Road Traffic Acts

The London Borough of CroydonRoad Traffic Act 1991-0.09928051.371232CR0 1QQ2006-12-292006-12-06CR01QQTSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,

Croydon Council


1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Croydon Council propose to make the Croydon (20 m.p.h. Speed Limit) (No.D33) Traffic Order 2006 under Sections 84 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984 as amended by the Local Government Act, 1985 and the Road Traffic Act 1991. 2. The general effect of the Order will be to prohibit any motor vehicle exceeding a speed of 20 miles per hour in Keston Avenue between its junction with Coulsdon Road and The Glade, Coulsdon. 3. A copy of the proposed Order, of the Council’s Statement of Reasons for proposing to make the Order and of a map indicating the lengths of roads to which the proposed Order relates can be inspected until the last day of a period of six weeks beginning with the date on which the Order is made or, as the case may be, the Council decides not to make the Order, during normal office hours on Mondays to Fridays inclusive at the “One Stop” facility, Taberner House, Park Lane, Croydon, Surrey. 4. The Councillors for this ward are Terry Lenton, Brian Udell and Christopher Wright. 5. Further information may be obtained by telephoning Environmental Transport Section, Urban Regeneration Division, Planning and Transportation Department, London Borough of Croydon, on 020 8686 4433 Extension 61836. 6. Persons desiring to object to the proposed Order should send a statement in writing of their objection and the grounds thereof to the Order Making Section, Parking Services, Environmental, Cultural and Sports Services Department, Croydon Council, 1st Floor, Davis House, Robert Street, Croydon, CR0 1QQ quoting the reference ECSS/PS/JH/31/D33 by 29 December 2006. 7. The proposed Order is intended to introduce a speed limit of 20 mph in Keston Avenue in conjunction with traffic calming measures. These measures should help reduce traffic speeds, provide more time for pedestrians to cross the road and improve road safety throughout the area, which should particularly benefit children attending Keston Primary School, the elderly and those with mobility problems. Stephen Halsey Director of Environmental, Cultural and Sports Services Dated this 6 December 2006