Councillors are encouraging residents to get in touch and let them know their views, after plans for the formal extension of a 20mph zone were launched by Sheffield City Council.
The new plans expands the existing Beeches Drive Development 20mph Speed Limit, that was carried out in 2007 by the developer of the estate when it is we build.
A Speed Limit Order (SLO) will introduce a 20mph speed limit to control vehicle speeds on Beeches Drive, Eyre Crescent, Park Grange Drive and Roberts Close in the Beeches Drive Development.
Measures will also include a kerb to kerb flat top road hump will also be installed on Park Grange Drive to slow traffic in the area.
Councillor Jack Scott said: ‘20mph zones have been a big success across the city, with hundreds of streets now benefiting from the safety and environmental benefits that they bring’.
Councillor Sophie Wilson went on to say: ‘Norfolk Park and the Beeches Drive Development is a great place to live. It’s a real community and I’m pleased that this 20mph scheme will extend the 20mph measures that have been in place for some time’.
Residents can formally submit their views by 14th January 2021 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Encouraging residents to get in touch, Councillor Ben Miskell said: ‘we want to hear from residents to see what they think about the proposed Speed Limit Order (SLO). It’s important that we hear their views’.