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No. Item

590.

Declaration of Interests pdf icon PDF 207 KB

Decision:

None

Minutes:

None were made.

591.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 26 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Approved.

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the minutes of the meetings held on February 15, February

22 and March 1 2017 be approved.

592.

Outstanding Scrutiny Matters pdf icon PDF 16 KB

Decision:

Noted.

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the report be noted.

593.

Matters Raised by Scrutiny and other Constitutional Bodies pdf icon PDF 118 KB

Decision:

Sustainable Communities Strategy

 

The Head of Strategy to consider the matter and report back in due course

Minutes:

Sustainable Communities Strategy

 

Councillor Alan Hall, Chair of the Overview & Scrutiny Business Panel,

presented the referral, asking the Mayor to consider the replacement of the

Sustainable Communities Strategy which had been launched in 2008.

 

The Mayor acknowledged the Strategy had been written in a completely

different political and economic environment and he asked officers to report

back to him after considering whether the Strategy could be updated or

should be differently replaced.

 

RESOLVED that the Executive Director for Resources and Regeneration

prepares a response to the referral for Mayoral consideration.

594.

Young Mayor Budget pdf icon PDF 38 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report and legal addendum, and presentations

by the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Alan Smith, and by three Young Advisors,

the Mayor agreed that the following Young Mayor’s budget proposals be

approved:

 

Young People’s Funding Pot                                            £10000

Supporting Young People’s Emotional Wellbeing        £15000

Minutes:

The Young Mayor’s Budget was presented by three of the Young Advisors,

Orlando Miller (age 19), Maria Peeva (age 15) and Emmerson Sutton (age

10) who answered questions from the Cabinet on the proposals.

 

The Mayor thanked the outgoing Young Mayor and his team for their

contributions throughout the year and stated he was satisfied their funding

proposals were worthwhile. The Mayor noted that Emmerson was the

youngest person to have ever addressed a Mayor & Cabinet meeting.

 

Having considered an officer report and legal addendum, and presentations

by the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Alan Smith, and by three Young Advisors,

the Mayor

 

RESOLVED that the following Young Mayor’s budget proposals be approved:

 

Young People’s Funding Pot                                            £10000

Supporting Young People’s Emotional Wellbeing        £15000

595.

Resettlement of Refugee Households pdf icon PDF 73 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report, and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Resources, Councillor Kevin Bonavia, the Mayor agreed

that:

 

(1) responsibility be delegated to the Executive Directors for Customer

Services and Resources and Regeneration to enter into a formal agreement

with the Home Office’s Refugee Resettlement Unit to resettle refugee

households referred from the Vulnerable Children Resettlement Scheme

(VCRS) in Lewisham;

 

(2) responsibility be delegated to the Executive Directors for Customer

Services and Resources and Regeneration to resettle these VCRS refugee

households in the same proportion as the two Government announcements in

respect of the SVPR programme and VCRS schemes which has set national

targets to resettle 20000 individuals under SVPR and 3000 individuals under

VCRS; and

 

(3) responsibility be delegated to the Executive Directors for Customer

Services and Resources and Regeneration to resettle potentially more than

10 refugee families in total, as funding and feasibility allows.

Minutes:

The report was introduced by Councillor Kevin Bonavia who praised the

involvement of faith and community groups in assisting with the resettlements.

The Mayor added that the way in which entire project had been progressed

made him feel proud of Lewisham

 

Having considered an officer report, and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Resources, Councillor Kevin Bonavia, the Mayor agreed

that:

 

(1) responsibility be delegated to the Executive Directors for Customer

Services and Resources and Regeneration to enter into a formal agreement

with the Home Office’s Refugee Resettlement Unit to resettle refugee

households referred from the Vulnerable Children Resettlement Scheme

(VCRS) in Lewisham;

 

(2) responsibility be delegated to the Executive Directors for Customer

Services and Resources and Regeneration to resettle these VCRS refugee

households in the same proportion as the two Government announcements in

respect of the SVPR programme and VCRS schemes which has set national

targets to resettle 20000 individuals under SVPR and 3000 individuals under

VCRS; and

 

(3) responsibility be delegated to the Executive Directors for Customer

Services and Resources and Regeneration to resettle potentially more than

10 refugee families in total, as funding and feasibility allows.

