Robertson has a strong relationship with Northumberland Estates having helped them successfully deliver several developments in the North East over the past decade. Our work on Tyneview Retail Park started in preconstruction, providing cost modelling options to finalise the project proposal for planning. Despite the challenges of lockdown and working under stringent Covid-19 Safe Operating Procedures, the team delivered on time and on budget.

The retail park is expected to create around 200 new jobs when it opens towards the end of the year.

Tyneview Retail Park Plan

KEY FACTS

It is great to see our joint scheme with Northumberland Estates now complete and ready for the fit out, it will make a huge difference to the town of Prudhoe. Developments like this will be vital in propelling our economy out of the COVID-19 crisis.

– Cllr Richard Wearmouth, Chair of Advance Northumberland and cabinet member for economic development at Northumberland County Council

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