Thornhill, Stirling, United Kingdom

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Thornhill Views Feb 2021

Please find a link to Edition 42 of Thornhill Views. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZI74-6BQxkRXtad93Gi8RsvpIKvNiHTL/view?usp=sharing

As we are in lockdown and aiming to Stay at Home we are not distributing hard copies door to door this time.  We are therefore, once more, seeking the support of local community group secretaries and organisers if they would kindly distribute this copy through their membership circulation lists on our behalf.

Printed copies will be available in the shop later in the week so when you are buying your essential items from Robert and his team you can collect a copy – not forgetting one for anyone who is shielding at present.

We’re pleased to get this edition out in time for people to note the date for the Community Council meeting this week as well as articles about:

  • What does the Future hold for Thornhill and surrounding area?
  • Dog-fouling – the word on the pavie
  • Wind-farm development 
  • The new TCT chair – a profile in our Villager Views series
  • Will you be heart-bombing this Valentine’s Day?
  • Twenty’s Plenty
  • Dates for your Diary – a bit of fun to look forward to!

Announcements from Stirling Council

The STIRLING COUNCIL made The Stirling Council (30 mph Speed Limit) (Thornhill) Order 2020 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) on 10-12-20. 

The order will:

Reduce the existing 30 mph speed limits on the A873 and B822 reducing the speed limits to 20mph limits and introduce new 30mph speed limits entering the village as part of an environment improvement scheme.

A COPY of the Order can be requested by quoting Ref No TM/6 – SRO/2020(266) and e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Anyone wishing to question the validity of this Order, should write to the Court of Session with six weeks of 10-12-20. www.stirling.gov.uk  or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk

The COUNCIL made The Stirling Council (C40 (Known locally as Rossburn Lane), by Blairdrummond) (Temporary Closure) Order 2020 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) on 10-12-20.

This Order will close:

C40    From its junction with the B8075 to its junction with Sommers Lane from 11-1-21 until 22-1-21 to facilitate Scottish Water works.  The weight restriction on the B8075 will be suspended for the duration of the closure.

Alternative Route:    via Sommers Lane, A84, B8075 and vice versa. See map

 Access will be maintained for emergency vehicles.

A COPY of the Order can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk. www.stirling.gov.uk  or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk 

20mph Speed Limit For Thornhill

THORNHILL & BLAIR DRUMMOND COMMUNITY COUNCIL UPDATE

Stirling Council has confirmed that officers within the Network Management team are currently finalising proposals for Thornhill, with a 20mph speed limit proposed to cover Main Street and all residential streets.
The work will also include a replacement vehicle activated sign in the vicinity of Burnhead and changes to road markings within the village to encourage improved driver behaviour.
The Council hopes to advertise the speed limit order within the next month (October), and have all works within the village completed by January 2021.

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