Public Health Directors for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire urge people to stick to the roadmap as some restrictions change on Monday 29 March.Click Here
Alison Challenger, Public Health Director for Nottingham city said: – ‘My message to the public is stay with the roadmap, we simply can’t rush it we are seeing new cases of coronavirus plateau.
‘We are not seeing a decline across the area that we would like to see – if people relax to much rates will go up – of course we are testing in scho...
East Midlands Development Corporation plans submitted to Government – could bring more than 80,000 jobs to the area and add nearly £5 billion to the economyClick Here
Situated on a site the size of three London Olympic Parks which could support the creation of over 80,000 jobs and nearly as much as £5 billion in added value to the Midlands economy, the East Midlands Development Corporation celebrated a milestone by submitting its business case to the Treasury this month.
Covid update: Nottinghamshire vaccinates 65,000 in a week – a new record but supplies are short and eligible cohorts urged to get their jabClick Here
Amanda Sullivan representing Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG updated and answered question from the media at a briefing today.
‘The vaccination programme is going really well locally – 471,352 have been carried out vaccinations carried out – 65,000 in one week which is a new record.
‘Vaccine supply issues are expected from 29 March...
Nottingham City Transport is celebrating after winning the Environmental Improvement Award at The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) Awards for Excellence last night (17th March 2021).Click Here
The virtual awards celebrated and honoured the very best individuals and organisations who have played a part in delivering logistics and transport during the last 12 months.
Following a record-breaking £42m investment in low-emission vehicles since 2017, the Environmental Improvement Award...
Fire crews are still attending the site of Stanton Recycling in Ilkeston where a fire broke out last night.Click Here
At one point crews from Derby, Stapleford, Nottingham and Leicester were all at the scene.
Residents as far as Bilborough and Strelley were advised to keep windows shut.
We are now open!Click Here
Due to the latest government announcement , and following careful safety guidelines we will be undertaking removals again. We are happy to take calls and emails to arrange quotations and give advice in the meantime.
The safety of our customers and staff is always our main priority so we will be taking strict measures with PPE and social distancing to minimise any risks during this uncertain period.
Just off the A46 in Nottingham lies Cropwell Bishop – civil parish full ofClick Here
charm, character and of course….cheese!
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Nottingham City Centre, sit’s The Old Stackyard, the latest development from Hoxston.
Known for their design-led new builds, that offer an alternative to the standard
product offered by larger house builders – The Old Stackyard is no exception.
Thoughtfully and sympathetically considered in the context of its picturesque village
Sadly another casualty of Covid 19 is the popular local Christmas lights display at a house in Laurel Crescent, Nuthall, Nottingham.Click Here
This popular event has raised £168,000 over the last 17 years for charity and has become a Christmas tradition for many local people. The Swift family, who decorate their house with 135 different sets of lights have made the decision to cancel this years display over concerns for public safety. Last year drew 35,000 visitors with over 2,000 on opening night alone....