Hersham Village 20mph Zone Proposal Options

Closed 4 Dec 2023

Opened 27 Oct 2023

Results updated 7 Feb 2024

The informal consultation on these proposed options for a Hersham Village closed on the 04/12/23. The results were collated and then discussed with the county councillor for the area, Cllr O'Reilly.

After considering the results it has been decided not to progress with this scheme at this time.



Thank you for your interest in this informal public consultation on the options proposed for a 20mph zone in Hersham Village.


In response to local concerns and requests, the local County Councillor for Hersham was successful in securing funding for a possible 20mph zone in Hersham Village.

After undertaking speed surveys around the village, it was shown that there were a number of other roads which complied with our current 20mph policy, and could potentially be included within a proposed 20mph zone.

Therefore, there is now the possibility of  2 different proposed options for a 20mph zone in Hersham.

There is also a 3rd option which is to take no action and leave the current arrangements as they currently are. 

We would greatly value your comments and feedback on which of the potential options you would prefer.

The proposal options:

There are 2 possible 20mph zones being proposed:

Option 1 (Roads in blue on diagram below)

This is the smaller of the 2 options. It involves a 20mph limit with supporting traffic calming features (as per the diagram below) along the following roads:

  • Burwood Road – 20mph zone starting 60m east of the junction with Green Lane, up to Molesey Road/junction with Queens Road mini-roundabout
  • Queens Road - 20mph zone starting east of the junction with Faulkners Road, up to the junction of Molesey Road/ Burwood Road mini-roundabout
  • Molesey Road -20mph zone starting approx. 40m south of Hersham Bypass roundabout, down to the junction of Molesey, Burwood, and Queens Road mini-roundabout

Option 2 (Roads indicated in orange and roads in blue on diagram below)

This option is the larger of the 2 options. It includes the roads mentioned above (coloured blue, as shown in option 1), and also includes a number of other residential roads. These are shown in orange on the plan, and a list of the road names included can be found below.

These roads in orange will have no traffic calming features on them as the current mean speeds comply with our 20mph policy for reducing speed limits using signs alone (Setting local speed limits policy - Surrey County Council) (surreycc.gov.uk))

Complete list of roads to be included in the proposed 20mph zone using signs alone:

  • Ashton Close
  • Back Green
  • Belgrave Close
  • Brampton Gardens
  • Brittain Road
  • Burhill Road
  • Burlea Close
  • Burwood Close
  • Carmalt Gardens
  • Claremont Close
  • Clarence Road
  • Conyers Close
  • Dukes Road
  • Endsleigh Gardens
  • Garick Close
  • Green Lane Avenue
  • Havers Avenue
  • Hutton Close
  • Ingrams Close
  • Kingfisher Close
  • Lovelace Gardens
  • Melrose Gardens
  • Mole Road
  • North Road
  • Oak Lodge Close
  • Old Esher Road
  • Pleasant Place
  • Primrose Road
  • Profumo Road
  • Queensway South
  • Robert Close
  • Snellings Road
  • Thrupps Avenue
  • Thrupps Lane
  • Trenchard Close
  • Vaux Crescent
  • West Grove

Option 3 (Take no action)

This option would mean making no change to the current arrangements. No 20mph zone would be created. The funding allocated to the scheme would then be used for other schemes elsewhere in Surrey. It could not be spent on pothole repair or other highway maintenance works in Hersham.

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Consultation Diagram


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