Archive by category Broadmarsh

Specialist designers to be appointed for new Nottingham Central Library

Specialist designers to be appointed for new Nottingham Central Library

Nottingham City Council is to seek an architect and led design team with specialist experience of designing public libraries for its proposed new Central Library in the Broadmarsh area. This announcement to recruit specialist designers for the new Central Library follow on from a series of major milestones for the Broadmarsh area in 2019. Work […]

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Plans for Broadmarsh public realm released

Plans for Broadmarsh public realm released

Exciting public realm proposals for the Broadmarsh area have been released, setting out how the pedestrian area will be developed to complement the wider redevelopment in the Broadmarsh area, bringing jobs, growth and more visitors to the city. The proposals show Collin Street as a bright, tree-lined space with views to the Castle preserved, places […]

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Broadmarsh regeneration programme takes a step closer

Broadmarsh regeneration programme takes a step closer

The much-anticipated redevelopment of intu Broadmarsh and the new Broadmarsh Car Park development took a step closer today, after councillors gave the schemes the green light. The decision to proceed was agreed by councillors at the City Council’s Executive Board meeting. intu’s board have also agreed to go ahead, which now means contracts can be […]

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New Central Library plans approved for Broadmarsh

New Central Library plans approved for Broadmarsh

Plans to enable a new Central Library to be included in the Broadmarsh Car Park development have been approved by Nottingham City Council’s Planning Committee. The Planning Committee approved adapted plans for the new Broadmarsh Car Park building to accommodate space for the new Central Library. The plans follow a public consultation which highlighted overwhelming […]

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City Buildings sale agreed as transformation of city centre continues

City Buildings sale agreed as transformation of city centre continues

Nottingham City Council has agreed the sale of an iconic city centre building to developers, Shoby Properties Ltd, giving the historic site a new purpose and creating much-needed office space. This 19th century block of shops, office space, studios and workshops, at 28-48 Carrington Street, known as City Buildings, is located in the southern entrance […]

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