Chearsley Road, Long Crendon - Traffic Calming Consultation

Closed 7 Oct 2020

Opened 9 Sep 2020

Results updated 23 Mar 2021

We received fifteen responses in total to this consultation. Twelve responses supported the proposal and three responses objected to the proposal. We reviewed the feedback and decided not to make any changed to our recommendations. In agreement with the Parish Council we decided to proceed with the traffic-calming scheme. Please contat us if you are intersted in further details about the consultation responses.

The works are due to start in June/July 2021 and we will send letters to local residents before any works take place.


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Together with Long Crendon Parish Council, we are proposing traffic-calming measures on Chearsley Road. The purpose of these traffic-calming measures is to improve road safety for motorists, pedestrian and cyclists.

 The company building the new Pinner Way housing development will fund these works, which include:

  • a pedestrian crossing point
  • a raised speed table outside no. 16 Chearsley Road, which is located next to Pinner Way
  • rumble strips’ on both sides of the road outside no. 18c Chearsley Road.

Image of a raised speed table

Image of rumble strips

Please see the plans and documents below for more information. You may also view the consultation documents at our offices at The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF during normal office hours.

If you would like to comment on the proposal, please complete the short, online comment form below. We will also accept comments by email on or by post at Network Improvement Team, Aylesbury Vale Area Office, Corrib Industrial Park, Griffin Lane, Aylesbury, HP19 8BP.

We may provide consultation comments to anyone who wishes to see them, but we will remove all personal information.

What happens next

We will consider all the responses and prepare a report. The Council’s Cabinet Member for Transport will review the report and make a decision about the proposed scheme.

If you have provided your email address or other contact details we will contact you about the decision once it has been made. The results of the consultation and decision will also be published on this webpage.


  • Transport
  • Roads & parking