Agenda and draft minutes

Area Committee 1
Tuesday, 26th November, 2019 6.00 pm

Venue: City Hall Meeting Spaces - First Floor - 1P 09 - City Hall, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TR. View directions

Contact: Jeremy Livitt 

Items
No. Item

12.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

Apologies received from Councillors Radford and Abraham

13.

Election of Chair pdf icon PDF 98 KB

Minutes:

Councillor Jerome Thomas was elected Chair for the meeting and Councillor Don Alexander Vice-Chair

14.

Declarations of Interest

To note any interests relevant to the consideration of items on the agenda.

Please note that any declarations of interest made at the meeting which are not

on the register of interests should be notified to the Monitoring Officer for

inclusion.

 

Minutes:

Committee noted that the applications for decisions fell within member Wards and on occasion members had personal involvement with projects but none were pecuniary interest.

 

Cllr Denyer, perspective parliamentary candidate for Bristol West, ask for noting; that any decision made in favour of Elm Lane within her Ward would not be used for electioneering purposes.

 

15.

Public Forum

Members of the public may make a written statement.

 

Please submit it to democratic.services@bristol.gov.uk or Democratic Services Section, City Hall, College Green, Bristol BS1 5UY. The following requirement applies:

 

The statement is received no later than 12.00 noon on the working day before the meeting and is about a matter which is the responsibility of the Committee concerned.

 

For this meeting, the deadline date is 12pm on Monday 25th November 2019.

 

Minutes:

Members of Area Committee 1 received public forum statements in advance of the meeting.

16.

Minutes of the last Meeting held on 15th May 2019 pdf icon PDF 180 KB

Minutes:

Minutes of Area Committee 1 for the 15th May were approved as the correct record

17.

Report on Proposed Decisions for Councillors pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

 

The Community Resources Manager asked Members to note progress on the projects approved in 2018 as set out in the table below:

 

Project approved 2018

Project descriptions

Funding agreed

Delivery period

 

 

 

19/20 financial year

20/21 financial year

21/22 financial year

Parks

 

 

 

 

 

Match funding for Beachley Walk

MUGA/Park renovation

£50,000 CIL

The MUGA was completed in summer 2019

May 2020 for Park renovation – additional funding bid submitted to SUEZ

 

Funding modular hub for BMX bike club to complement new bcc BMX track

Modular BMX hub

£105,000 (50% LWNDP CIL; 50% general CIL: additional £5,000 for a renewable generator solution)

We have now submitted a full planning application to site welfare units on the carpark of the BMX track.

 

We have received 3 quotes for all the required works and are soon to appoint a constructor to carry out the works following favourable planning decision.

 

We have explored the provision for a renewable energy sourced generator, and following cost consideration and climate issues, we have now come to the conclusion that sourcing energy from the main network on a green tariff would best meet the climate concerns that we are all currently faced with. Although this and other issues have increased the cost to beyond the CIL budget, we have managed to secure additional funding to meet this increase.

 

Match funding for replacement park equipment at Mancroft Ave

Park equipment

£50,000 CIL

New play delivered October 2019; landscaping snagging work being delivered now: disabled access work: accessible picnic tables (wheel chair end), accessible rocker 4 way, scramble ramp to junior multiplay climber unit

 

 

Engage the Park Work team to undertake improvement work in parks throughout the wards

to undertake improvement work in parks throughout the wards

£12,000 CIL

Project completed:

Brandon Hill- weekly volunteer session and renovation of beds including herb bed, old bowling green and long border.

Butterfly Junction-construction of Knee rail fencing, planting and benches to perimeter.

Lamplighters Marsh-  creation of wildflower area, bulb planting and woodland management.

 

 

Environmental Improvements in Stoke Bishop, WOT, Henleaze

Various :the provision of a range of litter and dog waste bins, benches and notice boards to improve local environment

£9,400 CIL

 

Delivery 2020

 

Trees

 

 

 

 

 

Replacing 14 street trees in Stoke Bishop, WOT, Henleaze

Street trees

£10,712.94 CIL

Planted winter 2018/19

Tree Forum re-planting: 46 plots

Tree replacement

£35,199.66 s106

Planted winter 2018/19

 

 

 

81 trees were planted across AC1 last season using above funds plus previously approved NP S106 funds

 Avon Crescent Re-Re-routing Update:  The Committee had requested at their meeting on 15th May 2019 an update on progress delivering this Transport project as part of the item confirming the £50,000 of CIL previously approved for this project by the Neighbourhood Partnership.  Mark Sperduty reported that the Transport team responsible were now working up a final design for the project and that it would be delivered in the 2020/21 work programme.

 

CIL/S106 bid Approval Process

 

The Chair led discussion on the proposals moved to stage 2:

 

Regarding the selection process  ...  view the full minutes text for item 17.