News stories and press releases from the last month.
15 February 2018
Plastic lined drinks cups can now be recycled alongside tetra pak food and drink cartons at selected bring banks in Rushcliffe.
14 February 2018
The politicians and voters of tomorrow have taken the chance to probe councillors and officers as part of a Pupil Parliament at Rushcliffe Borough Council.
12 February 2018
Rushcliffe Borough Council is consulting on its Draft Off Street Car Parking Strategy 2018-2022.
9 February 2018
Young entrepreneurs from across Rushcliffe have celebrated their achievements over the last year at an awards ceremony highlighting their skills and enthusiasm to be the business owners of tomorrow.
2 February 2018
Thousands of trees are set to be planted across Rushcliffe in the next three years as part of a £50,000 project to ensure sustainable environments in line with the borough’s significant housing and employment growth.
1 February 2018
Rushcliffe Borough Council has welcomed a successful £9.9m bid to a central government grant to fund a new main road through the recently approved Fairham Pastures development.
26 January 2018
Councillors have agreed outline planning permission for up to 3,000 new homes, community facilities and employment land at Fairham Pastures, to the south of Clifton.
24 January 2018
Rushcliffe Borough Council has backed one of its contractors choosing to reduce its use of single use plastics at its base at Rushcliffe Arena.
23 January 2018
Work has begun on the site of Cotgrave’s new Multi Service Centre that will allow residents to access health services, a library, Police and Rushcliffe Borough Council contact point all under one roof.
18 January 2018
Rushcliffe Borough Council and local homeless charity The Friary have praised residents in the borough for their generosity in donating over 10 tonnes of food, clothing and toiletries as part of a recent appeal.
17 January 2018
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Planning Committee will make a long awaited decision about the application for new homes and employment units at Fairham Pastures, previously identified as Land South of Clifton, on Thursday 25 January 2018. This is a key development site identified in Rushcliffe’s Local Plan and part of the requirement to deliver 13,500 new homes in the Borough over the next ten years.
12 January 2018
On 15 February 2018, we will update our online payments system. This means that we no longer support old operating systems and web browsers and you will need to upgrade if you want to continue making payments to the Council online.
21 December 2017
Residents in Rushcliffe are being reminded to ‘leave a light on’ to deter burglars after work by volunteers, Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Community Safety team and Nottinghamshire Police.
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.
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.