City Centre Exemption Consultation
Purpose of Report: The report will consider the representations
received to the statutory consultation for the amendment to list of
exemptions for vehicle movements within the pedestrian area, with
officer recommendation for a future course of action. The report
will also provide an update on the policies and protocols for the
management of the HVM measure that will be placed at the entry/exit
points of the pedestrianised area.
The Executive Member will be asked to consider the representations received and decide on if the proposed amendments to the list of the exemptions on which vehicle movements are permitted within the pedestrian area. The Executive Member will also be asked to approve an engagement process to begin to share information on how waivers can be applied for under the new policies and procedures, this will include an update of the National Street Gazetteer, to keep all statutory undertakers updated with the proposed access restrictions to the pedestrian area.
Decision type: Non-key
Decision status: Decision Made
Wards affected: Guildhall Ward;
Notice of proposed decision first published: 18/05/2022
Decision due: 21/06/22 by Executive Member for Transport
Lead member: Executive Member for Transport
Lead director: Corporate Director of Place
Department: Directorate of Place
Contact: Darren Hobson, Principal Engineer Traffic Manager Email: email@example.com.
Advertisement on affected streets and in a local newspaper and all residents/businesses of properties within the pedestrian area.
Equality Impact Assessment Completed?: EIA will be considered as part of the report.
- 21/06/2022 - City Centre Exemption Consultation
- 21/06/2022 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Transport City Centre Exemption Consultation 21/06/2022