Archive by category Regeneration

Regeneration boost for Bulwell as Lidl store prepares to open its doors

Regeneration boost for Bulwell as Lidl store prepares to open its doors

  National supermarket chain Lidl UK opens its first store in Bulwell this week, bringing new jobs and new life to a site which has been vacant for almost 20 years. The store, situated on Jennison Street off Main Street in Bulwell, will be officially opened at 8am on Thursday 22 February, in a ceremony […]

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Celebrate the Year of the Dog as Chinese New Year comes to Old Market Square tomorrow

Celebrate the Year of the Dog as Chinese New Year comes to Old Market Square tomorrow

Nottingham City Council and partners invite you to the Old Market Square tomorrow (Saturday 10 February) to celebrate 2018 – Chinese Year of the Dog. The events have been organised in conjunction with the Chinese Student Associations of the University of Nottingham and of Nottingham Trent University.   In a colourful mix of sights and sounds, the […]

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Ultra-low energy homes in Sneinton ready for a warmer Christmas  

Ultra-low energy homes in Sneinton ready for a warmer Christmas  

Residents in ten homes in Sneinton will be much warmer this Christmas – and better-off in the New Year – after becoming the first in the UK to benefit from innovative energy saving and energy generation measures. The pilot project, which is now almost complete, will radically improve older houses and make the residents of […]

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Final touches to Bulwell Market place with new welcome archway  

Final touches to Bulwell Market place with new welcome archway   

  A new welcome archway, designed from the memories of local people is being unveiled at Bulwell Market Place. The welcome archway, by artist Chris Campbell, comprises a steel structure with references to Bulwell’s history and local landmarks.  The River Leen, the lattice work of the local bridge and a pitwheel are worked into the […]

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Funding available to local business to preserve historic shop fronts

Businesses in the Old Market Square and the Lace Market have a chance to get hold of some cash to restore their shop fronts to their historic former glory. Nottingham City Council has accepted £551,500 from Historic England to conserve buildings in both the Lace Market and Old Market Square. A further £79,750 has been […]

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Bulwell builds on its heritage and grows towards a bright future.

Bulwell builds on its heritage and grows towards a bright future.

Bulwell residents, visitors and businesses will have noticed that in previous years, the area has been at the centre of some major changes which are helping to ensure it remains at the vibrant heart of Nottingham North. Bulwell has long been able to boast about its fast and reliable tram service linking it to Nottingham […]

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intu reveals new fly through video of the proposed intu Broadmarsh redevelopment

intu reveals new fly through video of the proposed intu Broadmarsh redevelopment

A fly through video of the proposed redevelopment at intu Broadmarsh has been revealed today (20 Sept), giving shoppers a taste of what the centre could look like following its transformation. The video will give customers a closer look at what they might be able to expect from the new look centre following the planned redevelopment.

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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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