Archive by category Regeneration

Largest development in city gets underway as work starts to clear Island Quarter site

Largest development in city gets underway as work starts to clear Island Quarter site

Plans to transform the former Boots Island site have taken a step forward as the developer behind the scheme begins work to clear the site. Conygar received outline planning permission for the major development in April 2019 and work is now starting to prepare the site, which will be transformed as part of the regeneration […]

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Major restorative works unveil Elizabethan Fireplace at Wollaton Hall

Major restorative works unveil Elizabethan Fireplace at Wollaton Hall

A major restoration project to repair the Long Gallery in the old Insect Room at Wollaton Hall has uncovered an original Elizabethan fireplace, from 1588, obscured from view for over 200 years. The Elizabethan fireplace has been hidden by two fireplaces and an additional wall built in the Regency period. These Regency additions were made […]

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Next phase of award-winning scheme will see over 150 ultra-low energy homes developed in Nottingham

Next phase of award-winning scheme will see over 150 ultra-low energy homes developed in Nottingham

The next phase of a pioneering scheme to turn hard-to-heat council houses in Nottingham into ultra-low energy homes got underway today (Wednesday 23rd January.) Nottingham is the first place in the UK to pilot the ground-breaking whole-house renovation approach known as Energiesprong, with ten homes successfully completed and a further 17 now underway. It formed […]

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Impressive new Central Library plans revealed

Impressive new Central Library plans revealed

New internal images of the proposed new Central Library, including the best children’s library in the country, have been revealed by Nottingham City Council, with the public being offered the chance to offer their views on the plans. The plans and video flythrough for the library reveal the layout and design of the new library, […]

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New plan sets out the shape of things to come for Nottingham

New plan sets out the shape of things to come for Nottingham

A major citywide blueprint for how Nottingham could develop and grow over the next ten years and beyond has been given the green light. An important council document identifying potential sites for development and their uses has been adopted at Nottingham City Council’s Full Council today (Monday 13 January). The Land and Planning Polices Document […]

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Housing Benefit and Council Tax services moving to Loxley House on Monday 13 January

Housing Benefit and Council Tax services moving to Loxley House on Monday 13 January

Nottingham Revenues and Benefits service, which provides support for Housing Benefit and Council Tax currently based at Nottingham Central Library on Angel Row, will move in to the new Customer Hub at Nottingham City Council’s Loxley House on Monday 13 January. They will be joined by Housing Aid, based on Lower Parliament Street, on Monday […]

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Pre-let agreed at new Grade A offices named after British pioneer

Pre-let agreed at new Grade A offices named after British pioneer

Construction is [insert stage of progress here] and two pre-lets are already agreed for the new Grade A office building at Nottingham Science Park. Due to open in February 2020, the striking new building will be named after Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, Britain’s first female doctor, magistrate and mayor, as well as being a member of […]

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