Infrastructure Focus Group

(Updated 23/02/2023)

Footpaths in the Area


  • Continue to develop proposals to re-route the main road to the Hub Station alongside the A52;
  • Work with local and national agencies to develop a LCWIP (Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan) for the Area that addresses expected needs for the next 20 years;
  • Develop outline proposals for the road network through the Barracks as well as the access to Toton Lane / Stapleford Lane.


The following are documents from the Infrastructure Focus Group. If you have questions, please use our Contact Us page


Notes of a Meeting 9th December 2021
Minutes of Meeting 29th November 2021
Minutes of Meeting 8th November 2021
Minutes of Meeting 22nd March 2021
Minutes of Meeting 18th January 2021


  • Two Consultations - There are two recent consultations that you may be interested in responding to:- 1. Nottinghamshire’s Electric Vehicle Charging Strategy – see here The link to the consultation is at the bottom of the page and is a very short survey, … Continue reading
  • Design Codes follow on: Road Junction Study - As you would have seen in the Design Codes document and Master Plan there is what you may consider a strange road layout arrangement at Bardills Roundabout. This was a very early idea that took into consideration the advent of … Continue reading
  • CTTCNF Design Codes - As previously reported, we are now happy to release our own Design Codes for you to read and comment upon. These come on the back of the EMDevCo Design Codes consultation, which will now be open until the 30th April. … Continue reading
  • Independent Examination – Brief Report - The Examination of the Neighbourhood Plan took place through Thursday 10th November from 10:00 am to 5:00pm. On the Plan page, you will find a link to the YouTube video that was livestreamed at the time. The Examiner did an … Continue reading
  • Nottinghamshire County Council Bid for Toton’s £40m Link Road - Update: This Bid Failed. See This link for more information. (Note the information in the article is not completely accurate, the 4,500 homes figure is the capacity of Chetwynd Barracks + The Strategic Land for Growth. Chetwynd Barracks has a … Continue reading
  • Toton & Chetwynd Barracks Masterplan – Final Call - The 14th January 2022 is the last opportunity for you to make your comments on Broxtowe Borough Council’s Strategic Masterplan for our Area. Click on the image below to go to the display and make your comments Comments can also … Continue reading
  • Integrated Rail Plan and Broxtowe Masterplan - The Government has (at last) published their Integrated Rail Plan which decides the future of the Toton HS2 Hub. We will be formulating our views over the next few days and weeks but, within all the noise created by the … Continue reading
  • Infrastructure Focus Group – Sustainable & Active Travel - Following on from Ian’s Infrastructure Focus Group introduction on 3rd July, here is a link to one of the papers mentioned that was in the final stages of completion at the time Chetwynd and Toton Area Development – Sustainable and Active Travel and now … Continue reading
  • Forum Digest 3rd July 2021 - An introduction to the Infrastructure Focus Group The Forum Steering Group decided to set up focus groups to support their work and develop some specific areas of insight and expertise to help further the aims of the Forum in delivering … Continue reading
  • Achieving Community Power Revolution Webinar - One of the Aspirations included in our Neighbourhood Plan is to be “Energy Positive”. By including green power generation, storage and distribution as part of the design of the neighbourhood and building energy efficient homes, our aspiration is that the … Continue reading