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A52 Brian Clough Way – night-time road closures – Monday 19th August – Friday 23rd August

 

From Monday 19th August to Friday 23rd August, there will be overnight closures on both the A52 Brian Clough Way westbound and eastbound carriageways.  Work will be carried out to install signs and kerbs.  The road will not be closed until 11.00pm on Tuesday 20th August to due to the Derby County Football Club game.

 

A52 Westbound closed from 8.00pm to 6.00am (from 11.00pm on Tuesday 20th August, due to DCFC game)

Westbound carriageway will be closed from Raynesway to Pentagon Island

Diversion route – Raynesway, Derby Road, Nottingham Road.

 

A52 Eastbound closed from 10.00pm to 6.00am (from 11.00pm on Tuesday 20th August, due to DCFC game)

Eastbound carriageway will be closed from Pentagon Island to Raynesway, including eastbound on-slip to A52 from Wyvern Way

Diversion routes

Eastbound closures – Nottingham Road, Derby Road

Wyvern Way closure – Derwent Parade, Pride Parkway, Holmes Bridge, Darwin Place, Eastgate, Pentagon Island, Nottingham Road, Derby Road

 

The road will be re-opened earlier if works are completed ahead of the scheduled times.

 

Further details about the scheme are available on the A52 Scheme webpage.  This will be regularly updated, along with social media updates, as the scheme progresses.

Get to know your neighbours! PridePark.net is hosting a free event, kindly hosted by TC Harrison on Wednesday 11th September, 4.30pm-6.00pm.

During the event, The Intu Centre will launch an exclusive incentive scheme; employees and businesses of Pride Park and The Wyvern Business Park will be able to park, at any of the Intu Centre car parks* for up to 2 hours, between 11am-3pm every weekday for just £1.50 inc VAT (usually £3.10).

“It has always been a bugbear of mine to run an errand in the City Centre and it cost £3.10 to do so. Not only will the initiative support retailers but, this discounted car parking ticket will also help employees ‘pop into town’ to do some lunchtime shopping and meet friends,” commented Yvonne Gorman, who runs Pride-Park-based Essential Print Services and is also a sponsor for PridePark.net.

“To make the car parking even better value for money, I would encourage people to car share. I also urge businesses on The Wyvern Business Park and Pride Park to buy the tickets in bulk so, they can be distributed or re-sold in the office, which will save time during lunch breaks,” added Yvonne.

The event will also include talks, an exhibition and networking opportunities for businesses and decision-makers who work on Pride Park or The Wyvern Business Park.

Book your event tickets here.

For further information, please call PridePark.net’s Sponsor; Essential Print Services on 01332 418377 and ask for Yvonne Gorman.

These exclusive, pre-paid car parking tickets will be available to buy on-the-day by cash or card.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

  • Due to health & safety reasons, this is a ticket-only event.
  • On-site parking is available at TC Harrison – car sharing is encouraged.
  • Free refreshments during the event.
  • After the event, discounted car park tickets are available from the Intu Centre office or from Essential Print Services*

*Matalan Car Park not applicable.
**Intu Centre Office, near the Food Court. Essential Print Services, 2 Victoria Way, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8AN. Near Derby Arena. Phone ahead on 01332 418377 and we’ll have the tickets ready for you.

 

The Hannells team is growing!

Hannells, Derby’s leading estate & lettings agency is delighted to announce the arrival of  Richard who has joined their busy Lettings team.

Richard joins the team with a history of success in varied roles in the lettings industry as a Negotiator, Valuer and Office Manager.

Richard also has specialist knowledge of student lets and will be heading up this arm of the Hannells Lettings service.

Director Benjamin Brain said: ‘It’s a pleasure to welcome Richard to the team. With his years of experience in all forms of residential lettings and his background in homes of multiple occupancy and student lets, he will be able to bring a whole host of additional skills to our already thriving lettings division’

Visit the Hannells’ website to find out more about their new recruit.

Stanier Way/Wyvern Way Roundabout – next phase of construction to commence Friday 9 August

Work will take place during the morning of Friday 9 August to change the traffic management at the Stanier Way roundabout. Traffic will be switched to run on a section of the newly constructed roundabout.  There will also be changes to the pedestrian route between Stanier Way and Wyvern Way.  Changes are shown on the attached plan.

This will allow work to commence on the next phase of the construction in the lead up to re-opening the roundabout on 9 September 2019.

Off-peak A52 Eastbound lane closure – Monday 12 to Friday 16 August – These closures will no longer be required.

Further details about the scheme are available on the A52 Scheme webpage.  This will be regularly updated, along with social media updates, as the scheme progresses.

 

The Annual Pattonair Autumn Ball is on Friday, October 4th, 2019
The Roundhouse, Pride Park, Derby

It’s the black-tie event with one aim – to raise money for charity.

This is the third Autumn Ball, which will be raising money for Dementia UK, to help provide a dedicated specialist Admiral nurse for the Derbyshire area. All funds raised will be donated to Dementia UK.

The Pattonair Charity Ball will include the following fun and entertainment on the night;

  • Reception drinks
  • 3-course dinner – View Menu
  • Auction
  • Live music – View Band
  • Entertainment throughout the evening
  • Guest speakers
  • Dancing
  • Prizes

You can purchase tickets directly from Eventbrite – booking fees apply.

