Give officers delegated powers to consider objections to public consultations for small traffic schemes when the responses to the consultation is limited in number and non-controversial.
How the decision relates to BS4K and Corporate Objectives:
As part of Driving economic prosperity in BS4K it refers to delivering the priorities set out in our integrated transport strategy Growth Without Gridlock (GWG). Within GWG road safety is stated as a constant priority for central and local government.
Impact/costs and risks of proposed decision:
Allowing officers delegated powers to consider minor objections to traffic schemes will speed up the process of implementing schemes, reduce staff time spent on projects and allow a quicker response to road safety issues.
Decision type: Key
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Decision due: October 2012 by Cabinet Member for Environment, Highways and Waste
Department: Growth, Environment & Transport
Contact: Andy Corcoran, Traffic Schemes & Member Highway Fund Manager Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aims and level(s) of consultation (KCC consultation levels attached)
Gather Information from key stakeholders on proposed policy
Key consultee groups
Start and finish dates of consultation.
Equalities Impact Assessment included in the consultation documentation. Please state where this can be found.
Date of publication of consultation outcomes and updated Equalities Impact Assessment
Informing Only (Who and when)
Has the matter already been discussed by a Cabinet Committee? If not when will be it discussed by the Cabinet Committee and the date of the meeting
20 September 2012
Is the matter referred to in your Business Plan or Medium Term Capital Programme?
Key priority of improving road safety is within Business Plan and proposed policy will assist with this priority and increase officer output.
Which Members and electoral Divisions are affected by this proposed decision? Is it All Members?
Financial implications: Andy Corcoran, Traffic Schemes & Member Highway Fund Manager
Legal implications: 12/01927
Equalities implications: N/a