Nottingham communties in the cost of living
The cost of living crisis coupled with unprecedented energy price rises are of increasing concern to Nottingham Residents with millions of UK citizens anticipated to be in fuel poverty during the upcoming winter.
As the cost-of-living and energy crisis develops Nottingham City Council are continuing to open their libraries as warm spaces for residents to access during the winter months. Details of library locations and opening hours can be found at the link below.
Community Warm Spaces
In addition to this, a number of community organisations have opened buildings as warm spaces for residents to stay warm during their opening hours. These welcoming spaces at the heart of our communities, offer somewhere for residents to go to keep warm and meet other people, with some offering refreshments, activities and advice.
A comprehensive list of these locations has been reviewed by the Communities, Environment and Residents Directorate with the current list located at this link on the ASKLION pages.
This list attached will be maintained and updated by the Domestic Energy Efficiency Fuel Poverty subgroup (DEEFP), working together with Community Partnerships – Resident Development Team to ensure the list is current.