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Nottingham Midland Station


Location Client Cost Completion
Nottingham Nottingham City Council £67m 2014

Project details

Nottingham Midland Station was developed in its current form and arrangement around the turn of the 20th century and in recent years had suffered from maintenance neglect. The primary purpose of the refurbishment was to improve the function and perception of the station for users and operators, and create a world class facility which meets the needs and aspirations of current and future activities.

The remodelling saw the removal of the car and taxi drop-off point from the porte-cochere to create a new enclosed passenger space at the front and connects all the various facilities including booking hall, the new south concourse and retail.

The platform environment has been enhanced with the addition of new lifts, re-glazing of the canopies and a new dispersal bridge.

The project shows what can be achieved in partnership and how successful modern urban interchanges can be created by restoring and making the very most of fine, existing, buildings

Howard Smith Operations Director for Crossrail


  • enhance and expand the existing station complex while preserving its historic character
  • provide new connections to the new tramline and mulit-storey carpark


  • National Railway Heritage Award (urban heritage category) 2015

Integrated services

masterplanning, architecture, civil & structural engineering, environmental engineering, lighting design, landscape architecture