At its meeting on 23 June 2020, the Parish Council’s Environment Committee received useful updates from the County Council on proposed traffic calming measures in the village. The Committee hopes these will be implemented in the village over the coming months.

There have been slight delays with the proposals due to the Covid-19 Pandemic and a subsequent shortage of staff at the County Council, but the following were confirmed:

1.  Additional road markings around the village were in the County Council schedule and would be progressed shortly;
2. They have received from the Parish Council, the design brief for the chicanes on Milton Road and Berry Hill Road and the design would be progressed; and
3. The proposal to close the western arm of the oak tree junction was in initial consultation with transport companies. Once the feasibility had been confirmed, the design brief would be finalised by the volunteers assisting the Committee, and the design would be progressed too.
The Committee had asked for feedback from WARA and residents with regard to the additional signage they would like for Horn Hill Road through to Water Lane, but this was yet to be received, so had not yet been progressed.

Adderbury Speedwatch had been paused due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, but it was hoped that this could get back up and running shortly. Interestingly, the majority of those who had been caught speeding by Adderbury Speedwatch were either local to Adderbury or lived in surrounding villages.
If any residents would like to join the Adderbury Speedwatch volunteer group, they should contact the Clerk to the Parish Council. adderburypc@hotmail.com

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