PROPOSED SPEED LIMIT ORDERS

Click on the dowloads section to view the maps relating to the proposed Speed Limit Orders.

Should you have any difficulty in accessing the attached plans, please contact Elaine Provan of the Council’s Roads Department (Tel: 01475 714800 Email: roads@inverclyde.gov.uk) who will make arrangements to provide accessible plans for your perusal.

IF anyone has any issues with being able to access/read the documentation, the Council will endeavour to make alternative and more accessible documentation available.

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL

The Inverclyde Council proposes to make the following six Speed Limit Orders which will each have the effect of introducing a 20 Miles Per Hour Speed Limit Restriction.  

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL

KILMACOLM VILLAGE CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) Order 2022 (REF. ECO1642)

 

Names of roads in Kilmacolm affected in whole or in part:-

  • Station Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 59 metres.
  • Elphinstone Court for its entire length, a distance of approximately 90 metres.
  • Market Place for its entire length, a distance of approximately 49 metres.
  • Lochwinnoch Road between Bridge of Weir Road and the southwest boundary of ‘Wardend’, Lochwinnoch Road, a distance of approximately 170 metres.
  • Bridge of Weir Road between Market Place and Moss Road, a distance of approximately 90 metres.
  • Port Glasgow Road between Market Place and Gibson Lane, a distance of approximately 150 metres.
  • Smithy Brae between Port Glasgow Road and Rosebank Terrace, a distance of approximately 70 metres.
  • Duchal Road between Lochwinnoch Road and the southeast building line of 2 Lyle Buildings, Lochwinnoch Road, a distance of approximately 17 metres.

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL

PORT GLASGOW TOWN CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022

(REF. ECO1643)

 

Names of roads in Port Glasgow affected in whole or in part:-

  • Princes Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 244 metres.
  • King Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 238 metres.
  • John Wood Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 115 metres.
  • Church Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 184 metres.
  • Fore Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 210 metres.
  • Station Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 50 metres.
  • Court Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 213 metres.
  • Scarlow Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 102 metres.
  • Water Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 40 metres.
  • Willison’s Lane for its entire length, a distance of approximately 60 metres.
  • Crawford Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 52 metres.
  • Falconer Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 55 metres.
  • Huntly Terrace for its entire length, a distance of approximately 95 metres.
  • Huntly Place for its entire length, a distance of approximately 43 metres.
  • Comet Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 45 metres.
  • Link Road from A8 Greenock Road to Fore Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 48 metres.
  • Two access roads at Port Glasgow Bus Station between Church Street and Crawford Street, a distance of approximately 90 metres.
  • Bay Street between Fore Street and a point 15m or thereby west of the western building line of Rowan Court, a distance of approximately 155 metres.
  • Shore Street between Scarlow Street and a point 35m or thereby southwest of the northeast building line of St John’s Presbytery, Shore Street, a distance of approximately 120 metres.
  • Barrs Brae between John Wood Street and 3m or thereby south of the north building line of 1-5 Craigard, Barrs Brae, a distance of approximately 91 metres.

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL CATHCART STREET AND ADJOINING ROADS, GREENOCK (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022 (REF. ECO1644)

 

Names of roads in Greenock affected in whole or in part:-

  • Cathcart Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 310 metres.
  • Station Avenue for its entire length, a distance of approximately 85 metres.
  • Cross Shore Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 56 metres.
  • Watt Place for its entire length, a distance of approximately 30 metres.
  • Terrace Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 255 metres.
  • Bogle Street For its entire length, a distance of approximately 45 metres.
  • Bank Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 180 metres.
  • Duff Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 35 metres.
  • Cathcart Square for its entire length, a distance of approximately 135 metres.
  • William Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 75 metres.
  • Unnamed roads adjacent to Cathcart Buildings for their entire length, a distance of approximately 230 metres.

