Upper Parliament Street

Nottingham

The former Co-operative Department store on Upper Parliament Street, which ceased trading in 2001, is a significant local landmark in a prominent position and has been refurbished as a true mixed-use scheme.

The ground floor is occupied by retailers and restaurants, a casino operates at first and second floor and the central tower is the entrance to two floors of offices for the Driving Standards Agency, arranged around new central atrium.

The conversion of the vacant storage building into the Tenon Headquarters and 18 duplex apartments complete the development.

The scheme won a number of awards including Property Week Awards 2007 RICS East Midlands Awards 2008, The Lord Mayor’s Awards for Urban Design Nottingham 2009and Nottingham Evening Post Commercial Property Awards 2008.