Local Highway Improvement funding

The Local Highways Improvement (LHI) programme covers all districts in Cambridgeshire and invites any groups or organisations that represent the local community to apply for funding. The schemes are community driven and give local people the opportunity to put forward proposals for highway improvements in their area.

The schemes are delivered by the County Council on a joint funded basis and applicants can apply for funding of up to either £25,000 for complex projects or £10,000 for non-complex projects, as a contribution to their scheme. The applicant is expected to provide a minimum contribution of 10% towards the total scheme cost.

Complex applications will be assessed by the relevant area member panel with technical input from officers, however non-complex applications will be assessed using a prioritisation matrix developed by a member working group so officers can score and rank the applications accordingly against set criteria.

Due to the popularity of this initiative, applications are limited as follows:

  • Parish councils - one bid per parish.
  • Town councils - one bid per county council division in the town.
  • Cambridge City - five bids per county council division.
  • Community groups - one additional application, per respective parish, town, or city, (this does not apply to Cambridge City). This application should be applied for in the same way and needs to evidence the support of the locally elected member/s before submitting.

Preparing an application

Firstly, take a look at the highway measures we offer that may help address the issue you are experiencing or may benefit your local area. You should be able to clearly identify the objective of your application, describing in detail the location and the highway issue you are trying to solve or why an improvement is needed.

Please note the LHI initiative is solely for work on the public highway. Proposals for work on unadopted roads or private land will not be accepted.

Is your application complex or non-complex?

The complex projects are primarily those which will include physical traffic calming measures such as -

  • Raised features, speed cushions, road humps or speed tables
  • Central islands
  • Priority build outs
  • Pedestrian crossings such as zebra crossings
  • Footpaths
  • Cycle paths.

The non-complex projects are those which involve improvements other than the physical traffic calming measures listed above, and include -

  • Parking restrictions, for example double or single yellow lines
  • Street lighting
  • Speed limits, for example 40mph buffer zones.
  • Passive calming measures such as village gateways, signs and road markings
  • Mobile Vehicle Activated Signs, (MVAS).

Once you have decided what type of scheme you will be applying for, you will be asked to complete an online application form. This form asks you to provide information specific to your application, confirm you have the support of your local elected member (CMIS website) and that you have informally consulted on your requested improvement with those who will be directly affected should your submission be successful.

It is very important to consult with those who could be impacted by your requested improvement at the pre-application stage to prevent your application being withdrawn at a later stage in the process, especially if it becomes evident local stakeholder support for your requested improvement isn’t forthcoming.

How to complete the online application form

Your scheme should meet the aims of the LHI initiative as set out below. You will be asked to demonstrate how your scheme fulfils these criteria on the application form. It is important to provide as much relevant information as possible.

The following interactive map provides information which you will need to include in your application including current accident data. You can also make sure that your requested improvement is on the public highway.

(If the map does not load, please view it on the MapsCambridgeshire website.)

1. Does your application address a known safety issue?

Evidence should be provided that demonstrates that there is an existing safety issue or problem. This can be with reference to -

  • Existing recorded accident data which can be found on our website
  • Anecdotal evidence of accidents including reference to photographs or emails where an injury accident may not have occurred

2. Could the suggested scheme increase safety for highway users?

Evidence should be provided in the application of how the scheme will make it safer for different user groups. Specific reference should be made to the expected safety improvements the requested changes will have for groups such as pedestrians, cyclists, or vulnerable users.

An example could include the installation of speed cushions outside a primary school to reduce vehicle speeds in an area with a high number of vulnerable users, or the installation of parking restrictions to prevent vehicles parking too close to a junction and increase visibility for those seeking to cross the road.

3. Could the suggested scheme contribute positively to public health?

Your application should detail the expected increase in safety because of your improvement being installed for users of non-motorised forms of transport.

For example, you could refer to or highlight how your proposal would encourage an uptake in healthy activities such as walking, cycling, and horse-riding. Improvements could include areas of widened foot or cycle path, warning signs making it safer for horse riders or cyclists to use a section of road, or a pedestrian crossing linking two areas of a village and providing a safe place for people to cross.

4. Does the application have demonstrable local support?

Does the wider community, particularly those directly affected, support this scheme proposal? How important is this issue on a local level? Evidence that your proposal is supported by the local community including your local county councillor , along with the level of local consultation that has been carried out.

For example, you should provide a detailed summary of what consultation you have undertaken to date, for example a parish newsletter, online survey, or presentation at a council meeting. You will need to satisfy those scoring your application that should it be successful local stakeholders will be in support of the scheme and are aware of what has been applied for.

5. Could the scheme potentially lead to any localised environmental improvements?  

Examples of this could include but aren't limited to the following: an anticipated improvement in air quality near a school, an expected reduction in noise pollution, or a positive reduction in vehicle speeds.

Further scoring criteria

In addition to the above five criteria your application will also be assessed on how deliverable your project is perceived to be based on your requested improvement, and how fully the above criteria has been answered in your submission.

Your application will also be weighted and scored on the total cost of your project using a population versus applicant contribution matrix. Therefore, you will need to provide the population of the area you are applying on behalf of as part of your application. This should be based on indicative parish population estimates (Cambridgeshire Insight website)

Read the document below for more information.

Example Prioritisation Matrix and Member Scoring Sheet1.21MBpdf
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Applying

Please note the LHI application window closes at 5pm on Friday 6 January 2023.

Example of the Local Highway Improvement Initiative Application Form

Local Highway Improvement Initiative Application Form844KBpdf
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The indicative timeline for the 23/24 application window is as follows –

  • Application window opens – Monday 31 October 2022
  • Application window closes - Friday 6 January 2023 at 5pm
  • Prioritisation and feasibility studies undertaken – February to April 2023
  • Member panel meetings – May 2023
  • Report to committee including prioritised lists for approval - June 2023
  • Programming, design, and consultation with applicants - July 2023 to March 2024
  • Pricing and construction – March 2024 to August 2024.

What happens next?

This will depend on whether your application falls into the non-complex or complex category.

