Built in 1870-72 by John Gibson for the National Provincial Bank, this stunning Grade II listed building sits in the prominent position on the corner of Mosley Street and Dean Street. The date of the banks establishment and the date of construction are inscribed around the top of the building. 

In the late 18th century, the routes in the area became inadequate, and Mosley Street was built around 1784. Mosley Street was connected to a new road from the Quayside, Dean Street. The area became the main shopping and commercial district of the Georgian Town. Towards the end of the 19th century, Mosley Street was chosen as the location for regional branches of various banks, they built these extensive and beautiful buildings. 

Did you know?

Amazingly, thanks to Joseph Swan (inventor of the incandescent light bulb), Mosley Street was the first street in the world to be lit by such electric bulbs. Have a look around the area and see if you can spot the blue plaque.


The building has easy access to excellent transport links, Central Railway Station is only a six-minute walk and Monument Metro Station is a five-minute walk away. Due to the fantastic location, there are numerous restaurants, cafes, bars and shops located within walking distance of the office space. Eldon Square Shopping Centre is only a stone’s throw away.

Business Services

Tenants can benefit from fantastic facilities including; concierge style service, admin support, conference facilities, air conditioning units, meeting rooms and 24 hour access.

Get In Touch

Get in touch for information about our office space and meeting rooms or if you’ve got any other questions, we’ll be happy to help.

Bank Chambers, 26 Mosley Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1DF

+44(0) 191 269 6989