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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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Nottingham submits ‘bold and ambitious’ bid for Channel 4 national HQ and regional hubs

Nottingham submits ‘bold and ambitious’ bid for Channel 4 national HQ and regional hubs

A bold and ambitious bid to be the home of a national HQ or regional hub for Channel 4 has been submitted by Nottingham. City leaders believe that attracting the national broadcaster to the city would have a transformational effect on the creative economy and offer life changing opportunities for the city’s under 25s and […]

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Regeneration boost for Bulwell as Lidl store prepares to open its doors

Regeneration boost for Bulwell as Lidl store prepares to open its doors

  National supermarket chain Lidl UK opens its first store in Bulwell this week, bringing new jobs and new life to a site which has been vacant for almost 20 years. The store, situated on Jennison Street off Main Street in Bulwell, will be officially opened at 8am on Thursday 22 February, in a ceremony […]

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2018 – a big step towards Nottingham’s future

2018 – a big step towards Nottingham’s future

2018 is set to be a pivotal moment in Nottingham’s development as a thriving modern city, with several ambitious regeneration projects getting underway. Nottingham City Council has been driving forward its long-term vision for the city’s regeneration over recent years, with unprecedented investment in major schemes such as the expansion of the tram network, redevelopment […]

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Nottingham Partners event highlights how business can shape the skills of the future

Nottingham Partners event highlights how business can shape the skills of the future

Attendees including Experian, BioCity and the Nottingham Hospitality Association (NHA) were just some of around 50 guests at the first business breakfast of 2018 hosted by Nottingham Partners, an arm of Marketing NG, the official Place Marketing Organisation PMO for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. The headline speaker; James Whybrow, Vice Principal at Nottingham College, focused on […]

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Overnight Collin Street closures to remove Broadmarsh pedestrian bridges

Overnight Collin Street closures to remove Broadmarsh pedestrian bridges

The New Year will see the removal of the two footbridges above Collin Street connecting intu Broadmarsh with what remains of the Broadmarsh car park. The removal of the bridges will mean that Collin Street will be closed on the nights of Friday 5 and Saturday 6 January. One bridge will be taken down each […]

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Final touches to Bulwell Market place with new welcome archway  

Final touches to Bulwell Market place with new welcome archway   

  A new welcome archway, designed from the memories of local people is being unveiled at Bulwell Market Place. The welcome archway, by artist Chris Campbell, comprises a steel structure with references to Bulwell’s history and local landmarks.  The River Leen, the lattice work of the local bridge and a pitwheel are worked into the […]

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