For non-complex applications the process will be as follows

  1. The applicant will submit a completed online LHI form
  2. Applications are then sifted by officers into either complex or non-complex projects
  3. Non-complex applications are reviewed on a district wide basis and assigned to individual officers to progress
  4. Officers will review their assigned non-complex applications and produces a high-level cost estimate for each application
  5. If needed officers will liaise with the applicant to confirm the exact amount the applicant will be contributing to the project if the estimated cost exceeds the amount the applicant has indicated they are able to contribute on their application form, or if anything about the application is unclear
  6. The officer group will reconvene to score all non-complex applications as a group for each district using the prioritisation matrix
  7. The non-complex scheme scores are then ranked for delivery up to budget available for the relevant district area and the prioritised list is shared with the LHI member working group to review and approve.

For complex applications your proposal will be as follows

  1. Applicant submits the completed online LHI form
  2. Countywide applications are sifted by officers into either complex or non-complex projects
  3. The complex applications are reviewed on a district wide basis and assigned to individual officers to progress. A road safety and policy review will also be undertaken with the Highway Project Team. Jointly officers will consider the options available that best meet the objectives of your application, including any solutions you have suggested
  4. The assigned officer will then review assigned complex applications individual in more detail. At this stage they may contact the applicant to discuss their application further if anything is unclear. Following this a draft feasibility report will be produced for each separate application
  5. The officer will then liaise with the applicant and share a copy of the feasibility report and budget estimate for the project. This will outline the agreed scheme objectives, extents, and key project risks
  6. The applicant will review the report. They will likely need to have the budget implications approved at a council meeting before formally approving the contents and the third-party contribution
  7. Once the feasibility report has been formally accepted by the applicant officers will produce a technical appraisal report in advance of the district member panel day. This will detail the costs and key project risks agreed with the applicant
  8. The member panel day will then take place. The complex applications will be presented by the applicants and district member panel will score the applications based on set criteria
  9. Once all the district member panel days are complete the complex project scores are collated and ranked by officers for delivery up to the budget available for relevant district area and presented to the Highways & Transport Committee for review and approval.

Delivery

If your application receives funding you will be asked to confirm in writing that you agree to provide your contribution and approve commencement of the scheme.

If we do not receive the above, or if circumstances have changed, we will reallocate funding to the next prioritised application.

You will be invoiced for your contribution to the scheme on completion of the works.

LHI delivery programme progress updates

  9 RED – Not delivered within the target completion date (financial year)
1 AMBER – Highlighted concerns regarding delivery by completion date
24 GREEN – On target to be delivered by completion date
Update as at 06.01.2022
CAMBRIDGE CITY WORKS PROGRAMME
Local Member Ward Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Carried Forward from 2018/19      
           
Total LHI Schemes 27      
Total Completed 26  
Total Outstanding 1
Richard Howitt Petersfield Great Northern Road Civils - Zebra crossing AMBER Works are ongoing. Beacons installed on site.
 
Local Member Ward Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Carried forward from 2021/22  
 
Total LHI Schemes 20
Total Completed 20
Total Outstanding 0
Richard Howitt Petersfield Cambridge Place Parking restrictions - Extend loading restriction into Cambridge Place though the narrow section. Add Diag 816 No Through Road sign. GREEN Work Complete
Alex Bulat Abbey Occupation Road Parking restrictions - Yellow lining to only allow parking on one side of the road to allow access for emergency vehicles. GREEN Work Complete
Richard Howitt Petersfield Union road Signs / Lines - Replace existing DYL waiting restriction with "School Keep Clear" marking with associated amendment to existing traffic order to run the length of school accesses. Refresh existing DYL markings on approaches, add 20 roundels and SLOW markings. GREEN Work Complete
Alex Bulat Abbey The Homing's Street lights - Exact amount of lights to be determined upon review and consultation, current allowance for 6 no. GREEN Work Complete
Elisa Meschini Kings Hedges Cameron Road Raised features - Installation of cushions to help reduce vehicle speeds in the vicinity of the Ship Pub. GREEN Work Complete
Alex Beckett Queen Edith's Hills Road Parking Restrictions - Double yellow lines for length of Hills Road access road - from 321 - 355 GREEN Work complete
Catherine Rae Castle Street Lights - Various Street Lights - 2 no locations around the ward (Garden Walk / Sherlock Road) which currently have significant areas of unlit path. GREEN Work complete
Catherine Rae Castle Huntingdon Road Signs / MVAS - Warning signs in advance of zebra crossing and MVAS unit. GREEN Work Complete
Neil Shailer Romsey Coldham's Ln MVAS unit. GREEN Work Complete
Gerri Bird Chesterton Fallowfield / May Way / Orchard Avenue Street lights - Various locations around Chesterton ward to improve lighting in existing dark spots. GREEN Work Complete
Richard Howitt Petersfield Saxon Street Access restriction - Provide diagram 619 with sub plate "Except for Access" with relevant legal order. Signs are not legally required to be lit as within a 20mph zone but should be considered as the signs might be very hard to distinguish in the dark. GREEN Work Complete
Catherine Rae Castle Albert St Civils - New surface water drainage system, and improvements to the entrance of Albert St off Chesterton Road including imprint paving, new signs and new lining. GREEN Works Complete
Elisa Meschini Kings Hedges Green End Road Parking restrictions - yellow lining to both sides of the road to allow access for vehicles and increase visibility. GREEN Work complete
Bryony Goodliffe Cherry Hinton Birdwood Rd Raised Features - Speed cushions GREEN Work complete
Alex Bulat Abbey Riverside Bridge Civils - Relocation of existing bollards and signs/lines to make it a clearer route for cyclists and pedestrians. GREEN Work Complete
Nick Gay Market Green Street Signs / lines - change to NMU route between certain hours of the day to create a pedestrian zone for majority of hours during day WITHDRAWN Following exploration of options there doesn't appear to be appetite to proceed locally at current time. Cllr Gay confirmed happy for the LHI be withdrawn.
Gerri Bird Chesterton Chestnut Grove Parking restrictions - DYL waiting restriction at junction GREEN Work complete
Neil Shailer Romsey Coldham's Ln 256 - 258 Civils - Installation of footpath gullies and resurfacing of footpath to remove standing water. GREEN Works Complete
Bryony Goodliffe Cherry Hinton Fishers Lane Parking restrictions - Double Yellow Lines. GREEN Work complete
Elisa Meschini Kings Hedges Nuffield Road MVAS / Signs / Lines - 20mph repeater and road markings as needed GREEN Work Complete
 
Local Member Ward Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Current Schemes for 2022/23  
 
