Sunday, November 28, 2021

Work begins on new Dunelm store in Nottingham

Work has begun on a new Dunelm home furnishings store being built in Nottingham by local contractor J Tomlinson.

Nottingham-based BSP Consulting is providing the full civil and structural engineering services for the development on Queen’s Drive which is being built with Benchmark Property for Davidsons Developments.

The £2.5m scheme is part of a phased development at the site. Architects for the 23,000 sq ft unit are Stephen George & Partners, from Leicester.Construction managing director at J Tomlinson, Martin Gallagher, said: “This is a prominent site, and J Tomlinson is very pleased to be building a new retail store for Dunelm, the UK’s leading home furnishing retailer which is currently expanding with a number of new outlets.”

The store is scheduled to be completed by the end of March 2016.

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