Councillors back £50m eight-storey Nottingham development
A £50m development in Nottingham has been unlocked as the project is approved. The city centre development, being brought forward by CERT Property (Sheriff Way Nottingham Ltd), is set to continue the transformation around Nottingham Train Station with the city boasting a number of major schemes in the area.
CERT property will create over 400 student beds and 149 apartments set for the PRS market. The project will be located on Crocus street, which is an ideal location for the scheme.
To read more on Nathan Spencer’s from built environment networking article, please click the link https://www.built-environment-networking.com/nottingham-crocus-street-residential/
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