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Part of West Bridgford car park to close on Monday for substation works

Nursery car park in West Bridgford will have some of its 95 spaces unavailable for three weeks from Monday June 13 whilst a new electricity substation is installed in the area. 

Western Power are leading on the infrastructure upgrade that will see the car park continue to open at all times but with slight restrictions on capacity that will see around 12 spaces unavailable to the public. 

Bridgford Road and Gordon Road car parks will continue to operate as normal.

Parts of Central Avenue and Croquet Lawn in the town will also be temporarily affected by the electrical engineering work. 

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The essential works are required to upgrade the electrical infrastructure in the town which will provide a better power supply for local businesses and events in Bridgford Park.

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Business owners including M&S Food Hall, Oliver Bonas, Halifax, Portello Lounge and The Friends of Bridgford Park have been informed of the changes.  

The 12 unavailable spaces includes some Blue Badge holder bays but users can still safely access dedicated spaces in bay numbers 49 to 52 at the site and there are extensive Blue Badge bays at the Gordon Road and Bridgford Road locations.  

Rushcliffe Borough Council says it apologises in advance for any inconvenience caused during the period of the works. 

 

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