Shropshire Council

A529 Hinstock to Audlem – 30mph Speed Limit

  • Period: 10 June 2021 - 01 July 2021
  • Status: Open
  • Audiences: Everyone
  • Topics: Traffic management
  • Type: Public

Title of scheme

A529 Hinstock to Audlem – 30mph Speed Limit


The 30mph speed limit south of Hinstock will be extended to a point within the proposed redesigned central traffic island. This will reinforce appropriate traffic speeds adjacent to the new residential development, as well as on the approach to the junctions with the A41 and Marsh Lane.

These proposals will facilitate and improve safety for pedestrians, vehicular traffic, and all other road users.


A529 Hinstock to Nantwich Road and Marsh Lane

Consultation begins

10 June 2021

Consultation ends

1 July 2021



Shropshire Council proposes to place a 30mph speed limit on the following lengths of roads:

That length of the A529 Hinstock to Nantwich Road which extends between points 278 metres south of Church Street to 19 metres west of its junction with the A41 which runs from Whitchurch to Newport.

That length of Marsh Lane from its junction with the A529 Hinstock to Nantwich Road to a point 85 metres south of the A529 junction with Damson Way in a generally southerly direction.

10 June 2021


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If you wish to raise an objection, express support, or make any other comments about these proposals, please send an e-mail to  or write a letter to Traffic Engineering Team, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury SY2 6ND by 1 July 2021. You may also ring 0345 678 9006 for more information.

Please note that, for legal reasons, objections must be made in writing or by e-mail, and should state the grounds on which the objection is made. Objections cannot be accepted over the phone.

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