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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Free garden waste collections to be extended into November in 2019

Free garden waste collections to be extended into November in 2019

Free garden waste collections in Nottingham are set to be extended into November by the City Council next year after a consultation found the vast majority of people were in favour of the idea. Over 1,000 people responded to the consultation with nearly 92% supporting an option to offer garden waste collections into November in […]

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Council consults on new strategy to prevent homelessness in the city

Council consults on new strategy to prevent homelessness in the city

Nottingham people, charities and other local organisations are being asked for their views on a new strategy being developed by the City Council to tackle homelessness in the city. The strategy outlines how the city can maintain its ongoing commitment to tackling homelessness, which has continued to rise across the country in recent years against […]

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City Council consults on extending free garden waste service into November

City Council consults on extending free garden waste service into November

Nottingham City Council is consulting on potential changes to its free garden waste service which could see collections extended into November next year. Garden waste collections currently take place every 2 weeks from the beginning of April until the end of October. However an option being put to city residents is to offer the service […]

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New Government funding to benefit councils in the South while Midlands and the North lose out – again

New Government funding to benefit councils in the South while Midlands and the North lose out – again

Better-off councils in the south of England will receive the lion’s share of £153 million of extra Government funding while Nottingham and a number of other councils in the Midlands and North won’t get a penny. The new so-called ‘negative RSG’ funding comes after £300 million of extra ‘transition funding’ announced in 2016 overwhelmingly benefitted […]

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Gedling signs up to the Derby Nottingham Metro Strategy

Gedling signs up to the Derby Nottingham Metro Strategy

Gedling Borough Council has formally signed up to be part of the Derby Nottingham Metro Strategy which is strengthening co-operation between councils and businesses in the area to benefit local residents. Over the last year, initiatives launched as part of the Metro Strategy have included Derby and Nottingham residents being able to access council library, […]

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