Latest update on Maid Marian Way project

June 26, 2024


Nottingham City Council is using Government funding it secured via the Future High Streets Fund to transform the Maid Marian Way roundabout.

A new T-junction will improve the area for pedestrians and cyclists, making it a safer and nicer area to travel through, with more trees, green spaces and a rain garden to help deal with sustainable drainage.

Here are the latest project updates and some pictures:

  • The roundabout has been almost completely removed
  • Our excavations have dug down to around 2metres so far, finding the remnants of 19th Century buildings cellars


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Maid Marian Way roundabout improvements

Funding has been secured from the central government ‘Future High Street Fund’ for a scheme that will improve connectivity within the city centre by changing the highway layout.

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