596.

School Place Planning Strategy 2017-2022 pdf icon PDF 87 KB

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Decision:

Having considered an officer report, and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Children and Young People, Councillor Paul Maslin, the Mayor

agreed that:

 

(1) the results of the consultation period regarding the draft Place Planning

Strategy 2017-2022 be noted; and

 

(2) the Place Planning Strategy 2017-2022, as detailed in Appendix 1, is

approved and adopted.

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report, and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Children and Young People, Councillor Paul Maslin, the Mayor,

for the reasons set out in the report:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the results of the consultation period regarding the draft Place Planning

Strategy 2017-2022 be noted; and

 

(2) the Place Planning Strategy 2017-2022, as detailed in Appendix 1, is

approved and adopted.

597.

Ashmead Primary School and Addey and Stanhope School Expansions Feedback pdf icon PDF 88 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered open and confidential officer reports, and a presentation

by the Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, Councillor Paul

Maslin, the Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) the results of the representation period regarding the proposal to expand

Ashmead Primary School from 1 to 2 forms of entry with effect from

September 2017 be noted;

 

(2) the results of the representation period regarding the proposal to expand

Addey and Stanhope School from 4 to 6 forms of entry with effect from

September 2018 be noted.

 

(3) Ashmead Primary School be expanded from 1 to 2 forms of entry with

effect from September 2017;

 

(4) Addey and Stanhope School be expanded from 4 to 6 forms of entry with

effect from September 2018; and

 

(5) further details on the likely cost of expanding both schools and the

procurement route for the construction works are dealt with in a separate

confidential report.

Minutes:

The Executive Director for Children and Young People’s representative

pointed out paragraph 4.7.2 of the report should have said ‘2017’ rather than

‘2011’. He also added that four additional representations in support of the

Ashmead proposals had been received after the consultation deadline.

 

Having considered open and confidential officer reports, and a presentation

by the Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, Councillor Paul

Maslin, the Mayor, for thereasons set out in the report,

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the results of the representation period regarding the proposal to expand

Ashmead Primary School from 1 to 2 forms of entry with effect from

September 2017 be noted;

 

(2) the results of the representation period regarding the proposal to expand

Addey and Stanhope School from 4 to 6 forms of entry with effect from

September 2018 be noted.

 

(3) Ashmead Primary School be expanded from 1 to 2 forms of entry with

effect from September 2017;

 

(4) Addey and Stanhope School be expanded from 4 to 6 forms of entry with

effect from September 2018; and

 

(5) further details on the likely cost of expanding both schools and the

procurement route for the construction works are dealt with in a separate

confidential report.

598.

Brasted Close Housing Development pdf icon PDF 73 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report and presentations

by the Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, and by three

representatives of Lewisham Citizens, the Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) the work carried out by officers, the London Community Land Trust and

Lewisham Citizens to develop plans for the site be noted and applauded;

 

(2) having considered the responses to the further statutory Section 105

consultation, the garage site on the Brasted Close estate shown by heavy

outline on an attached plan be declared surplus to the Council’s requirements;

 

(3) having considered the confidential information a long-term lease of not

less than 125 years be entered into with the London Community Land Trust

for the site;

 

(4) the financial arrangements detailed in the confidential report be approved;

 

(5) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Resources and

Regeneration, in consultation with the Executive Director for Customer

Services and the Head of Law, to negotiate and agree the final terms of the

lease and all other associated legal agreements with the London Community

Land Trust; and

 

(6) the information contained in relation to the DCLG Community Housing

Fund be noted and officers consider options for using this grant to enable the

two current community-led developments in Lewisham, at Brasted

Close and at Church Grove with RUSS.

