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Nottingham commits to adapting to climate change by joining the global Race to Resilience

Nottingham commits to adapting to climate change by joining the global Race to Resilience

Nottingham has cemented its commitment to becoming a carbon neutral city by 2028 and creating climate resilience in the city by joining the global Race to Resilience. This worldwide campaign aims to help communities adapt to the accelerating impacts of climate change. By delivering action in over 100 countries, the Race to Resilience partners have […]

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Warning of con artists using cost-of-living crisis to target vulnerable

Warning of con artists using cost-of-living crisis to target vulnerable

Nottingham residents have been urged to be on their guard against scams related to the current cost-of-living crisis. The warning has come from Nottingham City Council’s Trading Standards Service as part of Scams Awareness Fortnight, which started today (Monday) and is led by Citizens Advice. Con artists seek to exploit victims’ vulnerability and there is […]

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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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50 years of Pride

50 years of Pride

This year, as Pride season gets underway, it marks the 50th anniversary of the first march for LGBTQ+ rights in the UK. Pride events around the world typically happen during the month of June, marking the Stonewall Riots which happened on June 28th 1969 in New York. The first Pride parade in Nottingham took place […]

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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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Antiques Roadshow Meet Titus the T. rex for Nottingham Show

Antiques Roadshow Meet Titus the T. rex for Nottingham Show

Fiona Bruce and experts from Antiques Roadshow have been shown some fascinating, ancient items over the years – but none more so than Titus, a 66m-year-old Tyrannosaurus Rex! The Titus T. rex is King exhibition is hitting our screens as Wollaton Hall hosted the filming of Antiques Roadshow on Tuesday 7th June 2022. The exhibition, which showcases the […]

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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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