Galliford Try Building East Midlands has been appointed to design and build a new mixed use development, which will help to transform and regenerate the Broadmarsh area of Nottingham city centre.

The new £44m development will modernise parking facilities and the bus station, and will create a modern and high quality Central Library and new retail units. The project consists of:

A new build multi-storey car park to accommodate 1,226 cars with photovoltaic system on the car park roof  
A modern fully fitted out bus station, including ticket/travel centre, public WCs, back-of-house staff welfare facilities, customer waiting facilities, public concourse and information systems 
New build library shell and core to be fitted out by others New build retail units to shell and coreConstruction of a pedestrian bridge linking the car park to the intu Broadmarsh Shopping Centre 
Reconstruction of four retail units, which will integrate with the existing Broadmarsh Shopping Centre

The development will integrate with the upgrade to the adjacent intu Broadmarsh shopping centre as part of Nottingham City Council’s £250 million plans to transform and regenerate the Broadmarsh area of Nottingham city centre.

The type of construction is steel frame, terracotta cladding, cast glass and façade-mounted media screens.

The site, in centre of Nottingham surrounded by Collin Street, Middle Hill, Canal Street and Carrington Street, was formerly occupied by the previous Broadmarsh Bus Station and Car Park, which has since been demolished in advance of the new build. 

Jon Marston, Managing Director of Galliford Try Building East Midlands, commented: “We are delighted to be awarded this mixed use scheme, which is one of the most exciting urban regeneration projects in the East Midlands.

I am extremely pleased that we have been selected as Nottingham City Council’s construction partner, and look forward to playing our part in providing a lasting legacy for the people of Nottingham and the surrounding area.”

The project started on site at the end of April 2019 and is due to complete  in November 2020.



There will be introductions in the site meeting room where a presentation will be delivered and PPE issued to visitors.  Following a visitor safety briefing, guests will be accompanied by our experienced site management team on a tour of the construction site.  This will give visitors a chance to see the works as well as giving them the opportunity for Q&A's throughout.  The tour will then return to the meeting room to allow visitors to return the PPE and collect some complimentary corporate merchandise.


Address Albion House
5 - 13 Canal Street

The site office is not based on the construction site.  It is a short walk away on Canal Street to Albion House, 5-13 Canal Street Nottingham NG1 7EG

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Disabled Access no
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