Drone footage shows joint fire and police HQ progress


Our new Joint police and fire Headquarters is moving closer to completion, newly released drone footage shows.

The new aerial footage from Sherwood Lodge, Arnold, shows how a new three-storey building at the existing home of Nottinghamshire Police is being complemented by a range of other improvements across the site.

Beeston-based contractors Henry Brothers Midlands started work on site in mid-July and have now completed most of the main structural work on the new build.

Once completed it will contain shared office space for police and fire employees, a new police control room, a sports hall, a gymnasium and a canteen.

Work is progressing on time and on budget and the first staff are expected to move into the new facility in January 2022.

You can watch the drone footage below.


Superintendent Paul Winter, who is leading on the project for Nottinghamshire Police, said: “As this new footage shows this really is a vast project.  From the new access road that now circles the site to the hundreds of new parking spaces, the new joint campus is really starting to take shape.  It really is a testament to the skill and professionalism of all involved that – despite the ongoing pandemic – we remain on schedule to open in January.

“However, this new project really is about more than just building work; it is the next step in a far longer journey of collaboration projects between the two services.  We already share several premises and other key resources, including the drone that we used to film this footage.

“Both organisations are committed to keeping our communities safe and I am excited about the role this new Headquarters will play in that collective ambition.”

Damien West, Area Manager, said: “This new footage highlights the amazing work being undertaken at Sherwood Lodge to accommodate our new Joint Headquarters. This exciting new phase in our Service’s history is fast approaching and it is great to see the building developing so well."

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