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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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£200,000 boost for Nottingham businesses

£200,000 boost for Nottingham businesses

More than a dozen Nottingham businesses have benefited from grants totalling around £200,000 in the first year of the City Council’s Workplace Travel Service. Launched in November 2017, the service aims to transform businesses through smarter travel – helping them to save time and money, with the added bonuses of tackling congestion and reducing air […]

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Nottingham’s Raleigh Bicycle HQ becomes 400,000th entry on National Heritage list

Nottingham’s Raleigh Bicycle HQ becomes 400,000th entry on National Heritage list

Today the National Heritage List for England has reached an impressive 400,000 entries for the first time. Encompassing historic buildings, monuments, battlefields, shipwrecks, designed landscapes and World Heritage Sites, the List records the extraordinarily varied built heritage of our country and offers protection so these places can continue to be appreciated for years to come. […]

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Could Broadmarsh be the home for a new Central Library for Nottingham?

Could Broadmarsh be the home for a new Central Library for Nottingham?

Nottingham City Council wants people’s views on an exciting new proposal to develop a modern Central Library in the revamped Broadmarsh Area. The proposal includes creating Britain’s best children’s library and plans to ensure that the people of Nottingham can enjoy a Central Library fit for future generations. After successfully creating better libraries in neighbourhoods […]

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Nottingham joins The Great Plastic Pick Up

Nottingham joins The Great Plastic Pick Up

Nottingham City Council wants local people to get involved in the Great Plastic Pick Up, a Keep Britain Tidy initiative taking place on 11-13 May. Nationwide, people will be turning the tide on plastic by coming together to clear rubbish from our streets and beauty spots. Plastic on Nottingham streets ends up in streams and […]

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Support means nobody need sleep rough in Nottingham this winter

Support means nobody need sleep rough in Nottingham this winter

Nottingham City Council has allocated £106,000 to ensure that a robust Cold Weather Plan is in place in Nottingham to provide support for rough sleepers from November until the end of March. This will fund winter shelter arrangements and wider support, meaning that nobody needs to sleep rough in Nottingham this winter. These arrangements come […]

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East Midlands careers service rated Outstanding by Ofsted

East Midlands careers service rated Outstanding by Ofsted

Futures Advice, Skills and Employment – the organisation responsible for the National Careers Service across the East Midlands – has been rated Outstanding by Ofsted. The Nottingham-based careers guidance experts are the first ever National Careers Service prime contractor to have achieved this rating. As part of its assessment, Ofsted looked at the: effectiveness of […]

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City Council will invest in new city centre library

City Council will invest in new city centre library

Nottingham City Council is undertaking a deal which will allow it to develop brand new library facilities in the city centre. The council has sold its Angel Row library site to developers Henry Boot which provides funding for the council to reinvest in a new and updated library facility. It also paves the way for […]

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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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