The Parking Places (Disabled Persons’ Vehicles) (Amendment No. 4) Order (Northern Ireland) 2020

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Consultation opened on 29 July 2020. Closing date 21 August 2020 at 17:00.

Summary

The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) proposes to make an Order entitled The Parking Places (Disabled Persons’ Vehicles) (Amendment No. 4) Order (Northern Ireland) 2020.

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The Order will create parking places with unlimited waiting at the following locations:

  • Armagh: Cregagh Gardens in a parking area to the side of No. 17 and Navan Street in front of No. 6;
  • Ballymena: Lanntara, Ballee in a parking area in front of No. 17;
  • Banbridge: Ballygowan Road in front of No. 2 Primrose Gardens and Victoria Street to the side of No. 1 Victoria Walk;
  • Belfast: Castlecoole Park in front of No. 50, Eglantine Avenue in front of No. 109, Hamill Street in front of No. 60, Northwood Road in front of No. 70, Rochester Street in front of No. 9, Stracam Corner in a parking area in front of No. 20 and Warren Grove in a lay-by opposite No. 13;
  • Carrickfergus: Higgins Court in a parking area to the rear of No. 173 Larne Road;
  • Castlederg: Castlefin Park in a parking area to the side of No. 4 and Churchtown Park in front of No. 53;
  • Clady: New Street in front of No. 8;
  • Keady: Lir Gardens in front of No. 40;
  • Lisburn: Causeway Meadows in front of No. 100;
  • Newtownards: Mill Street in front of No. 164.

The Order will amend the conditions of an existing parking place from unlimited waiting to waiting limited to 2 hours Monday to Saturday between 8.00 am and 6.00 pm no return within 1 hour at Dundrum: Main Street in front of No. 165 (Groves Chemist).

The Order will also remove parking places with unlimited waiting at the following locations:

  • Ballywalter: Broadway in front of No. 9;
  • Larne: Killyglen Road in front of No. 47;
  • Londonderry: Mountjoy Street in front of No. 12.

All parking places are for the use of disabled persons’ vehicles only.

Inspecting the proposals

Full details are contained in the draft Order which, together with maps showing the roads involved, may be inspected free of charge during office hours within the period below at-

Network Traffic, Street Lighting and Transportation
DfI Roads Eastern Division
Annexe 7
Castle Buildings
Stormont Estate
Upper Newtownards Road
Belfast
BT4 3SQ
Traffic Management
DfI Roads Northern Division
County Hall
Galgorm Road
Ballymena
BT42 1QG
Network Development
DfI Roads Southern Division
Marlborough House
Central Way
Craigavon
BT64 1AD
Network Development
DfI Roads Southern Division
Rathkeltair House
Market Street
Downpatrick
BT30 6AJ
Network Development
DfI Roads Western Division
1 Crescent Road
Londonderry
BT47 2NQ
Network Development
DfI Roads Western Division
County Hall
Drumragh Avenue
Omagh
BT79 7AF

During the current Covid-19 emergency access to these buildings is limited and inspection of the draft Order is by appointment only which can be arranged either by e-mail using the relevant office e-mail address above or by telephone during office hours (Mon to Fri 9.00 am to 5.00 pm). on 0300 200 7899.

Making an objection

Any person may object or make other representations, specifying the grounds on which they are made, by writing or emailing the Department at the DfI Roads addresses above before 21 August 2020.

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