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Local Properties in Nottinghamshire

Home to the legend of Robin Hood and the beautiful Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire is a large landlocked county located between Lincolnshire on the east and Derbyshire on the west.

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About the County

Much of Nottinghamshire's tourist industry is fired by the legend of Robin Hood, and his leafy home in Sherwood Forest. But the county's more factual history is equally fascinating.

Among the must-visit attractions are Nottingham Castle, and Old Market Square and Lace Market (all in Nottingham). There are also more than 450 caves beneath Nottingham, the largest complex of its kind in the UK.

The county also boasts numerous splendid parklands (such as Highfield Park) and spectacular country houses (such as Wollaton Hall).

The days of heavy engineering and coal production in Nottinghamshire are mostly gone, but today locals are employed in a range of sectors. Among them are retail (Boots is based here), energy (E.On has a large office here) and finance (Experian runs a big operation in the county).

And the University of Nottingham and the Nottingham Trent University both employ thousands, as does the NHS.

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Local Amenities in Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire is a vibrant and prosperous county in which to live and work, and Shared Ownership makes doing so more possible than ever.

Discover some of these amenities below.


For young families thinking about buying a Shared Ownership property in Nottingham, education is of key importance. A wide choice of state-funded and private schools are found across Nottinghamshire. Among the best rated are The West Bridgford School, The Becket School and Toot Hill School.


Birmingham is less than 90 minutes by car or train, and Sheffield under an hour away. London takes well under 2 hours by rail, and around 3 hours by car (M1). The county is also served by Nottingham Airport, while Nottingham is 25 minutes' drive from East Midlands Airport. Doncaster Sheffield Airport and Birmingham Airport are also within easy reach.


Most NHS hospitals and healthcare facilities in the county are based in the city of Nottingham. GP surgeries, dentists and opticians are located across the shire. There are also several private providers, including Spire and Bupa.