Agenda item - Local Transport Plan - Engagement Outcomes

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Local Transport Plan - Engagement Outcomes

Report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture

Decision:

1)             That the Committee approves the proposed amendments to the Local Transport Plan’s three key principles, as set out in paragraph 3.23 of this report.

 

2)             That the Committee approves the proposed amendments to the Local Transport Plan’s six priority areas and interventions, as set out in Appendix 6 of this report.

 

3)             That the Committee notes the next steps and indicative programme for the completion of Local Transport Plan 5, as set out in paragraph 3.33.

Minutes:

85.1      The Committee considered a report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture that summarised the feedback and responses to the initial engagement undertaken during autumn 2021 on the development of the council’s fifth Local Transport Plan [LTP5]. Based on the feedback, the report sought approval of amendments to some of the principles, priority areas and initial set of proposed interventions set out in the ‘Developing a new Transport Plan for Brighton & Hove’ consultation document which was approved by this committee for consultation in June 2021. The report also set out the next steps in the development of LTP5.

 

85.2      In response to questions from Councillor Platts, the Head of Transport Policy & Strategy explained that understanding of travel that potential offset journeys such as supermarket home deliveries was something that would be explored in future workstreams. A minibus service in areas that were less well served by buses would be something reviewed in the Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) and future provision of parking was something assessed on a case-by-case basis in planning applications.

 

85.3      Councillor Nemeth stated that there were a number of gaps in policy and the report did not go far enough to address disagreements between motorists and cyclists and therefore the Conservative Group would be abstaining on the vote on the report.

 

85.4      Resolved-

 

1)           That the Committee approves the proposed amendments to the Local Transport Plan’s three key principles, as set out in paragraph 3.23 of this report.

 

2)           That the Committee approves the proposed amendments to the Local Transport Plan’s six priority areas and interventions, as set out in Appendix 6 of this report.

 

3)           That the Committee notes the next steps and indicative programme for the completion of Local Transport Plan 5, as set out in paragraph 3.33.

Supporting documents:

 


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