MORE PLANS are being drawn up in a bid to see the speed limit through Tyninghame reduced.
Currently, the speed limit through the village, which is on the B1407, is 60mph. However, concerns have been raised at Dunpender Community Council about it being too high.
It comes on the back of a meeting in Tyninghame Village Hall on June 22, after concerns were raised about speeding on the nearby A198 and A199.
Police in the area have been carrying out proactive patrols, with at least two drivers issued with fixed penalty tickets.
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AGM – 13TH APRIL 2018
“… I’ve spread around a few copies of the 2017 Accounts, but these will be made available on our website so that you can study them in detail if you so wish. I have the bound and signed copy, audited again this time by accountants Douglas Home & Co. Ltd.
Dunpender Community Council:
Daniel Wight is Tyninghame’s new representative on the D.C.C.. You can get in touch at:
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Chairperson: David Clark
Secretary: Barbara Schofield
Treasurer: Tim Harper
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Following recommendations from a review of speed limits throughout East Lothian, this Traffic Regulation Order proposes to introduce a 30 MPH speed limit on a length of the B1407 at Tyninghame.
Posted on the TellmeScotland website August 2017