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Christmas Tree Recycling
If you would like your Christmas Tree taken away for recycling by Kents Services at the end of the festive period please contact the Park Estate Office. Tags can be purchased for a minimum donation of £5 with all proceeds going to the The Nottingham Park Conservation Trust.
Tie the tag to your tree and leave outside your property on the 5th January 2015.
Park Estate Office - Christmas Opening Hours
Please note, the Estate Office will have reduced opening hours in Christmas week (see below), and will be closed from over the Christmas / New Year period, re-opening Mon 5th January.
Mon 22 Dec OPEN 8.00 am – 4.00 pm
Tues 23 Dec OPEN 8.00 am – 4.00 pm
Wed 24 Dec OPEN Christmas Eve 8.00 am – 12 Noon
Thurs 25 Dec - Fri 2nd Jan CLOSED
From Mon 5th Jan, normal hours will resume: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 8am - 4pm
Proposed new Parking Regulations
The NPEL Board are proposing a new package of measures to deal with the problems of parking congestion in some areas of The Park.
Following on from our recent communications, and meeting with Members, we have collated feedback and can now advise that the next step in consultation is an online survey, where we would like to obtain residents' detailed opinions on the proposed new Parking Regulations. Read full news item ...
The proposed new Regulations are downloadable here, as well as a discussion document, which gives an overview of the amendments.
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Welcome to the Nottingham Park Estate Website
Nottingham Park Estate Limited (NPEL) was formed in 1985 essentially to maintain and improve the Nottingham Park Estate for its members and residents. If you are a local resident, please visit our website regularly for updates on events and issues within the Park. If you are a visitor, we hope you will enjoy reading about our heritage and history - and perhaps you'll attend some of our community events.
||Please register on this website to receive Park Estate alerts and participate in The Park Neighbourhood Watch. You will also be able to report crime and anti-social behaviour that you have witnessed.
Crime does not flourish in a community that cares