Decision details

Crosby Road

Decision status: Recommendations approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No


The Cabinet Committee considered a report of the Executive Director (Neighbourhoods and Environment) that provided background information of the draft traffic regulation order for part-time waiting restrictions in Crosby Road. The matter had been referred back by the Place Scrutiny Committee at its meeting on 4th October 2021 (Minutes 364 and 477 of Council refer) for reconsideration by the Traffic Regulations Working Party and Cabinet Committee.


In response to a request for the costs incurred in respect of the Crosby Road scheme, the Head of Traffic & Highways undertook to email the details to the Ward Councillors and the Traffic Regulations Working Party.


Having considered the views of the Traffic Regulations Working Party, it was:




1. That the current proposed draft traffic regulation order for the introduction of part-time waiting restrictions in Crosby Road not be progressed.


2. That the Head of Traffic & Highways be authorised to undertake the necessary surveys and research of the issues occurring in Crosby Road, including during the summer months, the timing of which surveys to be agreed in consultation with the relevant Ward Councillors, and prepare any necessary and appropriate proposals/scheme designed to combat/address them and carry out community consultation to establish the level of support, subject to appropriate funding being made available for the scheme.


Reasons for Decision

As set out in the submitted report


Other Options

As set out in the submitted report


Note: This is an Executive function

Not eligible for call-in as the matter has already been subject to the call-in procedure

Cabinet Member: Councillor Woodley

Publication date: 14/01/2022

Date of decision: 04/01/2022

Decided at meeting: 04/01/2022 - Cabinet Committee

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