So magenta Self Storage Nottingham has now closed its doors for good. Shortly contractors will be on site to commence rip out work ahead of the main demolition contractors.Click Here
Big Red Movers have been busy on site moving Magenta customers belongings up the road a little to the fabulous all new Storage Giant Nottingham site.
It seems some Magenta customers just don't want to leave! With a few still on site we are slowly managing to persuade them to commit to a moving date.
We ourselves have operated...
East Midland Railway is urging drivers of Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV), buses, and vans to fully understand the height of their vehicles after the railway operator was affected by 54 bridge strike incidents last year.Click Here
Bridge strikes, where vehicles collide with bridges, continue to be a significant and recurring problem across EMR’s network.
The operator has shared the top 10 most-hit bridges on its network in an effort to alert drivers to understand which structures regularly catch people out...
A new fleet of 24 electric buses bought by Nottingham City Transport will cost around £400,000 each – but will help it towards ending the use of diesel buses entirely by 2028.Click Here
The single-decker buses have been ordered by Nottingham City Transport (NCT), with the first 12 expected to be in operation this month (January).
It is expected the remaining 12 buses will be rolled out by the end of March.
The Chinese Yutong buses, which have a range of up to 275 miles, will be introduced on routes Pin...
Big Red Movers have been contracted to provide expert removals and logistics to assist with the closure and clearance of the Magenta Self Storage site on Meadow Lane. It has been a landmark site for users of Lady Bay Bridge for over 20 years. Formerly trading under the name Personal Storage for many years. The owners did wish to build a brand new storage facility on the present site, but The Council were adamant it had to be apartments only. Thus the first stage of demolition starts in March. Th...Click Here
Sadly Magenta Storage Nottingham is closing down. The entire site along Meadow Lane is being demolished to make way for apartments.Click Here
The good news though is that Big Red Movers have been contracted to move their customers free of charge!
Magenta customers are being offered the opportunity for their storage unit contents to be professionally moved by us just up the road to the brand new purpose built Storage Giant facility.
Magenta customers just need to speak to a member of the team at Magenta...
On the 17th of November transport secretary has set out the altercations of an £8.3 Billion log term service to resurface over 5000 mile of road around the next 11 years.Click Here
Across England local highway authorities will receive 150 million this year to repair the road surfaces.
Each local authorities can use its share of £8.3 billion to point out what local roads need the most repair and they should deliver immediate improvement for the local community and residents.
Plans have been submitted for a major development along the A52 close to Wheatcroft Business Park.
The mixed development would include offices, housing for general sale and affordable housing.
A community park would be included as well as other green spaces.
The developers will have to show adequate attempts to protect the Sharp Hill Wood ecology. Also planners will wish to see how the developers will reduce the loud traffic noise from the A52 for residents and workers alike.
New housing everyone recognises as being of the upmost importance for the whole of the country. But are we building in the wrong places?Click Here
Almost 500 homes have been approved in Bramcote, despite local councillors describing the scheme as a “flawed development” with concerns raised about flooding.
The 470 new homes will be located on the former Bramcote School playing field on Coventry Lane, with the sale expected to deliver a long-awaited secondary school for the village.
But serious quest...