River Trent at Newark Sugar Factory and Kelham Bridge – updated 18 FebClick Here
River Trent at Newark for riverside properties – 18 Feb
River Trent at Newark Tolney Lane and Riverside Marinas – 18 Feb
River Trent at Farndon riverside properties including Dorner Avenue and Wyke and Marsh Lane area – 18 Feb
River Trent at Fiskerton Mill including Rolleston Fields, Gorse and Nurseries area – 18 Feb
River Trent at Gibsmere and Gipsy Lane at Bleasby – 18 Feb
River Trent at Hoveringham –...
The DVSA has urged HGV drivers to ensure their windscreens are always clear of obstruction after a cyclist in Birmingham was killed.Click Here
Robert Bradbury was found guilty of causing death by careless driving after he failed to see NHS doctor Suzanna Bull because a tray table on his cab dashboard was cluttered with ornaments and restricting his view (CM 12 December 2019).
He was sentenced to 21 months in prison and banned from driving for two years and 10 months.
During the case, it came to light...
Blidworth Road – Kirkby in AshfieldClick Here
Grove Lane/ Trent Street – Retford
Cranbor Road – Trowell
Clanbourne Close – Trowell
Long Lane – Watnall
Main Street – Lambley
Main Street – Burton Joyce
Leapool Roundabout (A60) – Redhill
A612 and A6097 – Lowdham
Southwell Road – Lowdham
A617 Kelham Bridge – Newark
White Lane, Chapel Lane – Farndon
Main Street – Sutton Bonnington
Tollerton and Cotgrave Lane – Tollerton
Harby Lane – Colston Basset
Nottingham Road – Radcliffe on...
IKEA has announced the closure of its Coventry branch this summer.Click Here
Often top of our removals customers list after we have moved them into their new house or apartment to find new furniture to fill those extra spaces.
The closure of the purpose built city centre store will mean that customers will have to travel to Nottingham, Birmingham or Milton Keynes to find their nearest IKEA branch.
In the next few years, thousands of new homes are to be built across Nottingham. New houses and apartment blocks will be built all over the city.Click Here
Nottingham City council have identified 60 plus sites which will provide between 7 and almost 9000 new homes.
Further sites could mean as many as 13000 new homes being built over the next 10 years. Government approval has been received, now the council must find the skilled work forces to build quality homes and not the usual sub standard quality bein...
Nottingham City Council have big plans in mind for the land currently occupied by the dilapidated partly burnt down and well under used Cattle Market. Including a new Tram Line which will terminate in Gedling.Click Here
All this is part of the "waterside plans" including offices, bars, restaurants and new neighbourhoods to include house and apartment living as well as a new school. A possible new footbridge to Lady Bay has been proposed (when in reality a new road bridge is required, but Nottingham has...
Rushcliffe Borough Council have issued advice for those who use wood burning stoves in their homes in order to minimise any pollution from their use.Click Here
Many houses have this popular form of heating (over 1 million in Britain) and the Council routinely monitors and reviews air quality under the Environment Act 1995 and operates a smoke control area in its borough.
- Stoves should be well maintained and chimneys swept regularly.
-Use a mix of wood and smokeless fuels.
Nottingham City Council have produced a document setting out its plans for the city over the next 10 years. Called The Land and Planning Document part 2 it will help developers and investors identify sites and the councils intended use for them. Planning officers will also use the document when making decisions on planning applications. The document will outline the kind of development the council wishes to see in different locations, such as office, storage and house building. The council will...Click Here