Agenda and draft minutes

Cabinet
Tuesday 20 October 2020 4.00 pm

Venue: Online. This meeting will be livestreamed on Southwark Council's YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/southwarkcouncil

Contact: Paula Thornton and Virginia Wynn-Jones  Phone: 020 7525 4395/7055 Email:  paula.thornton@southwark.gov.uk;  virginia.wynn-jones@southwark.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

Announcement - Start time of cabinet meetings

The Leader confirmed that the start time for cabinet meetings from December will be changed to 11am, which will be reviewed in April 2021.

1.

Apologies

2.

Notification of any items of Business which the Chair Deems Urgent

    In special circumstances, an item of business may be added to an agenda within five clear working days of the meeting.

    Minutes:

    The chair gave notice of the following late items:

     

    Item 7:   Deputation requests

    Item 12:   760 Old Kent Road, SE15 1NJ - Strategic  Investment / Site Acquisition (and closed item 28)

    Item 13:  Policy and Resources Strategy: Revenue Monitoring Report, including Treasury Management 2020-21 (Month 5)

    Item 14:  Policy and Resources Strategy: Capital Monitoring Report, including Capital Programme Update 2020-21

    Item 16a:  Leisure Management Contract - Management options from April 2021 (Pre-decision scrutiny) - Recommendations of Overview and Scrutiny Committee.

     

    Reasons for urgency and lateness will be specified in the relevant minutes.

3.

Notice of Intention to conduct business in a closed meeting, and any representations received

4.

Disclosure of Interests and Dispensations

5.

Public Question Time (15 Minutes)

    To receive any questions from members of the public which have been submitted in advance of the meeting in accordance with the cabinet procedure rules. The deadline for the receipt of a public question is midnight Wednesday 14 October 2020.

    Minutes:

    None were received.

6.

Minutes

7.

Deputation Requests

    To consider any deputation requests. The deadline for the receipt of a deputation request is midnight Wednesday 14 October 2020.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    The report had not been circulated five clear days in advance of the meeting. The chair agreed to accept this item as urgent (the requests had been received in line with the council’s constitutional deadline for the receipt of deputation requests).

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the following deputation requests be heard.

     

    Dulwich Village/College Road and Woodyard residents associations 

     

    The spokersperson addressed cabinet to advise that they agreed with the goal of reducing peak time through traffic and encouraging safer walking and cycling, but felt that the proposals were disproportionate and unfair.  It was felt that the various measures could be adapted so as to achieve Southwark’s and the groups goals in a fair, balanced and equitable manner, and one which could attract widespread support.  

     

    The deputation outlined to cabinet the impact of the current actions and proposals for residents and businesses in the area.

     

    Clean Air for Dulwich

     

    Representatives from the community within the streets covered by the Streetspace measures in Dulwich Village and East Dulwich addressed cabinet responding to the public petition regarding the removal of these measures. Whilst they understood that there were a range of views they outlined to cabinet the positive impact of the measures for residents, businesses and local schools, as well as a request that the consultation process for the measures be followed to ensure that the impact of the trials could be fully understood before any amendments were made.

     

    The deputation outlined a number of concerns relating to road danger, healthy streets, accessible neighbourhoods and safety for children. It was felt that these measures were not focused on reducing pollution and improving road safety

     

    Cabinet Member / Deputy Cabinet Member response to road closures representations

     

    Councillor Catherine Rose responded to the road closure petition/deputations by thanking all for their contributions. She acknowledged that the implementation was carried out under extraordinary circumstances and the consultative processes carried out under emergency powers in response to COVID-19.

     

    Councillor Catherine Rose outlined measures to develop comprehensive and inclusive consultation, with the commitment to respond to feedback in a transparent manner.

     

    Councillor Radha Burgess outlined the delivery of this process with three key main objectives:

     

    1.  Reduction of air pollution of vehicles

    2.  All  leading active and healthy lives and

    3.  Reinvigorate the communities and high streets.

     

    Southwark Group of Tenant Organisation (SGTO) (Item 17 on the agenda: Government’s Consultation on the Planning White Paper’s “Planning for The Future.”)

