Hounslow Council


Agenda

Venue: St John's Centre, 80 St John's Road, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 6RU

Contact: Kay Duffy on 020 8583 2067 or at Email: IBAF@hounslow.gov.uk 

Items
No. Item

Planning application exhibition

Please note that the following two planning proposals will be exhibited at the venue before the meeting begins.  Members are residents are invited to discuss these proposals from 6pm.  The Area Forum meeting will begin as normal from 7.30pm. 

·       250 Gunnersbury Avenue, W4 5QB

·       Regeneration plans for Watermans Arts Centre and the former police station sites, Brentford

Communications and Formal Business

1.

Apologies for Absence, Declarations of Interest and any other Communications from Members

Items for Consideration

2.

Local Policing Update - Sgt. Kevin Sinclair (Isleworth and Osterley reports late additions) pdf icon PDF 210 KB

To include an update from British Transport Police colleagues.

Additional documents:

3.

Open Forum

An opportunity for members of the public to address the meeting on general issues relating to the agenda and other issues not on the agenda.  Please note that individual cases cannot be discussed. 

4.

Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and S106 Consultation - information item

The consultation runs from 3 July to 15 September 2017 inclusive.  Members and residents are invited to suggest projects that could improve their local areas.  More information is available on the Council’s website about the fund, process and application form:

https://www.hounslow.gov.uk/info/20033/community_infrastructure_levy/1094/community_infrastructure_levy/5

5.

Area Forum Action Plan - for information pdf icon PDF 224 KB

6.

Petitions update - for information pdf icon PDF 137 KB

A briefing note on the petition requesting businesses in Isleworth to access permits in the Rugby Zone will follow for discussion at the meeting.

7.

Play Streets - for information pdf icon PDF 173 KB

Items for Decision

8.

Planning application called in to Area Forum - 209 Brentford High Street - Councillor Guy Lambert pdf icon PDF 173 KB

9.

Minutes of the meeting held on 15 June 2017 and Matters Arising pdf icon PDF 245 KB

10.

Date of next scheduled meeting - 28 September 2017 pdf icon PDF 224 KB

An indicative meeting plan is included here for information and is subject to change as required.

11.

Urgent Business

Any other items which the Chair accepts for consideration on grounds of urgency.

Protocol for Speakers pdf icon PDF 98 KB

i)                 Those wishing to address the Area Forum on any of the items for decision listed on the agenda (with the exception of planning applications) should contact the Committee Administrator, Kay Duffy, on 020 8583 2067 with details of the proposed submission as soon as practicable and no later than two working days before the meeting. The Chair will decide whether or not to grant the request to speak and notification will be given of the decision.

ii)               For all highways matters, if there are members of the public with opposing views regarding the proposal the chair will allow both sides to speak. Generally, speakers will only be allowed to speak on issues where funding is available.

iii)              Each party will be given no more than 5 minutes to speak.  The time allotted could be reduced if, for example, the chair wishes to accommodate several speakers on the same item.

iv)             The Area Committee will consider submissions on up to 3 items per meeting.

v)               Written submissions should be made to the Committee Administrator no later than 4pm on the day of the meeting. 

 

Additional notes about the Open Forum:

Residents are asked to submit any questions/ issues to the Open Forum in writing at least one full working day before the meeting – a pro-forma is included in the agenda pack to assist this.  The earlier we receive your submission, the greater the chance of a response being available in time for the meeting.  Please note that you can also use the pro-forma to suggest any topics you would like to see discussed at future Area Forum meetings.

 

Recording and reporting on public meetings

Please note that members of public can choose to record or report in other ways on this public meeting.  If you wish to do so then please read the Council’s protocol, which can be found on the Council’s website.  Copies of the protocol are also available at the meeting.  The Council asks that you avoid recording members of the audience who are not participants at the meeting.  The Council will seek to facilitate this. However, anyone attending a public meeting does so in the knowledge that recording may take place and that they may be part of that record.