The number of speeding tickets issued since average speed cameras were installed along a stretch of the A10 has topped 14,000.

But a councillor has complained that Transport for London has only “half-delivered” on a pledge to install cameras.

TfL has revealed that 14,774 notices of intended prosecution had been sent out for the stretch of road from Southbury Road to Bullsmoor Lane since the safety cameras were installed in April this year.

Temporary average speed cameras were installed along this section of road in response to long-standing complaints from councillors and residents about dangerous driving. A system of permanent cameras will be installed later this year.

Cllr James Hockney (Conservative, Bush Hill Park) complained TfL had not installed any on the stretch between the Great Cambridge Road roundabout and the Southbury Road roundabout.

Cllr Hockney said: “We run the community campaign calling for average speed cameras for the Enfield Borough – Enfield and Edmonton. It is very disappointing that the average speed cameras have only been installed on half of the A10 stretch and almost exclusively in Enfield, leaving Edmonton virtually entirely out.

“Moreover, the Mayor and TfL have not replaced all the cameras that were historically removed.”

TfL defended its decision to install cameras along only a section of the carriageway, saying there were never plans to put average speed cameras along the whole of the A10.

TfL’s chief safety, health and environment officer Lilli Matson said: “It is simply wrong to suggest that we have not fulfilled our promise. We have delivered 18 new temporary speed cameras, tackling an area that has previously experienced speeding issues, in locations that were agreed with Enfield Council.

“The locations of the cameras were determined by police data and an independent report. We’re determined to tackle the danger caused by speeding and eliminate death and serious injury from London’s roads, so will continue to work closely with Enfield Council and the Metropolitan Police to solve issues on the A10.”

TfL said the locations of two safety cameras that were removed in October 2015 from near Trinity Road and near Lee Road had been monitored, and there had been a subsequent reduction in injuries along this stretch of road.