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Decision details

Walmgate Pedestrian Crossing and Footway Improvements

Decision Maker: Executive Members for City Strategy and Advisory Panel

Decision status: Implemented

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: Yes


Purpose of report: Report will outline the outcome of consultation on proposals to provide a signal controlled crossing facility on Walmgate close to Walmgate Bar. The report will seek approval of a scheme for implementation. The report will set out a proposed timetable for taking things forward, with a view to implementing a scheme using the funding allocated within the 08/09 Capital Programme.

Members are asked to: Consider the scheme proposals, the outcome of consultation, and Officer recommendations on the implementation of the scheme.


Advice of the Advisory Panel


That the Executive Member for City Strategy be advised to approve the revised proposals described under Option2, and shown at Annex E, for implementation and authorise the advertising of the necessary alterations to the existing no waiting restrictions and designated parking bays on the south side of Walmgate, where it is proposed to relocate a bus stop.       

Any substantive objections to the TRO to be referred back to a subsequent Officer in Consultation meeting for consideration and a decision.       

Decision of the Executive Member for City Strategy


RESOLVED:That the advice of the Advisory Panel be accepted and endorsed.


REASON:       To address road safety concerns around the area of Walmgate Bar by providing a signal controlled pedestrian crossing on Walmgate, together with extensions and enhancements to pedestrian footways.

Publication date: 09/12/2008

Date of decision: 08/12/2008

Decided at meeting: 08/12/2008 - Executive Members for City Strategy and Advisory Panel

Effective from: 11/12/2008

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