Decisions

Use the search options below to find information regarding recent decisions that have been taken by the Council’s Cabinet and Lead Members, and delegated decisions taken by officers.

Upcoming decisions of the Cabinet and Lead Members can be viewed in the Council’s Forward Plan, which is updated every month.

Decisions involving the procurement of goods or services can also be viewed on the Local Government Transparency Code For Contracts and Purchase Orders Over £5k webpage.

Decisions published

24/01/2023 - Corporate Office Estate New lease ref: 1847    Recommendations Approved

New Lease for St Marks House, Eastbourne

Decision Maker: Lead Member for Resources and Climate Change

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Lead Member for Resources and Climate Change

Decision published: 24/01/2023

Effective from: 31/01/2023

Decision:

68.1     The Lead Member considered a report by the Chief Operating Officer.

 

DECISIONS

 

68.2     The Lead Member RESOLVED to:

 

1) approve the proposed ‘agreement for a lease’ and new lease terms of St Mark’s House, Eastbourne; and

 

2) delegate authority to the Chief Operating Officer to approve the final lease negotiations; the signing and completion by the Council of the lease to the Property; any agreement for lease and related documentation; to take any other actions considered appropriate to give effect to the above to secure best value in accordance with the Local Government Act 1999.

 

REASONS

 

68.3     To allow for continuation of corporate use of St Mark’s House for the Children's Services Department and their partnerships.

Divisions affected: Eastbourne - Upperton;

Lead officer: Zoe Tweed


24/01/2023 - Scrutiny Review of Use of Digital and Technology in Adult Social Care and Health - Report of the People Scrutiny Committee ref: 1845    Recommendations Approved

To consider the final report of the People Scrutiny Committee review of the use of digital and technology in ASCH.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Cabinet

Decision published: 24/01/2023

Effective from: 31/01/2023

Decision:

39.1     The Cabinet considered a report by the Assistant Chief Executive and a report by the Director of Adult Social Care and Health with observations on the Scrutiny Committee’s report.

39.2     It was RESOLVED to:

1)         note and welcome the report of the Scrutiny Committee;

2)         recommend the County Council to welcome the report of the scrutiny Committee and to agree the response of the Director of Adult Social Care to the recommendations and their implementation as set out in the action plan attached as Appendix 1 to the Director’s report.

Reason

39.3     The Scrutiny review has been welcomed as it provided an opportunity to review the use of digital and technology in Adult Social Care and Health.

Lead officer: Beth McGhee


24/01/2023 - Annual Accounts for Lewes Public Library and Museum Charitable Trust ref: 1846    Recommendations Approved

Requirement to report annually to Cabinet in line with the current practice where the County Council is a Corporate Trustee.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Cabinet

Decision published: 24/01/2023

Effective from: 31/01/2023

Decision:

40.1     The Cabinet considered a report by the Director of Communities, Economy and Transport.

40.2     It was RESOLVED to:

1)         note the final note the final accounts for 2021/22 for the Lewes Public Library and Museum Charitable Trust; and

2)         note that there are no issues that require any further action by the County Council as the Corporate Trustee.

Reason

40.3     The report fulfils the requirement for the annual accounts for the Lewes Public Library and Museum Charitable Trust to be submitted to the Cabinet.

Divisions affected: Lewes;

Lead officer: Samantha McManus


24/01/2023 - Reconciling Policy, Performance and Resources: draft Council Plan 23/24, Revenue Budget and Capital Programme ref: 1842    Recommendations Approved

To ask Cabinet to (i) approve the draft Council Plan, Council Tax levels, Revenue Budget, Capital Programme for 2023/24 for recommendation to the County Council (including Savings Proposals, Equality Impact Assessment, Engagement and Scrutiny feedback) and (ii) agree to the investment in and implementation of the Family Safeguarding model.

 

 

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Cabinet

Decision published: 24/01/2023

Effective from: 31/01/2023

Decision:

36.1     The Cabinet considered a report by the Chief Executive together with a summary of the consultation meeting held with Trade Unions which was received after publication of the Cabinet agenda.

