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553.

Declaration of Interests pdf icon PDF 207 KB

Decision:

None.

Minutes:

None were made.

554.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 26 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Approved.

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the minutes of the meeting held on October 6 2021 be

confirmed and signed as a correct record.

555.

Matters Raised by Scrutiny and other Constitutional Bodies pdf icon PDF 26 KB

Decision:

None.

Minutes:

No matters had been raised by Scrutiny or other Constitutional Bodies.

556.

Endorsement of the Lewisham Biodiversity Partnership's - A Natural renaissance for Lewisham (2021-26) pdf icon PDF 69 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

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

Member for Environment and Transport, Councillor Patrick Codd, the Mayor

and Cabinet agreed that: the  ‘A Natural Renaissance for Lewisham’

document be endorsed and the strategic aspirations of the Lewisham

Biodiversity Partnership as a formal step in demonstrating due regard to the

purpose of conserving biodiversity.

 

Minutes:

The report was introduced by Councillor Patrick Codd who reinforced

Lewisham’s commitment to become a carbon neutral borough by 2030. He

thanked the multiple residents and community groups who had contributed to

the Biodiversity Plan.

 

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

Member for Environment and Transport, Councillor Patrick Codd, the Mayor

and Cabinet for the reasons set out in the report and by a vote of 5-0:

 

RESOLVED that: the  ‘A Natural Renaissance for Lewisham’

document be endorsed and the strategic aspirations of the Lewisham

Biodiversity Partnership as a formal step in demonstrating due regard to the

purpose of conserving biodiversity.

 

557.

NCIL borough recommendations for funding pdf icon PDF 79 KB

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Decision:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Business and Community Wealth

Building, Councillor Kim Powell, the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that the

allocation of NCIL Borough Wide funding to the list of recommended projects

found in section 8 be approved.

Minutes:

The report was introduced by Councillor Powell who pointed out more than

120 applications had been received and 25 had been selected for approval.

 

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Business and Community Wealth

Building, Councillor Kim Powell, the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set

out in the report and by a vote of 6-0:

 

RESOLVED that the allocation of NCIL Borough Wide funding to the list of

recommended projects found in section 8 be approved.

558.

Leisure Management Arrangements pdf icon PDF 65 KB

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Decision:

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

Member for Culture, Councillor Andre Bourne, the Mayor and Cabinet agreed

that:

 

(1) the progress made since the report to Mayor and Cabinet of 13th January

2021 be noted;

 

(2) the commissioning of a detailed feasibility study to explore the delivery of a

new leisure centre in the south of the borough be approved; and

 

(3) The Bridge Leisure Centre remains closed while the feasibility study is

undertaken.

Minutes:

The report was introduced by Councillor Bourne who welcomed the possibility

of a new purpose built leisure centre in the south of the borough. This was

dependent on the outcome of a feasibility study and in the interim the Bridge

would remain closed.

 

Councillor Chris Best thanked the Cabinet Member for the level of

engagement which had taken place with local Councillors.

 

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

Member for Culture, Councillor Andre Bourne, the Mayor and Cabinet, for the

reasons set out in the report and by a vote of 6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the progress made since the report to Mayor and Cabinet of 13 January

2021 be noted;

 

(2) the commissioning of a detailed feasibility study to explore the delivery of a

new leisure centre in the south of the borough be approved; and

 

(3) The Bridge Leisure Centre remains closed while the feasibility study is

undertaken.

559.

GLA Affordable Housing Grant 2021-26 pdf icon PDF 65 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

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

the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that:

 

(1) the acceptance by the Council of £69.945 million in grant funding from the

GLA through the AHP 2021-26 be approved;

 

(2) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration

and Public Realm in consultation with the Executive Director for Corporate

Resources and Director of Law, Governance and Elections to approve the

terms of and to enter into the grant agreement for the AHP 2021-26

programme funding;

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Director for Inclusive Regeneration to

substitute, amend and reconfigure the schemes within the AHP 2021-2026

programme, subject to remaining within the financial parameters of the AHP

2021-26;

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Director for Inclusive Regeneration to

authorise the submission of a further bid through the Continuous Market

Engagement (CME) process for the AHP 2021-26 for a minimum of a further

58 social rented homes, subject to the said bid being within the Building for

Lewisham agreed financial hurdles and parameters;

 

(5) £550,000 of S106 funds be allocated to the Achilles Street Regeneration

Project; and

 

(6) all schemes referenced shall come forward to subsequent Mayor and

Cabinet meetings for their necessary approvals as the projects progress.

