Monthly Archive: January

Give us your views on proposed changes to Nottingham City Libraries

Give us your views on proposed changes to Nottingham City Libraries

Nottingham City Council is launching a 12-week public consultation on proposed changes to its library service. Launching on Monday 31 January, the consultation recommends a number of changes to buildings and ways of working, including the closure of three libraries that have some of the lowest usage and highest costs – and that have better, […]

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Nottingham needs homecare workers

Nottingham needs homecare workers

Nottingham City Council is leading the rallying cry to encourage more people to become homecare workers to provide much-needed care to people who need support residents in our communities. Local homecare providers have available positions in homecare available now, with full pay, flexible hours and training and opportunities for people to progress their career within […]

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Green light for £62k expansion of CCTV network in Nottingham

Green light for £62k expansion of CCTV network in Nottingham

Nottingham is to benefit from an extra 12 state-of-the-art surveillance cameras as part of a project to keep people safe and catch criminals. The Home Office has approved plans for the installation of 10 new fixed CCTV cameras across the City Centre and two re-deployable cameras that can be moved throughout the City when necessary. […]

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More Nottingham homes to get super energy saving measures

More Nottingham homes to get super energy saving measures

Over 100 council homes in the city will benefit from improvement works to increase their energy efficiency and reduce heating and energy costs for residents. The works will see energy efficiency retrofits carried out on 103 homes in Radford. Nottingham City Council and partners Nottingham City Homes are working with British Gas to potentially get […]

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Nottingham is on track to reach carbon neutrality by 2028 after first annual review

Nottingham is on track to reach carbon neutrality by 2028 after first annual review

Nottingham is on track to become the first carbon neutral city in the UK by 2028, the first review of its action plan shows. Despite challenges due to the pandemic and pressures on the council’s finances, significant achievements have been made since the city’s Carbon Neutral 2028 Action Plan was published in June 2020. The […]

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Light Night returns to the ‘Rebel City’

Light Night returns to the ‘Rebel City’

Nottingham Light Night 2022 is confirmed as the event returns for its fourteenth year. Nottingham’s Light Night will take place on Friday 4 and Saturday 5 February. A number of innovative, interactive and engaging light-based installations, performances and activities will take place right across the city. The event will again take place over two nights […]

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Working together to make sure residents in tall buildings are safe

Working together to make sure residents in tall buildings are safe

Nottingham City Council is continuing to take action to support residents living in tall buildings in the city while the Government outlines its latest plans for replacing unsafe cladding. Last week, Secretary of State for Levelling Up Michael Gove announced a plan to protect leaseholders and make developers and companies pay to fix cladding issues. […]

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Lottery funding secured to restore the Grade II Victoria Embankment Memorial Gardens

Lottery funding secured to restore the Grade II Victoria Embankment Memorial Gardens

Nottingham City Council is celebrating after receiving the news that its £1.7m bid to develop Victoria Embankment Memorial Gardens has been successful. £1.1m has been awarded through the National Lottery Heritage Fund and will be used to improve facilities, create a visitor centre and jobs on the park. Match funding has come from The Transforming […]

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Council set to adopt bold plan for city’s bright future

Council set to adopt bold plan for city’s bright future

Nottingham City Council is set to adopt an Economic Recovery and Renewal Plan for the city which aims to improve Nottingham’s prosperity and local people’s prospects. As one of the partners of the Nottingham Growth Board, the City Council has been working with key local businesses, educational institutions, public sector organisations and One Nottingham to […]

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