Ada Lovelace House


D2N2 proudly invested £140,000 via the Local Growth Fund into the redevelopment of Ada Lovelace House in Kirkby Town Centre.

Ada Lovelace House was constructed in 1933 and has been used for a variety of uses which have supported community benefit.

It was originally a Health Centre and has subsequently been used by County Council Social Services an Information Technology Centre and by Nottinghamshire Police.

The project was designed to utilise the existing car park to construct 4 townhouses for mixed tenure (starter home, private renting &/or private renting and to redevelop 2000 square feet of commercial floor space within Ada Lovelace House.

When construction was completed in 2017, the new Ada Lovelace house featured 1,623 net new floorspace for up to 7 creative and digital starter businesses, linked to graduate retention as well as 4 residential dwellings.  

Project Specifics:

  • Project Name: Ada Lovelace House
  • Location: Kirkby Town Centre
  • Project Lead: Ashfield District Council
  • Total Project Cost: £280,000
  • D2N2 LGF Allocation: £140,000
  • Approval Date: October 2016
  • Project Start Date: January 2017 
  • Project Completion Date: October 2017

Latest News:

D2N2 Chief Executive Attends Lovelace House Opening
£280,000 Ada Lovelace House Renovation Completed
£280,000 Investment to Aid Ashfield Businesses