     

    The deputation spokesperson addressed cabinet to outline their concern about the lack of reference in the Planning White Paper to social housing and the proposal to implement S106 and community infrastructure levy charges at the point of occupation. The need to work with tenants including those who were digitally excluded was emphasised.

     

    Southwark Planning Network / Southwark Law Centre (Item 17 on the agenda: Government’s Consultation on the Planning for the Future.”)

     

    The spokesperson explained the current operation of the network and the links and effective work undertaken with other local groups in the area. Whilst it was considered  ...  view the full minutes text for item 7.

8.

Petition - Road closures in Dulwich

9.

Southwark Stands Together Roadmap

    To consider the update and actions arising.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the commitment to deliver Southwark Stands Together as a long term programme of positive action, education and initiatives to tackle racism, injustice and inequality be incorporated into the refreshed Council Plan be agreed; with priority measures and milestones developed and embedded into the council’s performance management framework.

     

    2.  That a new commitment to work to ensure the top of the council’s workforce is representative of the ethnic diversity of the local working age population by 2030 be agreed; and that work be undertaken, in consultation with staff, unions and the local community, to put in place the actions to achieve this ambition as well as short and long term success measures.

     

    3.  That it be agreed that the following principles should be incorporated into the council’s values that inform all the work we do across the council, with their final wording to be set out in the refreshed Council Plan; that we will:

     

    a.  Always work to make Southwark more equal and just

    b.  Stand against all forms of discrimination and racism.

     

    4.  That the five Southwark Stands Together Pledges that the council is asking businesses, organisations, groups and residents to sign up to be reaffirmed and it be agreed to publicise and communicate these further using a cross sector approach.

     

    5.  That it be noted that future stages of engagement will involve connecting better, building relationships and working collaboratively and inclusively with residents, businesses and the wider community across the borough.

     

    6.  That it be noted that the resourcing implications from the programme will be assessed and continuously reviewed through the council’s policy and resources strategy process.

     

    7.  That it be noted that an annual report on programme progress will be presented to cabinet in July 2021.

10.

Southwark Community Support Alliance Update

11.

Southwark Housing Strategy

12.

760 Old Kent Road, SE15 1NJ - Strategic Investment / Site Acquisition

    To agree the freehold purchase.  

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    It was not possible to circulate this report five clear days in advance of the meeting. The chair agreed to accept this item as urgent because if the council did not meet these timescales then it was likely the ability to complete this acquisition would be lost and the council would lose out on the opportunity to acquire a site providing substantial additional income and growth to support the delivery of council services and the prospect over the longer term to deliver new council homes on the site.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That pursuant to s227 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, that the council be authorised to acquire the freehold interest in the property shown edged black on the plan at Appendix A of the report.

     

    2.  That the principal purchase terms set out in full in paragraph 16 of the closed version of the report and substantially in paragraph 19 of the open report be authorised.

     

    3.  That authority be delegated to the director of regeneration to agree the detailed terms of the acquisition.

13.

Policy and Resources Strategy: Revenue Monitoring Report, including Treasury Management 2020-21 (Month 5)

    To note the revenue monitoring report.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    It was not possible to circulate this report five clear days in advance of the meeting. The chair agreed to accept this item as urgent because the council regularly updates cabinet on the revenue monitoring position.  This was vitally important in the current circumstances of the Covid-19 pandemic, and its financial impact on the councils overall financial position. 

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the General Fund forecast outturn position for 2020-21 (Table 1 of the report) be noted.

     

    2.  That the Covid-19 emergency funding support received to date paragraphs 23 – 27 of the report) be noted.

     

    3.  The Governments Covid-19 sales, fees and charges compensation scheme (paragraph 24 of the report), and that the scheme only part funds the actual losses incurred be noted.

     

    4.  That the difference of £12.897m between the additional costs and lost income forecast in the report and the funding provided the government to date (Table 2 of the report) be noted.

     

    5.  That it be noted that the funding shortfall does not include the costs of Covid-19 support for residents, businesses and communities already funded from reserves of £4.0m (paragraph 22 of the report),

     

    6.  That the forecast losses on the Collection Fund, currently estimated at £16m, will be a charge to future years budgets (paragraph 22 of the report) be noted.

