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City Council keeping Nottingham citizens satisfied

City Council keeping Nottingham citizens satisfied

Most Nottingham residents continue to be satisfied with the way the City Council runs things and believe the council provides value for money, according to the latest research.   The Citizens’ Survey 2015 shows overall satisfaction with the council stands at 71%, while 62% agree that the council provides value for money.   Satisfaction with […]

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Have your say on specialist health care

Have your say on specialist health care

Nottinghamshire Transforming Care Programme 2016 People in Nottingham are being asked for their views to help transform and deliver the right services for children, young people and adults with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism who display behaviour that challenges. Nottinghamshire is one of five areas nationally which has been selected by NHS England to lead the […]

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Consultation on the Southern Cycle Corridor opens

Consultation on the Southern Cycle Corridor opens

The second phase of Nottingham City Council’s proposed £6.1m Cycle City improvements is being planned and residents and businesses along the route will be the first to have their say. The Southern Cycle Corridor builds on cycle improvements already introduced as part of the extension of NET to Clifton, which help cyclists travel alongside and […]

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Consultation starts on plans to improve Nottingham Schools

Consultation starts on plans to improve Nottingham Schools

The Education Improvement Board (EIB) has launched its consultation on plans to improve education outcomes in the city. The EIB has a ten-year plan to improve schools in Nottingham and is now consulting with head teachers, teachers, governors, parents and the wider public on the proposals. The board, made up of city leaders and education […]

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Council consults on move to reduce Council Tax non-payment

Council consults on move to reduce Council Tax non-payment

A proposal which would see non-payment of Council Tax reported to credit reference agencies for the first time is the subject of a public consultation being launched by Nottingham City Council next month. Council Tax is classed as a high priority debt and non-payment can result in serious legal consequences. However, although debts for many […]

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Your view counts: Help us make Nottingham a happier and healthier place to live

Your view counts: Help us make Nottingham a happier and healthier place to live

Nottingham City’s Health and Wellbeing Board wants to hear your views on how to make Nottingham City a happier and healthier place in which to live, as planning gets under way to develop the next Health and Wellbeing Strategy. Citizens’ views and opinions on improving health will enable the Board to understand which health and […]

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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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Announcement of architect and exhibition designer for £24 million Nottingham Castle transformation

Announcement of architect and exhibition designer for £24 million Nottingham Castle transformation

Work to establish Nottingham Castle as a world class heritage destination takes a major step forward today with the announcement of Purcell UK as the project architects and Casson Mann as the exhibition designers. These specialist suppliers will now commence work on finalising the detailed plans that the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) requires before assessing […]

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