Whether fact contradicts this or not, Nottingham is certainly not seen as one of Englands big cities. It might be a relitavely big city but certainly not on the scale of Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield, Leeds and obviously London.
Nottingham is moving forward, but those developments might be a change for Nottingham but when compared nationally they're really just average; nothing special particularly.
So its doing well for itself but it has a long way to go before it gets anywhere near the sort of status and development of the cities listed above.
Well I don't know much about Nottingham other than it has a nice tram system and from the pics you've posted Insignia. It looks like a very nice medium sized city but I'd like you to show us some pictures of the worst parts of the City so we can better judge.
Nottingham is nice, I used to go there on a weekly basis. Some nice buildings, the trams look smart and modern and the people are very friendly. One thing I've always noticed though, and it may just be something to do with the time I'm there or whatever but I've never found it to be a busy place, it seemed quiet most of the time. That's not a negative just an observation.
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