Set in the beautiful borough of Gedling, home to almost 112,000 people and covering an area of 46.3 sq. miles, sits Gedling Borough Council.
Love Parks Week returns to Arnot Hill Park this year and there will be tons of fun for all the family!
Bring your bike and get it checked over by Dr Bike. Face painting and arts and crafts, Drumming workshops, Extreme Wheels Climbing Wall, Maypole Goodtime Band, Willow Weaving, Sports activities, Smoothie bikes and loads moreFriday 25 July 1-4pm at Arnold Hill ParkFree Event
A programme of respectful and thought provoking events and activities for all ages throughout Gedling Borough to commemorate the centenary of the First World War from May to October 2014.
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a new levy that local authorities can choose to charge on new developments in their area. The money can be used to fund a wide range of infrastructure that is needed as a result of development
Following a public examination by an independent Planning Inspector the strategic development plans setting out proposals for the next 15 years in Broxtowe, Gedling and Nottingham have been declared ‘sound’.
The Planning Inspector examining Gedling Borough Council’s Aligned Core Strategy has now issued her report giving the strategy the go ahead, concluding that it is sound and a suitable foundation for the planning of the area over the next 14 years.
Papplewick Parish Council, Gedling Play Forum and Gedling Borough Council are again hosting a free fun packed afternoon with games, activities and arts & crafts for all ages and abilities.
A free event hosted by Calverton Parish Council, Gedling Borough Council and Gedling Play Forum