Neighbourhood Services and Enforcement Committee - Thursday, 30 June 2022 7.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber, Council Offices, Knowle Green, Staines-upon-Thames TW18 1XB

Contact: Christeen Abee  Email:

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No. Item


Apologies and Substitutes

To receive apologies for absence and notification of substitutions.


Minutes pdf icon PDF 105 KB

To confirm the minutes of the meeting held on 3 March 2022 as a correct record.


Disclosures of Interest

To receive any disclosures of interest from members in accordance with the Members Code of Conduct.


Questions from members of the Public

The Chair, or their nominee, to answer any questions raised by members of the public in accordance with Standing Order 40.


Note: the deadline for questions to be considered at this meeting is 5pm on 23 June 2022.


At the time of publication of this agenda no questions were received.



Ward Issues

To consider any issues raised by ward councillors in accordance with Standing Order 34.2


Note: the deadline for ward issues to be notified for consideration at this meeting is 12 noon on 23 June 2022.


At the time of publication of this agenda no ward issues were received.



Food and Health and Safety Service Plans for 2022/24 pdf icon PDF 137 KB

To consider adoption of the Food Safety Service Plan and the Health and Safety Service Plan for 2022/24.

Additional documents:


CCTV Monitoring and Maintenance Contract Award pdf icon PDF 235 KB

To consider authorising the Group Head of Neighbourhood Services to enter a contract with Runnymede Borough Council for the monitoring and maintenance of its on-street CCTV equipment for an initial period of 3 years with the option to extend for a further 2 years in two 12-month extension periods.


Forward Plan pdf icon PDF 29 KB

To consider the Forward Plan for committee business.


Urgent Item - Ashford Multi-Storey Car Park

To consider an urgent item on Ashford Multi-Storey Car Park.


The Chairman has authorised this for the following reason:


“This item is urgent because it is in the public interest to consider, at the earliest available opportunity, whether the multi-storey car park in Ashford should be re-opened following vandalism that has now made it unsafe to operate without repairs. Urgent consideration is therefore required on whether it is necessary to repair and re-open the car park, or agree that it should remain closed, pending the formulation of future proposals for re-development of the site.”