Agenda and minutes

Venue: Hendon Town Hall, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BG

Contact: Faith Mwende Email: faith.mwende@barnet.gov.uk 020 8359 4917 

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes of the Previous Meeting pdf icon PDF 69 KB

2.

Absence of Members (if any)

3.

Declarations of Members Disclosable Pecuniary Interests and Non-Pecuniary Interests

4.

Report of the Monitoring Officer (if any)

5.

Public Comments and Questions (if any)

6.

Matters referred from the Hendon Area Residents Forum (If any) pdf icon PDF 240 KB

    Minutes:

    The Chairman introduced the item which related to two petitions referred up from the 21st March meeting of the Hendon Residents’ Forum.

     

    1.    The petition titled: Relax parking restrictions around Millbrook Park School was received.

     

    Following comments from Members, the Committee RESOLVED;

     

    a)    Take no action it was as not within the remit of the committee to make a decision and the lead petitioner has been informed.

     

    2.    The petition titled: Proposed CPZ Scout Way, NW7 was received.

     

    Following comments from Members and noting that the petition, the Committee RESOLVED;

     

    a)    To take no action as it would be discussed in conjunction with agenda item 15.

7.

Petitions (if any)

8.

Members' Items (if any)

9.

Members Items' - Area Committee Funding Applications (if any) pdf icon PDF 252 KB

    Minutes:

    Councillor Naqvi introduced the application for gates on the alleyways by the steps on either side of Watling Avenue near the tube station to allow for temporary stop-up and deep cleaning of the area whilst the Council application for permanent stop-up takes place. Councillor Naqvi noted that his is supported by residents, street scene officers and the local police officer.

     

    Following consideration, the committee voted as follows

     

    6 – for

    0 – against

    1 – abstain

     

    The committee therefore resolved to approve the application for £10,000 and note the implications to the Committee’s CIL funding budget

     

    The committee received Councillor Prager’s application for funding to undertake speed surveys and report back in January 2019 on speeding measures on the following roads in West Hendon - Allington Road, Crespigny Road, Foscote Road, Sevington Road and Audley Road.

     

    Following consideration, the committee unanimously resolved to approve the application for £2,500 and note the implications to the Committee’s CIL funding budget

10.

Area Committee Funding - Community Infrastructure Levy update pdf icon PDF 237 KB

11.

Devonshire Road, NW7, investigation of speed reduction measures in the vicinity of its junctions with Oakhampton Road and Lee Road. pdf icon PDF 836 KB

    Minutes:

    The committee received the report.

     

    Councillor Narenthira read a statement from Mr Khatri, former ward councillor for Mill Hill.

     

    Following consideration of the item, the Committee voted as follows

     

    For - 6

    Against - 0

    Abstain - 1

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED:

     

    1.    To note the detail of the feasibility study as outlined in this report to implement additional traffic calming measures along Devonshire Road.

     

    2.    To approve the Officer preferred proposal –for High friction antiskid surfacing (Grey) on central area of Devonshire Road either side of its junction with Oakhampton Road/Lee Road, all road markings to be reinstated. As detailed on drawing number BC/001349-03-100-03 (“Preferred Scheme”) in Appendix C

     

    3.    To authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to notify residents and stakeholders on the Preferred Scheme.

     

    4.    That subject, to no objections being received to the notification, referred to in recommendation 2, the Strategic Director for Environment be authorised to introduce the Preferred Scheme.

     

    5.    Should any objections be received as a result of the informal consultation, referred to in recommendation 2, the Strategic Director for Environment be authorised to consider and determine whether the Preferred Scheme should be implemented or not, and if so, with or without modification.

     

    6.    To approve the allocation of funding of £8,100 for the Preferred Scheme (CIL from this year’s CIL Area Committee budget) to design and introduce the Preferred Scheme.

12.

Ellesmere Avenue/The Fairway, NW7 - Feasibility Study. pdf icon PDF 1 MB

    Minutes:

    The committee received the report.

     

    Councillor Simberg moved a motion that was seconded by Councillor Wardle and unanimously agreed by the committee to amend recommendation 7 to read as follows.

     

    That the Hendon Area Committee notes the comments regarding parking and speeding in the area and approves the allocation of funding of £4,000 from this year’s CIL Area Committee budget to carry out a parking survey and a speed survey in the area to assess parking capacity and the speed levels and report back to a future Hendon Area Committee

     

    The Committee therefore resolved

     

    1.    To note the review of the improvements in the area around Ellesmere Avenue/The Fairway as outlined in this report.

     

    2.    To approve the Officer preferred option for a ‘point no-entry’ system on The Fairway junction with Ellesmere Avenue and on Westmere Drive junction with the eastern arm of Ellesmere Avenue as outlined on Drawing BC/001349-02-100-01 at Appendix B (“the Preferred Scheme”).