Minutes:

The report was presented by Councillor Egan who praised Lewisham Citizens for their involvement in the scheme and for attending the Cabinet meeting.

 

The Mayor received a representation in support of the scheme from

Lewisham Citizens representatives, Reverend Michael Kingston, Katy Milner

and Pastor Steve Laurence. Ward members, Councillor Rachel Onikosi and

Councillor Chris Best both offered their support for the initiative. In response

the Mayor. In response the Mayor thanked all involved for their contributions

and warmly endorsed the proposals.

 

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report and presentations

by the Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, and by three

representatives of Lewisham Citizens, the Mayor, for the reasons set out in

the report,

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the work carried out by officers, the London Community Land Trust and

Lewisham Citizens to develop plans for the site be noted and applauded;

 

(2) having considered the responses to the further statutory Section 105

consultation, the garage site on the Brasted Close estate shown by heavy

outline on an attached plan be declared surplus to the Council’s requirements;

 

(3) having considered the confidential information a long-term lease of not

less than 125 years be entered into with the London Community Land Trust

for the site;

 

(4) the financial arrangements detailed in the confidential report be approved;

 

(5) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Resources and

Regeneration, in consultation with the Executive Director for Customer

Services and the Head of Law, to negotiate and agree the final terms of the

lease and all other associated legal agreements with the London Community

Land Trust; and

 

(6) the information contained in relation to the DCLG Community Housing

Fund be noted and officers consider options for using this grant to enable the

two current community-led developments in Lewisham, at Brasted

Close and at Church Grove with RUSS.

599.

Excalibur Update pdf icon PDF 72 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) the update on the regeneration scheme be noted;

 

(2) an application be made to the Secretary of State pursuant to paragraph

4(2) of Schedule 5A of the Housing Act 1985 to serve further Initial Demolition

Notices on all secure tenants within Phase 4;

 

(3) subject in the case of Phase 4 to the Secretary of State’s consent being

obtained, Initial Demolition Notices be served on all secure tenants within

Phases 4 and 5 in order to suspend the requirement for the Council to

complete right to buy applications for as long as the Notices remain in force;

 

(4) having noted the results of the section 105 of the Housing Act 1985

consultation carried out with Council tenants as set out, the management of

the remaining Council owned properties on the estate be transferred to

Lewisham Homes until the regeneration scheme is completed, and that the

transfer should take place on or after 3rd April 2017.

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor, for the reasons set

out in the report,

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the update on the regeneration scheme be noted;

 

(2) an application be made to the Secretary of State pursuant to paragraph

4(2) of Schedule 5A of the Housing Act 1985 to serve further Initial Demolition

Notices on all secure tenants within Phase 4;

 

(3) subject in the case of Phase 4 to the Secretary of State’s consent being

obtained, Initial Demolition Notices be served on all secure tenants within

Phases 4 and 5 in order to suspend the requirement for the Council to

complete right to buy applications for as long as the Notices remain in force;

 

(4) having noted the results of the section 105 of the Housing Act 1985

consultation carried out with Council tenants as set out, the management of

the remaining Council owned properties on the estate be transferred to

Lewisham Homes until the regeneration scheme is completed, and that the

transfer should take place on or after 3rd April 2017.

600.

Lewisham Homes Management Agreement pdf icon PDF 73 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report and tabled addendum and a presentation

by the Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor

agreed that:

 

(1) the outcome of consultation carried out with Council tenants pursuant to

section 105 of the Housing Act 1985 contained in Appendix 1 be noted;

 

(2) having regard to the results of this consultation, subject to the approval of

the Secretary of State, an extension of the Lewisham Homes Management

Agreement be approved for a period of up to ten years with the termination

provisions set out at paragraph 4 and on the terms and conditions set out in

the revised Management Agreement which was approved by the Mayor on

the 18 May 2016;

 

(3) an application be made by officers to the Secretary of State pursuant to

paragraph section 27 of the Housing Act 1985 to seek approval for the revised

Management Agreement; and

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Resources and

Regeneration with the advice of the Head of Law to finalise the revised

Management Agreement and schedules.

