UPDATED 27 March 2020: Consultation deadline extended until the 7th of May
Nottingham City Council is holding a public consultation on its new Waste Plan, which will provide planning policies that will help shape future waste development and provide the basis for decisions on planning applications in and around Nottingham. The Plan’s goal is to ensure there are sufficient waste disposal sites to meet demand for the next 15-20 years, and to identifity potential sites for new and enhanced waste management facilities.
The first stage of the public consultation will run from the 27th of February until the 7th of May and information on how to participate can be found at http://Nottinghamshire.gov.uk/waste .
Stop & Go boards will be in place as required on Nottingham Road on the 28th of February, between 9:30am and 3:00pm. Please see the attached document for further information.
Rushcliffe Borough Council has a flooding information page here: https://www.rushcliffe.gov.uk/environmentandwaste/emergencyplanning/flooding/. It contains information on emergency funds and grants for households and businesses affected by internal flooding and advice on protecting your home.
Network Rail’s contractor has cleared sections of the overgrown vegetation from behind the Western Avenue back fences which border the railway line. They have been unable to remove anything significant as the ditch blockage appears to be caused by a build-up of silt and other materials which will need digging out.
An urgent remit has been issued. Due to the nature of the work and the length of the ditch, which is estimated as more than 300 yards of clearance work, it will involve the use of some heavy plant. As a result, it is likely that it will require closure of the railway to do this. The extent of the work required means this will need to be overnight when no trains are running and it may need more than one night of work.
More details on the date of when this work will take place have been requested.
Rushcliffe Borough Council and Nottinghamshire County Council are co-ordinating the response to the flooding in Bingham. Additional information on accessing the hardship fund, current travel disruptions in the area due to the flooding as well as a dedicated section page providing information on flooding can be found by clicking on the following links:
Residents can check their flood risk and keep up to date with the latest situation at gov.uk/check-flood-risk, or by calling Floodline on 0345 988 1188 or by following @EnvAgency on Twitter.
The weather forecast for Bingham can be found by clicking on: https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/forecast/gcrm4r2uu#
The Town Council continues to work and liaise with the lead flood co-ordinators, Rushcliffe Borough Council and Nottinghamshire County Council as well as other agencies. Councillors and staff will carry on assisting where needed and called upon.
UPDATED 21/02/2020 Between Monday the 17th of February and Friday the 28th of February, roadworks will be taking place on Dark Lane and Radnor Grove between 7:30am and 4:00pm. Stop and Go boards will be in place. Please see the attached document for further information.
Nottinghamshire County Council has launched a new app, MyNotts, to make it quicker and easier to access council services. Residents can:
- Receive updates on school closures, check when school holidays are, and apply for school places
- Report highways issues, including potholes, faulty streetlights, and overgrown vegetation
- Find their closest Household Waste & Recycling Centre, and see what can be taken there
- Access information about care services offered by Nottinghamshire County Council
- See which events are happening in their local area and our three country parks
- Keep up to date with news from across Nottinghamshire
App Store Link, for iPhones Play Store Link, for Android
As part of the Town Council’s commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant, the Council is promoting the 2020 Cumbrian Challenge on the 16th of May. Please see the attached flyer for more information, or visit www.cumbrianchallenge.org.