Agenda and minutes

Stepping Hill Area Committee
Tuesday, 6th March, 2018 6.00 pm

Venue: Committee Room 2, Town Hall. View directions

Contact: Jonathan Vali  (0161 474 3201)

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1.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 93 KB

To approve as a correct record and sign the Minutes of the meeting held on 30 January 2018.

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Minutes:

The Minutes (copies of which had been circulated) of the meeting held on 30 January 2018 were approved as a correct record and signed by the Chair subject to the amendment under Minute 6 (ii) of the vote on the first motion to read:-

 

“MOVED AND SECONDED – That the Planning & Highways Regulation Committee undertake a site visit.

 

In favour of the motion three, against four.

 

MOTION NOT CARRIED”

2.

Declarations of Interest

Councillors and officers to declare any interests which they have in any of the items on the agenda for the meeting.

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Minutes:

Councillors and officers were invited to declare any of the interests they had in any of the items on the agenda for the meeting.

 

The following interests were declared:-

 

Personal Interests

 

Councillor

Interest

 

 

Paul Hadfield

Agenda item 4 (vii) ‘Area Flexibility Fund – National Playday event in Torkington Park (Action for Sick Children)’ as his employer worked in partnership with Adactus Housing who were sponsors of the event.

 

 

Oliver Johnstone

Agenda item 4 (vii) ‘Area Flexibility Fund – National Playday event in Torkington Park (Action for Sick Children)’ as a member of the Friends of Torkington Park.

 

3.

Urgent Decisions

To report any urgent action taken under the Constitution since the last meeting of the Committee.

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Minutes:

No urgent decisions were reported.

4.

Community Engagement

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4.(i)

Chair's Announcements

To receive any announcements from the Chair about local community events or issues.

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Minutes:

No announcements were made.

4.(ii)

Public Question Time

Members of the public are invited to put questions to the Chair of the Area Committee on any matters within the powers and duties of the Area Committee, subject to the exclusions set out in the Code of Practice (Questions must be submitted prior to the commencement of the meeting on the cards provided. These are available the meeting.  You can also submit via the Council’s website at www.stockport.gov.uk/publicquestions.

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Minutes:

Members of the public were invited to submit questions to the Area Committee on any matters within its powers and duties.

 

Two questions were submitted.

 

(1)  The first question asked the Area Committee to support a request from Dial Park Allotment holders to install a ‘T junction’ pipe and grid to allotment site boundary to enable removal by pump of excess flood waters, to be carried out as part of works currently being carried out on site.

 

In response, Councillors expressed support for the proposal and indicated that in the event of resources being needed encouraged the allotment holders to consider an application to the Area Committee for funds.

 

(2)  The second question expressed concerns about speeding vehicles on Hempshaw Lane and The Fairway, Offerton and ask if the mobile speed indicators signs could be deployed in these locations.

 

In response, a representative of the Democratic Services Manager reported that a location on Hempshaw Lane had already been included on the programme for deployment of the Area Committee’s Speed Indicator Sign.

 

RESOLVED – That the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration be requested to:-

 

·         ensure that a ‘T junction’ pipe be installed at Dial Park Allotments as part of current drainage works in the area; and

sites on Hempshaw Lane and The Fairway be included in the programme of deployment for the Area Committee’s Speed Indicator Sign.

4.(iii)

Public Realm

The local Public Realm Inspector will attend the meeting to provide an update on matters raised at the last committee meetings. Councillors and Members of the public are invited to raise issues affecting local environmental quality.

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Minutes:

Carolyn Turner, Public Realm Inspector, attended the meeting to answer questions from councillors and members of the public in relation to highway and environmental quality issues within the area represented by the Stepping Hill Area Committee.

 

The following additional update was provided:-

 

·           Highway inspections were ongoing. Resurfacing was taking place on London Road.

·           The Great British Spring Clean events were postponed on the weekend of 2/4 March 2017 due to the inclement weather.

·           The Community Payback crew had cleared litter from Cow Lane. They had also been tasked with clearing the verge on Sanderling Road.

·           The Gully Cleansing team had cleared the main Offerton and Hazel Grove routes. Stepping Hill ward would be completed in the coming months. Ad-hoc cleansing had been done as appropriate at individual sites, including Woodsmoor Lane.

·           As part of a campaign to tackle dog fouling “We are watching you” signs had been moved to new location on Douglas Road, Eden Road, Sundial Road and Peregrine Road.

