Nottingham Broadmarsh

Broadmarsh and Southern Gateway plan - Drury Walk 01 - Photo Courtesy Intu Broadmarsh

The redevelopment of the intu Broadmarsh shopping centre and its surrounding area in Nottingham city is part of a wider £250million regeneration of what is termed the ‘southern gateway’ to the city centre.

This also takes in Nottingham’s main train station, Nottingham Castle, Canal Street, the Broadmarsh bus station, Canal Street and the surrounding roads network.


Plans include:

  • redeveloping shopping centre intu Broadmarsh;
  • demolishing and rebuilding Broadmarsh car park and bus station (demolition in mid-July taking six months, with a new car park completed by the end of 2019);
  • creation of a new public space on Collin Street, which will be pedestrianised;
  • pedestrianisation of (upper) Carrington Street;
  • better linking of Nottingham Castle to this part of the city, with investment improving the Castle’s visitor offer.


An additional facility for students of the newly merged Nottingham College – a £60m Nottingham City Hub – is also planned for Canal Street. It will be jointly funded by Nottingham City Council, the College and D2N2 (subject to business plan).

The LEP has separately invested £10.3m from its LGF allocation in improving Wilford Road and Wilford Street, as part of its contribution to the Broadmarsh regeneration.

For ongoing information on the Broadmarsh regeneration see Nottingham City Council’s website at OR Intu Broadmarsh’s at