Speed Cameras

Transport written question – answered on 12th February 2004.

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Photo of Simon Hughes Simon Hughes Liberal Democrat, North Southwark and Bermondsey

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many speed cameras were in place on (a) 1 January and (b) 1 January in each of the previous eight years in each of the local authorities in greater London.

Photo of Mr David Jamieson Mr David Jamieson Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department for Transport

holding answer 19 January 2004

We do not hold information centrally for camera operations other than those operated within the Safety Camera Partnerships. London established such a partnership in July 2002. From information provided by the partnership, the number of approved fixed speed camera locations established in each local authority area since then is as shown in the following table.

Fixed speed cameras ingreater London 2002 2003 additional locations 2004 proposed additional locations
City
Westminster 2
Camden 2
Islington 4 2
Hackney 1 2
Tower Hamlets 15 2
Greenwich 2
Lewisham 2 2
Southwark 2 2
Lambeth 4 2
Wandsworth 2
Hammersmith and Fulham 2
Kensington and Chelsea
Waltham Forest 4 1 2
Redbridge 1 2
Havering 2
Barking 1 2
Newham 2
Bexley 2
Bromley 2
Croydon 2
Sutton 2
Merton 2
Kingston 2 2
Richmond 1 1 2
Hounslow 2 2
Hillingdon 2
Ealing 3 2
Brent 1 2
Harrow 1 2
Barnet
Haringey 2
Enfield 3 1 2
Total 14 36 60

In addition to these fixed site camera sites there are currently two approved mobile camera locations.

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