Nov 23

Initial Consultation – Various Small Scale Traffic Management and Development Associated Proposals (New Works)

We received a consultation notice and information from Aberdeen city council. It is asking for comments regarding permanent changes to part of School Hill. This is relating the the recent temporary changes that were put in place to trial a “Cafe Culture” theme on Belmont street.


The following proposals will be funded from the Cycling, Walking, Safer Streets budget

Schoolhill – Proposed length of timed ‘Loading only’ restrictions

Following the recent implementation of the ‘Café culture’ trial within the Belmont Zone, a loading and unloading by goods vehicles only restriction was introduced as part of The Aberdeen City Council (Schoolhill, Back Wynd, Aberdeen) (Temporary Traffic Management) Order 2015. The permitted times are between 09:00 and 19:00. It is proposed that this restriction is made permanent to reduce the volume of goods vehicles travelling through the Belmont zone.

Implementation Costs – £NIL

Estimated maintenance costs – Road Markings £260 every 5 years; and sign plates £155 every 10 years.

Ward – George Street / Harbour

Elected members – Andrew May / Jean Morrison / Nathan Morrison

Please see documents linked in this post to get full details.

If you would like to give comments directly to the council they ask that this be done by the 14th December 2015


Communities, House & Infrastructure Report

Official details & costs

Drawing of proposal 

To comment on this proposal please email: JameWatt@aberdeencity.gov.uk

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