Agenda and minutes

Borough, Bankside and Walworth Community Council
Tuesday 9 January 2018 6.30 pm

Venue: St Peter’s Church, Liverpool Grove, London SE17 2HH

Contact: Gerald Gohler, Constitutional Officer 

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, as she was a member of the council’s planning committee, but would approach the upcoming application regarding the Elephant and Castle shopping centre – which was also an item on the forum agenda following this meeting – with an open mind.

4.

Minutes

5.

Items of business that the Chair deems urgent

6.

Petitions and Deputations

    The chair to advise on any deputations or petitions received at this meeting.

     

    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.

Cleaner Greener Safer: funding reallocation

8.

Cleaner Greener Safer 2018-19: Capital Funding Allocation

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

     

    To approve the allocation of funds for the 2018-19 Cleaner Greener Safer capital programmes in the Borough, Bankside and Walworth Community Council area from the list of applications set out in Appendix 1 of the report.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Councillors considered the information contained in the report.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    That the following allocations of funds for the 2018-19 Cleaner Greener Safer capital programmes in the Borough, Bankside and Walworth Community Council area be approved:

     

     

     

    Cathedrals ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    893734

    Lucy Brown House – blooming marvellous

    £540

    896799

    Nelson Square Green Rejuvenation Project

    £13,000

    908816

    Community Stage at Mint Street Park

    £10,000

    909285

    Landscaping in front of Applegarth House

    £5,000

    909527

    & 908949

    Water point in Mint Street Park

    £2,500

    910514

    & 910526

    Gambia Street Garden Refresh

    £5,000

    911782

    Bankside Village Garden

    £10,000

    912021

    & 908816

    Mint Street Park stage electricity sockets

    £1,250

    912234

    Helen Gladstone House - The Quiet Garden

    £5,500

    912660

    Murphy, Hunter and Gardiner Garden Revamp

    £20,000

    912667

    Scovell Park/Centre Lighting

    £15,000

     

    Chaucer ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    884780

    more bike storage

    £8,000

    907271

    Balin and Brenley railings

    £325

    907528& 908598

    Tabard gardening projects combined

    £5,000

    908647

    Improve grounds of Albert Barnes

    £1,700

    908977

    Trinity Village repainting

    £3,500

    909750

    Replanting of Trinity Street Piazza

    £1,500

    909923

    Rockingham Allotment Apiary

    £2,600

    910387

    & 912062

    Resurfacing of Newington ball courts

    £25,000

    910275

    Eastwell House Cycle Storage

    £6,400

    911654

    Tabard North Planting

    £1,080

    912534

    Tabard House Bike Shed

    £12,000

    912698

    Long Lane Car Park

    £8,000

    600068

    Lawson cycle parking

    £3,780

    600110

    Tabard Gardens Greening

    £5,000

    600111

    Bin Enclosure for Smeaton

    £8,000

    600122

    Globe Academy Tabard Gardens

    £260

     

    East Walworth ward  

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    900194

    Bins for Atkinson House

    £4,500

    901246

    Offham House cycle racks

    £9,000

    909112

    Morecambe Community Garden

    £10,800

    910501

    Dawes Cycle hangers

    £10,000

    911684

    Salisbury gardens

    £16,200

    600028

    English Martyrs Entrance

    £2,000

    912710

    Rodney Rd Greening

    £21,000

    907872

    Alvey Estate

    £14,000

     

     

    Faraday ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    909429

    Aylesbury Estate Activity Space

    £7,500

    911707

    Faraday Gardens MUGA

    £32,000

    600046

    Bridport Rear Garden Improvement Project (Hoggin Path option)

    £8,000

    912666

    InSpired Futures 'Making Youth Spaces'

    £9,500

    912697

    InSpired Spaces V3 - IT Suite

    £9,000

    912703

    Growing the Neighbourhood

    £17,000

    600070

    Cable Bobbin Leaf Mulch Winter Card

    £1,800

    600092

    Better Beds for the Aylesbury Estate

    £6,800

     

