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Maidstone Joint Transportation Board MEETING


Date:       Wednesday 12 January 2022

Time:      5.00 pm

Venue:    (Informal) Remote Meeting - The Public Proceedings of the Meeting will be broadcast live and recorded for playback on the Maidstone Borough Council Website.



Councillors Brown, Burton, Cannon, Carter, Chittenden, Clark, Cooke (Vice-Chairman), Cooper, Cox, Cuming, Daley, Fort, Hinder, Khadka, Parfitt-Reid, Prendergast, T Sams, Springett (Chairman), S Webb and Wilson


The Chairman will assume that all Members will read the reports before attending the meeting. Officers are asked to assume the same when introducing reports.



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1.        Apologies for Absence




2.        Notification of Substitute Members




3.        Urgent Items




4.        Notification of Visiting Members




5.        Disclosures by Members and Officers




6.        Disclosures of Lobbying




7.        To consider whether any items should be taken in private because of the possible disclosure of exempt information




8.        Minutes of the Meeting held on 13 January 2021

1 - 6



9.        Presentation - 20MPH Speed Limits



Notice has been given pursuant to Council Procedure Rule 13 of the intention to present a petition in the following terms:


‘I hereby petition Kent County Council to introduce a default 20mph speed limit in Bower Mount Road and its surrounding roads including Cornwallis Rd, Oakwood Rd and all other residential roads in Maidstone”





10.     Questions and answer session for members of the public (if any)




11.     Maidstone Joint Transportation Board Work Programme




12.     A229 and A249 Links between M2 and M20 - Verbal Update




13.     Update on the Kent Rail Strategy 2021 - 2026

8 - 11



14.     Hart Street-Barker Road – Options Report

12 - 18



15.     A229 Blue Bell Hill Improvement Scheme

19 - 23



16.     Maidstone Integrated Transport Package - to follow




17.     Maidstone Highway Works Programme

24 - 43




Information for the Public

In order to ask a question at this meeting, please call 01622 602899 or email by 5 p.m. one clear working day before the meeting (i.e. by 5 p.m. on Monday 10 January 2022). You will need to provide the full text in writing.


If your question is accepted, you will be provided with instructions as to how you can access the meeting.


In order to make a statement in relation to an item on the agenda, please call 01622 602899 or email by 5 p.m. one clear working day before the meeting (i.e. by 5 p.m. on Monday 10 January 2022). You will need to tell us which agenda item you wish to speak on.


Please note that as this is an informal meeting of Board, there will be no formal recommendations or decisions resulting from the meeting. The meeting will be held virtually and webcast live onto the Council’s YouTube Channel.


To find out more about the work of the Board, please visit