Work to revamp Nottingham's Old Market Square begins this week

Work to revamp Nottingham's Old Market Square began this week with the city's lord mayor lifting the first paving slab. The £7 million scheme aims to create a more flexible, usable and stylish space in the heart of the city. It includes a complete redesign of the area including water terraces and the removal of steps and walls. Granite will be used across most of the square to create a high-quality finish. Hoardings will be put up to screen the site while work is carried out. The project is expected to take a year to complete.

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