·           Because of the snow and cold weather, street cleansing had been scaled back to focus on gritting. There was a programme of litter bin replacement on the A6 through Hazel Grove. 11 receptacles had been identified as damaged and would be replaced.

·           Carriageway resurfacing was taking place on London Road between the Civic Hall and Chester Road (night working); planned works on Chester Road between Jackson’s Lane and the Cheshire Boundary and following that at the junction with Jacksons Lane and Dean Lane, which would require road closures and diversions overnight; Southwood Road during the Easter Holidays, including gulley cleansing; resurfacing of Bean Leach resurfacing between pinch point and play park was planned although no date had yet been set; footway resurfacing had been completed on Beech Avenue although follow-up works were required.

·           A report of waste accumulation on a roof of a public house in Hazel Grove had been received and resolved.

·           A Formal Notice had been served on a business in Hazel Street, Hazel Grove for inappropriate disposal of their waste.

·           The resurfacing of the grass verge on Dial Park Road had been completed.

 

The following additional issues were raised:-

 

·           The was fly tipping near the shops on Fulmar Road behind the dentist.

·           Potholes had developed on Fulmar Road near junction of Poisebrook Drive; Marple Road near Holiday Lane; Kelbrook Court, Lisburne Lane near fire station; Shearwater Road approaching the junction with Marple Road; Bean Leach Road near the junction with Marple Road.

·           Problem hedges on the corner of Sanderling Road opposite Brambling Close.

·           An update was sought on the request to jet the land drain on Knypersley Avenue.

·           A request was made that the site of the demolished garages on Stansbury Place be kept as parking area.

·           Swanage Avenue was to be resurface as part of the redevelopment of the Dialstone Centre but this had not yet happened.

·           There were two non-functioning street lamps on Marple Road (plc71 & plc72)

·           An update was sought on the works agreed to covert verges to laybys on Lisburn Lane.

·           The surface of Crosswaite Road surface was deteriorating significantly.

·           Reports received of standing water on Bean Leach Road, possibly caused by the snow melting.

·           A request was made for a grit bin at the end of Bean Leach Road near the junction with Marple Road.

·           Clarification on the timing for the resurfacing of Chester Rd from Station Road to Grundey Street as there were urgent repair needs to make this section safe.

·           Potholes had developed on Alma Road and Garthland Road.

·           There was a damaged traffic signal on the A6 on north bound approach to the junction with Mill Street.

·           The ‘no entry’ sign on Chapel Street was missing.

·           Clarification was sought on when the barriers outside The Grapes Public House on the A6 be replaced.

·           There were concerns about the condition of the footways on the A6 outside the memorial gardens, especially around flagged area.

·           The street light outside no.  ...  view the full minutes text for item 4.(iii)

4.(iv)

Petitions

To receive petitions from members of the public and community groups.

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Minutes:

No petitions were submitted.

4.(v)

Open Forum

In accordance with the Code of Practice no organisation has indicated that they wished to address the Area Committee as part of the Open Forum arrangements.

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Minutes:

No petitions were submitted.

4.(vi)

Area Flexibility Funding

To consider any applications for Area Flexibility Funding or to receive feedback from organisations who have received funding.

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4.(vii)

Area Flexibility Fund - National Playday event in Torkington Park (Action for Sick Children) pdf icon PDF 1 MB

To consider an application submitted by Action for Sick Children seeking funding to support the costs of the national Playday event in Torkington Park on Wednesday, 1 August 2018.

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Minutes:

Lucy Sawdon-Molloy and Val Jackson, from Action for Sick Children, attended the meeting to present their application for Flexibility Funding (copies of which had been circulated) seeking support toward the cost of holding an event in Torkington Park on 1 August 2018 as part of the National Playday scheme.

 

RESOLVED – That an award of £1000 be made from the Area Flexibility Fund to Action for Sick Children as a contribution toward the cost of a National Playday event in Torkington Park on 1 August 2018.

5.

Development Applications

There are no development applications to consider.

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Minutes:

There were no development applications to consider.

6.

Planning Appeals, Enforcement Appeals and Enforcement Notices pdf icon PDF 59 KB

To consider a report of the Deputy Chief Executive.

 

The report summarises recent appeal decisions; lists current planning appeals and dates for local enquiries; informal hearings for planning appeals, and enforcement action within the Stepping Hill Area Committee area.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to note the report.

