Certain regulations, restrictions and limits are applied to the road network in the form of Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) to allow Stirling Council to meet its responsibility for maintaining the network and ensuring the safety of all those who use it. 

Limits

Speed limits are applied to all roads, certain weight limits are in place where necessary, and restrictions on the movements of abnormal loads are also in place.  TROs for parking/waiting restrictions are also in place throughout the Council Area.

It is important that all of these various regulations, restrictions and limits are enforced to allow for the maximum and most efficient use of the network. In addition to this, the safety of all road users and pedestrians is paramount when applying these regulations and limits.

Damage prevention

Councils can introduce weight limits on roads to prevent damage to weak roads and bridges.
 
There are weight limits on a few narrow roads in rural areas where there are concerns that heavy goods vehicles could damage the structure of the road by over-running onto the verges.  

Several bridges throughout the Council area have been structurally assessed as being unable to carry all classes of road vehicles. These bridges are identified by signing showing the Maximum Gross Weight (MGW) of vehicles permitted to cross them.

New traffic regulation orders (TROs) being processedTROs can also be viewed at Tell Me Scotland

The STIRLING COUNCIL propose to make The Stirling Council (Stirling Road, Car Park, Drymen) (Decriminalised Parking Enforcement) Order 2022 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended).

This Order will allow effective management of the new car park on Stirling Road, Drymen and prevent indiscriminate parking.

Further DETAILS can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors must state their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place, by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk by 16-9-22 quoting reference number TM/6 - SRO/2022(124).

www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk

C40 Chalmerston Road (including Rossburn Lane) / Somer’s Lane, Blairdrummond

This order proposes to introduce new 40-mph Limits on the C40 Chalmerston Road (including Rossburn Lane)/Somer’s Lane, Blaidrummond. Due to the number of cyclists and walkers using the single track road it is proposed to designate the route as a walking, cycling friendly route/quiet lane and implement a 40mph speed limit.

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk during office hours from 15 July 2022.

Objectors must state their reasons in writing to The Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference
TM/6 – SRO/2022(221) by 5 August 2022.

Map of proposed 40mph limit on C40 Chalmerston Road

Electric Vehicle On-Street Parking

The Council propose to make The Stirling Council (Electric Vehicle On-Street Parking) (Consolidation and Amendment No 3) Order 2022 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended).

This order proposes to introduce parking spaces specifically for electric vehicles on Queen Street and Upper Bridge Street, Stirling between the Hours of 8:45am and 5:30pm, Monday to Saturday inclusive; Subject to a charge of £1.20, £1.80 £ 2.30 and £3.20 for waiting up to 60 minutes, two hours, four hours and four hours + respectively; and to introduce spaces specifically for Electric Vehicles ‘At Any Time’ on Drip Road, Raploch, Abbey Road, Riverside and Bayne Street and Cowane Street, Stirling.

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(235) by 10 August 2022.

Lochard Cottages Road, Kinlochard

This order proposes to introduce ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions on Lochard Cottages Road to improve road safety in the immediate area.

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(161) by 19 August 2022.

Map of proposed TRO no waiting area in Lochard Cottages Road

On-street parking spaces for disabled persons

The Order will introduce disabled parking as follows:

39 Maitland Avenue, Bannockburn – TM/6 – SRO/2022(245)
17 Cornton Crescent, Bridge of Allan – TM/6 – SRO/2022(246)
49 Main Street, Cowie – TM-6 – SRO/2022(247)
9 Ochil Crescent, Raploch – TM/6 – SRO/2022(248)
14 Alexandra Place, Riverside – TM/6 – SRO/2022(249)
19 Brock Place, Stirling – TM/6 – SRO/2022(250)
2 Upper Bridge Street, Stirling – TM/6 – SRO/2022(251)

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk for three weeks from 27 July 2022.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting the appropriate reference number by 17 August 2022.

Objectors should be aware that their name and the grounds for objection may require to be released to the applicant for the disabled persons’ parking space.

On-street parking spaces for disabled persons  - Kirkbride Terrace

The order will remove the disabled persons parking space at the location detailed in the Schedule.

5 Kirkbride Terrace, Plean – TM6 – 2022(258)

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors must state their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting TM/6 – SRO/2022(258) by 24 August 2022.


Cowane Street Lane, Stirling - prohibition of waiting

The order proposes to introduce ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions on Cowane Street Lane to ensure that access to garages are not obstructed by indiscriminate parking.

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(259) by 31 August 2022.

On-street parking spaces for disabled persons - Beech Road, Dunblane

The order proposes to introduce disabled parking on Beech Road, Dunblane.

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk for three weeks from 10 August 2022.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(265) by 31 August 2022.

