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Welcome to the website of 20's Plenty for Us

Already nearly 13m people live in local authorities which are adopting or have adopted this policy. Most importantly, through democratic debate those communities have decided that "20's Plenty Where People Live". And it is those same communities who have then changed their behaviour to drive slower in residential streets and where people walk and cycle.

20's Plenty for Us is a 'not for profit' organisation and now have over 200 local campaigns around the country and many of our most iconic cities in the UK have already adopted a 20mph limit for most of their streets.

We quite simply campaign for 20mph to become the default speed limit on residential and urban streets. This can be done on most streets without the need for any physical calming and we accept that on some streets it may be appropriate to have a higher limit based on the road, vulnerable road users provision, etc. But any limit above 20mph should be a considered decision based on local circumstances.

Our website can best be navigated using the buttons on the left. You will find most of the issues around 20mph limits covered in our "briefings" page. We hope the rest are self explanatory, but please have a good explore.

But remember that we are available to answer any questions you have, so just go to our contacts page for details.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

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Our annual 20mph Places conference will be held in the Guildhall, Cambridge on March 12th 2015. See more details here

 

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Local authorities implementing 20 mph as the default speed limit for residential streets with populations

Portsmouth

205,400

Oxford

150,200

Leicester

329,600

Newcastle-upon-Tyne

279,100

Islington (LB)

206,300

Hackney (LB)

247,200

Bristol

428,100

Warrington

202,700

Southwark (LB)

288,700

Edinburgh*

495,360

Cambridge

122,700

Limpley Stoke

900

Lancashire

1,461,400

Chichester 22,731
Glasgow City 598,830
York 197,800
Liverpool 465,700
Brighton & Hove 273,400
Coventry 316,900
Middlesbrough 138,400
Bath & NE Somerset

175,500

Camden (LB)

220,100

Darlington

106,100

Waltham Forest(LB) 259,700
Wigan 318,100
Greenwich(LB) 255,500
Dunbar 6354
Fressingfield 900
Middleton 500
Tregony 1,000
Rochdale 211,900
Otley 14,124
Shipley 28,162
Bury 60,718
Bolton 139,403
Nottingham 303,900
City of Manchester 502,900
Haringey (LB) 255,500
Whitchurch, Hants 4,800
Southampton 239,700
Sefton 272,000
Lambeth (LB) 304,500
City of Birmingham 1,074,300
City of London (LB) 7,375
Calderdale 200,100
Lewisham (LB) 275,885
Total 11,664,088
Local authorities who have made political commitment for 20mph limits in principle
Norwich 194,839
Wirral 318,100
Bodmin 12,778
Worthing 104,600
Sheffield 551,800
Colchester 104,390
Bishopbriggs 23,500
Newton Abbot 26,000
Lewes 16,222
Watford 90,301
Ealing(LB) 339,300
North Hykeham 11,538

TOTAL

1,793,368

13,457,456

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How you can help us
20's Plenty for Us is a grass roots organisation that is changing our streets for the better.

We have local campaigns around the country. If you would like to set one up in your community then we can   help you get lower speeds where you live.

You don't have to donate to become a campaigner or supporter, but if you would like to do so then this would be very gratefully received.

Tommy's Story
Tommy KennyTommy Kenny, aged 10,  from Borehamwood was killed in 2007 while crossing the road. See the video directed by his friend Sidney Draper on his life and their campaign website for 20 mph speed limits on residential roads.
20's Plenty News and Events
5th Annual 20mph Places Conference - Camden Town Hall 18th Feb 2014
Our annual conference on 20mph limits - Details soon

       

For further details please email us at info@20splentyforus.org.uk or see our contact details here