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Minutes of a meeting of the Cabinet CIL Committee held on Monday 25 January 2021, this meeting was held virtually.
1.1 It was noted that Councillor Smith was no longer a member of the Cabinet CIL Committee and was replaced by Councillor Swaddle.
2.1 Councillor Swaddle advised that as a member for the Regents Park ward, he declared interest in the Carbon Offset Section 106 bids vii) ZSL London Zoo. However, this did not prevent him from voting on the matter.
2.2 Councillor Caplan advised that as a member for the Little Venice ward, he declared and interest in the CIL bid for allocation i) Blomfield Road Public Realm. However, this did not prevent him from voting on the matter.
3.3 Councillor Green advised that as a member for the Little Venice ward, he declared and interest in the CIL bid for allocation i) Blomfield Road Public Realm. However, this did not prevent him from voting on the matter. Councillor Green advised that listed within his gifts and hospitality was a gift registered from the Soho Business association which is involved in the application v) Digital Waste Infrastructure for Soho.
3.1 RESOLVED: That the minutes of the meeting held on 5 October 2020 were approved.
4.1 On the Blomfield Road Public Realm, Councillor Caplan advised that this had been a project that the Paddington Waterways and Maida Vale Society had been discussing for some time, and the site had seen many vehicle accidents. Councillor Caplan felt that there were still some design details to be agreed and that costs were subject to the future design. The Committee members welcomed the scheme put forward by the neighbourhood forum. Mr Mistry confirmed that the costs were an upper tier estimate and was subject to changes once the initial scoping of the design had been conducted.
4.2 With regard to the External Play Area for College Park School, Councillor Green advised that he welcomed the scheme and that the council should be doing all that it could to support pupils with special educational needs and disabilities. Councillor Caplan agreed and advised that it was an important project for the borough. The Committee welcomed the Air Quality and Traffic Monitoring in Soho project. Councillor Swaddle requested that consideration be given to integrating the air quality monitoring with the council’s wider Smart City project, for sharing data for an integrated solution that could work for the long term. Councillor Caplan expected that the dates were flexible in order to reflect Covid and post Covid, i.e. data collect was a true reflection ... view the full minutes text for item 1.
Declarations of Interests
To receive and record declarations of interest.
To approve the minutes of the previous meeting held on 5th October 2020.
Report of the Director of Policy and Projects.
Any Other Business Which the Chairman Considers Urgent