20mph Area B2 - Traffic Regulation Order

Closed 21 Aug 2017

Opened 10 Jul 2017

Feedback Updated 7 Mar 2018

We Asked

The purpose of the Statutory Traffic Regulation Order Consultation was to inform you of the proposed implementation of the 20mph speed limits and give you the opportunity to object to the proposals.

The purpose of the Statutory Traffic Regulation Order Consultation was to inform you of the proposed implementation of the 20mph speed limits and give you the opportunity to object to the proposals.

You Said

We received a number of objections, which were considered and responded to in the Traffic Regulation Order Objection Report.

We Did

The Objections were presented to the Cabinet Member for Transport and Roads. After considering the objections and responses, the decision was taken to proceed with the Order as advertised.

Further details of the objections received and the Traffic Regulation Order Objection Report can be found at the following Link.


Results Updated 20 Mar 2018

Area B2 - Updated List of 20mph Roads



Following the full Public Consultation in September 2016 for proposed 20mph (Area B2) in all or parts of Edgbaston, Harborne, Selly Oak and Bournville, Birmingham City Council propose to make a permanent Order under the provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the affect of which will be to alter the existing speed limit to 20mph roads within the Edgbaston, Harborne, Selly Oak and Bournville Wards.

The complete areas showing the affected roads are shown on plan numbers
CA-02714_S1_09_01_0001 - CA-0714_S1_09_01_0006 and CA-02714_S1_09_01_0013

The works included in the proposals are the installation of 20mph signs on new poles or existing lamp columns at regular intervals and supported by 20mph roundels on the carriageway as required.

The formal reasons for proposing the new Order are:

a)      for avoiding danger to persons or other traffic using the road or any other road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising.

b)      for facilitating the passage on the road or any other road of any class of traffic (including pedestrians and cyclists)

c)       for preventing the use of the road by vehicular traffic of a kind which, or its use by vehicular traffic in a manner which, is unsuitable having regard to the existing character of the road or adjoining property

d)      without prejudice to the generality of paragraph (c) above) for preserving the character of the road

e)      for any of the purposes specified in paragraphs (a) to (c) of subsection (1) of section 87 of the Environment Act 1995 (air quality)



The data that you provide is subject to the Data Protection Act 1998 and will be used by Birmingham City Council for the purpose of 20mph Area B2 only.




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