Minutes:

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

the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set out in the report and by a vote of

6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the acceptance by the Council of £69.945 million in grant funding from the

GLA through the AHP 2021-26 be approved;

 

(2) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration

and Public Realm in consultation with the Executive Director for Corporate

Resources and Director of Law, Governance and Elections to approve the

terms of and to enter into the grant agreement for the AHP 2021-26

programme funding;

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Director for Inclusive Regeneration to

substitute, amend and reconfigure the schemes within the AHP 2021-2026

programme, subject to remaining within the financial parameters of the AHP

2021-26;

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Director for Inclusive Regeneration to

authorise the submission of a further bid through the Continuous Market

Engagement (CME) process for the AHP 2021-26 for a minimum of a further

58 social rented homes, subject to the said bid being within the Building for

Lewisham agreed financial hurdles and parameters;

 

(5) £550,000 of S106 funds be allocated to the Achilles Street Regeneration

Project; and

 

(6) all schemes referenced shall come forward to subsequent Mayor and

Cabinet meetings for their necessary approvals as the projects progress.

560.

Right to Buyback Programme pdf icon PDF 65 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

 

 

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Mayor, the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that:

 

(1) the purchase of up to 100 homes to let as London Affordable Rented

homes be approved utilising right to buy receipts and Housing Revenue

Account borrowing and to note that if GLA Right to Buyback grant is secured

this will replace the use of Right to Buy receipts;

 

(2) the purchase of up to 20 four bed homes for the Afghan Refugee

programme be approved utilising GLA Right to Buyback grant and General

Fund Borrowing, subject to securing GLA grant and the costs being contained

within the programme budget;

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Director of Inclusive Regeneration to approve

the purchase of individual properties, and associated administrative,

refurbishment or alteration/extension works costs for the Buyback Programme

subject to the costs being contained within the programme budget;

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration

 & Public Realm in consultation with the Executive Director for Corporate

Resources and Director of Law, Governance and Elections to bid for and

accept any local, regional or national financial grants to support the delivery of

the Buyback Programme;

 

(5) all properties acquired under the Buyback Programme will be added to

and managed by Lewisham Homes under the existing Management

Agreement;

 

(6) a stated budget from Housing Revenue Account (HRA) borrowing to

match fund Right to Buy (RtB) receipts of up to a stated sum be approved for

the 100 home buyback programme. The use of HRA borrowing and/or RtB

Receipts will reduce if GLA grant is awarded to support this Buyback

Programme; and

 

(7) a stated budget of General Fund borrowing for the 20 home Afghan

Refugee buyback programme be approved match funding GLA grant. If the

GLA grant is not awarded, for this element of the programme, the 20 larger

homes for families from Afghanistan, will be omitted from the programme

owing to prohibitive financial viability.

 

Minutes:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Mayor, the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set out in

the report and by a vote of 6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the purchase of up to 100 homes to let as London Affordable Rented

homes be approved utilising right to buy receipts and Housing Revenue

Account borrowing and to note that if GLA Right to Buyback grant is secured

this will replace the use of Right to Buy receipts;

 

(2) the purchase of up to 20 four bed homes for the Afghan Refugee

programme be approved utilising GLA Right to Buyback grant and General

Fund Borrowing, subject to securing GLA grant and the costs being contained

within the programme budget;

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Director of Inclusive Regeneration to approve

the purchase of individual properties, and associated administrative,

refurbishment or alteration/extension works costs for the Buyback Programme

subject to the costs being contained within the programme budget;

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration

 & Public Realm in consultation with the Executive Director for Corporate

Resources and Director of Law, Governance and Elections to bid for and

accept any local, regional or national financial grants to support the delivery of

the Buyback Programme;

 

(5) all properties acquired under the Buyback Programme will be added to

and managed by Lewisham Homes under the existing Management

Agreement;

 

(6) a stated budget from Housing Revenue Account (HRA) borrowing to

match fund Right to Buy (RtB) receipts of up to a stated sum be approved for

the 100 home buyback programme. The use of HRA borrowing and/or RtB

Receipts will reduce if GLA grant is awarded to support this Buyback

Programme; and

 

(7) a stated budget of General Fund borrowing for the 20 home Afghan

Refugee buyback programme be approved match funding GLA grant. If the

GLA grant is not awarded, for this element of the programme, the 20 larger

homes for families from Afghanistan, will be omitted from the programme

owing to prohibitive financial viability.

 

561.

