Welcome to Gedling

A family with children on their parents back We would like to offer you a warm welcome to the borough of Gedling, home to almost 112,000 people and covering an area of 46.3 sq. miles.

We have put together a collection of links, documents and content on our website to help you settle into the borough.

Gedling Borough is a pleasing mix of towns and rural villages bordering on Sherwood Forest to the north, the river Trent to the south-east and the City of Nottingham to the south-west.

Field in Stoke BardolphAttractions include a wide variety of shopping facilities and a growing restaurant scene, in addition to attractive parks, open countryside and a rang of leisure facilities for those who enjoy an active lifestyle.

The borough is near to the A1 and M1, while mainline rail services and national bus routes are available in nearby Nottingham. Local railway stations are located within Gedling, Newstead, Carlton and Netherfield.

Established in 1974, the Borough of Gedling is home to almost 112,00 people and covers an area of 43.3 sq miles.

Starting Off

So you have just moved into the borough and not too sure where to start, see our list below for some suggestions.

A Little About Us

Gedling is a borough within Nottinghamshire which means Gedling Borough Council and Nottinghamshire County Council will share a range of services.  A brief range of services include:

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Nottinghamshire County

Gedling Guide & Street Plan

Gedling Guide & Street PlanWe have put together a comprehensive street plan that you can now download to help you around the borough.

This include:

You can download the here or visit our Civic Centre to pick up a free copy.

Get in Touch

(0115) 901 3901

Civic Centre
Arnot Hill Park

Full Details & Directions

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