Sunday, September 19, 2021

Approval tipped for major student scheme at Nottingham’s Island Quarter

Plans for Phase 2 of The Island Quarter in Nottingham, involving the construction of a new student scheme, have been recommended for approval.

Conygar Nottingham Ltd is seeking the green light to create 702 student accommodation units, arranged in three multi-faceted blocks of differing heights around a central courtyard and pedestrianised ‘street’.

The tallest block would comprise 12 storeys (Block A) with the remaining 2 blocks being 9 (Block B) and 8 (Block C) storeys high. Blocks A and B would provide cluster flats and block C would provide studio flats.

The application relates to the north eastern corner of the wider Island Site and is bounded by Evelyn Street to the north, Manvers Street to the east and City Link to the South. The site is currently free from built development and comprises temporary car parking, on relatively flat land and semi-mature scrub vegetation.

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