Supported housing and floating support permissions to award contracts pdf icon PDF 151 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Health & Adult Social Care,

Councillor Chris Best, the Mayor and Cabinet agreed:

 

(1) to award a contract to Hestia to deliver a male only high needs mental

health supported housing service. The contract will be for an initial period of 3

years, commencing on 1st April 2022, with an option to extend for up to a

further 2 years up to a maximum contract value of £2,097,035 - £419,407 pa;

 

(2) to award a contract to Single Homeless Project to deliver a Young Persons

Assessment Centre and Next Steps Care Leaver Service for an initial period

of 4 years, commencing on 1st April 2022 with an option to extend for up to a

further 2 years up to a maximum contract value of £2,124,683 - £354,113 pa;

 

(3) to award a contact to Single Homeless Project to deliver a Single Adults

Community Recovery & Re-integration service for an initial period of 4 years

commencing on 1st April 2022, with option to extend for up to a further 2

years up to a maximum contract value of £2,329,560 - £388,260 pa;

 

(4) to award a contract to Thames Reach to deliver a Tenancy Sustainment &

Resettlement service for singles for an initial period of 3 years, commencing

on 1st April 2022 with an option to extend for up to a further 2 years up to a

maximum contract value of  £1,399,468 - £279,866 pa;

 

(5) direct negotiations be entered into with a supplier following a failed tender

exercise for a Mental Health Community Recovery service; and

 

(6) award of this contract be delegated to the Executive Director for

Community Services once direct negotiations have concluded on the advice

of the Director of Law, Corporate Governance and Elections.

Minutes:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Health & Adult Social Care,

Councillor Chris Best, the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set out in the

report and by a vote of 6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) to award a contract to Hestia to deliver a male only high needs mental

health supported housing service. The contract will be for an initial period of 3

years, commencing on 1st April 2022, with an option to extend for up to a

further 2 years up to a maximum contract value of £2,097,035 - £419,407 pa;

 

(2) to award a contract to Single Homeless Project to deliver a Young Persons

Assessment Centre and Next Steps Care Leaver Service for an initial period

of 4 years, commencing on 1st April 2022 with an option to extend for up to a

further 2 years up to a maximum contract value of £2,124,683 - £354,113 pa;

 

(3) to award a contact to Single Homeless Project to deliver a Single Adults

Community Recovery & Re-integration service for an initial period of 4 years

commencing on 1st April 2022, with option to extend for up to a further 2

years up to a maximum contract value of £2,329,560 - £388,260 pa;

 

(4) to award a contract to Thames Reach to deliver a Tenancy Sustainment &

Resettlement service for singles for an initial period of 3 years, commencing

on 1st April 2022 with an option to extend for up to a further 2 years up to a

maximum contract value of  £1,399,468 - £279,866 pa;

 

(5) direct negotiations be entered into with a supplier following a failed tender

exercise for a Mental Health Community Recovery service; and

 

(6) award of this contract be delegated to the Executive Director for

Community Services once direct negotiations have concluded on the advice

of the Director of Law, Corporate Governance and Elections.

562.

Adults Core Substance Misuse Contract Award pdf icon PDF 150 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Health & Adult Social Care,

Councillor Chris Best, the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that:

 

(1) Change, Grow, Live be appointed to deliver the Core Contract Service for

Adults with Alcohol and Substance Misuse for an initial period of 3 years,

commencing on 1st April 2022, with an option to extend for a further 1 + 1

years at an annual contract value of £2,281,700 up to a maximum contract

value of £11,408,500 over a full 5 year period; and

 

(2) the current 2021-22 contract value is £2,429,208, fully funded from a

combination of main Public Health Grant, the Mayor’s Office for Policing and

Crime (MOPAC) grant via the London Crime Prevention Fund, Rough

Sleeping Drug & Alcohol Treatment Grant via Public Health England and

Section 31 Grant for additional drug treatment, crime and harm reduction

activity via Public Health England with there being no contribution from the

Council’s General Fund budgets.

Minutes:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Health & Adult Social Care,

Councillor Chris Best, the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set out in the

report and by a vote of 6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) Change, Grow, Live be appointed to deliver the Core Contract Service for

Adults with Alcohol and Substance Misuse for an initial period of 3 years,

commencing on 1st April 2022, with an option to extend for a further 1 + 1

years at an annual contract value of £2,281,700 up to a maximum contract

value of £11,408,500 over a full 5 year period; and

 

(2) the current 2021-22 contract value is £2,429,208, fully funded from a

combination of main Public Health Grant, the Mayor’s Office for Policing and

Crime (MOPAC) grant via the London Crime Prevention Fund, Rough

Sleeping Drug & Alcohol Treatment Grant via Public Health England and

Section 31 Grant for additional drug treatment, crime and harm reduction

activity via Public Health England with there being no contribution from the

Council’s General Fund budgets.