  • Free MOT with every service
  • Free 30 Point Check with Every Hunter Wheel Alignment
  • MOT £25
  • £10/£10 discount on servicing

For more information call 01332 898293.

On Wednesday 31st July a team of young people will be at Derby Pride Academy where they will be cycling the distance of 4500 Derby County football pitches!

They are working hard to promote this event, which will be live-streamed by social media accounts and available for all to watch! The team is made up of fifteen 16-year-olds and our team leader Lauren, who will be aiming to secure £30 sponsors per person.

The team is looking for the support of local businesses who may wish to sponsor our event or give donations which we can use to support our charity raffle on Tuesday. Their Hub is based at pride park we would be willing to meet with any businesses that may require voluntary labour in return for a donation to our charity.

The event will raise funds for a local charity called The Laura Centre. The charity works to supply counselling and support for children who have lost parents and parents who have lost a child. The centre is funded solely by donations from the public and the event is set about to raise £1000 for this chosen charity. 70% of these donations to help renovate the waiting and counselling rooms at the centre and giving a 30% cash donation directly to the charity.

Monday 12th – Friday 16th August

Off-peak lane closure on the A52 eastbound carriageway, from 9.30am to 3.30pm each weekday, from Monday 12th – Friday 16th August.

The inside lane will be closed between Pentagon Island and Wyvern whilst safety barrier works continue.

 

Monday 19th August – Friday 23rd August

There will be the following overnight closures on the westbound and eastbound carriageways, to allow for the installation of the safety barrier and signage works.

 

8.00pm – 6.00am – Westbound closures (from 11.00pm on Tuesday 20th August, due to DCFC game)

Westbound carriageway will be closed from Raynesway to Pentagon Island

Diversion route – Raynesway, Derby Road, Nottingham Road.

 

10.00pm – 6.00am – Eastbound closures (from 11pm on Tuesday 20th August, due to DCFC game)

Eastbound carriageway will be closed from Pentagon Island to Raynesway, including eastbound on-slip at Wyvern

Diversion route – Nottingham Road, Derby Road for eastbound closure, and Derwent Parade, Pride Parkway, Holmes Bridge, East Gate, Pentagon Island, Nottingham Road, Derby Road for the on-slip closure.

 

The road will be re-opened earlier if works are completed ahead of the scheduled times.

 

Reopening of slip road

The westbound off-slip road on to the Wyvern is due to reopen on Monday 9th September.

 

Also, to make you aware, there are provisional dates booked in for surfacing works on the A52.  These are currently scheduled as follows:

 

2nd – 13th September

Overnight closures on the westbound carriageway, from Raynesway to Pentagon Island.

 

16th – 27th September

Overnight closures on the eastbound carriageway, from Pentagon Island to Raynesway.

 

The closures will run from 8.00pm until 6.00am each day.  Diversions will be in place, and more details will be issued once these works have been confirmed.

 

Further details about the scheme are available on the A52 Scheme webpage.  This will be regularly updated, along with social media updates, as the scheme progresses.

 

New parking offers are available at the Park and Ride parking facility, which is situated next to Derby Arena on Pride Park. Not only do they offer parking for people working in the Pride Park area, but the Park and Ride service offered by Derby City Council is also a fantastic way to get to the city at a low cost. The Park and Ride service allow up to seven people to travel on the bus on one ticket.

We are now offering heavily discounted costs for Season tickets when compared to paying for a daily or weekly ticket. With a 12-month season ticket, you can park for as little as £2.07 per day. Further discounts are available for bulk purchases upon application.

If you have limited parking space for your employees, the Park and Ride car park would be an ideal place for them to park, with the car park being in a central position within the Pride Park area.

The car park is open from 7am to 7pm, Monday to Friday.

The Park and Ride service works in partnership with Arriva who operate the Pride Park, Park and Ride bus route.

If you are interested in purchasing a season ticket or would like further information, please get in contact by sending an email to businessdev@derby.gov.uk with the subject P&R.

Pride Park’s civil and structural engineering company BSP Consulting has sponsored a boat used by Nottingham and Union Rowing Club to help train hopefuls aiming to join the GB Rowing Team.

The boat – named ‘BSP Structural Support’ – is currently mainly being used by two junior rowers who are in trials for the Great Britain Rowing Team.

BSP Consulting business development director Jef Todd said: “We are delighted to support a local rowing club and help nurture young talent in this exciting sport. We wish all the best for everyone who uses BSP Structural Support and hopes that it brings success for the two young GB hopefuls.”

The boat sponsored and named by BSP Consulting is an Empacher – a German make of boat favoured by many international crews, which is used for doubles sculling.

Club captain Trevor Rainbow said: “We are very grateful to BSP Consulting for the company’s generous donation to Nottingham and Union Rowing Club. It is always very welcome to receive support from local businesses and organisations.

“BSP Structural Support will be a regular sight during training practices on the River Trent and at events and competitions around the country.”

BSP Consulting, based at Oxford Street, Nottingham, and with branches in Derby, Leicester and Sheffield, was founded in 1999 and is this year marking its 20th anniversary.

It is one of the largest independent civil and structural engineering firms in the East Midlands, providing a comprehensive range of consultancy services in civil, structural, geotechnical, transportation and environmental engineering to all sectors of the construction community, from architects, project managers and contractors to developers and estate agents.