Known as Unity Square, the scheme will consist of two commercial buildings standing 10 and 13-storeys high.
According to the plans, the work will also include an attractive urban space connecting Unity Square and the station. This, along with the height and scale of the offices will create a new city centre gateway
The scheme has been submitted by Peveril Securities and Sladen Estates. The developers believe it will advance the City’s £250M Southern Gateway regeneration project, which includes work on the intu Broadmarsh Shopping Centre.
Peveril Securities Managing Director Ralph Jones said: “It is an exciting time for Nottingham with many significant schemes on the horizon and cranes are expected on the Unity Square site in the next 12 months.
“Looking ahead, the occupiers of Unity Square will be at the heart of this regenerated area of Nottingham, allowing them to take advantage of the multitude of local facilities and excellent transport links.”
Sladen Estates Chief Executive Nick Sladen added: “The city council has been proactive in supporting the scheme which has generated strong interest from a number of office occupiers.
“Now that the existing buildings on site have been demolished, it is possible to see the huge potential for not just this site, but for the city as a whole.”