Havre des Pas traffic calming measures (FOI)
Havre des Pas traffic calming measures (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 27 January 2022.
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The Infrastructure, Housing, and Environment Department ('IHE') carried out a public survey into proposed traffic calming measures at Havre des Pas in August 2021. It has now been announced that the works will go ahead.
The Government has published its own guidelines and Code of Practice on public consultations which can be viewed here: Public consultations and stakeholder engagement (gov.je)
I am trying to understand just how much weight the public consultation had on the final decision so can I please have the following information in relation to the Havre des Pas traffic calming proposals :
Details of the consultation responses - contrary to Government's own Code of Practice on consultations these do not seem to have been published as at 30 November 2021 despite the public announcement today that the work was going ahead.
Notes of meetings and / or discussions between IHE staff and / or Deputy Kevin Lewis and / or Parish of St Helier representatives (including Constable Crowcroft) between 1 August 2021 and 29 November 2021 where the notes contain the words 'Havre des Pas' or the abbreviation 'HDP'.
Copies of emails between IHE staff and / or Deputy Kevin Lewis and / or Parish of St Helier Staff (including Constable Crowcroft) containing the words 'Havre des Pas' or the abbreviation 'HDP' between 1 August 2021 and 29 November 2021
I have not seen any costings for the proposals - please let me know the estimated cost of the project
Please advise of any changes to the original proposals which were made as a result of the consultation responses
We have updated the consultation page as a result of this Freedom of Information request, and the consultation responses can now be accessed on www.gov.je using the following link.
Havre Des Pas traffic calming measures (gov.je)
Detailed below are the notes taken by the Minister for Infrastructure's Personal Secretary (PS) at Ministers meetings in relation to Havre Des Pas for the period requested.
There are no further meeting notes held.
Havre des Pas 'Art Crossings'
Operations and Transport
The Minister was briefed by the Head of Transport regarding proposed 'Art Crossings' as part of the proposed improvements to Havre des Pas.
The Minister expressed his reservations about the proposal, expressing concerns over potential confusion caused by this type of crossing.
Havre des Pas
The Minister was given a further update by Transport Officers on the proposed improvements to Havre des Pas.
The Minister was asked to approve the proposed seven raised tables, the Minister asked for three raised tables to be considered.
The Head of Transport agreed to go away and review the proposals.
Options for revised Havre des Pas Scheme and future opportunities
Operations and Transport
The Minister was briefed by Transport Officers about a revised Havre des Pas Scheme and future opportunities.
Officers briefly reviewed the history of the scheme and the existing proposal.
Officers then presented a revised scheme reducing the number of table tops from seven to three.
The Minister approved the revised scheme.
Action points were to arrange a meeting between the Minister and Connetable of St Helier + Officers prior to the meeting with the Havre des Pas Group.
Havre des Pas Scheme Briefing for the Connetable
Transport and Parish of St Helier inc Connetable
The Minister and Connetable of St Helier received a briefing from Transport Officers on the revised scheme for improvements to the public realm and road at Havre des Pas.
The Minister and Connetable approved the revised design which reduced the number of 'raised tables' planned for the scheme from seven to three.
Officers will next attend a meeting of the Havre des Pas resident group to present the revised plan.
We have conducted a search of our email back up system (Cryoserver) which holds copies of all emails sent and received by Government of Jersey staff.
All relevant email correspondence obtained using the search terms 'Havre des Pas' or 'HDP' has been reviewed, redacted and is now attached.
Letter 1 December 2021
IHE Drawing 1964-SK-004 Rev - Visibility Splay for existing and proposed Roseville Street kerb realignment
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Parish FOI, East Wing, RJA & HS, Trinity, JE3 5JP
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The budget is £270,000 for the current scheme being installed which includes two raised tables, one raised table junction, a small section of widened footpath and a zebra crossing.
Following a review of the comments received from the public, the Minister for Infrastructure elected to adjust the proposed number of traffic calming tables from seven down to three.
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