Archive by category Regeneration

Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall transformation project to go ahead

Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall transformation project to go ahead

Nottingham’s Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall has been successful in securing £1.5m from the Arts Council England for its £3.3m Royal Transformation Project. Nottingham City Council has already confirmed that they will provide the further £1.8m needed to fund the ambitious programme of building and development works designed to ensure the sustainable future of […]

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Council and Nottingham City Homes calling on Government to see ‘estate’ regeneration already taking place in Nottingham

Council and Nottingham City Homes calling on Government to see ‘estate’ regeneration already taking place in Nottingham

In response to the Prime Minister’s announcement of a regeneration programme focusing on 100 areas in the UK, Nottingham City Council and Nottingham City Homes (NCH) are calling on the Government to come and see the estates they are transforming across the city. The Building a Better Nottingham council housing programme, which is the largest […]

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Full steam ahead for Station Street improvements

Full steam ahead for Station Street improvements

A scheme to create a new public space outside Nottingham Station is progressing so well that the first half can be opened to the public before Christmas and the second stage of improvements can start in the New Year. Station Street in Nottingham city centre is currently being transformed from what was a traffic-choked side […]

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Proposals for transformation of Nottingham’s Broadmarsh area on display

Proposals for transformation of Nottingham’s Broadmarsh area on display

Nottingham City Council’s wide-ranging plans to dramatically transform and regenerate the Broadmarsh area of Nottingham city centre, which were unveiled last week, are now on display in Lister Gate Square in intu Broadmarsh. The proposals, including four possible designs for the Collin Street public space, will be on display until Tuesday 22 December. The scheme […]

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Community grants available for green initiatives

Community grants available for green initiatives

Nottingham City Council is once again awarding grants to community and voluntary organisations to encourage communities to live greener. Grants of up to £2,500 are available and this year’s scheme has a collaborative aim, with up to £1,000 available to spend on existing projects and the remainder to be used to help set up similar […]

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EU funding to create smart energy solutions for Nottingham

EU funding to create smart energy solutions for Nottingham

Nottingham University and the City Council are taking part in a European Union funded programme INSMART to build on the city’s Energy Strategy. Already a leading city in the UK when it comes to sustainable energy creation, this project will further support Nottingham’s push to meet its 2020 targets to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by […]

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More new homes for Radford

More new homes for Radford

Nottingham Community Housing Association (NCHA) is continuing its development of new homes on the old Radford mill site. Since 2014, NCHA has developed 67 new homes on the old mill site in partnership with Nottingham City Council. The latest, and third, phase of the development has been made possible by grant funding of £88,500 provided […]

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First CleanTech event takes place

First CleanTech event takes place

The first in a series of free events exploring opportunities within Nottingham’s emerging clean technology sector takes place tomorrow (Wednesday October 14th). Sponsored by Nottingham City Council and The D2N2 Growth Hub, the CleanTech Business network will host six events this year with the aim to promote and support Nottingham’s clean tech economy. The first event, […]

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Nottingham’s stunning new life sciences building takes shape

Nottingham’s stunning new life sciences building takes shape

A stunning new life science building is beginning to take shape in Nottingham – and project partners saw progress for themselves during a site visit on Wednesday October 7th. The £30m facility forms an expansion of the highly successful BioCity complex, with work well underway on the five-storey building which is now beginning to emerge from […]

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