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Formal consultation 20mph scheme - Cambridge Avenue Area, Hebburn

  1. Overview of the proposal
  2. Map of plans
  3. Legal notice
  4. What happens next

Overview of the proposal

The proposal includes:

  •  Reducing the speed limit to 20mph in the Cambridge Avenue Area of Hebburn

Consultation closes: 10 June 2021

Map of plans


Legal notice

South Tyneside Council (Cambridge Avenue Area, Hebburn 20mph) Order 2021

South Tyneside Council proposes to make an Order under Section 84 of and Schedule 9 to, the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and all other enabling powers. 

The effect of the Order will be to reduce the speed limit to 20mph along the entire lengths of road in:

  • Cambridge Avenue
  • (south back) Cambridge Avenue
  • Bede Walk
  • Civic Court
  • Dorset Avenue
  • Hatfield Avenue
  • Kings Avenue
  • Marr Road
  • Nevilles Cross Road
  • Oxford Crescent
  • Palmer Crescent
  • Red House Road
  • Ushaw Road
  • Witty Avenue


  • unnamed road from its junction of Cambridge Avenue that is 82 metres north east from Cambridge Avenue junction with Campbell Park Road, Hebburn.

Full details of these proposals are contained in the draft order which, together with a plan showing the lengths of road affected and a statement of the Council's reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be inspected from Monday to Friday between 10am and 2pm at the Town Hall, Westoe Road, South Shields NE33 2RL.

Alternatively you can request a copy of the documentation by emailing

If you wish to raise an objection, express support or make any other observations about these proposals, you must make them in writing to the Council's Legal Services Department at the address below or by using the same email address above by the 10 June  2021. Any objections must specify the grounds on which they are made.

DATED:    20 May 2021

Acting Head of Legal Services, South Tyneside Council, Town Hall, Westoe Road, South Shields, NE33 2RL

What happens next 

We will review all feedback.

Depending on the feedback we get, the proposals may change, or may not go ahead. 

Read more about how traffic and parking consultations work.

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