Worksop Public Library 03


Worksop Public Library 02

Curved Shelving and Reception

Worksop Public Library 01

Entrance Foyer



The new County Council building for Worksop provides a range of facilities and services in a single location giving improved access and environment in which to enhance services under a single roof.

The anchor service is a state of the art modern public library replacing the current building on the adjacent site which is now over 70 years old. In addition registration services (including a marriage suite), social care day services (mental health / learning difficulties), youth services, adult learning and the community learning development team office bases all provide services to their client groups.

The building is a significant investment in Worksop of 8.4M and provides a focus for the County Council in the area and has the potential to demonstrate a 'one council' approach to customer facing services.



The Building

The Building

Type of library

Multi-purpose building


3045 m2




Nottinghamshire County Council

Building contractor


The Space

The Space

Features and services

Special services

Audiovisual/Multimedia areas, Baby changing facilities, Cafe/refreshment areas, Equipment provision, Exhibition/display areas, Hosting of other agencies, Meeting rooms

External features

Shared building, Building shape

Internal features

Design features

Energy efficiency

Control mechanisms, Energy conservation, General, Heating, Lighting, Ventilation, Water use

Accessibility provision

Access between floors, Access to building, Access within building, Critical distances

Interior designer

Opening the Book

Furniture suppliers

Opening the Book

Services and facilities suppliers


IT provision

Electronic information displays, General, Internet access, Laptop points, Public access terminals, RFID, Self service circulation, WiFi, Number of public computer terminals: 30

Seats/study places