Agenda and minutes

Cheadle Area Committee
Tuesday, 10th July, 2018 6.00 pm

Venue: Trinity Church - Trinty Church, Massie Street, Cheadle. View directions

Contact: David Clee  (0161 474 3137)

Webcast: View the webcast

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 89 KB

To approve as a correct record and sign the Minutes of the meeting held on 5 June 2018.

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Minutes:

The Minutes (copies of which had been circulated) of the meeting held on 5 June 2018 were approved as a correct record and signed by the Chair.

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 interests they had in any of the items on the agenda for the meeting.

 

The following interests were declared:-

 

Personal and Prejudicial Interests

 

Councillor

Interest

Anna Charles-Jones, Sylvia Humphreys and Adrian Nottingham

 

 

 

 

Keith Holloway

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sylvia Humphreys

Agenda item 5(vii) ‘Ward Flexibility Funding – Heald Green and Long Lane Ratepayers’ Association’ as members of the association.

 

Councillors Charles-Jones, Humphreys and Nottingham took no part in the discussion or vote.

 

Agenda item 10 ‘Road Safety around Schools – Oak Tree Primary School, Cheadle Hulme’ as a member of the Governing Body of the school.

 

Councillor Holloway took no part in the discussion or vote.

 

Agenda item 10 ‘Road Safety around Schools – Oak Tree Primary School, Cheadle Hulme’ as her daughter was involved with road safety at the school as a member of the Parent Teachers’ Association. Councillor Humphreys’ granddaughter also attended the school.

 

Councillor Humphreys took no part in the discussion or vote.

 

 

 

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.

Progress on Area Committee Decisions pdf icon PDF 81 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 ward flexibility funding. The report also includes the current position on the ward delegated budgets.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to note the report.

 

Officer Contact: David Clee on 0161 474 3137 or email: david.clee@stockport.gov.uk

 

 

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Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) updating the Area Committee on progress since the last meeting on decisions taken by the Area Committee and the current position on Ward Flexibility Funding. The report also included the position on the ward delegated budgets.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the report be noted.

 

(2) That the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration be requested to include the originating date of requests for traffic schemes in future reports.

 

5.

Community Engagement

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5.(i)

Chair's Announcements

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

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Minutes:

The Chair advised the Area Committee of the Stockport Local Fund for local activities and projects which supported ideas that made a difference in neighbourhoods by offering funding from £200 to £10,000.

 

The meeting was also advised of the Council’s decision to show the Football World Cup semi-final on a big screen in St. Peter’s Square in the town centre on 11 July 2018.

5.(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:

No public questions were submitted.

5.(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:

Paul Clarke (Public Realm Inspector) attended the meeting to report on current issues and to answer questions from councillors and members of the public in relation to public realm issues within the area represented by the Cheadle Area Committee.

 

The following comments were made/issuers raised:-

 

  • The damage and inconvenience of motorists parking on grass verges was raised.
  • It was highlighted that there were certain locations where the vegetation was overgrown and needed cutting back each year,
  • The speed restriction sign needed replacing at the entrance to the Council owned car park at Heald Green Medical Centre.
  • A directional sign to Gatley in the vicinity of Finney Lane, Heald Green needed to be turned round the right way.
  • The trees on Lavington Avenue, Cheadle needed maintaining.
  • The issue of pigeons nesting in the roof of the Queens Gardens sheltered housing scheme for the elderly was raised.

 

RESOLVED – That Paul Clarke be thanked for his attendance.

 

5.(iv)

Manchester Airport - Draft Noise Action Plan 2019-2023

This item has been placed on the agenda at the request of Councillor David Meller

 

A representative from Manchester Airport will attend the meeting for this item.

 

The Noise Action Plan (2019-2023) consultation draft and the supplementary information can be found on Manchester Airport’s website via the following link:-

 

http://www.manchesterairport.co.uk/community/environment/environmental-management/

 

The consultation closes on 21 August 2018.

 

 

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Minutes:

David Foote and Adam Freeman from the Environment Team at Manchester Airport attended the meeting to advise the Area Committee of the Noise Action Plan (2019-2023) consultation draft and the supplementary information which had been prepared.

