A report to the Environment and Transport Committee in September 2015 gave an initial overview and the concept design of the Sturry Link Road that led to a number of approvals to allow the scheme to progress. It is now an appropriate time to provide an update on progress and to seek approval to the outline design, shown on Drawing No. 430392/000/49 Rev 0.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Expenditure or savings of more than £1m;
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Division affected: Canterbury City North; Canterbury City South; Canterbury North; Canterbury South; Herne Village & Sturry;
Notice of proposed decision first published: 15/06/2017
Decision due: Not before 12th Jul 2017 by Cabinet Member for Planning, Highways, Transport and Waste
Reason: In order that the proposed decision can be published for a minimum of 28 days, in accordance with statutory requirements
Lead member: Cabinet Member for Planning, Highways, Transport and Waste
Lead director: Roger Wilkin
Department: Growth, Environment & Transport
Contact: Richard Shelton, Project Manager - Major Projects Tel: 03000 419550 Email: Richard.Shelton@kent.gov.uk Tel: +443000419550.
A report to Environment and Transport Cabinet Committee in September 2015 gave an initial overview and the concept design of the Sturry Link Road that led to a number of approvals to allow the scheme to progress.
This was discussed at Environment and Transport Cabinet Committee on 15 June 2017 and endorsed.
Formal public consultation is due to start in July but some initial discussion has already been held with the land owners.
Financial implications: The overall estimated scheme cost is £29.6m. The allocation from the Single Local Growth Fund is £5.9m. The remaining £23.7m is to be provided via developer contributions under S278 agreements.
Legal implications: KCC Legal Services are providing support.
Equalities implications: An initial Equalities Impact Assessment has been prepared and approved and this will be reviewed as the scheme development and design is progressed.