This page has been created in order to keep residents fully informed of the current situation with the A49 speed petition campaigned by some local residents and the documentation relating to this.
Spurstow Parish Council Statement
Spurstow Parish Council endeavours to represent the interests of the whole community by understanding the needs of the different groups within it.
To that end Spurstow Parish Council embraces fully the ‘Nolan principles’ and in doing strives to ensure objectivity and transparency in its workings with local residents.
Spurstow Parish Council Liability
To the best of our knowledge, the information contained within these documents is accurate and reliable as of the date of publication.
Spurstow Parish Council do not assume any liability whatsoever for the accuracy and completeness of the information contained within.
In addition Spurstow Parish Council accepts no subsequent liability for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided within any said document.
Any views or opinions presented in these documents are solely those of the author and signed petitioners. They do not necessarily represent those of Spurstow Parish Council.
Spurstow Parish Council and its representatives are expressly required not to make defamatory statements and not to infringe or authorise any infringement of copyright or any other legal right in it’s communications.
The Minutes of the Parish meeting held on the 13th March 2013 stated that the Parish Council :-
“Resolved: That Cheshire East Highways be informed that, whilst the Parish Council supports a reduction of the speed limit, it is of the opinion that 40 mph all the way through from the Red Fox Inn, Tarporley, to the end of the existing speed limit to the South of Spurstow would be more appropriate as it is felt that more drivers would be inclined to keep to a 40 mph limit rather than a 30 mph limit.”
Please click here to view CEC speed management strategy document.
Petition 86 – to view please click here.
CEC Highways response to Petition. Click here.
Speed camera site survey assessment report. Click here.