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Nottingham Broadmarsh shopping centre redevelopment enters compulsory liquidation

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On 3 July 2020 the partners of the Broadmarsh Retail Limited Partnership petitioned to wind the partnership up.

Petitions were also presented against related companies and these have also entered compulsory liquidation.

The Official Receiver has been appointed as liquidator.

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The partnership had been redeveloping the Broadmarsh shopping centre in central Nottingham.

The entities wound up do not have any employees or customers. The Official Receiver is currently considering the options for the site and its future.

The news comes after intu fell into administration last month prompting fears over the future of the project.

Entities involved in the liquidation:
The Broadmarsh Retail Limited Partnership (company number: LP006804)
Broadmarsh Retail General Partner Limited (company number: 03929726)
Intu Nottingham Investments Limited (company number: 04423998)
Broadmarsh Retail (Nominee No 3) Limited (company number: 08293548)
Broadmarsh Retail (Nominee No 4) Limited (company number: 08293573)

READ:

KPMG assess options for Intu Properties’ assets and business

Intu calls in administrators as talks fail – shares suspended – shopping centres continue to operate

Intu collapse ‘a major concern’ but Nottingham’s regeneration will continue, says Council Leader

City council leader updates on what could be next for Nottingham’s Broadmarsh site

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