Major projects in progress in the Nottingham City area are featured here.
Nottingham City Council has plans to dramatically transform and regenerate the Broadmarsh area of Nottingham city centre. A £250 million programme of works is underway to transform the area into a great entrance into the south of the city centre with improved shopping, leisure and restaurant facilities in a vibrant new environment.
Guildhall Place is a 2.4 acre mixed use redevelopment site in a prime location in Nottingham’s City Centre, including a prestigious office building, university academic facilities, student accommodation and a potential conference centre as well as proposals to transform the historic Guildhall building into a boutique hotel.
The whole Castle site is being restored and redesigned with Brewhouse Yard, the Caves, the Castle and grounds being brought together as a new visitor experience.
Nottingham College is a new and very different college for Nottingham – established as a result of a successful merger between New College Nottingham and Central College Nottingham. The City Hub campus will be a landmark building for Nottingham, close to the Broadmarsh Centre and Lace Market.
Already home to some of the most innovative companies in the region, Nottingham Science Park has more land ready for development within the Enterprise Zone. Nottingham City Council and D2N2 LEP are working in partnership to develop the site, in line with the ambitions of Nottingham Growth Plan to support business expansion and create new jobs.
Two major projects aimed at transforming the southern gateway to the city around the railway station and linking the river and canal to the city centre. The Regeneration in Nottingham document linked to from here provides information on these and the city's other major regeneration priorities.