Footway Redetermination Order, MacAulay Drive, Aberdeen

Closed 14 May 2021

Opened 16 Apr 2021

Overview

Aberdeen City Council as the Roads Authority wish to seek the view of members of the public regarding the Redetermination of Means of Exercise of Public Right of Passage on MacAulay Drive. This is the statutory procedure set out in the Roads and Bridges, Scotland; The Stopping Up of Roads and Private Accesses and the Redetermination of Public Rights of Passage (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 1986.

A copy of the proposed order, an accompanying plan showing the road over which the means of exercise of the public right of passage is to be redetermined, together with a statement of the reasons for making the order can be accessed below.

ANY PERSON may, within 28 days from Friday 16 April 2021, object to the making of the order by notice in writing by e-mail to TrafficManagement@aberdeencity.gov.uk, or alternatively, to the address below. Objections should state the name and address of the objector, the matters to which they relate and the grounds on which they are made.

Traffic Management, Business Hub 11, Second Floor West, Marischal College, Broad Street, Aberdeen. AB10 1AB

Why we are consulting

Consultation is a statutory requirement for the processing of Traffic Regulation Order under the “Roads and Bridges, Scotland; The Stopping Up of Roads and Private Accesses and the Redetermination of Public Rights of Passage (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 1986”. Carrying out consultation allow members of the public and representatives of businesses, organisations etc. to view proposed Traffic Regulation Orders and gives them the opportunity to send us their comment and possible objection before the orders are made.

What happens next

If this proposal recieves no objection, a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) will be made under delegated powers and the associated works will be instructed.

However, if an objection is received, the roads authority will send an explanation of the purpose and the need for the proposed order to the objector. If the objector do not withdraw their objection after this, the matter will be remitted by the roads authority to the Secretary of State for his determination.

Audiences

  • Campaign Groups
  • Community Councils
  • Community Organisations
  • Developers
  • Environmental Groups
  • Housing Associations
  • All Residents
  • Cyclists
  • Pedestrians
  • People With Disabilities
  • Councillors
  • Parents and Carers
  • Road Users
  • Service Users

Interests

  • Community Safety
  • Community Planning
  • Council Processes
  • Policies and Strategies
  • Environment
  • Sustainable Development
  • Climate Change
  • Disabilities
  • Cycling
  • Roads and Pavements
  • Traffic
  • Walking
  • Children and Families
  • Planning