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Update on Cotgrave Town Centre Regeneration

Details of the regeneration project for Cotgrave Town Centre, including the Cotgrave Strategic Board.

The Cotgrave Strategic Board is leading the regeneration of Cotgrave Town Centre. The board is made up of representatives from the following organisations who work in partnership on the project to regenerate Cotgrave:

  • Rushcliffe Borough Council
  • Homes and Communities Agency
  • Nottinghamshire County Council
  • Metropolitan Housing
  • Cotgrave Town Council
  • Barratt David Wilson Homes

At their meeting in January 2016, proposals for financing the next steps of the project were agreed. The planning application for the employment land is due to be submitted in spring and it is hoped the application for the town centre will be submitted towards the end of summer.

The board will be setting up new working groups to deliver the projects and continuing the partnership work focusing on employment and skills opportunities for local people.

Details of the £10.5m regeneration project

  • A new multiservice centre will be built on Scotland Bank to house GPs, police, library, Rushcliffe Borough Council contact point and Cotgrave Town Council.

  • The existing police station, library and health centre will be removed and replaced with new open space and landscaping. This will open up the precinct to Candleby Lane and create a welcoming environment for shoppers.

  • Shop units will be improved to provide a fresh new look and improvements will be made to the appearance of the back of the shops.

  • Flats above the shop units will be converted in to a new business centre for local businesses.

  • There will be a new play area and grassed areas.

  • 15 new industrial units will be built on the former colliery site, next to existing units on Colliers Way.

We will continue to engage with local residents and businesses via:

  • This webpage (
  • Regular updates to your elected Councillor
  • Updates from the Town Council working group
  • Information in Cotgrave Connections magazine.


We are hoping to set up a local business partnership so if you would like to get involved please contact  

If you are looking for new business premises please contact

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