Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee


Thursday 22 July 2021






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


Decisions 2 and 3 may be called in for review by 578 residents for the Surbiton neighbourhood.


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 Thursday 5 August 2021

For enquiries, please contact:

Fiona Cotter 0208 547 4607







Planning Consultation - 21/01313/OUT - Willow Grange Care Home, 1 - 3 Adelaide Road, Surbiton KT6 4TA

Appendix A


This planning application had been brought to the Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee for comment. The application would be determined at the Planning Committee (if the Officer recommendation was for approval) in accordance with the Council’s Scheme of Delegation





King Charles Road Low Traffic Scheme - Experimental Traffic Management Order Review

Appendix B




1)    The King Charles Road closure to motor vehicles be made permanent and the necessary statutory process be undertaken to make the order permanent;


2)    The objections received as part of the statutory consultation be set aside;


3)    A traffic master plan for Berrylands (broadly the area within Ewell Road/A3 boundary and Berrylands Road) be brought back to the committee before June 2022;


4)    The scheme be monitored with additional traffic and air quality data being collected, and an update report be brought to the committee for information in 12 months.





Community Grants

Appendix C




An application for a £1,250 Neighbourhood Community Grant from the Sunray and Egmont Residents Association as set out in paragraphs 6 – 11 of the report be approved.





Neighbourhood Manager's Verbal Update Report



Report for note.





Surbiton Neighbourhood Co-Chairs Annual Report 2020/21

Appendix D


Report for note.





Work Programme

Appendix E


Report for note.



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