     

    7.  That the other key adverse variations and budget pressures underlying the forecast outturn position be noted, notably:

    ·  Dedicated School Grants (DSG) High Needs in year pressure of £3.2m and accumulated deficit of £21.7m (paragraph 44 – 48 of the report)

    ·  Emergency tree recovery plan £1.8m.

     

    8.  That the housing revenue account (HRA) forecast outturn position for 2020-21 (Table 3, paragraphs 78-90 of the report) be noted.

     

    9.  That it be noted that there is currently no compensation for the HRA for additional costs or lost income arising from the pandemic.

     

    10.  That the treasury management activity to date in 2020-21 (paragraphs 91-98 of the report) be noted.

     

    11.  That the interdepartmental General Fund budget movements that are less than £250k as shown in Appendix A of the report be noted.

14.

Policy and Resources Strategy: Capital Monitoring Report, including Capital Programme Update 2020-21

    To note the capital monitoring report.  

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    It was not possible to circulate this report five clear days in advance of the meeting. The chair agreed to accept this item as urgent the council regularly updates cabinet on the capital monitoring position.  This was vitally important in the current circumstances of the Covid-19 pandemic, and its financial impact on the councils overall financial position.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the forecast outturn and resources for 2020-21 and future years for both the general fund and housing investment programmes as detailed in Appendices A, B and D of the report be noted.

     

    2.  That the virements and variations to the general fund and housing investment capital programme as detailed in Appendix C of the report be approved.

     

    3.  That the inclusion in the programme of the capital bids set out in Appendix E of the report be approved.

     

    4.  That the significant funding requirement of £379m which needs to be identified for the general fund programme to be fully delivered over the remaining term of the programme, as detailed in Appendix A of the report be noted.

     

    5.  That the significant funding requirement of £98m which needs to be identified for the housing investment programme to be fully delivered over the remaining term of the programme, as detailed in Appendix B of the report be noted.

15.

Recommendation to Stop and Close Queens Road 4

    To request a decision to formally stop and close the Queens Road 4 (QR4) programme (including terminating construction contracts), following the impact of COVID-19 on the way in which services are delivered moving forward, and taking into account the considerable financial challenges forecast over the coming months.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the decision to formally stop and close the Queens Road 4 (QR4) programme (including terminating construction contracts) be taken, following the impact of COVID-19 on the way in which services are delivered moving forward, and taking into account the considerable financial challenges forecast over the coming months.

     

    2.  That officers in regeneration and new homes, in consultation with the cabinet member for housing, appoint an architect, from the Southwark Architects Framework, to undertake a feasibility to explore the potential use of the site at 128-148 Asylum Road (QR4) as a housing redevelopment opportunity.

     

    3.  That the need to find alternative service delivery accommodation solutions for staff based in Talfourd Place (28 staff), Curlew House (90 staff), Sumner House (182 staff) and Bournemouth Road (95 staff) be noted.

     

    4.  That it be noted that this recommendation includes the termination of the pre-construction services agreement (PCSA) contract, leading to the need, if required, to reappoint contractors later, including potential redesign. The costs, timeline and scope would need to be picked up as a new programme with revised governance in place.

     

    5.  That it be noted this recommendation may impact the council's ability to release the current candidate sites for redevelopment into new homes, impacting on Southwark’s new homes target, as outlined in Table 1 of the report.

     

    6.  That it be noted that the Pelican Estate redevelopment scheme cannot be delivered without the release of both Curlew House and Talfourd Place with these buildings intrinsically linked.

     

    7.  That it be noted that this recommendation may negatively impact the council's commitment to be net carbon neutral by 2030, by not disposing of inefficient old buildings and redeveloping these sites to be environmentally sustainable.

     

    8.  That it be noted that officers have started on the path towards developing a new staff accommodation strategy, developing new ways of working and establishing a clear vision for a future operating model moving forward.

16.

