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Derbyshire Construction Firm Wins £2million  Project to Restore Nottingham Mill

Derbyshire Construction Firm Wins £2million Project to Restore Nottingham Mill

Enrok Construction has been appointed as principal contractor to deliver a £2m project in Nottingham city centre.

The restoration project, which is expected to take approximately 12 months, will see the creation of 27 residential apartments within a historic building on Crocus Street.

Situated close to the Lace Market, Nottingham train station and within a designated conservation area, the former 19th century mill building and factory is spread over three floors. Planning has been approved for the property to change from its current use as a church into residential dwellings, enabling the creation of 22 one-bed and five two-bed apartments.

Jordan Mallisch, Director at Enrok Construction comments:

“We are really excited to be working on this former mill on Crocus Street with an existing client. We initially discussed it two years ago and now we are finally able to get started on the refurbishment.

“We’ll be replacing the windows, in keeping with their existing style, retaining features such as columns and braces and we’ll be taking some elements back to brick. When complete it will bring much needed high quality, residential accommodation to Nottingham city centre for both sale and rent.”

With extensive local knowledge and several large restoration projects under his belt, Dean Johnston has joined the Enrok team as Site Manager for the project. Originally from a bricklaying background and with over 30 years’ experience in the construction industry, Dean has a particular interest and passion for restoration and refurbishment.

Work has started on site with completion expected in late Summer 2023. For more information on Enrok Construction please visit:

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