The Parking Places (Disabled Persons’ Vehicles) (Amendment No. 7) Order (Northern Ireland) 2017

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Consultation opened on 08 November 2017. Closing date 01 December 2017.

Summary

The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) proposes to make an Order entitled The Parking Places (Disabled Persons’ Vehicles) (Amendment No. 7) Order (Northern Ireland) 2017.

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Consultation description

The Order will create parking places with unlimited waiting at:

  • Armagh: Navan Street in front of No. 5;
  • Banbridge: Brookfield Meadows in front of No. 62, Church View Drive in front of No. 20, Iveagh Park in front of No. 114 and Maryville Drive in a parking area adjacent to No. 44;
  • Bangor: Ballygowan Gardens to the rear of No. 226 Clandeboye Road;
  • Belfast: Clarawood Park in front of No. 81, Haywood Avenue in front of No. 13 and Whitewell Parade in front of No. 16;
  • Donaghadee: Cypress Park in front of No. 4 and High Street in front of No. 31 (Gordons Chemist);
  • Dungannon: Victoria Way to the side of No. 11;
  • Gilford: Stramore Road in front of No. 4 Riverside;
  • Greyabbey: Main Street in front of No. 36;
  • Londonderry: Carnhill to the rear of No. 496 and Primrose Street in front of No. 18;
  • Milford: Hill Street in front of No.13;
  • Moy: Dungannon Street in front of No. 6 (Moy Credit Union);
  • Newry: Sandy’s Street in front of No. 16;
  • Newtownards: Greenwell Place in front of No. 25;
  • Warrenpoint: Ardallan Park in front of No. 66 and Dock Street in front of No. 5 (Genoa’s Ice Cream Parlour).

As part of the Belfast Rapid Transit scheme for the ‘Whiterock Road to Finaghy Road North’ phase the Order will create 9 parking places with waiting limited to 2 hours Monday to Saturday 8.00 am to 6.00 pm with return prohibited within 1 hour or 6.00 pm in Belfast:

  • Andersonstown Road in a lay-by in front of Coopers Chemist;
  • Andersonstown Road in a lay-by in front of Dynan Optician;
  • Andersonstown Road in the car park beside Noel Grimleys (2 spaces);
  • Andersonstown Road in a lay-by beside Riverdale Park East;
  • Andersonstown Road in a lay-by beside Casement Park;
  • Andersonstown Road in a lay-by beside Slemish Way;
  • Slemish Way in a lay-by in front of the shops (Breen Rankin Solicitors); and
  • Slievegallon Drive in a lay-by beside Iceland.

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

The Order will also amend:

  • the conditions of an existing parking place at Comber: The Square, in front of Ulster Bank, from unlimited parking to waiting limited to 3 hours Monday to Saturday between 8.00 am and 6.30 pm with return prohibited within 1 hour or 6.30 pm;
  • and the descriptions of 2 existing parking places in Newcastle: Railway Street in front of No. 4 and opposite No. 12.

The Order will remove parking places with unlimited waiting at:

  • Belfast: Clarawood Park in front of No. 59, Cliftonville Street in front of No. 6, Palestine Street in front of No. 75 and Windsor Road in front of No. 54;
  • Comber: Lower Crescent in front of No. 12 and Park Crescent in front of No. 13;
  • Holywood: Spencer Street in front of No. 13;
  • Killyleagh: Church Hill in front of No. 3.

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 the addresses below:

DfI Headquarters
Room 301
Clarence Court
10-18 Adelaide Street
Belfast
DfI Roads, Eastern Division
Hydebank
Hospital Road
Belfast
BT8 8JL
DfI Roads, Southern Division
Marlborough House
Central Way
Craigavon
BT64 1AD
DfI Roads, Southern Division
Rathkeltair House
Market Street
Downpatrick
BT30 6AJ
DfI Roads, Western Division
County Hall
Drumragh Road
Omagh
BT79 7AF

Making an objection

Any person may object or make other representations, specifying the grounds on which they are made, before 1 December 2017, by writing or emailing the Department at the addresses above.

Any information you provide, including personal information, could be published or disclosed under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) or the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (EIR).  For further details on confidentiality, the FOIA and the EIR please refer to https://www.ico.org.uk

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