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NOTTINGHAM | Full Summary of Projects

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Lower Parliament Street

Status: Awaiting Planning Application
Regen Zone: Eastside
Developer: Chek Whyte Industries
Architects: Ian Simpson
Cost: 150m
Size 365,740 ft
Height: 50/21 Floors
Use: Office (123,000 ft), Residential (258 rooms), Hotel (244 rooms), Car Parking (140 spaces), Retail.

Links:
Official Website
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Notes:


Current Status:
This has not yet been formally proposed.


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Eastside City

Status: Approved
Regen Zone: Eastside
Developer: Eastside and City
Architects: Hopkins Architects
Cost: 900m+
Size 269,391 m
Use: Office (130,954 m), Residential (122,549 m), Retail (11,777 m), Leisure (4,081 m).

Links:
SSC Thread
Official Website
New Nottingham Page
Hopkins Architects
BWB Consultants
Planning Application

Notes:
The former Boots HQ is set to become one of the largest regeneration projects in the country.
The Eastside City Development site is a 42 Acre site with almost 3 million sq ft (270,000 sq m)
of high-quality, and innovative mixed use space. The site will become Nottingham’s Business
Quarters with 1.5 million sqft of new office space. There will also be 1.5m sqft of stylish new
homes, shops, bars, restaurants, car parking and leisure facilities. The total development is
valued at 900m. The project will have an extremely big impact on the economy of Nottingham.

All buildings (apart from the listed warehouse buildings) have been demolished in preparation
for construction. Construction was expected to start in 2005 however because of the delays
construction is not expect to start until towards the end of this year

Rising architect Thomas Heatherwick has unveiled his landscape plans for the water feature
within the eastside. This area will be one of the most impressive public spaces in the country.
The regeneration plans also include a number of other public areas.

This will be the first phase of the plans for Eastside and City. Future plans include the
redevelopment of Sneinton market and also the bus stations and other buildings across
from the National Ice Arena.

Current Status:
Demolition has taken place to prepare the site for the first phases. The plans have been approved
in principle however the City Council and Developers are currently negotiating a section 106
agreement. Negotiations have been taking place for a year now however the council has informed
us that an agreement is imminent. We could see work on the first phase of the project begin at
this end of this year or early 2008.





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ISIS Trent Basin
River Trent Waterside Regeneration

Status: Approved
Regen Zone: Waterside
Developer: ISIS
Architects: Benoy Architects
Cost: 400+
Size ?
Use: 2,200 Homes, Office (1,905m), Retail (3,709m), Community Space (927m) including moorings.

Links:
SSC Thread
Official Website
New Nottingham Page
ISIS Website
Benoy Architects

Notes:
Nottingham Trent Basin regeneration project is a new landmark waterfront district of housing,
restaurants, bars, shops and offices. The aim is to create an attractive new mixed-use district
that is unique, sustainable, fully integrated and fully accessible to the public.

The regeneration plans include:-

• opening up views to the river which are currently obscured by industrial premises
• around 2,000 new homes including family homes, townhouse terraces, studios and apartments
• vibrant and distinctive public areas including new public squares
• a waterfront walk connecting to existing walks and waterfronts
• waterside bars, restaurants, retail outlets and small ‘start up’ offices

The ISIS development site will without a doubt become one of the most magnificent places in
the city. ISIS are still in close contact with the council working out the final layout for there
masterplan. Both Nottingham City Council and ISIS have spoke of the need for the site to be
an architectural statement. ISIS have even raised the possibility of the final designs for the
buildings to go to a design competition.

Current Status
ISIS have formally submitted an application to the city council. The city council has been
considering the application for the masterplan for a while now. The council have shown their
support to the scheme and we should here something from the council in the near future.