 

Officer contact: Paul Cassidy, 0161 474 5388, paul.cassidy@stockport.gov.uk

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Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted a report of the Deputy Chief Executive (copies of which had been circulated) listing any outstanding or recently determined planning appeals and enforcements within the area represented by the Stepping Hill Area Committee.

 

RESOLVED – That the report be noted.

7.

The Metropolitan Borough Council of Stockport (Warren Wood Primary School, Offerton) (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting) (School Clearway) and (Revocation) Order 2017 pdf icon PDF 112 KB

To consider a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration.

 

The report sets out a number of formal objections received following the advertising of Traffic Regulation Orders associated with the expansion of Warren Wood Primary School on Turnstone Road, Offerton. The report also includes the response of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration to the issues and concerns raised in the objections.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to make the Orders as advertised, subject to amending to reduce the limited waiting times on Turnstone Road to Monday to Friday 8:45am to 9:15am and 3pm to 3:30pm, and to agree to a series of additional Orders as a consequence (as set out in the report).

 

Officer contact: Mark James, 0161 474 2077, mark.james@stockport.gov.uk

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Minutes:

A representative of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) inviting the Area Committee to consider objections received to various proposed measures, including waiting restrictions, associated with the recent expansion of Warren Wood Primary School. A response of the Corporate Director to the issues raised in the objections was also set out in the report, and proposed modifications to the measures were proposed as a result.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That in light of objections received, the Metropolitan Borough Council of Stockport (Warren Wood Primary School, Offerton) (Prohibition and Restriction of Waiting) (School Clearway) and (Revocation) Order 2017 be made as advertised, subject to the following amendments:-

 

 

(a) Revocations – See Plan 4 (Diag No. 4145_SK06)

 

(i)         Revoke No Stopping Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm On School Entrance Markings

Turnstone Road, Offerton, east side from a point 56 metres north of the northerly kerb line of Hornsea Road for a distance of 41 metres in a northerly direction.

 

(ii)        Revoke No Waiting Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm

Turnstone Road, Offerton, east side from a point 24 metres north of the northerly kerb line of Hornsea Road for a distance of 32 metres in a northerly direction.

 

(b) Waiting Restrictions – See Plan 5 (4145_SK05) & Plan 3 (Diag No. 4145_SK03)

 

(i)         Proposed No Stopping Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm On School    Entrance Markings

 

Turnstone Road, Offerton, east side, from a point 28 metres north of the northerly kerb line of Hornsea Road for a distance of 70 metres in a northerly direction. 

 

(ii)       Proposed No Waiting Monday to Friday 8.45am to 9.15am and 3pm to 3.30pm

 

Turnstone Road, Offerton, south side, from a point 40.5 metres west of the westerly kerb line of Shearwater Road for a distance of 143.5 metres in a westerly, then south westerly, then southerly direction.

 

Turnstone Road, Offerton, west side, from a point 10 metres south of the southerly kerb line of Wenlock Close for a distance of 151 metres in a southerly direction.

 

(iii)       Proposed No Waiting At Any Time

Turnstone Road, Offerton, east side, from a point 28 metres north of the northerly kerb line of Hornsea Road for a distance of 46 metres in a southerly direction.

 

Hornsea Road, Offerton, both sides, from the easterly kerb line of Turnstone Road for a distance of 10 metres in an easterly direction.

 

Turnstone Road, Offerton, west side, from a point 10 metres north of the northerly kerb line of Brendall Close, for a distance of 28 metres in a southerly direction.

 

Brendall Close, Offerton, both sides, from the westerly kerb line of Turnstone Road for a distance of 10 metres in a westerly direction.

 

Turnstone Road, Offerton, west side, from a point 10 metres north of the northerly kerb line of Poise Brook Road for a distance of 27 metres in a southerly direction.

 

Poise Brook Road, Offerton, both sides, from the westerly kerb line of Turnstone Road for a distance of 10 metres in a westerly direction.

 

Shearwater Road, Offerton, north side, from a point 14 metres west of the westerly kerb line of Turnstone Road for a distance of 11 metres in a westerly direction.

 

Shearwater Road, Offerton, south side, from the easterly kerb line of Kingfisher Road for a distance of 46 metres in an easterly direction.

 

Kingfisher Road, Offerton, east side, from the southerly kerb line of Shearwater Road for a distance of 7 metres in a southerly direction.

 

(2) That the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration be requested to investigate the possible extension of waiting restrictions at the junction of Shearwater Road and Turnstone Road.

