20mph speed limit

Our vision is to make our streets safe and pleasant for all children and adults however they travel or wherever they live. To help residents, like many other areas across the country, we are introducing 20mph speed limits in residential areas across Calderdale.20 mph logo

The benefits of 20mph

There are a huge range of benefits to 20mph. Some of them you can guess but there are so many others too. Here are the website and social media links for our 20mph campaign:

Timescale for 20mph speed limits

20mph speed limits will be introduced over 3 years from 2015 to 2017, starting with the central areas of Siddal and Southowram in June 2015 and Savile Park, Manor Heath, Coronation, Skircoat Green and extended Halifax town centre in July 2015.

The consultation process

Changes in speed limits are subject to statutory consultation as part of the Speed Limit Order (SLO) legal process. You can formally comment on the 20mph proposals in your area by submitting this in writing before the consultation end date. Email or write to us at:


Central area first phase - stage one

Status: 20mph operational in Siddal and Southowram.

The PDF maps show the roads which are 20mph.

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.

Central area first phase - stage two

Status: 20mph operational in Savile Park, Manor Heath, extended Town Centre and Skircoat Green.

The PDF maps show the areas which are 20mph.

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.

Upper Valley

Status: 20mph operational in Todmorden and Walsden area.

The PDF maps show the roads which are 20mph.

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.

Upper Valley

Status: 20mph operational in Sowerby Bridge, Warley Town, Friendly, Beechwood, Pye Nest and Delph Hill.

The PDF maps show the roads which are 20mph.

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.

Upper Valley

Status: 20mph operational in Hebden Bridge, Luddenden, Midgley, Wadsworth, Old Town, Pecket Well and Heptonstall.

The PDF maps show the roads which are 20mph.

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.

Hebden Bridge and Hebden Royd modified orders and revised maps:

Speed Limit Orders:


Upper Valley - Mytholmroyd

Installation: 3 March 2017

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.

North

Status: 20mph operational in Ovenden, Illingworth, Wheatley, Bradshaw and Fountainhead.

Ovenden, Illingworth, Wheatley, Bradshaw, Fountainhead and Mixenden (minor modification to 20mph at Mill Lane) - Installation: October 2016

The PDF maps show the roads which are 20mph.

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.

Illingworth and Ovenden Speed Limit Order:

Maps for Illingworth and Ovenden:

Mixenden Speed Limit Order:

Map for Mixenden:

Maps for Bradshaw, Fountainhead and Wheatley:


Lower Valley

Status: 20mph operational in Rastrick, Woodhouse, Brighouse Town Centre 9 June 2017

20mph operational in Bailiff Bridge, Hove Edge, Lightcliffe and Brighouse North 30 June 2017.

As a result of the consultation exercise, the Council decided to defer a decision on the 20mph proposals for Clifton.  A decision on the proposals for Clifton will be made at a later date.

The PDF maps show the roads which are 20mph.

Planned Installation Date: June 2017.

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.

Lower Valley

Status: Consultation closed.

Norwood Green, Hipperholme, Northowram, Stone Chair and Shelf.

Planned Installation Date: September 2017.

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.

Central South

Status: Consultation not yet open.

Barkisland, Greetland, Mill Bank and Rishworth.

Planned Installation Date: November 2017.

Please note: The PDF files contain maps with a high degree of detail, hence the large file sizes. Consequently, they may take a while to download.