Decision details

Allocate and Spend Supercycle Highway Funding on Delivery of Active Travel Measures

Decision Maker: Cabinet member Infrastructure and transport

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: Yes

Is subject to call in?: Yes


The purpose of this paper is to allocate and spend £1,000,000 supercycle highway funding on the delivery of the Hereford Enterprise Zone (HEZ) Quiet Routes Active Travel Measures (ATM). This contribution also acts as essential match funding against the recently secured £19,990,449 from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, for the delivery of the wider Hereford Transport Package.



a) The council allocates and spends £1,000,000 Supercycle Highway funding on the delivery of HEZ Quiet Routes Active Travel Measures (including survey and project management costs).

b) The Director of Economy and Environment be authorised to implement recommendation (a) including the procurement and commissioning of new work.

Alternative options considered:

Reject the decision to allocate Supercyle Highway funding on HEZ Quiet Routes Active Travel Measures. The council would however need to identify alternative match funding in order to deliver the Hereford Transport Package and meet the LUF match funding requirements

Reason Key: Expenditure;

Wards Affected: Belmont Rural; Central; Dinedor Hill; Hinton and Hunderton; Newton Farm;

Contact: Neil Batt, Enterprise Zone Capital Programme Manager Email: Tel: 01432 383694.

Publication date: 27/02/2023

Date of decision: 27/02/2023

Effective from: 04/03/2023

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