- 1 Who runs Nottinghamshire County Council?
- 2 Is Nottingham City Council a local authority?
- 3 Who is David Mellon?
- 4 Who is the head of Nottingham City Homes?
- 5 Who is the leader of a council?
- 6 Is Gedling Borough Council open?
- 7 Is Nottingham a nice place to live?
- 8 Is Nottingham posh?
- 9 How do I contact Nottingham City Council?
- 10 Who is the chief executive of Nottingham City Council?
- 11 Who owns Nottingham City Homes?
- 12 How many employees does Nottingham City Homes have?
- 13 How many houses are there in Nottingham?
Who runs Nottinghamshire County Council?
The current Leader of Nottinghamshire County Council is Councillor Ben Bradley MP.
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.
Who is David Mellon?
Councillor David Mellen is the Leader of the Nottingham City Council and has represented Dales Ward for the past 12 years. A former teacher and Headteacher, he started teaching at the former Jesse Boot school in Bakersfield. He is the current portfolio holder for Regeneration, Safety, and Communications.
Who is the head of Nottingham City Homes?
Nick Murphy – Chief Executive – Nottingham City Homes | LinkedIn.
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.
Is Nottingham a nice place to live?
It’s by far the nicest city in the Midlands. Nottingham does have a lot of council estates, most of which are pretty dodgy, but it does also have nice areas, most of which are not actually in the City of Nottingham, but in surrounding boroughs which many of it’s suburbs are situated.
Is Nottingham posh?
Anywhere south of the river or rushcliffe can be considered posh, very affluent area with high achieving schools, and Nottingham Forest based there. Nottingham itself the defiantly the Park is posh. Mapperley Park, The Park, Edwalton, Wollaton, West & East Bridgford. Lots of the little villages around Nottinghamshire.
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.
Who is the chief executive of Nottingham City Council?
Nottingham City Council’s reputation collapsed amid the Robin Hood Energy fiasco but its chief executive Mel Barrett insists much of its work is sector-leading.
Who owns Nottingham City Homes?
We’re an arms’ length management organisation (ALMO) of Nottingham City Council – that means that the council owns the homes, and we manage them on its behalf, under the governance of a Board made up of councillors, tenants and leaseholders, and independent and co-opted members.
How many employees does Nottingham City Homes have?
Our goals are: • To be a first class housing organisation in the eyes of our tenants and leaseholders • To be a major player in the transformation of neighbourhoods • To be a great place to work, widely respected as a first class organisation • To generate new business, securing additional income to reinvest in
How many houses are there in Nottingham?
The statistics show that there were 9,629 student-only houses and flats in Nottingham at the last count in May 2018. That was around 2,500 more than in May 2017 – and nearly twice as many as the 5,464 counted in May 2009, when these figures first began.