Agenda and draft minutes

Venue: Friends Meeting House, 59 Church Hill, London N21 1LE

Items
No. Item

1.

PRESENTATION FOR ENFIELD CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP (CCG)- Adherence to evidence based medicine - Dr Abedi Chair of Enfield CCG

Minutes:

Residents were asked to complete the consultation which can also be found at: http://www.enfieldccg.nhs.uk/adherence-to-evidence-based-medicine.htm

 

2.

Presentation - Enfield Carers Centre - Fiona James

3.

PRESENTATION - Capitol House - Dandara and Henry Lamprecht (Curtin and Co.)

Minutes:

Residents were invited to look at an exhibition boards, to ask questions and provide feedback.  The exhibition and feedback links can be found at: http://capitolhouse.co.uk/

 

4.

UPDATE FROM POLICE - PC Denise Thorpe.

Minutes:

   Crime figures:
Burglary: small increase but no longer confined to a small area.  Entry is through patio doors.  Contact PCSO Rivas for prevention advice: WinchmoreHill.snt@met.police.uk
Motor Vehicle crime: slightly less
Criminal damage: decreased
Total crimes: decreased by three

   Following our local police on social media
Twitter: MPSWinchmoreH
Facebook: being set-up

   Regular surgeries: cuppa with a copper
Grovelands cafe, 11.00 - 12.00, 6, 17, 26 May.

   Winchmore Hill festival
Police will be providing horses and cars for people to enjoy.

   Issues raised by residents
Speeding
Areas mentioned: Hoppers Road, Station Road, Green Lanes.
Please ring 101 and report so that police can identify patterns and prioritise.

 

5.

ANY OTHER BUSINESS

Minutes:

   Trees on Thames Water’s land between Carpenters Gardens and Barrowell Green.
This area is being enhanced.  Notices showing what it will look like are displayed nearby.  Trees have been removed before the nesting season began and will be replanted in November which will help them to establish.

   Cycle Enfield

-    Pedestrians have priority over cycles and bus stops

-    A decision is still being made about the armadillos which separate the cycle lane.  A segregated cycle lane was required by TfL.

-    The stage 1 safety audit is available on the web site but not stage 2. 
This was published on the web site in early June (DB).

Litter near Highfield Road, Green Lanes junction. 
A bin is needed (it may have been removed during current work) and the litter needs to be removed. 
(Cllr. Barry will follow-up.)

6.

NEXT MEETING

Minutes:

7.30 - 9.30pm, Tuesday 11 JuLY 2017, The Orange Tree, 59 Highfield Road, N21 3AH