Venue: The Dovetail Centre, Methodist Church, Winchester Road, Chandler's Ford, SO53 2GJ
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To consider the Minutes of the meeting held on 16 January 2019.
That the Minutes of the meeting held on 16 January 2019 be noted.
Declarations of Interest
Members are invited to declare interests in relation to items of business on the agenda. Any interests declared will be recorded in the Minutes.
There were no declarations of interest in relation to items of business on the agenda.
There was no public participation on this occasion.
The Chair sent condolences to those affected by the death of the local resident recently killed in Chandler’s Ford that took place on 10 March 2019. Members joined the Chair in passing on their condolences.
The Committee wished to note their congratulations to those who partook in the Eastleigh Sports Awards. Particular mention was made of Maisie Stocks who received the Outstanding Personal Achievement Award, Janna Maunder who received the Junior Disability Sportsperson Award and Toynbee School for receiving School of the Year (Secondary) Award.
The Committee considered a report by the Direct Services Manager and the Local Area Manager. The Committee were advised on the background of the report and the recommendations put forward.
RESOLVED that -
(1) Developer contributions available to this Committee totalling £135,000 be allocated to projects to refurbish and enhance Hiltingbury Lakes.
(2) The projects be implemented and overseen by the Direct Services Manager
(3) The allocation of £125,000 of New Homes Bonus money to these projects be noted.
(4) The requirement for additional revenue funding to maintain the area, once works are completed, be noted; and
(5) The programmes of work be widely publicised to ensure awareness and in order to assist public understanding of the benefits and long-term outcome.
There were two speakers on this item making the following points:
The Chair noted these comments and the Direct Services Manager responded, confirming that action would be taken to remove brambles and appropriately manage the rodent population.
The Committee considered a report by the Senior Engineering Specialist. The Committee were advised on the background of the report and the following recommendations put forward:
(1) Speed Limit Reminders (SLRs) and Speed Data Recorders (SDRs) be deployed on North Millers Dale.
(2) the road markings as shown in appendix 1 be implemented; and
(3) parking restriction measures be considered for inclusion in the 19/20 various order if the issue is shown to be a reoccurring one
However, it was noted that Appendix 1 was missing from the report. Furthermore, Councillor Grajewski commented that the most significant problem in the area was parking rather than the speed of traffic. Councillor Atkinson proposed that the report should be deferred to the next meeting for to enable a comprehensive report to be provided. This was seconded by Councillor Grajewski and unanimously agreed.
That the report be deferred to the next meeting to enable a comprehensive report to be provided.
The Committee considered a report by the Senior Engineering Specialist. The Committee were advised on the background of the report and various recommendations were put forward:
RESOLVED - to approve:
(1) The implementation of the ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions on Springhill Road, Steele Close and Ribble Close. as advertised (Recommendation 1)
(2) The amendment of the restriction across the frontage of 37 Fryern Close, removing this section from the order as a result of a resident’s objection (Recommendation 2)
(3) The implementation of the Bournemouth Road restriction of waiting times within the layby outside of No 13 to No 17. (Recommendation 6)
(4) The Charnwood Crescent proposal with amendments, as indicated on the attached plan (Additional Recommendation 7).
(5) The delegation to the Chair, Vice Chair, Leader of the Opposition and Environmental Lead Specialist to determine:
i. A review of Ford Avenue to include the northern end of the road and Tangmere Rise, before any order implementation (Recommendation 3)
ii. A review of Brook Close to include the turning head, before any order implementation (Recommendation 4)
(6) The defereral until the next meeting for comprehensive information to be provided:
i. The Meon Crescent proposal with amendments, as indicated on the attached plan.
Councillor Grajewski asked that the Hiltingbury Road/Kingsway traffic oblique parking issues be investigated and brought to Committee as this had been raised by her on several previous occasions and she was concerned that it was not included in this report.
There were two speakers on this item of business who made the following points:
· concerns were raised as to parking on the walkway creating difficulties gaining access to properties at the end of the road, particularly due to one of the speakers partial sight and use of a guide dog.
· further concerns were raised that parking at the entrance to the road prevents refuse collection as access cannot be obtained by refuse collectors.