8.

Road Safety around Schools Update pdf icon PDF 119 KB

To consider a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration.

 

The Council’s overall strategic transport ambition is to increase the numbers of children walking or cycling to school, both to reduce congestion on roads, improve local air quality, and improve health outcomes. In order for this to be achieved, it is important that walking or cycling to school is, and is perceived to be, a safe option for children and their families.  Work has continued to progress the Council’s programme of activity to improve road safety around schools across the borough. The purpose of this report is to provide an update on the 2017/18 road safety around schools programme and the recommended list of schools for the 2018/19 financial year.

 

The Area Committee is invited to comment on the report.

 

Officer contact: Eraina Smith, 0161 474 4911, eraina.smith@stockport.gov.uk

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Minutes:

A representative of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) providing an update on the 2017/18 Road Safety around Schools Programme and detailing the recommended list of schools for inclusion in the 2018/19 financial year.

 

The following comments were made/ issues raised:-

 

·         Where initiatives had been undertaken with local schools there had been positive feedback about the efficiency of having the additional measures implemented.

·         In relation to a question about slippage in the current year’s programme it was clarified that this was in most part due to the time taken to progress particular schemes where a component involved a Traffic Regulation Order, due to the lengthy legal processes involved.

·         Concerns were expressed that few schools in Hazel Grove had been included in the programme and clarification was sought on the criteria used. Following the explanation of the matrices used to determine priority further concerns were expressed that economic considerations were being too great a weight over the safety of pupils given that this need not necessarily correlate to levels of affluence of parents.

 

RESOLVED – That the report be noted and the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration be requested to circulate further information in relation to the scoring matrices used to identify priority schools for inclusion in the Road Safety around Schools Programme.

9.

A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road (A6MARR) Complementary Measures in Hazel Grove pdf icon PDF 77 KB

To consider a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration.

 

The Area Committee is invited to consider the contents of the report, noting the results of the recent consultation exercise carried out within Hazel Grove and Stepping Hill and approve the proposed measures and associated traffic regulation orders.

 

The Area Committee is asked to comment on this report and recommend that the Cabinet Member for Communities & Housing approves the proposals within this report and the legal advertising of the traffic regulation orders contained in Appendix C and subject to no objections being received within 21 days from the advertisement date the order can be made.

 

Officer contact: Nick Whelan, 0161 474 4907, nick.whelan@stockport.gov.uk

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Minutes:

A representative of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) inviting the Area Committee to consider proposals for a range of complementary measures associated with the A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road Scheme. The proposals related specifically to the Stepping Hill Area Committee area, and had been subject to consultation with the public, the detail of which was set out in the report.

 

RESOLVED –That the Cabinet Member for Communities & Housing be recommended to approve the A6MARR complementary measures for Hazel Grove set out in the report and be authorised to approve those measures that fell entirely or in part within the Area Committee’s delegated powers in order to allow for the prompt processing and implementation of the proposals.

10.

Norbury Crescent, Hazel Grove pdf icon PDF 89 KB

To consider a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration.

 

The report sets out proposals for No Waiting at any Time restrictions on Norbury Crescent in Hazel Grove to help alleviate problems with inappropriate parking on the footway.

 

The Area Committee is asked to approve Part I of the schedule and recommend that the Cabinet Member for Communities & Housing approve Part II of the schedule below, at a cost of £650 to be funded from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Stepping Hill Ward allocation)

 

Part I

 

No Waiting at Any Time:

Norbury Crescent

 

North Easterly side from a point 15 metres North West of the North Westerly kerb line of Chester Road in a North Westerly direction following the kerb line to a point level with the Southerly boundary line of property No. 1.

 

South Westerly side from a point 43 metres North West of the North Westerly kerb line of Chester Road in a North Westerly direction following the kerb line to a point level with the Southerly boundary line of property No. 1.

 

Part II

 

No Waiting at Any Time:

Norbury Crescent

 

Both sides from a point 10 metres North West of the North Westerly kerb line of Chester Road for a distance of 5 metres in a North Westerly direction.

 

Officer contact: Max Townsend, 0161 474 4861, max.townsend@stockport.gov.uk

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) inviting the Area Committee to consider proposals to introduce parking restrictions on Norbury Crescent in order to reduce inappropriate parking and improve accessibility.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the Cabinet Member for Communities & Housing be recommended to approve the proposals as set out in the report, and be authorised to approve those elements within the Area Committee’s delegation.

