Published on 04/01/2019
11/09/2019 - Collin Street temporary closure
A tower crane will soon be delivered and assembled at the Collin Street side of the shopping centre, where it will carry out phased demolition of the existing structure, followed by the installation of various steelwork, glazing and cladding for features such as the new Lister Gate Square access and the highly anticipated new cinema, The Light.
In order to safely deliver and erect the tower crane, Collin Street will be closed from the Friar Lane junction with Maid Marian Way to its junction with Middle Hill from 10pm on Friday 11 October to 6am on Monday 14 October.
The temporary closure will apply to both vehicles and pedestrians, so access through intu Broadmarsh’s Collin Street entrance will also be unavailable during the weekend, reopening on Monday 14 October.
The centre will remain open and clear diversions will be in place for members of the public via Maid Marian Way to Castle Gate. Visitors will then be able to enter the centre via the main Lister Gate doors. Nottingham City Council will be putting vehicle diversions in place to keep any highways disruption to a minimum where possible, with advanced notification signage planned for the coming weeks.
24/06/2019 - Upper mall closure
As part of our redevelopment works, the upper mall at intu Broadmarsh is now closed and unfortunately this does mean the toilets are no longer accessible for the foreseeable future. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this will cause, but we look forward to delivering a fantastic new-look shopping centre for the community. Our shops on the lower level remain open as usual and we will let customers know as soon as we have a date for the new toilets to open.
10/06/2019 - Lister Gate entrance evening closures
Our regeneration works at intu Broadmarsh are now well underway and we’re starting to see some exciting changes in the centre. From Monday 24 June, we will need to close the walkway between Collin Street and Lister Gate each night between 7pm to 7am to safely carry out work in that area. The overnight closures will then be in place until the centre is fully redeveloped, however the walkway will be open as usual during the day.
We’re really sorry for the inconvenience the overnight closures will cause, but signage will be in place to guide people along a short diversion via Maid Marian Way and Castle Gate, and vice-versa.
If you usually use the walkway at night, please allow a little extra time for your journey, especially if you are travelling to and from the train station.
05/06/2019 - New Sussex Street temporary entrance
Nottingham City Council have now completed works on creating a temporary alternative entrance to intu Broadmarsh from Sussex Street, as the entrance from the Tanner’s Walk subway has now closed to enable Nottingham City Council to work on the brand new Broadmarsh Car Park. The centre is open as usual and can be accessed via the new Sussex Street temporary entrance, which is just a few metres from the former entrance. Just follow the signs!
13/02/2019 - Drury Walk closure
On Monday 25 February works will start on the upper mall of intu Broadmarsh as part of the £86 million transformation of the centre. As a result, the Drury Walk entrance to the centre (off of Middle Hill) will be closed. However, the centre and shops are open as usual via the main entrance at Listergate along with our Collin Street and Cliff Road entrances.
The City of Caves is also open as normal, but with its entrance relocating to a new home. Customers can follow the signs within the centre to access the City of Caves, ask a member of our team for assistance or take the steps at the back of the Nottingham Contemporary to the new entrance.
04/01/2019 - Contractors appointed
intu has today announced the appointment of Sir Robert McAlpine to deliver the £86 million transformation of intu Broadmarsh in Nottingham ahead of the contractor starting on site in early 2019 to deliver the next phase of the project. This latest news from the shopping centre owner comes after Nottingham City Council’s announcement that it has confirmed its approval to the award of the contract for the intu Broadmarsh redevelopment.
Preparatory work has been ongoing throughout 2018 including the relocation of the centre’s management office and improvements to the Wilkos store to make way for The Light cinema.
Martin Breeden, development director at intu, said: “We are looking forward to this next stage in developing the centre into a great place to eat, relax and play from day time through to evening. The redeveloped intu Broadmarsh will draw people in from further afield and complement the existing retail offer in Nottingham.”
“The Light and Hollywood Bowl are both committed to the centre and there is significant interest from a number of retailers and restaurants in taking space at the centre. We are creating the most exciting development in the city’s southern area for more than five decades and we continue to work with Nottingham City Council on their plans for the wider Broadmarsh area, which is a fabulous regeneration programme.”