Moray Council (Pavement parking exemption) Order 2023

Moray Council propose to make the above Order under Section 51 the Transport (Scotland) Act 2019. The general effect will be to introduce exemptions to enable pavement parking on Burghead Road, Alves (east side); Sutherland Street, Buckie (west side); Seatown, Cullen (south side), Queen Street, Dufftown (west side), Academy Street, Elgin (east side); Mitchell Crescent, Elgin (north side); Park Street, Hopeman (both sides); Thom Street, Hopeman (north side) and Farquhar Street, Hopeman (north side) as specified in the Schedule to the Order. The proposed exemptions will cover specific areas as defined on street by road markings and signage where pavement parking will be exempt from enforcement, in the interest of maintaining access for emergency and service vehicles.

Full details are available for inspection free of charge at Elgin Library, Cooper Park, Elgin, IV30 1HS, Buckie Library, Cluny Place, Buckie, AB56 1HB and Dufftown Library, Balvenie Street, Dufftown, AB55 4AB during opening hours or via the links below

or the Tell Me Scotland website -

If you have any queries please email or telephone 07817952499, leave your details and an Officer from the Transportation Team will return your call.

Representations in relation to the Order may be made in writing to Moray Council, Traffic Section, Council Offices, High Street, Elgin, Moray, IV30 1BX or by email at the email address shown above no later than 10/11/23. Representations must state the grounds on which they are made.

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