Decisions

Decisions published

08/02/2019 - Traffic Signs Supply Contract 2019 ref: 10069    Recommendations Approved

The County Council currently purchases all Permanent and Temporary Road Signs through ESPO procured contracts. These contracts come to an end on the 31st March 2019. The current contracts are unwieldy and in need of a complete refresh to make them workable. ESPO was not willing to undertake this work at a reasonable price so it was decided to carry out this work in-house. The new framework contracts are intended to start on1st April and will be for two years with potential extensions to four years.

Decision Maker: Director of Environment and Transport

Decision published: 15/04/2019

Effective from: 08/02/2019

Decision:

To appoint the following companies to the Traffic Signs Supply Contract 2019:
Lot 1 – Permanent Traffic Signs – Hirst Signs Ltd, Mallatite Ltd, Nuneaton Signs Ltd, Tennants UK Ltd
Lot 2 – Temporary Traffic Signs – Barhale Construction PLC, Screenprint

Lead officer: Hayley Hudson


12/02/2019 - Reducing the national speed limit on Fenn Lanes & Wharf Lane, Sutton Cheney ref: 10068    Recommendations Approved

All County roads that are assigned the national speed limit have been reviewed to identify those with an accident rate higher than the national average. As a result of this review, Fenn Lanes and Wharf Lane have been identified to have a total number of accidents above the national average. Therefore, in order to increase general safety and reduce the accident rate, the County Council proposed to reduce the speed limit from 60mph to 50mph.

Decision Maker: Director of Environment and Transport

Decision published: 21/03/2019

Effective from: 12/02/2019

Decision:

To reduce the current national speed limit on Fenn Lanes and Wharf Lane, Sutton Cheney.

Lead officer: Hayley Hudson


05/02/2019 - Extending the existing waiting restrictions on The Uplands & Navigation Close, Melton Mowbray and changing existing no waiting restrictions on The Uplands & Dalby Road junction, Melton Mowbray ref: 10067    Recommendations Approved

As part of the Ian Hardwick Ltd planning conditions and in the interests of road safety, the developer has requested an extension to the existing waiting restrictions on The Uplands and Navigation Close, Melton Mowbray. This is to reduce the impact of potentially obstructive on-street parking and to benefit safety for all road users at this location.
Leicestershire County Council also recommended changing the existing restrictions of “No waiting 8am to 6pm” to “No waiting at Any Time” on The Uplands and Dalby Road junction, Melton Mowbray.

Decision Maker: Director of Environment and Transport

Decision published: 21/03/2019

Effective from: 05/02/2019

Decision:

To implement a scheme to extend the existing waiting restrictions on The Uplands and Navigation Close, Melton Mowbray. Also, to change the existing restrictions of “No waiting 8am to 6pm” to “No Waiting at Any Time” on The Uplands and Dalby Road junction, Melton Mowbray.

Lead officer: Hayley Hudson


31/01/2019 - Recovery of unpaid Penalty Charge Notices (PNCs) for the County Council ref: 10066    Recommendations Approved

Business case for a month-by-month extension of current contractual arrangements whilst a new contract is procured.

Decision Maker: Director of Environment and Transport

Decision published: 21/03/2019

Effective from: 31/01/2019

Decision:

To directly award a short-term contract for the recovery of unpaid Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) for the County Council.

Lead officer: Hayley Hudson


29/01/2019 - Highways Delivery to undertake Traffic Signing Works for Stoney Stanton Parish Council. ref: 10065    Recommendations Approved

To support commercial trading, bring in additional income from third party works and demonstrate value for money from the in-house provider.

Decision Maker: Director of Environment and Transport

Decision published: 21/03/2019

Effective from: 29/01/2019

Decision:

To enter into a sub-contract agreement for Highways Delivery to undertake 'Traffic signing works' for Stoney Stanton Parish Council.

Lead officer: Hayley Hudson