Welcome to the official website for Colchester’s new Northern Gateway
The Northern Gateway has inspired a vision to create a place where local people and visitors alike can live, work, relax and shape healthy, active lifestyles for themselves and their families.
This ambition is now becoming a reality as this expansive space, which lies to the North and South of Junction 28 of the A12, forges into a new business, sport, leisure and residential destination of regional significance.
With world-class digital connectivity, easy access to the regional transport network, and high-quality urban design, the Northern Gateway will become a thriving location for living, playing, working and doing business.
Already we are proud to unveil the multi-million pound Sports Park due to open in Spring 2021.
The Northern Gateway will benefit from an integral digital network to provide ultra-fast broadband to homes and businesses. In addition, the area will feature a carbon-cutting, Renewable Heat Network supplying properties with heat and hot water.
New tree and shrub planting will encourage biodiversity and create attractive green spaces for relaxation and leisure, opening up routes for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
CONNECT – superfast fibre broadband
GO GREEN – sustainable energy solutions
HEALTHY HABITATS – for people and nature
The ambition to create a new destination at Colchester’s Northern Gateway moves a step closer following the submission of the planning application for the southern element of the development, adjacent to Axial Way….
Colchester Borough Council has awarded the contract for the main build element of the flagship Northern Gateway development to R G Carter, following a competitive tender process. The Chelmsford based company…
Colchester Borough Council and Colchester Amphora Energy Ltd have concluded another phase of testing at the Northern Gateway for the planned district heating system to benefit new proposed housing and office development
This all-important testing consists of drilling a series of boreholes across the site into the aquifer 70 metres below ground, and testing the amount of water that can be pumped out and subsequently returned into the aquifer.
Colchester Borough Council and Colchester Amphora Energy Ltd (wholly owned by the council), are planning to install a district heat system in the proposed Northern Gateway housing and office development. This will…