Middlehaven


Middlehaven was once the hub of Middlesbrough’s industrial development, symbolised by the old Dock Clock Tower. After a period of decline and dereliction of the docs, Middlehaven is now the site of a major regeneration scheme. The area includes the Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough College, Temenos, the 'Boho Zone', the distinctive Tees Transporter Bridge, new housing and recriation facilities. The Tees Valley Regeneration company (2002-2010) co-ordinated much of the redevelopment of Middlehaven, employing architect Will Alsop, to develop a masterplan. The regeneration continues, led by Middlesbrough Council.
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BOHO 4 e

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BOHO 4 b

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Temenos, Middlesbrough (3)

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'Temenos' by Anish Kapoor

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Middlesbrough College

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Middlesbrough College
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Middlesbrough College
- Middlesbrough College was created on 1st August 1995 with the merger of Kirby College of Further Education and Acklam Sixth Form College. In 2002 there was a further merger with Teesside Tertiary College, ...
Tees Transporter Bridge
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Tees Transporter Bridge
- Overview History Facts & Figures Map Street View The Tees Transporter Bridge was opened on the 17th October 1911 by Prince Arthur of Connaught. The bridge over the River Tees connects Middlesbrough, on the south bank, ...
Middlesbrough - Town Centre
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Middlesbrough - Town Centre
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National Provincial Bank, Middlesbrough

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Riverside Stadium
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Riverside Stadium
- Overview Map Street View The Riverside Stadium became the new home for Middlesbrough FC in 1995, when the team moved from their previous ground at Ayresome Park. It was the first stadium ...
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Lord Byron

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Middlesbrough College

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Riverside Stadium

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New Office Block Overlooking the Docks

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Middlesbrough Dock

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New Middlesbrough College

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Shepherdson Way bridge

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Railway

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Des res with a view

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New apartments, Middlesborugh Dock

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Middlesbrough Dock

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