Leisure Management Contract Options from April 2021

    To note the findings of the evaluation of the two options available to the council for the management of the leisure centres from the 1 April 2021 and approve the plan to enter into negotiations and agree a contract variation with Sports and Leisure Management Ltd (SLM), in order for the council to fully evaluate the options available to it when the current contract ends in June 2023.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Cabinet considered the overview and scrutiny committee report in conjunction with this item.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the findings of the evaluation of the two options available to the council for the management of the leisure centres from 1 April 2021, which is the end date for the current COVID-19 financial support agreement be noted. The evaluation indicates that, subject to the details and an agreement on any proposed variation in the contract it is likely to be advantageous for the council to continue in contract with the council’s leisure management contractor, subject to affordability, Sports and Leisure Management Ltd (SLM) whilst the future of the leisure offering is decided upon. 

     

    2.  That it be noted that the continuation of the contract with SLM is likely to require negotiation and a contract variation and delegates approval of the detail of the contract variation to the strategic director of environment and leisure, in consultation with the strategic director of finance and governance, the cabinet member for leisure, environment and roads and the cabinet member for finance & resources.

     

    3.  That it be noted that these negotiations will consider the impact on employees of SLM and the council will ensure appropriate consultation with recognised trade unions takes place in relation to this and in the consideration of any future options.

     

    4.  That the council’s continued policy commitment to free swim and gym scheme be noted but recognises the need to review the scheme to ensure that it best meets the needs of residents post COVID. There is also a need to review the leisure asset base in terms of sustainability and fitness for purpose. Findings from this evaluation will factor into negotiations and future options for the service; the detailed proposals for any service changes will be the subject of a report to the lead cabinet member later this year, and before the submission of a gateway 3 report in connection with the contract variation referred to in recommendation 2 above.

     

    5.  That a Gateway 0 (full options review) be brought forward for cabinet review in or before March 2021, which will set out the preferred option for delivery of leisure centre management following the end of the contract with SLM; the contract period will expire in June 2023 unless it is terminated early.

16a

Leisure Management Contract - Management options from April 2021 (Pre-decision scrutiny) - Recommendations of Overview and Scrutiny Committee

    To consider a report from overview and scrutiny committee and recommendations.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Councillor Ian Wingfield, chair of overview and scrutiny committee presented the report and recommendations to cabinet.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That, the long timescales involved in continuing the contract with the current provider post April 2021 until its expiry in 2023 be considered again by cabinet, and makes it clear that arrangements for leisure provision may well change in advance of that date, including the preferred option of in-house provision.

     

    2.  That clear a commitment to the continued offer of free swim and gym be made and that cabinet states that this is not a negotiable element in discussions with the current contractor.

     

    3.  That cabinet carries out another evaluation of this contract in April 2021, as we run the risk of just funding the current service until 2023 without getting value for money for the council and our residents.

17.

Government's Consultation on the Planning White Paper "Planning for the Future"

18.

Southwark Skills Strategy - Delivery Plan Progress Update

19.

Pupil Place Planning Report

    To note the updated forecasts and existing supply of primary and secondary school and a review of Place Planning areas to support primary and secondary school place planning is underway.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the updated forecasts of primary and secondary school places from 2020-2021 onwards set out in paragraphs 39 to 44 (primary) and paragraph 49 (secondary) of the report be noted.

     

    2.  That the existing supply of primary and secondary places across the council area, and the actions to monitor supply and demand be noted.

     

    3.  That a review of place planning areas to support primary and secondary school place planning which is underway as set out in paragraphs 7 to 10 of the report be noted.

20.

Report from the Education and Business Scrutiny Commission: Exclusions and Alternative Provision (response to the report considered at July cabinet)

21.

Report from Environment Scrutiny Commission: Second Review of the Climate Emergency Strategy (response to the report considered at July cabinet)

22.

Report from Environment Scrutiny Commission: Air quality (response to the report considered at July cabinet)

23.

Report from Housing Scrutiny Commission: Housing Associations

    To agree new criteria for reviewing the List of Registered Providers (RPs) for section 106 affordable housing based on the draft criteria and related recommendations.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Councillor Stephanie Cryan having declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in respect of this item (as a leaseholder) did not participate in the discussion or decision making for this item.

