Agenda

Venue: Virtual Meeting - via Microsoft Teams

Contact: Veronica Macmillan  Martin Scott

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Items
No. Item

1. Order of Business

1.1

Order of Business

Including any notices of motion and any other items of business submitted as urgent for consideration at the meeting.

2. Declaration of Interests

2.1

Declaration of Interests

Members should declare any financial and non-financial interests they have in the items of business for consideration, identifying the relevant agenda item and the nature of their interest.

3. Deputations

3.1

Deputations

If any.

4. Minutes

4.1

Minutes

None.

5. Forward Planning

5.1

Work Programme pdf icon PDF 131 KB

Transport and Environment Committee Work Programme

5.2

Rolling Actions Log pdf icon PDF 610 KB

Transport and Environment Committee Rolling Actions Log

Business Bulletin

6.1

Business Bulletin pdf icon PDF 394 KB

Transport and Environment Business Bulletin

7. Executive Decisions

7.1

Spaces for People – East Craigs Low Traffic Neighbourhood pdf icon PDF 8 MB

7.2

West Edinburgh Link - Gogarloch and South Gyle Proposed Residents’ Priority Parking Area pdf icon PDF 2 MB

7.3

Bus Priority Rapid Development Fund pdf icon PDF 5 MB

7.4

City Mobility Plan – Public Consultation and Engagement Key Messages and Next Steps pdf icon PDF 1 MB

7.5

Roads and Transport Infrastructure Improvement Plan pdf icon PDF 618 KB

7.6

Revenue Monitoring Update – 2019/2020 Provisional out-turn and 2020/2021 Month three position pdf icon PDF 303 KB

7.7

Reform of Transport Arm’s Length External Organisations pdf icon PDF 215 KB

8. Routine Decisions

8.1

Routine Report

None.

9. Motions

9.1

Motion by Councillor Lang - Spaces for people online consultation

Motion by Councillor Lang - Spaces for People Online Consultation

 

“Committee:

 

1.       notes that the Council, in conjunction with Sustrans, launched the online Commonplace tool on 29 May for people to share suggestions for creating safer spaces for walking, cycling and wheeling safely; and that the portal closed to comments on 29 June.

 

2.       expresses its thanks to all those who submitted over 4,000 comments through this process, and believes this level of feedback places an important responsibility on the Council to explain what action has been taken in response to comments received.

 

3.       notes that, at the Policy & Sustainability Committee of 20 August, officers confirmed the analysis of the public comments was “nearing conclusion”.

 

4.       is concerned that, four months on from the launch of the portal, there has been no detailed report to councillors on the conclusions drawn or projects being progressed as a direct result of this consultation exercise.

 

5.       seeks a report at the November 2020 meeting of the Transport and Environment Committee, providing the analysis of the feedback received and a definitive list of projects which have been implemented or are proposed to be taken forward through the Spaces for People process as a result of the comments received.

 

6.       agrees the report should highlight suggestions which received significant support but did not fit the criteria for Spaces for People, and what options exist to progress these ideas through other active travel project streams.”

 

Motions and Amendments pdf icon PDF 484 KB

Deputations pdf icon PDF 977 KB