Decisions

Decisions published

14/02/2020 - Hillview Road Area, Irby - Proposed Traffic Calming and 20MPH Speed Limit ref: 4636    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

The report of the Interim Director of Highways and Streetscene, considers objections to the proposed introduction of traffic calming and a 20mph speed limit in the Hillview Road area, Irby and seeks approval for the introduction of this scheme.  

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Community Services

Decision published: 14/02/2020

Effective from: 22/02/2020

Decision:

Resolved – That:

 

(1)  the objections received and the officers’ responses, be noted.

 

(2)  the proposed Traffic Calming with 20mph speed limit for the Hillview Road area, as shown on the drawing no. DC/0562/100, be approved for implementation.

Wards affected: Greasby, Frankby and Irby;


13/02/2020 - Pollinators Action Plan and Grass Verge Pollinators Maintenance ref: 4635    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

The report of the Director of Delivery Services seeks approval for a Pollinators Action Plan for Wirral. The Action Plan formalises the Council’s commitment and interest in following best practice in Wirral’s Parks, Countryside and Highways to benefit pollinators.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Environment and Climate Change

Decision published: 13/02/2020

Effective from: 21/02/2020

Decision:

Resolved – That the adoption of the Pollinators Action Plan for Wirral, be approved.


07/02/2020 - Green Travel Corridors Sustainable Urban Development (SUD: Leasowe to Seacombe Ferry) ref: 4634    Recommendations Approved

The report of the Director of Regeneration and Place seeks approval to enter into a grant funding agreement, to accept a £1.22m funding package from the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRCA) and to undertake appropriate land acquisition, consultation, procurement and appointment of a contractor to deliver a 3.7km strategic cycle route from Leasowe to Seacombe Ferry as part of Phase 1 of the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) – the Sustainable Urban Development (SUD) Green Travel Corridors.

Decision Maker: Leader of the Council

Decision published: 07/02/2020

Effective from: 15/02/2020

Decision:

Resolved – That:

 

(1)  the Director of Governance and Assurance be authorised to enter into a grant funding agreement to accept a £1.22m funding package from the Combined Authority to deliver a 3.7km strategic cycle route from Leasowe to Seacombe Ferry as part of Phase 1 of the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) – the Sustainable Urban Development (SUD) Green Travel Corridors;

 

(2)  the Director of Governance and Assurance be authorised to expand the boundary of the adopted highway to include land owned by private land holders (Wirral Waters Land No 1 Ltd, Peel Land Intermediate Ltd, Peel Land and Property Group Management Ltd and the Mersey Docks and Harbour Company Ltd – “the PEEL companies”) increasing the area covered under the Council’s maintenance obligations;

 

(3)  the Director of Governance and Assurance be authorised to continue negotiation and, subject to the project budget, agree acquisition of / rights over land currently owned by ER Squibb & Sons Ltd and Network Rail by the most appropriate means. Furthermore, that the Director of Governance and Assurance be authorised to advise on, negotiate and agree any further rights over land for any anomalies hitherto unknown;

 

(4)  the Director of Governance and Assurance be authorised to draw up and complete any legal agreements deemed necessary to ensure the Council has sufficient legal interest in land for the purpose of the scheme;

 

(5)  the Director of Delivery be authorised to undertake the appropriate consultation process.