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Archive for the ‘Advance notice of road works’ Category

For four years, I have been been calling for more action to tackle the state of our roads after years of neglect by subsequent Tory and Labour administrations at County Hall. Miraculously just days before the election this Thursday the Conservatives have announced they intend to alter the way in which they repair roads. Our […]

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Road works this week – with additional info Monday

by Peter Harris on 7 October, 2012

I have been informed of these road works this week. There appear to be others which take place, but I have not been told of these – it may be that they are ’emergency’ work so that no notice is able to be given. If you see works that do not appear to be emergency […]

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Following my earlier note on the road between Norwell and Cromwell, it will be closed from 3 September 2012 to 22 September 2012 so that Nottinghamshire County Council’ s Highways Department can carry out repairs to culverts that run under the road between the two villages. It is expected that the work will take 3 […]

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Some more road closure announcements including the closure of Crink Lane Southwell for a fortnight and signals on the A616 at Kersall and delays at Norwell. A612 Nottingham Road, Southwell, Nottinghamshire 06 August — 08 August Delays likely Traffic control (multi-way signals) Works location: Junction Of Hicking Lane Responsibility for works: Severn Trent Water Current […]

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Road closures in Southwell, Wellow and Norwell

by Peter Harris on 3 August, 2012

Road closures this week – note the extension of the work in Southwell’s Market Place which will last until next weekend. The work is to replace the old cast iron gas pipe with new plastic pipes that will be more robust. Bathley Lane, Norwell, Nottinghamshire 04 August — 18 August Delays likely Traffic control (convoy […]

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Weston Road, Egmanton, Nottinghamshire 30 July — 12 August Road closure The road will be closed from Junction Burnmoor Lane to the junction wit the Great North Road at Weston. Nottinghamshire County Council are repairing the road here

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Road works with traffic lights on A617 and A616

by Peter Harris on 25 July, 2012

Road works on the A617 at Hockerton and A616 at Wellow later this week A616 Newark Road, Wellow, Nottinghamshire 26 July — 30 July Delays likely Traffic control (two-way signals) Works location: Hermitage Responsibility for works: Severn Trent Water Current status: Advanced planning A617 Newark Road, Hockerton, Nottinghamshire 26 July — 30 July Delays likely […]

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Road works in Caunton, Kersall and Ossington

by Peter Harris on 24 July, 2012

I have been informed of work on the A616 and in Ossington over the next few days. I am sorry but I do not know what work is being undertaken, as the County Council has not informed me! A616 Ollerton Road, Caunton, Nottinghamshire 24 July — 24 July Delays likely Traffic control (convoy working) Works […]

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Bus route changes next week as Church St is closed.

by Peter Harris on 20 July, 2012

As I have already posted, Church Street, Southwell will be closed to all traffic from Saturday 21st July 2012, for just over a week, due to gasworks. As a result there will be a change to the buses next week. From 08:00 on Saturday 21st July until approximately 16:30 on Sunday 29th July 2012, Pathfinder 100 buses from Southwell […]

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Queen Street Southwell shut again Sunday 8 July

by Peter Harris on 5 July, 2012

The County Council have told me of yet another closure of Queen Street next Sunday July 8. What a pity that the County Council are not using the same closure to repair their road humps [which have failed yet again]. The road humps that were installed by the County Council just under ten years ago […]

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