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Broadmarsh Shopping Centre

Status: Approved
Regen Zone: Southside
Developer: Westfield
Architects: ?
Cost:: 700m
Size: 136,000m + Bus Station
Use:: Retail (136,000m)


Links:
SSC Thread
Westfield
New Nottingham Page
Planning Application

Notes:
Westfield plan to triple the size of the existing Broadmarsh centre. The development will come
in a street like form and will be pure retail. It will contain 2 new department stores, a number
other large anchors, a supermarket, a new food court, rooftop parking, a number of open spaces,
and arcades. The aim is to open up spaces around the existing centre by demolishing the two
multi-storey car parks and removing the 'wall' that visitors see as soon as they turn out of
Nottingham's train station. This is designed to draw people in to the city centre and open up views
of the area.

The plan was first submitted in 2001. After brief consultation retailers told Westfield mezzanine
floor were required. This resulted in Westfield revising the 120,000m application to 136,000m.
and increasing the height of buildings by 9m. Upon completion Broadmarsh will be the largest
city centre shopping mall outside of London.


Current Status:
Nottingham City Council accepted the planning application in April 2007. Westfield have just signed
Debenhams and M&S as anchors.. No construction/demolition has taken place as of yet.
Construction is not likely to start until Autumn 2007. The first phase will see the construction of
the new bus station.

Fenwick have been rumoured to be one of the two anchors for the centre.

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Nottingham Train Station

Status: Proposed (Consultations)
Regen Zone: Southside
Developer: Nottingham City Council/Network Rail
Architects: BDP
Cost: 150m
Use: New Concourse, Major Improvements, Additional Platforms Retail, Residential, Office and Hotel


Links:
SSC Thread
New Nottingham Page
Planning Application
NET Website


Notes:
Nottingham Station has not changed much since it was originally built in the early 1900's. The plan is
to introduce a new concourse, pedestrianise the inside of the station, new retail, new seating areas,
refurbished platforms, a 900 space car park, a hotel, and office and residential developments on the
site of the station.

The plans will dramatically improve first impressions of Nottingham. They are much needed to deal
with Nottingham's increasing capacity. The NET Tramline will be extended over the station with a new
interchanging concourse built right over the station.


Current Status:
Network Rail formally submitted the application in April 2006. The Train Industry was unhappy with
the position of the muli-story car park over the space reserved for an additional platform, because
of this a number of design changes are needed. East Midlands Development Agency and Nottingham
Regeneration LTD have pledged 1.5 to boost the scheme. New designs are expected in November.

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Trinity Square

Status: In Construction
Regen Zone: City Core
Developer: Helical Bar PLC
Architects: Haskoll Architects
Cost:: 100m
Use:: Retail (17,650m), Student Accommodation (700 units), 460 Space Car Park


Links:
SSC Page
New Nottingham Page
Official Website

Notes:
This outstanding development, designed by internationally renowned Haskoll architects,
extends and complements the prime pitches of the Victoria Centre and the nearby Clumber
Street. The redevelopment project allows large retail floor plates to be created, which are
rare to find in such prominent city centre locations. The success of this strategy is
evidenced by the pre-lettings already achieved to Borders, TK Maxx and Dixons, who will
be opening some of their largest city centre stores in the UK at Trinity Square. The
remaining units offer sizes ranging from 3,000 sq ft to 25,000 sq ft.

The completed development will boast some of the finest retail stores in Nottingham, together
with exciting restaurants overlooking the newly created Trinity Square piazza, consolidating
what is now the main leisure location in the city centre. As a result of this, Trinity Square will
see retail and leisure activity throughout the day extending well into the evenings, allowing
retailers maximum trading hours.


Current Status:
Trinty Square is currently in construction. Please see the SSC Thread for updates. Construction
is expected to complete autumn this year.







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The Pod

Status: In Construction
Regen Zone: City Core
Developer: Bildurn Properties
Architects: Benson & Forsyth
Cost:: 25m
Use:: Hotel (142 Rooms), Retail (100,000 ft), Skybar


Links:
SSC Thread
Official Website
New Nottingham Page


Notes:
The Pod is Nottingham's newest exciting commercial development. The 25m development is
on the edge of the Lace Market area of the city. The Pod's 100,000 sq ft will house three levels
of large retail units aimed at the fashion sector and larger space users. In addition there will be
several floors of hotel and leisure uses.

