Contains 6 folders and 28 resources
The Greater Nottingham Accessibility Strategy follows on from the Framework Accessibility Strategy by detailing how Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council will implement the measures to improve accessibility and bring about the associated benefits such as to improve health and social care outcomes, to improve attendance and attainment in education, to promote work as the best form of welfare for people of working age, to raise the levels of social inclusion, neighbourhood renewal and regional prosperity, to enhance opportunity and tackle social exclusion in rural areas, and to improve access to countryside leisure and exercise opportunities and to increase participation in culture and sport.
This Appendix summarises the relevant policies, programmes, plans and strategies reviewed for LTP3 in accordance with the guidance on Strategic Environmental Assessment. This forms part of the baseline data that has been used to develop the objectives by which the LTP3 strategy options will be assessed.
A sustainable travel strategy for the Lenton Lane and Queens Drive Industrial Estates
This strategy outlines the agreements made by Partners to work together in the spirit of partnership to improve the reliability and punctuality of bus services in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
This Guidance should help prevent public rights of way (PROW) from being overlooked or not being properly addressed in the planning process. This is essential reading for anyone involved with a new development that involves consideration of whether planning permission should be granted, whether the site or property has any PROW over or adjoining it and how these public rights should be lawfully treated. One important point to remember; it is a criminal offence to obstruct or otherwise interfere with a PROW without the authority to do so.
The purpose of this Highway Asset Management Plan is to describe how the public highway asset of Nottingham City Council is managed. By bringing together all goals, objectives and policies with existing information, we intend to show how the principles of asset management will be used to ensure our combined transport services provide best value for money in meeting the requirements of its citizen and not just to keep the highway safe to use, but also to assist in regeneration, social inclusion and protecting the health and safety of the community and the environment. Our aim is to provide a reliable, safe, and efficient network and in doing so optimise the available resources, provide value and accountability. To do this the culture of the transport services we provide will need to adapt so that our systems, procedures, and methods of working are fully coordinated. By aligning this document with the Local Transport Plan (LTP), management of the use of improvement actions outlined within this document will enhance the strength of the LTP.
This Integrated Impact Assessment Report contains the outcomes of the Integrated Impact Assessment (IIA) of the Local Transport Plan 2011-2026 (LTP3) for Nottingham City and has been prepared by Nottingham City Council.
A map of completed 20mph areas across Nottingham
Area travel plan for the Nottingham Business Park
Development plan document 2012
Study conducted in 2008 to determine the feasibilityof the introduction of a car club into Nottingham
Presentation of Nottingham's Cycle City Ambitions
This document sets out a vision and action plan to raise awareness of the Leen corridor within the Nottingham City area.
information on the enforcement of 20mph limits
Provides good practice and design approaches for the City Centre
Provides good practice and design approaches for the Neighbourhood Areas