 

The Noise Action Plan was a five year plan to assess, consider and manage aircraft noise around the airport and was a legal requirement under a European Union directive. It was also a key part of delivering broader UK Government noise objectives that were to limit and, where possible, reduce the number of people in the UK significantly affected by aircraft noise. The consultation closed on 21 August 2018.

 

 The following comments were made/issued:-

 

  • What the balance was between the number of aircrafts and noise levels, and the effect of the changes in wind direction.
  • Whether the loopholes had been tightened up with EU legislation.
  • The effect of aircraft noise on housing was raised and the planning conditions used to minimise the effect on householders. It was pointed out that the draft Noise Action Plan document was not a planning document.
  • A Member raised how the consultation on the Noise Action Plan could be fed into the planning process as, for example, noise affected the potential for land to be developed. It was felt that the Planning Department needed to work with Manchester Airport on such issues.
  • There were links in the document to who residents should contact with regard to insulation, double glazing, noise, insulation and re-roofing etc.
  • Once the plan had been published, Manchester Airport had an obligation to publish a summary electronic version which was no longer than ten pages.
  • Heald Green Ward Councillors reported an increase in enquiries from residents observing aircraft taking off early in the morning.
  • Earlier take off times could be communicated by Manchester Airport by other means, for example twitter.
  • Heald Green Ward Councillors requested that copies of the document be sent to local libraries. Elderly residents had found the online  consultation paper difficult to comprehend.
  • Reference was made to the document published last year on Manchester Airport’s corporate social responsibilities.

 

RESOLVED – That David Foote and Adam Freeman be thanked for their attendance.

5.(v)

Petitions

Permit Parking on Wilmslow Road, Heald Green (nos. 412 – 444_

 

To report the receipt of a petition from fourteen signatories requesting permit parking between numbers 412-444 Wilmslow Road, Heald Green.

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Minutes:

Permit Parking on Wilmslow Road, Heald Green (nos. 412-444)

 

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager reported on the receipt of a petition from fourteen signatories requesting permit parking between numbers 412- 444 Wilmslow Road, Heald Green.

 

RESOLVED – That the petition be referred to the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration for investigation.

5.(vi)

Review of the Borough-Wide Funding Arrangements for 2017/18 pdf icon PDF 68 KB

To consider a report of the Democratic Services Manager.

 

The Leader of the Council, in establishing the Borough-wide funding arrangements for 2017/18, agreed that a Review of these arrangements be undertaken and submitted to area committees.

 

This report sets out that Review and invites comments on the arrangements for 2018/19 and beyond.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to comment on and note the report.

 

Officer contact: Jonathan Vali on 0161 474 3201 or email: jonathan.vali@stockport.gov.uk

 

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Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) providing a review of the operation of the Borough-wide funding arrangements for the Ward Flexibility Fund for the 2017/18 Municipal Year.  The report also outlined the arrangements for the operation of the fund for 2018/19 and sought comments on possible future funding models for the Borough-wide fund for 2019/20 and beyond.

 

RESOLVED – That the report be noted.

 

5.(vii)

Ward Flexibility Funding - Cheadle and Gatley Junior Football Club pdf icon PDF 212 KB

To consider an application for Ward Flexibility Funding from Cheadle and Gatley Junior Football Club towards the cost of balls, equipment and venue hire.

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Minutes:

With the agreement of the Area Committee, this application was deferred until the next meeting of the Area Committee.

5.(viii)

Ward Flexibility Funding - Heald Green and Long Lane Ratepayers' Association pdf icon PDF 483 KB

To consider an application for Ward Flexibility Funding from the Heald Green and Long Lane Ratepayers’ Association towards the provision of an automatic external defibrillator to be externally fixed to the wall of the Heald Green Village Hall.

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Minutes:

An application was submitted from the Heald Green and Long Lane Ratepayers’ Association for £1,000 towards the provision of an automatic external defibrillator to be externally fixed to the wall of the Heald Green Village Hall.