563.

Shared Ownership Strategy pdf icon PDF 65 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

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

the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that:

 

(1) Lewisham Council become a provider of Shared Ownership homes within

the London Borough of Lewisham;

 

(2) the proposed Shared Ownership Policy set out at Section 5 be approved;

 

(3) the process of marketing, sale and management of Shared Ownership

homes to facilitate existing programmes through Lewisham Homes be

approved;

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration

and Public Realm in consultation with the Director of Legal, Corporate

Governance and Elections, to agree a variation to the Council’s Management

Agreement with Lewisham Homes to appoint Lewisham Homes as the

Council’s sales and marketing agent for all the Council’s Shared Ownership

homes and to provide all necessary management services in this respect;

 

(5) authority be delegated to the Director of Inclusive Regeneration, in

consultation with the Director of Law, Corporate Governance & Elections,

authority to agree terms for the sale of the Shared Ownership homes

developed through the Building for Lewisham programme, subject to a RICS

valuation and the sales being in conformity with GLA funding, including all

subsequent staircasing sales. This decision is dependent on Mayor and

Cabinet accepting GLA AHP grant funding in the 2021-2026 Programme

which is being considered by separate report on 3rd November 2021;

 

(6) GLA AHP 2021-2026 grant be applied, if accepted by Mayor and Cabinet

by separate report on the 3 November 2021 to 171 Shared Ownership homes

and that Right to Buy Receipts be applied to the remaining Shared Ownership

homes in the Building for Lewisham programme where GLA funding is

unavailable with this application and any subsequent reallocation of these

funds be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration and

Public Realm; and

 

(7) authority be delegated to the Director of Inclusive Regeneration the ability

to vary the rent on the unsold equity of these Shared Ownership homes, if

necessary, to make them more affordable but within agreed viability

assumptions.

 

Minutes:

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

the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set out in the report and by a vote of

6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) Lewisham Council become a provider of Shared Ownership homes within

the London Borough of Lewisham;

 

(2) the proposed Shared Ownership Policy set out at Section 5 be approved;

 

(3) the process of marketing, sale and management of Shared Ownership

homes to facilitate existing programmes through Lewisham Homes be

approved;

 

(4) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration

and Public Realm in consultation with the Director of Legal, Corporate

Governance and Elections, to agree a variation to the Council’s Management

Agreement with Lewisham Homes to appoint Lewisham Homes as the

Council’s sales and marketing agent for all the Council’s Shared Ownership

homes and to provide all necessary management services in this respect;

 

(5) authority be delegated to the Director of Inclusive Regeneration, in

consultation with the Director of Law, Corporate Governance & Elections,

authority to agree terms for the sale of the Shared Ownership homes

developed through the Building for Lewisham programme, subject to a RICS

valuation and the sales being in conformity with GLA funding, including all

subsequent staircasing sales. This decision is dependent on Mayor and

Cabinet accepting GLA AHP grant funding in the 2021-2026 Programme

which is being considered by separate report on 3rd November 2021;

 

(6) GLA AHP 2021-2026 grant be applied, if accepted by Mayor and Cabinet

by separate report on the 3 November 2021 to 171 Shared Ownership homes

and that Right to Buy Receipts be applied to the remaining Shared Ownership

homes in the Building for Lewisham programme where GLA funding is

unavailable with this application and any subsequent reallocation of these

funds be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration and

Public Realm; and

 

(7) authority be delegated to the Director of Inclusive Regeneration the ability

to vary the rent on the unsold equity of these Shared Ownership homes, if

necessary, to make them more affordable but within agreed viability

assumptions.

 

564.

Building Security and Related Services Award of Contract pdf icon PDF 72 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

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

Member for Finance and Resources, Councillor Amanda De Ryk, the Mayor

and Cabinet agreed that officers be authorised to carry out an open tender

exercise in order to procure building security and related services on the basis

of a three year contract with an optional two year extension

Minutes:

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

Member for Finance and Resources, Councillor Amanda De Ryk, the Mayor

and Cabinet for the reasons set out in the report and by a vote of 6-0:

 

RESOLVED that officers be authorised to carry out an open tender

exercise in order to procure building security and related services on the basis

of a three year contract with an optional two year extension

565.