Total LHI Schemes 13
Total Completed 1
Total Outstanding 12
N Shailer (Romsey) Romsey Coldham's Lane Signs / Lines - Installation of cold applied surfacing in cycle lanes to further highlight these to drivers GREEN Work Complete
N Shailer (Romsey) Romsey Mill Road Civils - Various junction improvements to highlight and protect cyclists. GREEN Order raised. Delivery during Feb 2023.
C Rae (Castle) Castle Benson / Canterbury and North Street Civils / Parking restrictions - double yellow lining, new textured road markings, GW feature and build out with planter. RED Feedback from Informal consultation fed back to Parish Council early January.
B Goodliffe (Cherry Hinton) Cherry Hinton Birdwood Rd Raised Features - Installation of recycled rubber speed cushions between Ward Road and Perne Road, where practicable. 5 sets of speed cushions to keep with a spacing of between 70 - 120m between sets. RED Awaiting Road Safety Audit.
G Bird (Chesterton) Chesterton Fen Road Civils & Raised features - cushions to be installed alongside 2no new priority build outs. RED Formal consultation to complete January 2023.
B Goodliffe (Cherry Hinton) Cherry Hinton Hayster Road Parking restrictions - DYL's at various junctions RED Progressing to formal consultation in January 2023.
A Bulat (Abbey) Abbey Meadowlands Corner Parking restrictions - DYL's at junction. GREEN Works ordered, awaiting delivery date.
B Goodliffe (Cherry Hinton) Cherry Hinton Church End Raised Feature - Install a new raised table on Church End at the existing crossing point between the Church and Teversham Drift. Raise existing dropped kerbs on western side north and move crossing point to make parallel. Install 4x gullies (with cycle friendly grates), 2x each side of the carriageway and at each end of the ramps. The raised table will be 4m in length to allow for safer crossing for pedestrians, with tactile pavers laid either side. RED Submitted for Road Safety Audit.
B Goodliffe (Cherry Hinton) Cherry Hinton Rosemary Lane / Church End / High Street / Teversham Drift Raised Feature - Installation of speed cushions at various locations approx. 75m apart. RED Submitted for Road Safety Audit.
N Gay (Market) Market Parkside Signs / Lines - Section DYL's (removes residents parking bay) and school warning signs / road markings GREEN Works ordered, awaiting delivery date.
A Bulat (Abbey) Abbey Ditton Fields / Stansfield Road / Gerard Road / Thorley's Road / Keynes Road Street lighting - 5 no lights RED Submitted for pricing, lighting column lead in times 12-16wks.
G Bird (Chesterton) Chesterton Kimberley Road / De Freville Estate / Chatsworth Avenue / Hazelwood / Moleswood Street lighting - 3 no lights RED Submitted for pricing, lighting column lead in times 12-16wks.
H Cox Condron (Arbury) Arbury Harvey Goodwin Drive Street lighting - 3 no lights RED Submitted for pricing, lighting column lead in times 12-16wks.

  7 RED – Not delivered within the target completion date (financial year)
1 AMBER – Highlighted concerns regarding delivery by completion date
15 GREEN – On target to be delivered by completion date
Update as at 06.01.2023
EAST WORKS PROGRAMME
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Carried forward from 2021/22      
 
Total LHI Schemes 10
Total Completed 7
Total Outstanding 3
Cllr J Schumann Fordham Carter Street Raised table and speed cushions RED Road safety audit report requires actions to complete for permissable satisfaction
Cllr Whelan / Cllr Dupre Little Downham B1411 Solar studs GREEN Wok Complete Awaiting Solar Stud Delivery
Cllr Dupre Witchford Main Street Pedestrian crossing near school GREEN Works planned to occur February Half Term 2023.
Cllr Goldsack Soham Northfield Road Warning signs & improvements GREEN Work complete
Cllr J Schumann Burwell Ness Rd / Swaffham Rd / Newmarket Rd 40mph buffer zones GREEN Work complete
Cllr D Schumann Stretham Newmarket Rd 40mph buffer zone & priority give way GREEN Work complete
Cllr D Schumann Haddenham The Rampart / Duck Ln / High St / Camping Cl 20mph limit with traffic calming RED Submitted for pricing, delays due to change of scope agreed with applicant. Likely to be delivered early in 23/24.
Cllr D Schumann Wilburton Stretham Rd 30mph speed limit GREEN Work complete
Cllr Sharp Brinkley Brinkley Rd / Six Mile Bottom / High St 40mph buffer zone GREEN Work complete
Cllr Dupre Coveney Jerusalem Drove Gateway with signing & lining GREEN Work complete
 
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Current Schemes for 2022/23      
 
Total LHI Schemes 12
Total Completed 1
Total Outstanding 11
Cllr Goldsack Soham Town Council Cyprian Rust Way Signs / Lines - Installation of Double Yellow Lines for 15m from the first straight kerb in all directions. GREEN Target Cost approved; works ordered.
Cllr A Sharp Lode Parish Council Various Civils - Install 2 x new dropped kerb crossings at Abbey Lane and Sunnyridge Farm and re-locate 1 x dropped kerb crossing at crossroads. RED Design changes will be required following meeting with Parish Council. Once changes approved, intend to submit for Target Cost.
Cllr J Schumann Fordham Parish Council Mildenhall Road Raised features - Install 8 No pairs of asphalt speed cushions including signage. RED Site meeting to occur following Informal Consultation to review report.
Cllr A Sharp Burrough Green Parish Council B1052 Signs / Lines - Install 40mph limit from approximately 200m South of Main Street to approximately 300m North of Main Street (total length of approx. 500m). Also install 40mph limit on Main Street from existing national speed terminal up to junction with Brinkley Road (approx. 200m). GREEN Target Cost approved; works ordered.
Cllr Dupre Sutton Parish Council The Brook Civils - Provide central island on The Brook approximately 50m north of junction with High Street. Alongside this, extend existing double yellow lines north from current end point on The Brook. RED Awaiting Road Safety Audit.
Cllr A Sharp Cheveley Parish Council Little Green Signs / Lines - Provide 40mph buffer zone from existing 30mph terminal, 400m South towards Saxon Street Road. GREEN Submitted for pricing.
Cllr J Schumann Chippenham Parish Council Palace Lane Signs / Lines - Provide 40mph buffer zone (approx. 400m) on Palace Lane and High Street to encourage lower speeds at the 30mph terminal. GREEN Works ordered, delivery in January.
Cllr A Sharp Wood Ditton Parish Council Wood Ditton Road Signs / Lines & Raised features - Provide 40mph buffer zone from existing 30mph terminal to the South (approx. 400m). SLOW markings and edge line over bridge (potential for dragons teeth and roundels at 30mph terminal as well). Provide between 4 and 5 sets of cushions between St John's Avenue and Crockford's Road. RED Awaiting Road Safety Audit.
Cllr D Schumann Haddenham Parish Council Station Road Civils - Install a priority feature south of the junction with Lion Court. The carriageway width is 6.45. and the footway width 1.2m (E) and 1.6m (W). Location to be determined Withdrawn Withdrawn at request of applicant
Cllr D Schumann Wilburton Parish Council Various MVAS - Provide 2 x MVAS unit with associated battery and mounting equipment. Also install 5 posts to allow for multiple mounting positions on named roads. Potential to get approved lighting columns to mount the MVAS onto. GREEN To be procured as part of countywide MVAS package. Awaiting target cost for Post installation works.
Cllr J Schumann Isleham Parish Council Hall Barn Road Civils - Install Give way pinch point near the existing 30mph terminal with 40mph buffer (approximately 400m) on the approach. RED Submitted for Road Safety Audit, following successful informal consultation.
Cllr D Schumann Wicken Parish Council A1123 Signs / Lines - Parking restrictions on both sides of carriageway in the form of double yellow lines between numbers 31 & 47. GREEN Submitted for pricing.

