Agenda and draft minutes

Decision-making, Peckham and Nunhead Community Council
Monday 19 March 2018 7.00 pm

Venue: The Green Community Centre, Nunhead Green, Nunhead London SE15 3QQ

Contact: Beverley Olamijulo, Constitutional Officer on telephone 020 7525 7234 email  beverley.olamijulo@southwark.gov.uk 

Items
No. Item

1.

Introduction and welcome

2.

Apologies

3.

Disclosure of members' interests and dispensations

4.

Items of business that the Chair deems urgent

5.

Minutes from the previous meeting

6.

Deputations/Petitions (If any)

    The chair to advise on any deputations or petitions received.

    Minutes:

    There were no deputations or petitions presented at the decision making meeting.

     

    At this juncture, the chair varied the order of business under the decision making meeting in order for the community announcements and presentations to be taken in the forum meeting.

     

    Following the community presentations, the meeting proceeded to item 7, allocation of neighbourhood fund 2018 - 2019.

7.

Allocation of Neighbourhoods Fund 2018-19

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

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

     

    Members considered the recommendations contained within the report.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    That the following projects listed below be allocated funding from the 2018-19 neighbourhoods funding programme:

     

     

    NEIGHBOURHOODS FUND 2018-19 AWARDS

     

     

    Livesey South ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    907229

    Burgess Park food project

    £890

    907638

    Caroline Gardens TRA

    £1,500

    907368

    Ladies of Virtue Outreach

    £1,900

    898807

    Southwark Cleaning Services

    £993.50

     

    Southwark Street Pastors

    £820

    909987

    Southwark Travellers’ Action Group

    £2,611.00

    909781

    The Ernest Foundation (Hope of Life)

    £4,954.99

    911896

    Lindley TRA (young people count)

    £2,050.00

     

     

     

     

    Nunhead ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    907469

    Astbury Road area residents association 

    £1,000

    910249

    Buchan TRA (Nunhead animation club)

    £1,000

    910339

    Buchan TRA (family fun day)

    £1,000

    912205

    Cossall cabaret social

    £1,000

    910475

     

     

    Friends of Cossall park and Kirkwood nature reserve  (gardening project)

    £1,000

     

    910187

    Friends of Nunhead Cemetery

    £1,300

    909295

    Link Age Southwark (reducing social isolation for older people)

    £3,000

    912141

    Look Ahead (wellbeing club)

    £1,000

    910365

    Nunhead’s Voice (Ivy club) (evergreen)

    £3,700

    907895

    Peckham and Nunhead free film festival

    £5,000

    909377

    Nunhead’s Voice Ltd (celebration day)

    £1,000

    911800

    Peckham Coal Line (celebrate community collaboration)

    £1,000

    910530

    Westminster House Youth Club

    £9,000

     

     

     

     

    The Lane ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    909576

    Little People’s world (holiday activities)

    £3,000

    912522

    Metropolitan Police (peer mediators, working with local young people)

    £3,320

    908325

    Bags of Taste Southwark

    £2,200

    911839

    Black Heroes Foundation

    £3,500

    906779

    Community in Power (CIP)

    £2,800

     

    Friends of Belham and Belham PS (air quality)

    £2,000

    908574

    HOurBank, Pecan

    £3,000

    911738

    Kado projects CIO

    £1,800

    911659

    Peckham Vision community hubs

    £2,000

    910335

    Southwark Day Centre for asylum seekers

    £1,600

     

    910427

    Southwark Law Centre (refugee week 2018)

    £1,200

    912044

    Southwark Mediation Centre

    £3,600

     

     

    Peckham ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    911875

    Bells Gardens TRA (step up and step in)

    £2,400

    908765

    Gloucester Grove TMO

    £2,400

    911605

    Leaders of Tomorrow (solving knife crime)

    £4,000

     

    Friends of Kelly Avenue Park

    £1,600

    909736

    Peckham Platform (youth platform)

    £4,992

    909761

    Salem Academy of music

    £1,600

    911765

    Teardusk

    £2,400

     

    Southwark cleaning service

    £987.50

    912018

    Inspiring DJs

    £3,200

    912373

    Willowbrook TMO (pollinator gardens)

    £3,200

     

