(Routes B 7046 Sinclairston and C 83 Hayhill andNotice ID: GRE1745452
Interim Head of Roads - Ayrshire Roads Alliance Opera House, 8 John Finnie Street, Kilmarnock KA1 1DD
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EAST AYRSHIRE COUNCIL
(Routes B 7046 Sinclairston and C 83 Hayhill and
Sinclairston) (30 mph and 40 mph Speed Limits and
Revocation) Order 202_
NOTICE OF PROPOSALS
Notice is hereby given that the Council proposes to make the above-named Order that would have the effect of reducing the current length of 30mph speed limit restriction on the B 7046 in Sinclairston (returning this length of road to the national speed limit) and would reduce the existing length of national speed limit road on the C 83 between Sinclairston and Hayhill to 40mph. The Order will affect the following roads:
The existing length of the 30mph speed limit will be reduced by 90m on the eastern side of the village.
The existing national speed limit between Hayhill and Sinclairston will be reduced to 40mph.
Proposed new total length
0.455km or thereby
Sinclairston B 7046
0.475km or thereby
To maintain comprehensive Speed Limit Orders the length of road listed below will be included in this proposed Order. There will be no changes made to the existing restrictions on this road.
Town Route Effect Existing length
Sinclairston C 83 The existing extents of the 0.025km or 30mph speed limit on the thereby western side of Sinclairston will be retained.
Full details, plan and a Statement of Reasons for proposing to make this Order, are available for inspection online at
. gov.uk/notices/east-ayrshire/traffic/00000231433 or can be emailed to interested parties on request by contacting us at the address below or by firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone wishing to object to these proposals, must do so in writing stating the grounds on which the objection is made to: Interim Head of Roads -Ayrshire Roads Alliance at the address above or by emailing enquiries®
by Friday 3 July 2020.
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