Minutes:

In agreeing the recommendations, the Mayor said he regarded Lewisham

Homes as a success story and he offered his thanks to the staff and their

Board.

 

Having considered an officer report and tabled addendum and a presentation

by the Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor, for

the reasons set out in the report,

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the outcome of consultation carried out with Council tenants pursuant to

section 105 of the Housing Act 1985 contained in Appendix 1 be noted;

 

(2) having regard to the results of this consultation, subject to the approval of

the Secretary of State, an extension of the Lewisham Homes Management

Agreement be approved for a period of up to ten years with the termination

provisions set out at paragraph 4 and on the terms and conditions set out in

the revised Management Agreement which was approved by the Mayor on

the 18 May 2016;

 

(3) an application be made by officers to the Secretary of State pursuant to

paragraph section 27 of the Housing Act 1985 to seek approval for the revised

Management Agreement; and

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Resources and

Regeneration with the advice of the Head of Law to finalise the revised

Management Agreement and schedules.

601.

New Homes Programme Update pdf icon PDF 73 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan,

the Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) the progress update on the New Homes, Better Places Programme be

noted;

 

(2) having considered the responses to the statutory Section 105 consultation

on the proposed development at Endwell Road, Lewisham Homes prepare

and submit a planning application for nine new Council homes on the site;

 

(3) the information which identifies a gap in housing provision for adults with

autism be noted;

 

(4) the confidential valuation and commercial advice obtained be noted

 

(5) the land between 30 and 32 Stanstead road, be declared surplus to the

Council’s requirements

 

(6) in principle to dispose of the land on a 125 year lease to Birnbeck Housing

Association subject to a final decision on the disposal being made following

consideration of any responses in respect of the necessary open space

notices;

 

(7) officers be authorised to proceed to publish open space notices in respect

of the proposed disposal; and

 

(8) a further report be received from officers on the responses to the open

space notices prior to a final decision being made on the disposal.

Minutes:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan,

the Mayor, for the reasons set out in the report,

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the progress update on the New Homes, Better Places Programme be

noted;

 

(2) having considered the responses to the statutory Section 105 consultation

on the proposed development at Endwell Road, Lewisham Homes prepare

and submit a planning application for nine new Council homes on the site;

 

(3) the information which identifies a gap in housing provision for adults with

autism be noted;

 

(4) the confidential valuation and commercial advice obtained be noted

 

(5) the land between 30 and 32 Stanstead road, be declared surplus to the

Council’s requirements

 

(6) in principle to dispose of the land on a 125 year lease to Birnbeck Housing

Association subject to a final decision on the disposal being made following

consideration of any responses in respect of the necessary open space

notices;

 

(7) officers be authorised to proceed to publish open space notices in respect

of the proposed disposal; and

 

(8) a further report be received from officers on the responses to the open

space notices prior to a final decision being made on the disposal.

602.

Response to Housing SC Referral Handyperson Service pdf icon PDF 72 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor agreed that the

proposed response be approved and reported to the Housing Select

Committee.

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor,

 

RESOLVED that the proposed response be approved and reported to the

Housing Select Committee.

603.

