Invest in the Sunderland Regeneration

Are you looking to invest in the Sunderland regeneration?  Sunderland is undergoing a rapid transformation, with various new architectural structures and buildings being erected, thus altering the city skyline.  Several new projects are underway, including a new footbridge spanning the River Wear, a new neighborhood, parks, and a business district.  The City Hall is up and running, and the old Civic Centre is currently being demolished.  The new train station is also nearing completion.  The Vaux site, which was once derelict, is being revitalized with the Riverside masterplan, which includes Riverside Sunderland, a new carbon-neutral urban quarter, among other plans.

Riverside Park

Riverside Park will be a new people's park with an improved paths network, lighting, and other amenities, with connections to other parts of the city, including the university campuses.  A new central business district, offering modern office space for 8,000 to 10,000 jobs, is also in development. St Mary's Boulevard will be upgraded to create a green boulevard, with a major employment site at the west end, earmarked for a life sciences facility. Culture House, located in Keel Square, will house a city library, a local studies, and archive center, and other amenities.  Additionally, 1,000 new energy-efficient homes will be constructed in four neighborhoods named Vaux, Farringdon Row, Ayre's Quay, and Sheepfolds. Finally, the new £26 million train station will transform the transportation system of the city.

The Northern Spire

Opened in 2018, the Northern Spire is a stunning new bridge that spans the River Wear and connects Castletown to Pallion. The cable-stayed bridge was designed by world-renowned architects and engineers and has already become an iconic landmark for Sunderland. The bridge has helped to ease traffic congestion in the city and provides an alternative route across the river, encouraging people to walk or cycle.

Keel Square

Keel Square is a public square in the heart of Sunderland city centre that has undergone a major transformation in recent years. The square has been redesigned to create a new public space that is perfect for events, such as concerts and markets. Keel Square is also home to the new Culture House, which will be a hub for culture, history, and education in the city.


Sunniside is a historic part of the Sunderland city centre that has been revitalised in recent years. The area has been transformed with new bars, restaurants, and shops, making it a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Sunniside is also home to the Empire Theatre, which is one of the largest theatres in the North East of England.

The transformation of Sunderland is an exciting and ongoing project that is set to change the face of the city in the years to come. With major new developments and regeneration projects underway, the city is set to become a vibrant hub of culture, business, and innovation. The future looks bright for Sunderland, and the people of the city can look forward to a new era of growth and prosperity.

Invest in the Sunderland Regeneration

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