The property mainly comprises a substantial 3-storey office building incorporating a series of interconnected ancillary buildings including a single storey data centre, a single storey staff canteen and a research/ control building.
The main office building is a 3-storey office of steel frame construction under a flat roof built in 1966. The main external elevations are of aluminium framed curtain walling incorporating glazed panels. The property is constructed around a landscaped quadrangle with an internal corridor providing access to various offices and separate male and female toilet/changing room facilities.
The property is accessed is via an impressive entrance lobby leading towards the reception area, off which are the main lift and staircase areas. A conference area leads off the reception area which provides a small auditorium which is fully carpeted. The offices provide mainly large open plan floor plates, substantially improved and refurbished to provide full accessed raised floors and ceilings incorporating modern acoustic panels with translucent fluorescent lighting panels. Windows are of single glazed metal frame with heating distributed by perimeter vents. The uppers floors benefit from temperature controlled air cooling systems.
A number of plant/machinery rooms are located towards the south side of the ground floor with a large boiler room which provides heating via 4 Advantix Gas-Fired Boilers.
The Data Centre was constructed in circa 1982 and is a large rectangular shaped single storey building located to the eastern end of the site. The building has a fl at roof with glazed curtain walling surrounded by an aluminium frame with brickwork at low level. We have been verbally informed that when the data centre was constructed, the foundations have been designed to hold a further storey on the data centre. Internally, the data centre is of modern specification containing raised accessed floors and suspended ceilings incorporating acoustic tiled floors. The data centre has its own ancillary facilities including kitchen and separate male and female toilets.
The staff canteen and conference facilities is of single storey construction located to the west of the main office and under a flat roof. Internally, the building provides a dining area to hold approximately 180 people to the north with conference rooms and further office accommodation to the south. A substantially fitted kitchen/canteen with anc
Killingworth is located approximately 5 miles to the north east of Newcastle City Centre and is easily accessed via the A19, with its junction to the A1056. The A189, a prominent dual carriageway which links the north side of Newcastle to the surrounding towns and villages along the Northumberland Coast and also direct access into Newcastle City Centre via the A1056 approximately half a mile west of the property.
Communication links to the A19 and A1 are extremely good as Killingworth is centrally located between both. Easy access can also be gained to Newcastle International Airport which is located approximately 5 miles to the west and Newcastle Central Rail Station which connects to the East Coast Main Line approximately 5 miles to the South East.
Norgas House is situated approximately half a mile south of the centre of Killingworth and lies in close proximity to North Tyneside Council’s Civic offices. Other nearby office occupiers include Accuread and Siemens.
Norgas House occupies a prominent position located on the northern side of Northumbrian Way at its junction with Southgate.
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