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Gloucestershire's Draft Local Transport Plan Consultation

Meeting: 11/11/2015 - Cabinet (Item 6)

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To seek approval to commence public consultation on the Gloucestershire Draft Local Transport Plan 2015-2031.

 

Due to the size of the document pack for this item, hard copies of the pack will be available on a request basis only. In addition to reference copies at the meeting itself, the full document can be viewed on the council website at the following link:- 

 

http://glostext.gloucestershire.gov.uk/documents/b11254/Gloucestershires%20Draft%20Local%20Transport%20Plan%20Consultation%20Wednesday%2011-Nov-2015%2010.00%20Cabinet.pdf?T=9

Additional documents:

Decision:

Cllr Will Windsor Clive, Cabinet  Member for Fire, Planning and Infrastructure, sought approval to commence public consultation on the Gloucestershire Draft Local Transport Plan 2015-2013.

 

Having considered all of the information, including known proposals and reasons for the recommendations, Cabinet

 

RESOLVED to: - 

 

Approve the Draft Local Transport Plan for an eleven week public consultation, using the material in Appendix A of the published report, between 20 November 2015 and 5 February 2016.

Minutes:

Cllr Will Windsor Clive, Cabinet  Member for Fire, Planning and Infrastructure, sought to commence public consultation on the Gloucestershire Draft Local Transport Plan 2015-2013.

 

Cllr Windsor Clive explained that the current plan had been adopted in 2011, based on the council’s commitment to undertake a series of formal reviews in future years. The documents at Appendix A of the report represent the final stage of the first formal review, for which it was proposed public consultation commence on 20 November 2015 and end on 5 February 2016.

 

A range of updated transport policies and delivery priorities to be consulted on, setting out the basis for the council’s long term approach to managing existing and increased transport demand in relation to projected housing development and accelerated economic growth for the period up to 2031. Members were advised that a number of historic schemes had been removed from the plan as they were no longer relevant. The revised document to assist with future funding bids.

 

Cabinet to consider the consultation report at its meeting in April 2016, followed by adoption of the Local Transport Plan by Full Council in June 2016.

 

Having considered all of the information, including known proposals and reasons for the recommendations, Cabinet

 

RESOLVED to: - 

 

Approve the Draft Local Transport Plan for an eleven week public consultation, using the material in Appendix A of the published report, between 20 November 2015 and 5 February 2016.