Loxley House, Nottingham
The building in 2011
|Status||Used as council headquarters|
|Address||Station Street, NG2 3NG|
|Town or city||Nottingham|
Loxley House is the administrative home of Nottingham City Council and an office base for the Department of Work and Pensions and Nottingham City Homes in the south of Nottingham city centre. It is situated opposite Nottingham railway station on Station Street.
The Council acquired the building from Capital One in 2009 at a cost of £22.5 million and began moving staff there shortly afterwards. Nottingham's city councillors moved to Loxley House from the Nottingham Council House in 2010 but as of June 2018[update][needs update] they still meet for Full Council meetings at the old, historic venue which houses a purpose-built chamber from the 1920s.
- Allen, Richard (2009). "Room for Improvement" (PDF). The Terrier. Association of Chief Estates Surveyors and Property Managers in the Public Sector. 14 (4): 29–30. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
- Swaap, Aimee; Information Governance Office, Nottingham City Council (23 November 2010). "Loxley House - a Freedom of Information request to Nottingham City Council". whatdotheyknow.com. mySociety by UK Citizens Online Democracy. Retrieved 22 March 2018.
|This article about a Nottinghamshire building or structure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|