Work around the city continues to progress as Nottingham pushes to be a part of the select few major cities in the UK.
The frame of the building stands tall and can be seen near Nottingham train station.
The bottom frame of the building is starting to take shape as stone cladding has been placed on the base.
The development of grade A offices for HM Revenues and Customs are set for a 2021 completion date.
Plans have been revealed for Traffic Street where 523 student beds are spread over two blocks.
The project is designed by CPMG Architects and the planning application is expected to be submitted in mid February.
Work on the redevelopment of the Broadmarsh centre continues to progress.
The frame of Broadmarsh is looking bare, as work on the site is progressing at the expected rate.
New temporary signs have been put up on the temporary walk ways for people passing through the centre to Collin Street.
St Anns Well Road
New design renders have been drawn up on the old Gala Bingo site for a new 396 bed student accommodation.
The renders have been drawn up by CBP Architects.
Middle Hill area
Development can been seen from the tram around the Middle Hill area as construction builds up.
The new Nottingham College looks on course to open later this year.
All images have been supplied by @UrbInfoNotts