Agenda and minutes

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Items
No. Item

36.

Declarations of Interest

    Members are required to declare any disclosable pecuniary, personal or personal and prejudicial interests they may have and the nature of those interests relating to items on this agenda and/or indicate if S106 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 applies to them.   

    Minutes:

    Councillor Cecile Biant declared a prejudicial interest in a projects fund application from Vintage Worx Community Development Trust towards events in Falinge Park.  Councillor Cecile Biant vacated the Chair and left the room during consideration of this item.

37.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 76 KB

    To consider the Minutes of the meeting of Rochdale Township Action and Resources Delegated Sub-Committee held 19th October 2017.

    Minutes:

    Decision:

    That the minutes of the meeting of the Rochdale Township Action & Resources Sub-Committee held on 19th October 2017 be approved as a correct record.

38.

Healey Area Forum pdf icon PDF 70 KB

39.

Spotland and Falinge Area Forum pdf icon PDF 95 KB

40.

Milkstone and Deeplish Area Forum pdf icon PDF 73 KB

41.

Castleton Area Forum pdf icon PDF 50 KB

42.

Spotland and Falinge Area Forum pdf icon PDF 100 KB

43.

Kingsway Area Forum pdf icon PDF 67 KB

44.

Bamford and Oakenrod Area Forum pdf icon PDF 84 KB

45.

Milkstone and Deeplish Area Forum pdf icon PDF 66 KB

46.

Balderstone and Kirkholt Community Meeting pdf icon PDF 74 KB

47.

Brimrod, Marland and Sudden Area Forum pdf icon PDF 63 KB

48.

Rochdale Township Communities and Engagement Priority Group pdf icon PDF 54 KB

49.

Objections to proposed Traffic Regulation Order - On-Street Permit Parking Places (Disabled Bay) (24 Hours) - Rochdale pdf icon PDF 225 KB

    The Sub- Committee to consider objections to the proposed Traffic Regulation Order, Borough of Rochdale ((Civil Enforcement of Traffic Contraventions) (Various Streets) (Rochdale Township) Order 2008) (Amendment) (No.142)

    Minutes:

    The Sub-Committee considered a report of the Director of Neighbourhoods advising of an objection received to the proposed Traffic Regulation Order for on street permits to be issued for disabled bay parking places as detailed within Traffic Regulation Order, Borough of Rochdale ((Civil Enforcement of Traffic Contraventions) (Various Streets) (Rochdale Township) Order 2008) (Amendment) (No.142).

     

    Alternatives considered:

    The report identified nine requests for individual on-street permit parking bays for use by disabled badge holders.  The Sub-Committee were requested to determine to approve or decline each of the proposed bays.

     

    Decision:

    That the proposed on-street permit parking bays principally for use by disabled badge holders detailed within Traffic Regulation Order, Borough of Rochdale ((Civil Enforcement of Traffic Contraventions) (Various Streets) (Rochdale Township) Order 2008) (Amendment) (No.142) be approved, with exception of the bay at Talbot Street, Milkstone & Deeplish Ward the east side from a point 45.5 m north of its junction with Kent Street for a distance of 5 m in a northerly direction, which was declined.

     

    Reason for decision:

    Applications and locations have been measured against the Council’s approved disabled parking policy and road safety criteria.

50.

Objections to Proposed Traffic Regulation Order - Malvern Street West and Claremont Road, Rochdale pdf icon PDF 228 KB

    The Sub-Committee to consider objections to the proposed Borough of Rochdale (Malvern Street West, Rochdale) (Prohibition of Driving) Order and the Borough of Rochdale ((Civil Enforcement of Traffic Contraventions) (Various Streets) (Rochdale Township) Order 2008) (Amendment) (No. 141)

    Minutes:

    The Sub-Committee considered a report by the Director of Neighbourhoods advising of objections received to the advertised Traffic Regulation Order Borough of Rochdale (Malvern Street West, Rochdale) (Prohibition of Driving) Order and the Borough of Rochdale ((Civil Enforcement of Traffic

    Contraventions) (Various Streets) (Rochdale Township) Order 2008) (Amendment) (No. 141); at Malvern Street West and Claremont Road, Rochdale.

     

    Alternatives considered:

    The Committee could consider recommending that the proposal be amended or abandoned. Should Committee decide not to introduce the restrictions proposed then the issues with through traffic movements and parked vehicles, which were reported to Rochdale Township, will not be addressed.

     

    Decision:

    That Traffic Regulation Order Borough of Rochdale (Malvern Street West, Rochdale) (Prohibition of Driving) Order and the Borough of Rochdale ((Civil Enforcement of Traffic Contraventions) (Various Streets) (Rochdale Township) Order 2008) (Amendment) (No. 141); at Malvern Street West and Claremont Road, Rochdale; be approved.

