Advisory panel to recommend the future of Broadmarsh site

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A design and delivery advice panel for the Greater Broadmarsh site has been revealed to help build an ambitious vision that will transform more than 20 acres of land in the heart of Nottingham.

Independently Chaired by Greg Nugent of The Nottingham Project, a former director of London 2012, the panel will feature key people from the city including Paul Seddon of Nottingham City Council, Nick Ebbs of Nottingham Growth Board, Louise Brennan of Historic England and Mark Chivers of Boots UK.

Sir Tim Smit of the Eden Project, Jerome Frost of ARUP UK and world renowned urban designer Kathryn Frith are some of the national experts joining the group.

The names joining the independent panel have been chosen based on their expert knowledge and experience in urban redesign, architectural expertise, work on delivering major international and national projects as well as their understanding of Nottingham’s heritage and future. All members will be joining the panel on a voluntary basis and will not be paid for their time.

The panel is being asked to recommend two crucial aspects for the future of the site which totals an estimated 20 acres: a creative vision for the space as well as a

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