Latest News

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Latest News
  • Broxtowe Part 2 Local Plan Adopted

    18/10/2019 - Following a public examination by an independent Planning Inspector, Broxtowe Borough Council’s Part 2 Local Plan setting out site allocations and development management policies for the next 9 years has been declared ‘sound’.

  • Have Your Say On Broxtowe’s Budget

    16/10/2019 - As Councils across the Country prepare to set their budgets for the year ahead, Broxtowe Borough Council is asking local residents to have their say on how they want their money to be spent.

  • Broxtowe Signs Hate Crime Pledge

    16/10/2019 - Broxtowe Borough Council has signed a new Hate Crime Pledge to mark Hate Crime Awareness Week.

  • Wollaton Couple Fined £20,000 For Planning Offences

    A couple from Wollaton were handed a £20,000 fine after being found guilty of offences under the Town and Country Planning Act. They were also ordered to pay £1,140 prosecution costs and a £260 victim surcharge.

  • Free Trees For Broxtowe Residents

    Five hundred free fruit trees are being made available for residents living in Broxtowe Borough as part of the Council’s Green Futures campaign.

  • Eastwood is in for a Spooktacular treat

    11/10/2019 - Wrap up warm and head down to Coronation Park, Eastwood on Friday 1st November for Eastwood Spooktacular Fireworks, a brand new event brought to you by Eastwood Community Football Club and L Leisure Events. Bring along the whole family for a fantastic evening of fireworks, fire displays, fairground rides, a pumpkin parade and much more.

  • Hands On Half Term

    08/10/2019 - Kick start the October half term with some fantastic hands on children’s workshops at the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum.

  • Be Creepy, Kooky, And Altogether Sensible This Halloween

    04/10/19 - Young people in Broxtowe, along with their parents and carers are being encouraged to make Halloween safe and enjoyable this year, as part of Broxtowe’s ‘No Trick or Treat’ campaign.

  • Golf Day Fundraising On Par With £1,000 For Charity

    Over £1,000 was raised for Trent Cardiac Unit and East Midlands Ambulance Service at a Charity Golf Day hosted by the Mayor of Broxtowe last week.

  • Recycle Week: Nottinghamshire calls upon residents to take recycling into their own hands

    23/09/19 - Nottinghamshire is proud to be taking recycling into its own hands.In the biggest and best Recycle Week ever from the 23rd to 29th September 2019, Veolia (Nottinghamshire County Council’s waste contractor) are supporting the Recycle Now project which is asking residents to take recycling into their own hands and take action to protect our environment.