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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.
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.
Get the lastest news from around the Great Park!
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...
Thanks to everyone who turned up to support the Greenside Residents' AGM this year, and to both Newcastle City Council and the Consortium for providing updates. A special thanks to David Levison who recently stepped down as our secretary. David has been a huge help...
Following consultation about the proposed Newcastle Great Park allotment sites, we agreed to keep you updated on progress. The current position is that the Kingston Park Road site is progressing through the design stage and will then subject to a planning application,...
We are delighted to announce that the Secretary of State for Education has announced that the proposal for Gosforth Great Park Academy will go ahead; opening as part of the Gosforth Federated Schools. This is great news for Great Park residents and since the school...
The GRA were recently contacted by a Newcastle University Student, Ellen Bekker for information on the SUDS ponds used in the Great Park for flood mitigation to help with her PhD Thesis. She has now completed and published the Thesis which is a very interesting read...
With the debate still raging around what the management company are spending our management fees on, we thought it would be a good time to republish the report our treasurer wrote a couple years ago after going through the costs with a fine tooth comb. If you are...
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.
Bus routes and pickup times:
X47 – Windsor Way – To: Newcastle City Centre
X6 – Windsor Way – To: Freeman Hospital via Gosforth High Street
The Windsor – Windsor Way: Serves food, outdoor tables
Northumbrian Piper – Fawdon Close: Serves food, outdoor tables, Kids play area
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.
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!