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Changing face of Nottingham city centre laid bare as council reveal £2bn development bid

City leaders have offered a glimpse into how the centre of Nottingham could look in the future as they look to secure £2 billion of development.

The list has come after the council announced it was planning to approve the development of the 40-acre Boots Island site into new homes, offices, student accommodation and a hotel.

Robert Ware, chief executive of Conygar Investment Company PLC, which owns the site, said: “Conygar has been working closely with planners at the city council over previous months in order to come up with the best possible scheme for Nottingham.

“This is a crucial site for the city because it will generate hundreds of jobs – both during and after the build – but we will be creating much-needed Grade A office space, which will attract key employers to the city.”

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