14-storey office tower approved in Newcastle despite Historic England concerns

Newcastle councillors have approved plans for a 14-storey city centre office building despite heritage concerns raised by Historic England, after officers advised that the proposal's public benefits outweighed the potential harm to nearby listed buildings.

by Mark Wilding
A CGI of plans for a 14-storey office building on Newcastle's Pilgrim Street. Image: Taras Properties
A CGI of plans for a 14-storey office building on Newcastle's Pilgrim Street. Image: Taras Properties

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