Future of Handypersons Service pdf icon PDF 72 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) the results of the resident survey undertaken in September 2016 be noted;

 

(2) following the referral by the Housing Select Committee on 16 November

2016 to Mayor and Cabinet on 7 December 2016 Lewisham Homes

advertises the service at an hourly rate to cover costs;

 

(3) the Council stops the direct provision of the handyperson service and

achieves a saving of £151,000 and Lewisham Homes advertises this service

on their website from April 2017 at a charge to cover the costs, with the

proposed charge from April of £40 plus VAT; and

 

(4) officers through the Council’s clienting arrangements ensure Lewisham

Homes produce a clear breakdown of costs and the services offered, as

recommended by Housing select committee on 7 March 2017

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor, for the reasons set

out in the report,

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the results of the resident survey undertaken in September 2016 be noted;

 

(2) following the referral by the Housing Select Committee on 16 November

2016 to Mayor and Cabinet on 7 December 2016 Lewisham Homes

advertises the service at an hourly rate to cover costs;

 

(3) the Council stops the direct provision of the handyperson service and

achieves a saving of £151,000 and Lewisham Homes advertises this service

on their website from April 2017 at a charge to cover the costs, with the

proposed charge from April of £40 plus VAT; and

 

(4) officers through the Council’s clienting arrangements ensure Lewisham

Homes produce a clear breakdown of costs and the services offered, as

recommended by Housing select committee on 7 March 2017

604.

Annual Lettings Plan 17-18 pdf icon PDF 73 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) the lettings outcomes for 2015/16 and 2016/17 and the position on the

housing register be noted;

 

(2) the Lettings Plan for 2017/18 set out in Appendix 1 be approved.

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor, for the reasons set

out in the report,

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the lettings outcomes for 2015/16 and 2016/17 and the position on the

housing register be noted;

 

(2) the Lettings Plan for 2017/18 set out in Appendix 1 be approved.

605.

Private Rented Sector Discharge Policy pdf icon PDF 73 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) the continuing housing pressures in the borough, including the reduced

supply of social housing, the increase in homelessness and the large number

of homeless households living in temporary accommodation be noted;

 

(2) the impacts of national government housing policies and the ongoing

impacts of welfare reform be noted which have contributed to this situation

and mean that the housing pressures are likely to continue.

 

(3) having considered the results of the consultation and the Equality Analysis

Assessment, the Private Rented Sector Offers Policy be approved; and

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Customer Services to

make any minor changes required to the policy.

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Housing, Councillor Damien Egan, the Mayor, for the reasons set

out in the report,

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the continuing housing pressures in the borough, including the reduced

supply of social housing, the increase in homelessness and the large number

of homeless households living in temporary accommodation be noted;

 

(2) the impacts of national government housing policies and the ongoing

impacts of welfare reform be noted which have contributed to this situation

and mean that the housing pressures are likely to continue.

 

(3) having considered the results of the consultation and the Equality Analysis

Assessment, the Private Rented Sector Offers Policy be approved; and

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Customer Services to

make any minor changes required to the policy.

606.

Deptford Anchor pdf icon PDF 36 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report and presentations by the Deputy Mayor,

Councillor Alan Smith, and by Councillor Brenda Dacres, a ward councillor,

the Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) the feasibility study for the return of the Deptford Anchor to the junction of

Deptford High Street and New Cross Road where it was removed in 2013 as

part of the OLF funded high street regeneration programme and the financial

and other implications set out be noted;

 

(2) the anchor be returned to its previous location at the junction of Deptford

High Street and New Cross Road;

 

(3) the Executive Director of Resources and Regeneration be given delegated

authority to agree financial arrangements.

Minutes:

The report was introduced by the Deputy Mayor who recounted that the

Council had been instrumental in the delivery of the feasibility study.

 

The  Executive Director for Resources and Regeneration’s representative

confirmed the proposed consultation was on options for siting of the anchor

and not on whether it should be returned.

 

Councillor Brenda Dacres and Councillor Joe Dromey, Ward Councillors,

thanked the Deputy Mayor and the Deptford Society for providing the focal

point in ensuring the anchor, which was removed in 2013, could be restored.

 

In agreeing the resiting proposal the Mayor delegated authority to the

Executive Director for Resources and Regeneration to finalise financial

arrangements which could include locally raised contributions and crowd

funding.

