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Draft Vehicle Crossings Policy

Meeting: 18/01/2021 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport (Item 52)

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This report presents a draft vehicle crossing policy which is proposed to be adopted by City of York Council to support the vehicle crossing application process.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Resolved:

 

                      i.         That the draft policy be subject to public consultation. The draft policy would then become final if no objections are received at the end of the consultation period (3 months) or would be presented to the Executive Member for decision if objections are received;

                     ii.         That the council ensure it does specific engagement on equalities issues as part of the public consultation.

 

Reason:     To support the decision making process for vehicle

crossing applications submitted to City of York Council.

Minutes:

The Executive Member enquired about an equalities assessment for the Draft Vehicle Crossings Policy, officers confirmed that the report asks for us to begin an consultation which would include an impact assessment and the opportunity hold targeted engagement on any equalities impact with those engaged in the footstreets consultation.

 

Resolved:

 

                      i.         That the draft policy be subject to public consultation. The draft policy would then become final if no objections are received at the end of the consultation period (3 months) or would be presented to the Executive Member for decision if objections are received;

                     ii.         That the council ensure it does specific engagement on equalities issues as part of the public consultation.

 

Reason:     To support the decision making process for vehicle

crossing applications submitted to City of York Council.


 

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