Barratt and David Wilson Homes have been working closely with their contractors following delays caused by the recent wet weather conditions and concerns around preventing further damage to the surrounding site from potential machinery movements. As a result, health and safety plans have had to be reviewed and revisions made along with a further financial investment into temporary matting to protect the site and work is due to recommence again prior to Christmas. Subject to weather conditions, the paths should be completed early in the new year. Barratt and David Wilson Homes wish to thank residents for their continued patience whilst they work to deliver the new surfacing and paths and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Temporary four-way traffic signals will be in operation on Nottingham Road, Bingham (at its Junction with Tithby Road Long Acre & Fairfield Street) between 9:30am and 2:00pm from Friday the 17th of November to Friday the 18th of November. Carriageway repairs will be undertaken by VIA East Midlands on behalf of Nottinghamshire County Council. For …View documents
Essential safety improvement works will be carried out on the A52, both Southbound and Northbound, from Saxondale Roundabout to New Lane Road. The work includes refreshing road markings, installing central hatching, high friction surfacing, and a vehicle-activated sign near Tithby road junction. These improvements aim to enhance road safety for all users. The work is …View documents
Surveys to collect up to date and in-depth information about both on and off street car parking in Bingham town centre are underway and residents can now have their say.
All can give their thoughts at www.rushcliffe.gov.uk/binghamparking until November 29.
The survey focuses on which parts of the town and surrounding areas visitors arrive from, the purpose and frequency of their visits, their mode of transport, length of stay and usual locations to park.
It also seeks answers on what would encourage using alternative transport methods to their own personal vehicles.
Local businesses are being contacted directly for their thoughts.
Armistice Day – Saturday 11th November, 10.50 – 11.10am
Last Post ceremony in Bingham Market Place organised by the Royal British Legion. All are welcome to attend.
Remembrance Sunday – 12th November, 10.50 – 11.30am
The Royal British Legion and Bingham Community Events will continue to work together to hold an outdoor only Remembrance Service in Bingham. There will be a static parade in Bingham Market Place, for a ceremony consisting of the Last Post, Two minutes silence, Address/Prayers and laying of wreaths at a temporary memorial on the square. The ceremony is expected to take approximately 40 minutes
Temporary road closures will be in effect at the following locations in Bingham for the Christmas Fair: Market Place – for its entire length. Market Street – from its junction with Union Street to its junction with Newgate Street. These closures will be in place from 13:00 hours until 21:00 hours on Friday, 24th November …View documents
Continuous 24-hour three- and four-way temporary traffic signals will be in place on Grantham Road, Bingham, stretching from the junction with Long Acre to Willow Road starting Monday, 6th of November through Monday, 27th of November 2023. Only one set of signals will be operational at any given time during this period. These measures are …View documents
Four-way temporary traffic signals will be in place at the junction of Nottingham Road, Tithby Road, Long Acre, and Fairfield Street in Bingham on Friday the 17th of November, from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm. This is to facilitate essential carriageway repairs. We advise motorists to expect delays and to consider alternative routes where possible. …View documents