intu Broadmarsh, Nottingham

One of the twin pillars of our investment in Nottingham’s hugely successful city centre

We are totally transforming intu Broadmarsh, and indeed Nottingham itself, with a £150 million investment in Nottingham city centre to create somewhere new for customers to meet, dine, shop and socialise throughout the day and evening.

The new mix of shops, restaurants and leisure will add to the attractions the city already offers, creating new places to eat, shop, relax and play, and will generate additional footfall and economic activity well into the evening.


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Something to look forward to

We have worked with Nottingham City Council and local people to come up with plans for intu Broadmarsh that the public support and will improve the whole city. The urban street style development pays homage to the city’s industrial heritage as well as providing an improved new route through the centre forming a new southern gateway into Nottingham.

The project will bring new retail brands, restaurants and leisure activities, including a multi-screen cinema and new restaurants – giving lots more reasons for customers to come more often and stay longer.

We’re delighted that our plans for intu Broadmarsh have received approval. Along with our work at intu Victoria Centre, we now have a great opportunity to create something special for Nottingham. We look forward to working together with the council to move the project forward.

Martin Breeden
Development director, intu

For more information, contact

Alison Woodall

Job title Senior asset manager



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Do you want to know a secret?

Sssh, don’t tell anybody, but there’s a hidden world underneath intu Broadmarsh: a network of sandstone caves that go back to the 11th century and were used as homes, storerooms – even air raid shelters. You can get to the City of Caves from the centre’s upper floor.