Development Opportunities

Stunning natural assets and a rich heritage make South Tyneside an outstanding place to live. Established transport links and a skilled and friendly workforce combine to provide a great location for developers, investors and businesses to thrive. Find information on some of the latest opportunities in South Tyneside here.

22 Fowler St
Fowler Street, South Shields


Address: 22 Fowler St, South Shields, NE33 1NA.

Iconic town centre property formerly known as Riddicks.

Prominent retail frontages to Fowler Street and Keppel Street.

New timber shop front incorporating decorative features and curved glazing

Over 8,000sq ft over Ground, Basement, First and Second floors

Separate and adjacent car parking available

New lease available on the whole or on a floor by floor basis

Suitable for a variety of uses.

E-mail for a copy of the prospectus for this property.

Harton Quay
Land at Harton Quay Park / Ferry Terminal



This site is situated adjacent to South Shields Ferry terminal (353,000 passengers 2019/20), The Alum Ale House, BT’s 40,000sq ft office building at 1 Harton Quay and South Shields’ stunning new library The Word (National Centre for the Written Word).

The site is roughly rectangular in shape. It is currently grassed and positioned between a brick paved area to the east and Ferry Street to the west. Below are the approximate site areas.

Approximate Site Area – 530 m² 5,700 ft²

Ferry St Frontage – 16 m 52’ 06”

Maximum Width – 24 m 78’ 09”

Maximum Depth – 25 m 82’ 00”

The site is suitable for a number of different uses but South Tyneside Council is particularly interested in Café / Catering use (excluding hot-food takeaway) or retail use specifically serving the immediate catchment – ferry users, cyclists, office workers and people visiting the park and quayside.

Alternative uses will be considered on their individual merits.

The land will be available on a leasehold basis for a term and rent to be agreed.

E-mail for a copy of the prospectus for this development opportunity.