Agenda and minutes

Decision-making meeting, Borough, Bankside and Walworth Community Council
Monday 19 March 2018 6.30 pm

Venue: Amigo Hall, St George’s Cathedral, Lambeth Road, London SE1 7HY (intersection with St George’s Road)

Contact: Gerald Gohler, Constitutional Officer; Email: gerald.gohler@southwark.gov.uk, Tel: 020 7525 7420 

Items
No. Item

1.

Welcome and introductions

2.

Apologies

3.

Disclosure of members' interests and dispensations

    Minutes:

    Councillor Adele Morris declared a non-pecuniary interest in the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre development item which would be discussed in the forum meeting: as a current and potentially future member of the planning committee, she would not be taking part in any discussions regarding this issue.

     

4.

Items of business that the Chair deems urgent

5.

Minutes

6.

Petitions and Deputations

    The chair to advise on any deputations or petitions received.

     

    This must relate to a subject matter on this agenda only.

     

    Deputation requests are also considered at the community council forum meeting which will be subject to approval from the chair.

     

    Minutes:

    There were none.

7.

Allocation of Neighbourhoods Fund 2018-19

    To allocate a total of £169,501 of the Neighbourhoods Fund 2018-19 from the list of applications outlined in Appendix 1 of the report. 

     

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Note: This is an executive function for decision by the community council.

     

    The chair introduced the item, explaining the nature of the decision making process for the neighbourhoods fund. Councillors considered the information presented in the report.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    That the following amounts of Neighbourhoods Fund 2018-19 funding from the list of applications outlined in Appendix 1 of the report be allocated:

     

     

     

    Cathedrals ward

    Ref

    Name of group

    Project name

    Award

    910116

    Bankside Open Spaces Trust

    The Great Get Together Bankside 2018

    £9,000

    911969

    Bankside Residents' Forum

    Bankside Grand Iftar 2018

    £1,900

    911859

    Blackfriars Settlement (Mental Health and wellbeing)

    Acting Up

    £4,928

    907592

    Boxing Ltd

    Boxing clubs in schools and parks

    £3,100

    909331

    Community Green Champions

    Community Green Champions

    £1,015

    910511

    Marshalsea Tenants Association

    Let's Just create

    £2,500

    909749

    Mint Street Music Festival Team

    Mint Street Music Festival 2018

    £3,978

    910453

    St George in Southwark Festival

    Celebrating St George in Southwark

    £2,810

    907666

    TMO Styles House, gardening sub committee

    Styles House Open Garden and Allotment Day

    £780

     

     

     

     

    Chaucer ward

    Ref

    Name of group

    Project name

    Award

    912033

    Decima Street Tenants & Residents Association

    11th Annual Decima Street TRA Festival

    £2,000

    903495

    Haddonhall Residents T.M.O

    Haddonhall Keep Fit Club

     £1,450

    909870

    Lawson Estate Tenants & Residents Association

    Young Stars Football Academy

     £5,000

    909357

    Mental Fight Club

    Developing The Volunteer Journey at The Dragon Cafe

     £4,674

    909630

    Mummies Republic

    Stay and Play Cafe

    £4,752

    908700

    St. George the Martyr Church

    St Georges Community Cafe

    £5,000

    910419

    St. George the Martyr Church

    The St George's Festival

    £4,994

    911619

    Tabard Gardens Central Tenants & Residents Association

    Coffee Morning for Over 50s

    £2,500

    911676

    Tabard Growers

    Tabard Growers Harvest Day

     £600

     

     

     

    East Walworth ward

    Ref

    Name of group

    Project name

    Award

    906530

    Burgess Sports

    Multi-sports Camp Summer Holidays

     £5,000

    912691

    Congreve Community Connect

    Congreve Community Connect

     £5,850

    910149

    Construction Youth Trust

    Construction into Schools (Walworth Academy)

     £7,500

    912650

    East Walworth Wanderers

    Community Football Club

    £9,000

    911563

    Friends of Surrey Square Park

    Bat's Night and monitoring

    £1,020

    911907

    Southwark Sea Cadets

    Summer Camp

    £1,000

    909747

    Tatum Street Community Party Group

    Tatum Street Party

    £3,350

    911710

    The Walworth Society

    History of Walworth Festival

    £1,850

    911717

    Walworth Amateur Sports Programme

    Support for Community Sports Clubs

    £3,470

    908476

    Uncle-Aug CIC

    Walworth Youths 2018

    £4,000

     

     

     

    Faraday ward

    Ref

    Name of group

    Project name

    Award

    908907

    Art in the Park

    Burgess Park Drawing Club

     £5,114

    910059

    Artic (ART In Communities)

    Horti – Culture Club

    £5,052

    911610

    From THAT to THIS

    Skills for Life

    £6,280

    911987

    Holistic Well Women

    Creative Crafts Corner

    £2,500

    910552

    InSpire at St Peter's

    InSpired to Grow

    £5,374

    908255

    Southwark Explorers' Club

    Southwark Explorers' Club

    £980

    911984

    Theatre Delicatessen & Southwark Refugee Response

    Home Festival Celebration Event - Refugee Week 2018

    £2,150

    911711

    The Walworth Society

    History of Walworth Festival

    £1,000

     

     

    Newington ward

    Ref

    Name of group

    Project name

    Award

    911794

    Alberta Tenants and Residents Association

    Alberta Estate Window Flower Box Restoration

     £527

    911685

    Central Southwark Community Hub

    Holiday Activity Club

    £4,630

     

    907875

    Disability Sports Coach

    Community Sports Club for people with disabilities  ...  view the full minutes text for item 7.

