Intu, which owns and manages shopping centres across the UK, has unveiled its proposals for the multi-million pound redevelopment of Nottingham's Intu Broadmarsh centre, as part of a formal public consultation process.
Intu’s proposals include a new open street extending Bridlesmith Gate to focus on luxury retailing, a new catering offering, a multi-screen cinema and new leisure facilities, as well as improved new route through the centre providing direct access between the train station and the rest of the city and a higher quality finish throughout the shopping centre.
These proposals take into account the views and ideas of more than 1,000 customers, and now the multi-million redevelopment plans will be display at the centre so that members of the public will be able to express their views by completing a survey.
Martin Breeden, regional director of Intu, said: “We are really pleased to unveil our proposals for the redevelopment of Intu Broadmarsh. We know there is demand from tenants for new spaces in Nottingham and we are already having discussions with some key brands.
“Intu is committed to the city of Nottingham and we have been working closely with Nottingham City Council to ensure that our proposals for Intu Broadmarsh complement the City Council’s vision for the city and in particular their plans for the southern part of Nottingham.”