New Year Roadworks at Manor Park

During 2021 villagers and visitors suffered unprecedented and disruptive roadworks in Ruddington – many of them to facilitate the construction of four major new housing developments on our former Green Belt.

Thankfully, so far, things are looking rather quieter to start 2022. The first major highway work this month is for Severn Trent to dig up Loughborough Road in two places – firstly on a Sunday* and then on a Thursday** – with potentially disruptive temporary traffic lights in use during both.

More significant for those who live on Manor Park, or parents/guardians who drive children to James Peacock Infant & Nursery School, are the multi-way temporary traffic lights which will be in place on the only vehicular access route (top photo). These are planned for four days from Monday 17th January for Severn Trent to put in a new water connection. It would be wise to allow a little extra time for your journeys during this period.

The full list of known Ruddington roadworks this month can be found below:-

The new retirement complex at Manor Park is now under construction

Residents and visitors can expect some disruption for drivers, and also passengers using Kinchbus 9, CT4N Services 22 & 23 & Nottingham City Transport’s Navy 3 & Green 10C/10X Rushcliffe Country Park/Ruddington Fields buses and the NottsBus Connect Service 863 during these works.

{NOTE: The above details are subject to potential change and updates due to the weather and other operational reasons. will provide timely revisions, here on our website, whenever we can.  LAST UPDATE: 6.00am Wednesday 5th December}

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