Decisions

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Delegated decisions from legacy councils are available from the following links - BCC Cabinet Member decisions, BCC officer decisions, AVDC decisions, CDC decisions, SBDC decisions and WDC decisions.

Decisions published

04/08/2022 - Ivinghoe Double Yellow Lines – Parking Restrictions (Decision to be taken) ref: 815    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Proposal to introduce Waiting Restriction (Double Yellow Lines) on High Street, Ivinghoe.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 27/07/2022

Effective from:

Decision:

Recommendations:

 

It is recommended that the Leader:

 

a)                  Consider the feedback received at the Statutory Consultation

 

b)                 Authorises the making of the Traffic Regulation Order as set out in this report, for the installation of ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions at High Street, Ivinghoe.

 

c)                  Agrees that responders to the Statutory Consultation are informed of the decision, and to implement the traffic regulation order and related works.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 04/08/2022

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Decision:

The Deputy Leader on behalf of the Leader AGREED after considering the feedback received at the Statutory Consultation:-

 

a) To authorise the making of the Traffic Regulation Order as set out in the report, for the installation of ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions at High Street, Ivinghoe.

 

c) That responders to the Statutory Consultation be informed of the decision, and to implement the traffic regulation order and related works.

 

Wards affected: Ivinghoe;

Lead officer: Oladapo Azeez


03/08/2022 - Putlowes Waiting Restrictions (Decision to be taken) ref: 813    Recommendations Approved

Proposals to introduce 'no waiting at any time' restrictions from the A41/Putlowes Road junction to the Waddesdon Greenway accesses have been put forward to encourage compliance with highway Code Rule 242 to not leave vehicle or trailer in a dangerous position or where it causes any unnecessary obstruction of the road; and 243 which prohibits parking anywhere you would prevent access for Emergency Services; and in front of an entrance to a property.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 26/07/2022

Effective from:

Decision:

Recommendations: 

 

It is recommended that the Leader:

 

a)                  Consider the feedback received at Statutory Consultation.

 

b)                 Approves the making of the Traffic Regulation Order as set out in this report, for the installation of a ‘No waiting at any time’ restriction along Putlowes Road from the A41/Putlowes Road junction to the Waddesdon Greenway access.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 03/08/2022

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Decision:

The Deputy Leader, on behalf of the Leader:

 

a)                                 Considered the feedback received at Statutory Consultation.

 

b)                                APPROVED the making of the Traffic Regulation Order as set out in this report, for the installation of a ‘No waiting at any time’ restriction along Putlowes Road from the A41/Putlowes Road junction to the Waddesdon Greenway access.

Wards affected: Stone & Waddesdon;

Lead officer: David Cairney


10/08/2022 - D-AGT1 Aylesbury Garden Town - South Aylesbury - Supplementary Planning Document (Decision to be taken) ref: 821    For representation

D-AGT1 South Aylesbury is an adopted mixed use allocation in the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. The Local Plan requires a site-specific Supplementary Plan Document for this allocation; in the form of masterplan to set out clear and detailed advice for place-making. This key decision is to seek the Leaders approval to consult the public on the draft masterplan.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 02/08/2022

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Decision:

The Leader is recommended to:

 

i.                    Approve for public consultation the Vale of Aylesbury Plan – D-AGT1 Supplementary Planning Document. 

Wards affected: Wendover, Halton & Stoke Mandeville;

Lead officer: Simon Meecham


09/08/2022 - Abbey Barn Lane Improvement Scheme (Decision to be taken) ref: 820    For representation

Project Documentation submission for decision

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 01/08/2022

Effective from:

Decision:

Recommendations:

 

The Leader is requested to:

 

1.                  Agree to stop the Abbey Barn Lane Improvement Scheme (ABLIS)

 

The Leader is asked to note:

 

1.                  Ongoing dialogue with Homes England

2.                  Stopping the project will have incurred c£2m expenditure, fully funded from external sources

3.                  If the project is stopped, the Council would look at alternative ways in which the £2.5m of Abbey Barn South S.106 funding could be used to mitigate traffic impacts in the local area

Wards affected: Ryemead & Micklefield; Tylers Green & Loudwater;

Lead officer: Kevin Allen


29/07/2022 - Fleet Trading Account budget ref: 819    Recommendations Approved

To confirm details of the 2022/23 Fleet Trading Account budget, which is a zero balanced budget and therefore can’t be included in the full council decision taken in February that confirmed other revenue budgets.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 29/07/2022

Effective from: 04/08/2022

Decision:

The Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing, on behalf of the Leader:

 

AGREED the Fleet Trading Account budget for 2022-23 in line with current Financial Regulations

Lead officer: James Loader


29/07/2022 - Tingewick Road Area of Buckingham (Decision to be taken) ref: 811    Recommendations Approved

Proposed reduction in the speed limit for Tingewick Road Area of Buckingham

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 21/07/2022

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Decision:

Recommendations:   

 

A.     That the leader approves the making of the following order to reduce the speed limit to 40 mph on Tingewick Road and Ring Road (in the areas outlined in a statutory consultation).  This is in line with Police and Network Safety team recommendations, which are in line with the national government guidance issued by the Department for Transport.

