We’re undergoing one of the most far-reaching and exciting development programmes in Europe, one that’s attracting major companies such as E.ON to expand their business here.
Recent headlines include the redevelopment of sites such as Boots HQ and Beeston Business Park, all part of Nottingham’s designated Enterprise Zone, are creating a whirl of new activity.
While the planned major redevelopment of our Southside, Eastside and Waterside zones, and our two retail shopping centres ensure that Nottingham is the place to be for new opportunities.
Combine this with an £750 million investment in creating an integrated transport hub, work to improve our award-winning tram network, the widening of arterial routes into the city and the establishment of ultra high-speed broadband, and you have a city that’s serious about investing in its future.
Our tram network doubled in size in 2015, with the opening of lines to Chilwell and Clifton. The extended 32km network now serves 20 of the 30 largest employers in Greater Nottingham, both universities, the Queen’s Medical Centre, key regeneration sites, nearly 30% of the Greater Nottingham population and all three Nottingham junctions of the M1. It can serve up to 20 million passengers a year and is a key part of the city’s plans to support economic prosperity.
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What key councillors and officers did with the Growth Plan was talk to a lot of businesses; from my perspective, they really understood what the public sector needed to do