     

    Peckham Rye ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    910524

    34 Camberwell cubs and scouts 

    £2,000

    909736

    Friends of Peckham Rye Park (summer fete)

    £1,877

    907712

    London Senior Social (health and wellbeing)

    £2,000

     

    Brass band at Rye Oak

    £1,000

    907895

    Peckham and Nunhead free film festival

    £4,000

     

    Holiday activities at Peckham Rye adventure playground

    £15,000

    910561

    Stepping Stones

    £1,500

     

    Link Age Southwark (Lew Evans)

    £2,000

     

    Note:

     

    Following the announcement of the neighbourhood fund decisions, ward members agreed:

     

    Peckham Rye ward:

     

    The allocation of £15,000 for the Peckham Rye adventure playground would be used for summer activities subject to approval from the community council. Any future allocation would be used for improvements to the adventure playground.

     

    The Lane ward:

     

    An allocation of £1,000 should be awarded to the SL Creative project, as their award was in advertently missed out from the neighbourhood decisions.

8.

Cleaner Greener Safer Capital Funding Programme 2018-2019

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

     

    Members to agree the recommendations contained within the report.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

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

     

    Members considered the recommendations contained in the report.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    That the allocation of funds for the 2018-19 Cleaner Greener Safer (CGS) capital programme in the Peckham and Nunhead Community Council area to the list of applications set out below be approved.

     

     

    CLEANER GREENER SAFER 2018-19 AWARDS

     

    The Lane ward

     

    Proposal Name

    Award

     

    New notice boards and signage for Copleston centre

    £5,000

     

     

     

     

    Livesey South ward

     

    Proposal Name

    Award

     

    Ledbury Estate lighting

    £11,998

     

    Caroline Gardens communal recycling bins

    £10,000

     

    Unwin & Friary TRA hall new doors

    £6,284

     

    Leyton Square computer project

    £3,780

     

    Acorn estate improvements

    £20,000

     

    Operation Pace Garden

    £13,000

     

     

     

     

    Peckham ward

     

     

    Proposal Name

    Award

     

    Gloucester Grove additional cycle lockers

    £6,800

     

    Damilola Taylor Centre

    £18,000

     

    A Safer Greener Willowbrook

    £13,560

     

    Peckham Platform – peace wall relocation

    £27,000

     

    Sumner Park boundary improvements

    £9,100

     

    Hoyland Close bin storage area

    £18,000

     

    Hanging baskets

    £4,750

     

     

     

     

    Peckham Rye ward

    Proposal Name

    Award

     

    Piermont Road

    £4,005

     

    Crystal Palace bike hoop

    £700

     

    Medina Bike Lockers

    £5,000

     

    Rye Hill Park Bike Lockers

    £5,000

     

    Rother House Bike Lockers

    £5,000

     

    Francesca Cabrini

    £4,105

     

    Homestall/Athenlay Storage

    £2,500

     

    Limes Walk Garden Room

     

    £10,585

     

     

    American Garden

    £21,600

     

    Glover House – bike hangar or cycle lockers (6)

    £5,000

     

9.

Community Council Highways Capital Investment 2017-2018 and 2018-2019

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

     

    Members to agree the recommendations contained within the report.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

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

     

    Members considered the recommendations contained in the report.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    That the allocation of funds for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 Community Council Highways Capital Investment programme in the Peckham and Nunhead Community Council area to the list of proposals set out below be approved.

     

     

    Devolved Highways Budget - 2017-18 and 2018-19

     

    Peckham ward

    Proposal Name

    Award

     

    North Peckham school cluster traffic management review

    £3,200

     

    Making Commercial Way safer

    £38,304

     

     

     

     

    Peckham Rye ward

     

     

    Proposal Name

    Award

     

    Stuart Road

    £20,995

     

    Piermont Green

    £22,000

     

     

     

     

    Livesey ward

    Award

     

    Proposal Name

     

     

    North Peckham school cluster traffic management review

    £6,400

     

    Making Commercial Way safer

    £31,696

     

    Note:

     

    Following the announcement of decisions for highways capital investment (above), it was noted that the amount allocated to the Piermont Green scheme was no longer required and therefore the amount would be re-allocated at a later date.