St. Helier, The Wrythe and Wandle Valley Local Committee
Thursday, 4th March, 2021 7.00 pm

Contact: Claire Smith, Locality Lead Officer, Tel: 020 8770 5937 | Email:  Ben Kiang, Committee Services Officer, Tel: 020 8770 4990 | Email:


No. Item

Declarations of interest pdf icon PDF 41 KB


Welcome and introductions


Apologies for absence


Declarations of interest


Minutes of the previous meeting pdf icon PDF 74 KB

To approve as a correct record the minutes of the meeting held on 7 January 2021.

Document to Follow


Public questions

This item is an opportunity for members of the public to raise points or questions about local issues.


Questions must be submitted prior to the meeting, using the form available here, at least 5 workings days in advance of the meeting.


If your question is accepted you will receive a written response and may be invited to ask a follow-up question at the meeting. The Chair has indicated the time for questions in the meeting will be limited to ten minutes. Questions will be taken in the order of receipt. If you have asked two questions, each individual’s first question will be heard before moving onto second questions if time permits.


Please be aware that if you submit a question your name will appear in the minutes of the meeting.


(Indicative timing: 10 minutes)



Update from the safer neighbourhood teams pdf icon PDF 59 KB

A verbal update on priorities in the three ward areas and community safety issues.


(Indicative timing: 15 minutes)



COVID-19 update and next steps

A brief verbal update on the council response to COVID-19 and some key public health messages for the community.


(Indicative timing: 20 minutes)



St Helier Open Space engagement and Rosehill Area Renewal Programme

A brief verbal update on feedback from the engagement session held at the January Local Committee meeting and next steps.


(Indicative timing: 15 minutes)


Wrythe Green Conservation Area pdf icon PDF 9 MB

A presentation to inform residents about the consultation and information on how they can give feedback.


(Indicative timing: 20 minutes)


Sustainable Transport Strategy pdf icon PDF 8 MB

The launch of a new public consultation of the council's Sustainable Transport Strategy is planned to start in January 2021. Residents are encouraged to take part and have their say on the future direction of the strategy.


(Indicative timing: 20 minutes)


Neighbourhood Fund pdf icon PDF 721 KB

A presentation updating the committee on the projects funded so far and how people can get involved.

(Indicative timing: 20 minutes)


Any urgent business

To consider any items which, in the view of the Chair, should be dealt with as a matter of urgency because of special circumstances (in accordance with S100B(4) of the Local Government Act 1972).