Lace Market rebranding - success? Use this powerpoint and the internet to practice: 1. Data response 2. Evaluation of rebranding
The Lace Market has been the target of a variety of regeneration projects since the early 1970s. It has had some successes but the process is not complete. The Lace Market Old Market area Square National Ice CentreThe Lace Market tramstopBroadmarsh ShoppingCentre The Galleries of Justice Nottingham Contemporary
Go through streets in the Lace Market spotevidence that regeneration is working or not.Go into Google maps and use Street View:• You could start at 12 Fletcher Gate, Nottingham (the Lace Market Tram Stop)• Try 14 Broad Street, Nottingham• Or Stoney Street, Nottingham• Or Goosegate, Nottingham
National Ice Centre opened in 2000 at a cost of £43 million, funded by theNational Lottery, City Council and English Partnerships. It has 2 Olympic size ice pads and a range of other facilities. The Ice Arena was planned to regenerate the edge of the Lace Market. Try Google map street view – Bellar Gate, Nottingham
Nottingham Contemporary Arts Centre opened in November 2009, costing £20 million, funded by the Arts Council, National Lottery and Nottingham City Council. The Contemporary opened with a David Hockney Exhibition (right) and received a great deal of publicity at the time.http://www.nottinghamcontemporary.org/NottinghamContemporary Lace Market Tram line
Article from Nottingham Evening PostLace Market boost on back of Nottingham ContemporaryNottingham Evening Post, March 24, 2010THE new Nottingham Contemporary is bringing a boost to the Lace Market. Two privately-ownedgalleries selling art have opened nearby and a number of cafés have sprung up on High Pavementand elsewhere. Even star chef Sat Bains is looking for a nearby site.Tim Desmond, of the Galleries of Justice, said he had yet to see a lift in visitor numbers as a result ofNottingham Contemporary "but we think awareness will grow because the Galleries can be seen fromNottingham Contemporary – but it will take time.”Restaurants report good trade, helped by the 100,000-plus visitors to Nottinghams latest attraction,Which opened in November. Delilah, the delicatessen, reports that previously quiet Sundays haveseen brisk trade since November. John Shorrock at The Living Room, said: “We have seen anincrease in takings which we are attributing to an increase in footfall in the Lace Market area.”City council deputy leader, Coun Graham Chapman, said: "We expected the gallery to have thissort of effect on businesses in the area. But it has outperformed our expectations both interms of visitors and the amount of local people visiting it and going back."
Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross Nottingham Contemporary wins top award Nottingham Evening Post 20th May 2010 The new centre for contemporary art has won a Royal Institute of British Architects national award. Nottingham City Council and the architects, Caruso St John, were praised for creating a gallery that allows it to compete on an international scale. The jury said: “The city council credit their new building with a resurgence of confidence in the city, its put Nottingham on the map.“ The gallery is eligible for the RIBA Stirling Prize, awarded live on Channel 4 to the architect of the building that has made the greatest contribution to British architecture in the year.
Galleries of Justicehttp://www.galleriesofjustice.org.uk/
Nottingham’s Creative Quarter• Follow the link to the blog http://www.salgeog.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/ nottingham-creative-quarter.html• Find out about: – The aims of the Creative Quarter, – Financing, – Who are the players (who is involved) and their role – What is happening