Rothesay police warn trailer owners to take action

Rothesay police have issued a warning that all trailers parked on public roads will be reviewed, and if any are deemed to be obstructive or dangerous to road users, enforcement action will be taken.
Rothesay police have issued a warning that all trailers parked on public roads will be reviewed, and if any are deemed to be obstructive or dangerous to road users, enforcement action will be taken.

Rothesay police have issued a warning to residents that trailers parked on public roads will be reviewed and removed if necessary.

Local police inspector, Gordon Anderson, told The Buteman: “All trailers parked on public roads will be reviewd and if deemed to be causing an obstruction or endangering road users, enforcement action will be taken.”

This follows complaints from members of the public regarding the high number of trailers parked on piublic roads on Bute, seemingly abandoned.

Inspector Anderson added: “Anyone who has deposited a trailer in the aforementioned circumstances should remove as soon as possible.”