2022/23 Capital Investment in Public Realm Infrastructure, Traffic and Risk Management: £1m Retaining Walls Programme of Works
As set out in the Cabinet Member Report, the
proposed investment, will invest in the Public Realm and mitigates
identified risk in the network, due to the scale of need and
investment, which cannot be mitigated in the current Annual Plan
due to other commitments and constraints.
The investment supports the county plan and ambition for Herefordshire:
Environment: protect and enhance our environment and keep Herefordshire a great place to live;
Community: strengthen communities to ensure everyone lives well and safely together; and
Economy: support our economy which builds on the county’s strengths and resources.
Reducing the Risk of Highway Retaining Wall Collapse is a concern following the B4224 near to Fownhope. The risk in structure remains significant. In order to manage the risk of these, without diverting funds from other critical assets or asset types, this project intends to deliver works to the most important structures. Priority will be based on the risk and road hierarchy such as strategic and resilient network. This work has been progressed using the principles of utilising a risk-based approach as required by both the Highways Maintenance Plan and the UK Roads Liaison Group’s Well Managed Highway Infrastructure: A Code of Practice.
A procurement strategy which will adhere to the Councils Procurement Rules will be developed for the delivery of this investment to ensure value for money which will be confirmed in further governance as set out in recommendation (b).
Decision type: Non-key
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Notice of proposed decision first published: 12/01/2023
Decision due: 6 January 2023 by Corporate Director – Economy & Environment
Contact: Ross Cook, Corporate Director - Economy and Environment Email: email@example.com.