Explore the Grade II listed building under redevelopment
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Russells Construction has been appointed to work on the £35.5m Grade II building, formerly known as Hanover House.
The 109,000 sq. ft. development is being stripped back and re-modelled, creating 91,000 sq. ft. of Grade A office space and 18,000 sq. ft. of available retail and leisure. Situated on Corporation Street next to the recently completed Federation Building refurbishment, the former warehouse overlooks Sadler’s Yard and Pilcrow Pub, which was hand-built by local volunteers.
Once complete, NOMA hopes to attract a range of creative and technology firms to the city centre’s emerging innovation district.
Celebrating the fabric of the Grade II Listed buildings, the design incorporates numerous historic features, such as the very fine glazed tiles in the stairwells and the coffered plastered ceilings. The extensive terracotta façade will be cleaned and carefully repaired, with like-for-like sensitive repairs being carried out on all retained elements.
Hanover has achieved a BREEAM Very Good rating thanks to a heavy focus on low energy mechanical and electrical systems, upgraded thermal and acoustic insulation and close proximity to public transport.
NOMA is a joint venture between The Co-op and Hermes Investment Management. Hanover is due for completion by September 2018.
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Hanover House is due for completion by September 2018.