 

(2) That approval be given to the funding of the proposals from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Stepping Hill Ward allocation) at a £650.

11.

Spring Gardens, Hazel Grove pdf icon PDF 104 KB

To consider a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration.

 

The report invites the Area Committee to consider upgrading the existing permit scheme on Spring Gardens to a charged scheme.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to approve the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order and subject to no objections being received within 21 days from the advertisement date the following orders can be made:

 

Revoke Resident Permit Parking / No Waiting at Any Time:

Spring Gardens

 

Both sides from a point 27 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of Commercial Road in a South Easterly and thence in a North Easterly direction to its cul-de-sac end.

 

Revoke No Waiting Monday to Saturday 8am – 7pm:

Spring Gardens

 

Both sides from a point 22 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of  

Commercial road for a distance of 5 metres in a South Easterly direction.

 

Introduce Permit Parking:

Spring Gardens

 

Both sides from a point 22 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of   

Commercial Road in a South Easterly direction and thence in a North Easterly   direction to its cul-de-sac end.

 

Introduce No Waiting at Any Time:

Spring Gardens

 

North Easterly side from a point 4.5 metres South East of the projected North Westerly property line of No. 25 in a South Easterly direction for a distance of 10 metres and thence North Easterly direction for a distance of 10 metres (following the kerb line).

 

Officer contact: Max Townsend, 0161 474 4861, max.townsend@stockport.gov.uk

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) inviting the Area Committee to consider a proposal to upgrade the existing permit parking scheme on Spring Gardens from a free to a charged scheme in line with Council policy.

 

RESOLVED – That the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order be approved and subject to no objections being received within 21 days from the advertisement date the following Orders being made:

 

Revoke Resident Permit Parking / No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Spring Gardens

 

Both sides from a point 27 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of Commercial Road in a South Easterly and thence in a North Easterly direction to its cul-de-sac end.

 

Revoke No Waiting Monday to Saturday 8am – 7pm:

 

Spring Gardens

 

Both sides from a point 22 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of Commercial road for a distance of 5 metres in a South Easterly direction.

 

Introduce Permit Parking:

 

Spring Gardens

 

Both sides from a point 22 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of Commercial Road in a South Easterly direction and thence in a North Easterly direction to its cul-de-sac end.

 

Introduce No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Spring Gardens

 

North Easterly side from a point 4.5 metres South East of the projected North Westerly property line of No. 25 in a South Easterly direction for a distance of 10 metres and thence North Easterly direction for a distance of 10 metres (following the kerb line).

12.

Newby Road, Hazel Grove pdf icon PDF 91 KB

To consider a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration.

 

The report invites the Area Committee to consider a proposal to consolidate existing parking restrictions on Newby Road Ind. Estate in Hazel Grove.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to approve the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order and subject to no objections being received within 21 days from the advertisement date the following orders can be made:

 

Revoke No Waiting at Any Time:

Newby Road

 

South side from a point 10 metres South West of the South Westerly kerb line of Lowick Close for a distance of 40 metres in a Westerly direction.

 

South East side from a point 10 metres North East of the North Easterly kerb line of Lowick Close for a distance of 35 metres in a North Easterly direction.

 

East side from a point 17 metres North of the Northerly kerb line of the Easterly cul-de-sac part of Newby Road for a distance of 42 metres in a North Westerly direction.

 

Introduce No Waiting at Any Time:

Newby Road

 

South West side From a point 10 metres North West of the North Westerly kerb line of Levens Road to a point 7 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of Levens Road.

 

South West side from a point 15 metres North West of the North Westerly kerb line of Watchgate to a point 15 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of Watchgate.

           

North East side from a point 14 metres South East of the projected South Easterly kerb line of Watchgate in a South Easterly direction; then North Easterly direction to a point level with the projected South Westerly building line of Unit 45.

 

Westerly part of the circulatory, East side, from the Northerly kerb line of the Southerly part of the circulatory continuing to the Southerly side of the Northern circulatory to a point 8 metres West of the projected boundary line between the Electricity Sub Station and Unit 38.

 

Southerly part of the circulatory, North side, from the Easterly kerb line of the Westerly part of the circulatory to a point 70 metres East of the projected South Westerly kerb line of Lowick Close.

 

Northerly part of the circulatory, North side, from a point 3 metres West of the projected boundary line between the Electricity Sub Station and Unit 38 for a distance of 89 metres in an Easterly direction and to tie in with existing No Waiting at Any Time.

