Laurencekirk junction plans to go on public display

Lucy Johnston 2019, News

Following the publication of draft orders for the A90/A937 Laurencekirk Junction Improvement scheme today, local communities and road users will get a chance to see the plans at a public exhibition in Laurencekirk on 10 January 2020.

Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity Michael Matheson said:

“We are continuing to progress the design work for the Laurencekirk Junction Improvement scheme, having let the public see and comment on the preferred option for the junction last summer.

“We are now able to publish draft orders for the scheme – a major milestone in delivering this much-needed upgrade for the north east.

“I would encourage as many people as possible to attend the exhibition on 10 January to see our proposals or view the material online and give us their views.”

Details of the public exhibition are as follows:

Friday 10 January 2020, 12 noon to 7 PM
The Dickson Memorial Hall
Station Road
Laurencekirk
AB30 1BE

The draft orders and Environmental Impact Assessment Report are available to view from the Transport Scotland website.

The exhibition material will also be available to view online from 12 noon on 10 January 2020.