Agenda

Venue: Council Chamber, Civic Offices, Reading

Contact: Richard Woodford, Committee Services  Email: richard.woodford@reading.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Declarations of Interest

2.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 93 KB

3.

Minutes of the Meeting of the Traffic Management Sub-Committee pdf icon PDF 95 KB

Minutes of the meeting held on 11 September 2019.

4.

Minutes of Other Bodies pdf icon PDF 142 KB

·         Joint Waste Disposal Board – 4 July 2019

·         AWE Local Liaison Committee – 11 July 2019

Additional documents:

5.

Petitions

Petitions submitted pursuant to Standing Order 36 in relation to matters falling within the Committee’s Powers & Duties which have been received by Head of Legal & Democratic Services no later than four clear working days before the meeting.

6.

Questions from Councillors and Members of the Public

Questions submitted pursuant to Standing Order 36 in relation to matters falling within the Committee’s Powers & Duties which have been submitted in writing and received by the Head of Legal & Democratic Services no later than four clear working days before the meeting.

7.

Decision Book References

To consider any requests received by the Monitoring Officer pursuant to Standing Order 42, for consideration of matters falling within the Committee’s Powers & Duties which have been the subject of Decision Book reports.

8.

Petition Objecting to Extending the Existing Vehicle Crossing at 8 St John's Road, Caversham pdf icon PDF 93 KB

A report to the Committee on the findings of a petition requesting that the Council do not extend the size of an existing vehicle crossing at 8 St John’s Road, Caversham.

Additional documents:

9.

Air Quality Update pdf icon PDF 96 KB

A report providing the Committee with an update on actions taken to deliver the Air Quality Action Plan 2016 and air quality related projects that the Council have recently completed, or are in the process of delivering, and details on a project to update the Air Quality Action Plan following the detailed studies which were carried out following the Ministerial Direction targeted at reducing Nitrogen Dioxide and a brief overview of the Government’s proposed Environment Bill.

10.

Hackney Carriage Vehicle Emissions and Age Policy pdf icon PDF 3 MB

A report asking the Committee to note the Hackney Carriage Vehicle (HCV) Emissions and Age Policy, which sets out the Council’s requirements until 2030 and was agreed at Licensing Applications Committee on 23 October 2019.

11.

Climate Change Action pdf icon PDF 355 KB

A report providing the Committee with a summary of the progress against the carbon footprint targets for the Council’s own operations and those of the Borough and details of the ongoing activity to meet the objectives set out in the Climate Emergency Declaration.

12.

Draft Russell Street/Castle Hill Conservation Area Appraisal pdf icon PDF 2 MB

A report seeking the Committee’s approval of the draft review of the Russell Street/Castle Hill Conservation Area Appraisal for community involvement between December 2019 and February 2020.

Additional documents:

13.

Major Transport Projects - Update pdf icon PDF 83 KB

A report providing the Committee with an update on key progress and milestones associated with the current programme of major transport projects in Reading.

14.

Transport for the South East - Statutory Status pdf icon PDF 65 KB

A report providing the Committee with an overview of the process being carried out by Transport for the South East to seek statutory status, and the benefits this would bring to Reading.

15.

Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan pdf icon PDF 74 KB

A report providing the Committee with an update on the development of the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan for Reading, which will be adopted under the emerging Local Transport Plan and seeking approval to submit the first iteration to the Department for Transport.

Additional documents:

16.

Winter Maintenance Service Plan 2019/2020 pdf icon PDF 84 KB

A report informing the Committee of the outputs delivered by the Winter Service Plan 2018/19, of the Plan review carried out to ensure compliance with the Highways Act 1980 and ‘Well managed Highway Infrastructure: A Code of Practice’ and seeking approval for the Winter Service Plan 2019/2020.

Additional documents:

17.

Extension of Winter Term Contract 2016-2022 pdf icon PDF 52 KB

A report setting out details to enter into the final three years of the Winter Maintenance Term Contract 2016-2022 to provide a sustainable Winter Maintenance Service under the current contractual terms and conditions and seeking authority to enter into the final three years (2020-2022) of the Winter Maintenance Term Contract 2016-2022.

18.

Street Lighting and Electrical Maintenance Term Contract 2013-2018 (Currently Extended until 30 June 2021) pdf icon PDF 55 KB

A report setting out details to enter into a final year (2020/2021) of the Street Lighting and Electrical Maintenance Term Contract 2013-2018 (currently extended until 30 June 2021).