 

36.2     It was RESOLVED to recommend the County Council to:

 

1)         Approve in principle the draft Council Plan 2023/24 at Appendix 1 and authorise the Chief Executive to finalise the Plan in consultation with the relevant Lead Members;

2)         Increase Council Tax by 2.99% in 2023/24;

3)         Increase the Adult Social Care Precept by 2% in 2023/24;

4)         Issue precepts to be paid by Borough and District Councils in accordance with the agreed schedule of instalments at Appendix 5 (Draft);

5)         Approve the net Revenue Budget estimate of £501.4m for 2023/24 set out in Appendix 2 (Medium Term Financial Plan) and Appendix 3 (Draft) (Budget Summary) and authorise the Chief Executive, in consultation with the Chief Finance Officer, Leader and Deputy Leader, to make adjustments to the presentation of the Budget Summary to reflect the final settlement and final budget decisions;

6)         Agree the Reserves Policy set out in Appendix 6;

7)         Approve the Capital Strategy and Programme at Appendix 8;

8)         Note progress with the Council Plan and Budget 2022/23 since quarter 2 set out in section 4;

9)         Note the Medium Term Financial Plan forecast for 2023/24 to 2025/26, set out in Appendix 2;

10)       Note the comments of the Chief Finance Officer on budget risks and robustness, as set out in Appendix 6;

11)       Note the comments from engagement exercises set out in Appendix 7; and

12)       Note the schedule of fees and charges that have increased above 4% at Appendix 9.

 

Reason

 

36.3     Based on a firm foundation of sound financial management over many years, and with additional Government funding for the coming year, the Council can again offer service stability for our residents.  Whilst the additional national funding is welcome, it is short term, with uncertainty about the level and distribution of funding in future years. Coupled with major reforms to key services, the implications of which remain unclear, this creates significant risk and uncertainty for the future and we must continue to do all we can now to prepare for the demands ahead.

36.4     There is continued reliance on raising funding for core pressures, particularly growing demand in adult social care, through local Council Tax which is unrelated to social care need and unsustainable.In this context we must again ask local people to contribute more to protect services for the most vulnerable for the future.This recommendation is not made lightly, given the current pressures on household budgets, but it is essential if we are to protect services for the years to come.Support will continue to be available through local Council Tax Support Schemes for those residents eligible and we will continue to work with partners to signpost residents to sources of support with the cost of living, including access to benefits they may be entitled to.

 

36.5     The budget presented is for one year, with significant uncertainty remaining about the outlook beyond this. Looking further ahead, we still face a significant gap between the funding we currently expect to have and the cost of providing our services as well as the undefined impacts of reforms. The proposals set out in the report put us in the best position we can to manage this situation and maintain our support to residents, particularly the most vulnerable children and adults, as well as making provision for investment to help manage future demand in Children’s Services and achieve the best possible outcomes for families.

36.6     In this context, we will need to continue to work with our local, regional and national partners to highlight the specific needs of East Sussex and to press for fair and sustainable allocation of funding that enables us to continue to meet the needs of our residents. Core to this is a requirement for Government to ensure sustainable, needs-based funding for growth in demand. Until this is delivered our medium term financial position will remain very challenging. Lobbying to ensure that our residents and businesses have what they need to be successful in the future will be fundamental to achieving a strong recovery from current economic challenges and reducing the need for County Council support and services in future. 

Lead officer: Claire Lee


24/01/2023 - Treasury Management Strategy 2023/24 ref: 1843    Recommendations Approved

To consider the Treasury Management Strategy for 2023/24. This includes setting the Prudential Indicators as set out in the Prudential Code and approving the Minimum Revenue Provision Policy Statement and Annual Investment Strategy for 2022/23

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Cabinet

Decision published: 24/01/2023

Effective from: 31/01/2023

Decision:

37.1     The Cabinet considered a report by the Chief Operating Officer.

37.2     It was RESOLVED to recommend the County Council to:

1)         approve the Treasury Management Policy and Strategy Statement for 2023/24;

2)         approve the Annual Investment Strategy for 2023/24;

3)         approve the Prudential and Treasury Indicators 2023/24 to 2025/26;

4)         approve the Minimum Revenue Provision (MRP) Policy Statement 2023/24 at Appendix A (Section 3).

Reason

37.3     This policy sets out the acceptable limits on ratings, investment periods, amounts to be invested and the borrowing strategy. The financial position is kept under constant review and if at any time it is felt that any of these limits represent an unacceptable risk appropriate and immediate action will be taken accordingly.

