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Have your say on school crossing patrols in St.Helens
We are facing budget pressures like never before and need to find £20.6 million in savings by 2020.
St Helens like many council’s across the country needs to make significant savings to its budget and make unprecedented changes to services in light of substantial government funding reductions. School Crossing Patrols (SCP) were established by the School Crossing Patrol Act 1953 and implemented through the School Crossing Patrol Order 1954. The Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 gave Local Authorities the power to appoint SCPs to help children cross the road on their route to or from school between the hours of 8:00am and 5:30pm. The Transport Act 2000, which came into force in 2001, amended the 1984 Regulations to permit Patrols to operate “at such times as the authority thinks fit”, and to stop traffic, to help all pedestrians to cross the road whether or not they are travelling to or from school.
There is no statutory duty to provide the service, which remains a permissive function, carried out at the discretion of the Council.
The responsibility for Children’s safety to and from school remains with that of their parents/carers.
This consultation is for you to be able to give us your views on how the changes to the way we deliver a service will affect the journey of the children of St. Helens on route to and from school.
you can share your views with us by taking part in our online survey
Deadline for responses: Sunday 3rd September 2017
St Helens STEP schemes 2017 to 2021
The Sustainable Transport Enhancements Package (STEP) is an integrated programme of investment in sustainable transport in the Liverpool City Region (LCR) over the six year period from 2015/16 to 2020/21.
Between 2017 and 2021 the Active Travel East and A58 projects will deliver improvements to the Newton - Le - Willows, Haydock and Town Centre areas.
We want to hear your views on cycling in the Borough and the proposed improvements. To find out about the proposals and the dates of our information roadshows please visit the Sustainable Transport section on our website.
To share your views complete our short survey
Closing date is 10th July 2017
Register Office Customer Survey
Have you used our register office recently? We would like to here from you! Complete our short survey and let us know how we did.
St.Helens Council Satisfaction Survey
If you contacted us about a service, we are interested to know about your customer experience. If you could take a few moments to complete the questionnaire and we will use this information to improve our services for the future.
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