Decisions by Individual Cabinet Members, Cabinet and Committees

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Decisions published

25/10/2021 - Mandatory CIL Social Housing Relief for 18/05425/FUL Higgs Industrial Estate ref: 7961    For consultation

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Sustainable Growth and Opportunity

Decision published: 15/10/2021

Effective from: 25/10/2021

Decision:

To approve the mandatory social housing relief claim for £859,593.74 in respect of 6,591.05m2 of qualifying Gross Internal Area (GIA) including the qualifying dwellings and qualifying communal area, as this claim meets the conditions set out in Regulation 49 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 as amended to qualify for mandatory social housing relief.

 

Wards affected: Herne Hill;

Lead officer: Benny Clutario


25/10/2021 - Children’s centre staffing costs ref: 7962    For consultation

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Children's Services

Decision published: 15/10/2021

Effective from: 25/10/2021

Decision:

1.    To authorise an inflationary uplift to the children’s centre budget of £72,111 to cover the deficit resulting from the pay inflation for children’s centre staff roles in 2020/21.

2.    From 2021/22, to consider children’s centre staff as part of the establishment when corporate uplift is applied to cover pay inflation.

3.    From 2021/22, to consider children’s centre staff as part of the establishment for the purpose of corporate funding for maternity pay.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Laura Griffin


21/10/2021 - Brockwell Hall Restoration Decarbonisation Project: procurement and award of works ref: 7960    

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Equalities and Culture

Decision published: 13/10/2021

Effective from: 29/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To approve the award of the contract to G-Core Limited for the Brockwell Hall decarbonisation project for a contract sum of £464,000, commencing October 2021 and completing by March 2022.

 

2.         To increase the project budget to £507,540, with the additional monies to be allocated from the Energy, Flood Prevention & Climate Change capital budget approved by Cabinet in July 2020.

 

Wards affected: Herne Hill;

Lead officer: Preeti Chatwal Kauffman


20/10/2021 - Smart Cities Strategy ref: 7959    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 12/10/2021

Effective from: 20/10/2021

Decision:

1.               To approve £35k to Ove Arup and Partners Ltd for the commissioning of a single supplier commission under the Crown Commercial Service Framework to undertake a study into how smart city technology can be delivered in Lambeth.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Matthew Sims


04/10/2021 - Budget and Performance Report - Q1 2021-22 ref: 7954    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/10/2021 - Cabinet

Decision published: 08/10/2021

Effective from: 04/10/2021

Decision:

The Leader, Councillor Claire Holland introduced the report, in which she highlighted that:

  • Despite it being difficult to compare data from this year to last due to the pandemic, significant improvements can be seen
  • A high percentage of senior staff hold one or more protected characteristics
  • There had been an increased demand in temporary accommodation and social care needs throughout the borough resulting in pressure to budget and service delivery
  • The delivery of affordable housing remains a key priority for the Council.

 

Councillor Scott Ainslie, speaking on behalf of the Green Group, raised concerns regarding the Budget Report, and posed a number of questions surrounding:

  • Borough Plan KPI’s: Concerns around the figure for Youth Violence being marked as on track despite recent events of this nature
  • The number of dwellings that were offered as affordable housing
  • The overspend on temporary accommodation and whether the recent regeneration estates have secured Council tenants

 

In response to some of the questions and comments, Councillor Edward Davie, Cabinet Member for Children and Young People highlighted that the Council’s performance indicator for youth violence showed the rate of youth violence per 1000 young people aged 1-24 years old, which had fallen. Councillor Davie noted that the trend was down this quarter, but the problem is not solved, and the Council must continue to work hard to carry this trend further.

Deputy Leader, Councillor Matthew Bennett, Cabinet Member for Planning, Development and New Homes highlighted that there had been substantial progress surrounding new homes, including a number of new homes having been built in various locations across the borough. One of the developments also benefitted from 18 additional homes than the original Planning Permission agreed. Councillor Bennett also stated that the most suitable temporary accommodation is being sought, and steps are in place to work towards ending the housing strategy including using homes to house the homeless.

In conclusion to the discussion, Councillor Jim Dixon, Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care explained that the Lambeth Make Safer Strategy is being implemented by priority work streams and offered support to any Cabinet Member in terms of understanding the Lambeth Make Safer Strategy.

