As an important part of the city's heritage, Sneinton Market has been subject to significant investment to improve the area and reinvigorate the site as a focal point for Nottingham's emerging creative sector.
Former wholesale buildings at Sneinton Market were recently transformed as part of the council’s vision for the regeneration of Sneinton Market, helping to realise the vision for the market to grow a lively community of businesses, artists and organisations with a focus on creative industries. The buildings, which have been refurbished by construction firm Wates, offer workshops and studio spaces of varying sizes suitable for creative sector Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) on flexible market terms. Physical works to redevelop units of the market’s avenues A to C completed in late 2015.
Redeveloped Sneinton Market buildings
The redevelopment of Sneinton Market forms part of a broader programme of regeneration activity to Build a Better Nottingham, which currently also includes work to improve the public realm in the Creative Quarter, more than £750m worth of investment in transport infrastructure across Nottingham and the biggest council home building programme in the city in 40 years with more than 400 new council homes being built across the city. The Sneinton Market regeneration was made possible by the purchase of the site by Nottingham City Council is 2013 and nearly £4m of investment funding from both European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the council itself. It is anticipated that the redevelopment of the market will realise a number number of benefits to the city including increased visitors, job creation and growth within the creative sector.
Nottingham’s Creative Quarter company continues to welcome enquiries from prospective new tenants; interested parties should contact Lucy Alderson at the Creative Quarter on firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 0115 876 3132.
To read more about Sneinton Market please visit the website at www.sneintonmarket.co.uk
Sneinton Market image Gallery
The photographs below show the site before, during and following redevelopment.
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