Agenda item

Outstanding Actions

To note the current list of Outstanding Actions.


The Committee received the current list of outstanding actions. The Director of Transportation and Public Realm advised that seven mobile shredding vehicles had been removed from the streets and would no longer operate within the City of London. A Non-Disclosure Agreement had been made for Shred-It’s customer database so that the likely locations of mobile shredding activity within the City of London could be identified. An update regarding the outcome of the next meeting with Shred-It, due to take place during December 2016, would be provided at the next Committee meeting.


In response to a Members’ questions regarding noise from the London Underground at and around the Barbican, the Director of Port Health and Public Protection advised that residents should continue to complain to Transport for London and also the City Corporation’s Noise Pollution Team whenever they experienced problems with noise. The Chairman advised that she would contact London Underground again asking for the issues raised by this Committee to be addressed and the Director of Port Health and Public Protection added that he would discuss the issues further with the relevant Ward Members. A Member noted that the possibility of compensation in the form of rates reductions for affected residents should be looked into if the noise problems persisted into the future.


RESOLVED – That the outstanding actions be noted.

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