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Nottingham The Local Area
If you are new to Nottingham and have not had a chance to explore and learn about the great city (rated in the top 10 of best Cities to visit by the Times) then have a quick read below to find out more about Nottingham and the local amenities.
Nottingham is ideally located for a strong network of rail travel allowing you to go to London without changing trains and up to Glasgow in as little as one change. This makes Nottingham ideal for students as well as professionals who would like to keep close links to family or want to stay in Nottingham and commute to work.
In addition to the outbound travel there is also the inbound tram network. The network is currently under construction in order to incorporate more of Nottingham but already runs through the city centre and outbound many miles. This is ideal for many of the locals who do not have access to a car or like to travel in a greener way, the trams work like clockwork and you will not need to worry about traffic as you would on the car or bus as many roads are tram dedicated. For more information on the trams.
Nottingham has over 300,000 tourists per year in order to explor the fair city. Probably the most notable attraction is the legend of Robin Hood and Sherwood forest. However there is a lot more to offer in Nottingham then just this alone.
There is also Nottingham castle, The royal concert hall which holds over 2,500 people and plays regular events. In addition to this there is also the Nottingham Arena which holds as much as 10,000 people. Both halls hold concerts and comedy acts which bring in people from around the midlands and as far out as Nottingham
If you are coming to Nottingham or just moving to a new area within Nottinghamshire and have children then you can use the local school search engine in order to find local school in the areas you wich to move into.
One of the big concerns we at Keays get asked about regularly is tax, if this is something you are also worried about then pelase try the free tax search engine which can identify what tax any new home (via post code) will cost you each year.