New 30mph speed limit could be brought in on Bradford district road

A 30mph zone is proposed for a Bradford road
A 30mph zone is proposed for a Bradford road

A SPEED limit of 30mph could be introduced on a Bradford district road.

Bradford Council proposes to impose a speed limit of 30mph on the B6265 Bradford Road between Cottingley Drive and Cottingley New Road, Bingley.

A copy of the draft order together with a map showing the affected roads and the statement of reasons for proposing to make the order may be examined on the council's website at or obtained from David Trick, Traffic & Highway, Stockbridge Depot, Royd Ings Ave, Keighley BD21 4BX, or by telephone on 01535 618256 or email: quoting reference number: P/HS/ THN/104993/110.

Anyone wishing to object to the proposed order should send the grounds for their objection in writing either by post to the address below or by e-mail to to be received no later than 12 noon on Friday October 13, 2023 quoting reference CORP/PCD/DS/414600.

In other road-related public notices, Carr Lane in Bingley will remain closed until December 22 as water works take place.

Bradford Council has put a closure notice in place along Carr Lane from its junction with Micklethwaite Lane to a point outside the Whins Cottage. It began on September 4 and is due to end at 6pm on Friday December 22.

Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times.

Alternative routes for traffic affected by the order are available via Carr Lane (the unaffected section), Otley Road, Main Road, Carr Lane, Morton Lane, Keighley Road, Micklethwaithe Lane and vice versa.

Also on the council's public notices portal - which can be viewed on the Telegraph & Argus website ( members of the public have until Thursday to comment on an application for a goods vehicle operator’s licence.

MRMS Solutions Ltd of Park Nook, Hellifield Road, Bolton by Bowland, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 4LU, is applying for a licence to use Units 6 and 8 Commondale Way, Euroway Industrial Estate, Bradford, BD4 6SF, as an operating centre for five goods vehicles. No trailers are involved.

Owners or occupiers of land, including buildings, near the operating centre, who believe that their use or enjoyment of that land would be affected, should write to the Traffic Commissioner at Hillcrest House 386 Harehills Lane Leeds LS9 6NF stating their reasons, by Thursday October 4. Representors must at the same time send a copy of their representations to the applicant at the address given on the notice. A Guide to Making Representations is available from the Traffic Commissioner’s Office.