South of the Borough Neighbourhood Committee

 

Wednesday 27 March 2019

 

DECISIONS

 

 

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

 

Decisions 2, 3.3, 3.5, and 4.2may 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.

 

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Call in deadline: 5pm on Wednesday 10 April 2019

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1.             

Planning Applications

Appendix A

 

Resolved that the following applications for planning permission are permitted:

 

1.1       18/10144 46 (Rescue House) Oakcroft Road, Chessington, KT9 1RH

 

Variation of Condition 17 (Permitted Hours for Traffic Movements) of Planning Permission 96/2114/FUL (Erection of 5 industrial/warehouse units, car parking and servicing) to allow occasional movement of vehicles on land adjoining the premises and erection of a 3.2m high timber acoustic fence along part of the boundary.

 

1.2       A2 18/10299 Land at Maypole Motors, Vale Road South, Surbiton, KT6 5AQ

 

Demolition of existing buildings and erection of 9 x 3 bed houses with associated parking, landscape and amenity space.

 

 

2.             

Neighbourhood Working Arrangements

Appendix B

 

Resolved that–

 

1.            a Planning Sub-Committee should be established to consider planning and related issues within its remit and

 

(a)  the membership of the Sub-Committee shall be 5 members (with a quorum of 3 members) on a rotational basis with at least one Member from each Ward and

 

(b) the Chair and Vice-Chair of the Sub-Committee for the 2019/20 Municipal Year to be appointed at the Neighbourhood Committee meeting on 4 June

 

2.            a ‘guillotine’ should not be applied to meetings of the Committee but generally the aim will be to complete meetings by 10.30pm

 

 

3.             

Community Grants Programme

Appendix C

 

Resolved that–

 

1.    the Neighbourhood Community Grants budget, as set out in Key Point B is noted, and 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 budget for Councillor Ward Funding will be allocated at £2,000 per Councillor and the current system of Councillor Ward Funding is retained for the time being;

 

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 that the Committee will be asked to consider any future bids that are made for these funds; and

 

5.    with reference to paragraph 14, a cap will not be applied to the amount of CIL funding that can be allocated to individual projects each year.

 

 

4.             

Gilders Road / Billockby Close, Junction - Traffic Management Order Objections

Appendix D

 

Resolved that –

 

1.    the objections received in response to the publication of the Traffic Management Order (TMO), described in paragraph 10 of the report, and the officer’s response in paragraphs 11 and 12 of the report are noted: and

 

2.     the objections are rejected for the reasons set out in paragraphs 11 and 12 of the report and the TMO imposing double yellow lines (as detailed by Annex 1 of the report) is confirmed without modification.