Westfield Broadmarsh

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Westfield Broadmarsh (Formerly known as the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre) is a shopping centre in Nottingham, England, owned by the Australian company The Westfield Group. The centre has 86 stores and a total retail floor space of 45,000 m² (484,000 ft²). The main retailers are Argos, Bhs, Boots, H&M, with other stores such as JD Sports, Wilkinson and Ethel Austin. Several market-style stall are located on the ground floor.


It was built on what was historically boggy ground on the outskirts of the medieval town, hence the name. By the time of construction, the area had badly degenerated. Despite its historic interest, all the buildings were demolished to accommodate the redevelopment. Broadmarsh is also the main bus disembarkation point for visitors to the city, as several bus routes terminate there.

During preparation of the site, many ancient and recent caves and cellar dug into the soft sandstone foundations of the city were rediscovered. Activism from residents and historians allowed the caves to be preserved instead of destroyed, and the City of Caves exhibit beneath the shopping centre is now a major tourist attraction.

The Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, which opened to the public in 1972, was originally intended to be an Arndale Centre, and the associated parking structure – once voted the "ugliest building in Nottingham" – is still known as the Arndale Car Park. Furthermore, the main mall...
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