 

RESOLVED – That approval be given to the Ward Flexibility Funding application from the Heald Green and Long Lane Ratepayers’ Association for £1,000 towards the provision of an automatic external defibrillator to be externally fixed to the wall.

5.(ix)

Ward Flexibility Funding - Stockport Carnival pdf icon PDF 211 KB

To consider an application from the Stockport Carnival Committee seeking funding toward the cost of the carnival.

 

The Cabinet Member for Reform & Governance, following a recommendation of the Borough-Wide Funding Group has already awarded £600. The Group recommended that the application be submitted to all area committees for them to consider whether they wished to make an award toward the remainder of the request.

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Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted an application received on behalf of the Stockport Carnival Committee seeking funding toward the cost of the carnival.

 

RESOLVED – That approval be given to the award of a grant of £180 from the Ward Flexibility Budget to the Stockport Carnival Committee towards the cost of the carnival, to be allocated as follows:-

 

Cheadle and Gatley Ward - £60

Cheadle Hulme North Ward - £60

Heald Green Ward - £60

Non-Executive Business

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6.

Development Applications pdf icon PDF 46 KB

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

 

(a)  To consider the development applications where members of the public have attended the meeting in order to speak or hear the Area Committee’s deliberations.

 

(b)  To consider the remaining development applications.

 

(c)   To consider consultations (if any) received by the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration on any planning applications relevant to the Cheadle area.

 

The following development applications will be considered by the Area Committee:-

 

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Minutes:

Development applications were submitted.

 

(NOTE: Full details of the decisions including conditions and reasons for granting or refusing planning permission and imposing conditions are given in the schedule of plans. The Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration is authorised to determine conditions and reasons and they are not therefore referred to in committee minutes unless the committee makes a specific decision on a condition or reason. In order to reduce printing costs and preserve natural resources, the schedule of plans is not reproduced within these minutes. A copy of the schedule of plans is available on the council’s website at www.stockport.gov.uk/planningdecisions. Copies of the schedule of plans, or any part thereof, may be obtained from the Services to Place Directorate upon payment of the Council’s reasonable charges).

 

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager outlined the procedure approved by the Council for public speaking on planning applications.

 

6.(i)

DC069536 - Airstream House, 36 Brook Street, Cheadle pdf icon PDF 154 KB

Residential development comprising 2 no. pairs of semi-detached houses and 1 no detached house with associated car parking, hard and soft landscaping and boundary treatments following the demolition of the existing building.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to grant planning permission.

 

Officer Contact: Helen Hodgett on 0161 474 3656 or email: helen.hodgett@stockport.gov.uk

 

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Minutes:

In respect of plan no. 69536 for a residential development comprising 2 no. pairs of semi-detached houses and 1 no. detached house with associated car parking, hard and soft landscaping and boundary treatments following the demolition of the existing building at 36 Brook Street, Cheadle

 

a member of the public spoke against the application; and

 

a representative of the applicant spoke in support of the application.

 

It was then

 

RESOLVED – That the Planning and Highways Regulation Committee be recommended to undertake a site visit in order to assess the highway impacts of the proposal and request that the driveway accesses be marked out for the visiting team.

6.(ii)

DC064618 - Cheshire Line Tavern, Manchester Road, Cheadle pdf icon PDF 169 KB

Construction of a single storey dining room extension and glazed shelter onto the front of an existing public house/restaurant.

 

The Area Committee is requested to recommend the Planning and Highways Regulation Committee to grant planning permission.

 

Officer Contact: Mark Jordan on 0161 474 3557 or email: mark.jordan@stockport.gov.uk

 

 

 

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Minutes:

In respect of plan no. 64618 for the construction of a single storey dining room extension and glazed shelter onto the front of an existing public house/restaurant at the Cheshire Line Tavern, Manchester Road, Cheadle, it was:-

 

RESOLVED – That the Planning and Highways Regulation Committee be recommended to grant planning permission.

The Area Committee acting in its capacity as trustee of the Brookfield Park Shiers Family Trust

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7.

