It is time to stop hanging things from your rear view mirror. No more sat navs in the middle of your windscreen. It is also time for van drivers to clear all that rubbish from the dashboard (which makes you look amateurish, untidy and probably unreliable).Click Here
Why you ask? Because the police and DVSA (Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency) who have the powers to stop and fine the same as police, are targeting vehicles with anything stuck to the windscreen. Lorry drivers have long since received fine...
Your homes first impression to others is the front door. What colour is yours? Just moved home, what colour would you like it to be? The colour of your door tells visitors what to expect inside, Blue is cool and calming, whilst Yellow is cheerful and optimistic. Your door is not a barrier, but a gateway to your home. A door mat is inviting as well as encouraging guests to wipe their feet before entering.Click Here
Exterior lighting, twin planters and the must have hanging basket all make for a welcoming...
Recent research suggests car owners in Nottingham are 3 times more likely to be victims of vandalism than the national average.Click Here
BMW Audi and Mercedes owners are most at risk, lower end price tag cars fair much better at avoiding unwanted attention.
Most owners do not report vandalism for fear of increased insurance costs the following renewal. Some policies have better vandalism cover than others.
The Government is preparing to order a recall of around half a million Whirlpool tumble dryers.Click Here
In the last decade over 700 fires have been blamed on the dryers.
Whirlpool itself has been criticised for not recalling all the dryers , instead offering a modification service. The government is very unhappy at the "snails pace" the modification has taken place at.
A new development for student bedrooms at York House in Nottingham City Centre (formerly the BBC building) has been announced. It will be part of a towering £50m apartment scheme.Click Here
The project, behind the Intu Victoria Centre, has been expanded from the original plan for 422 beds by an additional 50 beds.
Property website Zoopla has published the most expensive streets to live on in Nottinghamshire with average house prices of over a million pounds.Click Here
The top 5 roads with the highest average property values are -
1. Beeston Fields Drive, Beeston NG9
2. Croft Rd, Edwalton NG12
3. Grange Rd, Edwalton NG12
4. Blidworth Way, Papplewick NG15
5. Church Lane ,Widmerpool NG12
It has been announced that more than 90 new houses will be built in Nottingham on the banks of the River Trent. Trent Bridge Quays development will be built between the city's two football clubs and will comprise of up to 95 townhouses and apartments.Click Here
Great news - Nottingham based Boots the Chemist have today announced that they are replacing their plastic bags with unbleached paper bags. This will remove more than 900 tonnes of plastic from their operations annually. Here at Big Red Movers we champion the environment by using good quality recycled packing boxes for our removals.Click Here