  6 RED – Not delivered within the target completion date (financial year)
3 AMBER – Highlighted concerns regarding delivery by completion date
23 GREEN – On target to be delivered by completion date
Update as at 06.01.2023
FENLAND WORKS PROGRAMME
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance
Explanation
Carried Forward from 2019/20      
 
Total LHI Schemes 14
Total Completed 13
Total Outstanding 1
Cllr Connor / Cllr Costello Pondersbridge B1040 (Ramsey Road, Herne Road) & Oilmills Road Traffic calming GREEN Intention to deliver concurrently with drainage scheme. Construction starts Feb 2023
 
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Carried forward from 2020/21      
 
Total LHI Schemes 10
Total Completed 9
Total Outstanding 1
Cllr Gowing Fenland Road Safety Campaign Honey Farm Bends - Sixteen Foot Installation of safety barriers GREEN Works complete
Cllr King Tydd St Giles Black Dike Bridleway bridge repairs GREEN Works complete
Cllr Tierney Wisbech South Brink Traffic Calming RED Process of amending design to satisfy Road Safety Audit report before submitting for pricing.
Cllr Hay Chatteris Wenny Road Speed reduction measures GREEN Works complete
Cllr King Parson Drove Sealeys Lane New Footway GREEN Works complete
Cllr Connor Benwick Doddington Road Mobile Vehicle Activated Sign GREEN Works complete
Cllr King Gorefield High Road Footway resurfacing GREEN Works complete
Cllr King Leverington Sutton Road/Leverington Common Speed limit reduction GREEN Works complete
Cllr Connor Doddington High Street Footway improvements GREEN Works complete
Cllr King Wisbech North Brink New one way Withdrawn Scheme withdrawn by Wisbech Town Council 30/09/2022 following insufficient budget available following several design descoping exercises.
 
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Carried forward from 2021/22      
 
Total LHI Schemes 10
Total Completed 7
Total Outstanding 3
Cllr Tierney Wisbech Tinkers Drove Install speed cushions GREEN Work Complete.
Cllr Count/Cllr French March Creek Road / Estover Road Footway widening / signing & lining GREEN Work Complete.
Cllr Hoy Wisbech New Drove / Leach Close DYLs at junction GREEN Work Complete.
Cllr Connor / Cllr Boden Whittlesey Various (20mph) 20mph & associated traffic calming RED Design alteration occurring at town council request, will require consultation and re-pricing.
Cllr Connor / Cllr Boden Whittlesey Various (DYLs) DYLs at junctions RED Design alteration occurring at town council request, will require consultation and re-pricing, tied in with the above project.
Cllr Connor Doddington High Street Adjust kerbing & resurface footway GREEN Work Complete.
Cllr King Gorefield High Road Footway resurfacing GREEN Work Complete.
Cllr Gowing Wimblington Fullers Lane / Meadow Way Extend existing 7.5T weight limit (signing) GREEN Work Complete.
Cllr King Wisbech St Mary High Road 30mph extension and traffic calming RED
Update of design ongoing to appease identified requirements within Road Safety Report.
Cllr King Parson Drove Sealey's Lane New footway construction GREEN Work Complete
 
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Current Schemes for 2022/23      
 
Total LHI Schemes 11
Total Completed 0
Total Outstanding 11
Cllr Connor Doddington Parish Council High St Civils - Installation of Pelican Crossing. RED Submitted for Target Cost. Works delayed to occur during Easter half term 2023 due to material lead in times.
Cllr Boden Whittlesey Town Council A605 Highway Causeway Civils - Install 17no. cast iron bollards with reflector tags. GREEN Works ordered, awaiting delivery dates.
Cllr Count / Cllr French March Town Council Creek Road Raised Features - Install 4 pairs of speed cushions and associated signing. AMBER Design amended to appease Road Safety Audit requirements, awaiting response.
Cllr Count / Cllr French March Town Council Estover Rd Raised Features - Install 4 pairs of speed cushions and associated signs. AMBER Design amended to appease Road Safety Audit requirements, awaiting response.
Cllr Hay Chatteris Town Council Doddington Road Signs / Lines - Install gateways at the existing 40mph terminal location which will now be a 30mph terminal. Look at additional lining (centre and edge markings) to make the running lanes narrower. GREEN Works ordered, works planned to be delivered late February.
Cllr Count / Cllr French Elm Parish Council Main Rd Civils - Build-out / chicanes RED Designs shared with Parish Council for feedback. Will be delivered in 23/24.
Cllr Boden Whittlesey Town Council A605 to Coates Signs / Lines - King's Delph - reduce speed limit to 30mph. GREEN Scheme to be combined with footway works in area. Planned works delivery February 2023.
Cllr Gowing Wimblington Eastwood Lane Civils - Install approx. 30m length of Marshall titan kerbs (build up verge to match height) to prevent HGV's from parking/waiting on the verge next to the carriageway. Alongside this, install double yellow lines from the junction with A141 up to entrance to industrial site on both sides of the carriageway. GREEN Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost.
Cllr King Tydd St Giles Church Lane MVAS - Provide 1 x MVAS unit with associated battery and mounting equipment. Also install 2 posts to allow for mounting on Church Lane and Kirkgate. GREEN To be procured as part of countywide MVAS package. Awaiting Target Cost for Posts installation previously submitted.
Cllr King Leverington Parish Council A1101 / B1169 Signs / Lines - Install new 30mph speed limit starting at No 104 Sutton Road, leaving a 40mph buffer to the north. 30/40 roundels as well as potential dragons teeth to highlight the existing 30mph terminal. On Leverington Road, 30mph zone from the signalised junction to the existing 30mph limit. GREEN Works ordered, awaiting delivery dates.
Cllr King Newton-in-the-Isle Parish Council Chapel Lane Signs / Lines - Advanced "S" bend warning signs and pedestrians in road signs. AMBER Scheme to be combined with Newton PFHI and Parson Drove PFHI for efficiencies. Submitted for Pricing.