The development project also contains a “skybar” on the roof of the development. This will only
be the second of its kind in Nottingham. The Pod is close to Nottingham's growing fashion district
with Bridlesmith Gate and The Edge close by. The site is also right next to a tram stop for Nottingham
NET.

Local developers Bildurn Properties are behind The Pod and brought in award winning architects Benson
& Forsythe who won a 150,000 design competition to get the opportunity to create this scheme.


Current Status:
The Pod is well into its construction and should be finished very soon. The IBIS Hotel is expected to
open this month!

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CCAN

Status: In Construction
Regen Zone: City Core
Developer: Nottingham City Council/Arts Council
Architects: Caruso St John
Cost:: 14m
Use:: Arts Exhibition


Links:
SSC Thread
Official Website
New Nottingham Page

Notes:
CCAN will be an interdisciplinary arts space and regional gallery of international standing.
It will provide a focus for, and access to, the creation and experience of contemporary
visual and live arts in the city, the region and beyond. The Centre will provide:

An iconic, landmark home for the contemporary arts in Nottingham
The space to attract exciting work to the city from both the UK & overseas
A national platform for local artists
One of only two non-London galleries which is able to house such large scale exhibitions as the British Art Show

The development site has been empty for a decades. The site was formally the entrance
to a train tunnel. The architects for the development scheme are Caruso St. John. Main
construction work is expected to finish in Spring 2008 with an Autumn opening.


Current Status:
CCAN is currently in construction and should be complete summer 2008.


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Castle College

Status: Approved
Regen Zone: Southside
Developer: Castle College
Architects: Hopkins Architects
Cost:: 30m
Use:: Educational, Office, Residential, Retail.


Links:
SSC Thread
New Nottingham Page
Castle College Website


Notes:
The castle college site has always been in desperate need of regeneration. Castle college recently
announced plans for a 35m redevelopment below the castle rock.

The development site will consist of 4 buildings. One of these buildings will become Castle Colleges
Flagship campus. As well as its educational use the new campus will incorporate shops, offices,
flats and car parking and will also allow more public space in the area facing the Castle Rock.

The design aims to takes into account nearby historic buildings including Nottingham Castle. Clegg
Construction we’re assigned the task of designing and overseeing the construction of the development


Current Status:
Nottingham City Council have approved the scheme subject to accepting a final elevation of one of the elevations. Work is expected to begin at the end of the academic year.


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Sovereigns House

Status: Approved
Regen Zone: Southside
Developer: Peel Holdings
Architects: Broadway Maylan
Cost:: ?
Use:: Office, Residential, Retail.


Links:
SSC Thread
New Nottingham Page
Planning Application

Notes:
Sovereigns House is a controversial plan to redevelop a large site in the southside of Nottingham
city centre. The plans include 256 residential units, office space and retail/bar uses. The plans will
dramatically improve initial views on approach to the city centre by train.

The tallest part of the scheme incorporates a 12 floor tower. The plans have been submitted three
times due to their lack of imagination.

Current Status:
The plans have been formally accepted by the city council and area expected to begin construction
within the next few months.

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Southreef

Status: In Construction
Regen Zone: Southside
Developer: Southreef Properties
Architects: Levitate
Cost:: 45m
Use:: Residential (240 homes), Offices & Retail (55,000sq ft).


Links:
SSC Thread
New Nottingham Page
Official Website

Notes:
The development will see the creation of 240 apartments and business and leisure spaces along
south bank of the canal. The Canal Street site runs from the Job Centre to Enviroenergy's
heat station on London Road and is contained within the Nottingham City Council's designated
38 hectare Southside development area. Southreef aim to do something special by creating a
world class management system for the apartments.

100 "affordable" homes have been sold to spirita and will be made available through the homebuy
shares ownership scheme.

The tallest part of the scheme will be a 12 story tower.