Divisions affected: (All Divisions);

Lead officer: Ian Gutsell


24/01/2023 - Corporate Climate Emergency Plan ref: 1844    Recommendations Approved

To consider an updated Corporate Emergency Plan

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 24/01/2023 - Cabinet

Decision published: 24/01/2023

Effective from: 31/01/2023

Decision:

38.1     The Cabinet considered a report by the Director of Communities, Economy and Transport and the Chief Operating Officer.

38.2     It was RESOLVED to:

1) agree the final draft of the corporate Climate Emergency Plan as set out in appendix 1; and

2) agree the draft summary version of the Climate Emergency Plan as set out in appendix 2.

Reason

38.3     In October 2019 the County Council set a target of achieving carbon neutrality from its activities as soon as possible and in any event by 2050. In June 2020 Cabinet approved a corporate climate emergency action plan for 2020-22. In 2021-22 Cabinet agreed an additional £9.9m to address corporate climate change up to March 2025. The report covers an updated corporate Climate Emergency Plan covering 2023-25. The final draft of the Climate Emergency Plan is set out in Appendix 1 of the report and a summary version is set out in Appendix 2 of the report.

Divisions affected: (All Divisions);

Lead officer: Andy Arnold


27/01/2023 - The East Sussex (A2101 Albert Road, Hastings, A28 Brede Hill, Brede / Brede Road, Westfield, A268 Landgate / Tower Street, Rye, C296 Military Road, Rye & C27 Powdermill Lane, Battle)(Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2023 ref: 1841    Recommendations Approved

To allow East Sussex Highways to carry out works, East Sussex County Council have made an Order under Sections 14(1) and 15(1)(b) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, which will temporarily close the following lengths of road;

Decision Maker: Director of Communities, Economy and Transport

Decision published: 20/01/2023

Effective from: 27/01/2023

Decision:

Temporary Road Closures - between 19:00hrs and 06:00hrs
Albert Road - from the junction with A259 Denmark Place to the junction with A2101 Queens Road.
Restriction is anticipated to be in place for one night between 10 & 16 February 2023.

Diversion via A259 Denmark Place / Fountain roundabout / Breeds Place / Pelham Place / Marine Parade / East Parade / East Beach Street / The Bourne / Old London Road / C551 Priory Road – C457 Mount Pleasant Road - C215 Elphinstone Road - A2101 Queens Road and vice versa.

Brede Hill / Brede Road - from the junction with U6962 Doleham Lane to the junction with U6021 Stubb Lane.
Restriction is anticipated to be in place for one night between 7 & 13 February 2023.

Diversion via A28 Main Road / Church Lane / Westfield Lane - A21(T) Ebdens Hill / Kent Street / Whydown Hill - B2244 Tollgate Road / The Street / Sandrock Hill / Hawkhurst Road / Compasses – B2165 Cripps Corner Road - B2089 Catts Green / Whorne Woods / Tank Hill / Chitcombe Road - A28 Cackle Street and vice versa.

Landgate / Tower Street - from the junction with A268 Rye Hill to the junction with U6433 Rope Walk.
Restriction is anticipated to be in place for one night between 6 & 28 February 2023.

Diversion via A268 Cinque Ports Street - Wish Street - A259(T) Strand Quay - A268 Fishmarket Road.

Military Road - from the junction with A268 Rye Hill to the junction with U6435 North Salts.
Restriction is anticipated to be in place for one night between 6 & 10 February 2023.

Diversion via A268 Rye Hill / Fishmarket Road - A259(T) New Road / Guldeford Road / Folkstone Road / Guldeford Lane / Rye Road / Brookland bypass / Straight Lane - B2080 Rhee Wall / Rhee Wall Road / Station Road - C267 Military Road - C296 Military Road and vice versa.

Powdermill Lane - from the junction with A2100 Lower Lake to the junction with U6953 Telham Lane.
Restriction is anticipated to be in place for five nights between 13 & 21 March 2023.

Diversion via A2100 Lower Lake / Upper Lake / High Street - A271 North Trade Road / Beechdown Wood - B2204 Tellis Coppice / Horns Corner and vice versa

A safe route will be provided for pedestrians and vehicular access for residents and to properties maintained whenever possible.

