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By Haddenham Webteam - 17th December 2019 5:41pm
Transport for Buckinghamshire has been commissioned by Haddenham Parish Council & the Local Area Forum to carry out Statutory Consultation for reducing the speed limit on A418 Scotsgrove Hill / Aylesbury Road, C70 Thame Road & Mill Lane Haddenham. The proposed measures being put forward to public consultation are a reduction of the speed limit from National Speed Limit to 40mph.
Transport for Buckinghamshire has also been commissioned by Buckinghamshire County Council to carry out Statutory Consultation for extending the 30mph speed limit on Stanbridge Road and implementing a 20mph speed limit on Dollicott and its adjoining roads. These schemes form part of a Section 106 agreement between the Council and developers at the aforementioned locations.
We are now undertaking the Statutory Consultation on these proposals, details of which — including plans of the proposed restrictions and how to object — can be found below.
The Statutory Consultation will run from 18th December 2019 to 24th January 2020
In addition to the details below a copy of the Orders and Plans showing the lengths of road affected, together with a copy of the Council's Statement of Reasons for proposing to make the Order may be inspected during normal opening hours at County Hall, Walton Street, Aylesbury, HP20 1UA & Haddenham Community Library, Banks Park, Banks Road, Haddenham HP17 8EE
How to have your say
Objections to the proposal together with the grounds on which they are made, along with expressions of support, must be sent in writing by 24th January 2020 to the 'Network Improvement Team' at Aylesbury Vale Area Office, Corrib Industrial Park, Griffin Lane, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP19 8BP
Or by email to email@example.com
Or online at www.buckscc.gov.uk/haveyoursay
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