     

    Reason for decision:

    To stop the use of Malvern Street West as a ‘through route’ between Bury Road and Sandy Lane. Motorists using the short cut often did so travelling at higher speeds.

51.

Objections to Proposed Traffic Regulation Order - Ings Lane, Rochdale pdf icon PDF 274 KB

    The Sub-Committee to consider objections to the proposed Traffic Regulation Order, Borough of Rochdale ((Civil Enforcement of Traffic Contraventions) (Various Streets) (Rochdale Township) Order 2008) (Amendment) (No.132)

    Minutes:

    The Sub-Committee considered a report from the Director of Neighbourhoods advising of objections received to the advertised Traffic Regulation Order Borough of Rochdale ((Civil Enforcement of Traffic Contraventions) (Various Streets) (Rochdale Township) Order 2008) (Amendment) (No.132) at Ings Lane, Rochdale.

     

    Alternatives considered:

    The Committee could consider recommending that the proposal be amended or abandoned. Should Committee decide not to introduce the restrictions proposed then the reported issues with parked vehicles would not be addressed.

     

    Decision:

    That Traffic Regulation Order Borough of Rochdale ((Civil Enforcement of Traffic Contraventions) (Various Streets) (Rochdale Township) Order 2008) (Amendment) (No.132) at Ings Lane, Rochdale; be approved.

     

    Reason for decision:

    To ensure the free movement of traffic turning into and out of the side roads, reducing the likelihood of vehicles stopping suddenly on the main road thereby reducing the risk of shunt accidents; to improve visibility for motorists entering the main road from each side road; to allow buses to use a designated stop, unhindered by parked vehicles, allowing passengers to board and alight the vehicle safely from the pavement; and to allow an area for away coach parking, approved by the Police and football club.

52.

Rochdale Township Funds 2017/18 pdf icon PDF 100 KB

    The Sub-Committee to consider a report that enables Members to allocate expenditure and resources from the Rochdale Township Fund 2017/18 to proposed projects across the Township

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    The Sub- Committee considered a report of the Director of Neighbourhoods updating on the revenue and capital expenditure commitments and balances of Rochdale Township Fund 2017/2018, to enable the Sub-Committee to allocate funds to proposed projects.

     

    The Sub-Committee were asked to note the expenditure, commitments and balances of Rochdale Township Funds 2017/18 as detailed in Appendix 1 and

    2, the decisions made under delegated authority as detailed in Appendix 3 to the submitted report and to consider and approve, defer or refuse the allocation of funds to proposed projects detailed in Appendix 4. Members of the Rochdale Township Action and Resource Sub-Committee were requested to note that the projects had been identified for funding from Rochdale Township Funds 2017/18. Members were asked to decide whether to approve, reject or defer the allocation of revenue and capital funds to the proposed projects listed in Appendix 4.

     

    The Sub-Committee considered the views of Mr P. Massey who addressed the Sub-Committee objecting to the proposed Order on behalf of the Spotland and Falinge Area Forum.

     

    Alternatives considered - in considering the report, Members were asked to

    Decide whether or not to approve the allocation of funds to projects/schemes as appropriate.

     

    Decision:

    1. That the expenditure, commitments and balances of the Rochdale Township Funds 2017/18, as detailed in Appendices 1 and 2 of the submitted report be noted;

    2. That the decisions made under delegated authority as detailed in Appendix 3 of the submitted report be noted;

    3. That the Townships and Communities Manager, in consultation with the

    Chair, Vice Chair and opposition spokespersons of the Committee, be given delegated authority to make decisions on any deferred projects.

    4. That applications for Township Funds, (as outlined in Appendix 4 of the submitted report); and be dealt with as follows:-

     

    Ref

    Project name

    Decision

    RP/08/17

    Removal of John Street Bus Lane/Gate feasibility Study

    £5000 approved from project funds

    RP/09/17

    Vintage Worx Falinge Park events

    £6849 approved from project funds

    TC/04/17

    Bentley Street Traffic Calming

    £50000 approved from capital funds

    TC/06/17

    Crawford Street Traffic calming and 20mph zone

    £21500 approved from capital funds

    TC/07/17

    Removal of grass verge outside 837 Bury Road

    £2632 approved from capital funds

    TC/08/17

    Martlett Avenue waiting restrictions

    £3500 approved from capital funds

    TC/09/17

    Corporation Road, Norman Road, Albion Road waiting restrictions

    £5000 approved from capital funds

    TC/10/17

    Crawford Street waiting restrictions

    £4000 approved from capital funds

     

    Reason for decision:

    The management of the Rochdale Township Fund is delegated to the

    Rochdale Township Action & Resources Delegated Sub Committee to determine. The Rochdale Township Funds are allocated to projects that benefit the Township’s community and environment, and realise the Township priorities. The Sub-Committee undertook monitoring and a review of the use of the Rochdale Township Funds to ensure continued efficient and effective use of those Funds.