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Public asked for views on Yerton Brae one-way proposals

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Public asked for views on Yerton Brae one-way proposals

Posted on 21 Aug 2019

North Ayrshire Council is considering the introduction of a new one-way system on Yerton Brae, West Kilbride. 

The plans – which would see the existing narrow footway widened to improve the pedestrian links from the village downhill towards the A78(T) – will be up for discussion at a series of drop-in events at the end of the month.

And the Council want residents to have their view and are proposing five options for consideration. 

The options are as follows:

 A – Yerton Brae one way downhill from the north section of Overton Drive to the A78(T).

B – Yerton Brae one way downhill from the north section of Overton Drive to the A78(T).  Overton Drive also made one way.

C – Yerton Brae one way downhill from north section of Overton Drive to the A78(T).  Overton Drive and Corsehill Drive also one way.

D – Yerton Brae one way uphill from A78(T) to the north section of Overton Drive.

E – Not in support of the one-way system

Plans showing these options will be on public display in West Kilbride Library on 27th, 29th and 30th August during the times stated below. 

There will be a questionnaire for members of the public to provide comments and a representative from the Roads service will be present to discuss the options and answer any questions you may have.

 Tuesday                                  2–5pm

Thursday                                 2–7pm

Friday                                      10am–1pm

A North Ayrshire Council spokesperson said: “We are looking forward to learning the views of local residents and our officers will happily answer  any questions you may have.”