Current Status:
Southreef is currently in construction. Foundations have just begun to be laid. See the SSC thread
for more information.

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Meadows Gateway

Status: Proposed
Regen Zone: Southside
Developer: Lace Market Properties
Architects: MAKE Architects
Cost:: 100m
Use:: Residential (240 homes), Offices & Retail (55,000sq ft).


Links:
SSC Thread
New Nottingham Page
Make Architects
Lace Market Properties


Notes:
Situated on a triangular 14,000m2 site south of Nottingham train station, This 50,000m2
mixed use development incorporates a mix of retail, commercial and residential uses,
student accommodation and a community centre. Three blocks of accommodation are
arranged to extend adjoining streets across the site and link the Meadows housing estate
with the city centre, while the massing rises and falls to reflect the relative profile of
adjacent buildings. The blocks create pockets of public space within the site, each with
a distinct character relating to the uses that surround and overlook it. They also define
a series of view corridors that frame urban vistas and landmarks in order assist
navigability and enhance sense of place. The building facades feature a system of
interlocking panels that form a subtly repetitive pattern: the resulting tapestry effect
references the city’s weaving heritage while introducing a rich and contextually relevant
palette of colour and texture to the cityscape. The cladding of each elevation also varies
in colour and pattern to respond to the particular qualities of the buildings it faces.

Current Status:
Lace Market Properties informed New Nottingham that the development will be going
into planning in the next few week. We will probably see a full application towards
the end of the year/early next year.

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Lace Market Square

Status: Near Completion
Regen Zone: Lace Market
Developer: Bildurn Properties
Architects: Wolfgang and Heron
Cost:: 10m
Use:: Residential (46 apartments), Offices & Retail (55,000sq ft).


Links:
SSC Thread
New Nottingham Page
Official Website
Bildurn Properties

Notes:
The 10m Lace Market Square development is at the centre of the Conservation Area
and is bounded by Warser Gate, St Mary's Gate and St Mary's Place and adjacent to
the new No.1 Fletcher Gate development. The principal building at the northern end
of the site will offer 640 sq m at ground floor level of retail space. There will also
be five upper floors containing 46 luxury apartments of one and two bedrooms and
these will be specifically targeted at the owner-occupier market. The second building
will comprise a two storey glazed "pavilion" of approximately 432 sq m and which
it is expected will be occupied as a high quality restaurant. Providing an active ground
floor frontage to the new public square has been imperative to Bildurn and the City
Council.

Current Status:
London based Rocket Restaurant will open up in the ground floor restaurant. Tennants
are moving into the apartments.

The square was due to open on 5th September however there have been delays with the
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University of Nottingham - Innovation Park (Jubilee Campus)

Status: In Construction
Regen Zone: University Campus
Developer: University of Nottingham
Architects: MAKE Architects
Cost:: 129m
Use:: University Spin of Companies, Education


Links:
SSC Page
New Nottingham Page
Official Website


Notes:
Make's masterplan for the University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus will extend and enhance existing
facilities to offer students and staff the optimum environment for research, study and leisure.

The masterplan creates a new lateral route through the campus in the form of a generous landscaped
pedestrian boulevard that links two bodies of water at opposite sides of the site, drawing the theme of
nature through the area and providing a focus for leisure activities. International House and the Amenities
Building house faculties and teaching rooms and catering and fitness facilities respectively, and are sited
in the western academic zone of the campus.

These structures rise from the ground plane like natural landforms, an effect heightened by their cladding
system which consists of terracotta tiles arranged in bands like geological strata. A third structure, the
rounded, metallic shingle-clad Gateway building, houses a range of facilities for new businesses, and
straddles the main campus road to link the two halves of the site.

Current Status:
The Project is currently in construction. Triumph road will be closed until the end of the year to allow the
suspension of the building over the road.







