The student accommodation development will span five and six storeys in height and will offer 297 bedrooms, across a mix of cluster apartments and studios, with a wide range of amenities and facilities including study rooms, a communal lounge, gym, cinema, laundry facilities and cycle storage. If the planning application is successful, the developer is aiming for the development to complete by summer 2023. This development has the potential to be a significant piece of the jigsaw in the regeneration of both Traffic Street and Nottingham’s Southside Regeneration Area.
It’s just a short walk from the city centre, Nottingham station and the tram network, which links it with Nottingham Trent University and The University of Nottingham, making it an ideal location for students to live.
The development creates a strong frontage onto Traffic Street, whilst also complementing surrounding developments and providing breathing space between neighbouring buildings via two generous landscaped courtyards at either side of the scheme. All this combines to create a high-quality, aesthetically pleasing development that sits comfortably within its surroundings and will offer students a superb standard of accommodation in an evolving and popular part of the city.