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Robin Hood Energy

Robin Hood Energy undercuts competitors with new pay-as-you-go tariff

In anticipation of the start of a colder snap, the countrys first local authority-owned, licensed energy supplier, Robin Hood Energy, has launched a new prepayment tariff, Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG).

PAYG is one of the cheapest prepayment tariffs available on the market today. It is 77.65 cheaper than British Gass cheapest dual fuel medium user tariff and 125.23 cheaper than British Gass duel fuel economy 7 meter tariff.* PAYG is available to customers in England, Scotland and Wales.

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>>Get a quote from Robin Hood Energy

Robin Hood Energy is a not for profit company owned by Nottingham City Council


Proposals for transformation of Nottinghams Broadmarsh area on display

Nottingham City Councils wide-ranging plans to dramatically transform and regenerate the Broadmarsh area of Nottingham city centre, which were unveiled last week, are now on display in Lister Gate Square in intu Broadmarsh.

The proposals, including four possible designs for the Collin Street public space, will be on display until Tuesday 22 December.

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>>Visit the Broadmarsh Redevelopment web page

Council House

Pay to Stay rents plan will bring more poverty says City Council

Plans to make higher earning families pay more for their council homes could lead to more rent arrears, more evictions and families doing without basic living essentials, Nottingham City Council has warned.

The Government proposals Pay to Stay: Fairer Rent in Social Housing could mean that households with an annual income of more than 30,000 would have to pay rents close to market level for council or housing association homes.

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Baby sleeps

Parents reminded about Safer Sleep for babies this Christmas

Officials at Nottinghamshire County and Nottingham City councils have teamed up with the Lullaby Trust to remind families that risks increase significantly at this time of the year as routines change.

Across the country, 290 babies die suddenly and unexpectedly every year and many of these tragic events could be prevented if all parents followed evidence-based, safer sleep advice. In Nottingham City and across the county since 2009, 35 babies have died where unsafe sleeping has been a factor.

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News in Brief

>>Council welcomes Arriva as the new Northern Rail Franchise operator

>>Actress, Vicky McClure, Recognised With Tram Honour

>>Students visited Council House to learn about career in public sector

FREE Christmas Fun Day this Saturday 12 December

Woodthorpe Plant Shop, Sherwood, NG5 4HA - 9:30am - 3:30pm

  • Buy your Christmas tree from our new plant shop
  • Craft and gift stalls
  • Notts Performing Arts Red Hot Band playing from 2pm to 3pm
  • Visit Santa
  • FREE samples of marshmallows and chestnuts
  • Refreshments
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Latest Bulletins:

>>Age Friendly Nottingham Bulletin  2015 Christmas Special

>>Friday 11/12/2015: Gritting and Weather Update - AMBER Status

>>Nottingham Jobs Newsletter - Issue 7

>>Castle Transformation: Save up to 18 on entry to the Castle this weekend - Enjoy the Christmas Fair

>>New Fostering Campaign launched - more carers urgently needed

>>East Midlands Devolution - What does it mean for your business?

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