Work is set to begin on another phase of new homes at a major development in Edwalton, after detailed plans were given the go-ahead by the local authority.Click Here
Vistry Mercia is to build a further 120 new homes at Edwalton Fields, off Melton Road, after Rushcliffe Borough Council approved its detailed planning application.
Vistry is to build these new homes as another phase of its Bovis Homes development at Edwalton Fields, where it has already delivered a range of two to five-bedroom homes.
Rushcliffe Borough Council has agreed to a loan of up to £250,000 to help fund a new sports pavilion in East Leake.Click Here
The building will offer a contemporary new facility for the village and surrounding area’s sports teams and function room for community use.
The authority’s Cabinet approved the sum to East Leake Parish Council at its meeting on May 10 that will now help complete the ongoing project to modernise facilities for the new building at Costock Road Playing Fields in the village.
Nottingham City Council has announced plans for the £10.5m fit-out of the city’s new Central Library and for it to be ready to open to the public next summer.Click Here
The new library, spread over three floors and fully accessible via lifts, will feature a high-quality children’s library with an immersive story telling room, extensive book collection and comfortable areas to sit and read.
The new library building is surrounded by transformed streets, with extensive pedestrianisation, planting and se...
Plans to build as many as 200 homes on farmland in Nottinghamshire have been deferred over concerns with two of the proposed houses.Click Here
The development, on Blidworth Lane in Rainworth, has already been granted outline planning permission, meaning the homes have been agreed upon in principle.
The original proposal could lead to 200 properties built on the farmland, with 10 per cent or 20 of the homes to be marketed as ‘affordable’.
However, some councillors asked whether the development could be...
Major plans to transform derelict land include an 18-storey hotel are set to be granted planning permission.Click Here
Developers plan to create a mixed-use commercial development on the site just off London Road including the building of a large hotel, apartments, office space and retail units.
The proposed development would include a 223-room hotel and roof terrace; 247 build-to-rent apartments with a podium roof terrace; co-working office space and associated facilities; ground floor car and cycle park...
Works at the new luxury residential development The Yacht Club, situated on the banks of the River Trent between Colwick and West Bridgford, continue to progress well with first completions afoot and residents set to be welcomed to their new homes very soon.Click Here
the 81-home waterfront scheme – which will be known by residents as Yacht Club Place – is located off the secluded Trent Lane, with Colwick Country Park and Nottingham Racecourse to the East and Lady Bay Bridge to the West, in an area t...
The view along the Trent is changing. Places of work are being demolished to build homes. Your opinion on this may differ to others. For our selves we see the slow march of demolition and new build apartments getting bigger and bigger on our horizon. We will ourselves be forced to move in the future to make way for more apartments. This author has been saying for 20 years that “They keep knocking down commercial buildings to construct homes, soon no one will have any where to work!”Click Here
With many people worrying about the cost of energy and the uncertainty of supply, even more so now Putin has lost the plot! Is it time to consider Solar energy in your home?Click Here
So, if you’re a home owner looking to reduce your energy bills, indeed looking for free electricity. Would you like to be paid for supplying electricity to the Grid?! Also reduce your fossil fuel usage. Then it is time to get what is normally a free quotation for supply and installation of solar panels.
Considered to be re...