D2N2 is proud to have invested £1.2 million from the Local Growth Fund into Phase 2 of the A46 Corridor.
The ‘A46 Corridor’ regeneration scheme, designed to revitalise the town of Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire is being delivered in four phases; with the aim of creating an estimated 2,800 jobs, 27 hectares of employment land and 1,600 homes.
Phase One, to create extra employment space on the site of the former Cotgrave Colliery, was completed in July 2017.Phase 2 of the project included improvements to shop units within Cotgrave town centre including upstairs business accommodation, improved public spaces; and the building of a new centre called Cotgrave Hub which houses police, library, Rushcliffe Borough Council contact point, GP, and health centre services.
Contractors began construction in May 2017 and completed their work in January 2019.Phase Three of the A46 Corridor project will include road widening works around the site of the former RAF Newton base to enable the delivery of a further 550 houses and 6.45 hectares of employment land.
In total the A46 Corridor project is set to cost around £14.5million.