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Creative Quarter’s Manvers Street junction improvements near completion

Creative Quarter’s Manvers Street junction improvements near completion

The latest stage in the massive investment by Nottingham City Council to support economic growth sees the final stages of work set to be completed at the Manvers Street and Pennyfoot Street junction. The road and public space improvements are an essential part of the city’s multi-million pound Creative Quarter infrastructure upgrade programme. The Creative […]

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Early lifting of traffic restrictions

Early lifting of traffic restrictions

Traffic restrictions at a busy road junction in Nottingham have been lifted a week earlier than planned. Favourable weather conditions and alterations to plans to install new utilities manholes have combined to enable engineers to finish the work on the Queen’s Road East/University Boulevard junction ahead of schedule. Part of finishing works associated with the […]

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Nurse of the Year names her tram

Nurse of the Year names her tram

Nottingham’s Nurse of the Year, Kim Helm, today unveiled her name on one of the latest additions to the city’s tram fleet. Paediatric Transplant Clinical Nurse Specialist Kim, who works in the renal ward at Nottingham Children’s Hospital, was guest of honour at the special ceremony, held at the tram network’s Wilkinson Street depot. She followed […]

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Nottingham plugged in to electric taxi study

Nottingham City Council has been selected by the government to support a study into delivering ultra-low emission taxis. The £30,000 Energy Saving Trust (EST) feasibility study has been offered to the City Council after its application for funding from the Department for Transport’s £20m electric taxi development fund. This puts Nottingham’s case in pole position […]

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Roadworks start in Castle area

Roadworks start in Castle area

Work to improve the pavements, roads and local environment near the Castlewill start on July 27th and continue until December 9th, 2015. New paving, road surfaces, trees and street furniture will be put in place to improve the appearance of the area and to increase road safety. These improvements are part of a programme of […]

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