LEE GREEN ASSEMBLY MEETING

When: Wednesday 10th October 2018
Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Where: Trinity CE Secondary School
Taunton Road
London SE12 8PD
 
Light refreshments
 
AGENDA
 
1. Police Safer Neighbourhood Team update
Police report on their activities in recent months.
 
2. Assembly general updates – Find out the latest update on:
Traffic and Parking – the first meeting of the Assembly working group was held on 26th September. Members received a briefing on the areas for which consultation could take place for Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs), and plans for dealing with traffic issues, in particular, rat-running.
 
3. Leegate – the revised application to redevelop the site, submitted by St Modwen this summer, is being considered by the Council before a report goes to its Planning Committee – possibly at the end of the year. Currently, these talks include the Greater London Authority to ensure that the plans meet the Mayor of London’s policy guidelines.
 
4. Celebrating our Community – 55 members of local groups, almost all of them volunteers, gathered at a social event on 15th September in Manor House Library. Organised by Lee Green Consortium to reward 15 community groups for all their hard work. They enjoyed a free meal, prepared by Pistachio’s, in the company of old and new friends and a grand raffle featuring prizes from local restaurants and shops. Lewisham East’s newly-elected MP Janet Daby was on hand for the prizes draw.
 
5. Hither Green funds from planning agreements – Funds are available from local developments to support the community under Section 106 (what’s called “planning gain”). The money will be spent on infrastructure projects in the Staplehurst Road. It’s your chance to contribute ideas on what projects might best serve the area.
 
6. Presentation of bids for the Assembly fund and voting
See panel on facing page for the bids. Details of the applications will be available at the meeting.
 
7. Local Democracy Review
Report on the first stages of the Council’s review of how best to work with residents, increasing their involvement in decision-making through a more open and transparent process.
 
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