Following consideration, Cabinet resolved:

  1. To note the latest performance update against the delivery of the Borough Plan, including both the review of the activity taken place in the directorate business plans as well as the corporate performance indicator outturns.
  2. To note the financial position reported for Q1 and to note the budgetary risks and mitigating measures moving forward.
  3. To note the latest position of each of the directorates, looking at the budgetary position, performance and progress towards the delivery of business plans

 


04/10/2021 - Lambeth Made Safer Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy 2021-27 ref: 7953    Recommendations Approved

To adopt the new VAWG Strategy which outlines our commitment as a partnership to a six-year vision for tackling all forms of Violence Against Women and Girls. The Strategy is our third iteration in ten years and outlines our vision, goals, and commitments to work together and with our residents and communities to prevent and respond to all forms of VAWG so Lambeth is a borough where everyone is safe.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/10/2021 - Cabinet

Decision published: 08/10/2021

Effective from: 16/10/2021

Decision:

The Leader, Councillor Claire Holland highlighted the recent tragedies of four young women who had lost their lives at the hands of violence; and that the proposed Strategy set out a vision for a safer Lambeth for all.

The report was introduced by Deputy Leader (Cabinet Member for Jobs, Skills and Community Safety) Councillor Jacqui Dyer who highlighted that:

  • This would be the Council’s third Strategy relating to Violence against Women and Girls
  • 5 women in Lambeth had lost their lives to violence
  • 80 women had been killed by men since the murder of Sarah Everard
  • The Strategy proposed a vision for Lambeth as a safe Borough for all, and a framework by which the Council aimed to achieve this
  • All types of violence (domestic abuse, sexual exploitation, violence, stalking, harassment) and too often hidden and/or unreported
  • The Strategy initiated the VAWG Strategy Partnership Board which would be responsible for turning the Strategy into an Action Plan to be launched on 25 November – the International Day for Violence Against Women. This was to be published alongside the Strategy and renewed annually

 

Councillor Nicole Griffiths, speaking on behalf of the Green Group, expressed their commendations for this Strategy, and raised a number of questions surrounding:

  • The involvement with wider London
  • On-going work with the Police regarding the role of the Borough Commander and ensuring these ideals are incorporated into Officer training
  • The use of support forums for victims
  • Advertisement of available help and whether these are accessible to all.

 

In response to some of the questions and comments, Deputy Leader Councillor Jacqui Dyer explained that:

·         The Action Plan was being updated and any recommendations would be incorporated into the work on the Action Plan

·         The Council was working closely with the Borough Commander and Met Police, and significant developments were underway, including the roll-out of Domestic Abuse Matters training to Police Officers

·         Work was underway to resource and utilise existing forums, of which residents were a key central voice. The delivery of these was seen as a priority

·         The Communications team has been working with residents and experts to develop their strategy around support, including language, in order to create an animation that is accessible and inclusive. 

Following consideration, Cabinet resolved:

  1. To adopt the new Lambeth Made Safer VAWG Strategy, attached at Appendix C, which outlines the Council’s commitment as a partnership to a six-year vision for tackling all forms of Violence Against Women and Girls in Lambeth.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Rose Parker


04/10/2021 - Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) Asset Strategy ref: 7952    Recommendations Approved

To adopt the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) Asset Strategy, including the Letting Policy, VCS Rent Matrix model, and Social Value reporting mechanism. And to approve funding of the shortfall in the rent during the implementation phase.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/10/2021 - Cabinet

Decision published: 08/10/2021

Effective from: 16/10/2021

Decision:

Due to the number of public speakers registered to speak on this Item, this Item was taken first.

The report was introduced by Cabinet Member, Voluntary Sector and Leisure, Councillor Donatas Anyanwu who highlighted that:

  • There were a limited number of Council owned properties across the borough which are occupied by a variety of Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) groups
  • There was little consistency in terms of rent arrangements across these groups
  • The proposed strategy would ensure equity for all
  • The proposed Strategy would provide tenants the benefit of gradually increased rents over the next 6 years
  • The Strategy would provide existing tenants, where their rents were increasing, a rent-free period to help alleviate some of the issues arising out of the pandemic.

