ChALC conducted a survey earlier this year in order to get an idea of how much speeding affects parishes and towns across the county. The exercise found that a number of areas were desperate to put permanent solutions in place in order to bring an end to long-running problems, and the group has been working closely with Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer and his office.
John Dwyer, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, said: "Speeding and dangerous road use is one of the main issues that the police have to deal with, so I am determined to do what I can to help local councils and communities across Cheshire combat this problem.
"People deserve to live in safe communities where drivers are conscientious and understand that we all share the road. Tackling this issue head on will make Cheshire a safer place for pedestrians, drivers and all road users."
ChALC and the Commissioner have been discussing a variety of measures to address the concerns that have been raised and are hopeful that significant progress will be made soon. One possible solution being explored is expanding the use of average speed cameras across the county; a measure included in the Commissioner's soon-to-be-published Police and Crime Plan.
John Dwyer added: "This issue is a key priority for me and that is clearly reflected in my Police and Crime Plan. I'm very clear that I want to work with organisations like ChALC to tackle speeding and make the biggest difference possible to communities across Cheshire.
"I look forward to seeing what ChALC and I can achieve together. It's important for me to know what each community's needs are, as well as the overall picture in the county, and working closely with the councils that represent them is the best way to bring about change."
Terry O'Neill, Chairman of ChALC, said: "We are delighted to see that partnership in action is going to enable us all to work together for a better outcome for our communities. In areas where speeding has become nightmarish for residents I am sure this will be very much welcomed."
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If, like me, you consider speeding in Tarvin to be an important issue, then please email me at Rdharrison72@gmail.com. The more evidence I can submit to the authorities the more likely it is that action will be taken. Of course, you can also contact other Tarvin Parish Councillors and our two Cheshire West & Cheshire Councillors, Harry Tonge & John Leather and our MP Edward Timpson.
There is also Cheshire West & Chester app that has a "report it" section on it, and speeding can be reported on that.
I have requested that the issue of speeding be placed on the agenda at the next Parish Council meeting which is on 25th October at 7.15pm at the Community Centre in the Edna Rose room. Just a reminder that anyone can come along and speak at the beginning of the meeting on any issue you like.