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Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil 6

Agenda item no

06SUB 5/9/2019

Subject

MATTERS RECEIVING ATTENTION

Meeting date

Monday, September 16, 2019

Resolution

Not available

Date closed

Not available

Resolution details

1. MOTION: DISPOSAL OF ERF 20879, BELLVILLE – UNUSED RAILWAY SERVITUDE

The Manager informed the meeting that Mr Mba indicated that the project is progressing well and is currently with the Municipal Asset Transfer Register (MATR). In accordance with the provisions of the MATR a formal report will be tabled to the subcouncil for consideration.

The meeting agreed that the item remains in the Matters Receiving Attention and that a meeting be arranged with the Municipal Asset Transfer Register (MATR) and Cllrs Jaftha, Martlow and Viljoen to discuss the progress of the matter.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

That a meeting be arranged with the Municipal Asset Transfer Register (MATR) and Cllrs Jaftha, Martlow and Viljoen to discuss the progress of the matter.

That a formal report be submitted to Subcouncil 6 for consideration.

FOR ACTION: SIWAKHILE MBA


2. MRA Transferred from SC03 - 03SUB04/10/13A A) MOTIONS RECEIVED FROM COUNCILLORS - MOTION WITH NOTICE: PARKING PROBLEMS IN THE GROENVALLEI SUBURB AS SUBMITTED BY COUNCILLOR BRENDAN VAN DER MERWE
A. City owned properties that can be leased or sold to the bordering property owners – Godfrey van Wyk
B. Parking issues – Darren Willenberg

Ms Jansen reported that the meeting with Mr G van Wyk and Cllr B van der Merwe was scheduled for 13 September 2019 and on the day of the meeting Mr van Wyk requested that the meeting be re-scheduled.

The meeting agreed that the item remain in the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

That the Subcouncil Manager arranges a meeting with the relevant official and the ward councillor to get the latest progress on this matter.

FOR ACTION: PHILA NKOSINKULU/G VAN WYK/PAT JANSEN






3. BELLVILLE PARKING AT MELOMED HOSPITAL emanating from item 06SUB08/11/17

Ms G du Plessis said a meeting has been arranged for 16 September 2019 after the Subcouncil meeting.

The meeting agreed that the item remain in the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: GERDA DU PLESSIS


4. MOTION REGARDING ALL SAFETY MATTERS AND INTRODUCTION OF NON-MOTORISED TRANSPORT LANES BETWEEN THE INTERSECTIONS OF LINK ROAD AND HADLEY STREET ALONG OLD PAARL ROAD – BY CLLR B VAN DER MERWE

Ms Jansen informed the meeting that the project will commence in 2020 to 2023 financial years.

Cllr B van der Merwe informed the meeting that he submitted this motion to the Portfolio Committee meeting and the matter will be driven by the PC.

The meeting agreed that the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: ELIAS TUKUSHE


5. REPORT ON FLOODING EVENTS IN UITSIG, CRAVENBY AND RAVENSMEAD INCLUDING SHORT AND MEDIUM TERM REHABILITATION AND FLOOD MITIGATION MEASURES AS WELL AS THE STATUS OF PUBLIC LIABILITY

Cllr Visser reported that no further floodings occurred in the Ravensmead area and recommended that the item be closed and removed from the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item BE CLOSED AND REMOVED from the Matters Receiving Attention.

FOR INFORMATION: ALL






6. MOTION REGARDING THE SAFETY AT THE INTERSECTION OF MIDMAR AND LA BELLE ROADS, BELLVILLE – WARD 3 – BY CLLR B VAN DER MERWE

Cllr B van der Merwe said funding was made available by the line department for the intersection at Midmar and La Belle Roads, Bellville. More information can be obtained from Ms Nobesuthu Nyati.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

That Ms N Nyati provides updated feedback on this matter.

FOR ACTION: SEAN GLASS


7. LONG DISTANCE BUSSES AT MABLE STREET – Emanating from item 06SUB07/09/2018 – Motion regarding the Safety at the intersection of Midmar and La Belle, Roads, Bellville – Ward 3 by Cllr B van der Merwe

Ms Jansen reported that a site inspection was held on 13 September 2019.

