Eskdale Terrace

The 63-home later living development is located in the fashionable residential suburb of Jesmond in Newcastle upon Tyne. The scheme sits within walking distance of the city centre, alongside a variety of eclectic boutiques, cafes and restaurants in the heart of the Brandling Village Conservation Area and South Jesmond Conservation Area. These areas were designated such in 1976 to protect the uniformity and architectural quality of their Victorian terraces, and the formalised landscape and streetscapes that they created.

Responding directly to the historic context and challenging site contraints, Eskdale Terrace thoughtfully extends the neighbourhood’s architectural vernacular heritage and legacy for generations to come.

Summary:
Residential, Conservation Area

Budget:
Undisclosed

Client:
PegasusLife

FaulknerBrowns showcases our sensitivity to the local mores and environment. We aim to provide all of our residents with developments that enable and encourage an active and sociable retirement, and this plan fits with those aims perfectly.

Guy Flintoft
Director of Public Policy, PegasusLife

As with all of our projects we aim to bring forward buildings that are socially driven and environmentally responsive. By working closely with the team at PegasusLife, we were able to innovate through crafting a new piece of suburban architecture driven by wellness and community.

Lee McLaughlin
Partner, Architect