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Parish council set to buy warning sign

7th March 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A parish council in Derbyshire could be about to purchase its own electronic warning sign, following a lack of support from the county council.

Aston-on-Trent Parish Council vice chairman Edward Hicklin has offered proof of road users driving too fast through the village, but Derbyshire County Council believes that signage is unnecessary, according to the Derby Telegraph.

The sign would be prospectively located between the entry points of the village, covering Derby Road, Weston Road and Shardlow Road.

A representative from Derbyshire County Council told the newspaper: "We've had tentative inquiries from parish councils in the past about vehicle-activated signs but this is the first which has developed to this stage."

Speed signage has been under the spotlight elsewhere in Britain, with the Midhurst and Petworth Observer reporting that Midhurst residents have requested confirmation from the South Downs National Park Authority on what it regards as sufficient warning signs for the roads.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801311492-ADNFCR


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