On 4 August 2022 the Council, in exercise of the powers conferred on it under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, the Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (South Ayrshire Council) Designation Order 2012 and the Road Traffic Act 1991 and of all other enabling powers, made the above-named Order to allow BT Openreach contractors to upgrade the local network.
Road Closure – Darley Place, Closure of the southwestbound carriageway from Bentinck Drive to No.6 Darley Place. No Waiting At Any Time – Bentinck Drive, Both Sides: From Cavendish Place, south-eastwards to the boundary between Nos.87/89 Bentinck Drive; Both Sides: From the boundary between Nos.103/105 Bentinck Drive, south-eastwards to the boundary between Nos.115/117 Bentinck Drive. Lochend Road, Both sides: From South Beach, north-eastwards to the boundary between Nos.4/6 Lochend Road. Yorke Road, Both sides: From the boundary between Nos.4/2 Yorke Road, south-westwards to the boundary between No.9 Lochend Road and service road behind the South Beach Hotel.
The Order commences on 16 August 2022 and has a maximum duration of 18 months or until the works are completed, whichever is earlier. The works are expected to commence from 8:00am Tuesday 16 August until 6:00pm on Monday 29 August 2022
The restrictions will be introduced in phases as the works progress. Days and times of the works may be dependent upon the weather conditions, but the Order restrictions will be implemented only when the appropriate signs are displayed.
Emergency Services access will not be affected and access for residents, deliveries and pedestrians’ out-with the working zone will be maintained.
An alternative route for Darley Place southbound traffic will be signed via Darley Crescent and Bentinck Drive.
Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, the Road Traffic (Permitted Parking Area and Special Parking Area) (South Ayrshire Council) Designation Order 2012 and the Road Traffic Act 1991 and of all other enabling powers