Equality Impact Assessment for the new pavement level cycle track on Sackville Street

Roedd y cais yn rhannol lwyddiannus.

Dear University of Manchester,

I am requesting the full Equality Impact Assessment and supporting documents for the pavement level cycle track recently installed on Sackville Street, just off the A57(M) slip lane, outside the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre.

The contraflow cycle lane leaves the road and joins a new pavement level bidirectional cycle track which then links to the pre-existing shared pedestrian/cycle path that runs under the A57(M). I am referring to the recently installed track between the on-road cycle lane, and the pre-existing shared pathway.

Yours faithfully,

A. J. Bell

MTRS FOIA, University of Manchester

Dear A J Bell,

 

I am writing to acknowledge your request under the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 received by The University of Manchester, our reference as per
the subject line.

 

The University will respond to your request within 20 working days.

 

With best regards

 

Lisa

 

Dr Lisa Crawley l  Information Officer  l Information Governance Office
l Directorate of Compliance and Risk l  Professional Support Services |
Room G7 Christie Building  l Compliance & Risk Management Office l  The
University of Manchester  l  Oxford Road  l  Manchester  l  M13 9PL  l 
Tel +44 (0)161 275 8400  

 

 

MTRS FOIA, University of Manchester

1 Atodiad

Dear A J Bell,

 

Thank you for your request for information received by The University of
Manchester on 17 December 2019 which was as follows:

 

I am requesting the full Equality Impact Assessment and supporting
documents for the pavement level cycle track recently installed on
Sackville Street, just off the A57(M) slip lane, outside the Graphene
Engineering Innovation Centre.

 

The contraflow cycle lane leaves the road and joins a new pavement level
bidirectional cycle track which then links to the pre-existing shared
pedestrian/cycle path that runs under the A57(M). I am referring to the
recently installed track between the on-road cycle lane, and the
pre-existing shared pathway.

 

The University has now considered your request and our response can be
found below.

 

The works were considered and approval granted by Manchester City Council
under an application Ref: 121716/NMC/2018, a non-material amendment to
condition 2 of the grant of planning permission under application
115328/JO/2017, which in itself was an approved application to vary
condition 2 of initial planning application for GEIC, ref:
110319/FO/2015/C1

As application 121716/NMC/2018 is an amendment to the principal approved
application (115328/JO/2017) the development of the works at/around the
entrance to the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) were carried
out in accordance with documents listed in the approved application
115328/JO/2017. 

 

This list of approved planning documents includes the “Design and Access
Statement” throughout Section 5: ‘Access’ including the sub-sections
reference is made to the access legislation and best practice guidance
used in the design development.

All the above information is freely available through Manchester City
Council Planning Portal and can be found at the links below:

121716/NMC/2018 (Non-Material Change to Condition 2 – Landscape
development around the entrance to GEIC – Approved 24 Jul 2019):

[1]https://pa.manchester.gov.uk/online-appl...

 

115328/JO/2017 (Vary of Condition 2 of Planning Submission Reference
110319/FO/2015/C1 – approved 19 May 2017)

[2]https://pa.manchester.gov.uk/online-appl...

 

110319/FO/2015/C1 (original Planning Submission – approved 12 Feb 2016)

[3]https://pa.manchester.gov.uk/online-appl...

 

I trust this information is of use to you.

 

Kind regards

 

Sharon

 

Sharon Glen | Information Officer | Information Governance Office |
Directorate of Compliance and Risk |Professional Services | G7 Christie
Building | The University of Manchester | Oxford Road | Manchester | M13
9PL | Tel +44(0) 161 306 7549| [4]www.manchester.ac.uk

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