News stories and press releases from the last month.
13 December 2017
Children at a school farm have welcomed new pigs to sty-lish surroundings thanks to Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Community Support Scheme and Arch Communications.
11 December 2017
Rushcliffe Borough Council will aim to lead by example to local businesses and residents by reviewing single use plastic usage across its services.
4 December 2017
Thousands of people descended on Central Avenue and Gordon Square on Saturday (2 December) for the West Bridgford Christmas lights switch on.
28 November 2017
West Bridgford will welcome future entrepreneurs and business moguls from across Europe as they join young people from the UK in testing their business ideas and selling skills at the West Bridgford Christmas Market and Christmas Lights Switch On.
23 November 2017
The Rushcliffe Sports Awards celebrated its 13th year on November 22 with a glittering showcase of achievements of the borough’s sports people.
22 November 2017
The Mayor of Rushcliffe and Nottinghamshire County Council toasted Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club’s momentous season on 21 November with a special civic reception at Trent Bridge.
17 November 2017
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Deputy Leader has voiced her concerns over plans to swallow the authority into a unified metropolitan area across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
17 November 2017
West Bridgford Growth Board has thanked independent commissioners for their findings on ways to further boost the town’s economy.
16 November 2017
Independent Commissioners have published a report to assist the West Bridgford Growth Board’s efforts to drive the economy in its town centre.
Mick Burrows, Kim Cassidy and Tim Richmond OBE, three independent Commissioners appointed by the Board, have released six key themes that focus on ways the Board could enhance the town centre’s retail and leisure offer through a more integrated and future proofed approach.
15 November 2017
Rushcliffe Country Park’s yin and yang appears to be in perfect harmony with a Tai Chi class taught at the open space scooping a national award.
13 November 2017
Entries for Rushcliffe 10k, Fun Run and its new 5k are now open!
3 November 2017
Inspiring speakers ensured Rushcliffe’s biggest annual business event proved as popular as ever on Wednesday (November 1) to hundreds of businesses from across the region.
27 October 2017
Rushcliffe Borough Council would like to reassure users of Rushcliffe licenced taxi cabs that they are safe to use and there is no evidence to suggest otherwise despite claims made in the Nottingham Post this morning.
20 October 2017
Yesterday, Thursday 19 October, the residents of Radcliffe on Trent had the opportunity to make their views known in a referendum on their Neighbourhood Plan. Of those that braved the very wet weather, 91% voted to support the Plan and this now becomes an official part of the Borough Council’s planning process.
20 October 2017
The result of the referendum was in favour of the Neighbourhood Plan being use to help decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area.
18 October 2017
Rushcliffe Borough Council is calling for future improvements to be made to East Midlands Trains to benefit local communities – including, once again, seeking central Government commitment to increasing the number of trains stopping at Bingham and Radcliffe-on-Trent stations from hourly to every 30 minutes at peak times to support residents and business alike. These calls are in response to a consultation by the Department of Transport to help shape long-term improvements to the East Midlands rail franchise.
17 October 2017
Today, Rushcliffe Borough Council and partners marked the official opening of fifteen new employment units in Cotgrave. This development is part of the wider regeneration of Cotgrave and was made possible with the help of Growth Deal Funding from D2N2 LEP which was secured by Rushcliffe Borough Council in 2015.
13 October 2017
Valid requests have been received by the Returning Officer for an election to take place to fill the two vacancies to the Bingham West Ward and the one vacancy to the Bingham East Ward of Bingham Town Council.
12 October 2017
This week sees the start of an eight-week consultation on the second part of Rushcliffe’s Local Plan. Whereas Local Plan Part 1 identified where all the big new housing developments would be, Local Plan Part 2 identifies possible sites for 2,500 new homes within existing towns and villages in the Borough, as well as policies on the green belt, employment, retail, open spaces, and nature conservation.
12 October 2017
1,050 new homes in Bingham are a step closer now Rushcliffe has received an application from Barratt Homes for the first 317 homes.