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It's not too late to have a say on the future of County Hall

Thursday, 28 March 2024

It's not too late for residents, businesses or anyone with an interest, to have their say on future of County Hall in West Bridgford.

This follows the County Council’s decision last summer that it was no longer practical to keep the building as its main base in the long-term. It has been the council’s headquarters since 1946.

An online survey is open until 31 March on the council’s engagement hub:
Copies are also available at all county libraries.

Using all this feedback, the council will then consider the best options for the site throughout this spring. Further public/stakeholder engagement may be required to help take these options to the next stage. More details to be announced in May 2024.

Nottinghamshire County Councillor Keith Girling, Cabinet Member for Economic Development and Asset Management, said:

“The future of this building will have an impact for a lot of people, businesses and organisations – so we will take stock of what everyone has to say.

“Alongside the feedback we get, there will many practical considerations for us to make which include respecting the heritage of the building, what makes best financial sense and making sure whatever decision is made, we aren’t taking any unnecessary risks.

It is planned that the council will move out of County Hall in 2025.

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