Proposed Roads Speed Limit (No. 4) Order 2022

Consultation opened on 21 September 2022. Closing date 13 October 2022 at 17:00.

Summary

The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) proposes to make an Order entitled the Roads (Speed Limit) (No.4) Order (Northern Ireland) 2022.

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Consultation description

The Order will–

  • apply a 30 miles per hour speed limit to a length of Coshquin Road, and Whitehouse Road, Londonderry; a length of Townhill Road, Portglenone.
  • apply a 40 miles per hour speed limit on a length of Belmont Road, Antrim; a length of Manse Road, Castlereagh; a length of Dunnygarron Road, Cullybackey; a length of Lovers Lane, Mountstafford Road and Townhill Road, Portglenone.
  • revoke a 50 miles per hour speed limit on a length of Belmont Road, Antrim.

Vehicles are excepted from the restrictions in certain circumstances.

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-

Inspection of the draft Order is by appointment only which can be arranged either by email using the relevant office e-mail address above or by telephone during office hours (Monday to Friday 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 within a period of 22 days from the date of publication of this Notice. 

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