  9 RED – Not delivered within the target completion date (financial year)
13 AMBER – Highlighted concerns regarding delivery by completion date
51 GREEN – On target to be delivered by completion date
Update as at 06.01.2023
HUNTINGDONSHIRE WORKS PROGRAMME
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Carried Forward from 2020/21  
 
Total LHI Schemes 25
Total Completed 23
Total Outstanding 2
Cllr Wilson Huntingdon Hinchingbrooke Footway widening GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Criswell Woodhurst Wheatsheaf Rd & Church Street Provision of 40mph buffer zones GREEN Works complete
Cllr Wilson Huntingdon Buttsgrove Way near Thongsley School and Coneygear Park Installation of pedestrian crossing GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Bywater Sawtry Gidding Road Installation of pedestrian crossing RED Advised these works are not applicable for CIL funding. Descope of scheme required, to be discussed further with applicant and local member.
Cllr West Great Paxton High Street MVAS unit (was priority narrowing) GREEN Works complete
Cllr Dew Hemingford Abbots Common Lane, High Street and Ride away Proposed 20 mph and 30mph speed limits GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Gardener Catworth Church Road New footway leading up to the bus stop GREEN Works complete
Cllr Gardener Stow Longa Stow Road/ Spaldwick Road Provision of 40mph buffer zones, gateway features and provision of MVAS GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Bywater Elton Overend Proposed road narrowing and provision of a speed hump GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Criswell Kings Ripton Ramsey Rd Provision of a Mobile Vehicle Activated Sign (MVAS) GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Gardener Ellington Grafham Road & Thrapston Road Provision of a Mobile Vehicle Activated Sign (MVAS) and mounting posts GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Rogers Abbots Ripton The main roads through and into the village Heavy Commercial Vehicles (HCV) survey GREEN Work complete
Cllr McGuire Yaxley New Road, Norman Cross Waiting restrictions and parking restrictions GREEN Work complete
Cllr Downes Buckden Mill Road Provision of a Mobile Vehicle Activated Sign (MVAS). Improved lining and priority signage GREEN Works complete
Cllr Gardener Winwick B660, Old Weston Road Provision of a Mobile Vehicle Activated Sign (MVAS) GREEN Works complete
Cllr Gardener Great Staughton The Causeway Speed limit reduction to 30 mph and provision of a Mobile Vehicle Activated Sign (MVAS) GREEN Works Complete
Cllr Criswell Colne B1050 Somersham Road Footway improvement GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Bywater Stilton North Street, High Street and Church
Street
Provision of a Mobile Vehicle Activated Sign (MVAS) GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Downes Brampton The Green, Brampton Installation of pedestrian crossing GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Dew Hilton B1040 / Potton Road Conduct a feasibility study GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Rogers Warboys Ramsey Road Provision of gateways GREEN Works complete
Cllr Fuller St Ives Footpath crossing Erica Road Provision of crossing point GREEN Works ordered, awaiting delivery dates from contractor.
Cllr Taylor St Neots Hawkesden Road, Priory Hill Road Waiting restrictions GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Bywater Holme B660 Station Rd and B660 Glatton Lane Provision of 30 mph speed roundel on a red high friction surface (HFS) GREEN Work Complete
Cllr Gardener Great and Little Gidding B660 egress from and ingress to the village Provision of new warning signs and markings, installation of 40 mph buffer zones and village gateway features GREEN Works Complete
 
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Carried forward from 2021/22  
 
Total LHI Schemes 29
Total Completed 20
Total Outstanding 9
Ian Gardener Upton and Coppingford PC Upton Village, Upton Reduction in the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph with 30mph buffer limits. GREEN Work complete
Simon Bywater Glatton B660 (Infield Road)

