THE SCOTTISH BORDERS COUNCIL
(TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION) NO 2 ORDER 2021
The Scottish Borders Council are making the above Order under Section 16A of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended, with the consent of Scottish Ministers under Section 16B(1)(b) and Section 16B)6)(b) of the said Act. The Order, which has a maximum duration of four days, will come into force on 16 September 2021 and is expected to remain in effect until 19 September 2021 as detailed below. The Order is required to facilitate the holding of relevant events relating to the Tweedlove Festival 2021. Pedestrian access will be maintained.
When the Order comes into effect, in Peebles:
no person shall permit any vehicle to wait or to be parked on Port Brae and Tweed Green between the hours of 09:00 on 16 September and 20:00 on 19 September 2021;
the existing 20mph speed restriction on the A72 at the east end of Peebles will be extended eastwards by 200m between the hours of 09:00 on 16 September and 19:00 on 19 September 2021;
no person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any vehicle along Tweed Green and Port Brae between the hours of 15:30 and 19:00 on 18 September 2021. The alternative route is via the B7062, A7 and Tweed Brae; and
no person shall drive or cause or permit to be driven any vehicle along the following roads between the hours of 16:15 and 18:30 on 18 September 2021:
These closures will come into effect only at such times as instructed by a Police Officer in uniform and/or appropriate traffic signs are displayed on the affected lengths of road.
Chief Legal Officer
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984