Stoke Bruerne Parish Council

Serving the people of Stoke Bruerne

Bridge

Clerk: Mr Bobs Damerell
4 Brae Hill, Brill, Aylesbury
HP18 9TF

Tel: 07724682819

Tags: Speed

Speeding in Stoke Bruerne

The Parish Council is still in discussion with NCC Highways as to what can be realistically achieved to slow traffic down through the Village and particularly in the 20-mph zone outside the School. In order to make sure that NCC Highways fully understand how serious this matter is and to try and get traffic calmed before a serious accident occurs residents are being asked to lodge requests for speed... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 28 Nov 2018 11:15 by Bobs Damerell

Tags: Speed

Please report ALL incidents involving vehicles to the Police

Speeding and volume of traffic is a big problem in Stoke Bruerne and the Parish Council has been putting a great deal of pressure on NCC Highways to try and get more traffic calming measures put in place. At the moment the Safer Roads Team at Northamptonshire Police have no incidents reported from Stoke Bruerne. Please report all incidents however small (clipped wing mirror, small coming together)... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 14 Nov 2018 12:35 by Bobs Damerell

Tags: Speed

Steve Barber from Northamptonshire Highways will be at the next Parish Council Meeting on 12th June 2018

Steve Barber will be speaking and taking questions from residents regarding traffic calming in Stoke Bruerne at the next Parish Council meeting on 12th June 2018 at 7:30pm in the Village Hall. Please come along and hear proposals for a school related double sided speed sign in the vicinity of the school.

Posted: Tue, 05 Jun 2018 10:56 by Bobs Damerell

Tags: Speed

Traffic Survey

As you are probably aware the Parish Council commissioned an independent traffic survey in September at two locations in the Village. The first location after the canal bridge and before Mill Lane confirmed a significant number of speeding drivers with an average speed of 25.7 mph in the 20-mph zone. The 85th percentile speed average was 30.4 mph (this is the speed at which 85% of drivers travel and... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 21 Nov 2017 11:58 by Bobs Damerell

Tags: Speed