ePetition details

STOP ROADS IN HAYES TOWN BEING USED AS A RACING CIRCUIT

We the undersigned petition Hillingdon Council to request more action by Hillingdon Police to catch and charge those responsible. Formal consultation by Hillingdon Council as a matter of urgency on the introduction of a 20mph limit and other traffic calming measures.

We the undersigned deplore the use of roads in and around Hayes Town Centre by inconsiderate drivers who frequently drive at excessive speeds, often late at night and in the early hours of the morning.

We believe that this anti-social behaviour is not only a threat to life and limb but also to physical and mental health because of excessive noise and air pollution.

Note: The roads affected are Blyth Road, Botwell Common Road, Botwell Lane, Clayton Road, Dawley Road, Millington Road, Nestles Avenue, Nield Road, North Hyde Road, Printing House Lane, Redmead Road, St Anselms Road, Station Road and Trevor Road

On reaching 100 signatures it will be formally considered by the Council and relevant Cabinet Member. Local ward Councillors will also be made aware of the petition. The Council's Democratic Services Team will keep the lead petitioner updated on progress.

This ePetition ran from 23/03/2021 to 12/05/2021 and has now finished.

141 people signed this ePetition.

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