About the town
Eastwood has a wide range of businesses, including a vibrant retail centre comprising of a good mix of small and larger shops. The heritage of Eastwood is prominent within the town centre.
To review current footfall figures for Stapleford Town Centre, please visit the Town Centre Performance page.
How we're investing in Eastwood
Mushroom Farm Court
Two new industrial units, as part of a £198,000 investment from the Broxtowe Borough Council and D2N2 LEP via the Local Growth Fund (LGF).
The light industrial units have been constructed at the Council owned Mushroom Farm Court site, on Meadowbank Way and are similar to the seven existing units on site.
The project has been co-funded by the Council with £115,000 from D2N2 LEP, from the LGF programme. As a result of the project, over £1million of gross value is expected to be added to the local economy over ten years, as well as the new floorspace delivered creating new jobs.
Nottingham 26 is a new 55 acre industrial development offering flexible buildings from 50,000 sq ft to 900,000 sq ft. The site is located to the west of Eastwood town centre, lying eight miles to the northwest of Nottingham.
We are currently looking for ways to build on the plans already developed to fund investment in Eastwood, following the disappointing news that the £20m bid submitted to Government as part of the Levelling Up Fund has been unsuccessful.
£200,000 will be invested in CCTV, security measures and environmental improvements in Eastwood South following a successful bid by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, in partnership with Broxtowe Borough Council.
Eastwood has a rich heritage and is home to the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum which has been named a Visit England Hidden Gem thanks to its exceptionally interesting tour, the outstanding knowledge and enthusiasm and great visitor care displayed by the staff, the intriguing human interest information provided and the overall high level of presentation and maintenance of the museum.
The Museum, at 8a Victoria Street is where D.H Lawrence was born on 11th September 1885. Founded in 1976 by local enthusiasts, the Museum has grown into a high quality tourist destination, attracting visitors from all over the world.
Open to the public via guided and self-guided tours, enjoy a relaxed, and personal, step back in time to the early years of this Eastwood family.
Mansfield Road Recreation Ground
£28,000 play area improvements at Mansfield Road Recreation Ground. Read more about the Pride in Parks scheme.
Eight electric vehicle charging points in the Victoria Street car park. Find out more about Car Parking.