Councillors in Nottingham are today expected to give final approval to controversial changes to the school year in the city.
Parking restrictions in Nottingham are changing again from today, after a campaign by businesses and residents to relax the rules.
Parking charges in Nottingham could change for the third time in a year after businesses said restrictions were forcing them to close.
Teaching unions are meeting with Nottingham City Council today over plans to introduce a five term academic year.
Protests have already been held against the plans but the NUT union warn that if no agreement can be found strike action could be taken.
Nottingham city council says it will not raise as much money as it had hoped from the workplace parking levy in its first year.
The charge means businesses with more than 10 parking spaces will have to pay £288 a year for each space from Sunday.
The authority says it will pay for better public transport including new tram routes and will reduce congestion.