Sawtry Road
Install 1 no. MVAS unit to assist in encouraging greater compliance with the speed limit. GREEN Works complete
Douglas Dew MD Community Roadwatch Sawtry Way (B1090)
Mere Way
Reduce speeds (implement changes to the current speed limit) as per feasibility study. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost from Contractor.
Steve Criswell Woodhurst Woodhurst, South Street & Church Street Supply 1 no. MVAS unit and install two new posts. Lighting columns to be utilized as additional mounting locations. GREEN Works complete
Steve Corney Upwood and the Raveleys PC Upwood and the Raveleys Parish Supply 1 MVAS unit and agree on 5 mounting locations (new posts and lighting columns). GREEN Works completed however the PC requested one post to be relocated.
Jonas King Huntingdon Town Council B1514 / Hartford Main Street Install an informal pedestrian crossing within the vicinity of the bus stop positioned along B1514, Hartford. GREEN Works planned to be coordinated with carriageway resurfacing works for efficiencies. To be delivered in Feb 2023.
Ian Gardener Kimbolton and Stonely B645 / Tilbrook Road Supply 2 no. MVAS units and install mounting posts to reduce speed on B645 through the village, (to be implemented on the proviso that PC's contribution is min. 20% of the total cost, not 10%). GREEN Works complete
Adela Costello Ramsey Wood Lane, Ramsey (B1096) Construct a new footway from the village to the 1940's Camp to aid in pedestrian safety along a busy road. Withdrawn Town Council withdrew application 12/08/2022
Simon Bywater Stilton PC North street, Stilton (North end) B1043 Junction Install 40mph buffer zone as per feasibility study. GREEN Works complete
Ian Gardener Tilbrook PC Station Road, Tilbrook Supply 1 no. MVAS unit and install two posts to reduce speeds in this narrow road and improve pedestrian safety. GREEN Work complete
Douglas Dew Houghton and Wyton Mill St Install additional information signs. Level and harden verge used for parking with plannings. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost from Contractor.
Stephen Ferguson Great Gransden Ladies Hill, Meadow Road, & Middle Street. Priority give way features on Ladies Hill and Middle Street to aid in speed reduction and increase pedestrians' safety. GREEN Works Complete
Ian Gardener Old Weston B660 / Main Street (Old Weston) Install village gateways and 40mph buffer zones at the entrances to the village. Red coloured surfacing along B660 at the existing 30mph speed limit. GREEN Works Complete
Simon Bywater Sawtry PC The Old Great North Road, Sawtry (Opp Straight Drove) Install ''Pedestrian Crossing'' warning signs, SLOW markings and cut back vegetation. GREEN Works Complete
Simon Bywater Sibson-cum-Stibbington PC Old Great North Road, Stibbington Introduce parking restrictions in a form of double yellow lines. GREEN Works ordered, awaiting installation dates.
Stephen Ferguson Abbotsley B1046, Abbotsley Install 1 no. MVAS unit and mounting posts to reduce speed on B1046 through the village. GREEN Work complete
Ian Gardener Bythorn & Keyston Thrapston Road Install MVAS and gateways on Thrapston Road to calm traffic and reduce speeds through Bythorn Village. GREEN Work complete
Graham Wilson Godmanchester East side of London Road, Godmanchester Install parking restrictions in a form of double yellow lines in pre-agreed locations along London Rd. Withdrawn Scheme Withdrawn by Town Council 25/11/2022
Ian Gardener Great & Little Gidding Mill Road (between Gt Gidding and Little Gidding) Luddington Road (towards Luddington Village) Install 40mph buffer zones on roads leading to Great Gidding village. This will aim to reduce traffic speeds at approaches to the village. GREEN Works complete
Ian Gardener Perry Chichester Way, Perry Amend the TRO to change the current waiting time to a max 30min. GREEN Works ordered, awaiting installation dates.
Douglas Dew Hemingford Grey Hemingford Grey Centre Proposed 20mph speed limit along various roads across the village. GREEN Works ordered, awaiting installation dates.
Keith Prentice Little Paxton Great North Road from A1 South (In front of co-op food store) Install parking restrictions in a form of double yellow lines to tackle inconsiderate parking issues. GREEN Work complete
Steve Criswell Bluntisham Colne Road, Bluntisham Improve existing pedestrian Zebra crossing at Colne Road by making it more conspicuous. GREEN Work complete
Stephen Ferguson Great Paxton B1043 from Harley Ind Estate, Paxton Hill to High St, Great Paxton Install 40mph buffer zones on the approach to village from Harley Industrial Estate, Paxton Hill to High Street to lower speeds before entry to the current 30mph speed restriction. GREEN Work complete
Douglas Dew Fenstanton 8 - 30 Chequer Street, Fenstanton To install new hard surface (to act as parking bays) and knee high fence segregating the latter from the footpath. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost.
Ian Gardener Leighton Bromswold Sheep St / Staunch Hill Supply 1 no. MVAS unit and install mounting posts to reduce speed on Sheep St and Staunch Hill entry point to reduce speeds and improve pedestrians' safety. GREEN Work complete
Steve Corney Abbots Ripton B1090 and C115 Existing verge widening (to be used in absence of footpath) to link Home Farm Close with school, shop and church. GREEN Target Cost received and being reviewed.
Simon Bywater Elton B671 "Overend" Elton Initial proposal was for a pedestrian crossing point between Black Horse PH car park and the centre of the village. Installation of a table top. Two of the Local Members scored the proposal based on table top only. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost.
Douglas Dew Hilton B1040 through Hilton 24 hour weight limit TRO to improve safety, reduce noise and pollution, and to prevent further damage from HGVs travelling through narrow roads within the village. GREEN Works complete.
 
