We would like to know how you think the REMOURBAN project has benefited the city
Nottingham City Council and local partners have taken part in an EU funded smart cities project called REMOURBAN to pilot low carbon solutions for transport and heating and powering homes.
This project has provided over £5m of external funding to make 400 homes in Sneinton significantly more energy efficient, leading to cheaper household bills and a raft of low carbon transport options to help improve local air quality. The project aims to be replicated across European cities.
Your responses will help us shape future projects for Sneinton and the city.
As a thank you for taking part, all respondents can enter our prize draw for a three-month Robin Hood travel card worth up to £200. If you would like to enter the prize draw, please leave your contact details at the end of the survey.
Ellen Cooper-Tydeman, Energy Policy Officer, 01158763437, Ellen.Cooper-Tydeman@nottinghamcity.gov.uk