Changes to Broadmarsh roads successfully introduced

Changes to Broadmarsh roads successfully introduced

Significant changes to Nottingham’s roads have been successfully introduced, which will allow work on a new public space for Nottingham’s residents and visitors to begin. Collin Street is now closed to all traffic, and only buses and wheelchair accessible taxis can use Canal Street from Greyfriar Gate. Middle Hill, between the Broadmarsh Car Park and […]

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Drivers reminded of major changes to the City road network in Broadmarsh area this weekend

Drivers reminded of major changes to the City road network in Broadmarsh area this weekend

Drivers are being reminded that significant changes to Nottingham’s road network come into force this weekend, as plans to pedestrianise Collin Street and other parts of the Broadmarsh area begin. The City Council has successfully secured £20m Transforming Cities funding for the ambitious Broadmarsh public realm scheme. The changes mean that drivers who usually use […]

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Works to begin on reopening Lister Gate walkway at Broadmarsh Centre

Works to begin on reopening Lister Gate walkway at Broadmarsh Centre

Steps are being taken to reopen the Lister Gate walkway which connects Collin Street and Lister Gate through the Broadmarsh Centre. Immediately prior to entering administration, intu closed the walkway for health and safety reasons. Subsequently the Broadmarsh Centre site was passed to the City Council by the Government’s Official Receiver. Once the City Council […]

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Drivers reminded of forthcoming major changes to road network in Broadmarsh area

Drivers reminded of forthcoming major changes to road network in Broadmarsh area

Drivers are being reminded that significant changes to Nottingham’s road network come into force soon, with plans to pedestrianise Collin Street and other parts of the Broadmarsh area due to begin in August. The whole scheme has won Government financial backing with the City Council successfully securing £20m Transforming Cities funding for the ambitious public […]

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£3.3m of discretionary grants paid to businesses – but the job isn’t finished yet, says Nottingham City Council

£3.3m of discretionary grants paid to businesses – but the job isn’t finished yet, says Nottingham City Council

Nottingham City Council has paid its full allocation of discretionary grants to small businesses, called the Nottingham Small Business Fund, but councillors say they wish they could have achieved more. Over £3.3 million has been paid to around 500 applicants, including businesses in shared office spaces, market traders and charities after Nottingham City Council led […]

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Over £2.5m of discretionary grants paid to local businesses as second round opens

Over £2.5m of discretionary grants paid to local businesses as second round opens

Over 300 businesses have received a discretionary business support grant from Nottingham City Council to support small businesses in the city. Grants of £2,500, £5,000 and £10,000 have been paid out by the Nottingham City Council Economic Recovery Unit to eligible businesses, such as those in shared or flexible workspaces, market and street traders, charities […]

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Creation of impressive new city gateway to begin in August

Creation of impressive new city gateway to begin in August

The long-awaited creation of a welcoming entrance to the city from the south will begin in early August 2020, with new images showing the scale of change the public can look forward to. The exciting new green, pedestrian-friendly public space for the city centre – involving the most significant changes to a city centre road […]

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Nottingham Small Business Fund launched – but Central Government funding not enough, says City Council

Nottingham Small Business Fund launched – but Central Government funding not enough, says City Council

A new small grants programme to support more Nottingham businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic has been launched today by the City Council’s Nottingham Economic Recovery Unit (NERU), however the council has warned the fund is not enough to support every business that needs it. The latest round of grants is targeted at businesses who […]

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