The new 20mph speed limit for area three is now live. There are 20mph signs in place at the entry points and within the area covered and a map is shown below and also available to download.
Consultation on the proposed speed limit started in January 2017. In May 2017 the council's Traffic Management Advisory Committee recommended that the proposal be implemented.
If you have questions about any issues raised in this letter, please contact Richardo Mckenley on 020 8726 6000 ext.52831 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update 15 February 2017 – Statutory Consultation
The Statutory Consultation on Croydon’s maximum 20mph speed limit proposal for this area will close at 23.59 on Wednesday 15 February 2017. All representations received in the mailbox email@example.com up until that time will be considered.
We will also consider all objections received via the council’s postal mail up until Friday 17 February 2017. The extra time allows for receipt of any objections made by Wednesday but not yet processed by the postal system.
All objections will be reported to Council Members for their consideration at the meeting of the Traffic Management Advisory Committee scheduled to take place on 9 May 2017, following which objectors will be notified of the outcome. The outcome will also be placed on this webpage as a further update.
Please note that the agenda and reports will appear on the Council website a week before the meeting and can be accessed using the link https://democracy.croydon.gov.uk/mgListCommittees.aspx?bcr=1
If you wish to attend and address the meeting, further information on attendance may be obtained by contacting Victoria Lower (Members’ Services Manager) after 2 May 2017 by telephoning 020 8726 6000 ext. 14773. Please note any requests to be added to the speakers list cannot be taken before that date.
Also note that although currently it is anticipated that the Traffic Management Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for 9 May 2017 will consider the objections report for Croydon’s 20mph speed limit proposal, this could change. Any changes to the scheduled meeting will be notified as a future update on this webpage.
The meeting will take place at:
For more information on what will happen next, please see the section ‘What are the next steps’ in the previous update given below.
Update 13 January 2017 – Statutory Consultation
The Statutory Consultation on Croydon’s maximum 20mph proposal for the remaining part of the borough (known as areas 3, 4 and 5) is now underway. From this page you can view the Public Notice and plan showing the proposal for area 3.
The statutory consultation will close on 15 February 2017. Persons desiring to object to the proposed Order should send a statement in writing of their objection quoting PD/CH/A61 and the grounds thereof to the:
Order Making Section,
Parking Design Team,
Floor 6 Zone C,
Bernard Weatherill House,
8 Mint Walk, Croydon CR0 1EA
or by emailing
firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the reference PD/CH/A61 by 15 February 2017.
The proposal for area 4 and area 5 have their own public notices and relevant plans. If you wish to object to either of them, you will need to quote the reference numbers given in their respective public notices.
Large scale plans for all three areas can also be viewed at local libraries situated in any of the three areas.
What are the next steps?
- All objections received will be evaluated and where appropriate (in light of any objections) the proposal may be amended before being included as part of an objections report which will be considered by the Councils Traffic Management Advisory Committee meeting in May 2017.
- The Committee will make a recommendation to the Cabinet Member for Transport and Environment on whether or not the scheme should be proceeded with for any/all of the three areas i.e. areas 3, 4 and 5.
- The Cabinet Member will make the final decision on whether or not to continue with implementation of the proposal for any/all areas.
If the decision is to implement the scheme, the council will prepare the design work and implementation will be commenced.