Broxtowe News Update & Information Service – September 2016
A warm welcome to my September newsletter and a special welcome to all those who have joined during the past month.
There’s plenty of local news to update you on – so straight down to business. Can I draw your particular attention if you live in and around Kimberley to item 1.
Warning! This is a long newsletter, and there are a number of detailed items below – it may take a while to wade through. I have been busy.
Always happy to receive feedback, and if you need help or assistance with any personal case work – do get in touch.
I trust the information below is useful for you.
Richard S Robinson
Labour Cllr – Kimberley, Broxtowe Borough Council
4 Peacock Drive, Eastwood, Nottingham NG16 3HW
0775 1970 640
Broxtowe News Update & Information Service – September 2016
1) Maws Lane & Hardy Street & Swingate Traffic Improvements Kimberley – the County Council response
(This part is a long read)
On 25 August I met with County Council Officials to discuss their provisional plans to alter the Maws Lane junction which I have covered previously (see for example):- http://richardsrobinson.org.uk/2016/07/broxtowe-news-update-information-service-july-2016/ (item 10).
If you have been receiving this newsletter for a while you will be aware that I have spent some considerable time – in fact over a year in total consulting with local residents, asking Kimberley Town Council for their views, undertaking a survey and holding public meetings in order to get the most comprehensive information together on what local residents would like to see by way of traffic improvements in Kimberley. Not only in Maws Lane/Hardy Street area, but also Swingate.
The main message the County Council gave me on 25 August concerning Maws Lane & Hardy Street was this “we are going to spend £25,000 on the easiest and cheapest way of making improvements in Maws Lane by removing two parking spaces“.
I contended that when funding in local government is so very tight that it would be better to spend a fraction of that money looking at more comprehensive long term solutions to ongoing problems in Maws Lane, Hardy Street area and also Swingate.
I pointed out for example that in the Maws Lane area, repeated requests to move the bus stop close to the junction (causing dangerous overtaking) had been disregarded.
As a result of the representations I have made and putting forward the views of local residents the final County Council response is now shown below. This is respectively in two parts a) email of 13 September from Paul Hillier and b) a document (pros and cons) summarising the County Council response to some residents suggestions for a One Way system on Maws Lane.
All of the details are shown immediately below.
I have not responded to the County Council yet. However I would be very happy to know your thoughts on the details that are shown below. If you have comments to make please let me know by Friday 30 September if at all possible, and if you could mark your email “County Council Kimberley Highways response” this would be really helpful.
Interestingly yesterday I have had a response from the Police Commissioner for Nottinghamshire (as I had referred the matter to the police for their statutory comment). I understand that the Heidi Duffy – the Traffic & Road Casualty Reduction Manager from Nottinghamshire Police will be undertaking a site visit in conjunction with the local policing inspector, in order to get a firmer understanding of what the actual problems are. I will be contacting Heidi to understand their perspective.
NOTTINHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL RESPONSE:
On Tue, 13/9/16, Paul Hillier email@example.com wrote:
From: Paul Hillier firstname.lastname@example.org
I refer to your email to Steph Walford of 24th August concerning various traffic issues in Kimberley, which has been passed to me. I have reviewed the proposals put forward and have the following observations:
Maws Lane/Eastwood Road
The accident record at the Maws Lane/Eastwood Road junction is such that remedial action is required. Having considered the nature of the accidents, the county council has identified the most cost-effective solution, which is to remove two parking spaces nearby. The alternative proposal (to introduce one-way orders on Maws Lane and Hardy Street) is not considered an appropriate accident remedial measure, in part, due to the higher cost of introducing it. The county council is duty-bound to seek the most cost-effective solution in order to maximise the benefits that can be achieved using public money. Additionally, the proposal to introduce a one-way system on Maws Lane and Hardy Street is not considered appropriate due to the unnecessarily high complexity of the proposal and the fact that the cons appear to far outweigh the pros. I have provided a summary of the pros and cons of the one-way system in order to provide greater clarity.
Installation of traffic lights at the Greens Lane/Main Street junction would possibly reduce delays for traffic leaving Greens Lane during busy periods (although this is not certain, and needs to be investigated) but it would certainly increase delays during quiet periods (that is, most of the time) and would increase delays to westbound traffic on Main Street at all times. It is doubtful whether the proposal would provide any overall benefit but this can be tested and the county council will arrange for a study to be carried out to test these assertions, to determine whether it is feasible to install lights and, if so, to determine the likely cost of doing so.
