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Wraps off at Sneinton Market

posted 4 Oct 2015, 13:55 by Tom Hughes   [ updated 2 Nov 2015, 12:52 ]

After a year behind hoardings and a £3.85 million spend, how is the Creative Quarter reboot of Sneinton Market looking? As the project nears completion things are becoming clearer... 

...and applications are now open if you're interest in taking on a unit: End of October deadline.


If you are interested in occupying a unit at the refurbished Sneinton Market, you'll need to get your application in via the Creative Quarter (see link below) by the end of October 2015.

Interestingly, the allocation of units is being approached from the standpoint that  "it's not what the Market can do for you, but what you can do for the Market...". 
Above: Public areas have been cleaned up and new street lighting installed.
Left: Through alleys with new lighting and pigeon netting, should feel cleaner and safer
Below: Units have been cleared out and tidied up, with new roofs and rooflights... and improved services
So be prepared to explain how your business will benefit the values of the Market project and state how much you are prepared to pay for a unit there. Applications will then be judged and units allocated...

The idea must be to see Sneinton Market as more than just a commercial space, and build up a community of proactive creative tenants who will bring it to life.

Good luck to Sneinton Market, we need this to work!

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