 

Cabinet was addressed by Jenny Stiles, Vice-Chair of Waterloo Action Centre, Abdu Ibrahim from the Eritrean Saho Culture Association and Tedros Abay on behalf of the Community of Tigrayan in the UK who highlighted:

·         Concerns regarding the cease of Lambeth Grants and asked why empty properties had not been challenged

·         Appreciation for proposed renovations

·         That the proposal demonstrates long-term tenancies and allows for community groups to plan in advance, and with confidence

·         Issues regarding the internal mess that had been left following the completion of some repairs. In response to this issue, the Leader stated that they would take this comment away and have conversations with relevant contractors.

In response to some of the comments raised, Councillor Donatas Anyanwu, Cabinet Member for Voluntary Sector and Leisure confirmed that:

·         Although the current arrangements for rent are not equitable, the new Strategy would provide a fairer rent level for each property within the Council’s portfolio

·         The subsidy would be more fairly split across all groups

·         A lot of the empty properties within the borough are in a state of disrepair and require investment and additional resourcing to bring them back in to use – this is being looked at as a key issue in need of addressing.

Following consideration, Cabinet resolved:

  1. To grant all VCS tenants an extra quarter’s rent free whilst the VCS Asset Strategy was being developed, to help alleviate some of the challenges from lockdown, at a cost of £70,593.75.
  2. To extend the transition period from three to six years, where rents were due to increase.
  3. To provide additional independent business consultancy to tenants that most need it.
  4. To incorporate feedback from the consultation into the Liaison Officer’s job description, to ensure frequent interaction with tenants and reasonable contact.
  5. To grant longer leases, on a case-by-case basis, subject to the usual technical and financial due diligence, including organisation governance and viability.
  6. To promote a VCS Panel with wider VCS representation, to promote advocacy and support to those tenants that require capacity building across a range of potential areas.

Wards affected: (All Wards);


18/10/2021 - Proposed Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) in the St Leonard’s area ref: 7958    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Assistant Director, Parking, Street Management and Commercial, Environment and Streetscene

Decision published: 08/10/2021

Effective from: 18/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To note the contents of the report

2.         To note the EQIA prepared for the purpose (Appendix G)

3.         Agree the drawdown of an allocation of £135,500 from the existing Parking theme CIP budget

4.         Following consideration of representations and objections received during the statutory consultation (and collected in Appendices C, D, E, I and J), to make traffic management orders creating the following parking controls, all as illustrated in Appendix B to this report:

a.         introduce a new St Leonard’s North (Zone I) CPZ operational Monday to Friday between 12pm (noon) and 2pm;

b.         introduce a new St Leonard’s Central (Zone O) CPZ operational Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 6.30pm;

c.         introduce a new Stanthorpe Triangle (Zone U) CPZ operational Monday to Friday between 12pm (noon) and 2pm;

d.            introduce at any time (double yellow line) waiting restrictions at the locations listed in Appendix F and shown in Appendix H;

e.            introduce Electric Vehicle recharging bays:

i.          on Barrow Road outside No. 19

ii.         on Barrow Road by the side of No.20 Estreham Road

iii.        on Donnybrook Road outside No. 37

iv.        on Donnybrook Road outside No. 47

v.         on Hambro Road outside No. 89

 

Wards affected: St Leonards; Streatham South;

Lead officer: Gavin Woolery-Allen


15/10/2021 - Extension to Asset Valuation Contract ref: 7956    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Finance and Investment

Decision published: 07/10/2021

Effective from: 15/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To extend the current contract with Wilks Head & Eve from 1 October 2021 to 30 September 2022 at a cost of £32,450. 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Kavitha Naicker


15/10/2021 - LJ Works Landscaping Contract Award Report ref: 7957    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

This paper will recommend the appointment of a suitable construction contractor to deliver the landscaping works packages at the LJ Works space in the Loughborough Junction area.

LJ Works is a flagship affordable workspace project in Loughborough Junction being funded through a combination of GLA grant and Council funding.


Decision Maker: Deputy Leader of the Council (Planning, Investment and New Homes)

Decision published: 07/10/2021

Effective from: 26/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To approve the award of the contract for the design and build of the LJ Works External Works Package, to Thomas Sinden Ltd, for the maximum contract value of £554,707.

2.         The contract will commence 20 September 2021, for a period of six months, with an option to extend for a further six months.

