Nottingham Broadmarsh

 

D2N2 are proud to be investing £25million from the Local Growth Fund into the redevelopment of the Broadmarsh area.

The project includes the demolishing and rebuilding Broadmarsh car park and bus station, the pedestrianisation of (upper) Carrington Street, and the creation of a new public space on Collin Street which will also be pedestrianised.

The intu Broadmarsh will also be redeveloped alongside this project, with completion scheduled for 2021.

The Broadmarsh redevelopment is part of a £250million regeneration of what is termed the ‘Nottingham Southside’ project encompassing the southern side of Nottingham. 

Other projects included in the Nottingham Southside project include the Nottingham City Hub and the redeveloped Nottingham Castle.

 Project Specifics

  • Project Name: Broadmarsh Area Redevelopment
  • Location: Nottingham City Centre
  • Project Lead: Nottingham City Council
  • Total Project Cost: £250 million
  • Total LGF Allocation: £25 million
  • Approval Date: December 2015
  • Project Start Date: January 2016
  • Project Completion Date: 2021

Latest News

New Broadmarsh Car Park & Bus Station Designs Unveiled
Demolition of Nottingham's Broadmarsh Car Park Approved
Broadmarsh Redevelopment Project Takes Step Forward with Groundbreaking Ceremony

Project name

Broadmarsh

Location

Nottingham City

Total Cost

£15million

LGF Allocation

£10.3million

Project Completion Date

(Of D2N2 co-funded phase) January 2019

Project Lead

Nottingham City Council

Approval Date

December 2015