The Pudding Pantry is the newest business to take over empty units in Trinity Square as the revamp of the area continues.
The pedestrianised zone in the heart of Nottingham’s shopping and food quarter is currently under going its second redevelopment in the last five years. This is despite the fact it was only completed in 2008. Six years on the Pudding Pantry has taken over two units which has been standing empty all that time.
Businesses which take over the empty units at Trinity Square are eligible for £10,000 from the City Council’s vacant shop start up scheme.
Neil Millington, loan fund manager at Hyson Green based First Enterprise Business Agency, FEBA, sets up loans to help businesses across the East Midlands.
The store is a fantastic addition to the area especially for students and young people. It adds to the modern and young look of Trinity Square.
Councillor Nick McDonald, Nottingham City Council’s portfolio holder for Jobs and Growth believes that the redevelopment of Trinity Square will compliment work going on across Nottingham to regenerate the City Centre. The money is being spent on a Trinity Square make over as part of a wider scheme to encourage people into the City Centre and make for a better Nottingham.
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