Agenda item - Madeira Drive Active Travel Fund ETRO-10-2021

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Madeira Drive Active Travel Fund ETRO-10-2021

Report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture

Decision:

1)             That the Committee, having taken account of all duly made comments and representations, agrees that the provisions of ETRO-10-2021 be made permanent. 

Minutes:

73.1      The Committee considered a report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture that provided an overview of the consultation process for the Madeira Drive scheme and set out recommendations in relation to the ETRO-10-2021 consultation.

 

73.2      In response to questions from Councillor Platts, the Senior Project Manager explained that specific detail on the location of consultation respondents could be provided after the meeting. The ETRO only referred to the extent of the scheme so did not include Black Rock car park with that particular car park part of a separate project that was underway.

 

73.3      The Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture added that the information in the report had to be presented in a specific way owing to the council’s duties under the Road Traffic Act.

 

73.4      The Assistant Director, City Transport highlighted that the if a decision wasn’t made by the committee on the ETRO then legally, the current layout would need to revert back to the original. Previous recommendations on closure had not been made under the Road Traffic Act and recommendations could only be made that were broadly in line with those set out in the ETRO. The Lawyer added that an ETRO could not be changed in the final six months and new provisions could not be added to it.

 

73.5      Resolved-

 

1)             That the Committee, having taken account of all duly made comments and representations, agrees that the provisions of ETRO-10-2021 be made permanent. 

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