South of the Borough Neighbourhood Committee


Tuesday 29 June 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 1 to 4 may be called in for review by 442 residents for the South of the Borough 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 Tuesday 13 July 2021

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Appointment of Chair and Vice-Chair for the Municipal Year 2021-22



RESOLVED that Councillor Lorraine Dunstone be appointed Chair and Councillor Thay Thayalan be appointed Vice-Chair for the South of the Borough Neighbourhood Committee and Planning Sub-Committee for the municipal year 2021-22.





Community Grant Applications

Appendix A



1.    The application for a £168 Neighbourhood Community Grant from Kingston Tour Guides and the Kingston Heritage Service be approved.

2.    The application for £1250 to support the work of the Hook 2 Minute Litter pick be approved.

3.    The application for £3000 to support the Sharing Lives (‘Men’s Shed) project be approved

4.    The application for £3000 to support funding for a floodlight generator for the Corinthian Casuals Youth Football Section be approved.

5.    An application for £2739.30 to support funding for the development of the Chessington Unity Running Club be approved.

6.    The existing allocation of £2,000 per Councillor as set out in the Neighbourhood’s Councillor Ward Funding Scheme, be retained.





Objections to proposed parking restrictions

Appendix B



1.    The comments and objections received in paragraphs 2 to 4 for Foxglove Lane, and 11 to 13 for Woodgate Avenue, and officer comments in paragraphs 5 to 10 and 14 be noted;

2.    The objections received for the introduction of double yellow line ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions in Foxglove Lane be set aside, and the implementation of the TMO, with amendments as described in paragraphs 9 and 10, is progressed.

3.    The objections received for the introduction of double yellow line ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions in Woodgate Avenue in Chessington be set aside, and the implementation of the TMO is progressed.

4.     The objectors are informed of the Committee’s decisions above.





Result of 20mph consultation

Late Material



1.    The results of the consultation be noted.

2.    To seek the views of residents in certain other roads with a view to introducing a 20 mph limit where specific safety issues would be addressed by so doing.

3.    A 20mph speed limit on roads that cross over from South of the Borough to Surbiton to be introduced, if the Surbiton neighbourhood committee agrees at committee to introduce a neighbourhood-wide 20mph speed limit on residential roads, which includes Red Lion Road and Herne Road.

4. To proceed with a TMO to address the following anomalies where current speed limits are too high:

a) on the B280 - Fairoak Lane And Rushett Lane, in liaison with Surrey County Council; and 

b) on Jubilee Way by re-siting the change of the 30mph/40mph speed limit change towards the A240.




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