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Road Safety Fund Grant Recipients 2017

The Second round of Road Safety Funds was allocated in 2017. Total funding awarded: £264,848

1) £11,890.00 awarded to Hertfordshire Constabulary to purchase additional speed detection radar – traffic counters.

2) £600.00 awarded to Nettleden and Frithsden Society to undertake a speed and volume survey.Results showed no issues - no further action was taken.

3) £75,000.00 awarded to the Roads Victims Trust to help support the needs of families and individuals who are bereaved or affected by a sudden, violent and traumatic fatal road collision in Hertfordshire.

4) £1,150.00 awarded to Stevenage Borough Council to provide additional signage for road users to be vigilant of elderly residents.

5) £16,833.00 awarded to Watford Cycle Hub to provide a mobile bike mechanic service for children undertaking bike ability training.

6) £6,690.00 awarded to Flamstead Parish Council to provide one speed indicator device and two sockets. 

7) £8,100.00 awarded to Cunningham Residents Association to purchase one speed indicator device and one socket on the A1081 London Road, St Albans east of Railway Bridge. Three other sites visited but were not suitable.

8) £6,100.00 awarded to Tewin Parish Council to purchase one speed indicator device and socket on Upper Green between No. 16 and Tennis Courts, opposite the cricket pitch.

9) £7,690.00 awarded to Ardeley Parish Council (Cromer DriveSafe Volunteers) to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets. These are located at the North and South end of Cromer village.

10) £7,690.00 awarded to Stapleford Parish Council to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets. These are located at the North and South end of Waterford village.

11) £9,280.00 awarded to Sandridge Parish Council to purchase one speed indicator device and three extra sockets. Six locations on three different roads were assessed, with a suggestion of relocating the three sockets and the speed indicator device at different times.
 
12) £6,690.00 awarded to Essendon Parish Council to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets. These are located at entry points to Essendon village.
 
13) £8,690.00 awarded to Flaunden Parish Council to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets. A request was also submitted for an additional socket and a third location was assessed. The devices will be placed at the
 
14) £7,690.00 awarded to Sawbridgeworth Town Council to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets. A request has been submitted for a third socket and a third location was assessed. The devices will be placed at the two most appropriate locations.
 
15) £7,690.00 awarded to Shenley Parish Council to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets. The devices will be placed at the two most appropriate locations. A further assessment is additionally being carried out on Black Lion Hill.
 
16) £1,715.00 awarded to Watton-at-Stone Parish Council to purchase a speed indicator device socket only and its first relocation. A fixed solar powered speed indication device was successfully purchased from round one of the Road Safety Fund in 2016.

17) £9,690.00 awarded to St Ippolyts Parish Council to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets. Four locations were assessed. An additional grant may be provided for an additional speed indicator device and two sockets in Gosmore and St Ippolyts. This would bring the total amount funded to £11,160.

18) £8,690.00 awarded to Buntingford Town Council to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets. Three locations were assessed altogether and it was suggested to place the devices in the two locations with greater need.
 
19) £1,000.00 granted to Watford Grammar School for Girls to carry out a feasability study. It was decided that the location wasn’t suitable for a speed indicator device  due to the presence of  street furniture and a narrow footway.

20) £6,100.00 granted to Sele Youth and Community Forum to purchase one speed indicator device and one socket.
 
21) £10,870.00 awarded to Wymondley Parish Council to purchase one speed indicator device and socket and three extra sockets.Four sites were assessed. It was suggested to place the devices in the two locations with greater need.

22) £6,100.00 awarded to Oxhey Village Environment Group to purchase one speed indicator device and socket. To be located on Chalk Hill opposite Villiers Road.

23) £6,690.00 awarded to Hertfordshire County Council to purchase one speed indicator device and socket and one extra socket. The device will be located at Elstree Hill North.
 
24) £6,100.00 awarded to Newgate Street Village Society to purchase one speed indicator device and socket to be located outside No. 17 Newgate Street Village.
 
25) £6,690.00 awarded to Leverstock Green Village Association to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets.
 
26) £5,690.00 awarded to Broxbourne Community Safety Partnership to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets. Two locations on Ware Road have been suggested.
 
27) £6,690.00 awarded to Walkern Parish Council to purchase one speed indicator device and two sockets.
 
28) £6,690.00 awarded to Gravel Path Residents Association (carried forward from Round One) to purchase one speed indicator and two sockets. Locations to be confirmed.
 
29) £1,000.00 awarded to Tennyson Road Residents Group to carry out a feasibility study for a speed indicator device. The location was deemed unsuitable for a device.