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Repairs to take place for six months at Lace Market Car Park

Repairs to take place for six months at Lace Market Car Park

Important maintenance and repair works are to take place at Lace Market Car Park, beginning on Monday 20 April for around six months. The car park, situated on the corner of Pilcher Gate and Fletcher Gate, requires important structural repairs. which have been planned for some time. However the current Coronavirus pandemic means use of […]

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City centre parking charges relaxed to support Coronavirus response

City centre parking charges relaxed to support Coronavirus response

Nottingham City Council, working with Community Protection, is relaxing on street parking charges and restrictions in the city centre to support the response to the Coronavirus pandemic. All charges for on street parking in the city centre will be suspended and enforcement relaxed to allow those who absolutely need to travel into the city, especially […]

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Stay home, stay apart when out, stay safe

Stay home, stay apart when out, stay safe

City Council Leader Cllr David Mellen outlines the latest on: Staying at home The importance of social distancing when out Closing playgrounds Relaxing parking charges Benefits advice Last night, the Government instructed everyone to stay at home to protect our NHS and save lives. The coronavirus is the biggest threat this country has faced for […]

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New Broadmarsh development reaches construction milestone

New Broadmarsh development reaches construction milestone

Redevelopment of the Broadmarsh area took another step forward today (Tuesday 18 February) as a formal ‘topping out’ ceremony took place on top of the six storey structure of the new Broadmarsh Car Park, Bus Station and Central Library development. Representatives from Nottingham City Council the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership and contractors Galliford Try met […]

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Loads of fun at the fair… Nottingham’s Goose Fair is back from Wednesday and last chance to purchase money-off ride vouchers

Loads of fun at the fair… Nottingham’s Goose Fair is back from Wednesday and last chance to purchase money-off ride vouchers

Nottingham’s legendary Goose Fair makes its annual return to the city today (Wednesday) with the gates at Forest Recreation Ground opening at 5.30 this evening. As is traditional, the fair will be officially opened on Thursday lunchtime with a ceremonial ringing of the silver bells at 12 noon. The bells will be rung by Cllr […]

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Broadmarsh Car Park development marks significant milestone

Broadmarsh Car Park development marks significant milestone

Construction of the new Broadmarsh Library, Car Park and Bus Station will reach a significant milestone this week, as installation of building foundations begins. As demolition and site preparation is now fully complete, Galliford Try, the contractor, will begin the process of piling, which inserts concrete columns into the ground to support the steel frame […]

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Moment of Joy as demolition of Broadmarsh car park gets underway

Moment of Joy as demolition of Broadmarsh car park gets underway

It’s the moment that will ultimately see one of Nottingham’s most unloved landmarks consigned to history – the start of the demolition of Broadmarsh Car Park. And Joy Rice from Bulwell has been chosen as the lucky resident to wield the sledgehammer to kick off the demolition, on Monday 18 September. The City Council ran […]

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Win the chance to swing your very own sledgehammer at Broadmarsh Car Park

Win the chance to swing your very own sledgehammer at Broadmarsh Car Park

Nottingham City Council is offering a Nottingham resident the chance to be the first person to take a swing at the Broadmarsh Car Park when it closes for demolition – with their very own engraved sledgehammer. Broadmarsh Car Park and Bus Station will close in early July, with demolition beginning shortly afterwards, as part of […]

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