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Can my landlord increase the rent?

Chances are you’ve seen that rents are rising, and it’s not just in Nottingham – it’s across the whole country.  This is usually because the number of tenants looking for homes is bigger than the properties available. Landlords know this and they don’t have to compete for tenants, so they are tempted to increase the […]

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Poor housing and stress – what help is out there? Did you know that living in poor and unsafe accommodation can cause stress? Mental health and someone’s housing situation might affect each other. For example if you feel where you are living is unsafe, uncomfortable or insecure, you might constantly feel stressed, anxious, panicked or […]

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More in Common Competition Privacy Notice

We will use the information provided by you to process your entry for the Nottingham Together Art Competition.  The basis under which the Council uses personal data for this purpose is consent. You are not obliged, either by statute or by contract, to provide the information that is requested here. However, you need to provide […]

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ULEV service centre gets the go ahead

ULEV service centre gets the go ahead

Nottingham City Council is set to open its own electric vehicle service centre this summer – believed to be the first in the UK run by a local authority. Nottingham Electric Vehicle Services (NEVS) will offer MOTs and servicing to customers across the city and beyond, as well as maintaining the council’s own growing ultra […]

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Cash boost for parks as successful Nottingham bid lands share of £11m

Cash boost for parks as successful Nottingham bid lands share of £11m

Nottingham has been successful in securing a share of £11m to safeguard the future of the city’s parks and open spaces. The National Trust has teamed up with The National Lottery Heritage Fund to launch ‘Future Parks’ and eight areas around the country have now been chosen to take part in the pioneering scheme. Each […]

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Nottingham joins the fight against dirty air by signing Cleaner Air Charter

Nottingham joins the fight against dirty air by signing Cleaner Air Charter

Nottingham City Council has today signed up to Oxford City Council’s Charter for Cleaner Air, which calls on the UK Government to put the health of communities first and make improving air quality a priority. Launched in August by Oxford City Council, the Cleaner Air Charter is believed to be the first formal cooperation between […]

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