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Living History

At the heart of heritage & culture

The rivers grand industrial past is etched on the streets and in the architecture that surrounds Trent Bridge Quays. Whilst preserving this history has been vital to protecting its character, it hasn’t stopped the area transforming itself into a thriving, up and coming place to be.

Trent Bridge Quays benefits from being at the heart of the big city and the quiet life. Situated a short distance from the centre of Nottingham, and with the desirable residential suburb of West Bridgeford close by, it’s a location that’s connected to the best of both worlds.

Live Local


Trent Bridge Quays is at the centre of a rich landscape of fine dining, secret bars, indie cinemas, arts establishments, food markets and world-renowned sports venues. From the internationally respected, to locally homegrown and independently sought after, Nottingham really
does have something to suit every taste.

Head out west and you’re a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. West Bridgford is home to a sophisticated array of coffee shops, delis, independent retailers and gentrified eateries and brasseries. It delivers everything a relaxed, quality lifestyle requires.

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The Neighbourhood

  1. Trent Bridge
  2. Nottingham Forest Football Club
  3. Trent Bridge Cricket Ground
  4. Wilford Bridge
  5. Notts County Football Club
  6. Castle Wharf Canalside
    Bars, restaurants, cafés
  7. Nottingham Contemporary (Art Gallery)
  8. Old Market Square
    Bars, restaurants, cafés
  9. Nottingham Playhouse
  10. Nottingham Arboretum
Take a tour
Trent Bridge Quays,
2 Quay Place, Meadow Lane
Nottingham, NG2 3EW