Housing Benefit and Council Tax services moving to Loxley House on Monday 13 January

Nottingham Revenues and Benefits service, which provides support for Housing Benefit and Council Tax currently based at Nottingham Central Library on Angel Row, will move in to the new Customer Hub at Nottingham City Council’s Loxley House on Monday 13 January. They will be joined by Housing Aid, based on Lower Parliament Street, on Monday […]

We built it, they’re coming: thriving private sector investment in the Southside

Cranes in the air across the Southside area of Nottingham aren’t just there for the Broadmarsh redevelopment programme, as private sector developments are gathering pace in the city off the back of extensive investment in the city. A variety of developments have either already started or are in the pipeline for 2020, with private developers […]

2020: New decade, new vision

As we approach the New Year, the start of a new decade, I believe there are good reasons to be optimistic about Nottingham’s future in the 2020s, writes City Council Leader, David Mellen. Nottingham is a great city that I love living in after adopting as my own following studying here many years ago. Its […]

Ambitious for Nottingham – Our plan for 2019 – 2023

Ambitious for Nottingham people Our plan for 2019 – 2023 At the start of a new decade, we’re ambitious for the people of Nottingham. Read on to see our vision for our city by the end of 2023. We’re ambitious for Nottingham people. We want the best for everyone: our hard working families, our schools […]

A year of change in Nottingham – with the best yet to come

As construction teams close down for Christmas, Nottingham is in a rare quiet period after a busy year of redevelopment in the Southside area of the city centre. In January, only a couple of cranes could be seen on the Nottingham horizon that has since been awash with them. Cranes in the air means jobs […]

New one stop shop Customer Hub to open in January

A new Customer Hub will open at Nottingham City Council’s Loxley House on Trent Street in January, putting citizen focused services in one location to better support the general public. Nottingham Revenues and Benefits service, which provides support for Housing Benefit and Council Tax services, currently based at the Contact Centre at Nottingham Central Library […]

Cranes in the air mean jobs on the ground for local people

Cranes in the air are not only a symbol of the regeneration of Nottingham, they also mean jobs for well over 1,000 people. The transformation of Nottingham’s Southside is fully underway and even before the new developments have been completed, the benefits of the development are being realised through the construction jobs that have been […]

Nottingham city centre is changing – and you can help shape it

People’s views are being sought on how Nottingham city centre should develop, grow and change to ensure it remains an attractive and prosperous place for residents, workers and visitors in the future. The City Council commissioned a leading national strategy organisation to gather information from key organisations in the city about the strengths and weaknesses […]

Canal Street to reopen after gas works completed ahead of schedule

Major gas works on Canal Street carried out by Cadent have now been completed and the road will be ready to reopen at a minute past midnight on Monday 9 September. The £250,000 works to replace half a kilometre of gas mains have finished a month ahead of schedule due to good weather and favourable […]

I built that! Nottingham Jobs helps residents be a part of the city’s growth.

There’s positive news for job seekers in Nottingham; as building projects of all sizes move forward apace, job opportunities in construction, shop-fitting and associated trades are becoming available and local people are in a great position to find work or take up training which will enable them to work on some of the city’s major […]