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Robin Hood Energy undercuts competitors with new pay-as-you-go tariff

Robin Hood Energy undercuts competitors with new pay-as-you-go tariff

In anticipation of the start of a colder snap, the country’s first local authority-owned, licensed energy supplier, Robin Hood Energy, has launched a new prepayment tariff, Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG). PAYG is one of the cheapest prepayment tariffs available on the market today. It is £77.65 cheaper than British Gas’s cheapest dual fuel medium user tariff and […]

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City Council Deputy Leader reacts to Chancellor’s autumn statement

City Council Deputy Leader reacts to Chancellor’s autumn statement

The Chancellor’s autumn statement pulls even more funding from councils, undermining their ability to provide vital local services. That’s the reaction of the City Council’s Deputy Leader Councillor Graham Chapman to George Osborne’s Comprehensive Spending Review. Councillor Chapman said that the review had serious implications for looking after the increasing numbers of elderly and disabled […]

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Celebrate Christmas in our neighbourhoods!

Celebrate Christmas in our neighbourhoods!

Citizens across Nottingham can get into the Christmas spirit with the many light switch on events taking place across neighbourhoods! Cllr Nicola Heaton, Portfolio Holder for Community Services at Nottingham City Council, said: “Our neighbourhood Christmas celebrations are a great time for communities to come together. All ages can get into the festive spirit and […]

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Bigger, better drama and music loans service for Nottingham and beyond

Bigger, better drama and music loans service for Nottingham and beyond

Nottingham and Leicester city councils are combining their drama and music loans collections to offer a bigger, better service from the New Year. The new NEMPALS (Nottingham (East Midlands) Performing Arts Library Service) will be launched in January 2016 to provide a quality, sustainable performing arts loans service. This has been developed through extensive consultation […]

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City Council’s solar project shines at environmental awards

City Council’s solar project shines at environmental awards

Nottingham City Council scooped The Nottingham Post Environmental Innovation award for its solar car park canopy at Harvey Hadden Sports Village. The solar carport innovation has given the popular Sports Village the means to generate and use free, green electricity on site through a structure that spans 40 car parking spaces. It is estimated that […]

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