Decision Maker: Director: Place, Planning & Regeneration
Decision published: 08/01/2019
Effective from: 08/01/2019
Bracknell is in the process of rebuilding its
Multi Modal Transport Model to be used to inform on the impact of
both transport and development proposals within the Bracknell
administrative area. To date the model has been used successfully
to support the Council’s growth programme. The Site
Allocations Plan was adopted in full in 2013 and work on the new
comprehensive Local Plan is now underway. In addition to this, the
model has been used to develop successful business cases that have
secured approximately £25m towards transport infrastructure
through various Government funding initiatives.
The DfT's WebTag guidance requires us to rebuild the Bracknell Forest Multi-Modal Transport Model (BFMMTM) every five to six years in order for it to remain robust and reliable enough to continue supporting the Council's Local Plan and infrastructure improvement programmes. Therefore to assist in the development of the new model, we need to commission transport consultants to assist us in taking this major project forward
Lead officer: Andrew Hunter
To consider the introduction and removal of
disabled parking bays in various residential roads in Old
Bracknell, Harmans Water, Bullbrook, Crown Wood, Great Hollands
South And Priestwood & Garth
Decision Maker: Executive Member for Planning & Transport
Decision published: 07/01/2019
Effective from: 15/01/2019
i. The formal objections received during the statutory consultation process
and the corresponding Officer comments are noted.
ii. The position with regard to local ward Members comments received during
the informal consultation process are noted.
iii. The Borough Solicitor be authorised to bring the Disabled Parking Spaces Order into effect.
Wards affected: Bullbrook; Crown Wood; Great Hollands South; Harmans Water; Old Bracknell; Priestwood and Garth;
Lead officer: Nick Rose
This introduces the Bracknell Town Centre 2032
Vision looking forward through the next fifteen years with the
intention to help stimulate future discussion and broaden public
awareness in advance of any formal consideration of place shaping
policy, strategy and development proposals.
Decision Maker: Executive Member for Economic Development & Regeneration
Decision published: 03/01/2019
Effective from: 11/01/2019
The publication of the Bracknell Town Centre Vision 2032 is approved.
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Lead officer: Chris Mansfield
To receive the outcomes of the period of
representation and decide on the proposal to amalgamate Ascot Heath
Infant and Ascot Heath CE Junior Schools into a new Primary School
with effect from 1 September 2019.
Decision Maker: Executive Member for Children, Young People & Learning
Decision published: 02/01/2019
Effective from: 10/01/2019
That, having regard to the outcomes of the formal consultation, both for and against the amalgamation proposal
1 The proposal to close Ascot Heath CE Junior School and extend the age range of Ascot Heath Infant School be agreed; and,
2 Once the Primary School is established, the Council will work with the Governing Body and the Diocese to undertake another consultation with the local community to ensure that all parents have an opportunity to express their thoughts about potential Voluntary Controlled church status.
Lead officer: Graham Symonds