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Nottingham Heritage Strategy 2015-2030

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 26/03/2015
Description

Nottingham has a distinct sense of `place'. It's somewhere different, somewhere special and, for those who live in the city, somewhere local. The diversity of the city's heritage is its strength, and its history of growth, adaptation and development has helped establish a cultural destination and an economic centre where people can invest with confidence. Over the next fifteen years Nottingham and its heritage will face a number of challenges. The Nottingham Plan sets the direction to transform the city into a safer, greener, healthier and more prosperous place. Our heritage has a central role to play in delivering these aspirations, helping to raise the standard of living and promote the city as an international cultural destination and place to do business.

Places: Nottingham City

Nottingham City Statement of Licencing Policy 2014

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 01/11/2013
Description

This document sets out the proposals for the determination of applications and related matters in respect of the Licensing Act 2003.

Places: Other

Broxtowe Borough Sustainable Community Strategy 2010-2020

  • Report
  • published by Other on 18/04/2012
Description

The Sustainable Community Strategy 2010 - 2020 was created by the Broxtowe Partnership following consultation with local people to set out a long term vision for the Borough. The Broxtowe Borough Partnership brings together many different organisations to work together for the good of Broxtowe. Through consultation with residents, businesses, statutory organisations and voluntary and community groups, the Partnership has developed a Sustainable Community Strategy that seeks to reflect the needs and address the issues and concerns that affect the local community. The broad aim of the plan is to enhance the quality of life in Broxtowe.

Places: Broxtowe Borough

Regional Economic Strategy 2006-20 (East Midlands)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/01/2006
Description

The Regional Economic Strategy sets out the Regional Development Agency's vision and aspirations to 2020. The Strategy focuses on the key economic drivers of the region:- Skills- Innovation- Enterprise- Investment. The vision for the RES is underpinned by three main themes; raising productivity, ensuring sustainability and achieving equality. The 10 strategic priorities in the RES are outlined below: Employment, learning and skills: - To move more people into better jobs in growing businesses. - Enterprise and business support: To become a region of highly productive, globally competitive businesses. Innovation: - To develop a dynamic region founded upon innovative and knowledge focused businesses competing successfully in a global economy. Transport and logistics: - To improve the quality of regional infrastructure to enable better connectivity within and outside the region. Energy and resources: - To transform the way we use resources and use and generate energy to ensure a sustainable economy, a high quality environment and lessen the impact of climate change. - To protect and enhance the region's environment through sustainable economic growth. Land and development: - To ensure that the quality and supply of development land, and balance between competing land uses, contributes towards sustainable growth of the regional economy. Cohesive communities: - To increase life chances for all leading to stronger and more cohesive communities, a dynamic society and stronger economy. Economic renewal: - To ensure all people and communities have the opportunity to create new and sustainable economic futures. Economic inclusion: - To help overcome the barriers, or market failures, that prevent people from participating fully in the regional and local economy.

Places: Other

Rushcliffe Sustainable Community Strategy 2009 - 26

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/01/2005
Description

The strategy sets out the Rushcliffe Community Partnership vision for improving conditions in Rushcliffe under the following five themes: Protecting and improving our environment, Supporting the local economy, Building strong communities, Making communities safer, Helping people to live healthy lives.

Places: Rushcliffe Borough

Mansfield District Council Corporate Plan 2009 - 2019

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/01/2005
Description

The District Council has the vision of creating a more positive image of the District to develop people, businesses and investment in the area. Another aim is to improve confidence, pride and dignity so that everyone can enjoy a good quality of life in their neighbourhoods. To achieve the vision over the next 10 years it is vital to: Reduce crime and disorder; Ensure decent homes for all; Revitalise our District, town centres and neighbourhoods; Develop a high quality, clean and pleasant environment; and, Ensure effective leadership and management.

Places: Mansfield District