South Shore Rd E of Jury's Inn

Green belt
Flood zone 2
Flood zone 3
Conservation areas
Listed buildings
Air quality zones
Wildlife corridors
Newburn Ford Battlefield




100 - 175

housing capacity

Development description

162 flats

Allocated site

Not allocated or proposed for allocation

Notes/Planning applications


Site constraints

This is not a green belt area

Ground conditions data is not currently available for this site

The data provided to us by the British Geological Survey on the risks relating to ground conditions is not yet available.

This area is flood zone 3

Flood Risk Areas / Flood Zones

Flood Risk Areas refer to the probability of flooding occurring on a site from sea and rivers. 
Inappropriate development in areas at risk of flooding should be avoided by directing development away from areas at highest risk (whether existing or future). 

Flood zone 1 - land with a low probability of flooding from rivers or the sea
Flood zone 2 – land with a medium probability of flooding
Flood zones 3a & 3b – land with a high probability of flooding

Surface water flooding from rainfall events at differing intensities and frequencies is also a flood risk consideration. 
Where appropriate, applications should be supported by a site-specific flood risk assessment. These areas are:

  • Flood zone 1 – where the site is 1 hectare or greater in size
  • Flood zone 2
  • Flood zone 3a & 3b
  • Land identified in a strategic flood risk assessment as being at increased flood risk in future
  • Land that may be subject to other sources of flooding, where its development would introduce a more vulnerable use

Data source for this information:
Gateshead Council Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (SFRA)
Environment Agency
National Planning Policy Framework / National Planning Practice Guidance

How often is this data source updated?
Every time the Local Plan SFRA is updated.
NPPF and Environment Agency data are updated periodically.

This area is not subject to tree preservation orders

This is not a conservation area

This area has no listed buildings

This site overlaps a wildlife corridor

Wildlife Corridors

Wildlife Corridors are a continuous network of sites which allows the movement of species though the landscape, including the urban area. They connect areas of habitat including designated sites and are critical for the continuation of viable populations. They are protected by council planning policy to control development which would adversely affect their functioning.  

This is not an air quality management area

British Geological Survey factsheets relevant to this site


This website is intended to give an initial summary of potential risks on a site and cannot guarantee that the information is accurate, complete or up-to-date.

The information on the site is not a replacement for standard good practice risk-based assessment and investigation of sites or consultation with professional advisers, and does not provide the detailed information which would be required to accompany a planning application.

All liability or responsibility of the Council for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of reliance on the information on the site is expressly excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.