Decision details

CIL Locally Funded Schemes Update - Proposals for Statutory Consultation

Decision status: For Determination

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No


The Executive Director for Economic Growth and Neighbourhood Services submitted a report that sought approval for officers to undertake a statutory consultation/notice processes to progress two scheme designs.  These were for zebra crossings on Imperial Way and Whitley Wood Lane and to implement traffic calming measures on Shaw Road and Boston Avenue.  The proposals were set out in Appendix 1 and Appendix 2 attached to the report.

The Sub-Committee discussed the report, and it was suggested that officers investigate the profile of speed humps so that these could be more friendly to cyclists.

Resolved –

(1)     That the report be noted;

(2)     That the Assistant Director of Legal and Democratic Services be authorised to undertake statutory consultation/notification processes for the proposed zebra crossing designs on Imperial Way and Whitley Wood Lane, and for the proposed traffic calming measures on Shaw Road and Boston Avenue, in accordance with the Local Authorities Traffic Orders (Procedure) (England and Wales) Regulations 1996;

(3)     That the Highways and Traffic Services Manager, in agreement with the Lead Councillor for Climate Strategy and Transport, be able to make minor alterations to the agreed proposals;

(4)     That subject to no objections being received each scheme, the scheme(s) be considered as agreed for implementation enabling delivery planning to commence;

(5)     That should a scheme receive objection(s) during the statutory consultation period, that these be reported to a future meeting of the Sub-Committee for consideration and decision regarding scheme implementation;

(6)     That no public inquiry be held into the proposals.

Publication date: 26/04/2023

Date of decision: 02/03/2023

Decided at meeting: 02/03/2023 - Traffic Management Sub-Committee

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