Brookfield Park Shiers Family Trust pdf icon PDF 64 KB

To consider a report of the Democratic Services Manager

 

The report considers the initial subject area from which to invite applications and the criteria, guidelines, maximum grant and possible priority for new initiatives for monies made available for distribution from the Brookfield Park Shies Family Trust in accordance with the previous decision of the Area Committee.

 

The Area Committee is requested to consider the issues set out in the recommendations in the report.

 

Officer Contact: David Clee on 0161 474 3137 or email: david.clee@stockport.gov.uk

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) requesting the Area Committee to consider the initial subject area from which to invite applications and the criteria, guidelines, maximum grant and possible priority for new initiatives for monies made available for distribution from the Brookfield Park Shiers Family Trust in accordance with the previous decision of the Area Committee at its last meeting.

 

At the meeting of the Area Committee held on 5 June 2018 Members had agreed that £35,000 from the Trust be allocated and further consideration given to supporting voluntary groups for children and young people, young carers, addressing loneliness amongst children and young people, and supporting sports groups for people of all ages.

 

A Member suggested setting aside, for example, £10,000 from the allocated amount for the possibility of two larger grants of £5,000.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the decision of the Area Committee held on 5 June 2018 be reaffirmed.

 

(2) That the sub-group previously established to consider applications for funding from the Brookfield Park Shiers Family Trust, comprising one Councillor from each of the three Wards in the Cheadle area, be reconvened in order to oversee the process and consider applications received for funding.

 

(3) That authority to make any grants be delegated to the Democratic Services Manager, in consultation with the Chair of the Area Committee and members of the sub-group referred to in (2) above.

Executive Business

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8.

Road Safety around Schools - Oak Tree Primary School, Cheadle Hulme pdf icon PDF 83 KB

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

 

The report sets out the findings of a consultation exercise for road safety around Oak Tree Primary School and seeks approval for the introduction of Traffic Regulation Orders and associated signage and bollards.

 

The Area Committee is requested to approve the statutory legal advertising of the Traffic Regulation Order detailed in the report and, subject to no objections being received within the statutory period, the Order can be made.

 

Officer Contact: Pam Hibbert on email: pam.hibbert@stockport.gov.uk

 

 

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Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration (copies of which had been circulated) setting out the findings of a consultation exercise for road safety around Oak Tree Primary School and seeking approval to the introduction of Traffic Regulation Orders and associated signage and bollards.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the Area Committee be minded to approve the following Traffic Regulation Order detailed in the report in the vicinity of Oak Tree Primary School, Cheadle Hulme, as shown on drawing no. 0305/OT/002 attached to the report, at an approximate cost of £4,500 to be funded from the Road Safety around Schools 2017-18 programme budget allocation:-

 

REVOCATION OF NO STOPPING MONDAY – FRIDAY, 8am – 5pm on School Keep Clear Markings

 

Item

Location

Extent

Oak Tree Primary

Queens Road, Cheadle Hulme – North-eastern side

From a point 33 metres south-east of the projected south-easterly kerb line of Kings Road, for 130 metres in a south-easterly direction.

 

Oak Tree Primary

Buckingham Road, Cheadle Hulme – north-west side

From its junction with Queens Road, in a north-easterly direction to its junction with Linden Road.

 

REVOCATION OF NO WAITING AT ANY TIME

 

Item

Location

Extent

Oak Tree Primary

Buckingham Road, Cheadle Hulme –

North west side

From the north-eastern kerbline of Linden Road, for a distance of 10 metres in a north-easterly direction.

 

 

Oak Tree Primary

Linden Road, Cheadle Hulme –

North-east side

From its junction with Buckingham Road, for a distance of 10 metres in a north-westerly direction.

 

 

Oak Tree Primary

Linden Road, Cheadle Hulme –

South-west side

From its junction with Buckingham Road, for a distance of 7 metres in a north-westerly direction.

 

PROPOSED NO STOPPING MONDAY – FRIDAY, 8am – 5pm on School Keep Clear Markings

 

Item

Location

Extent

Oak Tree Primary

Queens Road, Cheadle Hulme – North-eastern side

From a point 33 metres south-east of the projected south-easterly kerb line of Kings Road, for 113.5 metres in a south-easterly direction.

