Tag: Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council

Responding to the ‘My Town Nuneaton’ Consultation

Nuneaton is one of the towns that has been selected to receive money from the government’s Towns Fund, under the Towns Investment Plan, to develop regeneration proposals. The Borough Council has been calling for comments from residents on five key areas where the fund can be put to use: Local transport Digital connectivity Urban regeneration Arts, culture and heritage Skills.

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Asking Warwickshire and Nuneaton for their Plans to Enable Cycling

Following on from the blog article last week asking whether COVID-19 will cause a ‘new normal’ in local transport plans, and the recent government announcements about emergency funds for cycling and a five-year plan to double cycling rates in the country, I’ve written another letter. This time I’m writing to both Warwickshire County Council and Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council

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Pingles Leisure Centre

Redevelopment of Nuneaton’s Leisure Facilities

Nuneaton and Bedworth Council (NBBC) have announced plans to make significant improvements to its leisure facilities including a new, replacement leisure centre in Bedworth, new facilities to the North of Nuneaton – and the enhancement of the existing Pingles Leisure Centre just south of the town centre. However, there are some aspects of the plan for Pingles that concern me

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Nuneaton Car Park Tariff Board

The Folly of Reducing Car Parking Charges

Locally, the issue of car parking charges has cropped up from time-to-time, with some politicians arguing for a reduction, e.g. £1.00 for 3 hours parking at weekdays. The argument for a reduced car parking charge is that it will encourage visits to the town centre, and with it being a fixed cost for a longer period of time, these visits

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K-Frame Barrier

K-Frame Barriers – Part 4: A Director Responds

The ongoing saga relating to access restrictions on cycle paths, specifically Nuneaton’s Weddington Walk (part of National Cycle Network Route 52) continues following receipt of a response to my questions, this time from a Council director. The contents of that reply are copied below. I was a little disappointed that the email was headed ‘Draft’ in the subject, almost like

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