Agenda

Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation
Thursday, 11th July, 2019 4.00 pm

Venue: The Executive Meeting Room - Third Floor, The Guildhall. View directions

Contact: Joanne Wildsmith Democratic Services Tel: 9283 4057  Email: joanne.wildsmith@portsmouthcc.gov.uk

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Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies

2.

Declarations of Members' Interests

3.

TRO 18b/2019 Parking Restriction Proposals - Cobden Avenue, Holland Road, Dryden Avenue, Winter Road pdf icon PDF 794 KB

The report by the Director of Regeneration is to consider the public responses to proposed parking restrictions in a number of locations in Portsmouth and to decide whether to implement the proposals.  Objections were received to 4 of the 25 proposals within TRO 18/2019, and therefore a report to the Cabinet Member is required, for decision to be made at a public meeting.

 

RECOMMENDED that:

(1)       The 12-metre length of DYL in Cobden Avenue outside odd Nos.49-53 is not removed as proposed, and therefore remains in place;

 

(2)       The 16 metres of DYL proposed at the western dead end of Holland Road are not installed;

 

(3)       As proposed, DYL are installed on the south side of Dryden Avenue, the existing disabled bays are relocated to the north side and the proposed disabled bay is installed on the north side, with white line markings applied in front of the steps on the north side;

 

(4)       As proposed, DYL are reinstated in place of the 23-metre single yellow line in Winter Road between Wimborne Road and Evans Road.

4.

TRO 57/2019 Parking Restriction Proposals : Martin Road, Maidford Grove and Watermead Road pdf icon PDF 661 KB

The purpose of the report by the Director of Regeneration is to consider the public responses to proposed parking restrictions in a number of locations in Portsmouth and to decide whether to implement the proposals.  Objections were received to 3 of the 16 proposals within TRO 57/2019, and therefore a report to the Cabinet Member is required, for decision to be made at a public meeting.

 

RECOMMENDED that:

(1)  The 11-metre length of DYL in Martin Road in front of the shared driveway and No.55 is not removed as proposed, and therefore remains in place;

 

(2)  The 34 metres of DYL proposed on one side of Maidford Grove are installed;

 

(3)  Of the 67 metres of DYL proposed in Watermead Road, only the following are installed:

      (a)       West side, a 5m length both north and south of the junction with Sandpipers;

      (b)       East side, 8m of the proposed 38m is installed northwards from No.1.

 

 

5.

Speed Reduction - Locksway Road pdf icon PDF 451 KB

The purpose of the report by the Director of Regeneration is to consider the public responses to the consultation regarding proposals to implement speed cushions on Locksway Road.

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transportation approves the installation of speed cushions along Locksway Road as set out in Appendix 1 of the report. 

 

6.

Safer Routes to School - Albert Road Zebra Crossing (Craneswater School) pdf icon PDF 385 KB

To consider the responses to the public consultation regarding the proposals to implement a zebra crossing and associated traffic calming facilities outside Craneswater School on Albert Road.

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transportation approves the implementation of the zebra crossing and associated traffic calming adjacent to Craneswater School within Albert Road.

7.

Air Quality Local Plan Update pdf icon PDF 161 KB

This is an information report on the development of the Air Quality Local Plan.

 

The Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation is asked to note the report.

8.

Transport for the South East - Formal consultation on the draft proposal to government pdf icon PDF 131 KB

The report by the Director of Regeneration responds to the consultation on the draft proposal to government for the establishment of a sub national transport body in the southeast: Transport for the South East (TfSE).

 

RECOMMENDED

It is recommended that the Cabinet Member:

(1) Welcomes the draft proposal to establish a sub national transport body (STB) for the South East, to be known as Transport for the South East (TfSE);

(2) Approves the attached consultation response for submission to TfSE.

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9.

Transforming Cities Fund Tranche 2 Update pdf icon PDF 201 KB

The purpose of the report by the Director of Regeneration is to provide an update on the success of the Portsmouth City Council's tranche 1 bid to the Department for Transport’s (DfT) Transforming Cities Fund, and on the submission of draft Strategic Outline Business Case (SOBC) for tranche 2, in partnership with Hampshire County Council and the Isle of Wight Council.

 

RECOMMENDED:

(1)  That the success and progress of the tranche 1 Transforming Cities Fund (TCF) bid for Portsmouth and the South East Hampshire city region is noted;

 

(2)  That the proposed candidate infrastructure projects, outlined in section 3.14, are endorsed, and are developed further for consideration within Strategic Outline Business Case for Tranche 2 Transforming Cities Fund for Portsmouth and South East Hampshire city region.

10.

Residents' Parking Scheme Changes pdf icon PDF 139 KB

The purpose of the report by the Director of Regeneration is to recommend ways of improving the residents' parking scheme to; encourage  the use of cars with lower emissions, encourage car sharing, discourage students from bringing cars to the city, make it easier for residents living  near Residents Parking Zone boundary (RPZ) and to reduce displacement.

 

RECOMMENDED:

 

(1)  That the following variations to the Portsmouth City Council (Various Roads) Residents Parking Places) (No. 9) Consolidation Order 2016 are advertised and any objections considered at a future Traffic and Transport Decision meeting:

 

      (i)         The eligibility for permits is changed to exclude student halls of residents.

 

      (ii)        The procedure for issuing permits is changed to allow car sharing between people living in different zones by permitting the same vehicle to be issued with a permit for more than one zone.

 

(2)   That the following variations to the charge for the issue of Parking Permits be advertised under the statutory notice procedure:  

 

      (i)         The charges for permits are changed to allow households with one vehicle powered solely by electricity to obtain a permit free of charge and to reduce the charge for permits for those who have one vehicle which emits less than 100g of CO2 per Km for obtain permits to £15.

 

      (ii)        The cost of third permits to be reduced to £300.

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