 

Wards affected: Coldharbour;

Lead officer: Dan Thomas


12/10/2021 - Purser House - Refurbishment of vacant former community centre to form 3 x 2 bed flats ref: 7951    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing and Homelessness

Decision published: 04/10/2021

Effective from: 21/10/2021

Decision:

 

1.    To award Breyer Group Plc the contract with a value of £464,185.27 from November 2021 for twelve months for works consisting of the internal refurbishment of the previous community centre at Purser House to form three self-contained flats for social rent.

 

2.    To approve a contingency of 20% of the contract sum amounting to £92,837.05. This brings the total budget allocation is £557,022.32.

 

Wards affected: Tulse Hill;

Lead officer: Paul Ingram


11/10/2021 - Traffic Order for Alterations to Parking Bays on Montford Place in Support of Oval Village development ref: 7950    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 01/10/2021

Effective from: 11/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To issue scheme approval for proposed alterations to parking bays as presented on WSP drawing R459-WSP-S00-SK-10-0022, revision P01 (Appendix A).

 

2.         That, subject to the above recommendation, the scheme be implemented under sections 6, 45, schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and section 90A of the Highways Act 1980, subject to no material objections resulting from the statutory consultation process, but that any such objections that are received are considered through the preparation and review of a revised Officer Delegated Decision Report (ODDR).

 

Wards affected: Oval;

Lead officer: Rachel Sandbrook


11/10/2021 - Traffic Order for Alterations to Parking Bays on Somerleyton Road in support of Brixton House Theatre development. ref: 7949    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 01/10/2021

Effective from: 11/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To issue scheme approval for proposed alterations to parking bays as presented on Conisbee drawing 170451-CON-X-00-DR-C-8008 revision C2, “S278 Road Signs and Markings” (Appendix A).

 

2.         That, subject to the above recommendation, the scheme be implemented under sections 6, 45, schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and section 90A of the Highways Act 1980, subject to no material objections resulting from the statutory consultation process, but that any such objections that are received are considered by the Director of Infrastructure and Capital Delivery by way of a written report before a decision is reached.

 

Wards affected: Coldharbour;

Lead officer: Rachel Sandbrook


11/10/2021 - Traffic Order for Permanent Removal of Parking Bays on Kennington Oval ref: 7948    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 01/10/2021

Effective from: 11/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To issue scheme approval for footway widening and the corresponding removal of existing parking bays plus the introduction of a new Disabled (Blue Badge holder) parking bay as illustrated on TTP Consulting drawing 2017-3142-S278-100 (Appendix A); TTP Consulting drawing 2017-3142-S278-1000 (Appendix B) and Lambeth drawing DES-CPZ-E-1001-007 (Appendix C).

 

2.         That, subject to the above recommendation, a traffic order process be undertaken in order to legally implement the scheme. This process will be undertaken in accordance with sections 6, 45, schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and section 90A of the Highways Act 1980. Completion of the traffic order process will be contingent on there being no material objections resulting from the statutory consultation process.

 

3.         That, if objections are received as part of the statutory consultation process, any such objections are considered through the preparation and review of a revised Officer Delegated Decision Report (ODDR) before the traffic order process is further progressed.

 

Wards affected: Oval;

Lead officer: Rachel Sandbrook


11/10/2021 - Creating wildflower road verges ref: 7947    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 01/10/2021

Effective from: 11/10/2021

Decision:

1.            To approve the commencement of a programme of converting existing highway verges into a network of species-rich wildflower verges from autumn 2021, using allocated capital funding, as per the programme and methodology set out in Section 2 of this report.

2.            To approve the ongoing conversion of all suitable verges within the borough to wildlife-friendly verges, using the methods set out in the report, at a pace determined by available funding.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Kevin Crook


08/10/2021 - 2021/22 Services by SBEG under London Eye S106 Agreement ref: 7946    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 30/09/2021

Effective from: 08/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To waive the Council’s Contract Standing Order 9.2 requiring competitive tendering for contracts over £100,000 for the goods and services under an Agreement with South Bank Employers’ Group Ltd (SBEG) dated 4 September 2019

2.         To note the payment of £234,608.50 to SBEG from 1 April 2021 to 15 October 2021

3.         To approve the payment of £234,608.50 to SBEG from 15 October to 31 March 2022, for a total contract value of £469,217

