Welcome to Cotgrave Town Council’s website!
Cotgrave Town Council serves a semi-rural community with advantageous transport links to Nottingham, the A46, A1 and M1. Located on the first floor of the Leisure Centre, the Town Council is positive and forward-thinking, and works hard to provide important services to a population set to expand in the coming years.
All Saints Church, Cotgrave
It enjoys a strong partnership with Rushcliffe Borough Council, Notts County Council, Barratt Homes – Wilson Bowden, Metropolitan Housing, Homes and Communities Agency, and other organisations, who have all helped to bring Hollygate Park, a new housing development, to Cotgrave. The partnership is also working hard at planning for the redevelopment of the town centre, and therefore includes Nottinghamshire Police and Belvoir Health Group. Cotgrave has many thriving community groups offering a range of activities. Thanks to the efforts of so many residents, there is an excellent community spirit and sense of purpose. If there is any information relating to the work of Cotgrave Town Council which you feel is missing from this website, please contact the Council Office. The Town Council is always pleased to hear your views.
The Council Office core hours are : Monday – Thursday 9am to 5pm, Friday 9am to 2.30pm
The Council Office is open to members of the…
The deadline date for the next edition of Cotgrave Connections Newsletter, Spring 2019 is Friday 8th February 2019 Please can you forward any…
Data Protection Regulations
In line with changes to data protection legislation in the UK we’ve updated our Privacy Notice. To view the policy please click here
To view the latest news on the redevelopment of Cotgrave Town Centre please click here
Street Light Faults
Do you know that you can report a faulty streetlight on line?
Follow the link below to complete the form. Click Here
The Green Play Area
Please note that the Green Play Area will be closed from Monday 18th February 2019, for the commencement of the demolition works on the Shopping Centre area.
A new play park will be installed, which is anticipated to be open for Summer 2019.
Other play parks are available at: Grassmere, Broadmeer, Ringleas and Hollygate Park
Rushcliffe Borough Council, who oversee Parish and Town Council elections every four years, are appealing for more members of communities across the…
Civic Voice are carrying out a small survey in connection with the Government’s Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission. This survey is…
Some of the play parks may need to stay locked during the very low temperatures, due to safety surfaces freezing, The Council will check each park…
Owthorpe Road Cotgrave – Traffic Signals…