 

Oak Tree Primary

Buckingham Road, Cheadle Hulme – north-western side

From its junction with Queens Road, in a north-easterly direction to its junction with Linden Road.

 

 

 

 

PROPOSED NO WAITING AND NO LOADING AT ANY TIME

 

Item

Location

Extent

Oak Tree Primary

Queens Road, Cheadle Hulme –

North-east side

From its junction with Buckingham Road for a distance of 15 metres in a north-westerly direction.

 

 

Oak Tree Primary

Buckingham Road, Cheadle Hulme –

North-west side

From the north-easterly kerbline of Queens Road, for a distance of 17.5 metres in a north-easterly direction.

 

 

Oak Tree Primary

Buckingham Road, Cheadle Hulme –

North west side

From a point 10 metres north-east of the projected north-eastern kerbline of Linden Road, for a distance of 30.5 metres in a south-westerly direction.

 

Oak Tree Primary

Linden Road, Cheadle Hulme –

Both sides

From its junction with Buckingham Road, for a distance of 10 metres in a north-westerly direction.

 

(2) That approval be given to the statutory legal advertising of the Traffic Regulation Order and, subject to no objections being received within twenty one days from the advertisement date, the Order be made.

9.

Cheadle Road, Manston Drive and Oak Avenue, Cheadle Hulme - No Waiting At Any Time Traffic Regulation Order pdf icon PDF 97 KB

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

 

The report sets out the findings of an investigation into vehicles parked at the junctions of Cheadle Road with Manston Drive and Oak Avenue in Cheadle Hulme.

 

The Area Committee is requested to recommend the Cabinet Member for Communities and Housing to approve the statutory legal advertising of the Traffic Regulation Order detailed in the report and, subject to no objections being received within twenty one days from the advertisement date, the Order can be made.

 

Officer Contact: Max Townsend on 0161 474 4861 or email: max.townsend@stockport.gov.uk

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration (copies of which had been circulated) setting out the findings of an investigation into vehicles parked at the junctions of Cheadle Road with Manston Drive and Oak Avenue in Cheadle Hulme.

 

RESOLVED – That the Cabinet Member for Communities and Housing be recommended to approve the statutory legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order as shown on drawing number NM8-4435-001A attached to the report, at an approximate cost of £700 to be funded from the Strategic Network Budget, and, subject to no objections being received within the statutory period from the advertisement date, the Order be made:-

 

Revoke No Waiting Monday to Saturday 8am – 6.30pm

 

Cheadle Road

 

North east side, from the projected south easterly property line of No. 103 in a south easterly direction to the junction with Manston Drive.

 

South westerly side, from the north westerly kerbline of Oak Avenue for a distance of 10 metres in a North Westerly direction.

 

Manston Drive

 

North westerly side, from the north easterly kerbline of Cheadle Road for a distance of 10 metres in a north easterly direction.

 

Oak Avenue

 

North westerly side, from the south westerly kerb line of Cheadle Road for a distance of 4 metres in a south westerly direction.

         

Introduce No Waiting at Any Time

 

Cheadle Road

 

North east side, from the projected south easterly property line of No. 103 in a south easterly direction to the junction with Manston Drive.

 

South westerly side, from a point 10 metres north west of the north westerly kerbline of Oak Avenue in a south easterly direction to a point 10 metres south east of the south easterly kerbline of Oak Avenue.

 

Manston Drive

 

Both sides, from the north easterly kerbline of Cheadle Road for a distance of 10 metres in a north easterly direction.

 

Oak Avenue

 

Both sides from the south westerly kerbline of Cheadle Road for a distance of 10 metres in a south easterly direction.

10.

Neal Avenue / Eastleigh Road, Heald Green - Traffic Regulation Order pdf icon PDF 110 KB

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

 

The report sets out the results of an investigation into parking issues on Neal Avenue/Eastleigh Road, Heald Green as residents have complained that drivers of vehicles are leaving their vehicles parked up for the day whilst they use the nearby Heald Green Railway Station or for long periods of time whilst they go on business trips/holiday from the airport.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to approve the statutory legal advertising of the Traffic Regulation Order set out in Appendices A and B of the report, shown on Drawing Nos. NM8-5021-02 and NM8-5021-03, and, subject to no objections being received within twenty one days from the advertisement date, the Order can be made.

