Giving for Gedling Food Bank Appeal launched to raise £20,000
The Government has decided that the whole of Nottinghamshire will move to Tier 4 restrictions.
Council Leader urges residents and businesses to stay safe following a rise in cases in Gedling
Gedling Borough Council is launching a survey to get the views of young people in the borough.
Over 600 families will receive special food and Christmas parcels thanks to council campaign success and the generosity of residents across Gedling Borough who donated to the campaign.
A popular play area in Killisick will have a £100,000 refurbishment thanks to external funding.
The Mayor of Gedling, Councillor Sandra Barnes, has wished everyone a safe Christmas as she switched on the borough’s Christmas lights alongside the Youth Mayor.
Druids car park in Arnold has been selected for a Local Testing Site (LTS) by local public health leaders
Work has been completed on a new outdoor seating area at Gedling Country Park.
Gedling Borough Council is launching its popular free bulky waste collection scheme this week.
Newly released figures have shown a 55% decrease in the number of coronavirus cases in Gedling Borough since the peak of the second wave in late October.
Gedling Borough Council has reached its target of raising £10,000 to provide food to families who are eligible for free school meals during half term.
Gedling Borough Council is launching a consultation on its new Equality and Diversity Policy and is inviting residents to have their say.
QR codes on vehicle plates and drivers badges make it easy to verify that licences are genuine and valid.
Officers from Gedling Borough Council have secured a closure order on a business in Gedling following a number of breaches related to covid regulations.
The Government has announced a second wave of Business Support to provide cash grants for businesses that have been affected when entering Tier 2, Tier 3 and National Lockdown restrictions.
Gedling Borough Council is launching a new Armed Forces gym membership that will offer free gym access to residents who are part of our Armed Forces.
The Pride of Gedling Awards, now in its sixth year, celebrates the outstanding work from people, businesses and communities across Gedling Borough.
All nine councils have now agreed that Nottingham and Nottinghamshire should move together into Tier 3 restrictions for the city and the county following discussions between Government and Council Leaders.
We appreciate that our communities and businesses are awaiting clarity and certainty about how the Tier 3 measures will impact on them.
Nottingham, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe Council areas are set to move to
Tier 3 Covid-19 restrictions
We can confirm that talks are continuing between government and the council leaders of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe and that those discussions have been constructive
Gedling Borough Council has invested £17k on the new equipment.
From today, Covid Marshals will be out on the streets of Gedling to provide support and advice for residents and businesses.
A joint operation with Gedling Borough Council, Nottinghamshire Police and neighbouring local authorities to stop and check local taxi drivers has been a success.
Yesterday, Gedling Country Park, Arnot Hill Park, Burton Road Jubilee Park and for the first time, Bestwood Country Park, joined a record number of parks and green spaces collecting a Green Flag Award.
Gedling Borough Council is launching a consultation to expand a scheme that gives them powers to make privately rented homes better for people to live in.
New multi-use games area and table tennis tables planned for Onchan Park, Carlton, thanks to external funding.
A report will be presented to Cabinet members to bring to life plans for a new 3.5 kilometre greenway from Netherfield to Gedling Country Park.
Calverton swimming pool to reopen following £50,000 refurbishment
Plans show how the town centre will be revitalised thanks to large investment.
Gedling Borough Council is urging landlords and tenants to contact them if they are having problems with rent payments.
Gedling Borough Council is launching a range of activities with Nottingham Forest Football Club
Conway Road Recreation Ground, Carlton, will benefit from a brand new children’s play area thanks to external funding.
Gedling Borough Council is launching a new campaign to create a permanent tribute to our NHS, carers and key workers.
The Breck Hill Park in Woodthorpe will be improved thanks to funding from FCC Communities foundation
We are reopening our leisure centres, including gyms, group exercise classes and some of our swimming pools from Saturday 25 July
The platforms feature wheelchair and pushchair accessible ramps to ensure that they are as accessible to as many visitors as possible.
Following the latest government guidance, all sites will reopen this weekend.
Residents and businesses will be able to visit the offices to speak to advisers on appointment only basis
The Bonington will be screening films from Saturday with a new look seating plan and reduced capacity.
Mike Hill, who is currently the Acting Chief Executive, will be officially appointed, subject to Full Council approval, on 15 July.
Gedling Borough Council will be visiting shop owners and businesses across the borough’s towns and high streets this week
Households who are struggling to pay their council tax can apply for financial help from the council.
As part of Volunteers Week, Gedling Borough Council wants to say thank you to the 500 volunteers who have offered to help residents
From 15 June, motorists will be required to display a ticket in Council managed car parks with the first two hours remaining free of charge.
Since the Covid-19 lockdown period began, only stalls selling essential items have been allowed to remain open.
Local market traders, charities and small and micro businesses can apply for up to £25,000 grant.
Council humanitarian response helps 800 households during coronavirus pandemic
Council is beginning work on an economic bounce-back plan to support local businesses and the wider economy.
Gedling Borough Council has restarted large bulky waste collections from today.
Council to open all public car parks from tomorrow (Thursday 14 May)
100s of businesses in the borough have yet to claim business grants from Gedling Borough Council in response to the Coronavirus outbreak
Gedling Borough Council welcomes cash boost from Government in response to letter to Prime Minster
Gedling Borough Council is to reinstate glass collections across the borough from Saturday.
Gedling Borough Council purchased the former market site in Arnold back in 2018.
Council to light up Humanitarian Centre blue in honour of NHS, carers and key workers
Council launches Council Tax Hardship Fund to support families affected by coronavirus outbreak
Gedling residents raise £20,000 for local food banks in just 48 hours
Businesses to start receiving support grants totalling £18 million in next few days
A new ‘super food bank’ humanitarian centre is to be opened at Richard Herrod Centre, Carlton to help local food banks
Gedling Borough Council is to suspend all car parking charges with immediate effect.
Gedling Borough Council to suspend glass and bulky waste collections to focus on residual and recycling collections
Gedling Borough Council is to close several of its car parks from today to reduce the spread of the coronavirus
Council to close children’s play areas, cafes and public toilets in bid to slow spreading of Coronavirus
The decision follows Government advice which asks the public to take appropriate measures to avoid gatherings and unnecessary travel.
Today the Leader, Deputy Leader and Chief Executive of the council established a Local Emergency Response Committee.
CCTV camera installed near a busy Arnold road to reduce anti-social behaviour
Councillors have approved continuation of a Council Tax Scheme that protects the borough’s working age families on low incomes.
Gedling Borough Council has announced a consultation on proposals to develop Arnold Market Place.
Gedling Borough Council is teaming up with over 25 employers from across the region.
Work on new £40 million road officialy starts
Community centre to be handed to residents who fought to save it from closure
Gedling borough good causes are being encouraged to sign up to benefit from the Gedling Borough Council’s new lottery, Gedling Lotto
Towns and villages in Gedling are benefiting thanks to the installation of new bins and the popularity of free bulky waste collections.
£40,000 grant will be used to launch an enforcement project targeting rogue landlords.
Chief Executive of Gedling Borough Council, Karen Bradford, has secured a new role as Chief Executive of South Kesteven District Council