Environmental Enhancement Scheme at Highfields Park

September 20th, 2019

Nottingham City Council are due to carry out habitat improvements on Tottle Brook in Highfields Park from Monday 23 September.

Tottle Brook is located between the lake and University Boulevard on land owned by Nottingham City Council, however University land will be required for access.

The work is expected to last for 5 weeks, starting Monday 23 September and finishing by Friday 25 October. Disruption will be minimal with access for machinery only required for the first 2 weeks of the project, affecting the path at the bottom of Jubilee Drive between 7.30- 8am and at approximately 5pm.

Students and academic staff in Life Sciences and associated Environmental courses will be invited by the contractors to view the work they are doing, and can contact the Sustainability team at sustainability@nottingham.ac.uk

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