It may be possible to move one of the bus stops so that it is further away from the other. However, this will only provide any benefit if buses actually stop at these stops at the same time on a regular basis. I will ask our passenger transport team to consider whether any changes to the location of the stops is feasible.
The land either side of the carriageway does not belong to the county council, so there is no scope to widen the road or provide bus lay-bys. In any event, the county council would not consider constructing bus lay-bys because they adversely affect bus journey times and reliability because drivers often find it difficult to return to the carriageway.
The proposal to construct a new road to provide an access through Sainsbury’s car park via the old telephone exchange site cannot be taken forward because it would require the use of private land to provide public access. In order to achieve this, it would require the landowner to dedicate the route as public highway (in order to protect public right of access), something the landowner is not likely to consent to. Notwithstanding the legal issues, the cost of constructing a new road would be very high compared to the economic benefit that would be achieved and such a proposal would not be considered a high priority for bids for funding. There would also be significant safety concerns relating to the use of a car park for large volumes of through traffic.
The county council is currently undertaking a pilot study in order to determine its view on the introduction of 20 mph speed limits. Should the council agree to their introduction, the request for such limits at the suggested locations can be considered.
Principal Officer LTP and Travel Planning
Transport Planning & Programme Development Team
Nottinghamshire County Council
Tel: 0115 977 4866
Maws Lane/Hardy Street one-way proposal
- Accident saving at the Maws Lane/Eastwood Road junction.
- Retention of two parking spaces on Eastwood Road.
- The diversion route would be very long and would encourage motorists to ignore it. For example, residents living at the north end of Maws Lane or around Cornfield Road returning home via High Spannia would have to travel an additional mile, compared to the handful of yards they would travel if they took the risk of ignoring the restriction. Likewise, residents living in the Hardy Street area would have to travel an additional three quarters of a mile. The potential for motorists to ignore the one-way order has obvious safety concerns.
- The additional distance would add to journey time, thus increasing driver frustration which, in turn, would encourage motorists to travel at higher speeds. This has obvious safety issues. (A specific concern would be Hardy Street where the lack of any on-coming traffic would encourage a significant increase in speeds.)
- Additional journey distance would have a significant impact on the response times for emergency service vehicles.
- The current bus services that travel northbound up Hardy Street would need to be diverted via Eastwood Road and Maws Lane. This would have significant implications for journey times, service frequency and access to services for many residents.
- Increased driving distance would also be environmentally damaging, worsening air quality and adding to fuel use (which would also affect family incomes).
- An increase in the volume of traffic exiting Hardy Street at the Nine Corners junction could lead to an increase in the number of accidents at that junction. Visibility out of Nine Corners is, if anything, worse than that at Maws Lane.
- Given the above concerns, it is possible that a one-way system would generate more accidents than the present arrangement.
- Removing the alleged “confusion” over right of way on Maws Lane would increase vehicle speeds.
- Station Road is currently one-way westbound. Although the left turn manoeuvre out of Station Road onto Nine Corners is not banned, it is difficult. Theoretically, it would be made easier by the removal of northbound traffic from Nine Corners but, in practice, requiring all traffic from Station Road to turn left may not be feasible, especially for large vehicles. It is possible that the present one-way would need to be reversed. This would increase traffic volumes on Station Road significantly because it is likely to become the preferred route for traffic heading towards the town centre from Hardy Street.
- Loss of two parking spaces on Eastwood Road.
- It is likely that increasing the journey distance for traffic travelling from Main Road to Eastwood Road via the current Holly Road/High Spannia/Maws Lane route would lead to traffic diverting to other routes, notably Newdigate Road/Street. This would be considered a benefit to some residents and a disbenefit to others.
Introducing a one-way Order wouldn’t be especially expensive in itself: costs would be incurred for staff time undertaking the necessary consultation, drafting and making the required legal Order, and the manufacture and installation of the necessary signing. However, this would be relatively high for a one-way scheme, particularly given that there appears to be no evidence that it could be introduced with raising a considerable number of objections.
Notwithstanding all the above mentioned cons, compared to the very modest cost of removing the parking spaces on Eastwood Road, it is difficult to justify the more expensive (one-way) option simply to achieve the same end.
