Nottingham students envision what parts of the city could be transformed into

Carbon Neutral Brewery Firm

Daniel Johnson, 23, and from Nottingham is a postgraduate student on the MArch Architecture and Sustainable Design course. His project is entitled: Carbon-Neutral Brewery.

The site is located within the proposed Island Quarter – currently 40-acres of wasteland just 500 metres from Nottingham train station and part of which originally formed the Boots chemist empire.

The vision for the regenerated site is to introduce sustainable industry back into a vibrant mixed-use development, helping to create jobs and preserve the city’s heritage.

Conygar Investment Company PLC (LON:CIC) is an AIM quoted property investment and development group dealing primarily in UK property.

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