Planning bosses give thumbs up to major Nottingham gateway scheme

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Plans for a major city centre mixed-use scheme in Nottingham have received the backing of Nottingham City Council’s planning bosses.

Fusion Students will find out next Wednesday (September 22), when the council’s planning committee sits, whether or not it will be able build a multi-use development called King Edward Court that would house 568 students, 96 residential units and ground floor commercial space.

The scheme is being designed by Corstorphine and Wright.

The site is on the junction of Glasshouse Street, Lower Parliament Street and King Edward Street and currently houses a number of office buildings with surface parking.

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