A £120 million development will be taking place at the former site of the Central Fire and Police stations in Nottingham. The site is adjacent to Guildhall Place, and Miller Birch are the property developers set to deliver the project.
This project consists of improvements to the 300,000 sq. ft. Guildhall which could lead to a four star hotel being built as well as offices. There may also be new facilities for Nottingham Trent University, who are in discussions regarding the development.
The East Midlands-based property developer Miller Birch will be working alongside Nottingham City Council on the scheme. This partnership is part of a wider plan to regenerate more of Nottingham and improve this city.
There are several key sites that will be the focus at MIPIM, of which Guildhall Place is one. MIPIM is the world’s biggest property event in Cannes, and in a delegation led by Invest in Nottingham, the work at Guildhall Place will be looked at during the event along with the other key sites.
Miller Birch has a good track record with developments in Nottingham, which is reassuring when taking on a project like Guildhall Place with its long history. The local council has invested more than £1 billion into improving the city centre’s infrastructure, and Miller Birch’s development of Guildhall Place will not only be vital for the regeneration of Nottingham but will continue to encourage the aim to expand the city. Miller Birch have similar aims to Nottingham City Council in that they are both invested in the growth and regeneration of the city.
The Guildhall Place project comes after the successful work on Trinity House. The work taken on for E.On is one of the largest office developments to ever be completed in Nottingham. For the work at Guildhall Place there are discussions taking place with major office occupiers and hotel names as well as the University.