These generally narrow, rural roads contain numerous field accesses and private driveways, with restricted visibility in places. There is a high concentration of stables in the area and therefore, horse riders frequently use these roads.
The introduction of this new 30mph speed limit is intended to avoid danger to persons or other traffic using the road, by reducing the speed limit and improving safety conditions for all road users.
Suffolk County Council proposes to make the above-named order for Oulton under Section 84(1) (a) and (2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended. The effect of this would be to introduce a 30 mph speed limit on:
- Holly Hill from its junction with the Wood Lane and Hall Lane for 213 metres in a southwesterly direction;
- Wood Lane from its junction with Hall Lane and Holly Hill to its junction with Queens Highway; and,
- Hall Lane from a point 15 metres west of its junction with the B1074 to its junction with Holly Hill and Wood Lane.
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Have your say
Objections and any other representations relating to these proposals, specifying the grounds on which they are made, must reach Andy Pearl (Suffolk County Council Legal Services) at the address below or at Andy.Pearl@suffolk.gov.uk not later than 29 March 2022. Please note that any such correspondence cannot be regarded as confidential and may be inspected by any interested party.Andy PearlSuffolk County CouncilConstantine House Head of Legal Services5 Constantine RoadIPSWICH IP1 2DH