Parish deputies urged to resist 25mph changes

Wed 07 Nov 2018

Vale parish deputies have been urged to step up to the mark and oppose Environment and Infrastructure Committee plans to introduce a swathe of lower speed limits in the Vale and elsewhere.

It comes after the committee confirmed (above) that it intended to go ahead with its controversial plans on 7 April next year and make Braye Road 25mph as part of a package of other restrictions.

Senior Constable Richard Leale said: 'The Douzaine hopes that the parish deputies will step up to the mark in opposing these changes, especially the Braye Road reduction, as we know there is little support for the proposals.'

Members would also urge parishioners who feel strongly about the moves to contact their States members to show their opposition, he said. The Vale representatives' details are here.

'As a Douzaine, we have gone as far as we can in opposing these piecemeal changes and it is now up to our deputies to stop them from happening,' said Mr Leale.

  • Some of the Vale representatives have already indicated their concerns about the 25mph limits and said they would try to stop them. 


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