Approval to Tender works to refurbish the former Catford Constitutional Club pdf icon PDF 65 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Mayor, the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that:

 

(1) the pursuance of a tender process to engage a suitable contractor to

undertake the refurbishment of the former CCC building be approved;

 

(2) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration

and Public Realm, in consultation with the Executive Director for Corporate

Services, to approve the most suitable procurement route to seek a contractor

for the refurbishment of the former CCC building.

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Executive Director of Housing, Regeneration

and Public Realm, in consultation with the Executive Director for Corporate

Services to approve the engagement of the most economically viable

contractor to undertake the refurbishment of the former CCC building up to a

maximum value with Pre-tender estimates and approval thresholds being

outlined within Part 2 for reasons of commercial sensitivity; and

 

(4) Lewisham Council are already affiliated to the London wide Dangerous

Structures Consortium framework contract that was retendered via an Official

Journal of the European Union (OJEU) process by Hounslow Council and

won by Wates Property Services Ltd on 18 March 2021 and note be taken

changes made via the retendered process now include a Planned Works

section that requires approval from Mayor and Cabinet for officers to use and

authorisation for this is sought.

 

Minutes:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Mayor, the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set out in

the report and by a vote of 6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the pursuance of a tender process to engage a suitable contractor to

undertake the refurbishment of the former CCC building be approved;

 

(2) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Housing, Regeneration

and Public Realm, in consultation with the Executive Director for Corporate

Services, to approve the most suitable procurement route to seek a contractor

for the refurbishment of the former CCC building.

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Executive Director of Housing, Regeneration

and Public Realm, in consultation with the Executive Director for Corporate

Services to approve the engagement of the most economically viable

contractor to undertake the refurbishment of the former CCC building up to a

maximum value with Pre-tender estimates and approval thresholds being

outlined within Part 2 for reasons of commercial sensitivity; and

 

(4) Lewisham Council are already affiliated to the London wide Dangerous

Structures Consortium framework contract that was retendered via an Official

Journal of the European Union (OJEU) process by Hounslow Council and

won by Wates Property Services Ltd on 18 March 2021 and note be taken

changes made via the retendered process now include a Planned Works

section that requires approval from Mayor and Cabinet for officers to use and

authorisation for this is sought.

 

566.

Procurement of Housing Management System and implementation of a Customer Relationship Management System pdf icon PDF 196 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

 

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Democracy, Refugees &

Accountability, Councillor Kevin Bonavia, the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that:

 

(1) the commencement of a tender exercise be approved to replace the

incumbent Housing Management System with a Customer Relationship

Management System;

 

(2) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Corporate Resources

to approve the procurement process; and

 

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

the decision to award the contract to the winning bidder resulting from the

competitive tender

Minutes:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Cabinet Member for Democracy, Refugees &

Accountability, Councillor Kevin Bonavia, the Mayor and Cabinet for the

reasons set out in the report and by a vote of 6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the commencement of a tender exercise be approved to replace the

incumbent Housing Management System with a Customer Relationship

Management System;

 

(2) authority be delegated to the Executive Director for Corporate Resources

to approve the procurement process; and

 

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

the decision to award the contract to the winning bidder resulting from the

competitive tender

567.

Deptford High Street Conservation Area Article 4 Direction pdf icon PDF 70 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

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

Member for Housing & Planning, Councillor Paul Bell, the Mayor and Cabinet

agreed that:

 

(1) the confirmation of the Deptford High Street and St Paul’s Church

Conservation Area Article 4 Direction be authorised; and

 

(2) authority be delegated to the Director of Planning the power to carry out

the statutory procedures to confirm the Deptford High Street and St Paul’s

Church Conservation Area Article 4 direction under the Town & Country

Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015

Minutes:

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

the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set out in the report and by a vote of

6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the confirmation of the Deptford High Street and St Paul’s Church

Conservation Area Article 4 Direction be authorised; and

 

(2) authority be delegated to the Director of Planning the power to carry out

the statutory procedures to confirm the Deptford High Street and St Paul’s

Church Conservation Area Article 4 direction under the Town & Country

Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015

568.

CRPL - Appointment of Directors pdf icon PDF 68 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

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

the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that:

 

(1) the appointment of David Austin and Zahur Khan as Directors of the

Catford Regeneration Partnership Limited (CRPL) be approved;

 

(2) David Austin and Zahur Khan be indemnified as Directors in accordance

with the attached Deed of Indemnity agreed at the inception of the Company

Minutes:

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

the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set out in the report and by a vote of

6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the appointment of David Austin and Zahur Khan as Directors of the

Catford Regeneration Partnership Limited (CRPL) be approved;

 

(2) David Austin and Zahur Khan be indemnified as Directors in accordance

with the attached Deed of Indemnity agreed at the inception of the Company

569.

