As part of the improvement works on Station Street, a final push of works need to be done, including outside Loxley House from tomorrow, Thursday 21 July until Sunday 31 July. We apologise for the short notice.

This means all access into the front entrance of Loxley House will be via the ramp on Station Street until the works are completed on Sunday 31 July. Colleagues and visitors will not be able to access the front steps into Loxley House between these dates. Anyone approaching Loxley House from Trent Street will have to follow the pedestrian diversion around the works and past the station on to Station Street.

The £1.375 million environmental improvement scheme will feature new paving and road services, new traffic management measures and enhancements to the appearance of the area.

The works include improving the paving and outside the steps in to Loxley House, to bring all improvements in the Station Street area together. These works have been scheduled in now to cause as little inconvenience as possible.

Councillor McDonald, Portfolio Holder for Business, Jobs and Transport, said, “We’re very close to finishing these works, which will make the environment around the train station a lot more pleasant for citizens and with better connectivity for new arrivals to the city. This is the last bit of work that needs doing to make this a more attractive area for everyone, and thank you for your patience while we finish this scheme off.”


Nottingham City Council apologises for any inconvenience these works and temporary access changes cause. Should you have any questions, please contact Fergus Slade on 0115 87 65321