Northshore is being developed by Muse Developments in partnership with Homes & Communities Agency with support from Stockton Borough Council.
Muse Developments is one of the country’s leading names in property development and urban regeneration. We deliver complex mixed-use schemes, with the emphasis on quality and sustainability. Founded on the experience of our management and delivery teams, and backed by the financial strength of our parent company, we’re driven by a desire to bring a fresh and innovative approach to property development.
The company has a broad portfolio of projects with a total area in excess of 25 million square feet and an end value of over £4 billion.
Muse is part of Morgan Sindall Group plc, a leading UK construction and regeneration group with a turnover of £2.1 billion, employing over 7,000 people and operating in the public and commercial sectors. The Group operates through five divisions of construction and infrastructure, affordable housing, fit out, urban regeneration and investments.
Muse works in partnership with landowners, local authorities, community groups, government agencies and private investors across the UK and our flagship projects embrace commercial, retail, leisure, residential and industrial uses with innovative buildings in established surroundings.
Muse has an outstanding track record in commercial property development. In the past decade Muse has delivered over 836,000 square metres of development including 1,154 homes, 278,720 square metres of offices and four major food stores across 24 sites with a construction value of £800 million. A large proportion of this development has been completed in city centre locations throughout the country.
The Homes & Communities Agency (HCA) is the national housing and regeneration agency for England, with a capital investment budget of nearly £7 billion. HCA contribute to economic growth by helping communities to realise their aspirations for prosperity and to deliver high–quality housing that people can afford.
The agency provide investment for new affordable housing and to improve existing social housing, as well as for regenerating land. HCA staff have a raft of skills and expertise to provide support and advice to partners, to enable them to tailor their plans to the needs of their different communities.