Cllr B van der Merwe said the applicant must be compliant and adhere to all the conditions set by the various line departments. The councillor recommended that a meeting be arranged to discuss the lease agreement and the illegal operations on site.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

That the Subcouncil Manager arranges a meeting with Cllr B van der Merwe, M Kleinsmith and the relevant officials to discuss the lease agreement and the illegal operations on site.

FOR ACTION: GERDA DU PLESSIS/PAT JANSEN


8. MRA – BACKYARDER SURVEY REPORT – emanating from PCER as at end October 2018

Ms Jansen informed the meeting that she struggled to get a meeting date with Ald Limberg and were told to continue with the meeting without the Alderman.

Cllr M Kleinsmith undertook to follow up with Ald Limberg on her availability for a meeting to discuss the outstanding matters regarding the backyarder programme.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

That the Chairperson and Ms Jansen arranges a meeting with Ald Limberg, relevant Ward Councillors and officials to discuss the outstanding matters regarding the backyarder programme.

FOR ACTION: SUSAN GROENEWALD/PAT JANSEN


9. MOTION OF EXIGENCY – INVESTIGATE THE DEMOLISHMENT OF THE INFORMAL TRADING KIOSKS – BY CLLR J VISSER

Ms Jansen informed the meeting that Mr Le Fleur indicated that his department had a site meeting on 4 September 2019 and is waiting on the costing to revamp the kiosk. The department recommended that the kiosk be used as office space for the security.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: LLEWELLYN DEVINE/PETER OCTOBER/TONY LE FLEUR


10. MOTION OF EXIGENCY – INVESTIGATE THE DEMOLISHMENT OF THE CUBICLES AT THE BELLVILLE PTI – BY CLLR M KLEINSMITH

Ms Jansen informed the meeting that Mr Le Fleur indicated that there are 25 cubicles of which 14 are in use and the 9 will be closed.

Ms G du Plessis indicated that Property Management has no lease agreement in place for the cubicles neither do they have a list of the previous lease agreements.

The meeting agreed that Ms Jansen schedule a meeting with Mr Le Fleur, Ms G du Plessis and the relevant officials to discuss the lease agreements and closure of the cubicles at the Bellville PTI.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

That Ms Jansen schedule a meeting with Mr Le Fleur, Ms G du Plessis and the relevant officials to discuss the lease agreements and closure of the cubicles at the Bellville PTI.

FOR ACTION: LLEWELLYN DEVINE/PETER OCTOBER/TONY LE FLEUR/ PAT JANSEN


11. AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN MUNICIPAL PLANNING BY-LAW, 2015 (MPBL)

The meeting agreed that the item be closed and removed from the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item BE CLOSED AND REMOVED from the Matters Receiving Attention.

FOR INFORMATION: ALL


12. BELLVILLE CATALYTIC PROJECT

Cllr Kleinsmith reported that Ald Twigg is dealing with this matter and recommended that the item remain on the outstanding matters.

The meeting agreed that a meeting be arranged with the relevant official, Ald Twigg and all councillors to discuss the outstanding report.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

That the Ms Jansen arranges a meeting with the relevant official, Ald Twigg and all the SC 6 councillors to discuss the outstanding matter.

FOR ACTION: PAT JANSEN/MERCIA KLEINSMITH


13. MOTION OF EXIGENCY: TO REQUEST THE PROVISION AND CONSTRUCTION OF A PATRON PARKING AREA ADJACENT TO THE BELLVILLE LIBRARY – BY CLLR J VISSER

Ms Jansen reported that the meeting has been scheduled for 16 September 2019 to discuss the parking issues.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: JUNE SWARTZ/GERDA DU PLESSIS


14. MOTION TO SUBCOUNCIL 6 – TRAFFIC CALMING/CONGESTION RELIEF AT ROBERT SOBUKWE AND AMANDEL ROADS, BELHAR INCLUDING THE INSTALLATION OF GUARD RAILS ON THE OPEN SPACE ERF 17030

Ms Jansen reported that the Transport and Roads department installed the guard rails along Erf 17030 and she is still awaiting feedback from Mr Sean Glass on the traffic calming/congestion relief at Robert Sobukwe and Amandel Roads, Belhar.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: SEAN GLASS









15. MOTION: HIGH FREQUENCY OF PIPE BURSTS WITHIN THE SUBURBS OF WARD 3 ANDN DETAILED PLAN ADDRESSING AGING AND PROBLEMATIC INFRASTRUCTURE

The meeting agreed that the item be closed and removed from the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item BE CLOSED AND REMOVED from the Matters Receiving Attention.

