Decriminalised parking enforcement

Consultations

The Highland Council (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting and Loading and Parking Places) (Decriminalised Parking Enforcement and Consolidation) Variation Four Order 2019

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Highland Council on 12 November 2020 made, in terms of sections 1(1), 2(1) to (3), 4, 19, 32, 35, 45, 46, 47 and 124 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the above Order which will come into operation on 1 December 2020

The effect of the Order will be as previously advertised by Notice in the Press and Journal Newspaper dated 12 September 2019.

Copies of the made Order, together with a copy of the relevant maps can be inspected at The Highland Council, Parking Services Office, Rose Street Multi Storey Car Park, Farraline Park, Inverness, IV11NH on weekdays during normal office hours. The order may also be viewed online at www.highland.gov.uk/troconsultations

Any person wishing to question the validity of the Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that it is not within the powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or that a requirement of that Act or of any relevant regulations made thereunder has not been complied with may, within six weeks from the date on which the Order was made, make application for the purpose to the Court of Session.

12/11/2020, Legal Manager, Highland Council HQ, Glenurquhart Rd, Inverness

This Order Variation affects roads at:

  • The Quiraing, Skye – Roadside Pay and Display, Waiting Restrictions
  • Ford Road, Broadford – Roadside Pay and Display
  • Station Road, Mallaig – Roadside Pay and Display
  • Davies Brae, Mallaig – Roadside Pay and Display
  • Millbank Crescent, Nairn – Permit Parking
  • Acre Street, Nairn – Waiting Restrictions and Permit Parking
  • Rose Street, Nairn – Waiting Restrictions and Permit Parking
  • Mill Road, Nairn – Waiting Restrictions and Permit Parking

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THE HIGHLAND COUNCIL (MULBUIE) (40 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2019

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Highland Council on the November 2020 made, in terms of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the above Order which will come into operation on 16November 2020.

The Order was previously advertised by Notice in the Ross-shire Journal dated 13 September 2019 and the effect of the Order is as described in that Notice.

In terms of Section 7 and Schedule 6 Part 3 paragraph 9 of the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, the Council has decided not to make the order available for public inspection or publicise it other than by electronic means because to do otherwise may give rise to a significant risk of the transmission of coronavirus. A copy of the Order may be found at www.highland.gov.uk/troconsultations or by emailing road.safety@highland.gov.uk.

Any person wishing to question the validity of the Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that it is not within the powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or that a requirement of that Act or of any relevant regulations made thereunder has not been complied with may, within six weeks from the date on which the Order was made, make application for the purpose to the Court of Session.

09/11/2020 Ross Bartlett, Technician, The Road Safety Team, The Highland Council, Headquarters, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, IV3 5NX.

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THE HIGHLAND COUNCIL (LOCHABER) (DISABLED PERSONS’ PARKING PLACES) ORDER 2011 AMENDMENT ORDER 2020

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Highland Council on 2 November 2020 made, in terms of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Sections 32 (1) and 45(2) and part IV of Schedule 9 , the above Order which will come into operation on Monday 9 November 2020

The Order was previously advertised by Notice in the Lochaber Times on Thursday 4 June 2020 and the effect of the Order is as described in that Notice (with the exception of the disabled parking place at Mulroy Terrace, Roy Bridge which is now located in line with the east boundary fence of 13 Mulroy Terrace extending in a westerly direction for 6 metres or therby)

Copies of the made Order, together with a copy of the relevant maps can be inspected by downloading the Lochaber Disabled Person order.

Any person wishing to question the validity of the Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that it is not within the powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or that a requirement of that Act or of any relevant regulations made thereunder has not been complied with may, within six weeks from the date on which the Order was made, make application for the purpose to the Court of Session.

02/11/2020: Richard Porteous, Roads Operations Manager, Lochaber, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey Area.

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THE HIGHLAND COUNICL U4966 SCHOOL ROAD and U4966 WEYMSS PLACE, KYLE OF LOCAHLSH, SPEED HUMPS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Highland Council, in terms of the powers contained in section 36 and 37 of the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984 as amended and of all other powers enabling them in that behalf propose to construct 1 pair of speed humps on the U4966 School Road, Kyle of Lochalsh and 1 pair of speed humps on the U4966 Weymss Place, Kyle of Lochalsh as follows:

  • School Road humps located 37 metres or thereby southwest of its junction with MacKenzie Place, Kyle of Lochalsh
  • Weymss Place humps located 21 metres or thereby southwest of its junction with School Road, Kyle of Lochalsh

where the proposed speed humps are 75mm in height (max), 1600 mm wide and 1900 mm in length.

