Thousands of staff will move into HMRC's towering Unity Square office block next year.
Work on the vast structure, in Queensbridge Road, opposite Nottingham Railway Station, started in 2019.
Described as one of the "most significant schemes to break ground in the East Midlands in more than a decade", around 2,000 HMRC workers will move from the agency's current site in the city next to the canal in Castle Meadow Road.
Providing an update on the new building, a spokeswoman for HMRC said: “The Government Hub in Nottingham, Unity Square, is expected to open in early 2022.
“We are creating modern and collaborative future workspaces, and, when it is open, will accommodate around 4,000 HMRC colleagues alongside colleagues from other Government departments.”
The 10-floor block will become one of the organisation's regional hubs, Unity Square reaching its highest point early last year as <a data-content-type="news" data-link-tracking="InArticle|Link"
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