Agenda and decisions

CPH Environment & Highways Decision Session
Tuesday 5th January 2021 6.00 pm

Venue: Online via Youtube

Contact: Joe Suffield  Democratic Servies

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies

Decision:

No apologies were received.

2.

Declaration of Interests

To receive notification of any declarations of pecuniary and/or conflict of interest from Members.

Decision:

There were no declarations of interests.

3.

Questions and Deputations

To answer any questions and hear deputations, if any, asked by any resident of the Borough pursuant to Standing Orders.

Decision:

Councillor McCarthy made a deputation on a petition submitted about Rangoon Road and Valley Road.

4.

Emergency Active Travel Fund Project pdf icon PDF 195 KB

To provide an update on the COVID19 Emergency Active Travel Fund (EATF) Tranche 1 project and to consider taking forward a new Tranche 2 programme of permanent improvement schemes under the Active Travel Fund (ATF).

Additional documents:

Decision:

The Cabinet Member RESOLVED to:

a)  Note the update and lessons learnt from Tranche 1 of the Emergency Active Travel Fund programme.

b)  Retain the two temporary 20mph speed limit orders in Knowle and Meriden and then consider them as part of to the Borough wide review of speed limits due to take place in 2021.

c)  Agree to accept the Tranche 2 Active Travel Funding capital allocation of £841,141 and progress the four named schemes in paragraph 4.14, through preliminary design and public consultation phases.

d)  Agree to receive a further report in late 2021 on the outcome of the design and consultation stage of the project.

5.

Petition Summary pdf icon PDF 262 KB

To provide an update on two petitions received for the Environment and Highways portfolio, and where appropriate, agree the associated recommendations.

Additional documents:

Decision:

The Cabinet Member RESOLVED to:

a)  Note the petitions received and the proposed programme for investigating and responding to them as detailed in Appendix 1.

b)  Agree the proposed outcomes for the individual petitions as detailed in the report.