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  Canada Water Campaign Bulletin27-02-06 #36  
     
 

CANADA WATER CONSULTATIVE FORUM

MONDAY, 27th FEBRUARY 2006@ 7.00pm
ALFRED SALTER PRIMARY SCHOOL, QUEBEC WAY , ROTHERHITHE

  • WELCOME AND APOLOGIES

  • MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING (16/1/06) (attached)

  • ACTION POINTS
    Update of outstanding issues (see below)

  • COMMUNITY & LEISURE – MELLISH FIELDS/BACON'S COLLEGE
    (Update from LBS Nigel Robinson)

  • UPDATE ON SITES
    including presentation on Fisher plans by Sami Muduroglu & Barry Albin-Dyer

  • FUTURE OF THE FORUM

  • ANY OTHER BUSINESS

FUTURE PROGRAMME OF DATES - 2006
    Alfred Salter Primary School
Quebec Way Rotherhithe SE16

Forum

7.00

Mon. 3rd April

Green Issues
Forum 7.00 Mon. 15th May Housing
Forum 7.00 Mon. 26th June Social inclusion
Forum 7.00 Mon. 31st July Youth
Forum AGM

7.00

Mon. 11 th Sept.

 

Forum

7.00

Mon. 14 th Nov.

 
Forum 7.00 Mon. 4 th Dec.  

Apologies: Jackie Rose
Tel: 020 7231 7845
Fax: 020 7252 2288
Email: contact@canadawater.org


 
 

ACTION POINTS ARISING FROM 16/1/06 CWCF MEETING:

Topic Papers (B/F 10/1/05 )

Pauline Adenwalla is still seeking volunteers to take ownership of Built Environment, Community & Leisure, Green Issues and Social Inclusion.

Transport (B/F 10/1/05 & 16/1/06):

Multi-modal study

A multi-modal study is planned for 2006 and an outline will be given at the February RCC meeting. Given level of debate at CWCF meetings, SP to circulate CWCF for comments.

Lower Road study :

The result of the Lower Road study had been received and would be available shortly. KM would ensure that CWCF are notified of the outcome (still awaited).

Education (B/F 11/7/05):

Statistical data showing how many primary school children currently living on the peninsula were actually being schooled elsewhere and vice versa remains outstanding. Mike Smith (LBS Education to attend future Forum).

Mellish Fields (B/F 14/11/05 & 16/1/06):

NR provided a written update for 16/1/06 Forum and will attend 27/2/06 to report on progress.

New Library at Canada Water

SP to circulate details on plans for the new library (ie timescale, facilities to be provided).

Youth:

SP had circulated a draft for consideration by the Executive (December 06) and once agreed, he would circulate CWCF.

Downtown: Barretts’ application had been refused and had gone to Appeal (25/4/06 – venue to be confirmed).

Site B: (a) SP/PR to confirm that the density is 700 per units on the residential portion of the site EXCLUDING the new library and Deal Porter Square and whether this density complies with the SPG for Canada Water.

(b) SP/PR to clarify whether Rotherhithe Housing Forum will be using space earmarked on Site B[2].

Site D: Block 7 has gone to Appeal and a date awaited.

Mulberry: The application has gone to appeal and a decision is expected w/c 2/2/06.

Future role of the Forum

A task force would be formed to look at funding for CWCF and PA to liaise with landowners and provide a plan outlining funding proposal for CWCF role. In addition, LBS officers will investigate funding and report at the next meeting (27/2/06).

 

 
     
     
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