£12 million of funding kick starts the reimagining of the Broadmarsh Centre

£12 million of funding kick starts the reimagining of the Broadmarsh Centre

Nottingham City Council has secured £12 million in external funding for the first phase of work to transform the Broadmarsh Centre site. A total of £7.99 million funding was formally approved this week by D2N2, the Local Enterprise Partnership, from the Government’s Getting Building Fund to begin demolition of the North West part of the […]

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Hundreds of thousands of kilowatt hours of power to be generated at Broadmarsh Car Park

Hundreds of thousands of kilowatt hours of power to be generated at Broadmarsh Car Park

While the new Broadmarsh Car Park and Bus Station has been constructed unseen by many in Nottingham due to Covid restrictions, the impressive new building has an unseen benefit to many in the city – it has been designed with the city’s carbon neutral targets in mind. The roof of the new building is covered […]

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New images show dramatic changes to Broadmarsh area

New images show dramatic changes to Broadmarsh area

New pictures show the scale of progress being made in the Broadmarsh area, unseen by many due to the Covid-19 pandemic restricting people to their homes. Work continues at the City Council’s Broadmarsh development, despite the challenges presented recently by the recent cold and wintry weather. Once finished, it will provide a central, modern car […]

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Broadmarsh Big Conversation – thank you from Nottingham City Council

Broadmarsh Big Conversation – thank you from Nottingham City Council

Nottingham City Council has thanked all those who took part in the Broadmarsh Big Conversation, and pledged to keep local people involved in the future redevelopment of the area following the announcement of the Broadmarsh Advisory Group. In two months, over 3,000 people responded with around 13,000 comments to the online survey with their ideas […]

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City Council encourages businesses to apply for financial support

City Council encourages businesses to apply for financial support

Nottingham City Council has opened applications for financial support for businesses affected by the tiered lockdown system and national lockdown. The grants, launched by Government along with the tiered system of restrictions across the country, are designed to support businesses forced to close or which have seen an adverse impact as a result of the […]

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Nottingham City Council and Age UK Notts call for reinstatement of priority shopping hours

Nottingham City Council and Age UK Notts call for reinstatement of priority shopping hours

Nottingham City Council has written to all major and local independent supermarkets requesting a priority shopping hour for older and vulnerable citizens be reinstated with the pending national lockdown, with Age UK Notts backing the council’s call. In mid-October, the Deputy Leader of the council, Councillor Sally Longford, wrote to all major and local supermarkets […]

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Businesses urged to display new QR codes on ‘Download Wednesday’

Businesses urged to display new QR codes on ‘Download Wednesday’

Hospitality and leisure businesses across Nottingham are being encouraged to download new QR codes for their venues in advance of the launch of the NHS Test and Trace app later this week. On what Nottingham City Council is calling #DownloadWednesday, businesses are being asked to visit the Gov.UK website and download and print their unique […]

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Walkway through Broadmarsh Centre to reopen tomorrow

Walkway through Broadmarsh Centre to reopen tomorrow

The walkway connecting Collin Street with Lister Gate and Albert Street, towards Old Market Square, through the partially demolished Broadmarsh Centre will reopen tomorrow (Friday 28th August) in time for the August bank holiday. This key route between Nottingham Railway Station and the city centre has been closed since midsummer when intu stopped the Broadmarsh […]

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Changes to Broadmarsh roads successfully introduced

Changes to Broadmarsh roads successfully introduced

Significant changes to Nottingham’s roads have been successfully introduced, which will allow work on a new public space for Nottingham’s residents and visitors to begin. Collin Street is now closed to all traffic, and only buses and wheelchair accessible taxis can use Canal Street from Greyfriar Gate. Middle Hill, between the Broadmarsh Car Park and […]

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Drivers reminded of major changes to the City road network in Broadmarsh area this weekend

Drivers reminded of major changes to the City road network in Broadmarsh area this weekend

Drivers are being reminded that significant changes to Nottingham’s road network come into force this weekend, as plans to pedestrianise Collin Street and other parts of the Broadmarsh area begin. The City Council has successfully secured £20m Transforming Cities funding for the ambitious Broadmarsh public realm scheme. The changes mean that drivers who usually use […]

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