2) Aldi Store Stapleford
I have received some requests for updates on what is happening with the proposed Aldi development in Stapleford. The information that I have received from the Planning Department at Broxtowe is that planning permission is in place for development together with an added condition that the houses to be built at the same time as the store. Essentially – watch this space.
More information available from Steffan Saunders – Planning & Policy Manager Broxtowe Borough Council: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
3) 532 Bus – Selston – Eastwood via Kimberley
I reported in July that I had been contacted by a number of residents – very unhappy with the reduction in services that were then imminent, and have since been implemented. This particularly affects people in the Hardy Street, Cliff Boulevard, Alma Hill and Maws Lane vicinity of Kimberley. There are a good number of people who are elderly, who do not drive and therefore have no other means of getting into Kimberley for shopping.
Two years ago a lot of people got in touch about this service and I spent a fair amount of time pressing the County Council to take some action. They did respond positively then, however the current position worries me a lot.
I have made urgent representations to Nottinghamshire County Council about this matter and I have asked several weeks ago to meet up with Chris Ward the Manager for Transport & Travel Services.
I am still awaiting to hear back from the County Council. When there is more information I will let you know.
4) Newdigate Street and Main Street – road works, Kimberley
I received some complaints about the recent tarmac resurfacing undertaken in the above location.
I made the appropriate representations to:
District Manager Ashfield & Broxtowe
Via East Midlands Ltd
Tel 0300 5008080
email@example.com : wwwviaem.co.uk
If you have any comments on the work that was completed please let me know.
6) Nottingham University Hospital Cancer Trials
Friday 30 September 230pm – 430pm Nottingham City Hospital.
The Nottingham Cancer Clinical Trials Team (NCCTT), formed in 2008, helps patients take part in cancer clinical trials within Nottinghamshire. It is part of a larger network which has five groups specialising in different types of cancer including breast, gynaecological, head and neck cancer and haematological (blood) cancer. It has its own research treatment area where a highly skilled team administers new and established chemotherapy regimes, novel therapies (which target only the cancer cells), monoclonal antibodies (a type of biological therapy) and small molecule therapies (targeted therapies) along with different classes of genetically modified organisms and vaccines for many trial patients.
Come along to meet the team, have a tour of the facilities and learn about other types of cancer treatments and investigations the NCCTT participate in.
Places are limited at events and it is vital that you book your place. Please register by either emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0115 9249924 x76242.
7) A610 Road Noise Kimberley
Regular readers will know that this is very long running issue (I have been lobbying the County Council about this since 2001). I have started to receive further complaints again now from people in the Chantry Close and Kimberley Close areas of Kimberley.
If you are still affected by this is any way can you please let me know.
8) Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH)- long term partnership with Sherwood Forest Hospitals
Some of you may have read about various developments in the press. A question and answer session for the public is being held on Tuesday 27 September 5pm – 630pm Postgraduate Education Centre, QMC.
NUH Chief Executive and Chair, Peter Homa and Louise Scull are hosting this event to update NUH Trust members, volunteers and members of the public on the long-term partnership with Sherwood Forest Hospitals.
Places are limited at events so if you have not already registered your place, please do so by emailing email@example.com or calling 0115 9249924 x 63953.
9) Rumbletums Café and Training Project (Kimberley) is looking to appoint up to four new trustees
Rumbletums is a registered charity and their trustees make sure the organisation is running well and is doing what it was set up to do. This includes ensuring that Rumbletums:-
set the overall strategic direction, aims and objectives for Rumbletums
adopt the highest standards of governance in all they do
have the money they need
spend their money sensibly, on the activities it was raised for
follow the law, including preparing reports and accounts to send to the Charity Commission
don’t break the rules in their governing document (our constitution, trust deed or articles)
As a trustee of Rumbletums, you will use your skills and experience to make sure the organisation runs efficiently, to sustain and further develop our services and activities and to support and advise the staff team as and when necessary or appropriate. And you will joining a successful social enterprise already delivering valuable training to young adults with learning disabilities but with the potential to do much more in the future.
Rumbletums is also a company limited by guarantee and so anyone appointed as a trustee will also become a director of the company. The maximum personal liability attached to this is £10.
