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Plans are taking shape for a three-storey, 7000 sq ft building to become a hub for nurturing fresh talent, offering skills support and collaborative opportunities to artists in Nottingham.

Five entrepreneurs – a venue and club operator, a community project producer, two events promoters and a digital marketeer – have taken on the lease of Fisher Gate Point, which was originally used as a factory for Nottingham’s Green Line buses. “Driven by a shared passion to nurture the creative arts” in the city, they are developing it to become “a place for creatives to test ideas, a seeding environment where they can access skills, knowledge and equipment.”

The building will include two recording studios, workshop rooms, an events space with high-spec sound and light system, a co-working space and a garden meeting space.