The Council has made the Ceredigion County Council (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting and Loading and Unloading) Order 2019 (Morgan Street, Cardigan) (Amendment Order No.8) 2023 with effect from 17/10/2023. The effect of this is to replace 5 limited waiting bays on the eastern side of the junction between Morgan Street and St Mary Street with pedestrian footway, a flood alleviation pumping station and to increase the length of the limited waiting bay on the southeast side of Morgan Street that is south of the junction with Pwllhai from 13.9 metres to 17.9 metres.
If you believe this Order is invalid because it does not comply with legal requirements, you can apply to the High Court by 23/11/2023.
Statement of Reasons
The Ceredigion County Council (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting and Loading and Unloading) Order 2019 (Morgan Street, Cardigan) (Amendment Order No. 8) 2023 is being proposed to secure access to a newly constructed flood alleviation sewerage facility from St Mary Street and to improve pedestrian access from Morgan Street to St Mary Street.
Plans to be inserted – CE81 H26
Plans to be revoked - CE81 H26
The public consultation phase for the Ceredigion County Council (20 mph, 30 mph, 40 mph and 50 mph Speed Limits and Derestricted Roads) (Consolidation) Order 2014 (Various Locations Reduction of National Speed Limit) (Amendment Order No.23) 2023 has now closed, and this Traffic Regulation Order has been made. The deadline for any appeal to the High Court was 10/10/23. Details of the new speed limits that have been introduced as they were presented during public consultation are still available using the link to the Interactive Map below.