If you are interested in applying to become a trustee of Rumbletums (Kimberley) Ltd, please contact Derek Gardiner on 0115 9177944 for an informal chat or for more information and an application form.
10) Parking issue on Nottingham Road Kimberley, near to Broomhill Road
If you have problems accessing this (I did) – try: https://www.bce2018.org.uk/node/6483
In terms of Broxtowe as you will see if you click on the document there are radical proposals for Broxtowe. The southern half goes over the City boundary to merge with Nottingham South, with the northern parts extending northwards into Ashfield.
For the latest information on HS2, see: http://www.emcouncils.gov.uk/write/988_EMC_Policy_Brief_-_16_September_2016.pdf
Broxtowe Women’s Project Limited
14) Suggested recommended reading (current national issues)
This is a new item I introduced where I’ll post links to some of the best reads I’ve come across on a range issues recently. Hope you find them stimulating. Does not mean to say I endorse them, but they are interesting.
Just the one this month (have not had that much time for reading!)
“In order to lead the country out from this troubled time, we require a knowledge and empathy with all its parts”: https://medium.com/@Alison_McGovern/loyalty-vengeance-and-our-future-48373a006b32#.a2aymjmfo
Local Community Business Information
Sparkle and shine cleaning services
For a spotlessly clean home, weekly or fortnightly, deep cleans and one offs, also ironing. Competitive rates.
References available. Give Sarah a call on 07903 926432.
Insanity – fitness at your workplace or home.
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Insanity is the full body workout that will raise your total fitness levels to amazing standards.
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Professional reflexology treatments by Angela Henson MAR, an AoR and CNHC registered therapist based in Nuthall.
Taster sessions and gift vouchers available.
Tel- 07783 314107
Painting, decorating and general handyman services
Rob Hunt (lives locally) provides a comprehensive service. No job too small. References from customers available.
Contact: 07757 183867
ADSR ROOFING & BUILDING
A small local business for all roofing & building works.
EPDM rubber flat roofs, new traditional roofs slate concrete or clay tiles, fitted velux windows, new fascia and guttering, patios, garden walls.
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A charity preschool which has been open since 1978 and caters for children aged 2 years up until school age. We provide a safe, secure and caring environment in which children can learn and explore through play.
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Rosewood Therapy Clinic
Has been offering bespoke Aromatherapy treatments, Indian Head Massage and Hopi Ear Candle treatments for over 20 years. We welcome clients with stress, anxiety, depression, aches and pains, arthritis and anyone just wanting to relax. (Ladies only please). Located in Newthorpe.
Contact: Marie Wayte
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BEDROOM ZONE – Kimberley
Unbeatable prices on beds, carpet & bedroom furniture, mattresses etc.
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Quality Interior & Exterior Decorator
Lives locally in Codnor, all aspects of home decorating undertaken – Mick Whetton
Free, no obligation quote: 01773 512646 or 07890 881667
Finances First Lady
Taking away your financial administration headaches by providing the following services:
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Patient, friendly and reliable driving instructor based inKimberley.
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Woodside East Mids Ltd – MOT, Service, Repairs, free MOT with full service, Gate H Station Road/Hardy Street, Kimberley, NG16 2NR, 0115 9385523
Not Just Crafty – based in Giltbrook
Organise craft events for the local community to help promote small businesses
– Raise awareness of funding raising for LOCAL charities as part of their events
– Provide courses for new Crafters by skilled Crafters to help them gain skills to become self-employed
– more details from: www.notjustcrafty.co.uk
Man with a Van
Mobile MIG and TIG welding. Gates and fencing made to spec, gates repaired and refurbed, car welding repairs, light removals, house and garage clearances, gardening tree surgery, property maintenance, all jobs considered
Contact for a free quote: Rob Woodrow: phone: 07531 179352– based locally in Heanor
Rumbletums is a community café offering work experience and training placements to young adults with a learning disability.
The café has quickly established itself as a relaxed and friendly place to go and its excellent coffee, home-made cakes and tasty meals have received numerous compliments.
Rumbletums also runs a Parent and Toddler group each Tuesday from 1 00pm to 3 00pm and has two large meeting rooms available for hire.
Rumbletums opens from 9 30am to 3 00pm from Tuesday to Saturday at 2a Victoria Street, Kimberley (on the corner of Victoria Street and Newdigate Street, opposite Kimberley Parish Hall). Phone 0115 9384953.
