People asked for views on speed reduction

People are being asked for their views on whether the speed limit on a main north Norfolk road needs to be reduced.

People are being asked for their views on whether the speed limit on a main north Norfolk road needs to be reduced.

Trevor Ivory, Conservative parliamentary candidate for north Norfolk, is asking people to put forward their thoughts on whether the speed limit on the part of Cromer Road which goes through Mundesley, should be reduced.

He said he had been contacted by people concerned about speeding through the village who said that they would like to see the 20mph zone at the east of the village extended further west.

He said: 'Local people have pointed out that there are no pavements outside some houses on Cromer Road, which is a busy road - especially in the tourist season.'


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He said he will take the matter up with the highways department, and was also asking the parish council for their views and sending a survey to every house in the village to find out what residents think.

He added: 'I want to hear form as many people as possible, including people who use the road regularly but who might not live in the village.'

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Anyone who wants to take part in the survey can do so Mr Ivory's website on www.trevorivory.com

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