The Council owns more than 900 properties in Nottinghamshire.
- secondary schools
- day centres and clubs for the elderly/disabled
- community homes and family centres
- homes for the elderly and disabled
- special schools
- primary schools
- infant schools.
Almost all properties are bought and sold on the open market - compulsory purchases are very rare. Our in-house team of property specialists are responsible for all aspects of property management, from purchase through to ongoing maintenance.
Properties to let
Have a look at properties to let below.
Land and properties for sale
Browse the land and properties for sale.
The County Council occasionally disposes of its properties at auction and by tender in accordance with Financial Regulations in order to obtain the best price.
Properties can include schools, residential homes and land which are no longer being used by the Council because, for example, schools in an area have merged and the property is no longer required. Nottinghamshire County Council will use the money from the sale of these properties or land to reinvest back into Council services.
These particulars do not constitute an offer or a contract, nor constitute any part of an offer or contract. All statements contained in these particulars are made without responsibility on the part of the County Council.
None of the statements contained in these particulars as to the property are to be relied upon as respresentations of fact. Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars.
The location plan in these particulars is to enable to prospective purchasers to locate the property only. The plan is not extended to depict the extent of interest to be sold and is expressly excluded from the contract.
The County Council does not make or give any representations or warranty whatsoever in respect of the property.