Decision Maker: Corporate Director of Business and Environmental Services
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: No
Is subject to call in?: No
The Corporate Director - Business and
Environmental Services has consented to Hambleton District Council
making the proposed Amendment Order, removing Crosby Road Car Park,
Northallerton, from its Off-Street parking Places Order to allow
for its lease to Central Northallerton Development Company
Consent was given on the condition Hambleton District Council (HDC) includes within the terms of its lease, a clause requiring the lease holder to consult with and gain consent from NYCC on any future operational or tariff change along with the funding of any remedial measures required to resolve any negative impact any future change may have upon the highway network.
However, following subsequent discussions with HDC about the inclusion of this clause, it was agreed that such future consultation with and consent from NYCC would be provided for via a side agreement between NYCC and HDC.
*PLEASE NOTE This decision was originally
published on or near the date of the decision and so call in no
longer applies. It has been re-published as part of the change in
committee management system that we use.*
The Amending Order is proposed following the decision of Hambleton District Council to grant a lease of Northallerton Crosby Road Car Park to Central Northallerton Development Company Limited (the owner of the adjacent Treadmills development) for 25 years.
The Treadmills development will include uses such as cinema, food and drink operators and digital business centre. The Amending Order will remove Northallerton Crosby Road Car Park from the existing 2013 Order and will allow the owners of the Treadmills development more flexibility in the operation of Northallerton Crosby Road Car Park for the users of the Treadmills development for the duration of the Lease.
It is intended that the new leaseholders of Northallerton Crosby Road Car Park will manage the off street parking in a manner to encourage more efficient use of the car park for the benefit of the town centre users along with supporting the adjacent Treadmills Development and its customers.
It is intended that the 2013 Order will continue to apply to the remaining car parks referred to therein to deter unauthorised parking in the district.
No other alternative options were considered
Publication date: 28/04/2021
Date of decision: 12/03/2019