Fergus Drive development temporary parking restrictions

To accommodate safe working on the site development on Fergus Drive, parking restrictions are being introduced temporarily from 00:01 hours on Tuesday 13 October 2020 to 23:59 hours Monday 31 January 2022 inclusive (Glasgow City Council (Glasgow), (Fergus Drive, Wilton Street & Kelvinside Gardens East), (Temporary Traffic Regulation) Order 2020).

Roads affected are:

FERGUS DRIVE (from Queen Margaret Drive to Queen Margaret Court, both sides of the carriageway): from 08:30 hours to 17:00 Hours, Monday to Friday only, No Waiting and Loading – unlawful for any person to park on this section of road with any motor vehicle.

WILTON STREET (from Queen Margaret Drive to number 301 Wilton Street, both sides of the carriageway) and KELVINSIDE GARDENS EAST (from the junction with Kelvinside Gardens 10m either side or thereby, both sides of the carriageway, and from the junction with Fergus Drive 10m either side or thereby, both sides of the carriageway): No Waiting and Loading – unlawful for any person to park on this section of road with any motor vehicle.

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2 comments

  • How can the safety of the construction workers be compromised by parked cars on Fergus Drive?

  • The parking restrictions coming into force from 13 October in Fergus Drive and several other streets near the building site at the bottom of Fergus Drive highlight the inconvenience that is already affecting people who live locally .Many of those who will now be inconvenienced objected to this new building in the first place due to the blight it will be in what is a conservation area and the added traffic problems that it will cause and is already causing with the daily procession of large trucks etc. coming up Oban Drive and round into Fergus Drive,sadly the objections of the people who will be affected were totally ignored at the time .The building is not even built and already it is affecting the quality of life of those who live nearby.

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