Agenda and decisions

Cabinet Member for Traffic & Transportation - Thursday, 20th August, 2020 4.00 pm

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Items
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1.

Apologies

2.

Declarations of Members' Interests

3.

Residents' Parking Programme of Consultation - Reprioritisation Post Covid-19 pdf icon PDF 198 KB

Purpose.

The purpose of the report is to provide an update on the progress of the Residents' Parking Programme of Consultation and to recommend adjustments as a result of changes since the reprioritisation report of September 2019. 

                 

Within this report, RPZ means Residents' Parking Zone.

 

Appendix A:  Revised Residents' Parking Programme map; a visual representation of this report showing existing RPZs and the areas identified for consultation.

 

Recommendations

It is recommended that:

 

(a)      The progress since September 2019 described in paragraph 3.7 is noted in conjunction with the 4-month delay caused by the Covid-19 pandemic;

 

(b)      The amended Programme set out in Table 1 (page 4) is agreed and consultation continues within the rolling programme until a point where RPZs are not wanted or needed by residents in the areas referred to, and;

 

(c)      If the workstream set out in Table 1 reaches a point where RPZs are not wanted or needed by residents that the next area to be considered is the area with the highest priority score shown in Table 2 (page 5).

 

Additional documents:

Decision:

 

a) The progress since September 2019 described in paragraph 3.7 was noted in conjunction with the 4-month delay caused by the Covid-19 pandemic;

  

(b) The amended Programme set out in Table 1 (page 4 of the report) was agreed and consultation continues within the rolling programme until a point where RPZs are not wanted or needed by residents in the areas referred to, and;

  

(c) If the work stream set out in Table 1 reaches a point where RPZs are not wanted or needed by residents, the next area to be considered will be the area with the highest priority score shown in Table 2 (page 5).