Monthly Archive: April

New Executive to be elected to lead Nottingham City Council in 2022

New Executive to be elected to lead Nottingham City Council in 2022

Nottingham City Council will elect its new Executive team of councillors on Monday 9th May at the Annual General Meeting of City Council. From then, the following councillors will take up their responsibility: Councillor David Mellen (Leader) Councillor Adele Williams (Deputy Leader) Councillor Sally Longford Councillor Rebecca Langton Councillor Linda Woodings Councillor Pavlos Kotsonis Councillor […]

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£3.5m to help struggling Nottingham households

£3.5m to help struggling Nottingham households

Nottingham City Council has secured over £3.5million to support city residents struggling with the rising cost of living. Pensioners and families are set to benefit as the council take steps to help the most vulnerable households.  The council’s Executive Board on Thursday 28 April will consider the recommendation to formally accept the new funding and approve the next steps of […]

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City firms urged to take advantage of free 30-day electric van trial

City firms urged to take advantage of free 30-day electric van trial

Businesses are being invited to test-drive a new electric van before taking a fully-funded one-month trial. An event is being held next month in Nottingham where a range of vehicles will be on show for firms of any size, from the public or private sector, to consider for their fleet. Organised by the City Council […]

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External reports into misallocation of Housing Revenue Account to be considered by council

External reports into misallocation of Housing Revenue Account to be considered by council

Bringing the management of council housing back under the direct control of Nottingham City Council is a key recommendation made in one of two independent reports being considered by the council’s Executive Board this week. In line with ongoing work the council is undertaking to carry out improvements following the Government’s non-statutory review of the […]

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CityFibre celebrates latest milestone in Nottingham’s Full Fibre rollout

CityFibre celebrates latest milestone in Nottingham’s Full Fibre rollout

Internet users across Nottingham are now able to connect their homes and businesses to the best digital infrastructure available thanks to progress made by CityFibre, the UK’s largest independent full fibre platform. CityFibre has now made the majority of homes in the Wollaton area of the city ‘ready for service’, which means residents can choose […]

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Health and Wellbeing Hubs coming to a neighbourhood near you

Health and Wellbeing Hubs coming to a neighbourhood near you

New Health and Wellbeing Hubs will soon be visiting neighbourhoods across Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire, offering a range of free services to support citizens. In partnership with the NHS, the new hubs will provide information on: Covid-19 vaccines, including helping you book appointments Healthy lifestyles and choices How to make your money go further How […]

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City ready to forge ahead with Nottingham Tennis Centre handover

City ready to forge ahead with Nottingham Tennis Centre handover

Nottingham City Council is pleased to announce it is ready to hand over the Nottingham Tennis Centre to the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) from the end of April. The move follows talks between the City Council and the LTA that began in August 2021 over the future of the Tennis Centre. Public consultation was undertaken […]

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A warm Nottingham welcome to people arriving from Ukraine

A warm Nottingham welcome to people arriving from Ukraine

A new ‘Welcome to Nottingham’ information pack has been developed to help people arriving from Ukraine and those sponsoring them to stay here. There has been an incredible response from local communities coming together in Nottingham to aid international appeals and efforts helping those fleeing the war, with many residents offering to open up their […]

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