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Local Highway Panels

Local Highway Panels

  • All 12 Boroughs, City and Districts areas have Local Highway Panels (LHPs). They are responsible for making recommendations and setting priorities for Highways schemes in their areas. 
  • Panels are made up of a representative number of Members from the County and the individual Borough, City or District. The Membership criteria is set out in the Terms of Reference. To check on the Panel Members for a particular LHP go to the individual Panel pages
  • The LHP Members meet on a quarterly basis to discuss and consider Highways concerns within their local Borough, City or District boundaries. The Panels prioritise the local concerns and make recommendations to the Cabinet Member for the implementation of highway schemes that meet the concerns of local people
  • The meetings are not open to the public except by invitation
  • The type of highways schemes that can be pursued by the Local Highways Panels are described within the Members’ Guide

Select your Local Highway Panel area from the map or list below to find out more information about the members, current and proposed schemes, types of schemes and how to make a request for a scheme.