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Relocate 30mph speed signs

Reported via mobile in the Road Traffic Signs and Road Markings category by Hayfield Green Residents at 09:20, Wednesday 21 April 2021

Sent to Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later

A significant number of Hayfield Green, Stanton Harcourt residents, especially families with children, have expressed concerns regarding the present location of the 30 mph speed signs on the edge of Stanton Harcourt as you enter the village from Standlake, immediately after the cemetery and the Hayfield Green development. It is felt it would be prudent on safety grounds to relocate these signs to a location between the Cricket Club and cemetery, before the entrances to the cemetery and Hayfield Green. It is understood such a scheme was proposed by Stanton Harcourt Parish Council at the Development's planning stage but it was rejected by Oxfordshire County Council. Now that plans have become reality it would certainly be wise to reconsider the original decision before fatalities occur as a consequence of families being forced to negotiate daily hazardous road crossings as traffic passes at excessive speed. We look forward to a considered response in due course. OBO Hayfield Green Residents, Stanton Harcourt.

Council ref: ENQ21892903

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  • Thank you for your enquiry. This issue has been passed onto the relevant team for investigation.

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 09:20, Wednesday 21 April 2021

  • Photos attached. 30mph after road crossing point. National speed limit before crossing and entrances to Hayfield Green and cemetery.

    Posted by Hayfield Green Residents at 10:42, Thursday 22 April 2021

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