Charlotte Square


Georgian buildings designed by architect William Newton in 1770, who then lived at 1, Charlotte Square for 28 years. It was the first housing development associated with a garden square in Newcastle.[1]

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William Newton Plaque - No 1 Charlotte Square, Newcastle upon Tyne. William Newton (1730 -1798), was an eminent local architect. He was reponsible for numerous country houses, the Assembly Rooms, St Ann's Church & Charlotte Square.

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William Newton Plaque - No 1 Charlotte Square, Newcastle upon Tyne. William Newton (1730 -1798), was an eminent local architect. He was reponsible for numerous country houses, the Assembly Rooms, St Ann's Church & Charlotte Square.

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018530:Charlotte Square Newcastle upon Tyne Signey James 1969

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023350:Charlotte Square Central Newcastle Upon Tyne City Engineers 1975

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023308:Charlotte Square Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1975

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Charlotte Square

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Charlotte Square, north-east side

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Charlotte Square, NE1

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Fenkle Street and Charlotte Square, NE1

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Charlotte Square, NE1 (northeast side)

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Entrance to 1 Charlotte Square, NE1

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Charlotte Square, NE1 (northeast side) (2)

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6-10 Charlotte Square, Newcastle

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Friars, NE1

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Tyne and Wear HER(5288): Newcastle, Charlotte Square, garden
- "Charlotte Square, built by William Newton in 1770, was the first housing development associated with a garden square in Newcastle. It was built to provide accommodation for the 'respectable' members ...

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Fenkle Street
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Fenkle Street
- Fenkle Street in the centre of Newcastle runs from Westgate Road north-west up to Charlotte Square. The street is shown on a map from 1610 and was known as Fennell ...

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