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Tag: Ilkeston Road Stapleford

20 Dec 2017

Burglary On Ilkeston Road Stapleford. 

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At approximately 7pm on Tuesday the 19th of December 2017 an elderly female was subject of a terrifying attack in her own home on Ilkeston Road Stapleford. 

The three males pictured threatened the elderly female occupant and stole a Lenovo laptop, before making good their escape.

Police are appealing to anybody who has information about this crime to contact them on 101 quoting incident 719 of the 19th of December 2017 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

14 Apr 2017

Drivers could face delays during months of roadworks

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Drivers could face delays while Junction widening works are carried out on two busy roads in Stapleford.

Temporary traffic signals will be in place in both Ilkeston Road and Pasture Road while the work is carried out.

Work will begin in Ilkeston Road on August, 14 and is expected to last until until October 6, while repairs drivers in Pasture Road will face disruption between July, 17 and August 18.

The junction widening to accommodate a new development off Ilkeston Road.

Local residents fear they will face delays while the work is carried out.

Local resident Donna MacRae, said: “It has got to be done due to the development of the houses nearby. But traffic is horrendous already on this road, I dread to think what it will be like when they start.

“I hope the workers are considerate to residents for parking in front of their houses in the day. They park outside their homes and have no dropped kerb so this could be a problem.

“It does get busier during rush hour but there is still a lot of traffic using the road all hours of the day, especially lorries going down quite fast. it’s going to be quite bad when it starts.”

Another resident on the street, Alan Silverman, 65, said: “I just hope they don’t cause chaos and long delays. Everyone will want to get on with their morning routines without mile long queues because of roadworks.

“The quicker it’s done and over with the better.”

Members of Stapleford community centre fear they could face disruption.

Treasurer Irene Bexton, 67, said; “It gets awful down on this road before 9am, these roadworks will make that worse. Other people don’t see it like we do on the doorstep.

“Something is needed, but creating the nearby houses it will only create more traffic on the road and cause gridlock.

“I hope the workmen will be considerate to us.”

The Post reported in February that the Government had overturned a decision by Broxtowe Borough Council in April 2016 to refuse a planning application for 450 homes on farmland of Ilkeston Road. A total of 118 houses will be built during the first phase of the project.

The Post approached the Nottinghamshire County Council about the roadworks but a comment was not supplied at the time of going to press.

By Sarah Bryan, Nottingham Post 

25 Aug 2016

Person cut out of car after two-vehicle crash in Stapleford

Councillor Richard MacRae, Latest News, Nottingham Evening Post, Stapleford Fire Station Tags: , , , , 0 Comments

A person had to be cut out of a car after a two-vehicle crash in Stapleford.
Nottinghamshire Police were called to the collision shortly after 6pm today at the junction of Hickings Lane and Ilkeston Road.

The driver of one of the cars was taken to hospital. No-one involved in the crash are thought to have serious injuries.

At 7.10pm, spokeswoman for the police told the Post: “The crash needed a full road closure and that is still in place at the moment.

“Both vehicles are in the process of being recovered and we have contacted the county council’s highways agency because of oil on the road.”

Councillor Richard MacRae, Independent Councillor for Stapleford, was walking to the nearby Co-op store when the crash happened.

He said: “There were two cars involved in the crash and Ilkeston and Stapleford fire crews were there, two ambulances as well as the three police vehicles all armed response.

“I asked one of the fireman and said the armed response was not to do with the crash. I reckon the road will be closed for at least another hour.”

By Jemma Page, Nottingham Post 

23 Jun 2016

Double Yellow Lines on Ilkeston Road, Decision Deferred.

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No Double Yellow Lines

The proposal regarding new Traffic Road Order on Ilkeston Road to address the issue of traffic accessing the new housing development came up for approval at Nottinghamshire County Council Highways Committee this morning.

County Councillor Stan Heptinstall was on the Committee and has said that the decision was deferred after he asked for further consideration of the possibility of accessing developer contributions to provide proper access by residents to affected properties.The officers present agreed to look at this.

It was also agreed that any new Traffic Road Orders should await the start of work on the development rather than be put in ahead of this.

This is great news and we would like to thank Councillor Stan Heptinstall for this.

02 Feb 2016

Notts TV News – People in Stapleford say no to double yellow lines

Councillor Richard MacRae, Nottingham County Council, NottsTV Tags: , , , , 0 Comments

People in Stapleford say that new plans for double-yellow lines along their road will leave them isolated from their friends and family. The proposal’s part of clearing the way for vehicles to work on a new housing development near Ilkeston Road.

Click Here To Watch NottsTV Coverage

01 Feb 2016

No Double Yellow Lines On Ilkeston Road/Melbourne Road, Stapleford

Councillor Richard MacRae, Help & Advice, Nottingham County Council Tags: , , , , 0 Comments

No Double Yellow Lines



01 Feb 2016


Help & Advice, Nottingham County Council Tags: , , , , 0 Comments

No Double Yellow Lines

In order to facilitate the new housing development to the north of Ilkeston Road ( Field Farm) and to assist vehicles turning right into the development, Nottinghamshire County Council is proposing to introduce NO Waiting At Any Time restrictions ( Double Yellow Lines) along Ilkeston Road and Melbourne Road, Stapleford




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