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL GOUROCK TOWN CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022 (REF. ECO1645)

 

Names of roads in Gourock affected in whole or in part:-

  • Kempock Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 230 metres.
  • Lower Kempock Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 290 metres.
  • Kempock Place for its entire length, a distance of approximately 120 metres.
  • Station Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 215 metres.
  • Shore Street between Kempock Street and a point 4m or thereby southeast of the southeast boundary of 122 Shore Street, a distance of approximately 120 metres.
  • Albert Road between Kempock Street and the northeast boundary of 15 Albert Road, a distance of approximately 80 metres.

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL INVERKIP VILLAGE CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022 (REF. ECO1646)

 

Names of roads in Inverkip affected in whole or in part:-

  • Main Street for its entire length, a distance of approximately 890 metres.
  • Station Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 73 metres.
  • Fran Terrace for its entire length, a distance of approximately 42 metres.
  • Finnockbog Road between Station Avenue and a point 10m or thereby northwest of the northwest building line of 2 Willow Place, a distance of approximately 44 metres.
  • Station Avenue between Finnockbog Road and the southeast boundary of 2 Station Avenue, a distance of approximately 32 metres

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL WEMYSS BAY VILLAGE CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022 (REF. ECO1647)

 

Names of roads in Wemyss Bay affected in whole or in part:-

  • Carron Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 125 metres.
  • Broom Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 50 metres.
  • Linnhe Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 135 metres.
  • Sunart Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 134 metres.
  • Etive Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 100 metres.
  • Melfort Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 109 metres.
  • Rannoch Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 90 metres.
  • Striven Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 98 metres.
  • Morar Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 119 metres.
  • Ryan Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 267 metres.
  • Leven Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 131 metres.
  • Tummel Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 181 metres.
  • Katrine Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 74 metres.
  • Poplar Way for its entire length, a distance of approximately 59 metres.
  • Kishorn Road for its entire length, a distance of approximately 158 metres.
  • Lomond Road between Ardgowan Road and Kishorn Road, a distance of approximately 710 metres.
  • Ardgowan Road between A78 Greenock Road and Lomond Road, a distance of approximately 188 metres.

 

Full details, together with relevant plans and Statements of Reasons for proposing to make each of the Orders can be viewed at www.inverclyde.gov.uk/tro and are available for inspection during normal office hours Monday – Friday at:-

 

1. The Inverclyde Council, Customer Service Centre, Municipal Buildings, Clyde Square, Greenock, PA15 1LX Tel: (01475) 717171;

2. The Head of Shared Services – Roads & Transportation, 8 Pottery Street, Greenock, PA15 2UH Tel: (01475) 714800; and

3. Central Library, Wallace Place, Greenock PA15 1JB; Kilmacolm Library, Lochwinnoch Road, Kilmacolm PA13 4LE; Port Glasgow Library, Fore Street, Port Glasgow PA14 5EQ; Gourock Library, Kempock Place, Gourock, PA19 1QU; Inverkip & Weymss Bay Library, Inverkip Community Hub, Main Street, Inverkip PA16 0FZ. (Please check www.inverclyde.gov.uk/libraries for opening times).

Any person wishing to object to the proposals should send details of the grounds for objection in writing to The Head of Legal and Democratic Services, Municipal Buildings, Greenock, PA15 1LX, by 19 December 2022In your correspondence, please identify the Order or Orders to which you are objecting by using the reference number or numbers allocated to each of them.

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL

KILMACOLM VILLAGE CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022

 

We, The Inverclyde Council in exercise of the powers conferred on us by Sections 84, 85 and 87 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, ("the Act") and of all other enabling powers and after consultation with the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland (Seirbheis Phoilis na h-Alba) in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act hereby make the following Order:-

 

1. Citation and Commencement

(a) This Order may be cited as “The Inverclyde Council Kilmacolm Village Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022” and shall come into operation on the ### day of ####, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

(b) The Plan titled “The Inverclyde Council Kilmacolm Village Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022 Plan” (attached hereto) is incorporated into this Order.

