Archive by year 2018

Triathlon Trios Invited to Compete Alongside World’s Best in Nottingham

Triathlon Trios Invited to Compete Alongside World’s Best in Nottingham

Both triathlon beginners and seasoned competitors are being asked to team up and take part alongside the world’s best when the Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham comes to town in 2018. British Triathlon Home Nation members can access the Priority window for both entry and grandstand tickets, with information on how to access both […]

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Council awaiting green light from Government for private rented property licensing scheme

Council awaiting green light from Government for private rented property licensing scheme

A proposal to introduce a new licensing scheme for privately rented homes in Nottingham has now been formally submitted to the Secretary State for the Department for Communities and Local Government for confirmation. Recently, the Secretary of State approved the London Borough of Newham’s selective licensing proposal and the City Council is looking forward to […]

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Horse sculptures mark work nearing completion in Daleside Road

Horse sculptures mark work nearing completion in Daleside Road

Three cast iron horse sculptures have been installed on a busy roundabout that has recently been improved for the benefit of cars, cyclists and pedestrians. Known as the Racecourse Roundabout, a series of improvements have been made as part of the Daleside Road Improvement Scheme, including altering the layout to improve the flow of traffic and providing better quality […]

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Three primary school expansions will create 480 school places by 2020

Three primary school expansions will create 480 school places by 2020

Three Nottingham City schools will expand by the end of 2019, creating 480 school places and 26 nursery places. The three schools are: Westbury Special School in Bilborough, which will have 60 additional primary and secondary places by August 2018, following investment of £4.75m Glade Hill Primary School in Bestwood, which will have 210 additional […]

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Council asks again for post-Grenfell funding, as independent body agrees Government should pay

Council asks again for post-Grenfell funding, as independent body agrees Government should pay

Nottingham City Council has repeated its request to Government to provide the financial support it promised for post-Grenfell safety measures, as an independent national body backs the move. On several occasions since the tragedy, the council has asked the Government for the £8.5m it needs to fit sprinklers in the 13 residential tower blocks it […]

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