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Nottingham Science Park

Status: In Construction
Developer: Blueprint
Architects: Egret West
Cost:: 50m
Use:: Science Based Labs/Office Space


Links:
SSC Thread
New Nottingham Page
Official Website

Notes:
Nottingham was designated a science city in 2005. Science will play a big part in Nottingham future
economy. The purpose built science park designed by Studio Egret West, will be one of the country’s
first environmentally sustainable business parks. The buildings will have brown roofs to attract wildlife
and the site’s green spaces will be open to the public.

The Science park is one of many sites in Nottingham dedicated to Science Based industries. Net Line
2 will pass the site.

The site is also the home of the Toyota/Castle College Technology Centre.

Current Status:
Work is underway on the first phase. The first building on site is expected to be complete
and ready foruse by summer 2008.

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Sherwood Forest Visitors Centre

Status: Proposed
Developer: Nottinghamshire Councils
Architects: MAKE Architects
Cost:: 50m
Use:: Leisure


Links:
SSC Thread
Official Website

Notes:
This competition-winning scheme for a new visitor centre Sherwood Forest visitor centre
houses a dynamic visitor centre within an iconic structure that creates a gateway to the
greater Forest. Inspired by the majestic and mythic trees of this ancient forest, the structure
features a system of aerial walkways that offer a fascinating new perspective on the forest.
At the top, a spectacular viewing platform and restaurant located one meter above the
woodland canopy provide the ultimate tree house experience. The structure emerges from
the existing wood and heathland at the edge of Edwinstowe and is accessed by a timber
bridge that spans Swinecote Road, leading up into the Tree and to the woodland beyond. It
achieves a zero carbon footprint by using materials selected to minimise embodied energy
and produces its own energy with small scale wind power generation, rain water collection
and reed bed waste recycling systems.

Current Status:
The project is park of a living landmarks bid which will only go ahead is it receives funding.

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Barton Quarter Masterplan - Chilwell

Status: Proposed (Consultation)
Regen Zone: Notts City - Chilwell
Developer: Barton Buses
Architects: Maber Associates
Cost: ?
Use: Offices (11,000m), New Homes (107), Retail (1,700 sq. m), Other Facillities

Links:
Official Website
David Lock Architects
Flythrough

The proposals will see bus old HQ site redeveloped for new homes, businesses,
shops, studios and restaurants and cafes/bars. We also propose a crche and/or
health and fitness club.

We propose around 107 new homes, with apartments and town houses, with around
11,000sq. m of offices, and around 1,700sq. m of other commercial space. Our
proposals could create around 700 jobs.

The project will take about 5 years, and we hope to begin as soon as planning
permission is granted.

Current Status:
A planning application has been submitted to Broxtowe Borough Council and the
plans are now in consultation with the public.

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Chettles Yard/Radford Goods Yard

Status: Approved (Outline Planning Consent Only)
Regen Zone: Radford
Developer: Opal Property Ground/West Que Park Holdings
Architects: Lewis & Hickey Ltd
Cost: ?
Use: Residential, Student Accommodation, Office Space, Industrial, Retail


Links:
Planning Application: 07/02056/PRES4 / 03/02432/POUT
Opal Property Website
Lewis & Hickley


Notes:
You may have noticed that there is a lot of activity on Illkeston Road near the Jubilee
Campus. Well, I found out a while ago it was student accomodations but I didn't bother
mentioning it because the developer usually creates boring bland student accommodation
developments. Outline consent was granted earlier this month however a new reserved
matter application with the final details has been submitted today.... and I must say.. for
a project on the edge of radford, away from the city centre this is pretty exciting. Its a
mixed use development. JE Chettle Ltd and Magnet who are currently on the site (industrial
units) will not be relocating. Instead, their warehouses will be redeveloped.

There will be:

6 Shops with a total area of 12,900 sq ft
A new 5,000 sq ft magnet showroom
Student accommodation with 905 beds


Current Status:
Outline planning consent has been granted. The final application has just been put through.

A new through road is currently built on side and the land older buildings have are being cleared.

