Basford is a suburb in northern Nottingham. Basford parish was absorbed into Nottingham in 1877. It gave its name to the Basford Rural District which existed from 1894 to 1974.
There is both an ‘Old Basford’ and a ‘New Basford’ although New Basford is mainly Victorian. Basford lies close to the River Leen, a tributary of the River Trent. Basford is located on the main route of the Nottingham Express Transit, which connects it to Nottingham City Centre to the south and Hucknall and Bulwell to the north.
The place name comes either from Old English “the ford near the home of Bassa” (Bassa’s ford) or French le bas ford, ‘the lower ford’.
This centre is a high-specification, eco-friendly building designed to accommodate everything a new and growing business needs.
Office space ranges from just £200 to £725 per month with offices available to accommodate businesses with between 1 and 7 staff. Price includes full reception service, furniture, electricity, broadband, security & service charges. Phone line, photocopying and mail franking also available.
Excellent transport links with nearby tram stop and large free car park. The centre also has an on-site café, conference facilities, meeting rooms and a media suite. Discounts on these and other NBV services are available to all tenants.
This centre has been established for over 30 years and are a provider of business support, training and events. Clients can access low cost, often fully subsidized, face to face business support, workshops, networking events and exclusive business grants and finance.