons Landing
Key Sites – Jacksons Landing
 Key development site – Leisure or flagship mixed use development opportunity in the heart of the
Council Ownership
Prominence of site means ideal location for iconic building and prominent design
Development of key site will add value to other sites in the Marina.
Opportunity to develop water based activities.
Aspiration to redevelop in the short term.
Key Sites – Hartlepool Maritime
Experience (HME)
 HME Attracts over 100,000
visitors per year
 Current value of visitor
market is £100m pa and
supports approx 1800 jobs
(2009 STEAM Data)
 Opportunities to grow the
tourism and leisure sectors
 Need to investigate ways to
physically re-connect HME
with the town centre and
other sites within the Marina
Queens Meadow
 65Ha high quality modern landscaped
business park which is an Enterprise Zone and
offers rate relief focussed on advanced
manufacturing and engineering, chemicals
and the renewable energy sector.
 It provides significant high quality business
incubation accommodation.
 Queens Meadow continues to perform well
and 9 projects have been delivered. The latest
project sees the expansion of C&A Pumps into
the Rivergreen Development. Overall around
115 jobs have been created with a private
sector investment of £1.7m
 Discussions are ongoing with a developer to
build an additional 30,000 sq ft of small
business workshop accommodation at
Queens Meadow
Seaton Carew
Development agreement with Esh signed
Site clearance for the development of housing
on the Elizabeth Way site has started.
 Negotiations to purchase the Longscar Centre
have commenced.
 Initial public consultation on the proposed
improvements to the Front have been held.
The results of the consultation were very
Masterplan – Next Steps
Baseline Analysis now complete
Retail Strategy, Leisure and Tourism Strategy,
Movement and Connectivity Strategy, options
development and viability assessments currently
being developed.
Additional Stakeholder and public consultation
August/September 2014
Draft Masterplan end of September 2014
Final Masterplan and Action Plan January 2015
Developer Engagement 2015
Opportunities such as the relocation of the Depot
could be progressed in advance of the