Agenda and minutes

Highways Advisory Committee
Tuesday, 15th January, 2019 7.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber - Town Hall. View directions

Contact: Taiwo Adeoye 01708 433079  Email: taiwo.adeoye@onesource.co.uk

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28.

DISCLOSURE OF INTERESTS

Members are invited to disclose any interest in any of the items on the agenda at this point of the meeting. 

 

Members may still disclose any interest in an item at any time prior to the consideration of the matter.

 

Minutes:

No interest was disclosed at the meeting.

29.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 193 KB

To approve as a correct record the minutes of the meeting of the Committee held on 23 October 2018, and to authorise the Chairman to sign them.

 

Minutes:

The minutes of the meeting of the Committee held on 23 October 2018 were agreed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman.

30.

CHASE CROSS ROAD CASUALTY REDUCTION PROGRAMME - PROPOSED SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS pdf icon PDF 228 KB

Report attached

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Following a debate the Committee RESOLVED to recommend to the Cabinet Member for Environment, following consultation with the Leader, that the following safety improvements shown on the relevant drawings be implemented:

 

(a)  Chase Cross Road between Sunny Mews and Lawns Way 

   (Plan No: QR006-1)

-       Speed cushions outside property Nos. 61/65/80 Chase Cross Road

-       Speed cushions between Irons way and Felstead Road

 

(b)  Chase Cross Road by Ascension Road (Plan No.QR006-2)

-       Speed cushions east of Ascension Road

 

(c)  Chase Cross Road between Mount Pleasant Road and Avalon Road

   (Plan No: QR006-3)

-       Speed cushions south of Mount Pleasant Road

-       Speed cushions south of Avalon Road

 

(d)  Chase Cross Road between Avalon Road and Havering Road                   

(Plan No: QR006-4)

-       Humped zebra crossing outside property Nos. 245/247/249 Chase Cross Road

-       Kerb build-out with speed cushions  opposite to property Nos. 276/278/282 Chase Cross Road

 

The voting to proceed with the scheme was carried by seven votes in favour with one abstention.

 

The Committee also RESOLVED to recommend to the Cabinet Member for Environment, following consultation with the Leader, that the safety improvements shown on drawing No: QR006-1 be rejected.

 

Members also noted that the estimated cost of £0.098m would be met by Transport for London through the 2018/19 Local Implementation Plan allocation for Casualty Reduction Programme.

31.

NORTH STREET, FARINGDON AVENUE, SUTTONS LANE / SWANBOURNE DRIVE JUNCTION AND UPMINSTER ROAD SOUTH CASUALTY REDUCTION PROGRAMME - PROPOSED SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS pdf icon PDF 199 KB

Report attached

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Following a debate the Committee RESOLVED to recommend to the Cabinet Member for Environment in consultation with the Leader of the Council that the following safety improvements shown on relevant drawings be implemented:

 

(a)  North Street by The Avenue (Plan No:QR002/3)

-       Pedestrian refuge as shown

 

(b)  Faringdon Avenue by Tonbridge Road (Plan No.QR002/5)

-       Pedestrian refuge with double yellow line extension as shown

 

(c)  Upminster Road South outside Rainham Primary School             

(Plan No:QR002/1)

-       Humped pelican crossing as shown

 

Members noted that the estimated costs of £0.060m, would be met from the Transport for London’s (TfL) 2018/19 Local Implementation Plan allocations  for borough wide KSIs (A2908 - £0.040m) and Upminster Road South (A2911 - £0.020m) Casualty Reduction Programme. The funding would need to be spent by 31 March 2019, to ensure full access to the grant

 

The voting to proceed with the Suttons Lane / Swanbourne Drive Junction (Plan Pedestrian refuge scheme was carried by five votes in favour, one against and two abstentions.

32.

PROPOSED TRAFFIC AND PARKING IMPROVEMENTS IN PETERSFIELD AVENUE, HAROLD WOOD pdf icon PDF 201 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Following a debate the Committee RESOLVED to recommend to the Cabinet Member for Environment in consultation with the Leader of the Council that the following proposals be implemented:

 

a.    Petersfield Avenue, south side (to front of the shops):  Provision of 12 parking bays to operate by Pay and Display (with 30 minutes free parking), situated outside property Nos. 134 to 140, 148 to 154, 162 to 164 and 168 to 174 in Petersfield Avenue, Harold Hill as shown on drawing No. QQ021_PA_FS_GA_101 attached in appendix 1 of this report.

