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The planned roadworks and road changes in Gedling borough

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A number of roadworks, and changes to the roads, are set to take place on Gedling borough’s roads during the next few weeks.

The roadworks and road changes include things such as speed alterations, repair works and changing the layout of the roads. 

Most of the roadworks are being undertaken by Nottinghamshire County Council while a couple are being led by Severn Trent Water, National Grid and OpenReach

These are the roadworks and closures you need to know about

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Arnold Lane, Gedling
26 March
Roadworks and delays likely
Responsibility for works: Openreach

Lambley Lane, Gedling
22 March – 25 March
Delays likely due to road closure
Responsibility for works: National Grid

Westdale Lane East, Gedling
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks and delays likely. Work taking place to refresh road marking on most roads that junction onto Westdale Lane West between Unity Crescent & Pierrepont Avenue.
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Whittingham Road, Mapperley
20 March – 22 March
Delays likely due to road closure
Responsibility for works: Cadent

Cavendish Road, Carlton
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refresh road markings on all junctions and entire length
Works location: Between Westdale Lane & Beck Street
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

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County Road, Gedling
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refresh road markings on all junctions.
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Crosslands Meadow, Colwick
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refresh road markings
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Deabill Street, Netherfield
26 March – 29 March
Roadworks and delays possible
Responsibility for works: Severn Trent Water

Gunthorpe Road, Gedling
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refresh road markings on all junctions
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Lambley Lane, Burton Joyce
24 March
Roadworks and delays possible
Responsibility for works: Cadent

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Lascelles Avenue, Gedling
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refreshing road markings on all junctions
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Mansfield Road, Woodthorpe
24 March
Roadworks, Delays possible to remove and reinstate 10m Lamp Column at junction with Thackerays Lane
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Marshall Hill Drive, Mapperley
20 March – 22 March
Roadworks and delays possible
Responsibility for works: Severn Trent Water

Moss Close, Arnold
19 March – 22 March
Roadworks and delays possible
Responsibility for works: Severn Trent Water

Perlethorpe Avenue, Gedling
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refresh road markings on all side streets
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Priory Road, Gedling
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refresh road markings at the junction with First, Second & Third Avenue
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Rutland Road, Gedling
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refresh road makings on all junctions
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Shelford Road, Gedling
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refresh road markings on all junctions between Stanhope Road & Digby Avenue.
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

Stanhope Road, Gedling
25 March – 28 March
Roadworks to refresh road markings on all junctions between Shelford Road & Gunthorpe Road.
Responsibility for works: Nottinghamshire County Council

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  1. The condition of roads (potholes) in Gedling is a disgrace! Spending money on road markings is yet another example of not sorting out the real issues.

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