Here you can find out more about the panel and its outcomes.

Councillor Neil Clarke MBE visits Hoveringham to explain more about how we're improving road repairs


Lee Wright from Via East Midlands talks about what it's like to work in the highways team

A highways worker from Nottinghamshire has spoken of his pride in maintaining the county’s road network, as latest figures show the scale of improvements being made by the county council.


Councillor Neil Clarke MBE talks about the progress of the improvements we're making to road repairs

Almost one year on from the Highways Review Panel’s first meeting, recommendations have led to improvements including quadrupling the amount of patching being done across the county each day, and a 104% increase in performance of the patching teams.

This means that the eight permanent patching teams are repairing the equivalent of almost 20 continuous miles of road each year.

Nottinghamshire’s new Highways Hub is now operational and is set to improve the efficiency and quality of road repairs across the county. Based at the Via East Midlands Bilsthorpe Highways Depot, the new hub will improve communications with residents, businesses, and road users ahead of and during works, ensuring people are better informed about improvements in their area ahead of the start of any schemes. Find out more about the hub. 


How to report a highways defect on the MyNotts App

The MyNotts App is just one of the ways that Nottinghamshire residents can report highways issues to us, so here we explain how the app works.


Highways Review Panel recommendations

Hear Councillor Neil Clarke MBE, Chairman of the review panel, explain the recommendations which have been made following the final meeting of the panel.


Visiting the Bilsthorpe Depot

Councillors visited the Bilsthorpe highways depot in July 2021 to meet front-line road workers and see the variety of maintenance techniques currently in use across Nottinghamshire.


Outcomes of the first panel meeting

Councillor Neil Clarke MBE, Chairman of the panel, explains the outcomes of the panel's first meeting on 14 July 2021.

An introduction to the panel

Councillor Neil Clarke MBE, Chairman of the panel, explains more about the panel and its remit.


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