Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Highways and Infrastructure
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: Yes
Is subject to call in?: Yes
Providing on-street parking in a well-managed way helps to support local businesses, residents and communities. Road Space Audits are now being used to identify where there is a need to implement better settlement wide parking solutions that support the County Council’s aspirations in terms of economic development, improved safety and sustainable transport.
The Cabinet Member for Highways and Infrastructure is being asked to agree a revision to the decision making process for Road Space Audits as well as a strategic parking management plan programme to implement on-street parking controls in various locations across the county. Specific proposals for each place will be put to the Cabinet Member as they arise from the programme of Road Space Audits which is already underway. Road Space Audits will be progressively rolled out to the majority of urban areas across the County.
The Cabinet Member for Highways and Infrastructure has approved:
1) That the decision to consult upon and /or formally advertise Road Space Audit parking management proposals is taken by the Director for Highways and Transport following consideration by the relevant County Local Committee.
2) That the decision to implement Road Space Audit parking management plans, any subsequent changes to parking arrangements contained with the plans, and any changes to the on-street parking charging structure is taken by the Cabinet Member for Highways and Infrastructure, in consultation with County Local Committees and following consideration of any objections.
3) That the Cabinet Member for Highways and Infrastructure agree a strategic parking management plan programme to implement on-street parking controls in various locations across the County
Publication date: 21/12/2018
Date of decision: 21/12/2018
Effective from: 07/01/2019