Decision details

Lancashire County Council (Horrobin Lane, Rivington, Cocker Bar Road, Marl Cop, and North Road, Bretherton, Chorley Borough) (Revocation, 30mph, 40mph and 50mph Speed Limits, August 2019) Order 201*

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Decision status: Recommendations approved

Is Key decision?: Yes

Purpose:

Following investigations and a public consultation, it is proposed to make a Speed Limit Order (SLO) to reduce speed limits on North Road, Marl Cop and Cocker Bar Road, Bretherton along with the introduction of 30mph limit on Horrobin Lane, Rivington in order to improve road safety and to allow for effective enforcement by Lancashire Constabulary. One objection has been received with regard to the proposed changes of the speed limit on Cocker Bar Road.

 

This is deemed to be a Key Decision and the provisions of Standing Order C19 have been complied with.

 

Decisions:

Cabinet considered a report setting out proposals to make a Speed Limit Order to reduce speed limits on North Road, Marl Cop, and Cocker Bar Road, Bretherton along with the introduction of 30mph limit on Horrobin Lane, Rivington in order to improve road safety and to allow effective enforcement by Lancashire Constabulary.

 

Resolved: That the proposals for speed restrictions on various lengths of road within the Chorley District as detailed within this report and as set out in the proposed order (Appendix 'A') the Plans (Appendices 'B' and 'C') in line with the statement of reasons (Appendix 'D'), be approved.

Report author: Chris Nolan

Date of decision: 09/07/2020

Decided at meeting: 09/07/2020 - Cabinet

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