Agenda item - Local Transport Plan 5 initial engagement

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Local Transport Plan 5 initial engagement

Report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture

Decision:

1)             That the Committee approve the 2030 transport vision for the Local Transport Plan 5 (set out in paragraph 3.4 below)

 

2)             That the Committee approve the Local Transport Plan 5 key outcomes (set out in paragraph 3.5 below)

 

3)             That the Committee approve the Local Transport Plan 5 key principles (set out in paragraph 3.6 below)

 

4)             That the Committee agree that engagement and public consultation is undertaken on the priority areas and emerging proposed interventions, as set out in the ‘Developing a new Transport Plan for Brighton & Hove’ consultation document (attached as Appendix 1)

 

5)             That the Committee note the indicative programme to completion of Local Transport Plan 5 (set out in paragraph 3.9 below)

Minutes:

14.1      The Committee considered a report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture that provided an update on the development of the fifth Local Transport Plan (LTP5) and sought approval of the proposed 2030 transport vision, key outcomes and principles, and to commence engagement and public consultation in late summer on the priority areas and emerging proposed interventions, as set out in the ‘Developing a new Transport Plan for Brighton & Hove’ consultation document.

 

14.2      Councillor Nemeth stated his Group would not be supporting the recommendations as it was not felt the consultation was sufficient as it would ask residents how to carry out the proposals rather than whether they should be undertaken at all. Furthermore, the Conservative Group did not support the current proposals for a Liveable city centre as it was felt not enough outreach had been undertaken and many residents and trade groups had expressed worry about the proposals meaning it was too controversial to endorse.

 

14.3      Councillor Wilkinson stated that the Labour Group supported the report proposals, and many were critical to the city’s caron neutral ambitions. Councillor Wilkinson stated that he was looking forward to seeing more detail from the engagement and consultation.

 

14.4      RESOLVED-

 

1)             That the Committee approve the 2030 transport vision for the Local Transport Plan 5 (set out in paragraph 3.4 below)

 

2)             That the Committee approve the Local Transport Plan 5 key outcomes (set out in paragraph 3.5 below)

 

3)             That the Committee approve the Local Transport Plan 5 key principles (set out in paragraph 3.6 below)

 

4)             That the Committee agree that engagement and public consultation is undertaken on the priority areas and emerging proposed interventions, as set out in the ‘Developing a new Transport Plan for Brighton & Hove’ consultation document (attached as Appendix 1)

 

5)             That the Committee note the indicative programme to completion of Local Transport Plan 5 (set out in paragraph 3.9 below)

Supporting documents:

 


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