Archive by category Regeneration

Nottingham Science Park expansion given go-ahead

Nottingham Science Park expansion given go-ahead

A new addition to Nottingham Science Park was approved by Nottingham City Council’s Planning Committee, providing a welcome extension and focal point for the site. The striking new building will provide office space for innovative science start-ups, or expansion space for growing firms looking for research and development facilities near like-minded firms, creating a more […]

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Nottingham’s Urban Room officially opens on Carrington Street

Nottingham’s Urban Room officially opens on Carrington Street

Nottingham’s Urban Room was officially opened in Carrington Street last night (Thursday 27 September). The special event included guests Mike Baulcombe, Regional Director for Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Cllr Jane Urquhart, Portfolio Holder for Planning, Housing and Regeneration at Nottingham City Council. The Urban Room concept was first introduced in the 2014 Farrell […]

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Innovative technology enables more homes to connect to Nottingham’s District Heating Network

Innovative technology enables more homes to connect to Nottingham’s District Heating Network

Nottingham City Council is working with Nottingham City Homes to connect four low-rise apartment blocks in Sneinton to the District Heating network. As part of the city’s ongoing Greener HousiNG programme, 94 households in Bryon, Keswick, Morley and Haywood Courts will be receiving energy efficiency measures, including a connection to the city’s energy-from-waste, low carbon, […]

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‘Too many new student flats’ is a myth!

‘Too many new student flats’ is a myth!

There’s way too many new student flats in Nottingham, right? Wrong, according to new data showing that demand is still outstripping supply in the city. It’s a common misconception that there is over-provision of purpose-built student accommodation in the city centre, with the assumption that many student flats are standing empty and that every other […]

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City Buildings sale agreed as transformation of city centre continues

City Buildings sale agreed as transformation of city centre continues

Nottingham City Council has agreed the sale of an iconic city centre building to developers, Shoby Properties Ltd, giving the historic site a new purpose and creating much-needed office space. This 19th century block of shops, office space, studios and workshops, at 28-48 Carrington Street, known as City Buildings, is located in the southern entrance […]

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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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