 

2. Interpretation

In this Order the following expression has the meaning hereby assigned to it:-

“Motor Vehicle”, unless the context otherwise requires, means a mechanically propelled vehicle intended or adapted for use on Roads.

 

3. Maximum Speed Limit – 20 Miles Per Hour

No person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any Motor Vehicle at a speed exceeding 20 miles per hour on any of the lengths of road specified in the Schedule to this Order.

 

4. Exemption

No speed limit imposed by this Order applies to vehicles falling within Regulation 3(4) of the Road Traffic Exemptions (Special Forces) (Variation and Amendment) Regulations 2011 when used in accordance with Regulation 3(5) of those Regulations.

This Order and the Schedule and Plan annexed hereto are Sealed with the Common Seal of The Inverclyde Council and subscribed for them and on their behalf by ### Proper Officer, Municipal Buildings, Greenock on the ### day of ###, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

 

This is the Schedule referred to in the foregoing The Inverclyde Council Kilmacolm Village Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022

Length of Road in Inverclyde within the Town of Kilmacolm

 

Station Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 59 metres

Elphinstone Court

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 90 metres

Market Place

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 49 metres

Lochwinnoch Road

Between Bridge of Weir Road and the southwest boundary of ‘Wardend’, Lochwinnoch Road, a distance of approximately 170 metres

Bridge of Weir Road

Between Market Place and Moss Road, a distance of approximately 90 metres

Port Glasgow Road

Between Market Place and Gibson Lane, a distance of approximately 150 metres

Smithy Brae

Between Port Glasgow Road and Rosebank Terrace, a distance of approximately 70 metres

Duchal Road

Between Lochwinnoch Road and the southeast building line of 2 Lyle Buildings, Lochwinnoch Road, a distance of approximately 17 metres.

 

Statement of Reasons for Proposing to Make the above Order

 

The Inverclyde Council considers it necessary, having regard to its duty under Section 122 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to make the above Order for (i) avoiding danger to persons or other traffic using the road or any other road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising; (ii) preventing the use of the road by vehicular traffic of a kind which, or its use by vehicular traffic in a manner which, is unsuitable having regard to the existing character of the road or adjoining property and; (iii) preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which the roads run by introducing a 20mph speed limit on the following roads, all in Kilmacolm:-

  • The full length of Station Road, Elphinstone Court and Market Place; 
  • Lochwinnoch Road between Bridge of Weir Road and the southwest boundary of “Wardend”, Lochwinnoch Road;
  • Bridge of Weir Road between Market Place and Moss Road;
  • Port Glasgow Road between Market Place and Gibson Lane;
  • Smithy Brae between Port Glasgow Road and Rosebank Terrace; and
  • Duchal Road between Lochwinnoch Road and the southeast building line of 2 Lyle Buildings, Lochwinnoch Road.

 

Gail MacFarlane

Head of Service Roads & Environmental Services

8 Pottery Street

GREENOCK

PA15 2UH

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL

PORT GLASGOW TOWN CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022

 

We, The Inverclyde Council in exercise of the powers conferred on us by Sections 84, 85 and 87 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, ("the Act") and of all other enabling powers and after consultation with the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland (Seirbheis Phoilis na h-Alba) in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act hereby make the following Order:-

 

1. Citation and Commencement

(a) This Order may be cited as “The Inverclyde Council Port Glasgow Town Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022” and shall come into operation on the ### day of ####, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

(b) The Plan titled “The Inverclyde Council Port Glasgow Town Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022 Plan” (attached hereto) is incorporated into this Order.

 

2. Interpretation

In this Order the following expression has the meaning hereby assigned to it:-

“Motor Vehicle”, unless the context otherwise requires, means a mechanically propelled vehicle intended or adapted for use on Roads.

 

3. Maximum Speed Limit – 20 Miles Per Hour

No person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any Motor Vehicle at a speed exceeding 20 miles per hour on any of the lengths of road specified in the Schedule to this Order.

