The Order will revoke certain existing parking places and waiting restrictions on lengths of Castle Hill, Scotch Street and Thomas Street. The Order will replace them with —
- parking places on lengths of Castle Hill, Scotch Street and Thomas Street, with parking limited to 1 hour with return to a parking place prohibited for 1 hour between 8.15 am and 6.15 pm Monday to Saturday inclusive;
- parking places for the use of disabled persons’ vehicles only, with unlimited waiting, on lengths of Castle Hill in front of No. 2 and to the side of Ranfurly House Arts and Visitor Centre and Scotch Street in front of No. 14/16;
- a no waiting at any time restriction (loading and unloading permitted) on a length of Market Square; and
- a no waiting at any time restriction (loading and unloading not permitted) on a length of Market Square.
The Order will also introduce a no waiting at any time restriction (loading and unloading not permitted) on a length of Moy Road and Tamnamore Close and amend the description of an existing loading bay in Market Square.
Vehicles are excepted from the restrictions in certain circumstances.
Inspecting the proposal
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 Department’s address as follows:DfI Roads Western Division
During the current Covid-19 emergency access to buildings is limited and inspection of the draft Order is by appointment only which can be arranged either by e-mail using the office e-mail address below or by telephone during office hours (Mon to Fri 9.00 am to 5.00 pm) on 02882245085.
Making an objection
Any person may, before 21 May 2021, object or make other representations to the proposal in writing to the Department at the address above or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org stating the grounds for objection.
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