New Central Building

Nottingham City Councillors have given a green light for work to get underway on Nottingham’s new central library within the next few months.  This project will replace the old central library on Angel Row.

The City council executive Board has announced that the £10.5 million needed to  commence the project of the City’s new central library has been approved which means it would be ready to open to the public next summer.

The library would have a dedicated children’s library, extensive book collection, meeting rooms, free wi-fi and free access to computers, laptops and iPads, a café and exhibition.

Residents have been left without a main library since the central library at Angel row closed in March 2020 due to the pandemic restrictions.