New Parking Enforcement arrangements on Lewisham Homes and RB3 managed Housing Estates - outcome of Section 105 consultation pdf icon PDF 64 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Mayor, the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that:

 

(1) the results and feedback from the statutory Section 105 consultation with

secure tenants, and the non-statutory consultation undertaken with

leaseholders be received;

 

(2) the introduction of TMOs for the purpose of managing and enforcing

parking on Housing Estate land be approved and to note that this includes

existing Housing Estate parking sites and any additional sites where new build

developments are being constructed by Lewisham Homes;

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Executive Director of Housing, Regeneration

and the Public Realm to consider the outcome of the Statutory TMO

consultation process and whether or not to approve the implementation of the

new scheme;

 

(4) Subject to the new scheme being implemented following consideration of

the outcome of the Statutory TMO consultation process, officers be instructed

to undertake a review of the parking charges for current Housing Estates

within the first year of implementation of the new scheme and to agree that

the scope of the review will involve moving to emissions-based parking

permits on Housing Estates to align with all other permits issued in the

borough and that the review will include an assessment of the socio-economic

impacts of any emissions-based scheme, the results of the review to be

reported back to Mayor and Cabinet prior to consideration by Mayor and

Cabinet of any recommendations for a new charging structure; and

 

(5) authority be delegated to the Executive Director of Housing, Regeneration

and the Public Realm to carry out and consider responses to approve future

Section 105 and TMO statutory consultations connected to the

implementation of new parking enforcement sites on Housing Estate land and

including new sites being introduced as a result of new build developments on

Housing Estates.

Minutes:

Having considered an open and a confidential officer report, and a

presentation by the Mayor, the Mayor and Cabinet for the reasons set out in

the report and by a vote of 6-0:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

(1) the results and feedback from the statutory Section 105 consultation with

secure tenants, and the non-statutory consultation undertaken with

leaseholders be received;

 

(2) the introduction of TMOs for the purpose of managing and enforcing

parking on Housing Estate land be approved and to note that this includes

existing Housing Estate parking sites and any additional sites where new build

developments are being constructed by Lewisham Homes;

 

(3) authority be delegated to the Executive Director of Housing, Regeneration

and the Public Realm to consider the outcome of the Statutory TMO

consultation process and whether or not to approve the implementation of the

new scheme;

 

(4) Subject to the new scheme being implemented following consideration of

the outcome of the Statutory TMO consultation process, officers be instructed

to undertake a review of the parking charges for current Housing Estates

within the first year of implementation of the new scheme and to agree that

the scope of the review will involve moving to emissions-based parking

permits on Housing Estates to align with all other permits issued in the

borough and that the review will include an assessment of the socio-economic

impacts of any emissions-based scheme, the results of the review to be

reported back to Mayor and Cabinet prior to consideration by Mayor and

Cabinet of any recommendations for a new charging structure; and

 

(5) authority be delegated to the Executive Director of Housing, Regeneration

and the Public Realm to carry out and consider responses to approve future

Section 105 and TMO statutory consultations connected to the

implementation of new parking enforcement sites on Housing Estate land and

including new sites being introduced as a result of new build developments on

Housing Estates.

570.

Exclusion of Press and Public pdf icon PDF 27 KB

Decision:

Not required.

Minutes:

The exclusion of the press and public was not required as all the items listed

were taken into consideration before the decisions taken in the open session

were agreed.

571.

Right to Buyback Programme (part 2)

Decision:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

Minutes:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

572.

Supported housing and floating support permissions to award contracts (part 2)

Decision:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

Minutes:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

573.

Adults Core Substance Misuse Contract Award (part 2)

Decision:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

Minutes:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

574.

Approval to Tender works to refurbish the former Catford Constitutional Club (part 2)

Decision:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

Minutes:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

575.

Procurement of Housing Management System and implementation of a Customer Relationship Management System (part 2)

Decision:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

Minutes:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

576.

New Parking Enforcement arrangements on Lewisham Homes and RB3 managed Housing Estates - outcome of Section 105 consultation (part 2)

Decision:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

Minutes:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

577.

NCIL borough recommendations for funding (part 2)

Decision:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

Minutes:

Item considered in conjunction with the Part 1 report.

 

 

The meeting closed at 6.44pm