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Stockton Northern Gateway Townscape Heritage Project

An aerial shot of the Townscape Heritage Project area in Stockton.

The Stockton Northern Gateway Townscape Heritage Project is a five-year £2.9million scheme that is joint funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council.

The project aims to improve the historic environment at the northern end of Stockton High Street, covering from Regent Street, up Norton Road to Queen Street. It forms part of the Council's programme to reshape the Borough's six town centres to make them fit for the future.

Townscape Heritage area (PDF) [201KB]

It involves restoration projects of historic buildings and works to the surrounding public realm and a series of activities and events. The improvements taking place are in the Stockton Town Centre conservation area. The project also builds on improvements that have already been made to the environment of Stockton Town Centre through Stockton Heritage in Partnership (SHiP) and the Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI) projects.

Find out more about the project, volunteer opportunities or more information on grants available through the programme.

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Contact the Townscape Heritage Project team