Saint-Gobain Formula wants to expand Bantycock Quarry, south of Newark.
The building is to be sold by SDL Auctions with a guide price of over £240,000
An outline planning application has been submitted for a £30m distribution complex on edge of Newark.
An application has been made to convert the former village pub into a house.
A return to 'Crime and Diva' is not planned, wanted or envisioned, says applicant in today's licensing hearing.
The Greater Nottingham Strategic Plan proposes the build of up to 5,000 homes to create a garden village between Elton-on-the-Hill and Orston.
An application has been submitted for a motorway services-type development at Fernwood.
This week's Nottingham Magistrates' Court listings have been released.
A decision on the future of Newark’s historic Corn Exchange will be made this week.
Changes have been made to the pedestrianisation of a street after residents were harangued for driving to and from their homes.
A proposal for 322 homes on the Flowserve site in Balderton would bring more problems that it would solve, a planning committee was told.
Newark and Sherwood District councillor Laurence Goff has written to Nottinghamshire County Council over the long-standing issue.
Charles Lawrence, former chairman of the Charles Lawrence Group, has worked for seven years as a director with the organisation.
Coaches from Nottingham Forest Community Trust put on a number of football-related activities on Coronation Street Playing Fields, Balderton.
A family-run firm is bringing its ethically-sourced and fair trade products to the historic town centre building this month.
King Street residents in Southwell said they were endlessly being confronted aggressively in the road by locals when driving to access their homes.
The land has been inspected to ensure any unacceptable breaches of planning control are responded to.
The application would have seen sustainable wigwam campsite created for horse riders and tourists.
A woman who went shopping in Newark thought how nice it was that two hours of free parking was on offer — only to get a fine.
Schools in Nottinghamshire excluded pupils for racist bullying on dozens of occasions last year, new figures reveal.