Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee

 

Wednesday 20 March 2019

 

DECISIONS

 

 

 

Set out below is a summary of the decisions taken at the meeting of Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee The wording used does not necessarily reflect the actual wording that will appear in the minutes.

 

Decisions 1, 2 and 5 may be called in for review by a minimum of 100 people who live, work, study, or own a property or business in the borough. A call-in must be submitted in writing and identify the decision to be called in and the reason for it being called in. It must be apparent from the document that each person who has subscribed to it is clear as to the decision being called in and the reasons for the call-in. Each person subscribing to the call-in document must sign it individually and include their name and address.

 

Electronic signatures are acceptable but the organisers of call-ins are strongly advised to gather online signatures using the petitions tool on the Council’s website linked below in order to help ensure compliance with the requirements of the call-in scheme. https://moderngov.kingston.gov.uk/mgEPetitionListDisplay.aspx?VM=2

 

Call in deadline: 5pm on Wednesday 3 April 2019

For enquiries, please contact:

Ann Sweeney tel 020 8547 4629

e-mail: ann.sweeney@kingston.gov.uk

 

 

 

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1.             

Brown's Road TM0 report and consultation in Alpha Road area

Appendix A

 

Resolved that

1.            the objections received in response to the publication of the TMO for the Browns Road area and officer’s responses, as set out in paragraphs 5 and 6 are noted;.

2.            in view of the proposal to move to a system of charging for parking permits based on vehicle emission levels, rather than a flat charge of £90p.a, as agreed as part of the Budget for 2019/20, residents of the Browns Road area be advised of the proposed charging scale, and pending views received on this, no action be taken on the implementation of the TMO;

 

3.            the results of the PPA consultation in Alpha Road Britannia Road and Middle Green Close are noted and residents are consulted on a TMO  for a Permit Parking area in these roads on the same basis as the Browns Rd area (Mon-Fri 11am -2pm) the consultation to include details of the proposed emissions based charging scale for permits, subject to legal advice on the appropriate form the this to be within the TMO consultation process  or by a separate letter;,  

 

4.            a further report is considered on the responses from residents in the two areas on permit parking and emission based charging for permits.

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2.             

Consultation on Parking Schemes in Beaconsfield Road

Appendix B

Resolved that

 

1.             the results of the Parking Beat Annex 1 are noted;

2.             residents are consulted on their perception of the parking situation in the road and whether they feel that a permit parking system would improve the situation

 

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3.             

Planning Applications

Appendix C

Approved

36 Villiers Avenue

63 Westfield Road

 

These decisions are not subject to call in

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4.             

Enforcement Action: 48 Maple Road, Surbiton, KT6 4AE

Appendix D

Shared Legal Service) are authorised to:

 

1.            issue an Enforcement Notice (s) under S. 172 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended), subject to any necessary legal amendments being made for which authority is delegated to the Head of Planning and Regeneration in consultation with officers from the London Borough of Merton (for Shared Legal Service SLLP),

 

2.            withdraw and to vary such notice (s) under S. 173A, and

 

3.            in the event of non-compliance, take action (s) by way of prosecution under S. 179, S.187A and/or direct action under S. 178 of the Act in respect of the breach of planning control/or for injunctive relief under S.187B.

Resolved that no action is taken

 

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5.             

Community Grants Programme

Appendix E

 

1.         the Neighbourhood Community Grants budget, as set out in Key Point B, is noted, the Committee will be asked to review applications and agree allocations for these grants throughout the year until the fund has been exhausted;

 

2.         the Borough-wide Community Grants budget as set out in Key Point C ; is noted

 

 

3.         the Neighbourhood’s entire Councillor Ward Funding budget is pooled so that it can be allocated to larger versions of the type of projects that are currently supported by Councillor Ward Funding., given the larger value these allocations will be subject to these projects being reported to the Committee for approval.;

 

4.         the opportunities available for further grant funding and Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) receipts, as set out in paragraphs 10-21 of the report, are noted and tthe Committee will be asked to consider any future bids that are made for these funds; and

 

5.         no cap is applied to the amount of CIL funding that can be allocated to individual projects each year as set out in paragraph 14.

 

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6.             

Neighbourhood Working Arrangements

Appendix F

 

Resolved that

 

1.            the 10 meetings programmed for 2019/20 continue to cover a mix of neighbourhood business and planning applications;

 

2.            a 10:30 pm ‘guillotine’ to be applied to meetings of the Committee (subject to the ability of the Committee to waive the guillotine by resolution when necessary)

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