Units to let principally for research and development and small scale production located in our Nottingham Science & Technology Park.
For more information or a viewing please call 0115 8763000https://www.rightmove.co.uk/commercial-property-to-let/property-74177255.html
First floor modern office accommodation located in popular Castlebridge Office Village, complete with 24 parking spaces.
Accessed from separate Ground Floor entrance lobby. Benefits from a lift, suspended ceilings and gas fired central heating
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Currently, Nottingham has approximately £2 billion worth of redevelopment opportunities in a 0.5 square mile city centre radius, which the council hopes to unlock in partnership with private sector investors. These include a number of property investment opportunities across the wider city area for office, residential and retail spaces in a growing city with enormous potential.
Nottingham is a highly skilled city, with two award winning universities producing 60,000 students a year and talented graduates across a number of sectors, particularly in the life sciences and creative industries. This means that over 60% of the jobs in Nottingham are in knowledge intensive areas, well above the UK average.
Invest in Nottingham, the city’s Place Marketing partner offers a free and confidential service for businesses interested in relocating into Nottingham. Nottingham Jobs can help you find the talent you might need for your business and advice on how you can access training, and grant funding if required.
Already started on site and anticipated to be delivered during 2020-2021, are the City’s Skills Hub on Canal Street, major high-grade office development at Unity Square, Broadmarsh retail centre redevelopment and the bus station and multi storey car park that will stand within a stones-throw of the aforementioned.
Property Plus are proposing the Crocus Place development; a 7 storey 124,000 sq ft (NIA) grade A office building to be completed to a BREEAM Very Good standard. Located in the Southside regeneration area, the building will be completed late spring 2021.
Also in the pipeline is the Island Site, which will deliver a mixed-use office, residential and retail scheme, between London Road and Manvers Street.
Nottingham Property Plus is the commercial trading name for the Property Services functions that form one part of the Strategic Assets & Property Directorate at Nottingham City Council.
For all other opportunities and services available under Strategic Assets & Property and Development & Growth activity within the City Council, please go to the Nottingham City Council website.
Nottingham Property Plus is fully responsible for commercially managing the City Council's Corporate Portfolio of land and property assets. This includes an extensive Property Trading Account Portfolio and all surplus land and property. The role includes both the acquisition and disposal of property investments, proactive property management and letting of all tenanted and vacant assets, the strategic acquisition of assets for commercial or regeneration purposes, together with the open market disposal of any surplus land or buildings for a multitude of uses.
Nottingham Property Plus also provides a range of properties within the commercial Property Trading Account Portfolio that assist local businesses, Social and Commercial Enterprises and other groups, together with promoting employment, housing and regeneration. All these Property related activities are always undertaken on a commercial basis as the collective net receipts derived from all property holdings and trading activities within the Corporate Portfolio are ultimately utilised to fund and support front line City Council services to Citizens.
Nottingham Property Plus is managing the City Council's property interests in approximately one third of all property assets within the City boundaries, together with a number of significant property assets elsewhere in the UK. Given the extent and diversity of these property interests, Nottingham Property Plus often have a range of commercial letting or re-development opportunities as well as land and property assets for sale and for various potential uses, subject to Planning Consent. For further details on current availability, please use our search tool and follow us on Twitter. For any general enquiries or for further information, do not hesitate to contact the Nottingham Property Plus team.
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We will use the information provided by you in connection to any letting of our properties. The basis under which the Council uses personal data for this purpose is that this is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest by the Council or in the exercise of official authority vested in the Council.
The information provided by you may form part of a contract and also be used for the purpose of any other function carried out by the Council. Information about these functions and the legal basis on which information is used for them can be found at http://documents.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/download/5939 (section 3.4 Strategic Assets and Property)
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For more information about these rights please refer to our detailed privacy statement at https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/privacy-statement.