Public meeting planned to discuss controversial road safety proposals in Bestwood Village

 Public meeting planned to discuss controversial road safety proposals in Bestwood Village
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Residents are to hold a public meeting to discuss road safety measures being proposed in Bestwood Village.

Nottingham City Council is proposing adding more speeding humps in the Kings’ Park Area of the village, which meeting organiser Tom Reed said ‘would give us 40 speed humps on the road in total’.

The public meeting takes place this Wednesday (11) at Bestwood Miners’ Welfare in the village at 7pm.

The meeting will be chaired by Cllr Chris Baron from Ashfield District Council.

Mr Reed told Gedling Eye: “This is a public open meeting for anyone that uses the road wherever they are from

“It is very important that everyone has their say about the proposals.

“We have managed to get the works halted so this consultation could happen. It’s now up to you, the people, to do your bit and have your say about the situation.”

“I’d urge you to use your voice and make use of your right to say what you think for or against these plans that will affect our community moving forward.

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  • already been closed off for the best part of 2020 due to flooding and new houses being built in the nottingham city end of village,flooding at goosedale end so why does bestwood village need any new safety issues try opening the village first,20mins this morning from goosedale to mill lane bestwood village,i think the county council is pulling the villagers legs by even suggesting this idea ,tell barnfather(coun) no open the village first as its one thing after another with them.

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