 

4. Exemption

No speed limit imposed by this Order applies to vehicles falling within Regulation 3(4) of the Road Traffic Exemptions (Special Forces) (Variation and Amendment) Regulations 2011 when used in accordance with Regulation 3(5) of those Regulations.

This Order and the Schedule and Plan annexed hereto are Sealed with the Common Seal of The Inverclyde Council and subscribed for them and on their behalf by ### Proper Officer, Municipal Buildings, Greenock on the ### day of ###, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

 

This is the Schedule referred to in the foregoing The Inverclyde Council Port Glasgow Town Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022

Length of Road in Inverclyde within the Town of Port Glasgow

 

Princes Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 244 metres

King Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 238 metres

John Wood Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 115 metres

Church Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 184 metres

Fore Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 210 metres

Station Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 50 metres

Court Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 213 metres

Scarlow Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 102 metres

Water Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 40 metres

Willison’s Lane

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 60 metres

Crawford Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 52 metres

Falconer Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 55 metres

Huntly Terrace

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 95 metres

Huntly Place

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 43 metres

Comet Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 45 metres

Link Road from A8 Greenock Road to Fore Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 48 metres

Two access roads at Port Glasgow Bus Station

Between Church Street and Crawford Street, a distance of approximately 90 metres

Bay Street

Between Fore Street and a point 15m or thereby west of the western building line of Rowan Court, a distance of approximately 155 metres

Shore Street

Between Scarlow Street and a point 35m or thereby southwest of the northeast building line of St John’s Presbytery, Shore St, a distance of approximately 120 metres

Barrs Brae

Between John Wood Street and 3m or thereby south of the north building line of 1-5 Craigard, Barrs Brae, a distance of approximately 91 metres

 

Statement of Reasons for Proposing to Make the above Order

 

The Inverclyde Council considers it necessary, having regard to its duty under Section 122 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to make the above Order for (i) avoiding danger to persons or other traffic using the road or any other road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising; (ii) preventing the use of the road by vehicular traffic of a kind which, or its use by vehicular traffic in a manner which, is unsuitable having regard to the existing character of the road or adjoining property and; (iii) preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which the roads run by introducing a 20mph speed limit on the following roads, all in Port Glasgow:-

  • The full length of Princes Street, King Street, John Wood Street, Church Street, Fore Street, Station Road, Court Road, Scarlow Street, Water Street, Willison’s Lane, Crawford Street, Falconer Street, Huntly Terrace, Huntly Place, Comet Road, link road from A8 Greenock Road to Fore Street and the two access roads at Port Glasgow bus station (between Church Street and Crawford Street);
  • Bay Street between Fore Street and a point 15m or thereby west of the western building line of Rowan Court;
  •  Shore Street between Scarlow Street and a point 35m or thereby southwest of the northeast building line of St John’s Presbytery, Shore Street; and
  • Barrs Brae between John Wood Street and 3m or thereby south of the north building line of 1-5 Craigard, Barr’s Brae, Port Glasgow.

 

Gail MacFarlane

Head of Service Roads and Environmental Services

8 Pottery Street

GREENOCK

PA15 2UH

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL

CATHCART STREET AND ADJOINING ROADS, GREENOCK (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022

 

We, The Inverclyde Council in exercise of the powers conferred on us by Sections 84, 85 and 87 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, ("the Act") and of all other enabling powers and after consultation with the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland (Seirbheis Phoilis na h-Alba) in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act hereby make the following Order:-

 

1. Citation and Commencement

(a) This Order may be cited as “The Inverclyde Council Cathcart Street and Adjoining Roads, Greenock (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022” and shall come into operation on the ### day of ####, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

(b) The Plan titled “The Inverclyde Council Cathcart Street and Adjoining Roads, Greenock (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022 Plan” (attached hereto) is incorporated into this Order.

