Planning for The David Ross Sports Village rejected

January 22nd, 2015

The University’s plans to build a new £40m sports centre have been brought to a halt after a planning application was rejected by Nottingham City Council.

The Registrar, Dr Paul Greatrix expressed disappointment in the decision given the University’s reputation for environmental stewardship, and explained that plans had followed recommendations and advice from the professional Council Officers.

We will keep you updated on future plans when more details become available. For more details, visit the Press Office blog.

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