Monthly Archive: March

Award winning project that ‘feels like a penthouse’ is completed

Award winning project that ‘feels like a penthouse’ is completed

A project to introduce innovative energy saving measures to council homes in Nottingham has been completed, with one tenant stating that his new look home ‘feels like a penthouse’. 12 formerly hard-to-heat council homes – five houses and seven bungalows – on Keswick Street in the Sneinton area of the city have been transformed into […]

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Mel Barrett appointed as Lead for Nottingham City Place Based Partnership

Mel Barrett appointed as Lead for Nottingham City Place Based Partnership

Mel Barrett, Chief Executive of Nottingham City Council, has been appointed as Lead for Nottingham City Place Based Partnership (PBP). He will take over from Dr Hugh Porter as Interim Lead on 1 April 2022. The Nottingham City PBP, formerly known as the Integrated Care Partnership, was established in 2019 to bring together health and […]

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Brand new Ay-UpMarket event celebrates Nottingham’s independent traders

Brand new Ay-UpMarket event celebrates Nottingham’s independent traders

Nottingham City Council, in collaboration with Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID), the organisation behind It’s in Nottingham; is proud to present the first Ay-UpMarket. The three-day event will run in Old Market Square from Friday 25 March to Sunday 27 March and as part of a partnership with the Creative Quarter, the market will also […]

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City Council sets balanced budget and four-year financial plan

City Council sets balanced budget and four-year financial plan

Nottingham City Council has formally approved its 2022/23 budget by making savings to close a starting budget gap of £28m and a four-year plan to set the organisation on a stable financial course for the future. The meeting of the Full Council today (Monday 7) agreed a range of proposals for the forthcoming financial year […]

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More pupils get first-choice secondary school on National Offer Day

More pupils get first-choice secondary school on National Offer Day

Almost 100 more pupils in Nottingham have received their first choice of secondary school for September this year. On National Offer Day today, the City Council has been able to inform parents and carers of 2,778 children that they have secured a place at their preferred school. This compares with 2,679 for 2021, despite there […]

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