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Council announces extra £100,000 to support rough sleepers this winter 

Council announces extra £100,000 to support rough sleepers this winter 

An extra £100,000 is being provided by Nottingham City Council to provide additional support for rough sleepers this winter. The funding will enable the Council and partners to continue to support the city’s No Second Night Out approach despite Nottingham, like other parts of country, experiencing a significant increase in the number of rough sleepers […]

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Help to make a difference to others…

Help to make a difference to others…

People are being encouraged to do more to help others in Nottingham as part of a new Looking After Each Other campaign. A menu of ‘How to Make a Difference’ is being introduced in the city (7 November) to give ideas and suggestions of how people can help. Ideas range from things that people can […]

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Nottingham’s independent shops to shine in short films

Nottingham’s independent shops to shine in short films

Some of Nottingham’s unique and most interesting shops and businesses will feature in a series of short films under the title HIDDEN, to promote nine areas of the city centre, from Hockley to Derby Road, and highlight the fact that Nottingham has one of the biggest independent sectors in the country. The high-impact 30-second films, […]

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A Plan for Two Cities

A Plan for Two Cities

The City Councils in Derby and Nottingham have come together to develop a Metropolitan strategy which is launched for consultation. The new strategy sets out a bold joint vision that by ‘2030 Derby & Nottingham will have a global reputation as an exciting place to live, work and play.’ It heralds a new chapter in […]

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Crime more than halved so why scrap city division – poster campaign     

Crime more than halved so why scrap city division – poster campaign     

Nottingham City Council has launched the next phase of its campaign to urge a re-think over Nottinghamshire Police’s decision to scrap the city division and leave the city without a top cop. Posters around the city ask why Nottingham’s city division was abolished when crime has more than halved under the city division model, when […]

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From a ‘student city’ to a ‘graduate city’

From a ‘student city’ to a ‘graduate city’

A new initiative that aims to get more university leavers staying or returning to Nottingham and Nottinghamshire is bringing together talented graduates and small businesses. Partners across the county have joined forces to support graduates to gain paid permanent jobs. ‘Fuse’ is a partnership between Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire County Council, Nottingham Trent University and […]

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Become a Clean Champion

As a Clean Champion, you’ll: Be supported to carry out litter picking safely, with equipment including a litter picker, high vis vest, gloves, bags and a Health and Safety guide. Any litter picking is done at your own leisure – we don’t expect you to follow any set schedule or requirements Report issues in your […]

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Prosecutions

The council has successfully caught, fined and prosecuted for a range of environmental crimes, such as fly-tipping, littering and failing to clear up after their dogs. Some of the offenders include the following people, who were all taken to court by Nottingham City Council: Gheorghe Tirsa of Hotel Street, Leicestershire was ordered to pay £476 […]

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Dog fouling

Your dog, your responsibility! Some dog owners think they can get away with not picking up their dog’s mess…. We don’t! Failing to pick up after your dog is not only illegal, it’s dangerous. Dog poo can spread roundworm parasites, leading to an infection causing blindness and even death if not treated. There are around 50 […]

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