Nottingham City Homes has today announced that it has been listed as one of the Top 30 Sustainable Housing providers in the country by Housing Digital.
The NHS is holding a big weekend of walk-in vaccinations at the Forest Rec this Saturday and Sunday, 12 and 13 June. If you're aged 25 and over, you can go along and have your first dose coronavirus jab without making an appointment.
Residents in 375 flats in Bestwood are set to benefit from additional fire safety measures which will give them further peace of mind that they would be safe in the event of a fire.
Nottingham City Homes and the Village Food Project have teamed up to give freshly prepared Eid meals and treats to Muslim households in temporary accommodation.
Eighty-Three Grade II listed homes in Nottingham are the focus of a new heritage project – looking at the history of the buildings and the people who lived there.
Nottingham on Call had the chance last week to meet virtually with Alex Norris MP last week to talk about our latest innovations and the progress they're making as a service.
Almost 700 homes across Nottingham are set to benefit from state-of-the-art measures that will make them warmer and more energy efficient.
It’s International Women's Day on 8 March, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women's equality.
Nottingham City Homes is working with Nottingham City Council and refuge providers at Central Women’s Aid, Juno Women’s Aid and Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing to support families into these new homes.
A former rough sleeper is planning to set up a catering business once the coronavirus pandemic is over, thanks to an innovative approach to supporting rough sleepers led by Nottingham City Homes.
The children of homeless families in Nottingham are being helped to enjoy Christmas this year by the generosity of staff at Nottingham City Homes.
The government has released its Social Housing White Paper that looks to reset the relationship between social housing landlords, residents and the social housing regulator.
Nottingham City Homes has joined the call on the Government to ensure a national expansion and continued long-term funding of a project that helps to house people living on the streets.
We know that this is a worrying time financially for many people. We will always take a supportive approach to help people with their rent: no-one will lose their tenancy as a result of coronavirus.