Monthly Archive: March

There’s lots of Easter half term fun for families in Nottingham

There’s lots of Easter half term fun for families in Nottingham

There are plenty of Easter themed events to keep families and children of all ages active and entertained over the Easter school holidays. On Sunday 17 April, families can get free entry to Nottingham Castle and Newstead Abbey. Visitors will be able to enjoy the surrounding gardens and parkland, explore the buildings, discover exhibits and […]

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City Council keeping Nottingham citizens satisfied

City Council keeping Nottingham citizens satisfied

Most Nottingham residents continue to be satisfied with the way the City Council runs things and believe the council provides value for money, according to the latest research.   The Citizens’ Survey 2015 shows overall satisfaction with the council stands at 71%, while 62% agree that the council provides value for money.   Satisfaction with […]

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Hundreds of tenants benefit from Nottingham burglary reduction project.

Hundreds of tenants benefit from Nottingham burglary reduction project.

Nottingham City Council’s burglary reduction project has helped make 136 rented homes in the city safer since it started just over 18 months ago. This has been achieved by not only making security improvements but also uncovering a range of problems from damp to fire hazards. The council set up the project in August 2014 […]

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Progressing the Western Cycle superhighway

Progressing the Western Cycle superhighway

Work to build the city’s new cycle superhighway ‘Western Corridor’ Section 1 from Palatine Street to Haslam Street continues it’s next phase on Tuesday March 29 and will be completed by May 6 2016. The Nottingham Cycle City Ambition Programme (NCCAP) is funded by the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership, which approved the £6.1m funding on […]

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Paving the way for a better Byard Lane

Paving the way for a better Byard Lane

A busy city centre route is to have its paving upgraded from next week. Nottingham City Council’s Highway Services will carry out improvement works on Byard Lane – a pedestrianised street which links Bridlesmithgate with Fletchergate and the Lace Market. The work will involve replacing the existing slabs with high quality riven York Stone paving. […]

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