     

    Councillor Gavin Edwards, chair of the housing scrutiny commission, was in attendance to give feedback in respect of the response.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    Decisions of Cabinet

     

    1.  That it be agreed that the council sets out new criteria for reviewing the list of registered providers (RPs) for section 106 affordable housing based on the draft criteria set out in paragraph 12 of the report.

     

    2.  That as part of this criteria a new charter for registered providers (RPs) and affordable housing providers in Southwark is created that sets out the council’s requirements for positive partnership work

     

    3.  That once the new set of criteria for inclusion on the list of registered providers (RPs) for Section 106 affordable housing is agreed, that a new list is created and from then on reviewed annually.

     

    4.  That training on Southwark Councillors’ role as designated people within the Regulator of Social Housing’s complaints process should be provided to Councillors, and that this role should be clarified in a letter to all housing associations operating in the borough.

     

    5.  That it be agreed that the council should review the process through which land is purchased in Southwark for affordable housing delivery to limit competition between the council and other registered providers (RPs) that can unnecessarily drive up land prices and reduce the amount of funding that can actually be invested into delivering social housing.

     

    Decisions of the Leader of the Council

     

    6.  That authority for agreeing the final criteria for reviewing the list of registered providers (RPs) be delegated to the cabinet member for housing.

     

    7.  That  authority be delegated to the cabinet member for housing to agree the charter for registered providers (RPs.)

24.

Report from Housing Scrutiny Commission: District Heating and Heat Networks

25.

Gateway 3 - Contract Variation Heating and Water Contracts A&B

    To approve the variation of contract A (north of the borough) heating and water contract and the variation of contract B (south of the borough), heating and water contract.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the variation of contract A (north of the borough) heating and water contract to OCO Ltd to extend the term of the contract for a period of three years from 1 April 2021 at an estimated sum of £12.5m per annum making a total estimated extension value of £37.5m, and estimated contract value of £82.5m for eight years composed of actual and projected expenditure be approved.

     

    2.  That the variation of contract B (south of the borough) heating and water contract to Smith & Byford Ltd to extend the term of the contract for a period of three years from 1 April 2021 at an estimated sum of £8.2m per annum making a total estimated extension value of £24.6m, and a total estimated contract value of £59.3m for eight years composed of actual and projected expenditure be approved.

26.

Appointments to Outside Bodies 2020-21

    To consider and agree appointments to the outside bodies for the 2020-21 municipal year.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED:

     

    That the cabinet the appointments to the outside bodies listed in Appendix A of the report for the 2020-21 municipal year be agreed as follows:

     

    Better Bankside Board

     

    Councillor Stephanie Cryan

     

    Blue Bermondsey Bid

     

    Councillor Leanne Werner

     

    Board of Southwark College Corporation

     

    Councillor Stephanie Cryan

     

    Browning Estate Management Association

     

    Councillor Darren Merrill

     

    Canada Water Consultative Forum

     

    Councillor Johnson Situ

    Councillor Kath Whittam

    Councillor Jane Salmon

     

    Central London Forward

     

    Councillor Kieron Williams

     

    Centre for Literacy in Primary Education

     

    Councillor Jasmine Ali

     

    Creation Trust

     

    Councillor Leo Pollak

    Councillor Jack Buck

    Councillor Lorraine Lauder

     

    Cross River Board

     

    Councillor Johnson Situ

     

    Crystal Palace Community Development Trust

     

    Councillor Andy Simmons

     

    Newable Limited (formerly Greater London Enterprise)

     

    Councillor Stephanie Cryan

     

    Groundwork London, Local Authority Strategic Input Board

     

    Councillor Catherine Rose

     

    Guys and St. Thomas NHS Foundation (Council of Governors)

     

    Councillor Evelyn Akoto

     

    Kings College Hospital NHS (Council of Governors)

     

    Councillor Dora Dixon-Fyle

     

    London Road Safety Council (LRSC)

     

    Councillor Catherine Rose

    Councillor Radha Burgess

     

    London Youth Games Limited

     

    Councillor Catherine Rose

    Councillor  Jasmine Ali (deputy)

     

    Millwall for All

     

    Councillor Sunny Lambe

     

    North Southwark Environment Trust

     

    Councillor Kath Whittam

     

