A Street Naming Policy to provide advice and guidance to developers and existing property owners, setting out how the Council controls the naming and numbering of streets and properties under the provisions of the Public Health Act 1925 – Sections 17 to 19. In line with the Council’s commitment to the Welsh Language Standards, there are important Welsh Language considerations in relation to new street names. The policy set out in the document is that for new street names, a Welsh name should be adopted which is “consistent with the local heritage and history of the area”. This will also remove the need for English to Welsh translations for street names. The policy also sets out the corporate requirements around the Corporate Address Gazetteer, which is the primary address register used in the delivery of Council services.
The Draft Street Naming Policy was approved for consultation in November. The subsequent public consultation received 2,248 responses.
Decision type: Key
Decision status: Recommmend Forward to Council
Notice of proposed decision first published: 05/07/2019
Decision due: 26 Sep 2019 by Cabinet
Lead member: Cabinet Member for Strategic Planning & Transport
Lead director: Director of Planning, Transport & Environment
Scrutiny Consideration: Amber/Ambr