     

    Newington ward 

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    889496

    Canterbury Place, Seniors Therapeutic Garden

    £12,500

    897768

    Planting Dighton Court to prevent flytipping 

    £5,600

    897786

    Communal Garden at Dighton Court

    £6,000

    903988

    Cycle hanger Kennington Park House

    £5,000

    907282

    Anti-motorcycle barrier Penrose Estate

    £6,000

    600007

    Brandon boot camp

    £15,000

    910394

    Alberta Mulberry Cobble

    £7,260

    910553

    Churchward House greening

    £4,850

    911699

    Lighting Brandon Mammoth

    £4,885

    600015

    Raised beds by bins Olney Road

    £5,700

    912129

    Rutley Close - green and bright

    £8,500

    912717

    Brandon 2 street art

    £8,640

     

     

9.

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

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

     

    To approve the allocation of funds for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 Community Council Highways Capital Investment programmes in Borough, Bankside and Walworth Community Council area from the list of proposals set out in Appendix 1 of the report.

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Councillors considered the information contained in the report.

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    That the following allocation of funds for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 Community Council Highways Capital Investment programmes in Borough, Bankside and Walworth Community Council area, be approved: 

     

     

    Cathedrals ward

     

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    884688

    Bike Hanger-Sawyer Street

    £5,000

    600023

    Resurfacing of Colnbrook Street-road surface and pavements

    £55,190

    912559

    Planting & traffic calming in Austral Street-feasibility study

    £8,000

    912665

    Lancaster Street traffic calming-feasibility study

    £8,000

     

     

    Chaucer ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    912524

    Slow down long lane

    £6,000

    910443

    Devolved Highways - Harper Road (joint award with 910101)

    £70,190

    910101

    Footway Build-out on Corner of Harper Road and Swan Street (joint award with 910443)

     

     

     

     

    East Walworth ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    903171

    Larissa Street

    £5,000

    908234

    Munton Road

    £26,000

     

     

    Faraday ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    911732

    Church Commission Estate Resurfacing

    £53,930

    600066

    Keep Clear Markings

    £360

    600067

    University Academy of Engineering School Signage

    £21,900

     

     

    Newington ward

    Ref

    Project name

    Award

    909251

    Re-surfacing Fleming Road

    £52,284

    909675

    Kennington tube/Braganza street

    £22,680

    600061

    Hampton Street school keep clear markings

    £360

     

     

     

    At 6.50pm Councillor Karl Eastham joined the meeting.

10.

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

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

     

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

     

    2.  To agree a short list of priority projects to be prioritised for funding that will be taken forward to Cabinet for their decision.

     

    Supporting documents:

    Minutes:

    Councillors considered the information contained in the report.

     

    Councillors said that there had not been sufficient consultation with the community and councillors about the list and that more time was needed to work through the proposals. Councillors asked questions about the role of cabinet in the process. 

     

    The Chair said she would raise the above concerns and questions with the relevant cabinet member and proposed to defer the decision regarding updating the CIPL to the March meeting of the community council. 

     

    RESOLVED:

     

    1.  That the decision on the updates to the Community Infrastructure Project List (CIPL) for this community council area be deferred to a future meeting.

     

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

     

    Cathedrals ward

     

    ·  Little Dorrit Court and park entrance

    ·  Little Dorrit Park improvements

    ·  Low line Railway viaduct pedestrian route

    ·  Red Cross Garden Improvements

    ·  Pedestrian crossing and road calming in Upper Ground

    ·  56 Southwark Bridge Road - fit out community hall

    ·  The Great Get Together - store and equipment

    ·  Webber Estate environmental improvements

    ·  Peace playground project in Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park.

     

    Chaucer ward

    ·  Traffic calming measures to improve safety on Harper Road;

    ·  Improvements to Newington Gardens.