 

Levens Road

 

Both sides from the South Westerly kerb line of Newby Road for a distance of 10 metres in a South Westerly direction.

 

North West side from the projected South Westerly building line of Unit 4 in a South Westerly then Westerly direction to a point 3 North West of the projected South Easterly building line of Unit 4.

 

Officer contact: Max Townsend, 0161 474 4861, max.townsend@stockport.gov.uk

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) inviting the Area Committee to consider proposals to consolidate and regularise existing Waiting Restrictions on Newby Road, Hazel Grove.

 

RESOLVED – That the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order be approved and subject to no objections being received within 21 days from the advertisement date the following orders being made:

 

Revoke No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Newby Road

 

South side from a point 10 metres South West of the South Westerly kerb line of Lowick Close for a distance of 40 metres in a Westerly direction.

 

South East side from a point 10 metres North East of the North Easterly kerb line of Lowick Close for a distance of 35 metres in a North Easterly direction.

 

East side from a point 17 metres North of the Northerly kerb line of the Easterly cul-de-sac part of Newby Road for a distance of 42 metres in a North Westerly direction.

 

Introduce No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Newby Road

 

South West side From a point 10 metres North West of the North Westerly kerb line of Levens Road to a point 7 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of Levens Road.

 

South West side from a point 15 metres North West of the North Westerly kerb line of Watchgate to a point 15 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of Watchgate.

           

North East side from a point 14 metres South East of the projected South Easterly kerb line of Watchgate in a South Easterly direction; then North Easterly direction to a point level with the projected South Westerly building line of Unit 45.

 

Westerly part of the circulatory, East side, from the Northerly kerb line of the Southerly part of the circulatory continuing to the Southerly side of the Northern circulatory to a point 8 metres West of the projected boundary line between the Electricity Sub Station and Unit 38.

 

Southerly part of the circulatory, North side, from the Easterly kerb line of the Westerly part of the circulatory to a point 70 metres East of the projected South Westerly kerb line of Lowick Close.

 

Northerly part of the circulatory, North side, from a point 3 metres West of the projected boundary line between the Electricity Sub Station and Unit 38 for a distance of 89 metres in an Easterly direction and to tie in with existing No Waiting at Any Time.

 

Levens Road

 

Both sides from the South Westerly kerb line of Newby Road for a distance of 10 metres in a South Westerly direction.

 

North West side from the projected South Westerly building line of Unit 4 in a South Westerly then Westerly direction to a point 3 North West of the projected South Easterly building line of Unit 4.

13.

Event Application: Tough Tribe Event in Woodbank Memorial Park and Vernon Park - 23 September 2018 pdf icon PDF 77 KB

To consider a report of the Corporate Director of Place Management and Regeneration

 

The report sets out an application from Life Leisure to hold a Tough Tribe event in Woodbank Memorial Park and Vernon Park and the Poise Brook Valley on 23 September 2018.

 

The report is being considered by the Stepping Hill Area Committee because part of the route of the event falls within the Offerton Ward. The matter will also be considered by the Central Stockport Area Committee on 8 March 2018.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to approve the application, subject to all appropriate paperwork and licences being obtained and submitted to the Council at least one week prior to the event taking place.

 

Officer Contact: Kath Hughes, 0161 474 4418, kath.hughes@stockport.gov.uk

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Officer submitted a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration (copies of which had been circulated) inviting the Area Committee to consider an application for a Tough Tribe Event in Woodbank Memorial and Vernon parks, including part of the Poise Brook Valley on 23 September 2018.

 

RESOLVED – That approval be given to application from Life Leisure for the use of Woodbank Memorial and Vernon parks on 23 September 2018 for a Tough Tribe Event, in so far as the event takes place in the area covered by the Stepping Hill Area Committee.

14.

Progress on Area Committee Decisions pdf icon PDF 83 KB

To consider a report of the Democratic Services Manager.

 

The report provides an update on progress since the last meeting on decisions taken by the Area Committee and details the current position on area flexibility funding. The report also includes the current position on the highway and traffic management delegated budget.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to note the report.

 

Officer contact: Jonathan Vali, 0161 474 3201, jonathan.vali@stockport.gov.uk

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Officer submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) updating the Area Committee on progress with decisions taken at previous meeting and the current position on the Area Committee’s delegated budget.

 

RESOLVED – That the report be noted.