About the Town
Stapleford Town Centre features a blend of both national companies and independent retailers. It sits on the border of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
Stapleford benefits from convenient access provided via public transport from both Nottingham and Derby City Centre and the M1 motorway, helping it link up with the rest of the country.
To review current footfall figures for Stapleford Town Centre, please visit the Town Centre Performance page.
Stapleford also has a Town Council who work in the local community to improve the town for all who live and work there.
How we’re investing in Stapleford
Stapleford Town Deal
A bid has been submitted to Government for up to £25m funding as part of the Towns Fund Deal.
The proposed developments include a community leisure hub, cycle ‘super highway’, safe roads, an enterprise hub, a COVID-19 town centre recovery grant scheme and an adult learning and skills centre.
Find out more on our Stapleford Town Deal page
Stapleford Business Hub
Following the success of the Beeston Business Hub, a Stapleford Business Hub has now been completed in the former Police Station Building thanks to £92,135 of funding from the Local Growth Fund, administered by D2N2. The Hub will include nine new offices. Find out more about the Stapleford Business Hub.
Stapleford Digital High Street
Following a visit from retail expert Bill Grimsey in 2015, the Stapleford Town Team put together a wish list of initiatives that could improve the high street. This included a £25k investment from the Council for free Town Centre Wi-Fi, which was installed in July 2017.
To log onto the free Wi-Fi network:
- Choose ‘Stapleford Free WiFi’ network on your device.
- Open a web browser & follow the ‘one-off’ sign in instructions on screen. Either sign in with a valid email address or through Facebook.
- Benefit from a reliable & secure internet connection whilst in Stapleford Town Centre, without using your own data.
A new market is being planned for Stapleford and the Council have recently asked local people for feedback on the types of stalls they would like to see. Ahead of the new market, Broxtowe Borough Council are asking for ideas of the sort of stalls residents would like to see. The market comes to Stapleford following demand from local residents, asking for more choice of products in their town centre, and businesses asking for support in helping footfall to grow in the area in the coming months.
Hickings Lane Recreation Ground
£165,000 refurbishment of the play area and multiuse games area thanks to the Pride In Parks scheme, as well as additional external funding.
Judson Avenue Play Area
£15,000 scheme to upgrade the play area.
Eight electric vehicle charging points in the Cliffe Hill Avenue car park. Find out more about Car Parking.