 

Officer Contact: Craig Peet on 0161 474 4813 or email: craig.peet@stockport.gov.uk

 

 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted a report of the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration (copies of which had been circulated) setting out the results of an investigation into parking issues on Neal Avenue/Eastleigh Road, Heald Green as residents had complained that drivers of vehicles were leaving their vehicles parked up for the day whilst they used the nearby Heald Green Railway Station or for long periods of time whilst they went on business trips or holidays from the airport.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the Area Committee be minded to approve the following Traffic Regulation Order on Neal Avenue/Eastleigh Road, Heald Green as shown on Drawing Nos. NM8-5021-02 and NM8-5021-03 attached to the report, at an approximate cost of £1,600 to be funded from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Heald Green Ward allocation):-

 

Revocation of existing (TRO) Schedule

 

Limited Waiting – Monday to Saturday 8am – 6pm

 

Neal Avenue (West Side)

 

From a point 16.5 metres north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Finney Lane for a distance of 89 metres in a northerly direction.

 

Neal Avenue (East Side)

 

From a point 16.5 metres north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Finney Lane for a distance of 88 metres in a northerly direction.

 

Eastleigh Road (North Side)

 

From the intersection of the Eastern kerbline of Neal Avenue for a distance of 17.5 metres in an easterly direction.

 

Eastleigh Road (South Side)

 

From the intersection of the Eastern kerbline of Neal Avenue for a distance of 18 metres in an easterly direction.

 

Appendix B

 

Proposed (TRO) Schedule

 

Limited Waiting – Monday to Saturday 8am – 6pm

 

Neal Avenue (West Side)

 

From a point 16.5 metres north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Finney Lane for a distance of 89 metres in a northerly direction.

 

Neal Avenue (East Side)

 

From a point 16.5 metres north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Finney Lane, in a northerly direction to a point 12.5 metres south of the intersection of the southern kerbline of Eastleigh Road.

 

No Waiting at Any Time

 

Neal Avenue (East Side)

 

From a point 12.5 metres south of the intersection of the southern kerbline of Eastleigh Road, to a point 17 metres north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Eastleigh Road.

 

Neal Avenue (East Side)

 

From a point 20 metres south of the intersection of the southern kerbline of Peakdale Avenue, to a point 19 metres north of the intersection of the northern kerbline of Peakdale Avenue.

 

Peakdale Avenue (Both Sides)

 

From the intersection of the north eastern kerbline of Neal Avenue for a distance of 19.5 metres in an easterly direction.

 

Eastleigh Road (North Side)

 

From the intersection of the eastern kerbline of Neal Avenue for a distance of 37 metres in an easterly direction

 

Eastleigh Road (South Side)

 

From the intersection of the eastern kerbline of Neal Avenue for a distance of 32.5 metres in an easterly direction

 

(2) That approval be given to the statutory legal advertising of the Traffic Regulation Order and, subject to no objections being received within twenty one days from the advertisement date, the Order be made.

11.

Purchase and Management of a Mobile Speed Indication Device (SID) by Heald Green Ward pdf icon PDF 100 KB

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

 

The report sets out a request from the Heald Green Ward Spokesperson to purchase and manage a SID to be used exclusively in that ward. This report also sets out the costs of purchasing and managing the upkeep of this additional sign.

 

The Area Committee is requested to decide what action they wish to take with regard to the purchase, erection and management of a Speed Indication Device sign for the exclusive use within the Heald Green Ward.

 

Officer Contact: David Warburton on 0161 474 2078 or email: david.warburton@stockport.gov.uk

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) setting out a request from the Heald Green Ward Spokesperson to purchase and manage a mobile Speed Indication Device to be used exclusively in that ward. The report also set out the costs of purchasing and managing the upkeep of this additional sign.