 

Having considered an officer report and presentations by the Deputy Mayor,

Councillor Alan Smith, and by Councillor Brenda Dacres, a ward councillor,

the Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) the feasibility study for the return of the Deptford Anchor to the junction of

Deptford High Street and New Cross Road where it was removed in 2013 as

part of the OLF funded high street regeneration programme and the financial

and other implications set out be noted;

 

(2) the anchor be returned to its previous location at the junction of Deptford

High Street and New Cross Road;

 

(3) the Executive Director of Resources and Regeneration be given delegated

authority to agree financial arrangements.

607.

Our Lady St Philip Neri - Land Transfer pdf icon PDF 39 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report, and a presentation by the Deputy Mayor,

Councillor Alan Smith, the             Mayor agreed that:

 

(1) subject to consent from the Secretary of State to the disposal being

obtained under Schedule 1 of the Academies Act 2010, the transfer of that

part of the existing school site shown outlined in red on the plan attached in

Appendix 1 be approved to The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark

(as trustees for the charitable foundation known as the Education

Commission) for nil consideration for the duration of the lifetime of the school

on that site;

 

(2) an application be made to the Secretary of State for Education under

Schedule 1 of the Academies Act 2010 for the transfer of the site on the terms

set out; and

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Resources and

Regeneration, in consultation with the Executive Director for Children &

Young People and the Head of Law, to agree the final terms of the transfer.

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report, and a presentation by the Deputy Mayor,

Councillor Alan Smith, the             Mayor, for the reasons set out in the report:

 

RESOLVED that

 

(1) subject to consent from the Secretary of State to the disposal being

obtained under Schedule 1 of the Academies Act 2010, the transfer of that

part of the existing school site shown outlined in red on the plan attached in

Appendix 1 be approved to The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark

(as trustees for the charitable foundation known as the Education

Commission) for nil consideration for the duration of the lifetime of the school

on that site;

 

(2) an application be made to the Secretary of State for Education under

Schedule 1 of the Academies Act 2010 for the transfer of the site on the terms

set out; and

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Resources and

Regeneration, in consultation with the Executive Director for Children &

Young People and the Head of Law, to agree the final terms of the transfer.

608.

Management Report pdf icon PDF 45 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report, and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Member for Policy & Performance, Councillor Joe Dromey, the

Mayor agreed that the report be noted.

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report, and a presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Member for Policy & Performance, Councillor Joe Dromey, the

Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the report be noted.

609.

Local Authority Governor Nominations pdf icon PDF 81 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report, and a formal presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Children & Young People, Councillor Paul Maslin, the Mayor

agreed that the following persons be nominated as local authority governors

for the schools indicated:

 

Ms. Mel Church                    Sandhurst Juniors

Ms Alyson McGarrigle-        Rushey Green

Dame Erica Pienaar DBE  John Ball

Ms. Dinah Griffiths              Childeric

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report, and a formal presentation by the Cabinet

Member for Children & Young People, Councillor Paul Maslin, the Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the following persons be nominated as local authority

governors for the schools indicated:

 

Ms. Mel Church                    Sandhurst Juniors

Ms Alyson McGarrigle-        Rushey Green

Dame Erica Pienaar DBE  John Ball

Ms. Dinah Griffiths              Childeric

610.

Response to SDSC on Planning pdf icon PDF 38 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an officer report and presentation by the Deputy Mayor,

Councillor Alan Smith, the Mayor agreed that the report be approved

and forwarded to the Sustainable Development Select Committee,

Minutes:

Having considered an officer report and presentation by the Deputy Mayor,

Councillor Alan Smith, the Mayor

 

RESOLVED that the report be approved and forwarded to the Sustainable

Development Select Committee,

611.

CYP Select Committee Referral Transition Review pdf icon PDF 110 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor agreed that the

views of the Select Committee as set out be received and the Executive

Director for Children & Young People be asked to prepare a response for

Mayoral consideration.

Minutes:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the views of the Select Committee as set out be received

and the Executive Director for Children & Young People be asked to prepare

a response for Mayoral consideration.

612.