The Order commences 31 January 2023 and lasts for a period of 18 months, or until works are completed, whichever is earlier. However, it is anticipated works will be undertaken as detailed above depending upon the weather conditions.

If you require further information telephone Network Management on 0345 60 80 193.

Lead officer: Rupert Clubb


17/01/2023 - Acquisition of property - Exceat Bridge Improvement Scheme ref: 1840    Recommendations Approved

Acquisition of the property will support progress towards planning requirements and delivery of the Exceat Bridge Replacement Project.

Decision Maker: Chief Operating Officer

Decision published: 17/01/2023

Effective from: 24/01/2023

Decision:

A decision was taken to approve The Heads of Terms for the freehold acquisition of a property in Exceat as set out in a report to the Chief Operating Officer and Director of Communities, Economy and Transport.
A further decision to delegate authority to the Assistant Director Property to negotiate detailed acquisition terms for the acquisition was also taken.

Lead officer: Ros Parker, Rupert Clubb


16/01/2023 - Petition: Traffic calming or speed reduction scheme in the Northampton Way/Norfolk Drive/Kent Road and Lincoln Close area of St Leonards on Sea ref: 1837    Recommendations Approved

Petition for traffic calming in the Northampton Way/Norfolk Drive/Kent Road and Lincoln Close area of St Leonards on Sea. A petition was submitted to the County Council on 11 October 2022 and needs to be considered by Lead Member for Transport & Environment.

Decision Maker: Lead Member for Transport and Environment

Made at meeting: 16/01/2023 - Lead Member for Transport and Environment

Decision published: 16/01/2023

Effective from: 21/01/2023

Decision:

53.1     The Lead Member considered a report by the Director of Communities, Economy and Transport, together with written representation from the Local Member, Councillor Phil Scott, outlining the Local Member’s and Lead Petitioner’s views on the report.

 

DECISIONS

 

53.2     The Lead Member RESOLVED to advise the petitioners that:

 

(1) A potential scheme to implement a traffic calming or speed reduction scheme in and around Kent Road has been assessed through the approved High Level Sift process and is not a priority for the County Council at the present time; and

 

(2) Petitioners may wish to consider taking a potential scheme forward through Community Match. A Feasibility Study (at a cost of £500) and speed data (at a cost of £422 per site) would be required prior to a Community Match application.

 

REASONS

 

53.3     A scheme to implement traffic calming or speed reduction measures in the Kent Road area of St Leonards is not presently a priority for funding from the County Council’s budget.

 

53.4     Appropriate improvements could be considered should an alternative source of income become available or an application through Community Match is successful.

Divisions affected: Hastings - Hollington and Wishing Tree;

Lead officer: Victoria Bartholomew


16/01/2023 - Petition: To create a 30mph zone with safe road crossings on the A272 at Piltdown ref: 1836    Recommendations Approved

To decide on the response to the petition to create a 30mph zone on the roads between the village gateways at Piltdown.

Decision Maker: Lead Member for Transport and Environment

Made at meeting: 16/01/2023 - Lead Member for Transport and Environment

Decision published: 16/01/2023

Effective from: 21/01/2023

Decision:

52.1     The Lead Member considered a report by the Director of Communities, Economy and Transport together with a letter from Fletching Parish Council.

 

52.2     Ms Amanda Abraham, the Lead Petitioner for the petition calling on the County Council to create a 30mph zone with safe road crossings on the A272 at Piltdown spoke to highlight safety concerns for pedestrians crossing the road and school children who catch the bus from bus stops on the A272.

 

DECISIONS

 

52.3     The Lead Member RESOLVED to advise the petitioners that:

 

(1) The A272 at Piltdown does not meet the criteria for a 30mph speed limit as set out in speed limit policy PS05/02;

 

(2) A scheme to introduce walk and cycle ways and safe crossing solutions does not meet the benchmark score for consideration within a future Capital Programme; and 

 

(3) The petitioners may wish to contact Fletching Parish Council to determine their interest in a community funded scheme to improve pedestrian and cycling facilities in Piltdown.

 

REASONS

 

52.4     The A272 between the white village gateways at Piltdown does not meet the criteria for a 30mph speed limit and the existing 40mph and 50mph speed limits are the most appropriate for the road environment.

