IAA Ltd operates from offices within Foxhall Business Centre in Nottingham. The Victorian buildings, close to the city centre, were originally built in 1883 by the Nottingham lace manufacturer Edward Doughty and converted into office suites in 2002.
The historic city of Nottingham, forever linked with the legend of Robin Hood, has connections with a diverse range of notable individuals; Eleanor of Aquitaine, the consort of King Henry II of England, was imprisoned in Nottingham Castle in the 12th century after plotting against him. Other, more recent, residents of the city have included the Victoria Cross winner Albert Ball, artist Dame Laura Knight and Olympic ice skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean. In December 2015 Nottingham was named a UNESCO City of Literature, one of only a small handful in the world, in recognition of its literary heritage with Lord Byron, D. H. Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe all being associated with the city.
Our office hours are 9.00am to 5.30pm (Monday – Friday) although we would request that any client make an appointment before visiting. The business centre has a visitor’s car park at the entrance and some street parking is also available close by.
Foxhall Business Centre