Nottingham City Council is a democratic organisation, with 55 Councillors representing electors in the 20 electoral wards in the City of Nottingham.  Nottingham City Council, Loxley House, Station Street Nottingham, NG2 3NG  Telephone: 0115 915 5555

Nottingham City Council is a democratic organisation, with 55 Councillors representing electors in the 20 electoral wards in the City of Nottingham. Nottingham City Council, Loxley House, Station Street Nottingham, NG2 3NG Telephone: 0115 915 5555

Prime #Nottingham city centre mixed-use scheme gets green light  #Building #Economy #Architecture #Economics #Buildingmaterial #Constructionworker #Constructionsite #Construction #Tower #UKconstruction #Future #Development #Brick #UK #England #Jobs

Prime #Nottingham city centre mixed-use scheme gets green light #Building #Economy #Architecture #Economics #Buildingmaterial #Constructionworker #Constructionsite #Construction #Tower #UKconstruction #Future #Development #Brick #UK #England #Jobs

Best Western Bestwood Lodge Hotel Nottingham A former royal hunting estate of King Charles II, this magnificent hotel is set in 700 acres of parkland. Nottingham city centre is just 15 minutes' drive away, and the M1 (J26) is nearby.

Best Western Bestwood Lodge Hotel Nottingham A former royal hunting estate of King Charles II, this magnificent hotel is set in 700 acres of parkland. Nottingham city centre is just 15 minutes' drive away, and the M1 (J26) is nearby.

Thurland Street Tunnel or as its otherwise known, Victoria Street Tunnel and Weekday Cross Tunnel, is a 19 Chains (418 yards) long tunnel originally built by the Great Central Railway to take it from the viaducts at Weekday Cross Junction underneath Nottingham City Centre and out into the site of the former Nottingham

Thurland Street Tunnel or as its otherwise known, Victoria Street Tunnel and Weekday Cross Tunnel, is a 19 Chains (418 yards) long tunnel originally built by the Great Central Railway to take it from the viaducts at Weekday Cross Junction underneath Nottingham City Centre and out into the site of the former Nottingham

PC Tug Wilson in the Old Market Square, Nottingham, 1970s. Long arm of the law: PC Dennis "Tug" Wilson was a familiar sight in Nottingham city centre until the early 1980s.

PC Tug Wilson in the Old Market Square, Nottingham, Long arm of the law: PC Dennis "Tug" Wilson was a familiar sight in Nottingham city centre until the early

Harry talks to members of the public in Nottingham city centre during their first official royal outing this morning

Harry and Meghan thrill the crowds on first royal engagement together

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared countless handshakes, high-fives, hugs and took presents including bags of Haribo sweets from crowds five-deep chanting their names in Nottingham today.

Welcome to The Cross Keys - Real Ale Pub & Restaurant in Nottingham City Centre

Welcome to the Cross Keys in the City of Nottingham Steeped in hundreds of years of history and renovated to the highest standards, one of Nottingham’s finest gems is back to its former glory…

Slab Square: Friday 26th January 2017

Slab Square: Friday 26th January 2017

South Parade: Friday 26th January 2017

South Parade: Friday 26th January 2017

Council House: Friday 26th January 2017

Council House: Friday 26th January 2017

Council House, South Parade: Friday 26th January 2017

Council House, South Parade: Friday 26th January 2017

Aerial view of Nottingham city centre, with the newly built Council House in the middle of the picture, circa 1928.

Aerial view of Nottingham city centre, with the newly built Council House in the middle of the picture, circa

Wheeler Gate: Friday 26th January 2017

Wheeler Gate: Friday 26th January 2017

Thurland Street Tunnel or as its otherwise known, Victoria Street Tunnel and Weekday Cross Tunnel, is a 19 Chains (418 yards) long tunnel originally built by the Great Central Railway to take it from the viaducts at Weekday Cross Junction underneath Nottingham City Centre and out into the site of the former Nottingham

Thurland Street Tunnel or as its otherwise known, Victoria Street Tunnel and Weekday Cross Tunnel, is a 19 Chains (418 yards) long tunnel originally built by the Great Central Railway to take it from the viaducts at Weekday Cross Junction underneath Nottingham City Centre and out into the site of the former Nottingham

Nottingham City Centre January 2018: Near the Rock Cemetery

Nottingham City Centre January 2018: Near the Rock Cemetery

Heavy Snow in Nottingham City Centre - Frozen Britain 2013 - YouTube

Heavy Snow in Nottingham City Centre - Frozen Britain 2013

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