Traffic Management

Staveley, in common with many villages, has a perceived problem with traffic travelling to fast in the speed restricted areas of the village. The Parish Council is attempting to collect and collate evidence to substantiate the perception and provide a base for remedial action.

The village has three roads by which it may be accessed:

  1. C264 Minskip Road
  2. C264 Wath Lane – Main Street
  3. C266 Arkendale Road

The majority of village households are within a 30mph zone. The area around the primary school on Minskip Road is within a 20mph zone. There is a traffic calming bollard when entering this zone from the Minskip direction.

Traffic Management Documents

To view the required document, select its Document Name

IDDocument NameTypeSize
0356Highways Works January 2014Portable Document Format64Kb
03492019-03-29 Extension of Temporary Vehicle Activates Sign (VAS) ProtocolPortable Document Format117Kb
02812018-05-09 95 Alive - Speed Concern, Minskip Road, StaveleyPortable Document Format279Kb
02802018-05-02 95 Alive - Speed Concern, Minskip Road, StaveleyPortable Document Format289Kb
02792017-02-27 95 Alive - Speed Complaint, Main Street, StaveleyPortable Document Format385Kb
02782015-02-03 Letter to NYCC re Arkendale RoadPortable Document Format60Kb
02772014-01-24 Email From Scotton PC re Vehicle Activated Traffic SignPortable Document Format119Kb
02762012-03-13 Letter From MP re Vehicle Activated Traffic SignPortable Document Format1Mb
02752012-01-24 Letter to MP re Vehicle Activated Traffic SignPortable Document Format55Kb
02742011-12-22 Letter from NYCC re Vehicle Activated Traffic SignPortable Document Format2Mb
02732011-12-07 Letter to NYCC re Vehicle Activated Traffic SignsPortable Document Format65Kb
Total Documents11
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