South Lanarkshire Council



South Lanarkshire

South Lanarkshire Council propose to consider the introduction of a Traffic Regulation Order thereby introducing new regulated parking bays for the sole use of ‘blue’ badge holders on Ansdell Avenue, Broad Square, Ennisfree Road, and Glenfruin Road, all Blantyre; Lesmahagow Road, Boghead; Churchill Crescent, Bothwell; Hamilton Crescent, Lilybank Avenue, and Mill Road, all Cambuslang; Main Street and Murray Terrace, both Carnwath;

Coronation Street, Carstairs Junction; Hill Street, Douglas; Alberta Avenue, Ash Place, Banff Place, Bunbury Terrace, Carnoustie Crescent, Chalmers Crescent, Franklin Place, Juniper Avenue, Juniper Avenue, Kelvin Drive, Lavender Drive, Le Froy Gardens, Loch Meadie, Lyttleton, Maple Grove, Sandpiper Place, Strathcona Place, and Wardlaw Crescent, all East Kilbride; Forth Terrace, Mayfield Road, and Spey Gardens, all Hamilton; Burnbrae Road, High Blantyre; Craigbank Street, Glengonnar Street, John Street, Keir Hardie Road, Keir Hardie Road, Miller Street, and Tarbolton Path, all Larkhall; Glenside Drive, Lauder Drive, Main Street, Muirbank Avenue, Rowantree Avenue, and Turnberry Drive, all Rutherglen;

Cairnsmore Drive, Stonehouse; Dovecastle Drive, and Dunlop Street, both Strathaven; and Clova Place, Strathaven.

Full details of these proposals, which form the proposed South Lanarkshire Council Disabled Persons’ Parking Places (No. 2) Order 2022, together with a plan and statement of reasons for proposing to make this Traffic Regulation Order, are available for inspection on the council’s website.

Any person wishing to object to these proposals should send details of the grounds for objections in writing to the Head of Roads, Transportation and Fleet Services, Council Offices, Floor 6, Almada Street, Hamilton ML3 0AA, or by email to, by Friday 17 February 2023.

Legislation Information

Disabled Persons’ Parking Places (No. 2) Order 2022