A Nottinghamshire driver recruitment and courier business is taking advantage of Cotgrave’s multi-million pound regeneration to grow. Route4Solutions, which offers a pool of trained drivers for short-term hire, is one of 15 new businesses to move in to the newly-built Colliers Business Park, off Holygate Lane. The Rushcliffe Borough Council-owned units were completed in August and opened in October as part of a larger £10.5m investment by the council to regenerate the town.
Work is underway to build a multi-million pound health centre in a bid to regenerate Cotgrave’s ‘tired’ town centre and ‘not fit for purpose’ community buildings. The new multi-service centre, off Candleby Lane, will house a GP practice, library, police station and contact point for council services, and will open in September this year. It will cost £4m to build and is part of the £10.3m investment in to Cotgrave to revamp the shopping area and bring more jobs and businesses to the town.
The main concourse of Nottingham railway station has now reopened more than a week since a fire broke out in the building. A large part of the station’s main entrance was shut following the fire, which is believed to have broken out in the women’s toilet on January 12. The ticket office is also open and “most of the facilities up and running” again, although to get to platform seven, passengers have to use the middle bridge.
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