Road verges across Gedling borough are set to become more 'bee-friendly' with less aggressive verge trimming, more trees planted, and current trees left to grow.
More than 2,000 calls have been received by Nottinghamshire County Council about the changes since they came into effect in April
£126k spent on shelved plan to create Notts ‘super council’ branded a ‘total waste of money’
The plan has been several years in the making, but has now been made official after a spending package was approved
There will be four full-time youth workers, as well as 31 three-hour staffed sessions at youth centres throughout Nottinghamshire.
A multi-million pound extension to Carlton Academy providing 300 new secondary school places has been approved. It will help take the extra pressure for school places expected from the new Teal Close and Chase Farm developments, which will see hundreds of homes built in the area. In recent months, ..."
One of the busiest routes in Nottinghamshire will see six key pinch points upgraded in a multi-million pound scheme. Last year, the Government announced £18 million would be spent on the A614 and the A6097. Described as the “spine of the county” the routes jointly go from the south to the
The care home in Douro Drive will now shut its doors as it is 'no longer fully fit for purpose'
Last week Sam Smith became the youngest councillor on Gedling Borough Council.
"Labour have held the upper hand electorally in recent years, but it’s never far off the top of the Conservative target list."