FOR INFORMATION: ALL


16. LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES QUARTERLY ACTIVITY REPORT FOR THE PERIOD 1 JANUARY TO 31 MARCH 2019

The meeting agreed that the item be closed and removed from the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item BE CLOSED AND REMOVED from the Matters Receiving Attention.

FOR INFORMATION: ALL


17. APPLICATION IN TERMS OF SECTION 6 OF THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN: CONTROL OF UNDERTAKINGS THAT SELL LIQUOR TO THE PUBLIC BY-LAW, 2013 FOR THE RENEWAL OF EXTENSION OF LIQUOR TRADING HOURS FOR MONDAY TO SATURDAY TRADING FROM 18:00 TO 20:00 FOR AN OFF-CONSUMPTION PREMISES FOR: PICK N PAY (BOSTON) – WCP/ 018068

Ms Jansen reported that the subcouncil did not receive an updated report on the correct Erf Number and the item will remain on the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: PAT JANSEN


18. APPLICATION IN TERMS OF SECTION 6 OF THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN: CONTROL OF UNDERTAKINGS THAT SELL LIQUOR TO THE PUBLIC BY-LAW, 2013 FOR THE RENEWAL OF EXTENSION OF LIQUOR TRADING HOURS FOR SUNDAY TRADING FROM 11:00 TO 18:00 FOR AN OFF-CONSUMPTION PREMISES FOR: PICK N PAY (BOSTON) – WCP/ 018068

Ms Jansen reported that the subcouncil did not receive an updated report on the correct Erf Number and the item will remain on the Matters Receiving Attention.



RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: PAT JANSEN


19. APPLICATION IN TERMS OF SECTION 6 OF THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN: CONTROL OF UNDERTAKINGS THAT SELL LIQUOR TO THE PUBLIC BY-LAW, 2013 FOR THE RENEWAL OF EXTENSION OF LIQUOR TRADING HOURS FOR MONDAY TO SATURDAY TRADING FROM 18:00 TO 20:00 FOR AN OFF-CONSUMPTION PREMISES FOR: PICK N PAY LIQUOR (BOSTON) – WCP/ 038633

Ms Jansen reported that the subcouncil did not receive an updated report on the correct Erf Number and the item will remain on the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: PAT JANSEN


20. APPLICATION IN TERMS OF SECTION 6 OF THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN: CONTROL OF UNDERTAKINGS THAT SELL LIQUOR TO THE PUBLIC BY-LAW, 2013 FOR THE RENEWAL OF EXTENSION OF LIQUOR TRADING HOURS FOR SUNDAY TRADING FROM 11:00 TO 18:00 FOR AN OFF-CONSUMPTION PREMISES FOR: PICK N PAY LIQUOR (BOSTON) – WCP/ 038633

Ms Jansen reported that the subcouncil did not receive an updated report on the correct Erf Number and the item will remain on the Matters Receiving Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: PAT JANSEN


21. APPLICATION FOR A BUSINESS LICENCE FOR HEALTH AND ENTERTAINMENT: NIGHTCLUB OR DISCOTHEQUE: DANCING RAVES ETC: ERF 7484, 203A VOORTREKKER ROAD, BELLVILLE, 7530 TRADING AS CLUB 7: VINCENT IKE

Report is on the agenda as item 06SUB14/09/19.

RESOLVED

That the item BE CLOSED AND REMOVED from the Matters Receiving Attention.

FOR INFORMATION: ALL




22. APPLICATION FOR A BUSINESS LICENCE FOR HEALTH AND ENTERTAINMENT: DEVICES: BUSINESS PREMISES WITH THREE OR MORE ELECTRONIC MACHINES.: ERF 7484, 203A VOORTREKKER ROAD, BELLVILLE 7530, TRADING AS CLUB 7: VINCENT IKE

Report is on the agenda as item 06SUB15/09/19.

RESOLVED

That the item BE CLOSED AND REMOVED from the Matters Receiving Attention.

FOR INFORMATION: ALL


23. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT REPROT BY CENTRAL AREA FOR THE PERIOD 1 JANUARY TO 30 JUNE 2019

Ms Jansen said the presentation on the Women for Change Programme will be presented at the October 2019 Subcouncil Activity Day.


RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

FOR ACTION: PAT JANSEN

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