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Haseley's joins '20's plenty'

By David Lindsay, Chairman GHPC Great Haseley Parish Council

Monday, 10 October 2022

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Great Haseley Parish Council Chairman

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I’m sure some of the more eagle eyed of our Parishioners have noticed a recent change within Little Haseley and now Great Haseley. Where the speed limit signs have been changed to show a reduction in speed along the roads through the two villages.

Over the last few months, the Parish Council have been working with OCC and our County Councilor, Freddie Van Mierlo, to join onto a wider scheme to review, then reduce the speed limit in residential areas to 20mph.

I’m sure many people have seen the slogan ‘20’s plenty’, and thankfully we’ve been able to join the majority of local areas signed up to the change.

The hope from the Parish Council is that this change has a material impact on the speed in which vehicles travel on three particularly dangerous bits of road within the Village, these being the right-angled bend in Little Haseley, the ‘S Bend’ on rectory road by the Haseley End development and the downhill section of Thame Road that passes the entrance to the Rec.

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