Nottingham City Council have produced a document setting out its plans for the city over the next 10 years. Called The Land and Planning Document part 2 it will help developers and investors identify sites and the councils intended use for them. Planning officers will also use the document when making decisions on planning applications. The document will outline the kind of development the council wishes to see in different locations, such as office, storage and house building. The council will...Click Here
A new tram route from the new Waterside developments around Meadow Lane will as likely be built. From Meadow Lane the new line will travel to Gedling Borough. This is all part of Nottingham City Councils latest plans for the Cattle Market and surrounding areas. Being based on The Meadow lane area ourselves we have seen various plans come and go in the last 25 years, including one where Meadow Lane was completely removed. The only thing remaining on those plans was The Notts County ground.Click Here
Figures recently released show councils in England made a combined profit of £930 million from parking revenues.Click Here
This is a 7% increase on the previous years £867 million.
Compared to the 2013-14 year revenue is up by over 40%.
£454 million of revenue came from penalties.
Nottingham Councils parking revenue does not include the £9.7 million receipts from the Work Place Levy.
London councils remain the highest earners from these activities.
Work on The Boulevard Wharf Scheme has begun by the Nottingham canal and will open for the 2020/21 academic year.Click Here
With almost 70 furnished studio apartments with en suite bathrooms and high speed internet, this will be high end student living.
As flu levels ramp up, alongside fresh calls for the public to get protected, Public Health England (PHE) has activated the Catch It, Bin It, Kill It campaign, to help prevent the spread of the highly infectious disease.Click Here
England’s top doctors have urged people to protect themselves and their families from flu over the coming week amid warnings that new cases may peak over the busy Christmas period.
While more people over the age of 65 have got their flu jab than this time last year – the ca...
A new housing scheme which would have been one of the largest in the East Midlands will now not go ahead, after plans were withdrawn by developers.Click Here
It ends a 12-year battle by campaigners, who said the development was out of proportion, and that the infrastructure around it would not be able to cope.
It had been planned that a primary school, industrial areas, shops, restaurants and a health centre would all be built, with a new relief road constructed as part of the site.
Known as Mowlands, it...
You have just had the pleasure of being provided a house removal service in Nottingham by Big Red Movers. Now it is time to make the changes you want to make your new house a home. This probably means tradesmen visiting your house.Click Here
The first thing to ask a tradesmen when they arrive at your home? Coffee or tea.
The best way to start a good relationship is by offering a drink to any trade working at your home or work. This will breakdown any conceived barriers between yourselves and get things...
A new leisure and community development has been proposed for Bingham, Notts and could be open by the end of 2021. Plans are being drawn up and consultants are working with Rushcliffe Borough Council and Bingham Town Council. The site would be a mix of commercial and leisure facilities and may include a swimming pool, gym, café, serviced offices and a community hall.Click Here