Council:

Scottish Borders Council

Type:

Traffic

Published:
Expires:
Address:
High Street, Exchange Street, Queen Street
Jedburgh

(HIGH STREET, EXCHANGE STREET AND QUEEN STREET, JEDBURGH)

(TEMPORARY ONE WAY) ORDER 2021

 

The Scottish Borders Council (High Street, Exchange Street and Queen Street, Jedburgh (Temporary One Way) Order 2021 has been made under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended. The Order, which has a maximum duration exceeding eighteen months, shall come into force at 00:01 on 15 March 2021 and is expected to remain in effect until such time as the emergency building works at High Street and Exchange Street, Jedburgh are completed. Scottish Borders Council are satisfied that the execution of the works will take longer than eighteen months and will revoke the Order as soon as the works are completed.

When the Order comes into effect the following One Way Orders will be in force in Jedburgh:

  1. High Street, in a northerly direction from Canongate to the junction with Queen Street – no person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any vehicle in a southerly direction. The alternative route for southbound traffic is via the A68 Newcastle Road and Canongate to the point of restriction;
  2. Exchange Street, in a southerly direction from Friarsgate to High Street – no person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any vehicle in a northerly direction. The alternative route for northbound traffic is via High Street, Pleasance and Friarsgate to the point of restriction; and
  3. Queen Street, in a southerly direction from High Street to Canongate – no person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any vehicle in a northerly direction. The alternative route for northbound traffic is via Canongate and High Street to the point of restriction.

A map showing the restrictions and alternative routes can be seen at www.tellmescotland.gov.uk.

 

 

 

N MCKINLAY

Chief Legal Officer

 

Legislation Information

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

Attachments:
PDF icon High Street, Exchange Street, Queen Street plan.pdf