Agenda item - Hanover Low Traffic Neigbourhood Pilot scheme development

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Hanover Low Traffic Neigbourhood Pilot scheme development

Report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture

Decision:

1)            That the Committee welcomes the progress that has been made since the Hanover Action deputation was received, through the continued engagement with the local community, in the development of this pilot project.

 

2)            That the committee notes the proposed Low Traffic Neighbourhood funding allocation for 2021/22 in the Local Transport Plan capital programme and requests a further report following completion of the initial project planning, and options identification stages.

 

3)            That officers explore options for other Low Traffic Neighbourhood schemes and suitable complimentary measures across the city, and begin work with member oversight on a wider Low Traffic Neighbourhood delivery strategy for the city, to come back before the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee for approval.

 

4)            That these options be explored in conjunction with the recommendations of the Community Wealth Building Members’ Working Group, as agreed by Full Council on 22 October 2020.

Minutes:

85.1      The Committee considered a report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture that provided an update on the initial Hanover Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) Pilot project planning stage, which will enable officers to continue to engage with the community and stakeholders.

 

85.2      Councillor Appich moved a motion to add a recommendation 2.3 and 2.4 as shown in bold italics below:

 

2.3      That officers explore options for other Low Traffic Neighbourhood schemes and suitable complimentary measures across the city, and begin work with member oversight on a wider Low Traffic Neighbourhood delivery strategy for the city, to come back before the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee for approval.

 

2.4      That these options be explored in conjunction with the recommendations of the Community Wealth Building Members’ Working Group, as agreed by Full Council on 22 October 2020.

 

85.3      Councillor Wilkinson formally seconded the motion.

 

85.4      The Chair stated that the Green Group welcomed the motion and the ambition was to for an expansion of LTN across the city. The Chair provided a reminder that the Hanover project was still a pilot and that differing rules for new LTN schemes would be needed according to the layout of the specific area.

 

85.5      The Chair then put the motion to the vote that passed.

 

85.6      The Chair then put the recommendation as amended to the vote that were agreed.

 

85.7      RESOLVED-

 

1)            That the Committee welcomes the progress that has been made since the Hanover Action deputation was received, through the continued engagement with the local community, in the development of this pilot project.

 

2)            That the committee notes the proposed Low Traffic Neighbourhood funding allocation for 2021/22 in the Local Transport Plan capital programme and requests a further report following completion of the initial project planning, and options identification stages.

 

3)            That officers explore options for other Low Traffic Neighbourhood schemes and suitable complimentary measures across the city, and begin work with member oversight on a wider Low Traffic Neighbourhood delivery strategy for the city, to come back before the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee for approval.

 

4)            That these options be explored in conjunction with the recommendations of the Community Wealth Building Members’ Working Group, as agreed by Full Council on 22 October 2020.

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