Have your say on proposals for 20mph in north-east Croydon

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Why are we doing this?
The council wishes to engage with residents, businesses and community groups in north-east Croydon to find out what they think of proposals to introduce a 20mph speed limit in the area.

The proposals aim to make our roads safer and more pleasant. They also aim to encourage sustainable and safer modes of transport such as walking and cycling.

To find out more about the proposals in full, including supporting documents, please go to: https://www.croydon.gov.uk/20mph.

To take part, please follow the link to the survey at the bottom of this page.

The responses we receive will be analysed and a report will be put together. If sufficient support is found the council will continue with a statutory consultation for the proposal at a later date.

If you need any of the information or the questionnaire in a different format, please call 0208 726 6000, extension 52831.

What do we want to know?

The council is keen to find out whether residents, businesses and local groups in north-east Croydon support the proposal. The council wishes to encourage them to have their say by completing the online survey. 

The council want to understand residents, businesses and local groups' views on current traffic speeds on their roads and whether they believe that a lower speed limit will help to make the roads safer or improve the environment. 


What we found out
What difference has it made?
Location/ Coverage:  South Norwood Ward, Shirley Ward, Fairfield Ward, Addiscombe Ward, Ashburton Ward, Heathfield Ward, Selhurst Ward, Woodside Ward
Start04 April 2016
End20 May 2016
Report availableDue 30 June 2016
Reference year2016
Methods Consultation Document, Questionnaire - Postal, Questionnaire - Online
Who can take part? Businesses, Community / Voluntary Groups, Residents
Topic Area Environment, Parking, streets and transport