Another city centre demolition to take place as Nottingham regeneration progresses

While the news of the upcoming Broadmarsh redevelopment has captured the city’s imagination, demolition has begun just up the road at Unity Square. The site, opposite Nottingham Train Station and next door to Castle Rock Brewery, was previously a car park with shops and will offer a ‘mixed use’ redevelopment of the site. Sladen Estates […]

Changes to Canal Street and Middle Hill junction

In April, the City Council announced changes to a series of junctions around Broadmarsh, including at Canal Street, to improve traffic and pedestrian movements in preparation for the next stages of the Broadmarsh regeneration programme. These changes include the widening of London Road to three lanes at the London Road roundabout; building a feeder rank […]

Nottingham Arrow: Summer 2017

The Summer 2017 issue of the Nottingham Arrow is out now! In this issue: Meet the Dinosaurs of China at Wollaton Hall, find out more about the Broadmarsh transformation, and discover ways you can help to keep Nottingham clean! Click here to download the Summer Arrow as double page spreads Click here to download the singe page […]

Unloved Nottingham landmark to be consigned to history

The days are numbered for a Nottingham eyesore which most local people will be pleased to see the back of and turned into a key part of the city centre’s transformation. Councillors at the City Council’s Executive Board meeting earlier today (Thursday 1 June) gave the go-ahead for the Broadmarsh car park to be demolished […]

Section of Carrington Street to close as substation works take place

The section of Carrington Street between Canal Street and Collin Street will close on Wednesday 24 May for approximately two weeks as works take place by Western Power to remove and relocate an electrical substation. The removal of the substation requires a deep excavation in the pavement and roadspace is needed to safely and completely […]

New red line rules come into force to keep traffic moving

A number of roads which make up a key route in central Nottingham will see double red lines being enforced to ease traffic flow in the lead up to the Broadmarsh regeneration project. Nottingham City Council has introduced double red lines on the roads of the alternative route around the south side of the city […]

Businesses donate close to 3,000 Easter eggs for Nottingham children

Thousands of children, including those in care, are getting an Easter treat after companies in Nottingham donated chocolate eggs. Staff at businesses across the city have been donating the treats to Nottingham City Council, which has distributed them to youngsters who may need a happy Easter treat this weekend. They have been given out to […]

Nottingham to gain from Midlands Engine investment

Nottingham City Council welcomes the launch of the Midlands Engine and Midlands Transport Strategies today which will drive growth and productivity in the region. The Chancellor Philip Hammond was in the region today to launch the Midlands Engine Strategy, which includes significant investment in skills, connectivity and local growth, and sets out how the Government plans to […]

Fare changes on Link bus services

From Monday 13 March, fares will be introduced on the Medilink bus service and fares applied to the full Centrelink Park and Ride route. The Medilink bus service is currently free and runs Monday to Friday from Queen’s Drive Park and Ride to the City Hospital via Queen’s Medical Centre and the Wilkinson Street tram […]

Fantastic half-term in store for Nottingham families

Half-term in Nottingham city schools is fast approaching! Half-term runs 13 – 17 February in Nottingham schools, and there’s plenty to keep kids busy. City Council venues, including heritage sites, leisure centres, libraries and parks, have packed schedules full of free and great value events and activities for families. There are events in neighbourhoods, and […]