Venue: Dean of Guild Court Room - City Chambers

Contact: Lesley Birrell  Louise Williamson


No. Item

1. Order of Business

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Order of Business

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

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2. Declaration of Interests

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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.

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3. Deputations

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If any.

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4. Minutes

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Minute of 2 March 2023 pdf icon PDF 212 KB

Minute of the Transport and Environment Committee of 2 March 2023 – submitted for approval as a correct record

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5. Forward Planning

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Work Programme pdf icon PDF 163 KB

Transport and Environment Committee Work Programme

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Rolling Actions Log pdf icon PDF 699 KB

Transport and Environment Committee Rolling Actions Log

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6. Business Bulletin

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Business Bulletin pdf icon PDF 6 MB

Transport and Environment Business Bulletin

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7. Executive Decisions

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Major Junctions Review Update pdf icon PDF 1 MB

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Roads and Infrastructure Investment – Capital Delivery Priorities for 2023/24 pdf icon PDF 400 KB

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Sustrans ‘Places for Everyone’ Funding for Projects pdf icon PDF 318 KB

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8. Routine Decisions

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2022 Air Quality Annual Progress Report pdf icon PDF 206 KB

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Street Cleansing Performance Report pdf icon PDF 526 KB

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9. Motions

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Motion by Councillor Thornley - Parkgrove Drive

Motion by Councillor Thornley – Parkgrove Drive (Drum Brae/Gyle Ward 3)

“Committee notes:

-           that Parkgrove Drive is a well-used walking and cycling route for pupils attending Clermiston Primary School. 

-           that the recommended “quiet route” is less direct, less well-used and less clearly identified than a route including Parkgrove Drive.

Committee further notes:

-           that Parkgrove Drive is used regularly as a “rat run” by westbound drivers from Queensferry Road via Parkgrove Avenue to Drum Brae North.

-           the important role played by the supported 68 bus service. 

-           the poor condition of the road surface and footway on this stretch of road, presenting dangers to both pedestrians and cyclists.

Committee therefore calls for a report back to Committee in two cycles outlining options, while protecting the supported 68 bus service, to:

-           make Parkgrove Drive safe for pedestrians and cyclists, especially school pupils. 

-           reduce “rat running” in the area.

-           improve the road and footway surface.”

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Deputations pdf icon PDF 78 KB

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Motions and Amendments pdf icon PDF 508 KB

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