Town and Country Planning

2009-12-182009-12-242009-12-22TD60SA-2.67388055.577567TD6 0SAScottish BordersTown and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (SCOTLAND) ACT 1997TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,

The Scottish Borders Council


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Scottish Borders Council have made an Order under Section 207 of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 and of all other enabling powers and in accordance with planning permission granted under Part III of the said Act authorising the Stopping Up of:

That length of the road:

(a)  DH9/3 Bath Street, Hawick from a point 68 metres or thereby west-north-west of the western channel line of its junction with Commercial Road west-north-west for a distance of 42 metres or thereby thence northwards for a distance of 37 metres or thereby, having a width of 20 metres or thereby; and

(b)  DH163/3 Underdamside, Hawick from a point 103 metres or thereby west-north-west of the western channel line of the junction of Bath Street with Commercial Road southwards then westwards for a distance of 75 metres or thereby to the point where the road to be stopped up terminates;

A copy of the Order and the accompanying plan showing the length of road affected together with a Statement of the Reasons for making the Order have been deposited at the Road User Group Section of The Scottish Borders Council, Council Headquarters, Newtown St. Boswells. Those documents are available for inspection free of charge from 8.45 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on Monday to Thursday and 8.45 a.m. to 3.45 p.m. on Friday. These documents are also available for inspection at the Council’s Contact Centre, High Street, Hawick during normal business hours. Further information about the proposals may be obtained from the Road User Manager on 01835 825079.

ANY PERSON may, within 35 days from Thursday, 24th December 2009 object to the making of the Order by notice in writing to the Head of Legal and Democratic Services, The Scottish Borders Council, Council Headquarters, Newtown St. Boswells, Melrose, TD6 0SA. Objections should state the name and address of the objector, the matters to which they relate and the grounds on which they are made. On the expiry of that period for objections the Order will be submitted to the Scottish Ministers for consideration of any objections and confirmation or will be confirmed by The Scottish Borders Council as an unopposed Order if there are no objections.

Ian Wilkie

Head of Legal and Democratic Services

Council Headquarters


18 December 2009.