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Hmm the city as a whole aint all that clever, and yet boasts one of the best city centre shopping facilites outside London.

LineOne of the NET (tram network) when (finally) done, and ready for passengers now in January (rather than November), will improve the city centres image, to that of Sheffield perhaps.

Sadly the rough regions that make up the city isgives the city as a whole a bad image, it's certainly not as bad as some other cities.
I am fortunate to live in an area which is not too bad, but I will not miss nottingham while at uni, in fact if it wasn't for parents and friends I would definately not come back.

Regarding the tram thing, I am thrilled that they spent £10,000,000,000,000,000,000 building it when there was no problem with buses. Just think what else they could have done with that money.
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I am fortunate to live in an area which is not too bad, but I will not miss nottingham while at uni, in fact if it wasn't for parents and friends I would definately not come back.

Regarding the tram thing, I am thrilled that they spent £10,000,000,000,000,000,000 building it when there was no problem with buses. Just think what else they could have done with that money.
Must admit that I have never found problems with Nottingham City Transport or Trent buses, but I guess people in Sheffield, Birmingham and Manchester didn't really think there were any problems with their local bus network whilst their tram networks were being installed, they rant about the trams there now, maybe its something that will have to grow on us.

What it will do, I guess, is give easy, more frequent access to out of city centre areas, Wilkinson Street for example, without having to try and figure out which number bus you need to get on.
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Bolton Institute of Higher Education?
As a Lancastrian, I feel I should defend the BIHE. It is rated excellent in 6 subjects, as good as Bournemouth to name one! Three notable courses which are excellent are organismal biosciences, philosophy and psycology.

That said, my aspirations are somewhat higher than the Bolton Institute.
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