Monthly Archive: December

Councillor Mohammed Ibrahim

Councillor Mohammed Ibrahim

Nottingham City Council has announced the sad news that former Lord Mayor and long-serving City Councillor, Mohammed Ibrahim, passed away on Christmas Day. Councillor Ibrahim was Lord Mayor from 1993 to 1994 after serving as Deputy Lord Mayor the previous year. He was first elected to the City Council in 1987 as Councillor for the […]

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Nottingham Tennis Centre recognised at National Awards

Nottingham Tennis Centre recognised at National Awards

Nottingham Tennis Centre has performed well in two recent national award ceremonies. The centre took the gold medal at the TRP Customer Service Awards and was shortlisted in the category of Most Improved Performer at the recent APSE awards (Association for Public Service Excellence) where they were runners up. The gold award is based on […]

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Nottingham City Council sites have generated over ONE MILLION kilowatt hours of solar power in 2018

Nottingham City Council sites have generated over ONE MILLION kilowatt hours of solar power in 2018

Solar power systems installed on a range of Nottingham City Council buildings have generated one million kilowatt hours of green energy during 2018. Well-used city buildings including libraries, leisure centres, schools and offices all host the council’s solar infrastructure; silently generating clean and green energy whilst the buildings users go about their day. Britain’s heatwave […]

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Broadmarsh regeneration programme takes a step closer

Broadmarsh regeneration programme takes a step closer

The much-anticipated redevelopment of intu Broadmarsh and the new Broadmarsh Car Park development took a step closer today, after councillors gave the schemes the green light. The decision to proceed was agreed by councillors at the City Council’s Executive Board meeting. intu’s board have also agreed to go ahead, which now means contracts can be […]

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Government austerity means £22m more City Council savings next year

Government austerity means £22m more City Council savings next year

Austerity isn’t over for Nottingham, with the City Council’s main Government funding slashed by three quarters since 2013 – plummeting from £127m to just £25m for the forthcoming year. On top of this financial blow, the Government is once again demanding that councils reduce their budgets to help address the national debt – meaning the […]

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New Look, New Year as Old Market Square celebrations are confirmed

New Look, New Year as Old Market Square celebrations are confirmed

This New Year’s Eve, Nottingham will welcome 2019 on Old Market Square with a huge free street party and fireworks sponsored by local company Purico in association with Nottingham Care Village. The Old Market Square event takes the place of the traditional event staged in previous years on the site of Nottingham Castle, which is […]

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