This is the site:

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Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

Status: Under Construction
Regen Zone: West Bridgeford
Developer: Nottinghamshire Cricket Ground
Architects: Maber Associates
Cost: 8.2m
Capacity Bring total up to 17,000.

The development cost 8.2m. The new stand will increase the capacity to 17,000
and with the installation of six permanent floodlights, the scheme will provide high
calibre facilities for players and spectators, along with a new office block for
match day officials and administration.

There will also be a new electronic scoreboard on the office block that will act as
a replay screen during major matches.

The project is scheduled to be completed in time for next season's major matches
at Trent Bridge, with the new stand open for the npower Test with New Zealand,
starting on June 5, while the floodlights will be in use for the first time for the
second NatWest Series One-day International against South Africa on August 26.

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Lighthouse
Status (Approved)
Developer: Lace Market Properties
Architects: Lace Market properties
Cost: ?
Use: Residential, Retail

SSC Page

Designed by Lace Market Properties Architectural Department, the Lighthouse will contain 207 apartments
and 33,000 sq ft of ground floor commercial space. The consent further strengthens Lace Market Properties
credentials as a major regeneration specialist and secures another high quality development in the Eastside
Regeneration Zone.

This development brings with it many innovative design features, of which is the residents Roof Top Running
Track which will give unique panoramic views across the City of Nottingham.

The development will site directly beside the Litmus Building.

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Picture Works
Status: Approved
Cost: ?
Developer: Lace Market Properties
Architects: Lace Market Properties
Use: Residential

Pictures works will be an Architectrual statement on the Southside of the City.

SSC Page

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Summer Ley House (Approved)
Status: Approved
Cost: ?
Developer: Lace Market Properties
Architects: Lace Market Properties
Use: Residential

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The Rotunda, NG2
Cost: ?
Architects: Egret West
Developer: NG2 (Miller Birch)
Use: Grade A Office HQ

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River Crescent
Status: In Construction
Developer: Trent Park Developments
Architects: Clegg Construction
Cost: 30m
Use: Residential

SSC Page

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River Crescent Phase 2
Status: Pre-Planning
Developer: Trent Park Developments
Architects: ?
Cost: ?
Use: Residential

SSC Page


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Nottingham Forest Stadium
Status: Pre-Planning
Developer: Wilson Bowden Developments
Architects: Wilson Bowden Developments
Cost:
Use: Sports
Capacity: 45,000 - 50,000

SSC Page

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Trent Bridge Tower
Status: Pre-Planning
Developer: ?
Architects: Signet Planning
Use: Mixed
Cost: ?

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Brigeford Road
Status: Pre-Planning
Developer: Bournstone?
Architects: Maber
Use: Mixed
Cost: ?

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Maiden Lane
Status: Approved
Developer
Architects: ?
Use: Residential
Cost: ?

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Top of Canning Circus
Status: Planning Application Received
Developer: Britain & Europe Developments
Architects: Signet Planning
Cost: ?
Use: Student Accommodation

SSC Page

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Carrington Street
Status: Pre-Planning
Developer: ?
Architects: Maber
Use: Restaurants, Bars
Cost: ?

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London Road
Status: Application Recieved
Developer: Goodwin Developments
Architects: ?
Use: Grade A Office Space
Cost: ?

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NET Extension
Nottingham City Council
Cost: 400m

SSC Page

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Discussion Threads


Must See Threads
Full Summary of Nottingham Projects
Nottingham Urban Photo Gallery and Discussion of Events in Nottingham
Nottingham Skyline Photos
Nottingham Completed Projects


Inner City Centre

Trinity Square - 100m retail development
CCAN - New arts centre for Nottingham
The Pod - An award winning development in Nottingham
Broadmarsh Shopping Centre - Westfield - A Massive 400m+ 130,000m2 + of pure retail!
Lace Market Square - 3 Beautiful restaurants, a landscaped Piazza, and luxury apartments.
115-120 Talbot Street - Student Accommodation
Nottingham Trent University - Arkwright and Newton Buildings


