HC Deb 22 March 1905 vol 143 c779
SIR CHARLES CAYZER (Barrow-in-Furness)

To ask the hon. Member for Chorley, as representing the First Commissioner of Works, whether the regulations providing for a speed limit of ten miles per hour for motor-cars proceeding through the London parks have been ratified by Parliament; and, if so, whether he will issue instructions (the limit of speed outside the parks being twenty miles per hour) to warn drivers by means of a large placard or danger signal to slow down to the regulation speed on entering the parks.

(Answered by Lord Balcarres.) The Answer to the first paragraph is in the affirmative; the rules under which the regulation limiting the speed of cars to ten miles per hour is made having been duly laid upon the Table of both Houses of Parliament. A notice has been posted at the entrances to the parks warning motorists of the limit of speed.