8.

Cleaner Greener Safer 2018-19: Capital Funding Allocation

9.

Community Council Highways Capital Investment 2017-18 and 2018-19

10.

Refresh and update the Community Infrastructure Project List (CIPL) to guide local CIL expenditure in each Community Council area.

    1.  To agree to update the Community Infrastructure Project List (CIPL) for this community council area. 

     

    2.  To agree a shortlist of priority projects the community council wishes to prioritise for funding that will be taken forward to cabinet for their decision.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Note: This is an executive function for decision by the community council.

     

    Councillors discussed the information contained in the report and the allocation process.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

     

    1.  That the Community Infrastructure Project List (CIPL) for this community council area be updated as follows:

     

    a.  That following projects to be deleted from the list:

     

    Ward(s)

    Project name

       

    Links between Green Spaces in Walworth

    Newington

    Manor Place Terrace public realm improvements

    Faraday / East Walworth

    Public realm improvements to Rodney Road, East Street and Bagshot Street

    Faraday / East Walworth / Newington

    Walworth Road, historic way finding and street signage

    Newington

    Access improvements to Walworth Garden Farm

     

     

    b.  The following projects be added to the list:

     

    Ward(s)

    Project name

    Chaucer

    Harper Road improvements – traffic calming

    Chaucer

    Improvements to Newington Gardens

    Chaucer

    Rockingham Community Centre refurbishment

    Faraday

     

    Traffic Calming on Merrow Street and Aylesbury Road

    Faraday

    Completion of labyrinth project

    Faraday

    Completing Church Commission York Stone repaving

    Cathedrals

    The Great Get together Store and equipment

    Newington

    Transform Albert Wescott Communal Gardens (removal of railings and landscaping – linked to Walk Elephant priorities)

    Newington

    Walworth Garden education centre (A new visitor centre/ art gallery/environmental education centre as part of the redevelopment of both the entrance and perimeter fence)

    Newington

    Kennington Royal British Legion new homes and community space

    Newington

    Draper Together - Wollaston Close undercroft transformed into educational and social activities hub specifically for youth and over 65s

    Newington

    Draper Triangle – improvements to the green space opposite Draper House and Sherston Court

    Newington

    Pasley Park Playground

    Newington

    Amelia Street (between Crampton St and Penton Place) – Improving access to Pullens Gardens and household waste management. (WALK ELEPHANT programme)

    Newington

    Amelia Street – Crampton St to the Walworth Road. (WALK ELEPHANT programme).

    Newington

    Manor Place between Penton Place and the Walworth Road. (WALK ELEPHANT programme).

    Cathedrals

    Bankside Village Mobile Unit - used as a meanwhile meeting space, community space for Bankside Village and other local groups. In addition used as a storage space for event equipment and materials.

    Cathedrals

    St Mary’s Churchyard path improvements

    Cathedrals

    Brook Drive Garden Project

    Cathedrals

    Delarch / Overy playground

    Cathedrals

    Cervantes Theatre – LED lighting

    Cathedrals

    O’Meara Street – improvements

    Cathedrals

    Community Information Points in the small Bankside parks such as Mint Street and Little Dorrit

    Cathedrals

    Charles Dickens Primary School living walls (co-funded from the air quality fund)

    Cathedrals

    Marlborough Sports Garden – planting

    Cathedrals

    Pedestrian improvements around Lucy Brown House

    Cathedrals

    Improvements to Hatfields including planting 

    Cathedrals

    Traffic calming outside St Joseph’s And Cathedral Primary Schools (co-funded from the air quality fund)

    East Walworth

    Bridge over Victory Community Park

    Newington

    Newington Estate – new lighting

     

    2.  That the following projects be added to the shortlist prioritised for funding be agreed and that this shortlist be taken forward to cabinet for decision:

     

    Ward(s)

    Project name

    Cathedrals 

    Pedestrian crossing in Upper
    Ground (top priority in Cathedrals)

    Chaucer

    Harper Road improvements – traffic calming

    Chaucer

    Improvements to Newington Gardens

    Chaucer

    Rockingham Community Centre refurbishment

    Faraday

    Completion of labyrinth project

    Cathedrals  ...  view the full minutes text for item 10.