 

b.    Provision of 20 new free parking bays to be allocated at rear side of the shops shown in drawing No. QQ021_PA_FS_GA_101 attached in appendix 1 of this report.

 

c.    Provision of 2 new parking bays to be allocated outside Nos. 162 and 164 Petersfield Avenue as shown on drawing No. QQ021_PA_FS_GA_101 attached in appendix 1 of this report.

 

d.    Provision for a zebra crossing with pedestrian islands in the middle of the road, located outside No.144, Petersfield Avenue as shown on drawing No. QQ021_PA_FS_GA_101 attached in appendix 1 of this report.

 

e.    That it be noted that the estimated cost of £0.063m for the implementation would be met by Transport for London through the Local Implementation Plan bid allocated to the borough for 2018/19  (A2915).

 

33.

PROPOSED TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES IN BELGRAVE AVENUE, GIDEA PARK pdf icon PDF 194 KB

Report attached

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Following a debate the Committee RESOLVED to recommend to the Cabinet Member for Environment in consultation with the Leader of the Council that the speed control humps in Belgrave Avenue shown on the relevant drawings at the following locations be implemented:

 

a.    Hump No1 – located approx. 31.30m west of the property boundary of Nos. 2 & 4,

 

b.    Hump No 2 - located approx. 1.80m east of the property boundary of Nos. 10 & 12,

 

c.    Hump No 3 – located at 0.6m north east of the property boundary of Nos. 30 & 32,

 

d.    Hump No. 4 – located at 44.0m south west of the property boundary of Nos.34 & 36,

 

e.    Hump No 5 -  located 4.50m south west of the property boundary of Nos. 48 & 50,

 

f.     Hump No 6 – located at 2.50m west of the property boundary of Nos. 66 & 68,

 

g.    Hump No 7 – located at 6.20m south east of the property boundary of Nos. 108 & 110,

 

h.    Hump No 8 - located at 10.10m north east of the property boundary of Nos. 144 & 146

 

Members also noted that the estimated cost of £0.04m for implementation would be met by Transport for London through the Local Implementation Plan bid allocated to the borough for 2018/19 (A2901).

 

The voting to proceed with the scheme was carried by five votes in favour to one against and two abstentions.

 

34.

PROPOSED TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES IN WOOD LANE, ELM PARK - OUTCOME OF PUBLIC CONSULTATION pdf icon PDF 267 KB

Report attached

Additional documents:

Minutes:

With its agreement Councillors Barry Mugglestone and Stephanie Nunn addressed the Committee.

 

 

Following a debate the Committee RESOLVED to recommend to the Cabinet Member for Environment in consultation with the Leader of the Council that the following traffic calming measures shown on the relevant drawings be implemented:

 

Option 1 – Wood Lane proposed zebra crossing and speed tables as shown on drawing Nos. QR013_WL_GA_ST100 to ST103, attached in appendix 1 of this report.

 

a.    Raised zebra crossing located approx. 10.30m west of the property boundary of Nos. 42 & 44 as shown on drawing No.QR013_WL_GA_ST101,

 

b.    Speed table No. 1 - located approx. 2.1m east of the property boundary of Nos. 70 & 72 as shown on drawing No. QR013_WL_GA_ST102,

 

c.    Speed table No. 2 – located approx. 4.3m east of the property boundary of Nos. 85 & 87 as shown on drawing No. QR013_WL_GA_ST103,

 

d.    Speed table No. 3 – located at 9.3m east of the property boundary of Nos.97 & 99 as shown on drawing No. QR013_WL_GA_ST103.

 

Members also noted that the estimated cost of £0.0620m would be met by Transport for London through the Local Implementation Plan bid allocated to the borough for 2018/19 (A2918).

 

The voting to proceed with the scheme was carried by seven votes in favour to one abstention.

 

 

 

 

 

35.

HIGHWAYS SCHEMES APPLICATION - WORKS PROGRAMME pdf icon PDF 168 KB

The Committee is requested to consider the report relating to work in progress and applications - Report attached

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee considered a report showing the new highway scheme requests in order for a decision to be made on whether the scheme should progress or not before resources were expended on detailed design and consultation.

 

The Committee had considered and agreed in principle the schedule that detailed the applications received by the service.

 

The Committee’s decision was noted against the request and appended to the minutes.