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Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil 5

Agenda item no

05SUB 6/2/2019

Subject

MATTERS RECEIVING ATTENTION

Meeting date

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Resolution

Not available

Date closed

Not available

Resolution details

05SUB 6/2/2019 MATTERS RECEIVING ATTENTION

There was unanimous agreement with the resolution.

RESOLVED that the schedule of Matters Receiving Attention for the Subcouncil BE NOTED and that all requests be actioned.

ACTION: ANTHONY DANIELS

1. 05SUB 35/1/2017 MOTION OF EXIGENCY – ESTABLISHMENT OF TRADING PLAN DELFT MAIN ROAD WARDS 13, 20 AND 106

The following salient points were noted:

i) Mr Daniels informed the members of the apology received for the late arrival of the Department of Area Central: Area Economic Development Central – Ms Yoliswa Gogela;

ii) Mr Daniels informed the members that the aforementioned meeting was held and that the Department of Area Central: Area Economic Development Central is in the process of consolidating the comments received from the departmental comment forum.

There was unanimous agreement with the resolution.

RESOLVED that the progress report on the matter receiving attention: Motion of exigency – Establishment of Trading Plan Delft Main Road Wards 13, 20 and 106 BE NOTED.

ACTION: HILARY JOSEPH

2. 05SUB 14/2/2017 MOTION OF EXIGENCY – DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION OF A MULTI-PURPOSE COMMUNITY CENTRE IN WARD 106

There was unanimous agreement with the resolution.

RESOLVED that a progress report on the matter receiving attention: Motion of Exigency – Development and Construction of a Multi-purpose Community Centre in Ward 106 be submitted at the next Subcouncil 5 meeting to be held on 20 March 2019.

ACTION: BRADLEY BURGER

3. 05SUB 17/4/2018 REVIEW AND RESCIND OF DECISION TAKEN ON 15 FEBRUARY 2017 IN RESPECT OF THE REPORT: PROPOSED GRANTING OF IN-PRINCIPLE APPROVAL FOR THE SALE BY PUBLIC COMPETITION OF ERF 17683, DELFT, CAPE TOWN, ZONED GENERAL BUSINESS 1 (GB1) PURPOSES (05SUB 9/2/2017)

The following salient points were noted:

i) Mr Daniels indicated that the original report of the Department: Property Management (05SUB 26/1/2017) is on the agenda, i.e. as part of the matter receiving attention: 3. 05SUB 17/4/2018, in respect of the outcome of the investigation by the Department of Recreation & Parks, which revealed that Erf 17683 (Ward 13) is not suitable for the development of a park;

ii) Mr Daniels informed the members that a meeting was held between Cllr M Adonis and Cllr X Ndongeni where there was unanimous agreement for the proposal from the Department of Recreation & Parks to convert a portion of Erf 17601, located in Delft (Ward 106) as a potential parcel of land to accommodate a park;

iii) Mr Daniels informed the members that a follow-up meeting will be arranged with all relevant stakeholders to plan the way forward;

iv) The Chairperson agreed to the original report of the Department: Property Management (05SUB 26/1/2017) and recommended that the matter receiving attention be closed.

There was unanimous agreement with the resolution.

RESOLVED that it be recommended that:

a) In terms of sections 14(2)(a) and (b) of the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA), Act 56 of 2003:

i) Council resolve that erf 17683, Delft, Cape Town extent approximately 3 706 m2 as shown on locality plan (Annexure A), not be required for the provision of the minimum level of basic municipal services;

ii) Council confirm that the fair market value of the asset described in (a)(i) and the economic and community value to be received in exchange for the asset described in (a)(i) have been considered;

b) In terms of regulation 5(1) (b) of the Municipal Asset Transfer Regulations (MATR), R. 878 promulgated on 22 August 2008, Council approve in principle the sale of erf 17683, Delft, Cape Town as described in (a) (i);

c) Erf 17683, Delft, Cape Town, be disposed of by public competition, subject to condition to be imposed by the Director: Property Management in the exercise of her delegated authority;

d) Any gain or loss incurred by the municipality in respect of the transfer of the asset be included on the adjustment budget of the municipality (sections 28 and 87 of the MFMA), if not budgeted for in the approved annual budget;

e) The matter receiving attention: Review and Rescind of Decision taken on 15 February 2017 in respect of the report: Proposed Granting of In-principle Approval for the Sale by Public Competition of Erf 17683, Delft, Cape Town, Zoned General Business 1 (GB1) Purposes (05SUB 9/2/2017) BE CLOSED.

ACTION: MARSHA HELDSINGER & ANTHONY DANIELS

4. 05SUB 38/9/2018 REQUEST EMANATING FROM THE CHAIRPERSON'S REPORT (05SUB 3/9/2018) – REPORT ON FEASIBILITY AND COSTING OF INSTALLING CCTV CAMERAS IN DELFT

The following salient points were noted:

i) Mr Daniels referred the members to the report on the agenda: 05SUB 12/2/2019 – Report on the feasibility of installing Closed-Circuit Television Cameras in Delft;

ii) The Chairperson requested that the report on the agenda be dealt with at this stage of the meeting;

iii) The Chairperson noted with appreciation the efficient and effective compilation of the report by the Director: CCTV and Radio, Metropolitan Police Services – Mr Barry Schuller.

There was unanimous agreement with the resolution.

RESOLVED that:

a) The report on the feasibility of installing closed-circuit television cameras in Delft BE NOTED;

b) The matter receiving attention: Request emanating from the Chairperson's Report (05SUB 3/9/2018) – Report on feasibility and costing of installing CCTV Cameras in Delft BE CLOSED.

5. 05SUB 24/10/2018 REQUEST FROM SUBCOUNCIL 5 TO UPGRADE AND IMPROVE THE CONDITION OF DELFT MAIN ROAD

The following salient points were noted:

i) In terms of Section 24 of the Rules of Order for Subcouncil Meetings of the City of Cape Town, the Chairperson permitted the Directorate: Transport – Department of Integrated Transport Portfolio: Asset Management and Maintenance – Mr Deon Botha to address the Subcouncil on the matter receiving attention;

ii) The Chairperson informed the members that the reports requested in respect of the aforementioned matter has been escalated to the City Manager and requested that the matter be recorded in the minutes of the meeting.

There was unanimous agreement with the resolution.

RESOLVED that the report on the matter receiving attention: Request from Subcouncil 5 to upgrade and improve the condition of Delft Main Road be submitted at the next Subcouncil 5 meeting to be held on 20 March 2019.

ACTION: IAN BOWKER

6. 05SUB 25/10/2018 SERVICE DELIVERY MATTERS WITHIN THE DELFT AREA RELATING TO TRANSPORT AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (TDA)

The following salient points were noted:

i) In terms of Section 24 of the Rules of Order for Subcouncil Meetings of the City of Cape Town, the Chairperson permitted the Directorate: Transport – Department of Integrated Transport Portfolio: Asset Management and Maintenance – Mr Deon Botha to address the Subcouncil on the matter receiving attention;

ii) The service delivery matters to be addressed within the Delft area relating to transport include the requirements and possible implementation plan for sidewalk construction; the delineation of planned maintenance works in terms of road marking and street names; and the clearing of excessive sand in road reserves that lead to continuous blocked stormwater drains.

There was unanimous agreement with the resolution.

RESOLVED that the progress report on the matter receiving attention: Service delivery matters within the Delft area relating to Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) BE NOTED and that all requests be actioned.

ACTION: JEANINE DU PREEZ

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