PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS COMMITTEE HAS NOW BEEN DISBANDED
Following approval at Full Council on 11 December 2012, the Leader has now delegated to the Cabinet Member for Community Infrastructure the majority of the decision making functions of the Area Joint Committees. Part 3B of the Constitution, The Cabinet and the Leader's Scheme of Delegation, details the specific delegation.
Link to Part 3B of the Council's Constitution
The Terms of Reference for the Huntingdonshire Traffic Management Area Joint Committee prior to 11 December 2012 are included below for reference only
To exercise, within the context of the policies of the two authorities and the budget delegated to it by the two authorities, the powers of each authority, on the following issues within the area of the District:
Traffic management, including:
Consideration of the results of consultation about particularly sensitive or wide ranging traffic regulation proposals.
Determining objections to advertised traffic regulation proposals.
Determining the priorities for local minor improvements
Consideration of on-street parking charges.
Determining the detail for crossing facilities.Consideration of initiatives to assist people with mobility impairment.
Consideration of local road safety issues
Revoking or varying any highway development line.
Approving detailed design and consultation arrangements for improvement schemes costing between £35k and £500k (or greater value if specifically delegated by the County Council’s Cabinet).
Monitoring the performance of the Highways and Access Directorate.
Determining the priorities for the local jointly funded cycleways programme.
To advise on local air quality strategies and action plans.
**To discuss specific matters of mutual concern identified by the Area Joint Committee in relation to strategic land use planning (including regional planning guidance, Structure Plans and Local Plans)+, transportation planning*, air quality*, supported bus services*, significant developments and economic development policy.
[*In Huntingdonshire only these specific matters apply]
[** This paragraph does not apply to the South Cambridgeshire AJC]
[+ These matters do not apply to the East Cambridgeshire AJC]
To report to the County Council’s Cabinet and to the appropriate District’s Executive as necessary.
To address other matters specifically delegated by the two authorities from time to time.
A decision taken by the Committee under delegated powers may be subject to reconsideration by a constituent authority where it conflicts with the agreed policies/budget of that authority.