Tag: parking

Parking at Strathclyde Park

Parking facilities at Strathclyde Park were closed at 7am yesterday (March 24) The move has been taken in line with Government guidelines to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. However, it has been stressed that the park itself remains open to both walkers and cyclists – who must respect guidelines on social distancing and must […]

Parking Restrictions Broompark Rd

Complaints about inconsiderate parking near the junction of Main Street and Broompark Road have been upheld with the solution earlier this week of double yellow lines. Parking has now been restricted on both sides of the road at the junction. Contractors acting for SLC briefly told us last week, “A few places in Blantyre will […]

Controversial Parking Plans

Moves are afoot to address parking concerns in Station Road, Blantyre, but the plans won’t be to everybody’s liking. Plans for introducing ‘pay to park’ zones were discussed by South Lanarkshire Council’s Roads Safety Forum on Tuesday 12 March. The scheme is called ‘Residents’ Parking Permit Zones (RPPZ), which is already in place in the […]

Inconsiderate Parking

Parking in Station Road, Blantyre, (or rather the lack of it!) once again hits the local news. KellyAnn McCormick has only just moved to the Village in Blantyre just before Christmas and was shocked that drivers had so little regard for pedestrians. She told us earlier today, “The parking on Station Road for the train […]

Parking Review Approved

Hamilton’s unpopular parking charges are finally to be reviewed, focusing on demand and arrangements in and around Hamilton Town Centre. The review has been approved by South Lanarkshire Council this week. Whilst this may be good news for long suffering “Hamiltonians”, the review is only Phase 1. At a later date further reviews will consider […]

Parking at Stonefield Park Gardens

At the request of concerned residents, today we’re highlighting a parking issue at Stonefield Park Gardens in Blantyre, not far from the Station Road junction with Glasgow Road. Although parking here is not illegal, parking availability in this cul-de-sac is extremely limited and required for residents of the Sheltered Housing complex, their visitors and carers. However, […]