(A866 Parkend, Stornoway Isle Of Lewis) (30mph Speed Limit) Order 2018

We Asked

Following extensive housing development in the Parkend area the existing 40mph limit will be reduced to a 30mph limit. This will extend the existing 30mph limit from near the old Sandwickhill School beyond the Parkend housing scheme on the A866.

We asked if the public were in acceptance of a proposal to make the (A866 Parkend, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis) (30mph Speed Limit) Order 2018.

You Said

There were no objections to the proposal following a 4 week consultation period.

We Did

Of The Key Themes: We Did

The proposal will be made in to a Traffic Regulation Order, advertised and the road signage changed to suit.

Of The Key Themes: We Did Not Do

Not Applicable





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Overview

The reason for implementing this Order is in the interests of road safety.

Following extensive housing development in the area the existing 40mph limit will be reduced to a 30mph limit. This will extend the existing 30mph limit from near the old Sandwickhill School beyond the Parkend housing scheme on the A866.

When the existing 40mph speed limit was made in 1992 there wasn’t any development in the fields to the north of the A866.

With the construction of the Mackenzie Housing estate there has been a significant rise in the number of pedestrian and traffic movements in this area.

Why We Are Consulting

Any person wishing to object to the proposed Order should send details in writing to Traffic-Order-Consultations@cne-siar.gov.uk or in hard copy to the Chief Executive, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Council Offices, Sandwick Road, Stornoway, HS1 2BW to be received no later than 4pm, Friday 23 February 2018. Objections should state the full name and address of the objector, the Order to which they relate and the grounds on which they are made.

What Happens Next

Following the consultation period, if the order is to be implemented, the process will continue with the making of the order and the relevant signage being installed.

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