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Homeserve give a boost to jobs in Bulwell

Homeserve give a boost to jobs in Bulwell

Nottingham’s Lord Mayor officially opened the new Homeserve HQ in Bulwell today. The re-furbished facilities at Aspect House, Blenheim Industrial Estate, Bulwell, Nottingham is a vote of confidence in Nottingham and will see jobs on the site increase from 250 to 350. It also houses their new national training centre for heating and plumbing engineers. […]

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Nottingham residents urged to shop local for Small Business Saturday

Nottingham residents urged to shop local for Small Business Saturday

Saturday 2 December sees the return of a national campaign which aims to encourage people to support independent and locally owned businesses. Small Business Saturday is an annual campaign which is supported again this year by Nottingham City Council and partners, the Nottingham Business Improvement District (BID), Creative Quarter and Visit Nottinghamshire and raises awareness […]

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Nottingham: the fastest growing economy in the East Midlands

Nottingham: the fastest growing economy in the East Midlands

Nottingham City Council welcomes the news today that Nottingham is the fastest growing city economy in the East Midlands region and is growing faster than Birmingham, Liverpool and Sheffield. Nottingham is a city that has seen major investment in recent years across its communities and the city centre; developments which include the completion of new […]

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Looking for work? Start here! Nottingham Jobs Fair returns for 2017

Looking for work? Start here! Nottingham Jobs Fair returns for 2017

Get ready to prepare your CV and sharpen your interview technique; Nottingham Jobs Fair, the biggest jobs fair in the East Midlands, is back and it’s better than ever. The fair which has been held in Nottingham for the past seven years is organised by Nottingham City Council in association with sponsor Imtech Engineering Services […]

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European Union funding secured to help more vulnerable Nottingham residents into work.

European Union funding secured to help more vulnerable Nottingham residents into work.

Nottingham City Council has been successful in its bid for £500k funding which will be used to help the most vulnerable young people re-engage in education or training or secure employment. The Nottingham Works Plus programme will combine Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) and European Social Funds (ESF) with existing funding to help 270 of the […]

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City Council welcomes university investment and excellence 

City Council welcomes university investment and excellence 

An announcement by the University of Nottingham that it is to invest over £200m into vital research which will bring hundreds of jobs to Nottingham has been welcomed by the City Council. The university has revealed its Beacons of Excellence programme which represents the largest ever investment into research by the university and will look […]

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