Transport & Streets
Bassetlaw District Council strongly recommends using the accessibility guides provided on the BBC accessibility website "My Web My Way". The guides provided by the BBC are broken down into five sections which the buttons below will direct you to...
Information about what an abandoned vehicle is, and how to report it to the Council.
Car Parks In Retford
Information about parking in Retford, including locations, prices and available spaces.
Car Parks In Worksop
Information about parking in Worksop, including locations, prices and available spaces.
Information about the Gritting Routes in Bassetlaw, this is the responsibility of Nottinghamshire County Council.
The Council's professional, independent MOT testing service for private and commercial vehicles.
Public Rights Of Way
Information about public rights of way in Bassetlaw and Nottinghamshire.
Information on public transport services in Bassetlaw. Including buses, trains and airports.
Roads, Highways, Pavements & Lighting
Information on roads, highways, pavements and street lighting in Bassetlaw.
Report A Broken Street Light
Information on how to report a broken street light, this is the responsibility of Nottinghamshire County Council.
Report A Pothole
Information on how to Report a Pothole, this is the responsibility of Nottinghamshire County Council.
Waterways In Bassetlaw
Information about the waterways in Bassetlaw, including the Chesterfield Canal and Waterscape.
Street Care & Cleaning
Information about Street Care and Cleaning within the District of Bassetlaw.
Public weighbridges in Nottinghamshire where you can check the weight of vehicles or livestock up to three tonnes
Where Are The Accessibility Features For This Website?
Many accessibility benefits can be achieved by making adjustments to the operating system or internet browser you are using. It makes much more sense to make these permanent alterations which you require, so that every website you visit, adjusts to your preferred accessibility options, not just websites by Bassetlaw District Council.
The advice given on the BBC accessibility website "My Web My Way" is so comprehensive and easy to follow, we would simply be trying to re-invent the wheel, so instead, we strongly advise using these guides to make the changes you require. This will ensure every website you visit is suited to your needs.