Temporary traffic signals, including four-way and two-way configurations, will be in operation on Nottingham Road, Bingham (at its Junction with Thoresby Road) 24 hours a day, starting from Monday the 11th of September until Wednesday the 29th of November. Only one set of signals will be used at any one time. These adjustments are due …View documents
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Immediate works necessitate the use of multiway signals on Nottingham Road, Bingham (Outside No17, Junction with Brewsters Close) continuously for 24 hours starting from 24th of August and continuing until Tuesday the 29th of August. This is due to a significant leak on the water main. Please see the attached document for further information.View documents
The following sections of road will be closed for the Bingham Classic Car and Bike Show on Sunday 20th August 2023, between 9:00am and 4:30pm: Market Place – between its junctions with Market Street and Station Street Market Street – between its junctions with Newgate Street and Union Street Church Street – between its junctions …View documents
Temporary four-way traffic signals will be in operation on Chapel Lane, Bingham (at its Junction with Dunsmore Avenue) 24 hours a day from Monday the 14th to Friday the 25th of August. The signals will include temporary push button pedestrian crossings. These measures are necessary to allow for the excavation needed to enable utilities to …View documents
Temporary two-way traffic signals, to be manually controlled while in operation, will be installed on Nottingham Road, Bingham (between the junctions of Stanhope Way & Meadowsweet Hill) from Monday the 21st of August to Friday the 1st of September. The traffic signals will be in operation from 08:00am to 17:00pm each day. When no site …View documents
Nominations can be made until 5pm on Friday 29 September 2023 Our Civic Awards aim to recognise Bingham residents, or groups who have done something exemplary which deserves to be recognised because of its benefit to the local community, or which is a good demonstration of high ideals, behaviour, great acts of kindness, dedication, or …View documents
Following a resignation, a vacancy for a Councillor in the North East Ward is available for co-option. Bingham Town Council is very active and is embarking on some exciting projects in the Town. The major projects include creating a long-term parking provision within Bingham Town Centre, new town CCTV, and the re-development of the Wynhill …View documents