Decisions for issue Traffic Management Orders on Housing Estate Land | Westminster City Council
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Decisions for issue Traffic Management Orders on Housing Estate Land

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Traffic Management Orders on Housing Estate Land

19/03/2019 - Traffic Management Orders on Housing Estate Land

1.            That the Cabinet Member for Housing Services and the Cabinet Member for Environment and City Management (“the Cabinet Members”) jointly agreed to proceed to statutory consultation on the proposed implementation of Traffic Management Orders to control parking on Council owned housing estate land.   

 

2.         That, subject to the consideration of any representations received during the statutory consultation, the Cabinet Members jointly agreed to proceed to implement Traffic Management Orders on Council owned estate land, and that the parking enforcement regime operates in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding to be signed by the Executive Directors for Growth, Planning and Housing and City Management and Communities (See draft at Appendix B).

 

2.3       That, subject to statutory consultation, the Cabinet Member for Environment and City Management agreed to set the charges for the Parking Permits that will apply on Council owned housing estate land, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Housing. 

 

2.4       That the Cabinet Member for Finance, Property and Regeneration approved the use of the Central Contingency within the Housing Revenue Account and general fund capital budgets at an estimated value of £2m for the capital work (signage and road markings) necessary for the delivery of this project. 

 

Reasons for Decision 

To ensure that unauthorised parking can be effectively controlled on housing estate land so that;

 

·                    Vehicles are prevented from obstructing access for emergency services or service vehicles, and those that do are dealt with swiftly and effectively;

 

·                    Those residents, visitors and tradespersons who are legitimately permitted to park on estate land are not deprived of places to park by unauthorised vehicles.