Monthly Archives: May 2014

Struggling East Midlands pubs saved by award winning scheme

TWENTY-NINE struggling, closed down and derelict pubs have been saved across the East Midlands thanks to an innovative scheme.

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Cables fitted to Nottingham’s new tram bridge

Councillor Jane Urquhart helps to weld the final piece of  tram track in place which links our existing tramline with two new lines to Chilwell and Clifton.

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Leicester Market: New Food Hall Opens to Public

Sizzling dishes, tasty tipples and live music made a treat for all of the senses as Leicester’s new market food hall opened its doors to shoppers for the first time.

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Community action in Stapleford to tackle anti-social behaviour

Stapleford has been chosen to launch a county wide scheme to tackle anti-social behaviour and also improve safety.

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Lives at risk as Nottinghamshire Fire Service faces more cuts

Proposals that could see six of Nottinghamshire’s fire stations’ services reduced to just one fire engine will put the public’s lives at risk, according to fire fighters.

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Help to Buy: Mortgage scheme faces criticism

The government’s Help to Buy Scheme may need revision after concerns that Britain’s housing market will not be able to keep up with demand and mortgages will be defaulted.

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Betting shops: new legislation imposes restrictions

Councils in England are to get stronger powers to prevent bookmakers and betting shops taking over city centres at the expense of other businesses.

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