90 jobs to be created as regeneration scheme kicks off

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A major renovation scheme that is expected to create over 90 local jobs has started in Ilkeston.

Beeston-based firm J Tomlinson is working with Erewash Borough Council on a redevelopment scheme across Toll Bar House.

Located on a main arterial road in the town of Ilkeston, Derbyshire, Toll Bar House was built in 1930 for the Derbyshire and Nottingham Electric Power Company. The building was since acquired by Erewash Building Council and rented to public sector organisations- the most recent being the NHS Erewash Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) – before being declared “unlettable” by the council in 2020 due to its age and non-energy efficient design.

The three-storey building, known for its Crescent-shaped design, is set

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