 

B.      That the reduction to 40mph is supplemented with the following additional; measures to encourage driver adherence:

 

·         Centre hatching

·         40mph roundels

·         Gateway style features (subject to site survey and feasibility)

·         Refresh the existing road lines

 

C.      That the respondents to the Statutory Consultation be informed of the decision.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 29/07/2022

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Decision:

The Leader:

 

A.         APPROVED the making of the following order to reduce the speed limit to 40 mph on Tingewick Road and Ring Road (in the areas outlined in a statutory consultation).  This is in line with Police and Network Safety team recommendations, which are in line with the national government guidance issued by the Department for Transport.

 

B.         AGREED that the reduction to 40mph is supplemented with the following additional; measures to encourage driver adherence:

 

·         Centre hatching

·         40mph roundels

·         Gateway style features (subject to site survey and feasibility)

·         Refresh the existing road lines

 

C.         AGREED that the respondents to the Statutory Consultation be informed of the decision.

 

D.         AGREED that Speed data and Non-Motorised User (NMU) surveys are undertaken on Tingewick Rd at an appropriate point in the future, when the development work completes and occupancy is sufficient to provide a true representation of NMU and motorised vehicle use as a result of the developments. This will provide and accurate representation of NMU numbers, vehicle flow and speed. Should this data align with a further reduction in speed limit appropriate measures should be implemented

 

 

Please note that resolution D is an additional resolution which does not appear in the report recommendations.

Wards affected: Buckingham West;

Lead officer: Ian Thomas


26/07/2022 - Temporary staffing contract award (Decision to be taken) ref: 806    Recommendations Approved

Decision required on the award for the award of a contract for temporary staffing, interims and specialist contractors

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 18/07/2022

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Decision:

Recommendations:   

 

It’s recommended that Provider A is awarded the contract for temporary agency, interim and specialist contracts for a period of 3 years + 1 to commence on 3rd September 2022.

 

HR to work with Provider A to ensure we are the customer of choice to provide a good supply of high-quality candidates.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 29/07/2022

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Decision:

The Leader:

 

AGREED that Provider A is awarded the contract for temporary agency, interim and specialist contracts for a period of 3 years + 1 to commence on 3rd September 2022.

 

HR to work with Provider A to ensure we are the customer of choice to provide a good supply of high-quality candidates.

Lead officer: Lorna Fisher


28/07/2022 - Highway Safety Inspection Policy ref: 816    Recommendations Approved

Update to the existing Highway Safety Inspection Policy

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 28/07/2022

Effective from: 04/08/2022

Decision:

The Leader:  

 

AGREED that the Highway Safety Inspection Policy, updated to support Buckinghamshire Council’s aims in its Corporate Plan (2020-2023), is approved

 

 

Please note that the report and policy have been updated with visible amendments, to clarify that response times are in working days.

Lead officer: Keith Carpenter


26/07/2022 - High Wycombe Transport Strategy and High Wycombe Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) Consultation ref: 814    Recommendations Approved

Request for agreement to conduct public consultation on the draft High Wycombe Transport Strategy and High Wycombe Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) once engagement has been undertaken with local members.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 26/07/2022

Effective from: 30/07/2022

Decision:

The Leader:

 

NOTED the work undertaken to develop the High Wycombe 2050 Transport Strategy and High Wycombe Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP).

 

AGREED that the draft High Wycombe 2050 Transport Strategy and High Wycombe LCWIP can progress to public consultation for a period of six weeks. 

Wards affected: Abbey; Booker, Cressex & Castlefield; Chiltern Villages; Downley; Flackwell Heath, Little Marlow & Marlow South East; Hazlemere; Penn Wood & Old Amersham; Ridgeway East; Ridgeway West; Ryemead & Micklefield; Terriers & Amersham Hill; The Wooburns, Bourne End & Hedsor; Totteridge & Bowerdean; Tylers Green & Loudwater; West Wycombe;

Lead officer: Hannah Joyce


26/07/2022 - Hackney Carriage Tariffs (Decision to be taken) ref: 807    Recommendations Approved

To agree the maximum hackney carriage tariffs that can be charged to passengers across the Council area

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 18/07/2022

Effective from: 26/07/2022

Decision:

Recommendations:   

 

To consider the proposed amended hackney carriage fares set out at Appendix 2 and, if appropriate, to approve them for statutory consultation purposes

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 26/07/2022

Effective from: 26/07/2022

Decision:

The Leader:

 

considered the proposed amended hackney carriage fares set out at Appendix 2 and, APPROVED them for statutory consultation purposes

Lead officer: Lindsey Vallis