Agenda and minutes

Cabinet Member Signing
Monday, 16th August, 2021 10.30 am

Contact: Felicity Foley, Committees Manager 

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22.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

To receive any apologies for absence.

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There were no apologies for absence.

23.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

A member with a disclosable pecuniary interest or a prejudicial interest in a matter who attends a meeting of the authority at which the matter is considered:

 

(i) must disclose the interest at the start of the meeting or when the interest becomes apparent, and

(ii) may not participate in any discussion or vote on the matter and must withdraw from the meeting room.

 

A member who discloses at a meeting a disclosable pecuniary interest which is not registered in the Register of Members’ Interests or the subject of a pending notification must notify the Monitoring Officer of the interest within 28 days of the disclosure.

 

Disclosable pecuniary interests, personal interests and prejudicial interests are defined at Paragraphs 5-7 and Appendix A of the Members’ Code of Conduct

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There were no declarations of interest.

24.

MUSWELL HILL WEST CPZ - STATUTORY CONSULTATION, N10 pdf icon PDF 426 KB

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The Cabinet Member for Customer Service, Welfare, and the Public Realm considered the report which provided feedback from the statutory consultation, commencing on 25 November 2020 and concluding on 16 December 2020, on the proposal to introduce a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) - Muswell Hill West (MHW) in the following roads: Athenaeum Place, Kings Avenue, Princes Avenue, Queens Avenue, Queens Lane, Princes Lane and Avenue Mews, eastern side of Fortis Green Road (between the junctions of Queens Avenue and Muswell Hill Broadway), and the north western side of Muswell Hill Broadway (from Fortis Green Road to Woodberry Crescent). The report also requested approval to proceed to implementation, having taken objections into consideration.

 

Following questions from the Cabinet Member, it was noted that a higher proportion of people had objected to the statutory consultation but that a higher proportion of people had responded in support to the public consultation and that, overall, there were more responses in support than in opposition. It was added that the ward councillors were all in support of the proposals.

 

The Cabinet Member RESOLVED

 

1.    To approve that a new Controlled Parking Zone called Muswell Hill West is introduced into the following roads: Athenaeum Place, Kings Avenue, Princes Avenue, Queens Avenue, Queens Lane, Princes Lane and Avenue Mews, eastern side of Fortis Green Road (between the junctions of Queens Avenue and Muswell Hill Broadway) and the north western side of Muswell Hill Broadway (from Fortis Green Road to Woodberry Crescent). A plan showing the extent and parking arrangement for the proposed Controlled Parking Zone can be seen in Appendix (I) to the report.

 

2.    To approve the operational times for the (Muswell Hill West) Controlled Parking Zone to be Monday to Friday 10am to 2pm.

 

Reasons for decision

 

Following public consultation on the proposals, approval was granted by officers under Delegated Authority in November 2020 to proceed with delivery of parking controls on the following roads: Athenaeum Place, Kings Avenue, Princes Avenue, Queens Avenue, Queens Lane, Princes Lane and Avenue Mews, eastern side of Fortis Green Road (between the junctions of Queens Avenue and Muswell Hill Broadway), the north western side of Muswell Hill Broadway (from Fortis Green Road to Woodberry Crescent), subject to the outcome of a statutory consultation.

 

The public consultation received a total of 83 (18%) responses, 47 (57%) in favour 33 (40%) in opposition and 3 (3%) not sure.

 

The outcome of the public consultation was endorsed by local Ward Councillors and is supported by Haringey’s CPZ Parking Policy.

 

A total of 21 submissions were received to the statutory consultation, 14 objections and 7 in favour. Of the objections received, none could be considered as a ‘substantial objection’ i.e. relating to the consultation process not following required legal process or statutory documents containing fundamental errors. A summary of objections received are detailed in Table 2, section 6 of the report.

 

Alternative options considered

 

An alternative was to not introduce parking controls in the roads listed in section 4.1. This is not  ...  view the full minutes text for item 24.

25.

FORTIS GREEN EXTENSION - STATUTORY CONSULTATION, N10 pdf icon PDF 196 KB

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The Cabinet Member for Customer Service, Welfare, and the Public Realm considered the report which provided feedback from the statutory consultation carried out from 4 November 2020 to 24 November 2020, on the proposal to extend the current Fortis Green Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) to include the following roads: Ringwood Avenue, Beech Drive and Twyford Avenue. The report also requested approval to proceed to implementation, having taken objections into consideration.

 

In response to questions from the Cabinet Member, it was confirmed that the roads where CPZs were proposed were those where the majority of people accepted the proposals. It was added that the Fortis Green ward councillors had been involved throughout the process and were in support of the proposals.

 

The Cabinet Member RESOLVED

 

1.    To note the delegated decision report following the public consultation and considers the objections raised during the statutory consultation on the proposals, as well as officer responses to the objections.

 

2.    To approve the extension of Fortis Green Controlled Parking Zone into the following roads: Ringwood Avenue, Beech Drive, and Twyford Avenue, as detailed in Appendix (I) to the report.

 

3.    To approve the operational times for the above listed roads to match those of the existing Fortis Green Controlled Parking Zone i.e. Monday to Friday 11am to 1pm.

 

Reasons for decision

 

Following public consultation on the proposals, approval was granted by officers under Delegated Authority in October 2020 to proceed to delivery of parking controls on the following roads: Ringwood Avenue, Beech Drive and Twyford Avenue as part of the existing Fortis Green (FG) CPZ, subject to the outcome of a statutory consultation.

 

For Ringwood Avenue, Beech Drive and Twyford Avenue, the public consultation received a total of 86 responses: 45 (52%) in favour and 41 (48%) in opposition.

 

The outcome of the public consultation was endorsed by local Ward Councillors and is supported by Haringey’s CPZ Parking Policy.

 

A total of 51 submissions were received to the statutory consultation: 32 objections and 19 in favour. Of the objections received, none could be considered as a ‘substantial objection’ i.e. relating to the consultation process not following required legal process, or statutory documents containing fundamental errors. A summary of objections received are detailed in Table 2, section 6 of this report.

 

Alternative options considered

 

An alternative is to not introduce parking controls in roads listed in section 4.1. This is not recommended as the public consultation demonstrated the introduction of parking measures were supported by the majority of residents responding in the roads listed in section 4.1 and endorsed by local Ward Councillors. In addition, no substantial objections were received during the statutory consultation.