Wards affected: Bishop's;

Lead officer: Wendy Goodman


08/10/2021 - Approval of CIL Mandatory Social Housing Relief for development at Tesco Stores ref: 7945    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Sustainable Growth and Opportunity

Decision published: 30/09/2021

Effective from: 08/10/2021

Decision:

To approve the mandatory social housing relief, claim for £2,163,089.53 in respect of 8,431.36 sqm of qualifying Gross Internal Area (GIA) including the qualifying dwellings and qualifying communal area, as this claim meets the conditions set out in Regulation 49 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 as amended to qualify for mandatory social housing relief. The total CIL that the Council will receive after the social housing relief will be £2,483,274.

 

Wards affected: Oval;

Lead officer: Neela Ajithkumar


07/10/2021 - Workwise Project – St Mungo’s – Extension Request 2021/22 ref: 7944    

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 29/09/2021

Effective from: 07/10/2021

Decision:

1.       Note, the contract with St Mungo’s to deliver the Workwise project commenced from 1 May 2021 and will conclude on the 29 April 2022 at a total cost of £100,000.

 

2.    Note: to approve the waiver to Lambeth’s Contract Standing Orders which require competitive tender for contracts over £100,000 was granted to extend the contract with St Mungo’s from 1 May 2021 to 29 April 2022. At a Total cost of £100,000, to continue the delivery of the Workwise project. A procurement process will take place during 2021/22 to put in place a new contract once the extension expires.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Lionel Ighodaro


07/10/2021 - Transport Strategy Programme - Phase 1 Capital Funding ref: 7943    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Transport, Environment and Clean Air (job-share)

Decision published: 29/09/2021

Effective from: 16/10/2021

Decision:

1.    To approve Phase 1 of the Transport Strategy Programme to the projected value of £4,345,000.

 

2.    To approve the spend of £2,620,000 from the Sustainable Transport and Public Realm capital allocation set by cabinet in July 2020.

 

3.    To approve the spend of £1,725,000 from the council’s TfL grant allocation.

 

4.    To note the indicative 3 year capital funding requirement to support the delivery of the Programme as set out in Table 1.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Simon Phillips


06/10/2021 - Variation to Software Managed Service Contract to Support Contract Management ref: 7941    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Finance and Investment

Decision published: 28/09/2021

Effective from: 06/10/2021

Decision:

1.    To approve a variation to the contract with Axians Limited for the integration of the Electronic Contract Management System (eCMS) with the Council’s Planning and Budgeting Oracle platform (ePBCS) at a cost of £160,000 over the period 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022. 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Hamant Bharadia


06/10/2021 - Variation to Oracle Cloud Service Support Contract ref: 7940    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Finance and Investment

Decision published: 28/09/2021

Effective from: 06/10/2021

Decision:

1.    To approve a variation to the contract with Evolutionary Systems (Evosys) to enable enhancements to the Council’s Oracle Cloud systems at a cost of £245,000 over the period 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2023. 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Hamant Bharadia


06/10/2021 - Claremont East Environmental Improvements ref: 7942    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Housing and Homelessness

Decision published: 28/09/2021

Effective from: 15/10/2021

Decision:

1)         That environmental improvements are carried out to Claremont East Estate, with £504,226.56 available funding, as per the conditions stated in the sale of land to Notting Hill Housing Association in 2012 and in accordance with consultation that took place with residents in 2012 and 2015.

 

2)         That further consultation is carried with residents, ward councillors and other relevant stakeholders on the proposals for improvements, listed at 3.2 of this report, to be finalised on completion of the consultation.

 

3)         Ensure transparency in use of the funds, by continued consultation with residents, ward councillors and other relevant stakeholders.

 

4)         Carry out a feasibility study, to decide on the best use of the disused land adjacent to Balcombe House.

 

5)         That a procurement exercise is conducted, in accordance with the Council’s procurement processes and legal requirements, to appointment a contractor to complete the agreed work.

 

Wards affected: Streatham Hill;

Lead officer: Lesley Ambler


04/10/2021 - Knights Walk – Phase 1 – Loan Agreement ref: 7939    Recommendations Approved

On 30th March 2020 the Cabinet Member Delegated Decision Report ‘HFL Delivery Plan and HFL Corporate Plan’ delegated authority to the Strategic Director of Sustainable Growth and Opportunity in consultation with the Director of Legal Services and Governance to agree the terms of Agreements to Lease, Lease and such other legal agreements as are required to undertake the projects included in the HFL Business Plan.