Find all our information at http://rumbletums.org.uk/
Madhatter’s Coffee Shop Kimberley
Madhatters’s growing success is thanks to the local community supporting it by popping in for coffee, or visiting on one of our tapas, Greek or music nights.
The support is amazing and I would like to thank everyone sincerely. We are open for tea, coffee, fresh salad, jacket potatoes, baguettes, and of course gorgeous cakes!!!
Keep an eye on the blackboards for the next events, and on Facebook; http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/madhatters/139451719511260
Private parties available, catering for up to 30 guests – talk to the Madhatter for more information.
With love from the Madhatter
Contact for more information Nygel Stevenson
Wayne Brown Photography
Providing Bespoke Wedding-Model-Commercial- and Stunning Award Winning Portrait photography. We are also very proud of our HEALING HEARTS project for Families Affected by illness and Cancer working with The Lee Ryan Trust, and CancerUK. I offer my services free providing beautiful memories for your family.
Contact me via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Tel: 0115 8544615 Mob 0792 1835 305
to chat about what you have in mind.
fUJIDISTINCTION winner three times, 121 swpp awards since 2005 – portrait photographer of the month 17 times since 2004.
BILL PLANT Driving School – Based inKimberley. With our professional and friendly local driving instructors, you’ll enjoy a relaxed, positive and encouraging environment as you learn to drive. Driving lessons with the Bill Plant Driving School are very competitively priced, proudly offering at all times the offer that our UK learner drivers nationwide have come to know and adore, 5 lessons for £56* (*Terms & Conditions) Why not call ANDY, your local Bill Plant Instructor for more details. Tel: 07932 666903
Music ACT ( DJ Service )
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Tel: 07951 779895– based in Kimberley
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NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL Please call or e-mail for free quotation
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Jacques Niemand offers special offers on boot camps, personal training packages – all at very reasonable costs, situated inNottinghamor can be carried out in your home environment – contact Jacques –
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Cavendish Systems Ltd – Caring for your Computers
We provide a full range of computer services/repairs for home and small business users.
We work evenings and weekends for your convenience – our work is guaranteed – we can come to you or you can bring your computer to our workshop – if we cannot fix your problem, we charge no fee – we are Microsoft certified – we are locally based in Kimberley – we have decades of IT experience and contacts to call upon – full details of services and prices are on our website.
What our customers say “Great all-round knowledge” “Impeccable service & delivery” “Approachable and friendly” “Very professional” “Friendly, honest and intuitively skilled” “I have never had a problem that Chris can’t fix!”
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John Sherwin Ltd Specialist Motor Engineers Somercotes Hill, Somercotes, Alfreton,Derby DE55 4JS
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Neighbourhood pet care, pet boarding for caged birds and pets, also home visits, dog walking, feeding etc peace of mind references, collection/delivery service tel: Jenny on 0115 8494708; or mobile 0795 2751 019
73 Newton’s Lane, Cossall
Running from Baker Road, Newthorpe the business called Triple S offers: Computer Services based on a fixed rate fee. The main services range from a computer “MOT” to a full rebuild of the operating system, installation, services for Broadband and an “Anything Computers” one to one are available.
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I’m a local author living onVictoria Street,Kimberley. I’ve just published a children’s book which is an historical adventure based around Kimberley, Awsworth, Cossall, Ilkeston and Nottingham Castle in the year 1086.
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KHPhysiotherapy– fully qualified HCPC registered Physiotherapist based in Kimberley offering physiotherapy assessment and treatment as well as sports massage.
Assessment and treatment for a wide range of conditions such as:
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Can provide treatment at home if unable to travel.
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Golden goose classes
Are small friendly groups meeting for textile lessons in my home on the Gilthill, Kimberley. Classes are limited to 5 students in well equipped workroom. All levels of ability are catered for, from GCSE catch up – to recreational sewing. I am an experienced textile teacher with twenty years experience which I would now like to pass on in a more relaxed atmosphere. Classes cost £3.50 per hour for up to two hours. On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday during the morning or afternoon, and some evenings. During 2009 some of my students have made their own clothes, Advent calendars Shopping bags, wall hangings and full size machine pieced quilts.
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References given by all my local customers
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