Shropshire Council

Hanwood – Speed Limit

  • Period: 03 February 2022 - 24 February 2022
  • Status: Closed
  • Audiences: Everyone
  • Topics: Traffic management
  • Type: Public

Title of scheme

Hanwood – Speed Limit


A speed reduction from 60mph to 40mph is proposed to provide a buffer zone to reduce traffic speeds entering the existing 30mph speed restriction, facilitating and improving safety and amenities for vehicular traffic and all road users.


A488 Shrewsbury to Knighton Road

Consultation begins

3 February 2022

Consultation ends

24 February 2022



Shropshire Council proposes to place a 40mph speed limit on the following length of road in Hanwood:

That length of the A488 Shrewsbury to Knighton Road from a point 146 metres east of its junction with Caradoc View to a point 150 metres east of the eastern most wall of the main building of property 1 Edgebold Cottage.

3 February 2022


Data protection

Please note that representations received may be reproduced, stored, copied and published online in connection with the processing of the (proposed) order and/or any inquiry. Information will not be used for additional purposes without consent. Representations without a name and address will be treated as anonymous, which may affect their weight in the decision making process. Any details published on-line will exclude individuals email addresses and phone numbers.


Proposals did not go ahead as we were unable to complete the on-site signing and lining works before the expiration of the statutory two year time limit between advertising proposals and implementing them. Re-advertisement of the proposals will follow shortly.

Full details of these proposals may be viewed at Bayston Hill Library, Lythwood Road, Bayston Hill. Alternatively, you may request copies by:

If you wish to raise an objection, express support, or make any other comments about these proposals, please send us an e-mail or letter by 24 February2022 (contact details as above). You may also ring the above phone number for more information.

Please note that, for legal reasons, objections must be made in writing or by e-mail, and should state the grounds on which the objection is made. Objections cannot be accepted over the phone.

Data protection

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