 

2. Interpretation

In this Order the following expression has the meaning hereby assigned to it:-

“Motor Vehicle”, unless the context otherwise requires, means a mechanically propelled vehicle intended or adapted for use on Roads.

 

3. Maximum Speed Limit – 20 Miles Per Hour

No person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any Motor Vehicle at a speed exceeding 20 miles per hour on any of the lengths of road specified in the Schedule to this Order.

 

4. Exemption

No speed limit imposed by this Order applies to vehicles falling within Regulation 3(4) of the Road Traffic Exemptions (Special Forces) (Variation and Amendment) Regulations 2011 when used in accordance with Regulation 3(5) of those Regulations.

This Order and the Schedule and Plan annexed hereto are Sealed with the Common Seal of The Inverclyde Council and subscribed for them and on their behalf by ### Proper Officer, Municipal Buildings, Greenock on the ### day of ###, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

 

This is the Schedule referred to in the foregoing The Inverclyde Council Cathcart Street and Adjoining Roads, Greenock (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022

Length of Road in Inverclyde within the Town of Greenock

 

Cathcart Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 310 metres

Station Avenue

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 85 metres

Cross Shore Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 56 metres

Watt Place

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 30 metres

Terrace Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 255 metres

Bogle Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 45 metres

Bank Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 180 metres

Duff Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 35 metres

Cathcart Square

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 135 metres

William Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 75 metres

Unnamed roads adjacent to Cathcart Buildings

For their entire length, a distance of approximately 230 metres

 

Statement of Reasons for Proposing to Make the above Order

 

The Inverclyde Council considers it necessary, having regard to its duty under Section 122 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to make the above Order for (i) avoiding danger to persons or other traffic using the road or any other road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising; (ii) preventing the use of the road by vehicular traffic of a kind which, or its use by vehicular traffic in a manner which, is unsuitable having regard to the existing character of the road or adjoining property and; (iii) preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which the roads run by introducing a 20mph speed limit on the following roads, all in Greenock:-

 

The full length of Cathcart Street, Station Avenue, Cross Shore Street, Watt Place, Terrace Road, Bogle Street, Bank Street, Duff Street, Cathcart Square, William Street and the unnamed access roads adjacent to Cathcart Buildings.

 

Gail MacFarlane 

Head of Service Roads & Environmental Services

8 Pottery Street

GREENOCK

PA15 2UH

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL

GOUROCK TOWN CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022

 

We, The Inverclyde Council in exercise of the powers conferred on us by Sections 84, 85 and 87 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, ("the Act") and of all other enabling powers and after consultation with the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland (Seirbheis Phoilis na h-Alba) in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act hereby make the following Order:-

 

1. Citation and Commencement

(a) This Order may be cited as “The Inverclyde Council Gourock Town Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022” and shall come into operation on the ### day of ####, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

(b) The Plan titled “The Inverclyde Council Gourock Town Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022 Plan” (attached hereto) is incorporated into this Order.

 

2. Interpretation

In this Order the following expression has the meaning hereby assigned to it:-

 “Motor Vehicle”, unless the context otherwise requires, means a mechanically propelled vehicle intended or adapted for use on Roads.

 

3. Maximum Speed Limit – 20 Miles Per Hour

No person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any Motor Vehicle at a speed exceeding 20 miles per hour on any of the lengths of road specified in the Schedule to this Order.

 

4. Exemption

No speed limit imposed by this Order applies to vehicles falling within Regulation 3(4) of the Road Traffic Exemptions (Special Forces) (Variation and Amendment) Regulations 2011 when used in accordance with Regulation 3(5) of those Regulations.

