It has been another busy year (so far at least) for us all at Big Red Movers. Growth in the domestic moving, commercial moving and storage areas of our business are all good news. In a year that has been tough for many reasons, sensible decision making and continued quality service has kept us on a safe course to growth.Click Here
Our business model has always been recommendation and repeat business. We still have a £zero advertising budget, trusting instead in the "you need Big Red" word of mouth.
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Queen Elizabeth gave a lifetime of unwavering service and dedication to the United Kingdom and Common Wealth. Her presence will be greatly missed.
We shall re open for business as usual on the morning of Tuesday 20th September.
God save the King.
This is really useful thanks to magenta storage.Click Here
Garden sheds can be a great way to free up space in your house and garage. But once your shed starts getting a little full, it’s time to get organised. It’s a tricky space to declutter and sort out though – it’s dark, it’s small, and it’s full of tools.
“So how do I organise a shed?!” we hear you cry. Have no fear – we’ve got you covered with some handy tips and tricks. Read on to find out how to organise a shed.
Organise a s...
Nottingham Guildhall building could be turned into multiple student flats and a food hall which would seat 500 eaters.Click Here
The historic building which was built in 1887 and was once home to the city’s Magistrates court also belonging with the former fire and police stations.
Now developers has submitted plans which could see the historic building be turned into more than 1000 student homes a gym and a food hall.
Nottingham City Council has begun replacing Nottingham’s streetlights with LED versions, improving safety while bringing in annual savings of around £1.5m.Click Here
Nottingham City Council successfully bid for £7m from the Government’s Levelling Up fund, which will be used to replace 34,000 conventional lanterns with LED light sources.
These will use less energy, reduce maintenance costs and will provide the best long-term street lighting for Nottingham.
The replacement programme is being undertake...
Just a stone’s throw from Nottingham city centre, a new neighbourhood is starting to emerge from what was once mainly industrial land.Click Here
A number of new residential developments have already been built in Nottingham’s Waterside, with a steer from the City Council’s planning guidance, which sets out the council’s vision for the area, Now, with approval for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge over the River Trent and a blueprint for further enhancement of the area, more changes are on the h...
Cabinet members on Ashfield District Council will decide next week whether to adopt a wide-ranging masterplan for Hucknall town centre.Click Here
A public consultation was held between April and May this year where residents were able to give their thoughts on the plans before the cabinet gives it their final approval this month.
A transport hub, placed at the centre of the authority’s £20m bid for the Government’s Levelling Up Fund, is also proposed near the railway station to bring more people into...
Work is starting this week to carry out important conservation work to Newark Castle.Click Here
A condition survey was carried out earlier this year identifying necessary repairs to both the internal and external walls and care was then taken in finding a unique and specially trained team able to achieve the improvements.
The £570,000 conservation, funded by Newark and Sherwood District Council, is expected to continue into autumn to ensure that this special building is looked after, both for its own pro...