Refurbishment work to take place at Be At One cocktail bar in Nottingham city centre

General view of a Be At One cocktail bar sign
General view of a Be At One cocktail bar sign -Credit:Bath Chronicle

New colour illuminations could be added to the windows of a city centre bar as part of some refurbishment work. A planning application was submitted by the Stonegate Group on behalf of Be At One to Nottingham City Council requesting to make a few changes inside the premises.

The proposed changes include altering interior within the basement area, removing glass to the exterior canopy and replacing with perspec, replacing the existing external signage, and painting the existing doors and windows.

The application also requests permission to add colour illumination to internal window reveals to Victoria Street, and allow for some new window manifetation.

Set in the Grade II listed building in the city centre, Be At One is a popular bar that serves sweet, sour and even spicy cocktails. The business is also popular for its cocktail masterclasses which last for 90 minutes and teach people how to make some creative drinks.