    Old Vic Board of Trustees

     

    Councillor Rebecca Lury

     

    Potters Fields Park Management Trust

     

    Councillor Catherine Rose

    Caroline Bruce

     

    Plastic Free East Dulwich

     

    Councillor Charlie Smith

     

    Plastic Free Peckham

     

    Councillor Cleo Soanes

     

    Shared ICT Services Joint Committee

     

    Councillor Rebecca Lury

    Councillor Alice Macdonald

     

    South Bank Partnership

     

    Councillor Stephanie Cryan

    Councillor Victor Chamberlain

    Councillor Adele Morris

    Councillor David Noakes

     

    South Bank Business Improvement District Ltd

     

    Councillor Adele Morris

    Councillor Stephanie Cryan

     

    South Bermondsey Big Local Partnership Steering Group

     

    Councillor Richard Livingstone

    Councillor Sunny Lambe

     

    South London Gallery Trustee Limited

     

    Councillor Maria Linforth-Hall

    Councillor Radha Burgess

    Councillor Cleo Soanes

     

    South London and Maudsley (SLaM) NHS Trust Members Council

     

    Councillor Helen Dennis

     

    Southwark Construction Skills Centre

     

    Councillor Stephanie Cryan

     

    Southwark and Lambeth Archaeological Excavation Committee (SLAEC)

     

    Councillor Leanne Werner

    Mr. Bob Skelly (Deputy)

     

    Safer Neighbourhood Board (Southwark)

     

    Councillor Evelyn Akoto

     

    WeAreWaterloo BID

     

    Councillor Graham Neale

27.

Nominations to Panels, Boards and Forums 2020-21

    To agree the allocation of places to the panels, boards and forums for the 2020-21 municipal year..

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the allocation of places to the panels, boards and forums set out in Appendix A of the report for the 2020-21 municipal year and member nominations be agreed as follows:

     

    Joint Partnership Panel (Trade-union consultation)

     

    Councillor Kieron Williams

    Councillor Rebecca Lury

     

    Homeowners Service Charge Arbitration Panel

     

    Councillor Charlie Smith

    Councillor Lorraine Lauder

    Councillor Renata Hamvas

    Councillor Sunny Lambe

    Councillor Sandra Rhule

    Councillor Margy Newens

    Councillor Kath Whittam

    Councillor Dora Dixon-Fyle

    Councillor Maria Linforth-Hall

    Councillor Jane Salmon

    Councillor Eliza Mann

    Councillor Anood Al-Samerai

     

    Tenancy and Leasehold Arbitration Tribunals

     

    Councillor Charlie Smith

    Councillor Lorraine Lauder

    Councillor Renata Hamvas

    Councillor Sunny Lambe

    Councillor Sandra Rhule

    Councillor Margy Newens

    Councillor Kath Whittam

    Councillor Dora Dixon-Fyle

    Councillor Maria Linforth-Hall

    Councillor Jane Salmon

    Councillor Eliza Mann

    Councillor Anood Al-Samerai

    Councillor William Houngbo

     

    Southwark Safeguarding Adults Board

     

    Councillor Helen Dennis

    Councillor Evelyn Akoto

     

    Southwark Safeguarding Children’s Board

     

    Councillor Jasmine Ali

    Councillor  Evelyn Akoto

     

    (*Cabinet requested that Councillor Evelyn Akoto also be invited to meetings of the board)

     

    Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education

     

    Councillor Graham Neale

    Councillor Richard Leeming

    Councillor Maggie Browning

     

    Southwark Tenant Management Organisation Committee

     

    Councillor Leo Pollak

    Councillor Gavin Edwards

    Councillor Darren Merrill

    Councillor William Houngbo

Exclusion of the press and public

That the press and public be excluded form the meeting for the following items of business on the grounds that they involve the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in category 3 of paragraph 10.4 of the access to information procedure rules of the Southwark Constitution.

 

The following is a summary of the decisions taken in the closed part of the meeting.

28.

760 Old Kent Road, SE15 1NJ - Strategic Investment / Site Acquisition

Minutes:

The cabinet considered the closed information relating to this item. Please see item 12 for the decision.