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Five years after Grenfell, work continues to make sure residents in tall buildings are safe

Five years after Grenfell, work continues to make sure residents in tall buildings are safe

Five years on from the Grenfell disaster, Nottingham City Council is continuing to take action to support residents living in tall and multi-occupied buildings in the city. The council is working with partners including Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Services to support those living in apartment blocks and especially taller buildings (18 metres or over) by […]

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All aboard! First coach services run from new Broad Marsh Bus Station next week

All aboard! First coach services run from new Broad Marsh Bus Station next week

Coach services are to start operating from the new Broad Marsh bus station from next week, it can be announced. National Express have finished fitting out their customer service centre inside the new building and are ready to move their services from the temporary location on Station Street into the modern facility on Canal Street […]

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Green home transformations happening in Nottingham 

Green home transformations happening in Nottingham 

Work is underway to turn 77 council homes in Radford to super green and energy efficient properties. The 28 bungalows and 49 houses on five streets are benefitting from improvement works that will increase energy efficiency and reduce heating and energy costs for residents. This represents the latest project of the Deep Retrofit Energy Model […]

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Consultation starts on new licensing scheme to support rented housing improvements

Consultation starts on new licensing scheme to support rented housing improvements

Consultation has begun on a new licensing scheme for landlords to improve standards in the private rented housing sector. The consultation runs until 21 August 2022 and gives local people, tenants, landlords, letting agents and other interested individuals and organisations the chance to comment on the proposals by Nottingham City Council to introduce a second […]

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Installations begin on free solar panel scheme for residents

Installations begin on free solar panel scheme for residents

Over 650 households across the city will soon be saving hundreds of pounds on their energy bills and reducing their carbon emissions thanks to the free installation of solar panels and insulation. Work has started in the Bestwood area as part of the Local Authority Delivery scheme using funding from the Department for Business, Energy […]

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Thousands celebrate civic reception for Nottingham Forest

Thousands celebrate civic reception for Nottingham Forest

Lord Mayor welcomes winning team to mark Premier League promotion Civic celebration for squad and manager on the Council House balcony 25,000 people gather in Old Market Square City welcomes important legacy that top tier football will bring There were jubilant scenes in Old Market Square yesterday when thousands of people gathered to celebrate Nottingham […]

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Civic celebration event for Forest after securing historic promotion

Civic celebration event for Forest after securing historic promotion

Nottingham has the opportunity to celebrate Forest’s famous promotion to the Premier League tomorrow (Monday) at a special event in Old Market Square. Players and club officials will be showing off the Championship play-off winners trophy on the Council House balcony as part of a lunchtime celebration. Comedian and lifelong Forest supporter Matt Forde and […]

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City parks invite people to Blossom Together

City parks invite people to Blossom Together

Nottingham City Council Parks Team, in partnership with the National Trust and its Blossom Together initiative, has delivered two projects bringing new blossom trees for local people to enjoy.  Lenton Recreation Ground and St Mary’s Rest Garden in St Ann’s near Victoria Park have both had cherry trees planted as part of the initiative. Tree […]

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