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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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Nottingham’s Park and Ride sites win safety accolade.

Nottingham’s Park and Ride sites win safety accolade.

Nottingham City Council’s two Park and Ride sites have been awarded a major national safety award Queen’s Drive and Colwick Racecourse P&R which offer over 1500 parking spaces, have both received Park Mark safer parking awards by the Safer Parking Scheme for the tenth consecutive year. This means that both of the City’s park and […]

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Think local on Small Business Saturday – and park for just 50p

Think local on Small Business Saturday – and park for just 50p

Shoppers are being urged to find those perfect unique gifts in small, local businesses this Christmas. Home to a fine selection of independent businesses, the city is taking part in the UK’s third annual Small Business Saturday which takes place on the first shopping Saturday in December – this year on Saturday 5th. Nottingham City […]

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Helping to bring festive visitors to the city

Helping to bring festive visitors to the city

A wide range of travel options and offers are available to people visiting Nottingham over the festive season. As Nottingham is poised to switch on its Christmas lights and open the Winter Wonderland on Friday (November 20), the City Council is promoting its public transport and car park offers to festive shoppers, while also scaling […]

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Nottingham City Council installs UK’s first public solar cloth carport

Nottingham City Council installs UK’s first public solar cloth carport

Nottingham City Council has expanded its green credentials further by installing solar panels at the £16m redeveloped Harvey Hadden Sports Village The solar system which has been installed in the main car park will produce 50,846kWh/year (67.2KW Peak power) for consistent year round green energy. The energy generated, which will all be used to power […]

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Nottingham to have UK’s first fully-electric Park & Ride bus service

Nottingham to have UK’s first fully-electric Park & Ride bus service

Nottingham will become home to the UK’s first all-electric Park & Ride bus service when 13 new vehicles boost the city’s electric bus fleet to 58. Funding for the buses comes from a £1.4m grant from the Department for Transport Green Bus Fund with an additional £2.1m raised from the City Council’s Workplace Parking Levy. […]

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