Cllr. Martin Plackett reports: As many residents will have read the new Conservative controlled County Council have ‘set aside’, in addition to a planned capitol maintenance programme additional monies for road improvements throughout the whole of Nottinghamshire.
In the light of such good news several BRAMCOTE residents have asked me which roads may be likely to see any such improvements.
I have today received the following response from County Highway Assets and Development Manager.
‘ I’ve reviewed the current list for sites being considered for funding from the additional monies and at the moment we are looking at the following in the BRAMCOTE area.
Ewe Lamb Lane,
Beeston Fields Drive (part under County control)
‘The countywide list is long, so at this stage we are reviewing, working out costs and constraints so we have a prioritised list. I cannot therefore confirm which sites will be promoted and approved.’
The Officer also writes ‘Theses sites are in addition to the planned maintenance programme, so if there is a specific location you wish to highlight then please let me know’
As Highways are a COUNTY COUNCIL responsibility may I urge BRAMCOTE residents to make their specific site views known either directly to the Council (firstname.lastname@example.org) or preferably to our COUNTY COUNCILLORS John Doddy, John Longdon, or Steve Carr who will be able to personally exercise their influence at COUNTY HALL.
Cllr. BRAMCOTE Ward Broxtowe Borough Council