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Venue: Leander Community Centre, Ship Street ,SE8 4DH

Contact: Maya Onyett 

Items
No. Item

1.

Welcome from the Chair- Cllr Sophie McGeevor

2.

Bakerloo Line Extension, presentation by Mark Welch from TFL

Minutes:

TfL Business Plan:

• We have committed funding to work towards obtaining planning powers for the Bakerloo Line Extension (BLE).

• We received approval at the TfL Board to undertake a public consultation on the proposed route to Lewisham via Old Kent Road and New Cross Gate.

 

Current programme and cost:

• Subject to a funding package being secured, scheme completion planned by 2029 – alongside current planned completion date for the Bakerloo line upgrade.

• The proposal to Lewisham is currently forecast to cost £3.3bn (2017 prices).

 

Stage

Indicative Dates

Further consultation on proposed route (COMPLETED)

Early 2017

Finalise scheme proposals, further consultation

2018 to 2019

TWAO Submission

By 2020

TWAO Decision

2021

Detailed design and procurement

2021 to 2023

Construction start

2023

Completion

2029

 

Full details can be found in the Bakerloo Extension presentation.

For further information or queries email ble@tfl.gov.uk

 

3.

Bakerloo Extension presentation pdf icon PDF 996 KB

4.

Fly tipping- Nigel Tyrell, Head of Environment.

Minutes:

Nigel Tyrell, Head of Environment,

Delivered the following presentation, Fly tipping, highlighting that the number of incidents of fly tipping in England has increased by over 5% according to new figures realised by the Government.

 

5.

Fly tipping Presentation pdf icon PDF 16 MB

6.

Super Sewer- Allen Summerskill, Stakeholder and Consents Manager

Minutes:

Allen Summerskill, Stakeholder and Consents Manager, explained that the Victorian sewerage network simply cannot keep up with the demands of 21st Century London. Whilst the sewers that were built by Sir Joseph Bazelgette in the 1860s, are in excellent working condition, they have simply run out of capacity. Built when London’s population was 2 million and designed for 4 million, it is now struggling to serve the more than 8 million people that live in London. By 2031, there will be 10 million people living in London which means that the sewerage network, which is already under severe pressure, needs to be upgraded.

 

For the full presentation see: Brockley Presentation Tideway

 

7.

Brockley Presentation Tideway pdf icon PDF 2 MB

8.

Launch 2017-18 Assembly fund - Cllr McGeevor

Minutes:

The 2017/18 Brockley fund will focus on one or more of the following priorities:

1. Creating a high-quality living environment - looking for proposals that will help improve our local living environment and make Brockley a safer, cleaner and greener place to live, work and learn. We also want proposals that seek to create development opportunities for Brockley residents

2. Connecting Communities– looking for proposals that bring Brockley residents together, foster a sense of community spirit, mutual understanding and respect, through community projects, events and activities. These could include those that are Art, Music, Drama and Sports based. We are also keen to open up the criteria to include ideas around exciting intergenerational projects.

How much is available? 

There is £14,000 available for the Brockley ward in 2017-18. You can apply for a maximum of £2,500 for each individual project.

What can it be spent on?

The priorities highlighted have been identified by residents, community groups and local businesses who have attended the Brockley Meetings. We want to fund projects that aim to tackle these important issues raised by the local community. The money could be used to start up a project, support a group to develop new activities, or support a larger project that has secured funding from other sources.

How to apply

Download the Assembly Fund 2017/18 application Form, fully complete and email to maya.onyett@lewisham.gov.uk. There is further important information on page 7 of this form.

 

Closing date for all proposal forms is 5pm on Friday 15 September 2017

The assessment of all bids received will take place at the Brockley Coordinating meeting to be held on 26th September.

Following this, the results will be announced at the next assembly on Tuesday 7th November 2017.

 

9.

Community information

Minutes:

  • A DIY self-catering SUMMER OF LOVE 50th

A FREE family and friends festival on Saturday 22nd July 12noon – 6pm

Join us as we picnic together on Hilly Fields Park in Brockley, SE4. Unite and share music, performance, magic, poetry and storytelling in celebration of the Summer of Love fifty years after the original San Francisco gathering of free spirits. LOVE, PEACE AND HARMONY in the stone circle!

Visit:

https://www.spacehive.com/lnd-celebrate-50th-of-the-summer-of-love

Managed by www.colloquialcollective.com and supported by www.brockleysociety.org.uk & www.brockleymax.co.uk

 

  • Hilly Fields Midsummer Fayre, Saturday 24 June 2017 

12 noon to 5pm on Hilly Fields, SE4 1QA. 

The biggest community event in the area with something for everybody and lots of free activities. 

You can still book a stall: Arts or crafts, community and societies, food-related, bric-a-brac ... More information and all application forms: www.brockleysociety.org.uk

Email chair@brockleysociety.org.uk to volunteer to help run the fayre.

 

  • Brockley Society environmental photographic portrait competition

The people at the heart of Brockley’s businesses

Do you like taking photographs? Are you interested in Brockley and the people who work in shops and businesses in the area? If so we invite you to take part. Judging panel includes professional photographer Pete Bartlett. First prize £150 second prize £50.  Two categories: Under 16 and over 16. Please submit a maximum of three images with a few sentences about yourself and your photographs to secretary@brockleysociety.org.uk  by August 15th 2017. Long -listed entries will be announced in September. There will be an exhibition of long-listed photographs at a local venue for a month.    www.brockleysociety.org.uk

 

10.

Closing remarks

                        - Join the Brockley Assembly Coordinating Group       

- Feedback forms 

- Date and agenda items for next meeting:

Tuesday 7th November 2017

 

Minutes:

-       Join the Brockley Assembly Coordinating Group         

-       Feedback forms

Cllr McGeevor highlighted the importance of completing the feedback forms and invited members to join the coordinating group which plans the assembly and discusses local issues and updates. If you would like to join contact maya.onyett@lewisham.gov.uk for further information.

-       Date and agenda items for next meeting:

Tuesday 7th November 2017

Close

Cllr McGeevor thanked everyone for attending the assembly