Plan submitted for €138m government hub in Darlington (GB)

Plan submitted for €138m government hub in Darlington (GB)

The Government Property Agency has proposed the construction of a four-storey government hub on Brunswick Street in Darlington. The building will house 1,450 civil servants and is set to cost €138m. The project is expected to commence later this year and be completed by early 2027.


When completed, Brunswick Street will form part of a government campus of three buildings, including Feethams House and Bishopsgate House, all located within Darlington town centre.


Clive Anderson, director of capital projects at the GPA, said: “In submitting our planning application, we are a step closer to creating another highly sustainable new government hub which will boost the local economy and see a modern, inspirational and energy-efficient workplace for government departments and their staff attracted to a rewarding civil service career based in Darlington. The campus is enabling increased investment in the region and supporting the Government’s Levelling Up and Places for Growth agendas, creating circa 1,400 Civil Service roles and providing future growth opportunities to the North East of England.”


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