Eastside

Eastside City - The Big One - A masterplan for 3m sq ft for the new business quarter of Nottingham
Litmus & Lighthouse - 2 Colourful apartment buildings in the eastside of the city
Chek Whytes 40 Floor Vision - Coming soon to a Nottingham near you!
No1. Brook Street - Lace Market Properties - We do not like



Southside

Southreef - Canal Apartments
PictureWorks & Summer Leys House - 2 Apartment buildings from Lace Market Properties
Sovereigns House - Horrid Apartments outside our station.
Castle College - Colourful Glass redevelopment of one of Nottinghams worst buildings.
Nottingham Train Station - Masterplanning
Waterfront Plaza
Victoria Embankment Ozone Project
Meadows Gateway - Lace Market Properties


Nottingham Waterside

ISIS Waterside Phase 1 - Over 400m - thousands of homes going up in the first phase.
River Crescent - Sustainable Luxury Apartments along the river trent - Phase 1 & 2



Outside the City Centre

Jubilee Campus & Science Park - This also includes the BioCity which is in the City Centre (sorry)
Nottingham Forest To Clifton
Development of Boots Land
East Midands Airport & Parkway Station
Toyota and Castle College Technology Centre
Sherwood Forest Living Landmarks Bid


Architectrual & Local Discussions

Nottingham Local Plan
Retail In Nottingham
Your Favourie...
Nottingham Crane Count
400m Expanstion of Nottinghams Tram Network - Working Parking Levy - Future Networks
Nottingham Worst Buildings
Old Nottingham Thread
New Nottingham Website Progress

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Wow nice thread Dan. With all these proposals Nottingham will be unrecognisable in 10 years or so. The city will have changed so much for the better by then.
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Nice thread dan do you know what the maximum height for the tower on the eastside project will be?
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I'm not sure but I know where I can find out, i've downloaded the planning app somewhere. I've gotta run out so i'll find out and let you know later
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Nice one mate, 100+ m would fit in nicely there!
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Well....i just squeezed in the time to look. The original application in 2004 says it will be about 98m, and it will be 20 floors.

Remember this application was written up a while ago, this may have changed. Because the application was just a masterplan they're still going to have to put in individual applications when they want to go ahead and put up a building. The tower is part of the last phase of the masterplan, i'm hoping by the time they put it up, we'll already have a few high rises (chek whyte tower, maybe something somewhere from Bildurn), influence eastside and city to put up even bigger proposals.
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Didn't they reduce the height of the tower to 19 floors. Doesn't really make much of a difference but 20 is a nicer number.
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Danz, you could add the Station redevelopment + NET lines 2 and 3 to your list.
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arrr yeah... I will do... wheres the best renders of the station?
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There are some on NewNottingham.
Heres a picture for you of the proposed tram route to Beeston & Clifton.

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I think they could do with a few more park and rides along those new tram lines. Have you seen how busy the forest gets? At peak times people are parking in places that ARE NOT designated to be parking spaces. The original lines got 4 Park and rides!
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The chillwell and Clifton ones will probably be used just as much though because of there close proximity to the M1.
Im sure the Wilkinson Street Park And Ride is the ASDA carpark but your not supposed to park there if your not shopping
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No, Wilkinson Street is the tram depot. Asda is the next stop into town.
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Nooo I live not too far from there... the wilkinson street park and ride is right outside the NET depot. Its totally different from asda car park lol
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Oh. Whoops.
I should know that aswell I used to go to college on the tram past there everyday for 2 years.
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Some very good projects there, especially the first one!
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Beautiful isnt it!
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Highfield Science Park
Cost: 50m
Architects: Egret West
Developer: Blueprint
Use: Science Park



lol! these renders make me crack up. they're so fucking trippy. it's the way they made them, the light, the figures, the strange angles of the walkways, the animals, colours etc....what are those people doing? some of the birds are class.

i hope the science park turns out to be just as bizarre in real life
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It looks like something you would see on a film like Antz. It'd definately be different And I'ds be interested in seeing how it turns out.
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