Yes. I understand that within 20 metres of a road junction if there is a change in speed limit there should be regulatory signs on both roads?
yes, it goes into a tunnel
I'm glad you know the road I've referred to. The only sign of a change of speed limit is about 30 metres before the split in then road. Ive also checked the 2014 street view on google maps that shows there are no more speed signs either on the link road or entering into the tunnel where the camera is situated. My instinct is to put up a defence as I am an experienced, careful and safe driver, and seemed to be fooled by the unclear sinage. If the challenge fails am I likely to get three points and a fine?
Is there a time limit for them to summons?
In my opening question I asked "What regulatory speed restriction signs under TSRGD are required and where should they be placed?" This I understand relates to TSRGD Directive 9. You seemed to reply that this was a myth in which case is Directive 9 not valid?
Can you site a case law reference?