Brandling Village


Brandling Village is part of Jesmond, a suburb of Newcastle. Parts of Brandling Village were a designated conservation area which includes 36 grade II listed buildings and St. Andrew’s Cemetery, which  is a grade II Registered Historic Park and Garden. "Brandling Village contains some of the best examples of Victorian domestic architecture in the city. The residential terraces are set largely in a mature landscape with views over Exhibition Park and the Town Moor. The terraces range from polite Georgian buildings to later workers cottages and Arts and Crafts style housing. The design of the terraces is simple and restrained with an architectural integrity and uniformity." (Conservation area summary, Newcastle City Council).

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012521:Brandling Village Jesmond Unknown c.1910-1912

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031454:Brandling Village Jesmond Unknown c.1910-1912

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015473:The Collingwood Arms Jesmond 1966

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023476:Brandling Village Jesmond City Engineers 1975

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Brandling Village Consevation Area Character Statement
- Detailed description, maps and photographs. "Brandling Village Conservation Area was designated in 1976. Brandling Village Conservation Area is an excellent example of a Victorian and Edwardian suburb that was essentially ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(11382): Newcastle, Brandling Village Conservation Area
- "Brandling Village Conservation Area was designated in 1976 as an excellent example of a Victorian and Edwardian suburb developed between 1820 and 1920. Within it there are 36 grade 2 ...

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025550:Jesmond Road Jesmond Unknown c.1930

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St Andrews Cemetery Jesmond

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