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Current Schemes for 2022/23  
 
Total LHI Schemes 19
Total Completed 1
Total Outstanding 18
Jonas King Huntingdon Town Council Desborough Road Civils - Reduce road width to 6m by creating a build-out on either side of the road, with tactile paving and bollards to highlight to approaching drivers that there is a crossing point. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost.
Ian Gardener Brington & Molesworth Parish Council Brington Road Signs / Lines - Extend the current 30 mph limit on the Northern end of the village from Manor Farm for approximately 250m. In addition create two 400m 40 mph buffer zones. 1. At the Northern entrance into Brington which will see Glebe Farm situated inside the new 40 mph buffer zone. 2. At the Southern entrance into Brington. New posts, road markings, terminal/repeater signs and village gateways at the 2 entrances into Brington. RED Submitted for Consultation in December. Submitting for Target Cost in January. Likely to be delivered early in 23/24 due to lead in times.
Steve Corney Warboys Parish Council A141 Warboys bypass where crossed by public footpath 6 Signs / Lines & Civils - Install advanced warning signs on approach to the crossing point in both directions, with a yellow backing board. Install four reflectorized bollards (two either side of carriageway). Improve the ground conditions by creating a hard standing area on both sides and a footpath on western approach, with handrails either side. RED In design to include additional requests.
Ian Gardener Tilbrook Parish Council B645 each end of Tilbrook village Signs / Lines - Install two 400m long 40 mph buffer zones on the B645 at both entrances into Tilbrook. These are to include dragons teeth and speed roundels. Also, remove derestricted/speed and camera sign above bend warning sign on eastern entrance. RED Submitted for Consultation in December. Submitting for Target Cost in January. Likely to be delivered early in 23/24 due to lead in times.
Douglas Dew Fenstanton & Hemingford Grey London Road, St Ives Signs / Lines & Calming - Reduce the existing 40 limit to 30 with supporting physical measures to ensure compliance. Subject to speed survey data install a 40 mph or 50mph speed limit commencing between Galley Hill and Marsh Lane. RED Design options shared with Parish Councils; awaiting confirmation of choice from both Parish Councils. Intend to proceed to Formal Consultation thereafter.
Ian Gardener Great Staughton Parish Council Green Lane (Outside 16) Signs / Lines - Install LED halos around the belisha beacons. GREEN Operationally Complete
Ryan Fuller St Ives Town Council Houghton Road Signs / Lines - 30 mph speed limit proposed. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost, delivery may slip into 23/24 due to lead in times.
Ken Billington Grafham Parish Council Breach Road / Brampton Road Signs / Lines & MVAS - Install an advanced direction sign for Brampton village adjacent to the existing SLOW road marking with the aim of highlighting to drivers that there is a junction on the bend. Provide an MVAS unit. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost, delivery may slip into 23/24 due to lead in times.
Douglas Dew Houghton & Wyton Parish Council A1123 to Houghton Mill Signs / Lines - Implement a 40mph speed limit with soft traffic calming measures in the form of speed limit roundels adjacent to the repeater signs and at the terminal points. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost, delivery may slip into 23/24 due to lead in times.
Douglas Dew Hilton Parish Council Hilton Road / The Ford (Church End) Signs / Lines - 30mph speed limit proposed. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost, delivery may slip into 23/24 due to lead in times.
Steve Corney Abbots Ripton Parish Council Station Road Signs / Lines - install solar powered signs ''advisory 20 limit when wig-wag flash'' on either approach to the school to replace the existing wig wag unit and school warning sign near the shop and the children warning sign on the opposite approach. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost, delivery may slip into 23/24 due to lead in times.
Ian Gardener Catworth Parish Council Church Road / Station Road Civils - New footway construction AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost, delivery may slip into 23/24 due to lead in times.
Jonas King Huntingdon Town Council Buttsgrove Way / Coneygear Park Civils - Installation of a newly footpath linking the existing one adjacent to house number 21. AMBER Submitted for pricing, awaiting target cost, delivery may slip into 23/24 due to lead in times.
Ian Gardener Alconbury Weston Parish Council Vinegar Hill / Buckworth Road / Hammerton Road Signs / Lines - Creating three 40 mph buffer zones. 1. Vinegar Hill 2. Buckworth Road. 3. Hammerton Road with new posts with terminal / repeater signs on each entrance. Along with Solar powered MVAS unit to be mounted on the decommissioned VAS unit/sign on Vinegar Hill. RED Submitted for Consultation in December. Submitting for Target Cost in January. Likely to be delivered early in 23/24 due to lead in times.
Ian Gardener Keyston & Bythorn Parish Council Village Wide Signs / Lines - Create 350m 40 mph buffer zone on B663 from the Rauds and a 200m 40 mph buffer zone on Toll Bar Lane. Install three posts for the Parish MVAS unit, so they can use this as well, to inform road users of the speed limit. RED Submitted for Consultation in December. Submitting for Target Cost in January. Likely to be delivered early in 23/24 due to lead in times.
Stephen Ferguson Waresley-cum-Tetworth Parish Council B1040 Signs / Lines - Newly warning signs to Diag 545 along with "SLOW" road marking on both approaches to the bend GREEN Works ordered, awaiting delivery dates.
Steve Corney Wistow Parish Council Mill Road / Bridge Street Signs / Lines - Install a 260m buffer zone on Mill Road and a 275m buffer zone on Bridge Street/Wistow Toll. Provide a Westcotec Mini (SID) Speed indication device. RED Submitted for Consultation in December. Submitting for Target Cost in January. Likely to be delivered early in 23/24 due to lead in times.
Ian Gardener Spaldwick Parish Council High Street / Thrapston Road / Stow Road Signs / Lines - Install three 40 mph buffer zones. 1) High Street from A14 a very short buffer of 75m in length. 2) Stow Road 400m in length. 3)Thrapston Road 230m in length. Install new posts terminal/repeater signs on all three entrances. RED Submitted for Consultation in December. Submitting for Target Cost in January. Likely to be delivered early in 23/24 due to lead in times.
Simon Bywater Chesterton Parish Council Oundle Road Signs / Lines - Install 4x new village gateways (2x on each approach to the village), with Chesterton village name plate. Install dragon's teeth on both approaches with 40mph roundels. Refresh existing lining through the village. GREEN Works ordered, awaiting delivery dates.

  5 RED – Not delivered within the target completion date (financial year)
0 AMBER – Highlighted concerns regarding delivery by completion date
26 GREEN – On target to be delivered by completion date
Update as at 06.01.2023
SOUTH CAMBRIDGESHIRE WORKS PROGRAMME      
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Carried forward from 2021/22  
 
