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Sign up as a Resident!

If you are not yet a member of the Greenside Residents Association, we wont hold it against you! Just click below to head over to the registration page to join our merry band. You must be a member to be allowed access to the Facebook Group, and to see all the files in the download section.

Greenside Facebook Group

Join the Greenside Residents Association Facebook Group and keep up to date with the latest from your neighbours! The group is closed to all but Greenside Residents so you need to register on this website before you sign up to the group otherwise your application will be rejected.

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Greenside News

Get the lastest news from around the Great Park!

Highway Improvement Works Update

We wanted to update residents on the impending Highway Improvement Works on the A1 from Scotswood to North Brunton. Site investigation works and surveys are currently ongoing to ensure that construction work can commence in Spring 2020. The A1 Scotswood to North...

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Newcastle Great Park – Resident Update

Further to the last update on the 14th April we want to inform residents of the work that is happening across the Great Park. Cell A & New Schools You may have seen that Planning Permission was granted in December for the new schools, playing pitches and housing...

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April 2019 NGP Quarterly Meeting Notes

Present Representatives from Greenside Residents Association and Great Park Neighbour Association, Sue Wannop Communities Officer, Cllr. Aidan King, Cllr. Anita Lower, Oliver Thompson NGP Project Manager. Apologies Richard Hamilton Ranger Enforcement Officer • First...

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Newcastle Great Park Strategic Routes

You can find a map of the Great Park Strategic Routes HERE Route numbers are shown on the drawing. The construction of routes 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 14, 16, 17, 18 and 20 are now complete. Routes 11, 12 and 13 should be completed and open very soon, when the drainage outfall...

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NGP Resident Update

Newcastle Great Park – Resident Update With the New Year now in full swing and developments starting to gather pace we feel it is an appropriate time to update residents on what is happening across the Park. New Schools You may have seen that Planning Permission was...

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Speeding on Greenside – Council statement

Safety concerns have been brought to our attention relating to speeding motorists travelling throughout the Great Park, in particular, Roseden Way and the access to the Community Centre and Brunton First School but not limited to this area. Northumbria Police have...

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Neighbourhood Watch - What's it all about?

We need Greenside Residents to register with the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme. We want to make Greenside a safer place, please help us achieve that! You are not signing up to trawl the streets with a baton, just to receive information from the scheme.

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Useful Info

Bus routes and pickup times:

X47 – Windsor Way – To: Newcastle City Centre

X6 – Windsor Way – To: Freeman Hospital via Gosforth High Street

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Nearest Pubs:

The Windsor – Windsor Way: Serves food, outdoor tables

Northumbrian Piper – Fawdon Close: Serves food, outdoor tables, Kids play area

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NGP Community Centre

Greenside residents get free membership to the community centre (saving £52.50) and 10% off all activities. Please fill in this form and drop it into the centre to join.

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Please drive considerately!

Just a friendly reminder that the speed limit within the estate is 20mph, and will be enforced by Northumbria Police once the roads are adopted. Please get used to travelling through the estate at 20mph to ensure our streets are safe for crossing and commuting on.

Greenside Twitter Feed

The latest tweets from the Greenside Twitter page!

The @SageFoundation Great Parkrun is on Saturday morning. Sign up using the following link by tomorrow https://t.co/jNQl11sMWc #sagefunrun

Archbishop Runcie First School is currently consulting on its proposal to join NEAT (Newcastle East mixed multi Academy Trust). We have written a letter to stakeholders which can be read here https://t.co/VFnd0N4NwI

A sneak preview inside the new @DinningtonFirst school as the development nears completion. Only one month to go! @GosforthGST

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