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The St Ann’s & Sneinton areas on the east of the City of Nottingham are home to lots of examples of good practice in the fields of Sustainable Development and the Environment. One might even say that they are among the most sustainable urban communities in the UK:

This page highlights some of the projects in the area and offers some links to the various organisations involved.


Sustainable CommunitiesEdit

Chase Action Centre

TRACS

St Ann’s Allotments – The biggest and oldest urban allotment site in the world!


Sustainable Building & RegenerationEdit

tanc (Technical Aid for Nottinghamshire Communities)

The Renewal Trust, Sneinton

NECTA – Social economy building & construction

How the Chase was built

Sustainable EnergyEdit

Energy Learning Centre at Elliott Durham School

Green’s Mill & Science Museum - A working windmill in the heart of the City

Iskra Wind Turbine (Manufacturer based in St Ann’s)


Sustainable FoodEdit

Stonebridge City Farm

Green’s Mill & Science Museum

St Ann’s Allotments – The biggest and oldest urban allotment site in the world!


Sustainable TransportEdit

Sneinton Bikers - Encouraging cycling in the Sneinton area

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