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• We will communicate clearly about the purpose of the consultation, who is being
consulted, the way we are consulting and when decisions will be taken on proposals
but I can only find lip service to any of these things - I'm not even sure they've got the tense right on this page ('who was consulted' before the questions are even asked)
The questionnaire is surprisingly short and unusually well directed - a page on your address and status, one question asking do you agree? yes/no. And a box for comments. No hint anywhere though of how much opposition / support there has to be to proceed/not.
We want to know what you think about a possible borough-wide 20mph speed limit.
Some 50% of Haringey’s roads are already part of 20mph zones or 20mph limits. 20mph zones are self enforcing in that they have humps and raised tables which compel traffic to slow down. Unlike zones, which have traffic calming measures, 20mph limits are defined by signs and road markings. No speed humps or cushions would be introduced as part of the 20mph limit.
We propose introducing a 20mph speed limit on all roads for which we are responsible as the highway authority (excluding red routes for which Transport for London (TfL) is responsible).
Additional information, including frequently asked questions (FAQ), is set out in our 20mph consultation document (PDF, 1MB). This also contains general information and details of those towns and boroughs who are considering introducing, or who have already introduced, 20mph limits.
You may also like to take a look at information on 20mph speed limits available on the internet, before deciding what you think about its possible introduction in Haringey.
To have your say simply complete our online questionnaire:
If you have any questions or would like more information, you can email us at email@example.com
All comments must be received by 31 October 2013.
Your comments and suggestions will be considered in detail by officers and councillors, including the council’s Cabinet (Executive Management Board), and will inform their decision about the introduction of a borough-wide 20mph speed limit in Haringey.