Cross party highways review panel
The cross-party highways review panel has been set up to look at all areas of highways management, including:
- road inspections
- improvement programmes and funding
- maintenance treatments
- repair techniques
The panel will work together with external organisations and professionals to examine the methods and technologies used to maintain and repair the county’s 2,750 miles of road.
This information gathered by the panel will be used to suggest recommendations for improvement, and these will be reported to the council’s Policy Committee.
Any policy changes which are agreed will then be applied, managed and overseen by the Transport and Environment Committee.
The panel is made up of councillors from all parties to ensure it is representative of all areas of the council and Nottinghamshire. The panel members are:
- Councillor Neil Clarke MBE
- Councillor Maureen Dobson
- Councillor Penny Gowland
- Councillor Tom Hollis
- Councillor John Ogle
- Councillor Sam Smith
- Councillor Nigel Turner
Reports on the panel
The forming of the cross-party highways review panel was proposed in a motion at the Full Council meeting on 27 May 2021. Since then, the following reports have been published about the panel: