Agenda and draft minutes
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The Chairman introduced himself and the Officers present and welcomed everyone to the virtual meeting.
1. Petition: Speed Indicator Sign for Hendon Wood Lane
Lead Petitioner: Steven Wilson
Number of signatures: 27
The petition was introduced by the Lead Petitioner and discussed by the Panel. Officers explained that a speed survey or signage may be an option and that the Area Committee would be best placed to decide this. Councillor Alex Prager also highlighted to the Lead Petitioner the Community Road Watch initiative which involves residents working with the Met Police to flag any areas where there may be issues with speeding. The contact for the initiative is CommunityRoadwatch@met.police.uk
It was RESOLVED that;
The petition be referred to the Hendon Area Committee for consideration.
N.B It has since been established that the area in question falls within Chipping Barnet, rather than Hendon, and therefore with agreement of the Chairmen of the Hendon and Chipping Barnet Area Committees the petition is to be referred to the next meeting of the latter, and the Lead Petitioner has been informed.
2. Petition: Parking Restrictions Proposed – Corner of Farm Road & West Way HA8 9LP
Lead Petitioner: Mrs Ruth Veng-Christensen
Number of signatures: 32
The petition was introduced by the Lead Petitioner and discussed by the Panel. Officers explained that they had received comments from Hale Ward Councillors in support of the petition and that, in line with the published response, the petition would be included when reviewing the design of the scheme as part of the consultation results.
It was therefore RESOLVED that;
The Chairman referred the issue to Officers to ensure it is fed into the final report as part of the consultation results. Officers confirmed that Ward Councillors would have sight of the final report before it is formally signed off.