 

52.5     Sites are identified where at least four personal injury crashes have occurred in the latest three-years within a 25-metre radius in urban areas and a 50-metre radius in rural areas. The latest crash record does not identify any location on the A272 at Piltdown that meets these criteria. Previous assessments of the rural A and B-class road network have not identified the A272 at Piltdown as being a priority for further investigation.

 

52.6     Appropriate improvements could be considered should an alternative source of funding become available or an application through Community Match is successful.

 

52.7     It was noted that Fletching Parish Council has agreed to undertake the feasibility study at a cost of £500 required prior to a Community Match application.

Divisions affected: Maresfield and Buxted;

Lead officer: Michael Higgs


16/01/2023 - London Road Corridor Improvements - Phase 2 - Buckhurst Place ref: 1838    Recommendations Approved

To consider responses to the stakeholder and public consultations on the proposed Town Hall Square Public Realm Improvements as part of the wider London Road pedestrian improvement scheme and seek approval to progress the scheme to detailed design and construction.

Decision Maker: Lead Member for Transport and Environment

Made at meeting: 16/01/2023 - Lead Member for Transport and Environment

Decision published: 16/01/2023

Effective from: 21/01/2023

Decision:

54.1     The Lead Member considered a report by the Director of Communities, Economy and Transport together with written questions from Councillor Paul Redstone which were answered in the meeting.

 

DECISIONS

 

54.2     The Lead Member RESOLVED to:

 

(1) Note the comments of the local consultation and subsequent discussions with Rother District Council regarding the inter-relationship between the Town Hall Square proposals and the District Council’s Town Hall campus redevelopment proposals; and;

 

(2) Approve that Option A – removal of the Town Hall Square gyratory and creation of a priority junction between London Road and Buckhurst Place - to be taken forward to detailed design and construction as part of the 2023/24 Capital Programme for Local Transport Improvements

 

REASONS

 

54.3     The London Road corridor scheme forms part of the wider Hastings Bexhill Movement and Access Package and seeks to improve the pedestrian environment, including the public realm, and traffic management in this part of Bexhill. The scheme would be delivered using Local Growth Fund monies, as well as £300,000 Community Infrastructure Levy funding from Rother District Council.

 

54.4     Whilst the removal of the gyratory received a mixed response during the public consultation, it will deliver an attractive public realm that will provide a safe space for people to meet, encouraging people to come into the town more often and spend more time there.

Divisions affected: Bexhill South;

Lead officer: Andrew Keer


13/01/2023 - Agreement of final terms of disposal of freehold land - site of Pinehill, Mount Denys and Ridgeway now know collectively as St Helens Down site to preferred purchaser ref: 1839    Recommendations Approved

To agree terms following negotiation with preferred purchaser for sale of St Helens Down site.

Decision Maker: Chief Operating Officer

Decision published: 16/01/2023

Effective from: 13/01/2023

Decision:

Agreement of final terms of disposal of freehold land - site of Pinehill, Mount Denys and Ridgeway now know collectively as St Helens Down site to preferred purchaser. Following negotiation, final terms for the sale of the property have been agreed by the Chief Operating Officer as delegated by the Lead Member for Resources and Climate Change decision dated 26 July 2022.

Lead officer: Ros Parker


20/01/2023 - The East Sussex (A26 Cuilfail Tunnel & A26 Southerham Road, Lewes) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic & Temporary Layby Closure) Order 2022 ref: 1835    Recommendations Approved

To allow East Sussex Highways to undertake routine maintenance works, East Sussex County Council have made an Order under Sections 14(1) and 15(1)(b) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, which will temporarily close the Cuilfail Tunnel to all through traffic overnight as follows:-

Decision Maker: Director of Communities, Economy and Transport

Decision published: 13/01/2023

Effective from: 20/01/2023

Decision:

Temporary Road Closure – Cuilfail Tunnel
From 20:00hrs to 06:00hrs between 23 & 28 January 2023

Temporary Layby Closure
To facilitate these works it will also be necessary to close the layby, south of the Cuilfail Tunnel as follows;
A26 Southerham Road - from a point 88 metres south of the Cuilfail Tunnel, southwards for a distance of 75 metres. This will be in place from 09:00hrs on the Thursday before the closure until 17:00hrs on the Monday after the closure.

