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Tynemouth Village Conservation Area


The conservation area was designated in 1971, with some boundary amendments made in 2009. A community-led Character Statement was adopted in July 2003. The Tynemouth Village Conservation Area Management Strategy SPD was adopted in April 2014. (Source: North Tyneside Council)

Conservation Areas Tynemouth Northumberland Park Tynemouth Priory and Castle Tynemouth Pier and Lighthouse
Northumberland Park
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Northumberland Park
- Overview Map Street View Northumberland Park is located in North Shields, and now part of the Tynemouth Conservation Area. History: Northumberland Park was opened by the Duke of Northumberland on ...
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Map of the Tynemouth Village Conservation Area
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Tynemouth Village Conservation Area - North Tyneside Council

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Tynemouth Village Character Statement: July 2003

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Tynemouth Village Conservation Area Management Strategy (2014)

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Tynemouth Village Association

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Tynemouth Priory and Castle
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Tynemouth Priory and Castle
- Overview History Aerial View Street View Tynemouth Castle is located on a rocky headland (known as Pen Bal Crag) at Tynemouth, overlooking Tynemouth Pier and the mouth of the River ...

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