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

16/09/2020 - Mary Macmanus Drive, Buckingham, Proposed Parking Restrictions (Decision to be taken) ref: 310    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Mary Macmanus Drive, Buckingham, Proposed Parking Restrictions

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 08/09/2020

Effective from: 16/09/2020

Decision:

It is recommended that:

The Leader authorises the Service Director (Highway and Technical Services) to make the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) as set out in this report.

That responders to the Statutory Consultation be informed of the decision.

 

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 16/09/2020

Effective from: 16/09/2020

Decision:

The Leader:

 

·       AUTHORISED the Service Director (Highway and Technical Services) to make the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) as set out in this report.

·       AGREED that responders to the Statutory Consultation be informed of the decision.

Wards affected: Buckingham East;

Lead officer: Ian Thomas


15/09/2020 - Experimental TRO to fcilitate participation in e-scooter trials (Decision to be taken) ref: 307    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

An experimental TRO is required to enable Buckinghamshire to participate in e-scooter trials enabled by the Department of Transport

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 07/09/2020

Effective from: 15/09/2020

Decision:

Recommendations: Approval to advertise an Experimental Traffic Regulation Order to enable participation in an e-scooter trial in Buckinghamshire.

 

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 15/09/2020

Effective from: 15/09/2020

Decision:

The Leader APPROVED advertising of an Experimental Traffic Regulation Order to enable participation in an e-scooter trial in Buckinghamshire.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Jo Morphet


21/09/2020 - Amersham Parking Review 2020 (Decision to be taken) ref: 312    For representation

The statutory consultation for the Amersham Parking Review 2020 is now complete and the local members and relevant parish councils have confirmed that they would like to proceed to implement the new parking controls.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 11/09/2020

Effective from:

Decision:

Recommendations:   

a.      The Leader approves the making of the Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) for the scheme outlined in this report. 

b.      That responders to the Statutory Consultation be informed of the Decision

c.       The TRO be made as advertised as made at set out in the statutory consultation subject to following amendments:

-          Bois Lane (Map tile X39): Remove the no waiting at time element outside of property No. 60 to opposite No.57a on both sides of the road but proceed with the other proposals as advertised.

-          Briery Way (Map tiles: Y42, Y43): Remove the no waiting at any time element on Briery Way except at the junction with Mitchell Walk and the junction with Green Lane. Remove the no waiting Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm in the access road, but proceed with the other elements as advertised.

-          Elm Road (Map tiles: L60, L61, L62): Remove the no waiting at any time element on both sides of the road past the access of French Meadows but proceed with the other proposals as advertised.

-          Quarrendon Road (Map tiles: X47, Y46, Y47): Reduce the no waiting at any time at the bend between property No.48 and 56 on both sides of the road so it ends at the property of No.54 but proceed with the other proposals as advertised.

Wards affected: Amersham & Chesham Bois; Little Chalfont & Amersham Common; Penn Wood & Old Amersham;

Lead officer: Tara Rutland


11/09/2020 - Proposed Traffic Calming Scheme, Flat Top Road Hump – Rutland Street, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire (Decision to be taken) ref: 306    Recommendations Approved

Buckinghamshire Council, in exercise of its powers under Section 90 of the Highways Act 1980 and all other enabling powers that Buckinghamshire Council in conjunction with Inland Homes Developments No2 Ltd are undertaking a statutory consultation for the introduction of a Flat Top Road Hump along Rutland Street, High Wycombe in compliance with planning permission 16/08306/FUL.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 03/09/2020

Effective from: 11/09/2020

Decision:

Recommendations: It is recommended that the Leader approves the proposed traffic calming scheme for Rutland Street, High Wycombe to be established.

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 11/09/2020

Effective from: 11/09/2020

Decision:

The Leader APPROVED the proposed traffic calming scheme for Rutland Street, High Wycombe to be established.

Wards affected: Abbey;

Lead officer: Darryl Bonsor


08/09/2020 - Safer Buckinghamshire Plan 2020-23 ref: 309    Recommendations Approved

To ratify the Safer Buckinghamshire Plan 2020-23

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 08/09/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 08/09/2020

Effective from: 16/09/2020

Decision:

Buckinghamshire Council is a statutory member of the Safer Buckinghamshire Board which is the statutory Community Safety Partnership for Buckinghamshire. A key responsibility of the Safer Buckinghamshire Board is to maintain the Community Safety Plan for Buckinghamshire, based upon the strategic assessment of crime and community safety in the county, public engagement and other insight into crime and the causes of crime in Buckinghamshire.

 

The Safer Buckinghamshire Plan 2020-2023 was approved by the Safer Buckinghamshire Board on 21st July 2020. The Plan is in Appendix 1.

 

RESOLVED:  Cabinet ENDORSED the Safer Buckinghamshire Plan (Community Safety Plan) 2020-2023

 

Lead officer: Rebecca Carley