Rushcliffe is a local government district which also holds borough status within the ceremonial county of Nottinghamshire, in the East Midlands region of England. The district is found to the north east of the city of Nottingham and shares a border with the city as well as other districts such as Newark and Sherwood and the neighbouring county of Leicestershire.
Notable settlements within the district include the likes of Bingham and West Bridgford which are found in the largely urbanised north west of the district. The south eastern part of Rushcliffe, meanwhile, is predominantly rural and encompasses the picturesque Vale of Belvoir region.
The Formation Of Rushcliffe
Rushcliffe, as a local government district, was officially created on the 1st April 1974 as one of the many changes enacted by the 1972 Local Government Act. That act created many new districts all over the UK from mergers of smaller, former administrative entities.
In the case of Rushcliffe, those entities were the former West Bridgford Urban District, the Bingham Rural District and part of the Basford Rural District. The borough council is currently controlled by the Conservatives and Rushcliffe is also one of only three Conservative held parliamentary constituencies in the whole of Nottinghamshire.
The Demography Of Rushcliffe
The 158 square mile local government district of Rushcliffe is home to approximately 111,000 permanent residents according to an estimate from the year 2011. This gives the district as a whole a population density of around 700 per square mile which is as of itself not a particularly high number.
When you consider, however, that much of the south eastern part of Rushcliffe is rural in nature you will realise that there are pockets of considerable population in other parts of the district. These particular areas are inexorably likely to see a comparatively high number of accidents and injuries and it is this therefore which leads us on to the subject of Rushcliffe accident claim proceedings.
Rushcliffe Unexpected Accident Claim Proceedings
When discussing the key details of Rushcliffe accident claim proceedings the obvious place to start is with when these types of claim are actually possible. That is if and when an individual has suffered an injury which was demonstrably somebody else’s fault and wishes to seek the personal injury compensation which they deserve as a result.
If this makes you think that you may be entitled to embark upon Rushcliffe unexpected accident claim proceedings, then a good first step for you to take will be to get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. They are personal injury specialists with a wealth of experience in the field, who you can reach by calling either 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.