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 79 KB

2.

Absence of Members (if any)

    Minutes:

    Councillor Charlie O’Macauley sent his apology, with Councillor Ammar Naqvi present as his substitute.

     

    Councillor Tom Davey sent his apology, with Councillor Hugh Rayner present as his substitute.

     

    Councillor Maureen Braun was absent from the meeting.

     

    Councillor Adam Langleben gave apologies for lateness.

     

3.

Declarations of Members Disclosable Pecuniary Interests and Non-Pecuniary Interests

    Minutes:

    Councillor Hugh Rayner declared a non-pecuniary interest in relation to agenda item 11 as he owns properties in the area.

     

    Councillor Hugh Rayner declared a non-pecuniary interest in relation to agenda item 9, Councillor Scannell’s Community funding application, as he lives close to the area.

     

    Councillor Langleben declared a non-pecuniary interest in relation to item 6, Longfield Avenue petition, as he knows the lead petitioner Mr Sam Benson.

     

    Councillor Langleben declared a non-pecuniary interest in relation to item 9, Councillor Scannell’s Community funding application, as the Reform Synagogue mentioned in the application.  

     

4.

Report of the Monitoring Officer (if any)

5.

Public Comments and Questions (if any) pdf icon PDF 173 KB

6.

Matters referred from the Hendon Area Residents Forum (If any) pdf icon PDF 241 KB

    Minutes:

    The Chairman introduced the item which related to three petitions referred up from the 23RD January Hendon Residents Forum.

     

    1.    The petition titled: Westmere Drive, NW7, Mill Hill, CPZ.

     

    Mr David Ritchie spoke in relation to Westmere Drive Petition on behalf of Mr Martin Rowell.

     

    Following comments from Members, the Committee RESOLVED to refer the matter to a Chief Officer to respond to the Lead Petitioner within 20 working days.

     

    2.    The petition titled: Pedestrian Crossing in Flower Lane, NW7, MILL Hill.

     

    Father Young spoke in relation to the Flower Lane Petition.

     

    Following comments from Members, the Committee RESOLVED to:

    i.             Refer the matter to a Chief Officer to respond to the Lead Petitioner within 20 working days.

    ii.            Agree to fund up to £5000 to undertake a feasibility study.  

     

    3.    The petition titled: Residents Parking Zone for Daws Lane, NW7, Mill Hill.

     

    Mrs Bianca Hallion spoke in relation to parking on Daws Lane petition.

     

    Following comments from Members, the Committee RESOLVED to:

    i.             Instruct an officer to prepare a report for a future meeting of the Committee on the issue raised outlining a recommended course of action.

    ii.            To agree to fund up to £5000 for an informal consultation to be undertaken.

     

     

     

7.

Petitions (if any)

8.

Members' Items (if any)

9.

Members Items' - Area Committee Funding Applications (if any) pdf icon PDF 246 KB

    Minutes:

    The Headteacher from Dollis Infant School introduced the application for funding submitted by Councillor Khatri, for a high-quality climbing frame with appropriate safety surface in its nursery outdoor learning are to develop the children’s physical and social skills. 

     

    The application was for £7,500.

     

    Following consideration, the Committee unanimously RESOLVED:

     

    To approve the application raised by Councillor Khatri for £7,500 and note the implications on the Committee’s CIL funding budget.

     

     

    Dr Kay introduced Councillor Scannell’s application for funding for double yellow lines on Orchard Drive and Stone Grove Junction, Edgware. The application was for £2,000.

     

    The Committee noted an error in the report that that ‘ it limits the width of the road to one car width for about 15 meters from the junction’ rather than ’50 metres’.

     

    Following consideration, the Committee unanimously RESOLVED:

     

    To approve the application raised by Councillor Khatri for £2,000 and note the implications on the Committee’s CIL funding budget.

     

     

     

     

10.

Area Committee Funding pdf icon PDF 235 KB

11.

Colindale Area Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) - Informal Consultation Results pdf icon PDF 366 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    The Strategic Director for Environment introduced the report and suggested Gervase Road could be included in the CPZ, as this had been raised as a big concern by residents.

     

    Councillor Duschinsky moved a motion to add to recommendation 1(d) of the report, ‘to include Gervase Road into the recommendations for Area 3’. Councillor Rayner seconded the motion.

     

    The Committee voted on the motion, which was unanimously agreed.

     

    Following discussion of the item Councillor Langleben moved a motion that ‘the Committee instruct the Strategic Director of Environment to have a discussion with the Deputy Chief Executive to discuss the specific costs of the implementation of the CPZ to the residents and that a report on the impact of the costs of the CPZ be brought back to a future Hendon Area Committee meeting.’

     

    The motion was seconded by Councillor Narenthia.

     

    The Committee voted on the motion, which was unanimously agreed.

     

    The Chairman then moved to vote on the all the recommendations within the report, including the addition to recommendation 1(d) to include Gervase Road into the recommendations for Area 3 and with the addition of recommendation (7) ‘That the Committee instruct the Strategic Director of Environment to have a discussion with the Deputy Chief Executive to discuss the specific costs of the implementation of the CPZ to the residents and that a report on the impact of the costs of the CPZ be brought back to a future Hendon Area Committee meeting.’

     

    The following was unanimously agreed:

    1.    That the Hendon Area Committee notes the results of the consultation and resolves to authorise the Strategic Director for Environment and his officers to;

    (a)  Carry out a statutory consultation on proposals to introduce the proposed CPZ, parking charges and waiting restrictions operation Monday to Friday 8am to 6.30pm in Area 1 as set out in Appendix C to the report.

    (b)  Not proceed with any proposals for the introduction of a CPZ in Area 2 in response to comments received.

    (c)  Investigate and carry out statutory consultation of the introduction of ‘At any time’ double yellow line waiting restrictions in Area 2 identified as a result of comments received during this consultation.

    (d)  Carry out statutory consultation on proposals to introduce the proposed CPZ, parking changes and waiting restrictions operational Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm in Area 3 as set out in Appendix C to this report and to include Gervase Road into the recommendations for Area 3.

    (e)  Carry out statutory consultation on proposals to introduce the proposed CPZ, parking charges and waiting restrictions operational Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm in Area 4 as set out in Appendix C to this report.

    (f)   Not proceed with any proposals for the introduction of a CPZ in Area 5 in response to comments received.

    (g)  Investigate and carry out statutory consultation on the introduction of ‘At any time’ double yellow line waiting restrictions at selected locations in Area identified as a result of comments received during this consultation.

    2.    That  ...  view the full minutes text for item 11.

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Forward Work Programme

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Any Other Items that the Chairman Decides are Urgent