A614 junction improvements

Computer generated images and photography are intended solely for illustrative purposes and should be treated as general guidance only. Details are subject to change as the design process progresses.

Ollerton Roundabout

Consultation events held in Ollerton – Summer 2019

  • enlarged conventional roundabout – 5 arms instead of 6
  • capacity increases
  • two circulatory lanes around the roundabout
  • speed limit will be reduced on approaches
  • two toucan crossings
  • estimated cost £7.4 million
  • scheme requires third party land to be acquired by negotiation and/or compulsory purchase
  • new residential access added at No.1 Forest Side in response to consultation feedback received (not shown in visualisation below)

Visualisation

Ollerton Roundabout CGI Illustration

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Mickledale Lane

Online consultation took place 17 May – 6 June 2021 

  • construction of a new roundabout on the A614
  • a new road connecting the A614 and Mickledale Lane, with a 30mph speed limit
  • scheme requires third party land to be acquired by negotiation and/or compulsory purchase
  • close the existing Mickledale junction with the A614 (near the four cottages) to become a cul-de-sac accessed from the east, off the new link road
  • provide new accesses to Strawson Ltd from the new link road
  • estimated cost £5.3 million.

Visualisation

Mickledale Lane Junction

Mickledale Lane Plan

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Deerdale Lane

The improvement scheme at Deerdale Lane has been omitted from the funding bid. Due to the complexity of removing the hidden dip on the A614 close to the Deerdale Lane junction, as well as the costs of diverting underground utilities equipment, it was decided that the scheme could not be progressed.

The County Council will now look at a low-cost alternative solution for this junction.

White Post Roundabout

  • maintenance scheme – resurfacing and lining
  • estimated cost £100,000

Warren Hill - updated October 2020

  • provide a ‘tiger tail’ merge (like a usual slip road arrangement)
  • a proposed banned right turn which will prevent people doing a U-turn from the north on A614 to south on A6097
  • estimated cost £490k

Warren Hill

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Lowdham Roundabout - new proposed layout

Consultation events held in Lowdham – Summer 2019

  • non-standard elliptical (oval) shape
  • capacity increased to cater for future forecast traffic growth, the design includes three approach lanes on the A612 Nottingham Road for example
  • two circulatory lanes around the roundabout
  • scheme avoids amenity area at the cricket pitch and playing fields
  • loss of trees reduced significantly, and no trees are affected around the cricket pitch
  • attenuation pond added for drainage purposes with additional planting proposed to improve biodiversity (not shown in visualisation)
  • Nottingham Road adjacent to the war memorial will stay the same as it is now
  • speed limit reduced to 30mph on all approaches to the junction
  • toucan crossing included on A6097 Epperstone Bypass (north) arm to provide a safe crossing point across the dual carriageway and improve connectivity to Lowdham village
  • scheme requires third party land to be acquired by negotiation and/or compulsory purchase
  • estimated cost £4million

Visualisation

Lowdham junction

Lowdham Roundabout

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A6097 Bridgford Street/Kirk Hill Junction - new addition to scheme 

Online consultation took place 2-22 November 2020

  • capacity increased to cater for future forecast traffic growth
  • two ahead lanes along the A6097 Bridgford St in both directions plus separately signalled right turn lanes to both East Bridgford and Newton villages
  • improvements to the geometry of Kirk Hill to improve traffic efficiency and road safety
  • scheme requires third party land to be acquired by negotiation and/or compulsory purchase
  • estimated cost £4 million

Visualisation

Kirk Hill Junction

Kirk Hill Junction

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