Monthly Archive: May

Jay Clarke Handed Wildcard for Nature Valley Open in Nottingham

Jay Clarke Handed Wildcard for Nature Valley Open in Nottingham

Teenage British tennis star Jay Clarke has been handed a wildcard for the Nature Valley Open which takes place in Nottingham next month. Derby-born Clarke is one of the brightest young British talents and is no stranger to the Nottingham Tennis Centre after receiving a wildcard for last year’s tournament. Clarke said: “I am really […]

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Kaia takes the crown after showing off her creative side

Kaia takes the crown after showing off her creative side

The Nottingham Young Creative Awards celebrated its tenth year with a sell-out evening of performances and awards at the Nottingham Playhouse. Kaia Lucas, aged 16, from Bluecoat Beechdale Academy, was crowned Nottingham’s 2018 Young Creative of the Year. Kaia won in the 16-18 year-old Visual Arts category by creating a series of paintings of her […]

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‘Too many new student flats’ is a myth!

‘Too many new student flats’ is a myth!

There’s way too many new student flats in Nottingham, right? Wrong, according to new data showing that demand is still outstripping supply in the city. It’s a common misconception that there is over-provision of purpose-built student accommodation in the city centre, with the assumption that many student flats are standing empty and that every other […]

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Lenton transformed as major social housing project completes

Lenton transformed as major social housing project completes

One of the biggest housing regeneration projects in the city for decades has been completed in Lenton by Nottingham City Council and Nottingham City Homes. Over four years of development has seen the area completely transformed, with five tower blocks demolished to make way for 142 homes, including bungalows, flats, family homes and an award-winning […]

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