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City Council awarded over £150,000 to tackle Rogue Landlords

City Council awarded over £150,000 to tackle Rogue Landlords

Nottingham City Council’s Community Protection Safer Housing team has today (Friday 22 January) been awarded £151,079 to help tackle the issue of rogue landlords in Nottingham. This follows on from the successes of Nottingham City Council’s rogue landlord campaign – also funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) – in 2013-2015.  The […]

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City Council recovers costs after drinks licence appeal is withdrawn

City Council recovers costs after drinks licence appeal is withdrawn

Nottingham City Council has recovered almost £11,000 costs after Sainsbury’s dropped an appeal over the refusal of a licence to sell alcohol. Sainsbury lodged an appeal to Nottingham Magistrates’ Court after the City Council’s Licensing Panel turned down the application for a licence to sell alcohol at a new Sainsbury’s Local supermarket planned for the former Habitat store on Long Row West. The planned supermarket was in […]

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Teenagers in Nottingham stand against domestic violence

Teenagers in Nottingham stand against domestic violence

White Ribbon Project – Fashioned For Freedom 46 young people across Nottingham have spent the last six weeks working with the council to mark the UNs day for the elimination of violence against Women and Girls and White Ribbon day with a fashion show. Nottingham City Council’s Early Help Services hosted a ‘Fashioned For Freedom’ […]

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Irresponsible Dog Owner? We’re Watching You!

Irresponsible Dog Owner? We’re Watching You!

Nottingham City Council’s ‘We’re Watching You’ campaign has moved into Berridge Ward this week to tackle irresponsible dog owners. The City Council has joined forces with environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy in a bid to reduce dog fouling in key problem areas in the city. The campaign sets its sights on irresponsible dog owners, with […]

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A focus on community in the St Ann’s Week of Action!

A focus on community in the St Ann’s Week of Action!

A Week of Action will take place in St Ann’s from Monday 26 October to celebrate the neighbourhood and the community that live in the area. There is plenty on offer included Bulb Planting, a Health and Wellbeing Family Fun Day and a Talent Show to showcase the skills of people in St Ann’s. In […]

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Irresponsible Dog Owner? We’re Watching You!

Irresponsible Dog Owner? We’re Watching You!

Nottingham City Council has joined forces with environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy in a bid to reduce dog fouling in key problem areas in the city. The campaign sets its sights on irresponsible dog owners, with recent research showing that dog walkers are more responsible and pick up after their dogs, when they think that […]

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