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Nottinghamshire

Looking for an energy-efficient new home in Nottinghamshire?

Nottinghamshire is a county in the East Midlands, taking its place in a central position between South Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire. A new home here puts a long list of places to be and places to see within easy reach.

Living in Nottinghamshire

Living in Nottinghamshire

Sherwood Forest tops the list of places to explore. The historic forest is now a National Nature Reserve, a jigsaw of woodland areas. The legend of Robin Hood still captivates all who follow the trails amongst the ancient oaks today. Nottinghamshire’s magical history has been a balancing act with its mining and manufacturing heritage. The end result is a county that manages its own work-life balance, with down-to-earth towns and plenty of green space. Nottingham lives with the fame of the forest and the student life of its thriving university, while Newark-on-Trent has set itself up as a world-famous centre for the antiques trade.

The major cities of the neighbouring counties to the north and south – Sheffield, Doncaster, Loughborough and Leicester - and the Lincolnshire Wolds and the Peak District National Park to the east and west, are another lifestyle balancing act, held together with a great transport network.