Archive by year 2020

Non-urgent roadworks suspended across the city as A52 emergency work continues

Non-urgent roadworks suspended across the city as A52 emergency work continues

Nottingham City Council has suspended all non-urgent roadworks across the city after Highways England confirmed that its emergency works on the A52 Clifton Bridge are expected to continue into next week. The move has been made to reduce the impact on the wider road network of major work being carried out on a key traffic […]

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Property owner fined for failing to licence homes

Property owner fined for failing to licence homes

A Nottingham Landlord has pleaded guilty to three offences of failure to licence under Selective Licensing scheme. Sakiib Khan (34) of The Meadows, Nottingham admitted the three offences under Section 95(1) of the Housing Act 2004 – Selective Licensing.   During sentencing on Wednesday 6 February, Nottingham Magistrates Court ordered Mr Khan, to pay a […]

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Nottingham City Council wins four new school catering contracts in Derby

Nottingham City Council wins four new school catering contracts in Derby

Nottingham City Council’s school catering service has beaten leading private sector operators to win a tender for four new school catering contracts in Derby, bucking the national trend for school meal provision.   The council served 2.1 million high quality, nutritious meals across 55 primary and secondary schools in Nottingham city last year but from […]

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Partners across D2N2 unite to support unemployed people

Partners across D2N2 unite to support unemployed people

Nottingham City Council and partners across the region have announced a new range of support activities for unemployed residents, especially those facing personal or economic barriers to finding a job. Called Way2Work, the three-year project, part-funded by the European Social Fund, will support unemployed people who face multiple barriers to work. The project will specifically […]

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Nottingham City Council celebrates National Apprenticeship Week 2020

Nottingham City Council celebrates National Apprenticeship Week 2020

Nottingham City Council is supporting the 13th annual National Apprenticeship Week, which runs from 3-9 February 2020. To celebrate the week, Nottingham City Council and key local organisations, which work together as part of the Nottingham Jobs initiative, want to raise awareness of the fantastic opportunities available across the city and encourage residents to apply […]

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Hazardous fly-tip leads to suspended prison sentence for Nottingham man

Hazardous fly-tip leads to suspended prison sentence for Nottingham man

A Nottingham man who admitted fly-tipping five large piles of dangerous waste including asbestos has been handed an eight-month suspended prison sentence. Nathan Cossey dumped the items near Colwick Park, off Daleside Road East, over a period of two weeks and Nottingham taxpayers were left with a bill in excess of £5,300 to have the […]

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Major restorative works unveil Elizabethan Fireplace at Wollaton Hall

Major restorative works unveil Elizabethan Fireplace at Wollaton Hall

A major restoration project to repair the Long Gallery in the old Insect Room at Wollaton Hall has uncovered an original Elizabethan fireplace, from 1588, obscured from view for over 200 years. The Elizabethan fireplace has been hidden by two fireplaces and an additional wall built in the Regency period. These Regency additions were made […]

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