Plans approved for two new developments as new Broadmarsh area starts to take shape

Plans approved for two new developments as new Broadmarsh area starts to take shape

Planning permission has been granted for the proposed Broadmarsh Car Park and Bus Station development and Nottingham College’s new City Hub. The new developments were approved at Nottingham City Council’s Planning Committee today and form key parts of the proposed £250m redevelopment of the Broadmarsh area of the city. The new car park and bus […]

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Better standards for Nottingham’s private rents as new licensing scheme gets green light

Better standards for Nottingham’s private rents as new licensing scheme gets green light

Private tenants in Nottingham will benefit from better quality accommodation and greater protection from rogue landlords after the Government approved a new licensing scheme. The City Council scheme covering over 30,000 privately rented homes in Nottingham is the largest outside London to be given approval by the Secretary of State. A report by the BRE […]

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No Transition Grant but “system still fixed to benefit County Councils” says Deputy Leader

No Transition Grant but “system still fixed to benefit County Councils” says Deputy Leader

Nottingham City Council deputy leader, Councillor Graham Chapman has welcomed news that the government has drawn back from extending the Transition Grant funding scheme for councils despite lobbying on behalf of County Councils. However, despite this, according to Councillor Chapman, the government has still managed to “fix the system” by ensuring the extra money (£231million) […]

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