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Public Notice of the Proposed Scale of Charges Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982, Section 17 Review of Taxi Fares and Related Charges for Scottish Borders

Notice ID: MF0244726

Notice effective from
27th October 2017 to 26th November 2017

Public Notice of the Proposed Scale of Charges Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982, Section 17 Review of Taxi Fares and Related Charges for Scottish Borders Scottish Borders Council, as Licensing Authority under the above Act are required to fix scales for fares and other charges and review and implement these at intervals of not exceeding 18 months from the date the last review came into effect. The last review of fares in the Scottish Borders was brought into effect on 10 October 2016. Accordingly notice is hereby given that it is proposed that there be no change to the existing fare scale which will continue to be effective following the statutory consultation process from 5 January 2018 as follows:
MAXIMUM FARE LEVELS SOCIAL HOURS No. of PASSENGERS

Initial Hire
Each 100.5yards (approx. 93.60 metres) or part thereof

1 to 4 £2.25 £0.10
5 to 8
£3.40
£0.15
Waiting Time
After 60 seconds each 35 seconds £0.10 £0.15


Valeting/Customer Misuse
Car valeting charge for customer misuse: £70.00

UNSOCIAL HOURS
(a) In addition to social hours from 10.00pm to 6.00am % %



(b) Festive Season:-

Between 6.00pm on 24 December until 6.00am on 27 December and between 6.00pm on 31 December until 6.00am on 3 January
Initial Hire £3.35 £4.95

Each100.5yards(approx.93.60 metres)orpartthereof £0.15 £0.25


Waiting Time
After 60 seconds each 35 seconds £0.15 £0.25


Any person may lodge representations in writing with respect to the proposals by
24 November 2017 to
B. FRATER, Service Director Regulatory Services, Scottish Borders Council, Newtown St Boswells, Melrose TD6 0SA
October 2017
The Scottish Borders Council (Deanfoot Road, West Linton) (Temporary No Waiting) Order 2017
The Scottish Borders Council have made the above Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended. The Order, which has a maximum duration of 18 months, will come into force on 1 November 2017 and is expected to remain in effectfor a period of one day between the hours of 08:00 and 17:00. The Order is required for Scottish Water ironwork repairs.
When the Order comes into effect no person shall permit any vehicle to wait or to be parked on both sides of Deanfoot Road, West Linton from Main Street to Croft Road.
B FRATER, Service Director Regulatory Services
Scottish Borders - the place to live and work

Attachments

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Scottish Borders Council

Council Headquarters , Newtown St. Boswells , Melrose , TD6 0SA

http://www.scotborders.gov.uk 0300 100 1800

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