Plans for the re-development of Broadmarsh are set to start this evening (22.01.16).

The council approved the plans for the scheme in June last year- which will see the shopping centre transformed, and creating a vibrant new quarter for customers to shop, eat, relax and and socialise throughout the day and the evening.

The proposals detailed Intu’s vision for a new southern gateway into Nottingham from the train station. There is also a focus on delivering improved pedestrian routes through the shopping centre – connecting more easily to the city and surrounding streets.

The scheme includes a number of new facilities and will improve the look and feel of Intu Broadmarsh.

  • A variety of places to eat, from ‘grab-and-go’ to sit-down restaurants
  • A multi-screen cinema and new places to relax and play.
  • A new open street to complement Middle Pavement and extending to Bridlesmith Gate
  • An improved new route through the centre from Lister Gate to Carrington Street, providing between the train station and the rest of the City.
  • A new entrance on Middle Hill

New high quality toilets, parent and child facilities and accessible facilities for wheelchair users and new lifts and escalators.