This Order and the Schedule and Plan annexed hereto are Sealed with the Common Seal of The Inverclyde Council and subscribed for them and on their behalf by ### Proper Officer, Municipal Buildings, Greenock on the ### day of ###, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

 

This is the Schedule referred to in the foregoing The Inverclyde Council Gourock Town Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022

Length of Road in Inverclyde within the Town of Gourock

 

Kempock Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 230 metres

Lower Kempock Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 290 metres

Kempock Place

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 120 metres

Station Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 215 metres

Shore Street

Between Kempock Street and a point 4m or thereby southeast of the southeast boundary of 122 Shore Street, a distance of approximately 120 metres

Albert Road

Between Kempock Street and the northeast boundary of 15 Albert Road, a distance of approximately 80 metres

 

Statement of Reasons for Proposing to Make the above Order

 

The Inverclyde Council considers it necessary, having regard to its duty under Section 122 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to make the above Order for (i) avoiding danger to persons or other traffic using the road or any other road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising; (ii) preventing the use of the road by vehicular traffic of a kind which, or its use by vehicular traffic in a manner which, is unsuitable having regard to the existing character of the road or adjoining property and; (iii) preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which the roads run by introducing a 20mph speed limit on the following roads, all in Gourock:-

  • The full length of Kempock Street, Lower Kempock Street, Kempock Place and Station Road;
  • Shore Street between Kempock Street and a point 4m or thereby southeast of the southeast boundary of 122 Shore Street; and
  • Albert Road between Kempock Street and the northeast boundary of 15 Albert Road. 

 

Gail MacFarlane 

Head of Service Roads & Environmental Services

8 Pottery Street

GREENOCK

PA15 2UH

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL

INVERKIP VILLAGE CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022

 

We, The Inverclyde Council in exercise of the powers conferred on us by Sections 84, 85 and 87 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, ("the Act") and of all other enabling powers and after consultation with the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland (Seirbheis Phoilis na h-Alba) in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act hereby make the following Order:-

 

1. Citation and Commencement

(a) This Order may be cited as “The Inverclyde Council Inverkip Village Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022” and shall come into operation on the ### day of ####, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

(b) The Plan titled “The Inverclyde Council Inverkip Village Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022 Plan” (attached hereto) is incorporated into this Order.

 

2. Interpretation

In this Order the following expression has the meaning hereby assigned to it:-

“Motor Vehicle”, unless the context otherwise requires, means a mechanically propelled vehicle intended or adapted for use on Roads.

 

3. Maximum Speed Limit – 20 Miles Per Hour

No person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any Motor Vehicle at a speed exceeding 20 miles per hour on any of the lengths of road specified in the Schedule to this Order.

 

4. Exemption

No speed limit imposed by this Order applies to vehicles falling within Regulation 3(4) of the Road Traffic Exemptions (Special Forces) (Variation and Amendment) Regulations 2011 when used in accordance with Regulation 3(5) of those Regulations.

This Order and the Schedule and Plan annexed hereto are Sealed with the Common Seal of The Inverclyde Council and subscribed for them and on their behalf by ### Proper Officer, Municipal Buildings, Greenock on the ### day of ###, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

 

This is the Schedule referred to in the foregoing The Inverclyde Council Inverkip Village Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022

 

Length of Road in Inverclyde within the Town of Inverkip

 

Main Street

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 890 metres

Station Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 73 metres

Fran Terrace

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 42 metres

Finnockbog Road

Between Station Avenue and a point 10m or thereby northwest of the northwest building line of 2 Willow Place, a distance of approximately 44 metres

Station Avenue

Between Finnockbog Road and the southeast boundary of 2 Station Avenue, a distance of approximately 32 metres

 

Statement of Reasons for Proposing to Make the above Order

 

The Inverclyde Council considers it necessary, having regard to its duty under Section 122 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to make the above Order for (i) avoiding danger to persons or other traffic using the road or any other road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising; (ii) preventing the use of the road by vehicular traffic of a kind which, or its use by vehicular traffic in a manner which, is unsuitable having regard to the existing character of the road or adjoining property and; (iii) preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which the roads run by introducing a 20mph speed limit on the following roads, all in Inverkip:-

  • The full length of Main Street, Station Road and Fran Terrace. 
  • Finnockbog Road between Station Avenue and a point 10m or thereby northwest of the northwest building line of 2 Willow Place; and
  • Station Avenue between Finnockbog Road and the southeast boundary of 2 Station Avenue.

