Developer Godwin Developments has submitted proposals for a 692-unit purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) scheme in Nottingham city centre, on the site of the former Royal Mail sorting office.
The plans, lodged with Nottingham City Council at the end of last week, propose the demolition of the current derelict building, which has been vacant for nearly 20 years, and the construction of a new scheme, varying from 12 to 15 storeys in height
Situated on the corner of Bath Street and Cowan Street, the development – named the Bendigo Building – is adjacent to St. Mary’s Rest Gardens and will consist of a mix of modern studio apartments, four, five and six-bedroom clusters and disabled studio rooms. The scheme will also incorporate a range of indoor amenities such
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