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PLANNING REFUSED: Plans to turn Arnold care home into 30-bed HMO refused by Gedling planners.

Proposals to change the use of Ernehale Lodge Nursing Home, Furlong Street, Arnold to a 30-bedroom house in multiple occupation have been refused by Gedling Borough Council.

DECISION MADE: See the latest Gedling borough planning applications to have been decided – w/e 23/2/24

Here is a round-up of the latest plans that the council’s planning officers have now decided 
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PLANNING REFUSED: Plans to turn Arnold care home into 30-bed HMO refused by Gedling planners.

Proposals to change the use of Ernehale Lodge Nursing Home, Furlong Street, Arnold to a 30-bedroom house in multiple occupation have been refused by Gedling Borough Council.

DECISION MADE: See the latest Gedling borough planning applications to have been decided – w/e 23/2/24

Here is a round-up of the latest plans that the council’s planning officers have now decided 

DARTS: Gedling Club extend their lead as challengers falter in round 13

Lowdham & District Village Mens Dart League RESULTS February 21The Gedling Club made no mistake in Woodborough winning 5 - 1 against the second...

Cash prizes and a spot at The Albert Hall up for grabs as Carlton Male Voice Choir’s 25th Annual Music Maker Competition is launched

Nottingham's largest male voice choir, Carlton MVC, has launched its 25th Annual Music Maker Competition.The competition is open to talented performers aged 16-20...

See the latest Gedling borough planning applications – w/e 23/2/24

Here is a round-up of the latest plans that the council’s planning officers will now decide. 

Join the Gedling Eye breaking news and top stories WhatsApp community

Gedling Eye has launched a new WhatsApp community to bring the very latest breaking news and top stories from across the borough to your phone

Ofgem announces big drop in energy bills from April

Energy prices are expected to fall sharply in April, with the regulator Ofgem announcing the price cap will fall to £1,690.

Match Report: Carlton Town FC 5 – 0 Bridlington Town

Carlton Town bounced back in style from a run of three games without a win with a 5-0 thrashing of Bridlington Town at Stoke Lane.

Woodthorpe and Ravenshead roads to be resurfaced in £4m overhaul

Nine new road maintenance schemes were announced yesterday (22) at the County Council’s Full Council meeting.

The Vibe – your guide to what’s going on in Gedling borough (23 February – 29 February)

Never miss a thing in Gedling borough ever again. From theatre to film, live music to art exhibitions, The Vibe is the only guide you need to know what's on and what's happening across the borough...

Plans revealed for new enterprise space in Arnold’s AMP centre

A report has been published by the council revealing that it plans to allocate a significant investment of £655,000 into fitting out the vacant first floor of the

LOOKING BACK: The Carlton street that was turned into a ‘quagmire’ by builder’s bulldozers 59 years ago

Builders were blamed for turning Gardenia Grove into a 'mudbath' back in 1965

Gedling Borough Council slams government funding as it plans to raise council tax by nearly three per cent

The authority has blamed government support, saying it has consistently been one of the lowest-funded councils in the country.

Egg-straordinary goings on in Lambley as chocolate walls start to appear

The Robin Hood Inn in Lambley has started an Easter egg collection to support children's cancer charities.

Animal Search UK is on the hunt for missing cat in Gedling

Animal Search UK's Missing Pet Search Team are out in Gedling today, February 22, on the hunt for the missing cat Portia.

Woodborough on high alert with flood warning issued

The Environment Agency has informed residents in Woodborough to expect flooding as a result of further heavy rainfall expected today

Highest paying supermarkets in Gedling borough revealed – and you could earn up to £12 per hour

Lidl and Aldi have become the highest-paying supermarkets in the borough, as staff members start the year with another pay rise.

Bereaved parents who lose baby before 24 weeks of pregnancy can now get a baby loss certificate to recognise devastating miscarriages

A voluntary scheme for baby loss certificates is being launched by the government to offer greater support to families who experience either an early or late miscarriage.

B&M welcomes first customers as new Arnold store opens its doors

Arnold's brand new B&M store opened its doors on Front Street this morning (21).

Beer fans looking forward to return of Paviors Annual Beer Festival in Arnold

Beer fans are already counting down the days to this year's Paviors Beer Festival, which will take place in Arnold from March 1 to March 3.

Aldi to create 5,000 jobs as expansion plans steam ahead

Aldi has today announced it is to create 5,500 new jobs throughout 2024 as it pushes ahead with expansion plans.

Colwick park and ride ‘saved’ as cash-strapped council reveals outcome of transport consultation

The immediate future of the park and ride at Colwick appears to have been secured after Nottingham City Council revealed the outcome of a consultation

People invited to pay tribute to mothers at Gedling Crematorium

Gedling Crematorium is inviting people to visit to remember and pay tribute to loved ones they have lost in honour of Mother’s Day.

Blow to hard-pressed Gedling borough residents with council tax bills expected to rise this April

Budget papers say Gedling Borough Council expects to continue increasing council tax at the maximum threshold for the next few years

BARGAIN OF THE YEAR: Carlton Male Voice Choir offer an evening’s entertainment for £1

With an estimated 100 performers on stage, it works out at around 1 penny per singer.  Where else could such excellent value for money be had in 2024?
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