|The following speed limits of less than 30 miles per hour in force:|
|Name of Authority.||Nature and location of limit.||Date of Order.|
|Southampton County Borough Council||15 miles per hour on all roads in the Southern Railway's Southampton Docks estate. (April, 1932.)||8th April, 1932.|
|Worcester County Council||4 miles per hour on a short stretch of road through the Abbey Gateway, Malvern. (November, 1932)||2nd November, 1932.|
|Isle of Ely County Council||10 miles per hour for heavy vehicles on a short stretch of raod in Wisbech. (March, 1934.)||12th March, 1934.|
|Devon County Council||10 miles per hour on a portion of the Seaton— Beer Road between Beer Hill and a point near Seaton. (May, 1934.)||15th May, 1934.|
|Walsall County Borough Council.||12 miles per hour on a portion of Green Lane. (February, 1935.)||8th February, 1935.|
|Hertfordshire County Council.||15 miles per hour on a portion of the St. Albans—Dunstable Road Markyate street. (March, 1935.)||18th March, 1935|
|Orders Proposed to be sanctioned|
|Devon County Council.||Appledore Quay, Appledore, 10 miles per hour.|
|Yorks (E.R.) County Council.||Foreshore Road, Filey, 10 miles per hour during July August and September.|
§ approximate mileage of new by-pass roads constructed in Great Britain and the mileage of these along which ribbon development has already taken place?
§ Captain A HUDSON
The mileage of by-pass roads constructed in Great Britain with assistance from the Road Fund in recent years is approximately 200 miles. Without calling for special surveys by the several highway authorities concerned, my hon. Friend cannot say what proportion of the mileage has been developed.
§ Sir G. FOX
Does it not seem that definite information is required, in view of a proposed Bill to deal with ribbon development?