Published: 8th Mar 2021

Nottingham City Council has announced unused offices are being turned into eight new social housing apartments.  The office space, which forms part of the Woodlands apartment blocks in Radford, were previously used by Nottingham City Homes staff, as meeting rooms and general office areas. The now unused offices, which are owned by the local authority, will be converted into eight council apartments, which will go to people on the council house waiting list. There will be six two-bedroom flats and two one-bedroom flats and residents will be able to move in by late summer. Nottingham City Homes, who are carrying out the works, and will manage the flats on behalf of the council, are now on site as work to create the new homes has begun. ‘Due to their original construction, design and location, the offices at the Woodlands in Radford are no longer fit for purpose as offices,’ said … (To read the full article, subscribe below)