In terms of Section 7 and Schedule 6 Part 3 paragraph 9 of the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, the Council has decided not to make the schedule and plans available for public inspection or publicise them other than by electronic means because to do otherwise may give rise to a significant risk of the transmission of coronavirus. A copy of the schedule, plan and statement of reasons may be found at the link below or by emailing road.safety@highland.gov.uk.

All objections to the proposals must be made in writing and must specify the grounds of objection on or before Friday 4 December 2020 to the following:

Lisa MacKellaich, Road Safety Officer, Highland Council lisa.mackellaich@highland.gov.uk or Lisa MacKellaich, Road Safety Officer, Road Safety Team, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, IV3 5NX.

28 ;October 2020

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THE HIGHLAND COUNCIL PROPOSE TO CONSTRUCT A PEDESTRIAN REFUGE ISLANDS AND UNCONTROLLED PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS ON B863 LOCHABER ROAD– KINLOCHLEVEN

The Highland Council, in terms of the powers contained in The Roads (Scotland) Act 1984 as amended and of all other powers enabling them in that behalf propose to construct pedestrian refuge islands, road narrowing’s to form uncontrolled pedestrian crossings on the B863 Lochaber Road - Kinlochleven.

In terms of Schedule 6 Part 3 paragraph 9 of the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, the Council has decided not to make the schedule available for public inspection or publicise it other than by electronic means because to do otherwise may give rise to a significant risk of the transmission of coronavirus. A copy of the Schedule, proposed plan and the Authorities Statement of Reasons may be found at the link below or by emailing road.safety@highland.gov.uk.

It should be noted that all objections must be made in writing and must specify the grounds thereof and should be made to the undersigned before the 20th of November 2020.

Ross Bartlett, Technician, Highland Council, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, IV3 5NX

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THE HIGHLAND COUNCIL (CORONAVIRUS) (BUGHT ROAD, INVERNESS) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF WAITING) ORDER 2020

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Highland Council (CORONAVIRUS) (BUGHT ROAD, INVERNESS) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF WAITING) ORDER 2020 has been made under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended. The Order, which has a maximum duration of 18 months, will come into force at 0600hrs on 1 October 2020. While the Order is in force, the restrictions will apply 24 hours a day. The Order is required to maintain social distancing and ensure public and road safety while Coronavirus restrictions are in place. The Council will keep the situation under review and will only revoke the Order before 18 months have elapsed if it considers that the restrictions are no longer necessary. If the Council decides to revoke the Order, this will be publicised prior to the restrictions being lifted. When this temporary Order comes into force, it will introduce a prohibition against waiting or parking on the following section of road:

The west side of the carriageway of the U2823 Bught Road, Inverness from its junction with the U3821 Bught Avenue to its junction with the U3788 Ballifeary Lane, a distance of 850 metres or thereby.

Copies of the temporary Order can be viewed at https://consult.highland.gov.uk/kse/event/35394

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THE HIGHLAND COUNCIL (B9162 LEANAIG ROAD AT BEN WYVIS PRIMARY SCHOOL, CONON BRIDGE) BUILD-OUT to FORM UNCONTROLLED PEDESTRIAN CROSSING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Highland Council, in terms of the powers contained in section 36 and 37 of the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984 as amended and of all other powers enabling them in that behalf propose to construct a build-out which will form an uncontrolled pedestrian crossing on the B9162 Leanaig Road, Conon Bridge as follows:

  • Build-out located 55 m or thereby west of the B9163 roundabout.

The Build-out Uncontrolled Pedestrian Crossing is a narrowing of the existing carriageway to 4 metres width by localised widening of the existing footpath. Give/take road markings and signage will be installed as per the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016. The total length of the build out is 12.1 metres flushed to the edge of carriageway kerb. Width of build out is 1.9 metres.

In terms of Section 7 and Schedule 6 Part 3 paragraph 9 of the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, the Council has decided not to make the schedule and plan available for public inspection or publicise them other than by electronic means because to do otherwise may give rise to a significant risk of the transmission of coronavirus. A copy of the schedule, proposed plan and the roads authority’s Statement of Reasons may be found at www.highland.gov.uk/troconsultations or by emailing road.safety@highland.gov.uk.

All objections to the proposals must be made in writing and must specify the grounds of objection on or before Monday 14th December 2020 to the following:

Ross Bartlett Technician Highland Council Glenurquhart Road Inverness IV3 5NX road.safety@highland.gov.uk

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The Highland Council (U4301 Trostan Road, Thurso)(One Way), Traffic Regulation Order 2020

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Highland Council, on the 2nd July 2020, made the following Order entitled The Highland Council (U4301 Trostan Road, Thurso) (One Way), Traffic Regulation Order 2020 in terms of Sections 1(1) and (2), 2(1) to 2(3), 3, and 4(1) to 4(3) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended.

