Work starts in earnest this year on the redevelopment of Nottingham’s railway station.
Further details of the design of the proposed new multi-storey car park at Nottingham’s railway station will be considered at a meeting of Nottingham City Council’s Development Control Committee on 19 January prior to construction work starting in March.
The striking new 950 space car park, which will incorporate office and retail premises at ground level, will be built by Vinci Construction.
The new car park will be built on the western end of the existing surface station car parking area on Queen’s Road.
The remainder of the existing surface station car park will be made available for redevelopment as part of the wider Southside redevelopment.
The public right of way across the station footbridge will be temporarily closed to enable construction to take place safely.
This is the first significant phase of the railway station redevelopment. Future works to the main station buildings will provide new and enhanced passenger and operational facilities including a new ticket office, waiting rooms, shops and cafes. A new concourse will also be built to enable an improved passenger interchange connecting with lines two and three of the tram extension proposals (NET Phase Two). The railway station work is due to be completed by 2014.