Agenda

Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation - Thursday, 29th October, 2020 4.00 pm

Venue: Virtual Remote Meeting - Remote. View directions

Contact: Jane Di Dino Local Democracy Officer 023 9283 4060`  Email: jane.didino@portsmouthcc.gov.uk

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Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies

2.

Declarations of Members' Interests

3.

Chairman's Announcements - Transforming Cities Fund Investment for Portsmouth and South East Hampshire.

Councillor Stagg will provide a verbal update on this fund.

4.

School Crossing Patrols Resources pdf icon PDF 117 KB

Purpose.

To provide an update on the resources that are included in the School Crossing Patrol budget 2019/20

 

RECOMMENDED that the report be noted.

 

 

5.

Solent Connectivity: the Network Rail Solent Continuous Modular Strategy Plan pdf icon PDF 676 KB

Purpose.

The purpose of this report is to inform members of the recommendations for the future development of train services in the Solent area (Portsmouth – Southampton/Eastleigh) contained in “Solent Connectivity”, the Solent Continuous Modular Strategic Planning (CMSP) study

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

It is recommended that the Cabinet Member for Traffic and Transportation:

 

1.    Notes the contents of this report

2.    Endorses the CMSP recommended train service specification:

·         Portsmouth – Southampton: additional 2 trains per hour giving 4 trains per hour; and

·         Portsmouth – Eastleigh: additional train per hour giving 2 trains per hour.

 

3.    Supports in principle the following CMSP recommended infrastructure measures that will be required in Portsmouth to facilitate the new services:

·         Reinstatement of track in platform 2 at Portsmouth Harbour station, bringing the platform back into use; and/or

·         Provision of an additional platform at Portsmouth and Southsea station, adjacent to the low-level platforms 3 and 4.

 

 

 

 

Additional documents:

6.

TRO 51/2020: Proposed parking restrictions and amendments pdf icon PDF 930 KB

Purpose.

To consider the consultation responses to proposals under TRO 51/2020 relating to parking restrictions, and to decide whether to implement the proposals. When objections are received to proposed traffic regulation orders (TROs), a decision by the Traffic & Transportation Cabinet Member is required to be made at a public meeting.

 

Appendix A: The public proposal notice and plans for TRO 51/2020

Appendix B: Public response to the proposals.

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

It is recommended that, under TRO 51/2020:

 

1.    April Square: the proposed 66 metres of double yellow lines within the northern arm (alongside No.41 and outside Nos.42-52) are reduced to 26 metres on the west side, alongside No.41 only;

 

2.    Bransbury Road: the double yellow lines are extended by 6 metres in front of the dropped kerb as proposed;

 

3.    Althorpe Drive / Holcot Lane: the double yellow lines are installed at the junction of these roads as proposed;

 

4.    Woofferton Road: the proposed 7 metres of double yellow lines are reduced to 5 metres and installed;

 

5.    Haslemere Road: the proposed extension of the single yellow line by 4 metres is deleted and not implemented;

 

6.    The remaining 10 proposals under TRO 51/2020 are implemented as advertised, due to support and/or no objections.

7.

TRO 49/2020: Proposed MG Festing Grove area residents' parking zone. pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Purpose.

To consider the public response to the proposed MG Festing Grove area residents' parking zone, in the context of the wider Programme of Consultation on Residents' Parking.

 

Within this report, "RPZ" means Residents' Parking Zone and "TRO" means Traffic Regulation Order.

 

Appendix A: The public proposal notice for TRO 49/2020

Appendix B: Public views submitted

Appendix C: Confirmation of communications (statutory and non-statutory).

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

That the MG Festing Grove area parking zone proposed under TRO 49/2020 is implemented as advertised, with the following caveats:

 

(i) That the double yellow lines proposed in Culver Road are deleted and not introduced (Part D2 of the public proposal notice); instead the residents' parking bays are extended in their place;

 

(ii) That the intention is noted to include the properties listed below in this   parking zone (MG Festing Grove area), instead of the adjacent proposed MH Westfield Road area parking zone, for practical reasons and in response to residents' concerns:

 

- Odd-numbered properties 279-291 Highland Road

- 1-12 Highcourt, 293 Highland Road.

Additional documents:

8.

