Redcar / Coatham Projects

Regent Cinema

Funded by the Tees Valley Combined Authority, the Regent cinema comes with three screens, state-of-the-art 4k projectors and a café/bar that shows off a gorgeous sea view with a spacious balcony.

  • Investment: £9.6M
  • Opened: 21 October 2022

Coatham Adventure Golf & Play Area (New images)

An 18 hole adventure mini-golf course, a 100 spaced car park and an 800sqm play area, that comes with a variety of inclusive equipment and activities.

Coatham Phase 1 also includes a Central Plaza public space, public toilet facilities and motor home spaces. Phase 1 of these designs are currently still on display at Redcar Central Library!

  • Investment: £3.75M
  • Opened: 24 June 2023
  • Employment: 5 jobs to be completed; 20 construction job and one new business! (Numbers Changed)

Redcar Inn (Leave in?)

A 42-bedroom hotel by Inn Collection Group, that aims to provide an attractive place for new visitors to stay.

With four floors and a restaurant/bar area that faces the iconic open sea, there’s a lot on offer at this destination hotspot!

  • Investment: £6M
  • Anticipated opening: 2023
  • Employment: 50 jobs to be created, 60 jobs to be made in construction.

Redcar Central Station (Update)

The refurbishment of Redcar Central Station will not only provide a makeover to the existing grade II building, but will also bring other opportunities for local businesses.

  • Investment: £5.5M
  • Anticipated opening: 2024

Kirkleatham Walled Garden (Update)

A restoration project that reopened the Grade II listed garden after over 30 years of being closed. Kirkleatham Walled Garden offers an indoor & outdoor gardening shop, café and a 350-seat pavilion to host a range of events.

The pavilion has already hosted a few high-profile events, such as the Ambassador Showcase 2021, (Any new events?) VisitEngland’s tourism workshop and the award ceremony for ‘Best New Tees Business Awards’.

  • Investment: £9.8M
  • Completed: August 2021
  • Employment: 40 indirect jobs, 40 direct jobs and 100 apprenticeships created.

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