Monthly Archive: November

Efforts continue to clear floodwater in Nottingham after heavy rain

Efforts continue to clear floodwater in Nottingham after heavy rain

Crews are continuing to clear floodwater around Nottingham today (Friday) to help keep the city moving. Heavy rainfall across the region yesterday led to issues in the city centre and some neighbourhoods. Nottingham City Council crews were out late into the evening attending highway flooding issues. The focus has been on hotspot areas and the […]

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Cranes in the air mean jobs on the ground for local people

Cranes in the air mean jobs on the ground for local people

Cranes in the air are not only a symbol of the regeneration of Nottingham, they also mean jobs for well over 1,000 people. The transformation of Nottingham’s Southside is fully underway and even before the new developments have been completed, the benefits of the development are being realised through the construction jobs that have been […]

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School is not out for election day in Nottingham

School is not out for election day in Nottingham

No schools in Nottingham City will close to become polling stations at the General Election, in a pioneering move by the City Council to prevent an impact on children’s learning. Around a decade ago, most schools in Nottingham like elsewhere would close for elections, because Returning Officers have the power to require a school to […]

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Nottingham councillor scoops national award for being a ‘green pioneer’

Nottingham councillor scoops national award for being a ‘green pioneer’

The Deputy Leader of Nottingham City Council has received national acclaim for her work promoting environmental projects. Councillor Sally Longford won the Councillor Achievement Award for Environment and Sustainability as part of awards run by the Local Government Information Unit (LGiU) together with CCLA, a specialist fund manager for local authorities and charities. Councillor Longford, […]

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