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 84 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.

Matters referred from the Hendon Area Residents Forum (If any)

6.

Petitions (if any)

7.

Public Comments and Questions (if any)

    Minutes:

    Ms Teresa Fox spoke in relation to item 9 – Councillor Narenthira’s members item on Orchard Gate.


    The resident explained that the situation was causing great distress to those living in Orchard Gate and explained that on occasion emergency vehicles had been unable to gain access to the close. Refuse collection lorries had also been unable to gain access, meaning waste had not been collected on several occasions.

8.

Members' Items (if any) pdf icon PDF 242 KB

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    Minutes:

    Orchard Gate – Councillor Narenthira

     

    Councillor Narenthia explained that in previous years the cars could park on the curb, but as the curbs had now been raised, this was no longer an option. In addition, she explained, that tickets were now issued for any cars found parked on curbs in this area. 

     

    Officers suggested yellow lines would be appropriate at the opening of Orchard gate. The Committee were advised that the cost of statutory consultation for the installation of yellow lines would be £2,000.

     

    Following discussion, the Committee voted on the recommendation to approve £2,000 of CIL funding for the statutory consultation of yellow lines.

     

    The Committee unanimously voted to approve £2,000 CIL funding for a statutory consultation on yellow lines at the entrance of Orchard gate to be carried out.

     

    RESOLVED that £2,000 CIL funding be assigned for the consultation on yellow lines at the entrance of Orchard gate.

     

    Councillor Nizza Fluss - Alexandra Road

     

    The Committee were updated that the works on Alexandra Road had been halted due to a complaint received by officers from a ward member. The issue had now been resolved and works were due to commence on Monday 19th November and estimated to be completed by 22nd February 2019.

     

    The Committee queried why the works would take so long, officers explained that this was due to a break in work over the Christmas period.

     

    RESOLVED that the Committee noted the response provide by officers and no further action was requested.

     

9.

Members Items' - Area Committee Funding Applications (if any) pdf icon PDF 241 KB

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    Minutes:

    Councillor Val Duschinsky – Ambulance Bay, Millway Clinic

     

    The Chairman introduced her CIL funding member’s item in relation to an ambulance bay for Millway Clinic, Hartley Avenue. The Chairman explained that currently there was no space for ambulances to park at the clinic, making it difficult when needed to transport patients to hospital.

     

    Officers stated the cost for installing an ambulance bay would be £2,500.

    Following discussion, the Committee moved to vote on the recommendation to spend £2,500 of CIL funding for an ambulance bay.

     

    The committee unanimously voted to approve £2,500 CIL funding for the ambulance bay at Millway Clinic, Hartley Avenue.

     

    RESOLVED that £2,500 CIL funding be allocated for the ambulance bay at Milway Clinic, Hartley Avenue.

     

    Councillor Sarah Wardle – Hanging Baskets, Edgware 

     

    The Chairman updated the Committee that Councillor Wardle’s members item had been withdrawn.

     

10.

Area Committee Grants Funding pdf icon PDF 237 KB

11.

Deansbrook Road, HA8 pdf icon PDF 310 KB

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    Minutes:

    The Committee received the report.

     

    Following consideration of the item, the Chairman moved the motion to amend recommendation 2 and 3 of the report to the following:

     

    2)    In consideration of the Council’s Policy on traffic calming, agrees the Strategic Director for environment proposal to progress to detailed design and implementation of the scheme on Deansbrook Road, minus the vertical measures.

    3)    Authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to carry out a consultation on the approved proposals, in consultation with the Chairman and the ward Councillors.

    The Committee voted on the motion to approve recommendations 1-6, including the amendments made to recommendations 2 and 3 outlined above.

    The votes were recorded as follows:

    For:5
    Against: 2

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED:

     

    1)    To note the outcome of the review to the improvements on Deansbrook Road as outlined in this report and the appendices.

    2)    In consideration of the Council’s Policy on traffic calming, agrees the Strategic Director for environment proposal to progress to detailed design and implementation of the scheme on Deansbrook Road, minus the vertical measures.

    3)    Authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to carry out a consultation on the approved proposals, in consultation with the Chairman and the ward Councillors.

    4)    That subject to no objections being received to the consultations, referred to in recommendation 3, the Hendon Area Committee authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to introduce the approved proposal.

    5)    Agree that if any objections are received as a result of the consultation, referred to in recommendation 3, the Strategic Director for Environment will in consultation with the relevant ward councillor consider and determine whether the approved proposal should be implemented or not, if so, with or without modification.

    6)    Note that the scheme is funded by the Local Implementation Plan (LIP) 18/19 funding.

     

12.

Barnfield Road/Montrose Avenue pdf icon PDF 289 KB

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    Minutes:

    The Committee received the report.

    Officers told the Committee that a raised Zebra Crossing may be more appropriate for this location.

     

    Following discussion of the item, the committee moved to vote on the recommendations as set out in the report.

    The votes were recorded as follows:

    For:6
    Against: 1

     

    The Committee therefore RESOLVED:

    1)    To note the review of the improvements on as outlined in the report and the appendices to this report.

    2)    Authorise the Strategic Director for Environment proposal to be progressed to detailed design, as outlined in Appendix 1 – Drawing No. BC/001349_FS_100-01_001 for the following combined elements of the scheme:

    (i)           Watling Avenue j/w Gilbert Grove – Uncontrolled crossing point and double yellow lines;

    (ii)          Watling Avenue j/w Gunter Grove – Uncontrolled crossing point and double yellow lines.

    3)    Authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to carry out a consultation on the approved proposals.

    4)    That subject to no objections being received to the consultation, referred to in recommendation 3, the Hendon Area Committee authorise the Strategic Director for Environment to introduce the approved proposal.

    5)    Agree that if any objections are received as a result of the consultation, referred to in recommendation 3, the Strategic Director for Environment will in consultation with the relevant ward councillor consider and determine whether the agreed proposal should be implemented or not, and if so, with or without modification.

    6)    Agree to allocate the funding of £24,200 for the agreed option (CIL from this year’s CIL Area Committee budget) to design and introduce the approved proposals.

     

13.

Any Other Items that the Chairman Decides are Urgent