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 […]

Planning application submitted for Grade A office space in the Southside area

A planning application for a new 7 storey, 1,000 desk Grade A office block in the Southside area of the city centre has been submitted. The initial proposal for the new site was announced at MIPIM as another next step in the regeneration of Nottingham’s Southside area. The proposal by Nottingham City Council will transform […]

New Grade A office space proposal in Southside area

The redevelopment of Nottingham’s Southside area, which includes the area around the train station and Broadmarsh, could continue to grow as a new Grade A office building will be presented to councillors at Executive Board on Tuesday 19 March. The proposal by Nottingham City Council to transform a site on the south east junction of […]

Nottingham City Council aiming to build on success with £2bn of redevelopment plans

Plans to build on the recent redevelopment of Nottingham will be presented to Nottingham City Council’s Executive Board on Tuesday 19 March. Having successfully invested in and regenerated areas such as Nottingham Station and the surrounding area, Sneinton Market, Dakeyne Street and BioCity, as well as the current Broadmarsh redevelopment programme and wider Southside regeneration […]

Nottingham’s Urban Room officially opens on Carrington Street

Nottingham’s Urban Room was officially opened in Carrington Street last night (Thursday 27 September). The special event included guests Mike Baulcombe, Regional Director for Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Cllr Jane Urquhart, Portfolio Holder for Planning, Housing and Regeneration at Nottingham City Council. The Urban Room concept was first introduced in the 2014 Farrell […]

Major restorations planned for Nottingham’s historic buildings

Exciting plans to restore two of Nottingham’s beautiful historic buildings are in the pipeline. Nottingham City Council has received planning applications for the restoration of 17 Angel Row, Newcastle Chambers and Gordon House at 6-12 Carrington Street. The buildings will benefit from repairs to their façades and restoration of their historic shopfronts. Old photographs and […]

Nottingham celebrates one month of amazing Hoodwinked trail

Thirty-three five-foot tall fibreglass robins have flown in and stolen the hearts of the people of Nottingham. The city’s Hoodwinked Wild In Art sculpture trail has been on the streets for four weeks and is already proving incredibly popular. The Hoodwinked app has been download over 2700 times Most popular Robin as voted by app […]

So much to be proud of in jam-packed summer in Nottingham

Summer in Nottingham is already off to a brilliant start with a combination of hot sunny weather and plenty of things to do. First, Nottingham celebrates our amazing NHS in the celebrations of the 70th Birthday of the National Health Service on Thursday 5 July. Over 200 NHS staff are invited to the Council House […]

Robin trail ready for take-off

The Robins are ready and the Hoodwinked trail is set to fly!  On Saturday 7 July, Nottingham will launch its summer game of hide and seek as 33 giant Robin sculptures take pride of place in the city centre. The Hoodwinked sculpture trail is a mischievous twist on the tale of Robin Hood, Nottingham’s infamous […]

Nottingham Cave City Underground Festival – one week to go

Between 11-13 May, the city will celebrate and showcase a selection of the hundreds of caves that exist below our very feet. With a wide range of events from Friday to Sunday, the level of interest in the Cave City Festival has been unprecedented with both the previously unopened Peel Street and Out of Bounds […]