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Published Impact Assessments

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SW Child Death Overview Panel and Joint Agency Response Service Commissioning

Posted: 21 September 2021

Impact Assessment of the recommendation to commission the South West Child Death Overview Panel
(CDOP) and Joint Agency Response (JAR) service together from 2022/23 onwards – August 2021

C229 Ashburton Road Landslip

Posted: 1 September 2021

Impact assessment of the C229 Ashburton Road landslip in Bovey Tracey – August 2021

As a result of a landslip and its resulting consequences, DCC have established a project which ultimately aims to develop a long-term solution to this problem such that this section of the highway can be safely reopened to all road users including vehicular traffic and would not be affected by any future slope instability.

Teignbridge Local Cycling and Walking Plan

Posted: 26 August 2021

Impact assessment of the infrastructure plan for cycling and walking in Teignbridge – August 2021

A Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) has been drafted for the Heart of Teignbridge area, which encompasses Newton Abbot, Kingsteignton and Kingskerswell and the immediate surrounding area. This draft LCWIP, outlining various proposals to improve cycling and walking infrastructure in the area, is to be put to public consultation. Following this, feedback will be used to produce a final version of the LCWIP, which will then be used as the basis for infrastructure improvements in the coming years


Procurement of Blue Badge Independent Assessments

Posted: 5 August 2021

Impact Assessment of the procurement of Blue Badge Independent Assessments – July 2021

Devon County Council uses external contractors to provide independent assessments by qualified professionals (Expert Assessors) to determine the eligibility of Blue Badge applicants in accordance with the Department for Transport Blue Badge scheme regulations. The current contractual arrangements expire on 2 December 2021.