Nottingham Station, Redevelopment
The sympathetic refurbishment brings life to Nottingham’s principle railway station, revitalising the surrounding area
The renovation of Nottingham railway station was one of the enabling projects undertaken to unlock the wider redevelopment of the city’s intricate transport network. Interfacing projects include extensions to the existing tram system, a multi-storey car park and provision of new taxi rank facilities.
The award-winning scheme comprises an extensive refurbishment to the existing Grade II* listed suite of station buildings, the transformation of the porte-cochere into a tranquil concourse space and an additional new concourse to the south east of the station building. The project required the approval of over 70 listed building consents and planning permission conditions.
Our sensitive design fully respects the historic architecture of the existing buildings whilst providing it with a contemporary face, fit for modern-day travel.
Undertaken whist maintaining a fully operational environment, the redevelopment significantly improves connectivity to the existing station, improving passenger flows and reducing congestion.
Client. Network Rail, Nottingham City Council, Taylor Woodrow
Location. Nottingham, UK
National Rail Awards 2016, Best Large Station, Winner
National Railway Heritage Awards 2014, Crossrail Award for Urban Heritage, Winner
Nottingham Civic Trust Society Awards 2014, Major Refurbishment Award, Commendation