Archive by category Environment

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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Two City Council finalists in Nottingham Post Environmental Awards

Two City Council finalists in Nottingham Post Environmental Awards

Nottingham City Council has been announced as a finalist in two categories for this year’s Nottingham Post Environmental Awards. • Public Sector Environmental Initiative of the Year Award The Schools Collaboration on Resource Efficiency (SCoRE Project), The Energy Team • The Environmental Innovation Award Harvey Hadden Solar Carport, Energy Infrastructure Team / Major Programmes The […]

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Don’t mess with Sneinton, keep it clean!

Don’t mess with Sneinton, keep it clean!

Partners from across Sneinton are coming together for a ‘Week of Action’ in the area week commencing Monday 19 October. The ‘Week of Action’ will tackle issues raised by the local community and will see a focus on businesses along Sneinton Dale Shopping Area and surrounding streets. The Neighbourhood Action Team, which include officer from […]

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‘Clean Champion’ uncovered in the Arboretum

‘Clean Champion’ uncovered in the Arboretum

A ‘Clean Champion’ has been spotted in the Arboretum tidying up a local playground on Coleville Street. Joshua Piper, aged 12 from the Arboretum, was spotted with two friends clearing up rubbish and polystyrene which had been scattered around the area. Carol Laverick, from Arboretum Residents and Tenants Association, was walking by the area when […]

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First CleanTech event takes place

First CleanTech event takes place

The first in a series of free events exploring opportunities within Nottingham’s emerging clean technology sector takes place tomorrow (Wednesday October 14th). Sponsored by Nottingham City Council and The D2N2 Growth Hub, the CleanTech Business network will host six events this year with the aim to promote and support Nottingham’s clean tech economy. The first event, […]

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Help and advice for students

Help and advice for students

Students in the city will continue to receive helpful tips and advice on a range of environmental, security and safety issues next week as part of the Student Week of Action.  Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire Police, Community Protection and representatives from the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University, will be advising students on a […]

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Clean green Nottingham is best of the bunch

Clean green Nottingham is best of the bunch

Nottingham has won its 22nd Gold award in the East Midlands in Bloom competition – along with a special regional award for cleanliness of the city centre. At the awards ceremony at Rutland Water Golf Club near Oakham today: • Nottingham was presented with Gold in the Large City category. • Nottingham BID gained a […]

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