Crossings closure proposals to be considered at Broxtowe Borough Council


Local Conservative Councillors have asked that the Network Rail Crossing Closure proposals are considered at the Broxtowe Borough Council Policy and Performance Committee at 7pm on January 18th. There is a public gallery for those residents who wish to see the debate.


Attenborough Rail Crossings Update

Following our communications with Network Rail, they have apologised for the poor communications so far and agreed to extend the consultation period to Wednesday  January 25th 2017 and afterwards hold a public information event at Attenborough Village Hall on Wednesday February 8th, 3pm-7.30pm.

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All three crossings are important to people in the village, our local area and beyond.

Sign our on-line petition at:

Individuals should also respond to the Network Rail consultation by email or post.

Watch this space for further details.

Attenborough Pedestrian Rail Crossings

Many residents in Attenborough will have received yesterday, Friday 16th December, a copy of the letter below from Network Rail dated 28th November. Working with Anna Soubry MP, we will ensure that residents are kept fully informed and able to have their views fully considered, including at a public information event locally. These proposals have far reaching impacts not only for local residents, but for Broxtowe Borough and even wider. Individuals can also respond by email to or via a national helpline 03457114141, although the latter has an arduous telephone keypad menu.





Broxtowe Constituency Boundary Changes Consultation

The Boundary Commission have proposed that Broxtowe Parliamentary Constituency is split up with Beeston, Chilwell, Attenborough, Toton and Chilwell Meadows becoming part of a larger Nottingham South Constituency including the Market Square and the Meadows. The other parts of Broxtowe joining in with Hucknall to form a new Broxtowe and Hucknall constituency. For more details, including what the current bourdaries are, see the link below and put in your postcode.

To respond to the consultation see