Working in partnership for place: Progress towards our Civic Agreement

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The refreshed Universities for Nottingham Civic Agreement was signed just over a year ago, building on the original commitments made by signatory partners in July 2020. A year on, we have taken a look back at how far we’ve come in achieving some of those aims and ambitions that we signed up to and have published a short progress report.
The refreshed Universities for Nottingham Civic Agreement was signed just over a year ago, building on the original commitments made by signatory partners in July 2020. A year on, we have taken a look back at how far we’ve come in achieving some of those aims and ambitions that we signed up to and have published a short progress report.

The review is far from exhaustive, however, there have been significant successes and good progress towards achieving our objectives and we are proud of the direction of travel.

The report, which can be downloaded here, sets out the key progress against each of the Civic Agreement themes and gives a good flavour of what we are working on together for our place, people and communities.

Click here to download the Civic Agreement

We are very much at the beginning of what we hope will be a constantly evolving partnership journey, but we are immensely proud of the way the partnership has begun to take shape.

Professor Shearer West, Vice-Chancellor, University of Nottingham and Professor Edward Peck, Vice-Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University