, 30 December 2018 - 13 January 2019

Decisions

Decisions published

07/01/2019 - Proposed waiting restrictions - Marine Drive, Southport ref: 10701    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval for the introduction of waiting restrictions at the vehicular entrances to the new Lifeboat station on Marine Drive, Southport.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Locality Services

Decision published: 07/01/2019

Effective from: 15/01/2019

Decision:

Decision: That

 

(1)  the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will introduce a ‘No waiting at any time’ Traffic Regulation Order on both sides of the vehicular entrance to the Lifeboat station between the roundabout on Marine Drive and the roundabout at Esplanade;

 

(2)  t the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will introduce a ‘No waiting at any time’ Traffic Regulation Order on both sides of the vehicular entrance to the Lifeboat egress at the Lifeboat station on the roundabout at Marine Drive;

 

(3)  the necessary legal procedures, including those of public consultation and advertising the Council’s intention to implement the Order, be approved;

 

(4)  in the event that no objections are received during the consultation process referred to in (3) above, the Head of Regulation & Compliance be authorised to make the Order  and the Highway Management Manager be authorised to implement the Order; and

 

(5)  in the event that objections are received during the consultation process, the matter be referred to the Licensing & Regulatory Committee for consideration in accordance with the Council’s Constitution.

 

Reason for the Decision:

 

The Council has the power to revoke a Traffic Regulation Order (Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984) as well as the power to make a new Traffic Regulation Order (Section 1 of that Act). Authorisation to advertise new Traffic Regulation Orders falls under the remit of Cabinet Member Locality Services.

 

Alternative Options Considered and Rejected:

 

None.

Wards affected: Dukes;

Lead officer: Colin Taylor


07/01/2019 - Section 228 Highways Act 1980 -Ford View, Litherland ref: 10699    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval for the Chief Legal and Democratic Officer in conjunction with the Head of Locality Services Commissioned to legally adopt an area of highway, as detailed within the report pursuant to section 228 of the Highways Act 1980.

 

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Locality Services

Decision published: 07/01/2019

Effective from: 15/01/2019

Decision:

Decision:

 

That the Head of Locality Services Commissioned in conjunction with the Chief Legal and Democratic Officer be authorised to adopt areas of highway pursuant to section 228 of the Highways Act 1980, as detailed within the report and shown upon the attached plans, subject to the applicant bearing all costs associated with the application: -

 

Area of Land, Ford View, Litherland – Plan Number DC1916

 

Reason for the Decision:

 

Cabinet Member authorisation is required in order to allow the Local Authority to legally maintain and adopt areas of highway which does not form part of the adopted highway network at the present time, under legislation contained within Section 228 Highways Act 1980.

 

Alternative Options Considered and Rejected:

 

None.

Wards affected: Ford;

Lead officer: Mark Hunter


07/01/2019 - Consolidation of Traffic Regulation Orders ref: 10700    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval for the progression of simplified Traffic Regulation Orders at various locations within the Borough.

 

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Locality Services

Decision published: 07/01/2019

Effective from: 15/01/2019

Decision:

Decision: That

 

(1)  the Traffic Regulation Orders be approved as detailed within this report;

 

(2)  the necessary legal procedures, including those of public consultation and advertising the Council’s intention to implement the Order, be approved;

         

(3)  in the event that no objections are received during the consultation process referred to in (2) above, the Head of Regulation & Compliance be authorised to make the Order and the Highway Management Manager be authorised to implement the Order; and

 

(4)  in the event that objections are received during the consultation process, the matter be referred to Licensing and Regulatory Committee for consideration in accordance

 

Reason for the Decision:

 

The Council has the power to revoke a Traffic Regulation Order (Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984) as well as the power to make a new Traffic Regulation Order (Section 1 of that Act). Authorisation to advertise new Traffic Regulation Orders falls under the remit of Cabinet Member Locality Services.

 

Alternative Options Considered and Rejected:

 

None.

 

Wards affected: Birkdale; Church; Derby; Dukes; Linacre; Litherland; Manor; Meols; Victoria;

Lead officer: Colin Taylor


07/01/2019 - Proposed prohibition of right-turn on The Crescent, Thornton ref: 10698    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval for the provision of a right-turn ban on The Crescent, Thornton.

 

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Locality Services

Decision published: 07/01/2019

Effective from: 15/01/2019

Decision:

Decision: That

 

(1)  the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will prohibit all traffic from turning right from The Crescent onto Moor Lane, Thornton;

 

(2)  the necessary legal procedures, including those of public consultation and advertising the Council’s intention to implement the Order, be approved;

 

(3)  in the event that no objections are received during the consultation process referred to in (2) above, the Chief Legal & Democratic Officer be authorised to make the Order  and the Highway Management Manager be authorised to implement the Order; and

 

(4)  in the event that objections are received during the consultation process, the matter be referred to the Licensing & Regulatory Committee for consideration in accordance with the Council’s Constitution.

 

Reason for the Decision:

 

The Council has the power to revoke a Traffic Regulation Order (Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984) as well as the power to make a new Traffic Regulation Order (Section 1 of that Act). Authorisation to advertise new Traffic Regulation Orders falls under the remit of Cabinet Member Locality Services.

 

Alternative Options Considered and Rejected:

 

None.

Wards affected: Manor;

Lead officer: Steve Johnston


07/01/2019 - Proposed Disabled Parking Places - Brookfield Avenue, Woodville Avenue, Crosby & Tattersall Road, Litherland. ref: 10697    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval for the introduction or removal of Disabled Parking Places at various locations in the Borough.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Locality Services

Decision published: 07/01/2019

Effective from: 15/01/2019

Decision:

Decision: That

 

(1)           the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will introduce a disabled person’s parking place on the south-east side of Brookfield Avenue, Crosby, centrally located outside  22 Brookfield Avenue;

 

(2)           the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will introduce a disabled person’s parking place on the north-west side of Woodville Avenue, Crosby, from a point 8 metres north-east of the north-east kerbline of College Road to a point 14.6 metres north-east of the north-east kerbline of College Road;

 

(3)           the implementation of a Traffic Regulation Order be approved, the effect of which will be to remove a disabled person’s parking place outside 43 Tattersall Road, Litherland;

 

(4)           the necessary legal procedures, including those of public consultation and advertising the Council’s intention to implement the Order, be approved;

 

(5)           in the event that no objections are received during the consultation process referred to in (4) above, the Head of Regulation & Compliance be authorised to make the Order and the Highway Management Manager be authorised to implement the Order; and in the event that objections are received during the consultation process, the matter be referred to Licensing & Regulatory Committee for consideration in accordance with the Council’s Constitution.

 

Reason for the Decision:

 

The Council has the power to revoke a Traffic Regulation Order (Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984) as well as the power to make a new Traffic Regulation Order (Section 1 of that Act). Authorisation to advertise new Traffic Regulation Orders falls under the remit of Cabinet Member Locality Services.

 

Alternative Options Considered and Rejected:

 

None.

 

 

Wards affected: Litherland; Victoria;

Lead officer: Steve Johnston