New images have emerged of the first phase of the 276,000 sq ft Unity Square development in Nottingham.
In November, HMRC confirmed Unity Square as its East Midlands hub and said it will bring around 4,300 workers to the completed office buildings in 2021. The scheme will be delivered by Peveril Securities and its joint venture partner Sladen Estates.
Speaking to TheBusinessDesk.com at a public consultation held on Carrington Street at the end of November, Nick Sladen of Sladen Estates said: “What we’ll achieve with Unity Square is a transformational building. Nottingham has not had a Grade A office space of this size and quality before. What’s more, because it’s been funded by Legal & General, Nottingham will have established itself as an institutional location.”
Ralph Jones, managing director of Peveril Securities, said: “For HMRC to choose Nottingham is hugely significant for not just the city, but for everyone who lives and works here.
“In addition to this, we also believe that such a significant investment in the city and provision of an ultra-modern state of the art office building that would be at home in any major city will be a catalyst for the wider regeneration of the Southside area and will send a strong message to national & regional occupiers that Nottingham is open for business.”
Article from The Business Desk 15.1.19