This report seeks approval for the Council to enter into various legal agreements with Homes for Lambeth (‘HfL’) to enable a loan to be granted to HfL Homes Ltd to enable HfL Homes Ltd to purchase the 16 new homes

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Sustainable Growth and Opportunity

Decision published: 24/09/2021

Effective from: 04/10/2021

Decision:

(1)        To authorise Council officers to instruct solicitors to complete a loan agreement to lend £1,750,000 to HfL Homes Ltd.  This loan will be used by HFL Homes Ltd to fund the purchase of Knights Walk Phase 1 from HfL Build Ltd.

 

(2)          To authorise Council officers to instruct solicitors to complete a security agreement and any other legal agreement necessary to enable the completion of the loan agreement.

 

(3)        To note that completion of the purchase by HFL Homes will be dependent on:

-        a loan facility of £1,750,000 being made available by the Council, which will be the subject of a separate decision by the s151 officer under delegated authority; and

-        payment by the Council to HFL Homes of £960,000 of Affordable Housing Grant received by the Council from GLA for the project

 

Wards affected: Prince's;


04/10/2021 - Traffic Order for Alterations to Parking Bays on Hatfields in Support of Styles House Redevelopment ref: 7938    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Director: Resident Services

Decision published: 24/09/2021

Effective from: 04/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To issue scheme approval for proposed alterations to parking bays as presented on Lambeth drawing DES-CPZ-N-2020-Hatfields (Appendix C).

 

2.         That, subject to the above recommendation, the scheme be implemented under sections 6, 45, schedule 1 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and section 90A of the Highways Act 1980, subject to no material objections resulting from the statutory consultation process, but that any such objections that are received are considered by the Director of Infrastructure and Capital Delivery by way of a written report before a decision is reached.

 

Wards affected: Bishop's;


04/10/2021 - Disabled Persons’ Parking Places – Batch 2 2019-20 ref: 7936    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Assistant Director, Parking, Street Management and Commercial, Environment and Streetscene

Decision published: 24/09/2021

Effective from: 04/10/2021

Decision:

Following consideration of representations and objections received during statutory consultation, to make traffic management orders providing for:

a)            the installation of disabled persons’ parking places at the locations listed in Appendix A to this report;

b)            the deletion of those disabled persons’ parking places listed in Appendix B to this report as having had no objection to their removal.

c)            To exercise discretion not to hold a public inquiry.

 

Wards affected: Clapham Common; Gipsy Hill; Herne Hill; Knight's Hill; St Leonards; Stockwell; Streatham Hill; Streatham South; Streatham Wells; Thurlow Park; Tulse Hill; Vassall;

Lead officer: Leonardo Morris


04/10/2021 - Digital Lambeth Programme - Project capital budget allocations ref: 7937    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval of allocation of capital funding for the individual schemes being delivered under the Digital Lambeth programme to achieve the outcomes from the Digital Strategy

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Finance and Performance

Decision published: 24/09/2021

Effective from: 13/10/2021

Decision:

1.         To approve a programme of works and projects as summarised in section 2

 

2.         To approve the allocation of £500,000 from the approved capital budget

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Adrian Thompson


07/10/2021 - Procurement of electric small mechanical brooms ref: 7955    

To approve the purchase of eight electric small mechanical brooms directly from the only supplier of the type specified and needed to deliver the new Recycling, Waste Collection and Cleansing Services Contract, due to commence on 1 October 2021

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Transport, Environment and Clean Air (job-share)

Decision published: 22/09/2021

Effective from: 16/10/2021

Decision:

1.         That the Council approves the procurement of the required Electric Small Mechanical Brooms direct from the manufacturer and supplier, GM Sweepers UK Ltd. at a total maximum cost of £657,018. Maintenance of the vehicles is covered within the core contract cost of the new Recycling, Waste Collection and Cleansing Services Contract.

2.         That a waiver to Clause 8.1 – Purchasing Competition Requirements of the Council’s Contract Standing Orders be granted.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Cormac Stokes