The Council continues to invest to make South Tyneside a great place to live, invest and bring up families.
There is a huge programme of investment underway across South Tyneside, including new and improved housing, modernised community and leisure facilities, economic growth projects, roads and footpaths investment, and so much more.
Take a look at our interactive map, demonstrating a selection of the work going on in the Borough.
The Council and its partners have completed phase one of South Shields 365, a £100 million redevelopment of South Shields town centre, with the sustainable economic vision to breathe new life into the community.
The successful completion of phase one includes The Word, National Centre for the Written Word, a renovated and remodelled Market Place, a public art installation celebrating South Tyneside's maritime connections with the rest of the world, and new 40 space car park.
Following demolitions, work started on phase two of South Shields 365 which includes the new Transport Interchange in March 2018. Completion is expected late summer 2019.
The Council has a clear vision for Hebburn which includes quality new homes and shopping facilities set within a vibrant Town Centre. At the heart of the regeneration plans is the delivery of a new world-class building offering a range of facilities and services for residents to enjoy.
Transforming Hebburn Town Centre is a priority for the Council and as such has invested £13million in the development of Hebburn Central, a new hub which will act as a catalyst and anchor to secure private sector interest and funding.
The International Advanced Manufacturing Park (IAMP) is a joint venture between Sunderland and South Tyneside Councils. IAMP will be located in the area north of Nissan UK’s Sunderland car plant, close to the A19 and will be a high quality strategic employment site for the Nissan supply chain and other advanced manufacturing businesses, attracting national and overseas investment.
We have received support from the North East Local Enterprise Partnership's (LEP) Local Growth Fund, which is investing £270m in projects and schemes across the region to improve infrastructure, transport networks, skills, boost the economy and create more and better jobs.