Agenda and decisions

Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation - Thursday, 2nd September, 2021 4.00 pm

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

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Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for absence

2.

Declarations of Interests

3.

Residents' Parking Programme of Consultations - Reprioritisation pdf icon PDF 265 KB

Purpose

The purpose of the report is to provide an update on the progress of the Residents' Parking Programme of Consultation since August 2020 and to make recommendations on the way forward. 

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member agrees that

 

1.    The progress made since August 2020 (paragraph 3.4), and the conclusion of the rolling element of the programme (paragraph 3.6) is noted and that the rolling programme of consultation has been completed;

2.    The Programme set out in Table 1 (page 4) is agreed, meaning consultation recommences with the 5 self-contained* areas identified (*those unlikely to displace parking, and which have been waiting for some years to be considered whilst the rolling programme reached its conclusion);

3.    Once work in the 5 self-contained areas in Table 1 is complete, the remaining 4 areas on the Programme are progressed and a rolling element again developed to mitigate any displaced parking impact;

4.    Once work described in (c) above is complete, the review of existing parking zones recommences to ensure their optimal operation for permit holders, with a new Programme developed based on the demand from residents.

 

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Decision:

 

DECISIONS

a)    The progress made since August 2020 (paragraph 3.4), and the conclusion of the rolling element of the programme (paragraph 3.6) is

noted and that the rolling programme of consultation has been completed;

b)    The Programme set out in Table 1 (page 4) is agreed, meaning consultation recommences with the 5 self-contained* areas identified

(*those unlikely to displace parking, and which have been waiting for some years to be considered whilst the rolling programme reached its

conclusion);

c)    Once work in the 5 self-contained areas in Table 1 is complete, the remaining 4 areas on the Programme are progressed and a rolling element again developed to mitigate any displaced parking impact;

d)    Once work described in (c) above is complete, the review of existing parking zones recommences to ensure their optimal operation for permit holders, with a new Programme developed based on the demand from residents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

TRO 48/2021: Proposed shared bays (MG / MH permit holders in Owen Street and Ward Road, Southsea) pdf icon PDF 853 KB

Purpose

To consider the public response to the proposed amendments to permit parking in Owen Street and Ward Road.

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member agrees

 

1.    That the amendment to 3 residents' parking bays (accommodating approximately 12 vehicles) within the MG parking zone to allow MH permit holders, proposed under TRO 48/2021, is implemented;

2.    That feedback from local people is recorded and used to inform any future proposals, should they become necessary.

 

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Decision:

DECISIONS

1.    That the amendment to 3 residents' parking bays (accommodating approximately 12 vehicles) within the MG parking zone to allow MH permit holders, proposed under TRO 48/2021, is implemented;

2.    That feedback from local people is reviewed after three months after implementation and used to inform any future proposals, should they become necessary.

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TRO 8/2021: Proposed extension of MH parking zone eastwards (Eastney) pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Purpose

To consider the public response to the proposed eastwards extension of the MH Westfield Road area residents' parking zone, in the context of the Programme of Consultation on Residents' Parking.

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member agrees that

 

1.    The proposed extension of the MH Westfield Road area parking zone under TRO 8/2021 is implemented as advertised, with the following exceptions;

2.    The 14m double yellow lines proposed outside Nos. 87-88 Lidiard Gardens are deleted from TRO 8/2021 and not implemented - Part E) 3 a) (iii) of the notice;

3.    It is confirmed and noted that Nos.1-7 Highland Mews at 117 Lidiard Gardens is entirely private, separate from the public highway and not included in the physical proposals under TRO 8/2021, and that residents are entitled to apply for permits.

 

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Decision:

DECISIONS

1.    The proposed extension of the MH Westfield Road area parking zone under TRO 8/2021 is implemented as advertised, with the following exceptions:

2.    The 14m double yellow lines proposed outside Nos. 87-88 Lidiard Gardens are deleted from TRO 8/2021 and not implemented - Part E) 3 a) (iii) of the notice;

3.    It was confirmed that, should the residents in the roads east of the extension request permit parking in the future, they would be resurveyed.

4.    It is confirmed and noted that Nos.1-7 Highland Mews at 117 Lidiard Gardens is entirely private, separate from the public highway and not included in the physical proposals under TRO 8/2021, and that residents are entitled to apply for permits.

 

 

 

 

6.

TRO 39B/2021: Proposed parking restrictions in various locations pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Purpose

To consider the public response to the proposed parking restrictions in a number of locations in Portsmouth.

 

RECOMMENDED that the Cabinet Member agrees that

 

1.    The double yellow lines in Hayling Avenue remain unchanged, meaning the proposal to reduce their length by 5m at each end is not implemented;

2.    9m of the 11m of double yellow lines proposed on the bend in Cheslyn Road is implemented;

3.    The proposed 5m extension to the double yellow lines on both sides of Woolner Avenue is applied to the east side only, southwards from Havant Road junction;

4.    The 11m of double yellow lines proposed in front of the access road to Orford Court in Magdala Road, is implemented;

5.    The 30m of double yellow lines proposed on the bend in Peronne Road, north of Bapaume Road, is implemented;

6.    The parking in Shelley Avenue remains unchanged, meaning the proposal to install double yellow lines on the south side and move all parking (including 3 disabled bays) to the north side is not implemented;

7.    It is noted that the remainder of TRO 39/2021 was brought into operation under TRO 39A/2021 at the end of July, due to no objections being received to those proposals. Therefore, any proposals approved following this report will be brought into operation under TRO 39B/2021.

 

 

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Decision:

DECISIONS

1.    The double yellow lines in Hayling Avenue remain unchanged, meaning the proposal to reduce their length by 5m at each end is not implemented;

2.    9m of the 11m of double yellow lines proposed on the bend in Cheslyn Road is implemented;

3.    The proposed 5m extension to the double yellow lines on both sides of Woolner Avenue is applied to the east side only, southwards from Havant Road junction;

4.    The 11m of double yellow lines proposed in front of the access road to Orford Court in Magdala Road, is implemented;

5.    The 30m of double yellow lines proposed on the bend in Peronne Road, north of Bapaume Road, is implemented;

6.    The parking in Shelley Avenue remains unchanged, meaning the proposal to install double yellow lines on the south side and move all parking (including 3 disabled bays) to the north side is not implemented;

7.    It is noted that the remainder of TRO 39/2021 was brought into operation under TRO 39A/2021 at the end of July, due to no objections being received to those proposals. Therefore, any proposals approved following this report will be brought into operation under TRO 39B/2021.