Temporary Traffic Order – Benvie Road

From the City Council :
 
THE ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1)
 
THE DUNDEE CITY COUNCIL AS TRAFFIC AUTHORITY being satisfied that traffic on the road should be prohibited by reason of BT pole removal works being carried out HEREBY PROHIBIT the driving of any vehicle in Benvie Road (between numbers 27a and 29a), Dundee
 
This notice comes into effect on Thursday 20 September 2018 for 1 day.
 
Pedestrian thoroughfare will be maintained.
 
No alternative routes are available
 
For further information contact 433082.
 
Executive Director of City Development
Dundee City Council
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Temporary Traffic Order – Benvie Road #dundeewestend

From the City Council :
 
THE ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984   :   SECTION 14(1)
 
THE DUNDEE CITY COUNCIL AS TRAFFIC AUTHORITY being satisfied that traffic on the road should be prohibited by reason of demolition works being carried out HEREBY PROHIBIT the driving of any vehicle in Benvie Road (at its junction with Mitchell Street), Dundee.
 
This notice comes into effect on Saturday 17th March 2018 for five working days.
 
Pedestrian thoroughfare will be maintained.
 
Mitchell Street will be closed to vehicular traffic for part of the works.
 
Alternative routes for vehicles are available via Cleghorn Street/City Road/Milnbank Road/Polepark Road/Fyffe Street and reverse
 
For further information contact 433168.
 
Executive Director of City Development  
Dundee City Council

Getting things done – graffiti removal – Rosebery Street, Pitfour Street and Benvie Road

Following residents’ complaints about graffiti requiring removal in Rosebery Street, Pitfour Street and Benvie Road (see below), I raised this with the City Council’s Rapid Response Team :

 

I have now been advised that disclaimers have been given to the property owners concerned to get their authority to allow the council to remove the graffiti (permission required as on privately-owned walls).

Site concerns in Benvie Road

Over a considerable period in the past, I raised residents’ concerns about the condition of the former garage at the top end of Benvie Road that had been the subject of fire raising.
 
A building warrant to demolish the structure was granted in 2010 and the derelict garage was thankfully demolished.
 
However, as you can see below, the site is still very much an eyesore :
I have been in touch with the City Council’s Head of Planning to see what can be done to encourage a future productive use of the site.

Benvie Road – an update

Earlier this month, I pointed out residents’ complaints that, in Benvie Road (opposite the Pitfour Street junction), the two street signs indicating flat numbers have totally worn away – see right.
 
The council’s Roads Maintenance Partnership has now responded to me as follows :
 
“New street name plates will be ordered within the next few days and erected as resources allow thereafter.”