Agenda and draft minutes

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

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Note: Two paper copies of the agenda only will be available at the meeting for members of the public. Attendees are requested to view the agenda online and if needed, to print any specific agenda report(s). 

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes of the Previous Meeting pdf icon PDF 524 KB

    Minutes:

    It was RESOLVED that subject to the below corrections, the minutes of the previous meeting of the Hendon Area Committee on 17 September 2019 be agreed as a correct record.

     

    Corrections:

    ·       Agenda item 1 paragraph 2 should read ‘turning from Green Lane into Bell Lane’ and ‘outside the entrance to number 100 Bell Lane’ in place of Bell Lane Primary School.

    ·       Agenda item 7 on page 5, should read “Councillor Val Duschinsky”.

2.

Absence of Members (if any)

    Minutes:

    Apologies were received from Councillor Sarah Wardle who was substituted by Councillor Linda Freedman.

3.

Declarations of Members Disclosable Pecuniary Interests and Non-Pecuniary Interests

    Minutes:

    There were none.

4.

Report of the Monitoring Officer (if any)

    Minutes:

    There was none.

5.

Public Questions (if any)

    Minutes:

    There were none.

6.

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

    Minutes:

    There were none.

7.

Petitions (if any)

    Minutes:

    There were none.

8.

Area Committee Funding - Community Infrastructure Levy update pdf icon PDF 320 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Officers introduced the Area Committee grants funding report which provided the Committee with an update on the budget allocations for 2019/20.

     

    RESOLVED that the Committee unanimously agreed the following recommendations:

     

    1) That the Hendon Area Committee notes the amount available for allocation during 2019/20, as set out in paragraph 6.2.1 and in Appendix 1.

     

    2) That the Hendon Area Committee notes the amount of re-allocated underspends & overspends in section 2.1.

9.

Members Items' - Area Committee Funding Applications (if any) pdf icon PDF 411 KB

    Minutes:

    The CIL application by Councillor Brian Gordon was withdrawn prior to the meeting.

     

    1.     Councillor Sara Conway – Measures to address ongoing litter issues around Burnt Oak tube station

     

    Councillor Sara Conway introduced her CIL application for Litter bins with ashtrays for the area around Burnt Oak tube station and nearby key bus stops. The request also included anti-sticker coating for lamp posts and street furniture to prevent recurrence of recent major problems and removal of stickers.

     

     

    Following discussion, the Committee voted and the votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    6

    Against

    0

    Abstain

    1

     

    RESOLVED that the Committee agreed the £11500 for the bins and anti-sticker coating in the Watling area.

     

    2.     Councillor Val Duschinsky - Litter bins on the long path behind Parkside and Wise Lane car park

     

    Councillor Val Duschinsky introduced her CIL application for the supply and installation of two new large sentinel litter bins and eight standard litter bins. One Sentinel bin would replace the existing dual recycling bin by the café and another installed by the old crazy golf area. The eight standard litter bins would be dotted around the park to help with the litter issue, in addition to the ongoing replacement programme of the original litter bins.

     

    Following discussion, the Committee:

     

    RESOLVED to unanimously agreed to allocate £5100 for the bins on the long path behind Parkside and Wise Lane Car Park.

     

    3.     Cllr Simberg feasibility for a £5000 for pedestrian improvements.

     

    Councillor Elliot Simberg introduced his CIL application for a feasibility study for pedestrian improvements outside 228 Hale Lane Edgware in the vicinity of Lubavitch nursery.

     

    Following discussion, the Committee voted and the votes were recorded as follows:

     

    For

    6

    Against

    1

    Abstain

    0

     

    RESOLVED that the Committee agreed to allocate £5000 for a feasibility study for pedestrian improvements outside 228 Hale Lane Edgware in the vicinity of Lubavitch nursery.

     

10.

Bell Lane Committee Report pdf icon PDF 330 KB

11.

Any Other Items that the Chairman Decides are Urgent

    Minutes:

    The Chairman requested for an item to the March meeting detailing the current status of all agreed and upcoming schemes.