Maid Marian Way rejeuvination continues with trio of lets

  • Ben Taylor, Maid Marian Way, Nottingham 
  • Bairstow Eves, Maid Marian Way, Nottingham 
  • Calcutta Club, Maid Marian Way, Nottingham 
  • Lee Stafford Academy, Maid Marian Way, Nottingham 

THE rejuvenation of Nottingham’s Maid Marian Way continues apace following a trio of deals by Innes England.

Celebrity hairdresser, Lee Stafford has chosen Nottingham for his latest hairdressing academy, in partnership with the city’s Stephenson College. The brand new salon has now opened its doors at 16-18 Maid Marian Way.

A deal has also been secured to bring a brand new Indian restaurant to the area, as the Calcutta Club has recently opened at 8-10 Maid Marian Way.

Innes England also assisted estate agent Bairstow Eves in its move from Long Row to new premises at 24-26.

Commenting on the recent lettings, head of retail agency at Innes England, Ben Taylor said:  “The face of Maid Marian Way is really changing and we are starting to see a real improvement in the area resulting in increased enquiries and activity. These three lettings reinforce the area’s renewed desirability, and will undoubtedly attract further lettings.

“The restaurant scene, particularly Indian cuisine, is already strong with some of the best independent operators in Nottingham. The new addition of Calcutta Club, which has been masterminded by one of the founding members of Memsaab, is sure to bring even more people to the area.

“We were also delighted to be able to work with Stephenson College to place the new Lee Stafford hairdressing academy in such a prominent city centre location, as well as assisting Bairstow Eves with their relocation from Long Row.”

Innes England has also recently been appointed to jointly market the retail element of the former Odeon Cinema site, Bromley Place, which is being developed by Mortar Developments. The new 450 student scheme is let to Kaplan and will have two units at ground floor, one of which has already been let to the multi award-winning Pan-Asian Restaurant Chino Latino, to expand its existing restaurant.

Ben concluded: “The last remaining double height unit will total approximately 4,392 sq ft and will be available for tenant fit-out during the summer.  The units will also have the ability to have outside seating. This development and recent lettings are transforming the area with a growing diverse community of residential, commercial and office, making Maid Marian Way a popular choice.”