Culture, Housing, Environment and Planning Committee (CHEP)

 

Wednesday 17 March 2021

 

DECISIONS

 

 

 

Set out below is a summary of the decisions taken at the meeting of Culture, Housing, Environment and Planning Committee (CHEP). The wording used does not necessarily reflect the actual wording that will appear in the minutes.

 

Decisions 1 to 4may be called in for review by 2,425 residents of the Borough.

 

A call-in must be submitted in writing and identify the decision to be called in and the reason(s) for it being called in.  It must contain sufficient information to enable Councillors and Officers to adequately prepare any review by the Scrutiny Panel.  The grounds for call-in are either that:

 

  • The decision is inconsistent with established policy;
  • There was a failure to meet statutory consultation requirements;
  • There was a failure to consider a material consideration;
  • There was a procedural impropriety and/or insufficient legal or financial advice was obtained; or
  • Significant new relevant issues have been raised which were not previously considered by the decision making committee.

 

Call-ins which, in the opinion of the Monitoring Officer, after consultation with the Chair of the Scrutiny Panel, are vexatious, frivolous or contain hateful, offensive, profane or vulgar language will not be accepted.

 

Please refer to Part 4C (Community Call-in Procedure Rules) for further information.

 

Signatures must be submitted either in hard copy to Democratic Services or through the petitions portal on the Council’s website.  Signatures gathered on third party websites or in any other electronic form will not be accepted.  Each person subscribing to the call-in document must sign it individually, either in hard copy or electronically on the petitions portal and include their name and address.

 

Call in deadline: 5pm on 1 April 2021

For enquiries, please contact:

Henry Yellop, Email: henry.yellop@kingston.gov.uk

Tel: 0208 547 5846

 

 

 

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1.             

Article 4 Direction for Seething Wells Filter Beds

Appendix A

RESOLVED that:

1.    The representations received through the public consultation be considered.

2.    The confirmation of the Article 4 Direction, subject to minor modifications to the wording of the Direction in order to allow the repair, maintenance and ‘like for like’ replacement of any existing gate, fence, wall or other means of enclosure is approved.

 

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2.             

Further Engagement on the Local Plan

Appendix B

RESOLVED that:

1.    A revised Local Development Scheme (Annex 1) incorporating changes to the timetable for preparing the new Local Plan set out in this report be approved.

2.    The undertaking of an additional stage of engagement in the Local Plan programme (to be known as Further Engagement on the Local Plan) - as set out in the revised Local Development Scheme - be approved. This will be carried out in conformity with relevant planning regulations.

3.    Prior to the Further Engagement on the Local Plan , the Assistant Director for Strategic Planning and Infrastructure, in consultation with the relevant Portfolio Holders and opposition spokesperson(s) be given delegated authority to agree the materials for the Further Engagement on the Local Plan.

 

 

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3.             

LIP Programme 21/22

Appendix C

RESOLVED that:

1.    Any comments on Annex 1 from the Neighbourhood Committees be noted as set out in the report at paragraph 7, and

2.    To further note that the Maldens and Coombe Neighbourhood Committee takes place on 24 March, so any additional comments from that Committee are considered by the Executive Director of Corporate and Communities in consultation with the Portfolio Holder.

3.    The proposed schemes, as listed in the table in Annex 1 are approved, and confirmed to TfL as the LIP programme for 2021/22, noting the TfL submission criteria in paragraph F.

4.    Should any adjustments be required to Annex 1, these will be delegated to the Executive Director of Corporate and Communities in consultation with the Portfolio Holder

 

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4.             

Planned Highway and Street Lighting Capital Programme 2021/22

Appendix D

RESOLVED that:

1.    The current status of schemes from the 2020/21 planned highway works as detailed in Annex 1, be noted

2.    Subject to any comments from the Neighbourhood Committees, the prioritised planned highway and street lighting capital maintenance programme for 2021/22, as detailed in Annex 2, be approved, with the Executive Director of Corporate and Communities delegated to deal with any in-year changes that may prove necessary in consultation with the Portfolio Holder and affected ward members.

3.    To further note that the Maldens and Coombe Neighbourhood Committee takes place on 24 March, so any additional comments from that Committee are considered by the Executive Director of Corporate and Communities in consultation with the Portfolio Holder

 

 

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