Total LHI Schemes 17
Total Completed 14
Total Outstanding 3
Ros Hathorn Histon & Impington Various - centre of village Civils / Raised feature / Parking restrictions - High St/The Green change alignment of kerbs to narrow junction & imprint block paving pattern to highlight pedestrian desire line. Brook Close use existing desire line & install flat top hump 5m inset into junction. DYL waiting restrictions on Home Close, disabled parking spaces and refresh lining as required. Additional cycle stands are allowed for, exact locations to be confirmed. RED Target cost agreed, works ordered. Will be delivered in Easter Holidays under road closure.
Maria King / Brian Milnes Babraham High St Raised Features / Speed Limit - Install one single & four pairs of speed cushions along High Street. Single one to go next to existing give way feature. Install a new 20mph zone along High Street from the existing 30mph limit to the pub, moving the 30mph limit out of the village to where the existing cycle path ends. GREEN Work complete
Mandy Smith Caxton Village Wide Civil - Gateway features at village entry's and MVAS post. GREEN Work complete
Susan Van De Ven Whaddon Whaddon Gap - Just past Barracks entrance Speed Limit / Civils - Installation of new 40mph limit and 2 no central islands. RED Target cost review ongoing
Michael Atkins Barton Village Wide Speed limit - Additional lining/soft traffic calming in the 50mph limit area south of Barton. 40mph buffer zone on Haslingfield Rd. Comberton Road existing derestricted length sub 600m so infill whole length to 40mph. Dragons teeth and roundels on Wimpole Rd, Haslingfield Rd, Comberton Rd approaches to Barton. New pedestrian crossing for access to recreation ground on Wimpole Road by extending footway on Haslingfield Rd south GREEN Work complete.
Neil Gough Cottenham Oakington Road Civils / Speed Limit - Introduce a 40 mph buffer combined with a chicane feature, with 500mm drainage channel. Install 2 No new MVAS sockets, remark the 30mph roundel plus red surfacing and dragons teeth. GREEN Work order raised, works to begin end of January 2023.
Maria King / Brian Milnes Newton Various - centre of village Parking restrictions - Double yellow lines to prevent vehicles parking too close to 5 way junction in centre of village and limiting visibility. GREEN Work complete
Michael Atkins Grantchester Grantchester Road Civils / Parking restrictions - Install a new give way feature around 20 metres west of farm access. Install double yellow lines on northern side of Grantchester Road from lay-by to point where it meets existing on southern side. Move 30mph east by around 20m. Install dragons teeth and 30mph roundel at new 30mph location, along with a village gateway feature on the inbound lane (in the verge). GREEN Work complete
Mandy Smith Graveley Offord Road Speed limit - Install a new 40mph buffer zone on top of existing 30mph speed limit on Offord Road. To accompany the buffer zone, install chevrons on the right hand bend to highlight it should be navigated at slow speed. Install a 'SLOW' road marking at existing warning sign and dragon's teeth and roundels at the 30/40 terminal signs. GREEN Work complete
Mark Howell Bourn Fox Road / Gills Hill / Alms Hill Raised Features - Install two pairs of bolt down speed cushions at a height of 65mm on the downhill section of Alms Hills from Caxton Road. Includes patching existing road beforehand under road closure. GREEN Work complete
Maria King / Brian Milnes Harston Station Road Signs/Lines - Installation of solar powered flashing school signs and associated road markings. GREEN Work complete
Henry Batchelor Willingham Green Village Wide Speed Limit - New 50mph in place of existing 60mph limit and associated signs/lines. GREEN Work Complete
Sebastian Kindersley Wimpole A603 MVAS unit and mounting posts. GREEN Work Complete
Sebastian Kindersley Steeple Morden Village Wide Speed limit - 40mph buffer zones on 3 approaches to the village GREEN Work Complete
Sebastian Kindersley Gamlingay Mill Hill Civils - Installation of 1.80m wide footpath between existing and farm shop GREEN Work Complete
Sebastian Kindersley Litlington South St / Meeting Lane Sign / Lines - Improvement to existing lining and signage in vicinity of South St to emphasize the existing one way system. GREEN Work Complete
Michael Atkins Hardwick St Neots Road Civils / Speed limit - 50mph speed limit from A1303 RAB. GREEN Work Complete
 
Local Member Parish/Town Street Works RAG STATUS (Progress measured against 31/03/23 completion date) Project Update and any Issues or Variance Explanation
Current Schemes for 2022/23  
 
Total LHI Schemes 14
Total Completed 1
Total Outstanding 13
Susan Van De Ven Bassingbourn Parish Council Brook Road / North End / High Street / South End Raised features - Installation of new raised features along Brook Road. Costs provide for the installation of 3 pairs. First pair would be located near No 9 Brook Road, with the remaining pairs along the road to near the 30mph limit. Costs include for new warning signs also. RED Road Safety Audit Report received, review ongoing. NOI Formal Consultation occurring. Work to be delivered in 23/24 due to lead in times.
Claire Daunton Teversham Parish Council Airport Way Speed limit - Extend the existing 40mph speed limit to cover the cycle/pedestrian island and then reduce the existing national speed limit to 50mph to the roundabout, matching into the existing 50mph speed limit on Newmarket Road. Install roundels at the entrances, along with dragon's teeth GREEN Works Completed
Sebastian Kindersley Orwell Parish Council High Street / Town Green Road / Hurdleditch Road MVAS unit including new posts. GREEN To be procured as part of countywide MVAS package. Post installation works Target Cost approved, works ordered.
Claire Daunton Great Wilbraham Parish Council Mill Road / Station Road / The Lanes Speed limit / civils - Installation of gateway features, signs / lines and 40 buffer zones and MVAS GREEN Submitted for pricing.
Henry Batchelor Little Abington Parish Council Newmarket Road Parking restrictions - Install double yellow lines northwest side for a distance of 150-200m and install double yellow lines southeast side from roundabout to garage exit and then from exit in a southerly direction for 150-200m. GREEN Works ordered and to be installed during January 2023
Mandy Smith Swavesey Parish Council Fen Drayton Road Signs / Lines - 30mph extension and 40mph buffer zone. GREEN Submitted for pricing.
Maria King / Brian Milnes Harston Parish Council Station Road Signs/Lines - Installation of solar powered flashing school signs and double yellow lines. GREEN Submitted for pricing.
Neil Gough Willingham Parish Council B1050 North / South Signs / Lines - At 30mph terminals - New 30 / 40 mph Speed Roundels and dragons teeth. Nr 167 - Raised white thermoplastic central island and hatching either side. Nr 131 - Raised white thermoplastic central island and hatching either side. Nr 65 - Raised white thermoplastic central island and hatching either side. GREEN Order raised. Delivery date early February 2023.
Edna Murphy Dry Drayton Parish Council Oak Crescent Civils - Create a layby near bus stop adjacent to footway. Realign HB2 kerbs to edge of existing footway and taper in/out. At eastern extent asphalt 2.5m offset from edge line to create similar construction to layby to allow vehicles to park parallel - this avoids tree root issues. GREEN Target cost review ongoing
Sebastian Kindersley Litlington Parish Council South St / Meeting Lane Raised features - 2 pairs of speed cushions on approach to right turn within one way system. RED Awaiting Road Safety Audit Report.
Claire Daunton Fulbourn Parish Council Shelford Road Raised Features - Installation of 40mph buffer zone and speed cushions on Shelford's Road. RED Awaiting Road Safety Audit Report.
Peter McDonald Foxton Parish Council Fowlmere / Barrington / Shepreth Road Signs / Lines & MVAS - Installation of gateway features, signs / lines and 40 buffer zones. & 2x MVAS GREEN Submitted for pricing; awaiting Target Cost.
Peter McDonald Thriplow Parish Council Middle Street / Fowlmere Road / Church Street / School Lane MVAS unit GREEN To be procured as part of countywide MVAS package. Post installation work target cost review ongoing.
Michael Atkins Madingley Parish Council Madingley Road Signs / Lines - Warning signs on A1303 and SLOW markings on road. Look to rationalize existing signs and remove what is no longer needed. GREEN Works Order raised, works delivery from mid January 23.