Council Meeting 24th September 2019

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Extract of the Agenda for the 24th September 2019 

10.3 REPORTS OF COMMITTEES …………………………………………………………………. 46

NORTH COTTESLOE PRIMARY SCHOOL TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMITTEE – 9

SEPTEMBER 2019 ………………………………………………………………………… 46

10.3.1 KISS AND DROP COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT …………………………………. 46

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The committee is due to consider concepts at a Committee Meeting in early March 2019.

Formal consultation will be undertaken with the community once a concept has been finalised.

Extract from  NORTH COTTESLOE PRIMARY SCHOOL TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMITTEE

6th February 2019

(unconfirmed at the time of writing)

That the North Cottesloe Primary School Traffic Safety Committee resolves:

  1. The revised concept plan design be amended to include the following:
    1. The possibility of including an extended lower speed zone to Grant Street;
    2. Adding an additional Stage 2 to the Project with consideration of traffic

      calming to Grant Street;

    3. Aligning the footpath on the Western Side to ensure the best

      environmental and designing out crime outcomes; and,

    4. Connection of the footpath on the Western Side from Eric to GrantStreet.
  2. The Project Delivery Plan be updated to include funding opportunities and a revised timetable
  3. The committee reconvene in 3 weeks on 26 February 2019 to review the updated revised concept plan and other documentation

Assessment report) to be provided for public consultation and, as if appropriate, approve the following:

a. Advertisement of the revised concept design for public consultation;
b. Progressoftherevisedconcepttopreliminarydesign;and
c. Subject to point 3(a) and (b), incorporate community feedback to finalise the design for Council approval and tender.

BACKGROUND

At the July 2017 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council rejected the initial design that involved the removal of Norfolk Island Pines. A revised concept has since been developed.

At the June 2018 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council accepted and resolved to advertise the amended concept design for broad public consultation before developing detailed design drawings for approval.