     

    3.    To authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to consult residents and stakeholders on the Preferred Scheme.

     

    4.    That subject to no objections being received to the consultation referred to in recommendation 3, the Strategic Director for Environment be authorised to introduce the Preferred Scheme.

     

    5.    Should any objections be received as a result of the consultation referred to in recommendation 3, the Strategic Director for Environment be authorised to consider and determine whether the Preferred Scheme should be implemented or not, and if so, with or without modification.

     

    6.    To approve the allocation of funding of £15,000 from this year’s CIL Area Committee budget to design and introduce the Preferred Scheme.

     

    7.    That the Hendon Area Committee notes the comments regarding parking and speeding in the area and approves the allocation of funding of £4,000 from this year’s CIL Area Committee budget to carry out a parking survey and a speed survey in the area to assess parking capacity and the speed levels and report back to a future Hendon Area Committee

13.

Gaskarth Road - Proposed One-Way System between Playfield Road and Watling Avenue, HA8. pdf icon PDF 2 MB

    Minutes:

    The committee received the report.

     

    Following consideration, the committee voted as follows

     

    For 6

    Against 0

    Abstain 1

     

    The Committee therefore resolved

     

    1.    to note the detail of the feasibility study as outlined in this report to implementing a one-way system on Gaskarth Road between Playfield Road and Watling Avenue.

     

    2.    That the Hendon Area Committee approve the officer preferred Option 1 for implementing a one-way system on Gaskarth Road as outlined in Drawing BC/001349-04-100-01 at Appendix B (“Preferred Scheme”).

     

    3.    That the Hendon Area Committee authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to consult residents and stakeholders on the Preferred Scheme.

     

    4.    That subject to no objections being received to the consultation referred to in recommendation 3, the Strategic Director for Environment be authorised to introduce the Preferred Scheme.

     

    5.    That the Hendon Area Committee resolve that if any objections are received as a result of the consultation referred to in recommendation 3, the Strategic Director for Environment be authorised to consider and determine whether the Preferred Scheme should be implemented or not, and if so, with or without modification.

     

    6.    That the Hendon Area Committee approve the allocation of funding of £17,000 from this year’s CIL Area Committee budget to design and introduce the Preferred Scheme.

14.

Flower Lane NW7, Mill Hill- Feasibility Study pdf icon PDF 272 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    The committee received the report.

     

    Following consideration, the committee unanimously resolved

     

    1.    To note the review of the improvements outlined in this report and the appendices to this report and as shown on drawing BC/001410-01-DESIGN-01.

     

    2.    To approve the officer preferred Option A with kerb built out and double yellow lines as outlined on Drawing BC/001410-01- DESIGN-01 (“Preferred Scheme”)

     

    3.    To authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to carry out a consultation on the Preferred Scheme.

     

    4.    That subject to no objections being received to the consultation, referred to in 3 above, the Strategic Director for Environment be authorised to introduce the Preferred Scheme.

     

    5.    Should any objections be received as a result of the consultation, referred to in 3 above, the Strategic Director for Environment be authorised to consider and determine whether the Preferred Scheme should be implemented or not, and if so, with or without modification.

     

    6.    To approve the allocation of funding of £17,050 from this year’s CIL Area Committee budget to design, consult and introduce the Preferred Scheme.

15.

Results of the Statutory consultation - Proposed CPZ in Watford Way (Apex Corner) Service Road, Scout Way, Northway Crescent and Glendor Gardens NW7 pdf icon PDF 291 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    The committee received the report.

     

    Following consideration, the committee voted as follows

     

    For - 6

    Against - 0

    Abstain - 1

     

    The Committee therefore resolved

     

    1.    To note the summary of the responses received to the statutory consultation on the proposed CPZ Watford Way (Apex Corner) Service Road, Scout Way, Northway Crescent and Glendor Gardens.

     

    2.    To authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to engage with the Mill Hill Ward Councillors and the community with a view to establishing whether there is scope to refine the design of the proposal in Watford Way Service Road/Northway Crescent/Scout Way and to report the outcome back to this Committee.

16.

Forward Work Programme

17.

Any Other Items that the Chairman Decides are Urgent