Thursday 20 June 2024
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Roadworks across Nottingham city for the next few weeks

Roadworks and tree services taking place across Nottingham.

  • Friday 7 April 9.30am – 3pm & Saturday 8 April 8am – 4pm: Lane closure on Cranbook Street for scaffolding installation on Emmanuel House
  • Monday 10 April – Wednesday 12 April: Road closure – service road only between 92 & the junc with Cockington Road and Bilborough Road
  • Tuesday 11 April 8am – Friday 14 April 4pm: Stop & Go system on Seller’s Wood Drive for cabling works
  • Sunday 16 April – Sunday 23 April: Night road closure of Nelson Street, St Ann’s for construction works
  • Monday 17 April – Tuesday 2 May: Road closure of Lytham Gardens, Bestwood at the junction of Muirfield Road
  • Wednesday 19 April – Friday 21 April: Road Closure on Lower Eldon Street from the junction of Manvers Street to Newark Street
  • Friday 21 April 9pm – Saturday 22 April 5am: Road Closure southbound underneath A52 Bridge near the QMC for bridge inspection – diversion is up exit slip road and re-join using the on slip
  • Wednesday 26 April – Sunday 29 April: Road Closure between 46-48 Lincoln Street Basford for Severn Trent works
  • Friday 23 July 2021 – May 2023: High Cross Street (city centre) Road closure between Heathcoat Street and Western Street due to demolition works.

Tree Services

Works by the city tree services team to trim trees before the start of nesting season will be completed on 3-6 April and 11-14 April. Previous works that happened in March could not be totally completed due to the winter weather and the work needed being more extensive than expected.

Derby Road will be closed 9 am-3 pm on 3-6 April and 11&14 (not 12 or 13) April between Canning Circus and Faraday Road.

Goose Fair Island

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Works to replace the existing zebra crossing on the A6130 Gregory Boulevard, to the west of the Goose fair Roundabout, with a new parallel crossing to accommodate both pedestrians and cyclists began 18 March and will last for approximately 6 weeks.

The scheme forms part of plans to improve connections into the city from the north along the Mansfield Road and Hucknall Road corridors.

The work involves some lane closures, but traffic disruption is being mitigated by working outside of peak hours on inbound lanes, when traffic levels are much lower.

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