TRO 50/2020: Proposed extension to MF Craneswater area residents' parking zone pdf icon PDF 867 KB

Purpose

To consider the public response to the proposed extension to the MF Craneswater area residents' parking zone ("MF zone"), in the context of the wider Programme of Consultation on Residents' Parking.

 

Within this report, "RPZ" means Residents' Parking Zone, "MF extension zone extension" means the area bounded by Festing Road, Salisbury Road, Elizabeth Gardens and Eastern Parade, and "TRO" means Traffic Regulation Order.

 

Appendix A: The public proposal notice for TRO 50/2020

Appendix B: Public views submitted

Appendix C: Confirmation of communications (statutory and non-statutory)

 

RECOMMENDED that the extension of the MF extension Craneswater area parking zone proposed under TRO 50/2020 is implemented as advertised.

Additional documents:

9.

TRO 48/2020: Proposed additional permit eligibility for KD parking zone pdf icon PDF 651 KB

Purpose.

To consider the consultation responses to the proposal under TRO 48/2020 to extend permit eligibility within the KD Castle Road area parking zone, and to decide whether to implement the proposal. When objections are received to proposed traffic regulation orders (TROs), a decision by the Traffic & Transportation Cabinet Member is required to be made at a public meeting.

 

Within this report, TRO means "traffic regulation order" and RPZ means "residents' parking zone".

 

Appendix A: The public proposal notice and plans for TRO 48/2020

Appendix B: Public response to the proposals

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

 

The proposal is implemented as advertised, meaning the remaining odd numbered properties on the west side of Grove Road South are eligible to apply for KD zone permits (Castle Road area). This would maintain a consistent approach to permit eligibility within RPZs across the city.

10.

Concessions of Care Homes in Residents Parking Schemes pdf icon PDF 134 KB

Purpose.

To propose a minor change in the way the Residents Parking Scheme operates to allow registered care homes to obtain up to three flexible permits for £100 per permit.   

 

RECOMMENDATION

That the Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation agrees a charge of £100 for up to three business permits issued registered to care homes in residents parking zones and that these permits are flexible and do not specify a registration number.  Fourth and subsequent permits will be charged at the standard rate.

 

11.

On-Street Residential Charge Point Scheme - Phase 1 mid-point review pdf icon PDF 689 KB

Purpose.

To provide an update on the first phase of the On-Street Residential Charge point Scheme

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation note the report.

12.

Electric Vehicle On-Street Residential Charge point scheme (ORCS) phase 2 - TRO 75/2020 pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Purpose.

To consider the public responses to TRO 75/2020, proposed designated electric vehicle charging bays in 80 locations across 71 roads. Objections were received to proposals within TRO 75/2020, and therefore a report to the Cabinet Member is required for decision to be made at a public meeting.

 

RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation:

 

1 Provides formal consent for the installations of the designated electric vehicle charging bays detailed in Appendix A with the following 19 exceptions:

 

De Lisle Close, West side adjacent to Nos.7-19 does not proceed

Eastfield Road, South side, outside No.73; does not proceed

Fordingbridge Road, East side, outside No.60; does not proceed

Gladys Avenue, East side, outside no.76; does not proceed

Glasgow Road, North side, outside No.28; does not proceed

Goodwood Road, West side, outside No.17; does not proceed

High Street, Old Portsmouth, South-east side, outside No.17; does not

    proceed

Highland Road, South side, outside No.24; does not proceed

Laburnum Grove, South side, outside No.226; does not proceed

Lindley Avenue, South Side, outside no 36; does not proceed

Lumsden Road, South-east side, within the layby, front of 32-44; does      not proceed

Lyndhurst Road, East side, outside No.146; does not proceed

Malvern Road, West side, outside Nos. 19/21; does not proceed

Montague Road, North side, outside No.33; does not proceed

Oxford Road, East side, outside No.52/54; does not proceed

St Ronan's Road, East side outside No. 80 does not proceed

Taswell Road; East side, outside No.32; does not proceed

Waverley Grove, South side outside No.2 does not proceed

Wykeham Road, South side, outside Nos. 81 does not proceed

 

2. Notes the policy and guidance on the use of trailing cables to charge electric vehicles from off street power sources by residents is being developed and will be brought for a decision in a separate paper.

Additional documents:

13.

Solent Future Transport Zone pdf icon PDF 233 KB

Purpose.

To inform of the success of the Solent Future Transport Zone bid.

 

RECOMMENDED that the report be noted.