 

20mph Speed limit in Cambusbarron and Stirling, - Multiple streets

The order proposes to introduce a 20mph speed limit on the following roads:

Birkhill Road, Bobbin Wynd, Broomhill Place, Bruce Terrace, Cauldhame Crescent, Chapelcroft, Citizen Jaffray Court, Clayhills Drive, Donaldson Place, Firpark Terrace, Gillies Hill, Grierson Crescent, Hayford Mills, Hayford Place, Home Farm Road, Kersebonny Road, Main Street, Mill Hill, Mill Road, North End, Old Drove Road, Patterson Place, Quarry Road, St Ninians Road, Stewart Street, Telka Wynd, The Brae, The Yetts, Touch Road, Underwood Cottage, Underwood Road, Wallace Place, Woolcarder’s Court, Cambusbarron and Douglas Terrace, Dowan Place, Parkdyke, Polmaise Road, St Thomas Well and St Thomas Place, Stirling.

The Order also proposes to extend and make permanent the existing part-time 20mph speed limit on Torbrex Road, Stirling.

All restrictions are being introduced in the interests of public safety.

Further DETAILS can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk during office hours from 17 August 2022

Objectors must state their reasons in writing to Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(267) by 7 September 2022

20mph Speed limit in Balquhidderock and Stirling - Multiple streets

The order proposes to introduce a 20mph speed limit on the following roads:

Caltrop Place, Champfrom Gardens, Surcoat Loan and Targe Wynd, Balqhidderock and Abbot Road, Afton Court, Airth Drive, Almond Court, Annfield Drive, Archers Avenue, Baillie Waugh Road, Balquhidderock, Barbour Avenue, Bohun Court, Borrowlea Road, Broom Court, Burn Drive, Burnside Street, Calder Court, Calton Crescent, Canavan Court, Carrick Court, Cecil Street, Claycroft Place, Claymore Drive, Colquhoun Street, Colquhoun Terrace, Constable Road, Douglas Drive, Elgin Drive, Ewing Court, Falconer Court, Forthbank Road, Gambeson Crescent, Gillies Drive, Glaive Avenue, Hardie Court, Keith Avenue, Kent Road, Kirkside Crescent, Lamberton Avenue, Linden Avenue, Mace Court, Marschal Court, Maurice Avenue, McLean Court, Melfort Drive, Middlemuir Road, Mowbrey Court, Muirend Road, Murnin Court, Nelson Place, Pelstream Avenue, Pottis Road, Ross Court, Schiltron Way, Seton Drive, Shirra’s Brae Road, Spey Court, Springbank Road, Springfield Road, Valleyfield Place and Wishart Drive, Stirling.
The Order also proposes to make permanent the existing part-time 20mph speed limits on Gillies Drive and make permanent and extend the extent of the existing restriction on Shirra’s Brae Road, Stirling.

All restrictions are being introduced in the interests of public safety.

Further DETAILS can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk during office hours from 17 August 2022.

Objectors must state their reasons in writing to Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(268) by 7 September 2022

Removal of 20mph speed limit, Stirling

The order proposes to remove the 20mph speed limit on the following streets: Gillies Drive, Shirra’s Brae Road and Torbrex Road.

Details can be examined at the Council’s Offices, Endrick House, Kerse Road, Stirling during normal office hours from 17 August 2022.

Objectors must state their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place, by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk by 7 September 2022 quoting reference number TM/6SRO/2022(176).

 

30mph speed limit buffer zone on Touch Road, Cambusbarron

The order proposes to introduce a new 30mph buffer zone on Touch Road to facilitate the introduction of a 20mph speed restriction in the village of Cambusbarron.

Details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk for three weeks from 17 August 2022

Objectors must state their reasons in writing by e-mailing the Head of Service, Environment and Place by 7 September 2022 quoting reference number TM/6SRO/2022(277).

Prohibition of waiting around Borestone school

The order proposes introducing ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions on Charter Street, Newpark Crescent and Newpark Road, Stirling to prevent indiscriminate parking and improve road safety around the area of the school.

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(273) by 7 September 2022.

Electric Vehicle On-Street Parking

Proposes to introduce parking spaces specifically for electric vehicles on Auld School Wynd, Cambusbarron; Strathmore Drive, Cornton; Main Street, St Ninians and Almond Court, Stirling.

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(284) by 5-10-22.

www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk

On-Street Parking Spaces for Disabled Persons

The ORDER will remove the disabled persons parking space at the location detailed in the Schedule hereto.

113 Clark Street – TM6 – 2022(299)

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors must state their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting TM/6 – SRO/2022(299) by 5 October 2022.

www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk

Beech Lane, Easter Cornton Road, Lindsay Drive, Causewayhead (Prohibition of Waiting)

Introduce ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions on Beech Lane, Easter Cornton Road, Lindsay Drive, Causewayhead to prevent indiscriminate parking and improve visibility at those junctions.

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(307) by 5-10-22.www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk

(20mph Speed Limit) (Gartmore)This Order proposes to introduce new 20-mph Limits on Cayzer Court and the C57, Gartmore and extend the existing 20-mph limit on Main Street, Gartmore.  These 20-mph speed limits are being implemented as part of Stirling Council’s roll out of village wide 20-mph speed limits.Further DETAILS can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors must state their reasons in writing to Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(299) by 7-10-22.

www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk

 

Last updated: Friday, September 9, 2022 3:54 PM