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City residents invited to Nottingham Castle Queen’s Baton Relay event

City residents invited to Nottingham Castle Queen’s Baton Relay event

The Queen's Baton The Queen’s Baton Relay for the Commonwealth Games (Birmingham 2022) will arrive in the city on Sunday 10 July. This is the 16th official Queen’s Baton Relay – a journey which brings together …

Council budget boosted by £30m of property sales – with £90m more to come

Council budget boosted by £30m of property sales – with £90m more to come

The City Council has brought in over £30m of income from selling land and property it owns over the last two years – with over £90m more in the pipeline over the next few years. The council owns over 3,600 …

City Council’s response to Government statement on proposed intervention

City Council’s response to Government statement on proposed intervention

Nottingham City Council has pledged that the major improvements it has been making to financial governance and management will continue in light of the Government’s announcement that it is minded to appoint …

Works starts on over 120 new council homes in Nottingham

Works starts on over 120 new council homes in Nottingham

The diggers are on site and work has kicked off in Bestwood to build 129 new council homes. The homes, which are being built on land off Beckhampton Road, will consist of one, two and three bed properties, …

Skateboarding space to form part of Broad Marsh redevelopment

Skateboarding space to form part of Broad Marsh redevelopment

Plans have been unveiled to create a skateboarding area as part of the huge changes under way to reimagine the Broad Marsh area. The project, announced in the week of International Go Skateboarding Day (Tuesday …

Victoria Embankment Memorial Gardens restoration well underway

Victoria Embankment Memorial Gardens restoration well underway

The £1.7million restoration of Victoria Embankment’s Memorial Gardens is now well underway, returning the park to its former glory. The refurbishment of the gardens is going ahead thanks to £1.1million from …

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