 

 RESOLVED – (1) That approval be given to the principle of the purchase and the subsequent installation and maintenance of a mobile speed sign for use within the Heald Green Ward, but that the number of different locations and frequency where it will be sited and therefore the recurring annual costs, be delegated to the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration, in consultation with the Heald Green Ward Councillors.

 

(2) That the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration be requested to provide a timetable for the use of the Mobile Speed Indication Devices in the Cheadle area.

12.

Palmer Avenue and Ashbourne Avenue, Cheadle Hulme - No Waiting At Any Time Traffic Regulation Order pdf icon PDF 90 KB

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

 

The report sets out the results of an investigation into parked vehicles at the junction of Palmer Avenue and Ashbourne Avenue, Cheadle Hulme which are creating a nuisance and hazard for other road users.

 

The Area Committee is recommended to approve the statutory legal advertising of the No Waiting At Any Time Traffic Regulation Order detailed in the report and, subject to no objections being received within the statutory period, the Order can be made.

 

Officer Contact: Max Townsend on 0161 474 4861 or email: max.townsend@stockport.gov.uk

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) setting out the results of an investigation into parked vehicles at the junction of Palmer Avenue and Ashbourne Avenue, Cheadle Hulme which were creating a nuisance and hazard for other road users.

 

RESOLVED – (1) That the Area Committee be minded to approve the following No Waiting At Any Time Traffic Regulation Order on Palmer Avenue and Ashbourne Avenue, Cheadle Hulme at an approximate cost of £660 to be funded from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Cheadle Hulme North Ward allocation):-

 

No Waiting at Any Time

 

Palmer Avenue

 

          North east side from a point 10 metres north west of the north westerly kerbline of Ashbourne Avenue in a south easterly direction to a point 12 metres south east of the south easterly kerb line of Ashbourne Avenue.

 

Ashbourne Avenue

 

North west side from the north easterly kerb line of Palmer Avenue in a north easterly direction for a distance of 10 metres.

 

          South east side from the north easterly kerb line of Palmer Avenue in a north easterly direction for a distance of 12 metres.

 

          (2) That approval be given to the statutory legal advertising of the Traffic Regulation Order and, subject to no objections being received twenty one days from the advertisement date, the Order be made.

13.

Parking on Pavements

This item has been placed on the agenda at the request of Councillor David Meller

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Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager reported that this item had been placed on the agenda at the request of Councillor David Meller.

 

Councillor Meller requested the Area Committee to consider whether there was any other measures which were within the powers of the Council to help combat the problem of parking on pavements.

 

RESOLVEDE – That Traffic Services be requested to gather more information on the problems caused by motorists parking on pavements from organisations such as United Utilities, the Fire Service, Total Local Company’s refuse collection service and Disability Stockport, and report back to Members of the Area Committee.

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Park Event Application: Abney Hall Park (Bark in the Park) - 30 September 2018 pdf icon PDF 84 KB

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

 

The report sets out application from Muttley Crew Dogs Ltd to hold Bark in the Park in Abney Hall Park on 30 September 2018.

 

The Area Committee is recommended that the application is granted, subject to the organiser obtaining appropriate papers, event plans, health and safety documentation, licences and/or insurances and submitting these and any fees due at least two weeks prior to the event. Approval is also conditional on the organisers:-

 

-       ensuring all litter is removed from the event site;

-       providing a written undertaking that posters and banners will only be placed at authorised locations only.

 

Officer Contact: Iain Bate on 0161 474 4421 or email: iain.bate@stockport.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

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Minutes:

A representative of the Democratic Services Manager submitted a report (copies of which had been circulated) setting out an application from Muttley Crew Dogs Ltd to hold ‘Bark in the Park’ in Abney Hall Park on 30 September 2018.

 

RESOLVED – That the application from Muttley Crew Dogs Ltd to hold ‘Bark in the Park’ in Abney Hall Park on 30 September 2018 be approved, subject to the organiser obtaining appropriate papers, event plans, health and safety documentation, licences and/or insurances and submitting these and any fees due at least two weeks prior to the event. Approval is also conditional on the organisers:-

 

·         ensuring all litter is removed from the event site;

·         providing a written undertaking that posters and banners will only be placed at authorised locations only.