Impact assessment

Relocation of Falkirk driving test centre to Grangemouth

This initial screening was carried out to find out the impact of relocating the driving test centre at Falkirk to Grangemouth.

Documents

DSA equality impact assessment for Falkirk driving test centre

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Annex B: map of Falkirk and surrounding area

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Annex C: Scotland census 2001

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Detail

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) has closed the driving test centre at Falkirk and opened a new one in Grangemouth. This is to improve facilities for driving examiners and candidates.

The new test centre opened on 9 November 2012.

DSA considers that driving test candidates and staff won’t have any significant or detrimental impact on their journeys to the centre, or on its driving test routes.

The new centre is easily accessible via the network of main roads in the area. It’s located 4.2 miles away from the original centre.