Archive by category Regeneration

Froch to present Miracle Men with Hall of Fame honour

Froch to present Miracle Men with Hall of Fame honour

Four-time Super Middleweight Champion of the World Carl Froch will present the Nottingham Forest European Cup-winning heroes with their induction into the National Football Museum Hall of Fame. Forest fan Froch will be guest of honour at the star-studded event that takes place at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham on November 3rd. The Colwick-born boxer […]

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Local businesses plug into superfast NETwork – via tramlines

Local businesses plug into superfast NETwork – via tramlines

Superfast data as well as superfast trams will soon travel along the new Nottingham Express Transit lines to benefit local businesses, thanks to the foresight of Nottingham City Council. Nottingham is leading the country in an innovative approach that ensures world class fibre optic cabling is installed when major works are being planned. During the […]

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New focus on Nottingham’s neighbourhoods to bring business and jobs

New focus on Nottingham’s neighbourhoods to bring business and jobs

A new Regeneration Strategy aimed at bringing jobs and housing to Nottingham’s local neighbourhoods has been launched by the City Council. The Strategy provides a pathway to improving the areas of the city which the majority of Nottingham residents call home. Sustainable job creation, support for small businesses, building homes and great community spaces are […]

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Conference hears how Midlands Connect can unlock growth and jobs

Conference hears how Midlands Connect can unlock growth and jobs

Improving road and rail links across the Midlands could unlock more than £1 billion of extra economic growth a year and create 300,000 new jobs, delegates at a transport conference have heard. The Intermodal conference in Nottingham was told how the Midlands Connect project was developing a region-wide transport strategy to power the Midlands Engine, […]

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City Council poised to take action on Island Site

City Council poised to take action on Island Site

Nottingham City Council is poised to take action over a key development site in the city which its owner has failed to develop for years. The council has drawn up a masterplan for the Island Site and is talking to potential developers as part of a soft market testing exercise to consider how the plan […]

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Junction improvements mean temporary road closure

Junction improvements mean temporary road closure

The Trent Street / Station Street junction will close to traffic for eight weeks as part of the final phase of improvements for people using Nottingham Station and other pedestrians. Improvement works to create a more welcoming environment on Station Street for people arriving in Nottingham by train have been ongoing since last September and […]

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Alfreton Road grant scheme launched for improvements 

Alfreton Road grant scheme launched for improvements 

Business owners and managers on Alfreton Road are being invited to a drop-in session on Thursday 19 May to discuss a new £50,000 grant scheme to improve the look of the street. The City Council is launching a new grants scheme for businesses to improve the appearance of their properties on Alfreton Road. The council […]

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Confetti and Dance4 unveiled as anchor tenants at Space2 completion event

Confetti and Dance4 unveiled as anchor tenants at Space2 completion event

A £6m transformation of a former Victorian hosiery factory in Sneinton is complete, with Dance4 and Confetti announced as the two major anchor tenants of the new facility which will support Nottingham’s growing digital and creative industry. The brand new venue in the Creative Quarter named ‘Space2’ provides high quality workshops, offices and studio units […]

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