 

Gail MacFarlane 

Head of Service - Roads & Environmental Service

8 Pottery Street

GREENOCK

PA15 2UH

 

THE INVERCLYDE COUNCIL

WEMYSS BAY VILLAGE CENTRE (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2022

 

We, The Inverclyde Council in exercise of the powers conferred on us by Sections 84, 85 and 87 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, ("the Act") and of all other enabling powers and after consultation with the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland (Seirbheis Phoilis na h-Alba) in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act hereby make the following Order:-

 

1. Citation and Commencement

(a) This Order may be cited as “The Inverclyde Council Wemyss Bay Village Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022” and shall come into operation on the ### day of ####, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

(b) The Plan titled “The Inverclyde Council Wemyss Bay Village Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022 Plan” (attached hereto) is incorporated into this Order.

 

2. Interpretation

In this Order the following expression has the meaning hereby assigned to it:-

 “Motor Vehicle”, unless the context otherwise requires, means a mechanically propelled vehicle intended or adapted for use on Roads.

 

3. Maximum Speed Limit – 20 Miles Per Hour

No person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any Motor Vehicle at a speed exceeding 20 miles per hour on any of the lengths of road specified in the Schedule to this Order.

 

4. Exemption

No speed limit imposed by this Order applies to vehicles falling within Regulation 3(4) of the Road Traffic Exemptions (Special Forces) (Variation and Amendment) Regulations 2011 when used in accordance with Regulation 3(5) of those Regulations.

This Order and the Schedule and Plan annexed hereto are Sealed with the Common Seal of The Inverclyde Council and subscribed for them and on their behalf by ### Proper Officer, Municipal Buildings, Greenock on the ### day of ###, Two Thousand and Twenty ###.

 

This is the Schedule referred to in the foregoing The Inverclyde Council Wemyss Bay Village Centre (20mph Speed Limit) Order 2022

 

Length of Road in Inverclyde within the Town of Wemyss Bay

 

Carron Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 125 metres

Broom Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 50 metres

Linnhe Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 135 metres

Sunart Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 134 metres

Etive Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 100 metres

Melfort Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 109 metres

Rannoch Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 90 metres

Striven Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 98 metres

Morar Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 119 metres

Ryan Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 267 metres

Leven Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 131 metres

Tummel Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 181 metres

Katrine Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 74 metres

Poplar Way

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 59 metres

Kishorn Road

For its entire length, a distance of approximately 158 metres

Lomond Road

Between Ardgowan Road and Kishorn Road, a distance of approximately 710 metres

Ardgowan Road

Between A78 Greenock Road and Lomond Road, a distance of approximately 188 metres

 

Statement of Reasons for Proposing to Make the above Order

 

The Inverclyde Council considers it necessary, having regard to its duty under Section 122 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, to make the above Order for (i) avoiding danger to persons or other traffic using the road or any other road or for preventing the likelihood of any such danger arising; (ii) preventing the use of the road by vehicular traffic of a kind which, or its use by vehicular traffic in a manner which, is unsuitable having regard to the existing character of the road or adjoining property and; (iii) preserving or improving the amenities of the area through which the roads run by introducing a 20mph speed limit on the following roads, all in Wemyss Bay:-

  • The full length of Carron Road, Broom Road, Linnhe Road, Sunart Road, Etive Road, Melfort Road, Rannoch Road, Striven Road, Morar Road, Ryan Road, Leven Road, Tummel Road, Katrine Road, Poplar Way and Kishorn Road; 
  • Lomond Road between Ardgowan Road and Kishorn Road; and
  • Ardgowan Road between A78 Greenock Road and Lomond Road.

 

Gail MacFarlane 

Head of Service Roads & Environmental Service

8 Pottery Street

GREENOCK

PA15 2UH