Temporary traffic restrictions during Belladrum and Black Isle Show events

The Highland Council is advising all road users that a number of temporary traffic restrictions will be in place from Wednesday 1 August onwards to reduce the disruption to traffic likely to be caused by the Black Isle Show and Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival events.

  Details are as follows:

  • To temporarily prohibit the use of the B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road from a point 285 metres, or thereby, east of its junction with the U2650 Tomich Industrial Estate Road to its junction with the U2719 Gilchrist Churchyard Access Road, between 08:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.
  • To temporarily prohibit vehicles from travelling at speeds in excess of 30 miles per hour on:

(a) B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road from its junction with the A862 (at Windhill) to its junction with the A832 (at Lilyloch), between 09:00hrs on Wednesday 1st August and 21:00hrs on Sunday 5th August 2018.

(b) A832 Cromarty – Fortrose – Tore – Muir Of Ord – Moy Bridge Road from a point 700 metres, or thereby, east of its junction with the B9169 (at Lilyloch) to the commencement of the existing 20 miles per hour speed limit at Muir of Ord, between 09:00hrs on Wednesday 1st August and 21:00hrs on Friday 3rd August 2018.

(c) B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road commencing at its junction with the A832 (at Broadbrae) and extending in a northeasterly direction for a distance of 320 metres, or thereby, between 09:00hrs on Wednesday 1st August and 21:00hrs on Friday 3rd August 2018.

(d) A862 Ardullie – Dingwall – Beauly – Inverness Road from the junction with the private access leading to ‘BRC Motorcycles & Clothing’ to the bridge over the Allt Ban, between 09:00hrs on Wednesday 1st August and 21:00hrs on Friday 3rd August 2018.

(e) A833 Milton – Phoineas Road from its junction with the A862 to a point 250 metres, or thereby, south of its junction with the U1580 Tomnacross Road, Kiltarlity, between 08:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August and 15:00hrs on Sunday 5th August 2018.

  • To temporarily prohibit vehicles from travelling at speeds in excess of 20 miles per hour on:

(a) A862 Ardullie – Dingwall – Beauly – Inverness Road from the end of the permanent 30 miles per hour speed limit, 217 metres, or thereby, south of the centreline of Tarradale Gardens, Muir of Ord to the private access to ‘BRC Motorcycles & Clothing’, between 09:00hrs on Wednesday 1st August to 21:00hrs on Friday 3rd August 2018.

(b) A833 Milton – Phoineas Road from its northernmost junction with the U2108 Belladrum Road, Kiltarlity, to its southernmost junction with the U2108, between 08:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August to 15:00hrs on Sunday 5th August 2018.

  • To temporarily prohibit vehicles from making the following turning manoeuvres:

(a) Turning left from Gilchrist Car Park (Labelled as Car Park 1) into the B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road, between 08:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

(b) Turning right from Forest (West) Car Park into the B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road, between 08:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

(c) Turning right from Car Park (Labelled as Car Park 2) into the B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road, between 08:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

(d) Turning right from the B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road into the A862 Ardullie – Dingwall – Beauly – Inverness Road, between 14:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

(e) Turning right from the A832 Cromarty – Fortrose – Tore – Muir Of Ord – Moy Bridge Road into the B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road, between 14:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

(f) Turning left from the A832 Cromarty – Fortrose – Tore – Muir Of Ord –Moy Bridge Road into the B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road, between 14:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

  • To temporarily prohibit any vehicle from waiting on:

(a) A832 Cromarty – Fortrose – Tore – Muir Of Ord – Moy Bridge Road from a point 700 metres, or thereby, east of its junction with the B9169 (at Lilyloch) to its junction with the A862 (at Tarradale Hotel), between 09:00hrs on Wednesday 1st August and 21:00hrs on Friday 3rd August 2018.

(b) B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road from its junction with the A862 (at Windhill) to its junction with the A832 (at Lilyloch), between 09:00hrs on Wednesday 1st August and 21:00hrs on Friday 3rd August 2018.

(c) B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie – Shoreton Road commencing at its junction with the A832 (at Broadbrae) and extending in a northeasterly direction for a distance of 320 metres, or thereby, between 09:00hrs on Wednesday 1st August and 21:00hrs on Friday 3rd August 2018.

(d) A862 Ardullie – Dingwall – Beauly – Inverness Road from its junction with Logan Way, Muir Of Ord, to its northernmost junction with the U3155 Windhill Road, between 09:00hrs on Wednesday 1st August and 21:00hrs on Friday 3rd August 2018.

  • To temporarily introduce one way restrictions on:

(a) A832 Cromarty – Fortrose – Tore – Muir Of Ord – Moy Bridge Road from its junction with the B9169 (at Broadbrae) to its junction with the A862 (at Tarradale Hotel), between 14:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

(b) B9164 Bogroy – Kirkhill – Dunballoch Road from its junction with the A862 (at Dunballoch) to its junction with the C1116 Cononbank – Kirkhill Smithy Road, between 12:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

(c) U2108 Belladrum Road, Kiltarlity, from its northernmost junction with the A833 (at Gate Lodge) to its southernmost junction with the A833 (at Meg’s Stone), between 08:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August and 15:00hrs on Sunday 5th August 2018.

(d) B9169 Muir Of Ord – Leanaig – Culbokie Road from its junction with the A832 Cromarty – Fortrose – Tore – Muir Of Ord – Moy Bridge Road to its junction with the U2719 Gilchrist Churchyard Access Road, between 08:00hrs and 20:00hrs on Thursday 2nd August 2018.

 

Emergency Services’ Vehicles, being used in an emergency for Ambulance, Coastguard, Fire Brigade or Police purposes, and Vehicles employed by the ‘Black Isle Show’ and ‘Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival’ events, are exempt from the restrictions detailed in the Order.

 

ENDS

31 Jul 2018
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