Regeneration schemes

We work on a number of major schemes to regenerate larger areas of housing across the Tees Valley area.

You can find out about our home building plans. Current regeneration projects include: 

Regeneration schemes in:

Stockton

The Victoria Estate in Stockton town centre comprises 254 homes, including:

  • 140 three bedroom maisonettes
  • 70 two bedroom ground floor flats
  • 44 one bedroom flats. 

After consulting with residents, it was decided to split the scheme into five phases for demolition. The demolition of phase four will start during 2016.

The planning for the redevelopment the estate is continuing but it’s hoped that the new development will lead to an urban village to provide older people’s housing.

You can get more details from the regeneration team which attends the Victoria Community Centre at 4 Cromwell Avenue for a drop-in session every Thursday from 2-4pm. Alternatively please contact Norma Ironside or Samantha Hopson through our contact us page.

For answers to common questions about the relocation process, you can see a copy of the relocation guide.

Regeneration schemes in:

Hartlepool

Eighty eight properties on Raby Road in Hartlepool were demolished between 2013 and 2015 to clear land for redevelopment. New housing in the area is being developed in a number of phases. Phase one consists of 33 homes to be handed over in December 2015.

We’re currently consulting with residents in Raby Square and Chatham Gardens to seek their opinions on further development.

Regeneration schemes in:

Middlesbrough

A local neighbourhood initiative has secured £1m through Big Local Lottery funding to develop housing in North Ormesby.

Thirteen is working with Middlesbrough Council, North Ormesby Neighbourhood Development Trust and Accent Group on the project. The council will introduce a landlord licensing scheme for private landlords and Thirteen has entered into an agreement to invest in the area.

Regeneration schemes in:

Billingham

Windlestone House is a building in Billingham next to local shops. Originally made up of a local housing office with flats above, the last tenants are moving into alternative housing with and it’s hoped the building will be demolished in Spring 2016.

The area will then be landscaped and we are currently consulting with local residents to finalise these plans.

Empty homes scheme

You can also get more information about our empty homes scheme.