Monthly Archive: December

Nottingham to stay in Tier 3 restrictions for Covid-19

Nottingham to stay in Tier 3 restrictions for Covid-19

Nottingham is to stay in Tier 3 ‘Very High’ restrictions for Covid-19, following a national review today (17 Dec) by the Government. Cllr David Mellen, Leader of Nottingham City Council, said: “I know that people will be disappointed that Nottingham is remaining in Tier 3 restrictions for Covid-19. It has been a hard year for […]

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City reaffirms global agreement to underline its ‘green’ agenda

City reaffirms global agreement to underline its ‘green’ agenda

The Deputy Leader of Nottingham City Council has reiterated the authority’s carbon-neutral aims as she prepares to sign up once more to a global commitment. Councillor Sally Longford, pictured, will make the Council a signatory again on the Global Covenant of Mayors (GCM), which it first signed up to in 2008. GCM is a worldwide […]

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Nottingham City Council urges Government to stand by its commitment to HS2

Nottingham City Council urges Government to stand by its commitment to HS2

Nottingham City Council is calling on the Government to fulfil its commitment to delivering the Eastern Leg of HS2 in full following the publication of a report today (Tuesday 15 December). The National Infrastructure Commission’s National Rail Assessment (NRA) includes proposals to scrap the full Eastern leg of HS2 and Toton hub, and to terminate […]

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Bold new plan plots a positive future for Nottingham’s economy post-Covid

Bold new plan plots a positive future for Nottingham’s economy post-Covid

A major new plan has been put forward by key partners in Nottingham for building a prosperous future for the city’s economy post-Covid which is green, digital, creative and inclusive. The Nottingham Economic Recovery and Renewal Plan has been developed by the Nottingham Growth Board, a partnership of key city businesses, educational institutions and public […]

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Support still available for pupils concerned about school and Covid-19

Support still available for pupils concerned about school and Covid-19

The Leader of Nottingham City Council said he is pleased that a campaign to support pupils with Covid-19 worries was extended up until Christmas. Many children and young people reported anxieties and concerns about returning to school in September after a long period of lockdown. In response, Nottingham City Council – together with local partners […]

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City Council ‘not on verge of bankruptcy’ says Leader

City Council ‘not on verge of bankruptcy’ says Leader

Nottingham City Council has fully accepted the findings of a rapid review carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. However, the Council’s Leader has made clear that the authority is not on the verge of bankruptcy. Councillor David Mellen said: “The report does not use the word ‘bankruptcy’. It […]

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No Nottingham child should go hungry this Christmas

No Nottingham child should go hungry this Christmas

Nottingham City Council is giving out almost £1m of funding to support children receiving Free School Meals this Christmas and February half term. It follows a debate in which councillors highlighted the levels of child poverty in Nottingham at a Full Meeting of Nottingham City Council on Monday 9 November. Following the debate, councillors resolved […]

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