Comments of the Sustainable Development Select Committee on housing zones pdf icon PDF 115 KB

Decision:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor agreed that the

views of the Select Committee as set out be received and the Executive

Director for Resources and Regeneration be asked to prepare a response for

Mayoral consideration.

Minutes:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the views of the Select Committee as set out be received

and the Executive Director for Resources and Regeneration be asked to

prepare a response for Mayoral consideration.

613.

Comments of the Sustainable Development Select Committee on changes to Post Office Services in Lewisham pdf icon PDF 113 KB

Decision:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor agreed that the

views of the Select Committee as set out be received and the Executive

Director for Customer Services be asked to prepare a response for Mayoral

consideration.

Minutes:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the views of the Select Committee as set out be received

and the Executive Director for Customer Services be asked to prepare a

response for Mayoral consideration.

614.

Comments of the Sustainable Developments Select Committee on home energy conservation pdf icon PDF 111 KB

Decision:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor agreed that the

views of the Select Committee as set out be received and the Executive

Director for Resources and Regeneration be asked to prepare a response for

Mayoral consideration.

Minutes:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the views of the Select Committee as set out be received

and the Executive Director for Resources and Regeneration be asked to

prepare a response for Mayoral consideration.

615.

SSCSC Referral Local Assemblies Review pdf icon PDF 107 KB

Decision:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor agreed that the

views of the Select Committee as set out be received and the Executive

Director for Community Services be asked to prepare a response for Mayoral

consideration.

Minutes:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the views of the Select Committee as set out be received

and the Executive Director for Community Services be asked to prepare a

response for Mayoral consideration.

616.

SSCSC Referral NPS and CRC pdf icon PDF 11 KB

Decision:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor agreed that the

views of the Select Committee as set out be received and the Executive

Director for Community Services be asked to prepare a response for Mayoral

consideration.

Minutes:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the views of the Select Committee as set out be received

and the Executive Director for Community Services be asked to prepare a

response for Mayoral consideration.

617.

HCSC health and adult social care integration review pdf icon PDF 110 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, and a presentation by

Councillor John Muldoon, the Chair of the Healthier Communities Select

Committee, the Mayor agreed that the views of the Select Committee as set

out be received and the Executive Director for Community Services be asked

to prepare a response for Mayoral consideration.

Minutes:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, and a presentation by

Councillor John Muldoon, the Chair of the Healthier Communities Select

Committee, the Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the views of the Select Committee as set out be received

and the Executive Director for Community Services be asked to prepare a

response for Mayoral consideration.

618.

HSC housing and mental health review pdf icon PDF 110 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor agreed that the

views of the Select Committee as set out be received and the Executive

Director for Community Services be asked to prepare a response for Mayoral

consideration.

Minutes:

Having considered the Select Committee’s report, the Mayor:

 

RESOLVED that the views of the Select Committee as set out be received

and the Executive Director for Community Services be asked to prepare a

response for Mayoral consideration.

619.

Exclusion of Press and Public pdf icon PDF 26 KB

Decision:

Approved.

Minutes:

RESOLVED that in accordance with Regulation 4(2)(b) of the Local

Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to

Information)(England) Regulations 2012 and under Section 100(A)(4) of the

Local Government Act 1972, the press and public be excluded from the

meeting for the following items of business on the grounds that they involve

the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in paragraphs [3, 4 and

5] of Part 1 of Schedule 12(A) of the Act,  and the public interest in

maintaining the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosing the

information

 

31.       Brasted Close

 

32        New Homes Programme

620.

Brasted Close Housing Development Part 2

Decision:

Considered in conjunction with the Part 1 item.

Minutes:

This report was considered in conjunction with the Part 1 item on the same

topic.

621.

New Homes Programme Update Part 2

Decision:

Considered in conjunction with the Part 1 item.

Minutes:

This report was considered in conjunction with the Part 1 item on the same

topic.

 

The meeting closed at 8.24pm