To find out more about the section 114 report, visit our section 114 page.
Nottingham City Council's list of business and trading licences required.
The Food Safety Team aims to ensure all food served and sold in the City is safe to eat.
Trading Standards works to protect the public from unfair and unsafe trading practices.
The Health and Safety team aim to protect people at work and securing compliance with health, safety and welfare legislation and giving advice on best practice.
This section tells you about business rates; valuation issues, exemptions and how to pay.
Nottingham City Council supports business growth, employment and investment in the city through our economic development service.
Nottingham City Council Community Protection Service is a founder member of the D2N2 Local Economic Partnership 'Better Business Regulation' partnership.
Service needs of vulnerable adults, children and families are addressed by Nottingham City Council's Early Intervention Directorate.
We offer highly effective and competitively priced platforms that can help you reach hundreds of thousands of people across the city.
Invest in Nottingham promotes the city as a top UK business location and works to attract and assist new companies to the area.
Nottingham City Council supports businesses by helping them locate units and premises in the city.
Nottingham City Council is making funds available for apprenticeship training for city residents and city businesses through the Apprenticeship Levy.
Information on how to set up a no cold calling zone in your area.
How to do business with Nottingham City Council.