Evington Village proposed 20MPH zone

Closed 18 Aug 2017

Opened 21 Jul 2017

Results expected 30 Sep 2017

Feedback Updated 7 Dec 2017

We Asked

We proposed a 20mph zone within the Evington village area.

You Said

28 responses were received to the online consultation.  
19 were within the consultation delivery area. 14 of these were included in the consultation figures after duplicates were disregarded.
Nine were from outside the consultation delivery area.
We also carried out a paper consultation to residents in the area.
873 letters were delivered. 282 replied (including 14 via the online consultation) which was a 32% response rate. (some replied by letter and online consultation, and only the letter was counted. Some replied by online consultation more than once. Only once was counted).
238 (84%) were in favour of the proposed 20mph zone, 40 (14%) against and 4 (2%) were unsure.
174 (62%) were in favour of the proposed traffic calming, 98 (35%) against and 9 (3%) were unsure.
Of the 9 online consultation replies outside the area, 6 (67%) were in favour and 3 (33%) against the proposed 20mph zone. 4 (44%) were in favour of the proposed traffic calming in the area and 5 (56%) were against.

We Did

As a result of the support of the proposal, the City Mayor has approved the implementation of the scheme which is scheduled to come into force during February  2018.


Leicester City Council is proposing to implement a 20mph Zone in the Evington Village area of Leicester.

As part of this project it is proposed to reduce the speed limit in the area from 30mph to 20mph. It is also proposed to install traffic calming speed cushions on The Common, part of St Denys Road and Evington Lane approaching The Common, and put the existing Main Street pedestrian crossing on a flat topped road hump.

Why We Are Consulting

The Transport Strategy Section is now consulting residents and other interested parties for their views on the proposed changes.  This consultation will be the basis on which the City Mayor will make his decision on whether to implement the scheme or not.


  • Evington


  • All residents


  • Schools
  • Highways
  • Climate change
  • Community safety
  • Public transport
  • Cycling
  • Transport