A diversion route for through traffic will be signed and maintained for the duration of the works northbound via A27 Southerham roundabout - A27 Lewes bypass to Ashcombe roundabout - A275 Brighton Road - A277 Lewes High Street - A2029 Market Street – A2029 North Street - A2029 Little East Street - A26 Phoenix Causeway & southbound via northern end of Cuilfail Tunnel - A26 Phoenix Causeway - U5140 Malling Street - U5143 South Street.

The Order commenced 10 June 2022 and lasts for a period of 18 months, it is anticipated the restrictions will be in place for the duration stated above.

If you require further information telephone Network Management on 0345 60 80 193.

Lead officer: Rupert Clubb


20/01/2023 - The East Sussex (U7342 Church Road, Polegate)(Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2023 ref: 1834    Recommendations Approved

To allow SGN to carry out works, East Sussex County Council have made an Order under Sections 14(1) and 15(1)(b) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, which will temporarily close the following length of road;

Decision Maker: Director of Communities, Economy and Transport

Decision published: 13/01/2023

Effective from: 20/01/2023

Decision:

Temporary Road Closure
Church Road - from its junction with C40 High Street to no.15

A safe route will be provided for pedestrians and vehicular access for residents and to properties maintained whenever possible with an alternative route for through traffic via U7342 Church Road/St John’s Road – C40 High Street and vice versa.

The Order commences 23 January 2023 and lasts for a period of 18 months, or until works are completed, whichever is earlier. However, it is anticipated works will be undertaken between 23 January and 24 February 2023 depending upon the weather conditions.

If you require further information telephone Network Management on 0345 60 80 193.

Lead officer: Rupert Clubb


20/01/2023 - The East Sussex (A267 Horam Road, Horam)(Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2023 ref: 1833    Recommendations Approved

To allow BT Openreach to carry out works, East Sussex County Council have made an Order under Sections 14(1) and 15(1)(b) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, which will temporarily close the following length of road;

Decision Maker: Director of Communities, Economy and Transport

Decision published: 13/01/2023

Effective from: 20/01/2023

Decision:

Temporary Road Closure
Horam Road - from its junction with C114 Chiddingly Road to Gamelands Lodge.

A safe route will be provided for pedestrians and vehicular access for residents and to properties maintained whenever possible with an alternative route for through traffic via A267 Horam Road/Little London Road/Cross In Hand/Mayfield Road/Heathfield Road – A272 Summer Hill/Main Road/Curtains Hill/The Toll/Pound Green/High Street/Station Road/Lephams Bridge Road/Buxted Road/Budletts Lane/London Road – A26 Budletts roundabout/Uckfield bypass – A22 Blackdown roundabout/Uckfield bypass/Eastbourne Road/East Hoathly bypass/South Street/Whitesmith/Holmes Hill/Golden Cross/The Dicker – A267 New North Street/North Street/Eastbourne Road.

The Order commences 23 January 2023 and lasts for a period of 18 months, or until works are completed, whichever is earlier. However, it is anticipated works will be undertaken from 22:00hrs on 23 January to 05:00hrs on 24 January 2023 depending upon the weather conditions.

If you require further information telephone Network Management on 0345 60 80 193.

Lead officer: Rupert Clubb


13/01/2023 - The East Sussex (A277 High Street, Lewes) (Temporary Prohibition of Waiting & Temporary No Loading/Unloading) Order 2023 ref: 1832    Recommendations Approved

To allow East Sussex Highways to accommodate a temporary bus stand, East Sussex County Council have made an Order under Sections 14(1) and 15(1)(b) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, which will temporarily impose restrictions on the following length of road:

Decision Maker: Director of Communities, Economy and Transport

Decision published: 12/01/2023

Effective from: 13/01/2023

Decision:

Temporary Prohibition of Waiting & Temporary No Loading/Unloading “At Any Time”
High Street - south side – from no.13 to no.19 High Street

The Order commences 19 January 2023 and lasts for a period of 18 months, or until relocation of the bus stand is completed, whichever is earlier.

If you require further information telephone Network Management on 0345 60 80 193

Lead officer: Rupert Clubb