STACK set for Newcastle return alongside pop-up Hadrian’s Tipi tent

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A pop-up STACK establishment could come true should the council give prospective plans the green light

A plan to create a pop-up STACK establishment which would be in place for a year has been submitted to Newcastle City Council for planning permission.

Should the scheme be given the green light, it would see a STACK establishment opened back up in Newcastle in the Stephenson Quarter behind Central Station.

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The potential STACK project would see a year-long tenancy opened up next to the Crown Plaza Hotel, with hopes that it will be up and running in time for Christmas.

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The container village on Pilgrim Street shut its doors in May, but should the plans be given the go-ahead, STACK will be back on the streets of Newcastle.

Plans are also being finalised for a new permanent STACK to return to the city, with details of the scheme and new location to be revealed in the future.

Neill Winch, CEO of Danieli Group who own STACK Newcastle, said: “We were overwhelmed by the emotional response our customers shared about their sadness at the closure of STACK Newcastle in May, so we are very excited to be able to announce our plans which we hope will mean its return just in time to celebrate Christmas.

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“Our customers have been very vocal in letting us know that they would be delighted to see STACK come back sooner rather than later, which is why we have taken this opportunity to open a temporary scheme.

“Plans are underway for a more permanent scheme, and we aim to release further details in the coming weeks, but in the meantime hope this news will be well received by our customers.”

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