The £30m construction of the new BioCity building is almost complete, with final works and finishing touches taking place throughout the start of 2017.

The building, which will host Sygnature Discovery over three of its four floors when construction finishes in March, sees the expansion of BioCity in Nottingham and new space for scientific start-ups to thrive in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter.

The latest phase of works will be on the entrance to the screen-day-2new building and the paving outside the site. This involves a lane closure outside BioCity on Lower Parliament Street and Pennyfoot Street, and further up the Lower Parliament Street, to divert drivers away from these works so they can be completed quickly and keep drivers safe. The improvements are expected to be completed within six weeks.

Nottingham City Council apologises for any disruption caused by these works.

The new site will include a mixture of laboratory and office space, meeting rooms and a new café area which will serve both visitors to the site and anyone passing by.