A264 Blackham 40mph Speed Limit - Formal Consultation

Closes 11 Jun 2018

Opened 18 May 2018


As part of East Sussex County Council's Speed Management programme, the A264 at Blackham has been identified for a 40mph speed limit.

We have carried out a number of investigations and initial consultations have been conducted. Based on the feedback received, we are now formally advertising changes to the speed limit.

Why We Are Consulting

The A264 at Blackham was identified as a priority route following a review of the number of killed and serious injury (KSI) crashes across the County. After careful consideration with Sussex Police and Withyham Parish Council, a proposal was developed to reduce the existing national speed limit through Blackham to 40mph.

We want to hear your views on the proposal and whether you support the changes.

The proposed extents of the reduced speed limit are shown in the drawings in the 'Related documents' section at the bottom of this page.

Please take the time to look at the drawing carefully and provide any feedback you may have.

Give Us Your Views

Any person wishing to make an objection or other representation concerning this proposal must do so in writing, together with the grounds on which it is made, to Communities Economy and Transport, Parking, B Floor, East Sussex County Council, County Hall, St. Anne’s Crescent, Lewes, BN7 1UE by 11 June 2018 quoting ref TRO/417.

If you require further information telephone East Sussex County Council’s Traffic and Safety team on 0345 60 80 193.


  • Wealden


  • Residents of East Sussex
  • Anybody with an interest


  • Road safety
  • Traffic Regulation Orders