Plans approved for Hucknall Relief Road

December 17, 2013 5:55 pm


Plans for a new inner-relief road through the centre of Hucknall have been approved. Nottinghamshire County Council’s Planning and Licensing Committee have given the go-ahead to the proposals, which will see the construction of a new road between Annesley Road and Station Road.

The road is part of a wider £12 million plan to regenerate Hucknall town centre by easing congestion on the High Street and turning part of it into a pedestrian precinct.  The new 450m-long road would run parallel to High Street and pass through a number of existing streets. Some homes would have to be demolished to make way for the road, while a handful of shops in High Street will be affected.

For more detail on this scheme visit our Major Developments page.

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