- 1 What political party runs Nottingham?
- 2 What constituency is Nottingham?
- 3 Who controls Nottinghamshire County Council?
- 4 Who runs Nottingham council?
- 5 Who lived in Wollaton Hall?
- 6 Who are the Nottingham MPS?
- 7 Has Nottingham got a mayor?
- 8 Is Nottingham a county?
- 9 Who is the leader of a council?
- 10 Is Gedling Borough Council open?
- 11 What councils are in Nottinghamshire?
- 12 How do I contact Nottingham City Council?
- 13 Is Nottingham City Council a local authority?
- 14 What is a Tier 2 local authority?
What political party runs Nottingham?
Nottingham City Council is the non-metropolitan district council for the unitary authority of Nottingham in Nottinghamshire. It consists of 55 councillors, representing a total of 20 wards, elected every four years. The council is led by David Mellen, of the majority Labour Party.
What constituency is Nottingham?
Nottingham South (UK Parliament constituency) Nottingham South is a constituency of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, represented since 2010 by Lilian Greenwood of the Labour Party.
Who controls Nottinghamshire County Council?
The current Leader of Nottinghamshire County Council is Councillor Ben Bradley MP.
Who runs Nottingham council?
The Labour Group, with the most number of councillors, currently has control of the council.
Who lived in Wollaton Hall?
Hall, house and home Built in the 1580s, Wollaton Hall has been home to industrialists, barons and Batman: a classic prodigy house dubbed “the architectural sensation of its age”.
Who are the Nottingham MPS?
There are three Members of Parliament for Nottingham, covering the Nottingham East, Nottingham North and Nottingham South constituencies.
- Nadia Whittome MP- Member of Parliament for Nottingham East.
- Alex Norris MP- Member of Parliament for Nottingham North.
- Lilian Greenwood MP- Member of Parliament for Nottingham South.
Has Nottingham got a mayor?
Nottingham City Council – The Lord Mayor of Nottingham The Lord Mayor of Nottingham is Councillor David Trimble.
Is Nottingham a county?
Nottinghamshire, administrative, geographic, and historic county of the East Midlands of England, bordered by the geographic counties of Leicestershire, Derbyshire, and Lincolnshire, and by the metropolitan county of South Yorkshire.
Who is the leader of a council?
The Leader is usually the group leader of the majority political party. The Leader is the political head who often speaks on behalf of the council and provides clear leadership for the council’s strategies.
Is Gedling Borough Council open?
The Civic Centre is open to the public on an appointment only basis, as part of our safety measures. To make an appointment to speak to an advisor please email [email protected] with your name and brief description of what you would like to discuss, or call 0115 901 3901.
What councils are in Nottinghamshire?
There are seven borough/district councils in Nottinghamshire. The councils are:
- Ashfield District Council.
- Bassetlaw District Council.
- Broxtowe District Council.
- Gedling Borough Council.
- Mansfield District Council.
- Newark and Sherwood District Council.
- Rushcliffe Borough Council.
How do I contact Nottingham City Council?
Nottingham City Council – Contact Centres For all other enquiries please call switchboard on 0115 915 5555. Our Customer Hub and contact centres are open from 9am -5pm.
Nottinghamshire has a two-tier system of local government. This means that wherever you live in the county (excluding Nottingham City), services are shared between two, and sometimes three, councils. Nottinghamshire County Council is a first-tier local authority.
In 2-tier areas, each county council area is subdivided into districts, for which there is an independent district council. There are 192 district councils. District councils are responsible for local services such as rubbish collection, housing and planning applications.