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20th September 2019

Investing in Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire County Council provide such a wide variety of services that it’s easy to forget just how much they do in our communities.

From care and education, through to culture and leisure, there’s a service that supports almost every stage of resident’s lives.

To showcase the breadth and depth of their work, they recently held an event at County Hall for Council members and guests; with representatives and exhibits from many of the services.

As a joint venture between Scape and Nottinghamshire County Council, we were delighted to host a stand at the event, giving our team the opportunity to celebrate some of the projects we’re designing and delivering for the council and our community. They’re all part of Nottinghamshire County Council’s capital programme and their “Investment in Nottinghamshire” initiative, which will help drive economic growth across the county.

The projects we featured were:


Lindhurst is a 480 acre, £600m development to the south of Mansfield, delivering houses, offices, commercial and industrial premises to create jobs and homes and bring economic growth tot the area.

Top Wighay Farm

Top Wighay farm is a large scale, residential and employment development near Hucknall, to create new jobs and provide much needed housing. This is a flagship project for Nottinghamshire County Council.

County Hall Campus

The County Hall Campus regeneration project will develop the current site, to create an iconic office development, with high environmental standards at its heart. The previous work we did to demolish the CLASP building on site has paved the way for this regeneration programme.

Lindhurst Top Wighay County hall campus
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We also displayed models of some of our other key projects, Orchard SEN School and Newark Day Services, Clayfields House and Hucknall Flying High Academy.

These formed the centre piece for the exhibition, creating lots of interest in the ambition and amount of building being carried out by the Council on behalf of schools and the community.

The event was a great success and we look forward to being part of many more exhibitions in the future.