Archive by category Regeneration

New £2m accommodation opens for homeless people in Nottingham

New £2m accommodation opens for homeless people in Nottingham

Sir John Peace, Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire and Patron for Framework, will officially open a new purpose-built Framework building today (May 13th), providing accommodation for single homeless people. Sixteen people supported by Framework have moved into the new one-bed flats at Mechanics House off Mansfield Road, which replaces Framework’s hostel about a mile away, on Forest […]

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Nottingham City Council set to invest £230m in five-year housing programme

Nottingham City Council set to invest £230m in five-year housing programme

Nottingham City Council looks set to invest £230m in a five-year investment programme in its housing stock, when it goes to Executive Board next week. The Housing Revenue Account (HRA) capital programme provides funds for improvements to properties, new build council housing and improvements to estates. The HRA, which is the council’s landlord account, will […]

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Council set to adopt bold plan for city’s bright future

Council set to adopt bold plan for city’s bright future

Nottingham City Council is set to adopt an Economic Recovery and Renewal Plan for the city which aims to improve Nottingham’s prosperity and local people’s prospects. As one of the partners of the Nottingham Growth Board, the City Council has been working with key local businesses, educational institutions, public sector organisations and One Nottingham to […]

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100 job vacancies welcomed at new HM Revenue and Customs Nottingham hub

100 job vacancies welcomed at new HM Revenue and Customs Nottingham hub

A major new office developed as part of the regeneration of Nottingham’s Southside area has started recruitment. The Unity Square development close to Nottingham Station is the new regional headquarters for HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and its customer services hub is on the lookout for people considering a career in customer service or administration. […]

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A year of action towards carbon neutrality in 2028

A year of action towards carbon neutrality in 2028

Nottingham City Council has been working hard to reduce the city’s carbon emissions as Nottingham strives to become the UK’s first carbon neutral city by 2028. A lot has been achieved in the first year of delivering the Carbon Neutral 2028 Action Plan, and city-wide CO2 emissions per capita have fallen by over 50% in […]

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All areas of the city to benefit from £18m Levelling Up Fund grant

All areas of the city to benefit from £18m Levelling Up Fund grant

Councillors have approved funding from the Government’s Levelling Up Fund at a meeting of the Executive today (Tuesday 21 December). Nottingham City Council secured £18 million through the fund in October, for a package of measures that will improve the condition of residential streets, encourage more walking and cycling to school, and enable the installation […]

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Looking back at Nottingham’s new housing developments in 2021

Looking back at Nottingham’s new housing developments in 2021

Hundreds of homes have been built this year and hundreds more will be built next year in Nottingham. A combination of private developments and new council housing is providing a wide range of different housing types to meet local resident needs. This is one part of the significant changes that are underway in Nottingham, including […]

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Heatherwick vision to reimagine City Centre and old shopping centre backed by Nottingham City Council

Heatherwick vision to reimagine City Centre and old shopping centre backed by Nottingham City Council

– New Vision re-imagines centre as cities around the world still reeling from devastation of Covid-19 and growth of online retailing – Proposed development set to deliver 6000 jobs, over 400,000 sq ft of commercial and business space and 750 homes – Frame of derelict shopping centre to be retained, reimagined and rewilded into unique […]

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