Issue details

Strategic Transport Investment Programme (2018/2019)

In July 2013, the Council established a Strategic Transport Investment Programme (STIP) to identify and develop strategic (i.e. larger than local) transport schemes that are needed to support sustainable economic growth in the county. A long list of potential schemes was identified at that time, largely building on technical work to prepare local plans and these schemes were prioritised.

 

The STIP has been reviewed periodically since 2013 and consideration is again being given to adding new priorities for investment and also removing schemes that are no longer considered to be priorities. Consultation has taken place with elected members and other stakeholders who were invited to put forward suggestions to inform the review. As the majority of funding for strategic transport projects will be subject to scheme appraisal in line with Department for Transport guidance, any new potential priorities will be appraised using a similar standardised approach.

 

The Cabinet Member for Highways and Infrastructure will be provided with an update on progress with current priorities and recommended to approve a revised Strategic Transport Investment Programme list of priorities, including the need for feasibility work on schemes in 2019/20. 

Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Expenditure > £500,000;

Decision status: For Determination

Notice of proposed decision first published: 07/08/2018

Decision due: March 2019 by Cabinet Member for Highways and Infrastructure

Lead member: Mr Roger Elkins roger.elkins@westsussex.gov.uk

Lead director: Executive Director Economy, Infrastructure and Environment

Contact: Paul Eagle, Principal Planner Email: paul.eagle@westsussex.gov.uk Tel: 033 022 25298.

Consultation process

Representations concerning this proposed decision can be made to the Cabinet Member for Highways and Infrastructure, via the officer contact, by the beginning of the month in which the decision is due to be taken.

Consultees

Local Members, Local Planning Authorities and other key stakeholders were invited to put forward suggestions

Democratic Services Contact: Judith Shore Tel: 033 022 26052

West Sussex Plan Priority: A Prosperous Place

Background papers

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