Kickstart The Island Quarter

After securing the backing of Nottingham City Council, The Island Quarter is ready to go.

To ensure this development can happen as quickly as possible, we must secure grant funding to prepare the site for regeneration. Due to the site’s industrial history, this preparation work is essential, and the proposals cannot progress until it has been completed.

This grant funding will allow Conygar to kickstart The Island Quarter. We need your support to secure this funding.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Re: Support Nottingham City Council’s Applications for the Levelling Up Fund

I am writing to express my support for the City Council’s applications for Levelling Up Funding at Broad Marsh and the Island Quarter.

Broad Marsh is one of the largest brownfield sites in the country. The Levelling Up Funding will help clear up the site and make it ready for a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reinvent and reimagine the city. The site is vital to the future of the region and to building a stronger, fairer and greener Nottingham.

The Island Quarter will provide over two million square feet of mixed use development creating up to 4,000 jobs. The funding will deliver essential infrastructure improvements to benefit everyday life in Nottingham including a site-wide cycle path network, footpaths and other connectivity improvements such as the Sneinton Greenway which will serve to better link Sneinton to the city centre.

I therefore urge you to agree to the funding and help Nottingham prosper once more.

Best regards,

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Disclaimer: Clicking send will sign you up to support Nottingham’s bids for the Levelling Up Fund and send the above letters of support to The Island Quarter Team. Sending this letter gives us full permission to share your support and details with Homes England, the Ministry of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, HM Treasury, Members of Parliament, Nottingham City Councillors and Officers or any other stakeholder/organisation in support of The Island Quarter Regeneration Scheme and Nottingham City Council’s applications for the Levelling Up Fund.

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