Lambton Cokeworks regeneration

The regeneration of the former Lambton Cokeworks has moved a step forward after Sunderland City Council granted outline planning consent. The English Partnerships scheme will see 350 homes and a public house built on the site. Final approval rests with the ODPM as the project represents a departure from the unitary development plan. The cokeworks will need major work costing an estimated £19 million. Mowlem PLC is the preferred contractor for the clean up. Work is expected to begin in April 2005 and is expected to last around two years.

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