Broadmarsh transformation takes next step forward as demolition work to begin in June

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Further significant steps towards transforming the former Broadmarsh shopping centre site will be taken next month.

In July 2020, the lease for the former Broadmarsh shopping centre was handed back to Nottingham City Council after intu went into administration.

Since then, the City Council has reopened the critical right of way connecting the city centre to the train station, held a Big Conversation about the site, with over 3,000 individual responses to the call for ideas, and secured £12 million in external funding for the first phase of demolition and masterplanning of the site, with the independent Broadmarsh Advisory Group made up of prominent local and national advisors helping shape a new vision for the area.

Nottingham City Council has confirmed that preparatory work will begin on site in mid-June, including relocating the walkway between Collin Street and Lister Gate to the east, to allow demolition of the western part of the former shopping centre building to begin.

Carried out by the council’s contractors Willmott Dixon Construction, significant demolition work is scheduled to begin this summer through to spring 2022, with initial works demolishing the centre from its junction with Carrington Street to the NCP Arndale Car Park. Further demolition

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