The Order shall come into operation on 10th July 2020. The effect of the order makes the U4301 Trostan Road, Thurso one way to vehicles from its junction with the U4119 Pennyland Drive to its junction with the U4119 Pennyland Drive for its entire length travelling from South to North. The order was previously advertised in the John O’Groats Journal on 23rd August 2019.

In terms of Schedule 6 Part 3 paragraph 9 of the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, the Council has decided not to make the order available for public inspection or publicise it other than by electronic means because to do otherwise may give rise to a significant risk of the transmission of coronavirus. A copy of the Order may be found at www.highland.gov.uk/consultations and selecting “Rollout of decriminalised Parking Enforcement” or by emailing road.safety@highland.gov.uk.

Any person wishing to question the validity of the Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that it is not within the powers of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, or that a requirement of that Act or of any relevant regulations made thereunder has not been complied with may, within six weeks from the date on which the Order was made, make application for the purpose to the Court of Session.

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2020 - The Highland Council (Bus Lane and Prohibition of Vehicles) Temporary Traffic Regulation Order 2020 in terms of s14 (1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

Notice is hereby given that, on 8 June 2020, The Highland Council made an Order under section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 entitled as above. The order will come into force on 15 June 2020 and will remain in effect until 1 November 2021. The effect of the Order is to prohibit to vehicular traffic except for local buses and pedal cycles on those sections of road described in the schedule hereto. Because of the likelihood of danger to the public on the road during the coronavirus pandemic, the Council, as Roads Authority, is satisfied that traffic should be restricted in order to protect public transport provision and increase walking and cycling provision.

In terms of Schedule 6 Part 3 paragraph 9 of the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, the Council has decided not to make the order available for public inspection or publicise it other than by electronic means because to do otherwise may give rise to a significant risk of the transmission of coronavirus. A copy of the Order may be found at www.highland.gov.uk/consultations and selecting “Rollout of decriminalised Parking Enforcement”.

The effect of the Order is to temporarily restrict use of parts of described roads to local buses and pedal cycles only subject to certain limited exceptions as detailed in the Order. This Order will also allow for the enforcement of any contraventions or offences.

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2020 - THE HIGHLAND COUNCIL (LOCHABER) (DISABLED PERSONS’ PARKING PLACES) ORDER 2011 AMENDMENT ORDER 2020

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Highland Council propose to make an Order entitled as above in terms of Sections 32(1) and 45(2) and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

When the Order comes into effect the Order will create parking places for the use of disabled persons’ vehicles only on the areas of road detailed in the Schedule 1 hereto and delete parking places for the use of disabled persons’ vehicles on the areas of road detailed in the Schedule 2 hereto

Copies of the proposed Order, as drafted, together with a copy of the relevant plans, a copy of the Authority’s Statement of Reasons for proposing to make the Order and a copy of the Orders to be amended.

Any person wishing to object to the proposed Orders should write to the undersigned specifying the Order to which objection is being made, and the grounds of the objection. All letters of objection must be received by the undersigned within 21 days from 4 June 2020.

Shona Pottinger, Solicitor, The Highland Council, County Buildings, Dingwall or email shona.pottinger@highland.gov.uk

The effect of the Order will be to amend by adding or deleting some Disabled Persons Parking Places in Lochaber. You can view all documentation by selecting the following:


2018 Further rollout of Decriminalised Parking Enforcement ON Street - Details of MADE Order

The following locations link to map based Traffic Regulation Orders detailing on-street waiting and loading restrictions to be delivered by The Highland Council (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting and Loading and Parking Places) (Decriminalised Parking Enforcement and Consolidation) Variation Three Order 2018 - This Order will come into force on 14 May 2019 with certain items set aside for further review and consultation.

Maps for review

Documents:

This Order will be MADE on 30 April 2019

Please email any questions and your contact details to parking@highland.gov.uk.


2019 - Permit Parking update, transfer to Zones

We are moving many streets into groups of streets known as Permit Zones, these will increase availability for users and make enforcement and management of the schemes easier.

Terms and conditions for 2019

The zones will be introduced during April/May 2019. Each zone will have a unique reference number and each permit bay sign will indicate if it is part of a zone.

We will also be updating the online application process so customers can "self service" and keep better track of their permits. You will still be able to visit any service point for help if needed.


2018 Amendments to the On Street Traffic Order for Fort William

2018 Tariff Changes

The following Notice informed the public that Charges and Fees at the listed locations will be as published from the 23rd of April 2018

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