Environmental Services Committee

Date: Tuesday, 12 Nov 2019 Time: 7:00 PM


1.    Apologies

2.    Declarations of Interest

3.    Minutes of Meeting held Tuesday 8 October 2019 (summary attached)

FOR DECISION (Items 4 - 10 inclusive)

4.    Entertainments Licensing Report (report attached)

5.    Implementation of the Official Controls Regulation (EU) 2017/625 (OCR) Consultation (report attached)

6.    Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service and Council (report attached)

7.    Affordable Warmth Scheme Service Level Agreement (SLA) between Department for Communities and Council (report attached)

8.    Rationalisation of Borough Floral Display (report attached)

9.    Environmental Services Business Plans (report attached)

10.  Environmental Services KPI Proposals (report attached)

FOR INFORMATION (Items 11 - 17 inclusive)

11.  Amusement Permit Renewals (report attached)

12.  Entertainment Licence Renewals (report attached)

13.  Licences Issued Under Delegated Authority (report attached)

14.  Petroleum Spirit Licence Renewals (report attached)

15.  Society Lottery Registrations (report attached)

16.  Street Trading Licence Renewals (report attached)

17.  Register a Food Business (RAFB) Online Service (report attached)

18.  Correspondence (report attached)

19.  Consultation Documents (report attached)

20.  Conferences  

21.  Matters for Reporting to Partnership Panel

22.  Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor McGurk, seconded by Councillor McGlinchey (referred from Planning Committee Meeting 19 April 2019)

“This Council opposes plans to develop a goldmine and processing plant in the Sperrins and wider region.  Given the serious health and environmental risks involved, this council is opposed to the use of cyanide for mining purposes, which also contravenes the European Parliament resolution of 27 April 2017 on the implementation of the Mining Waste Directive (2006/21/EC)”.

23.  Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor McLean, seconded by Councillor McAuley (referred from Council Meeting 1 October 2019)

“Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has many miles of beautiful coastline that has seen an increase in visitors during the last number of years as we promote its tourism opportunities.  Unfortunately, the marine environment suffers from an increasing amount of plastic waste and in shore litter which locals have always been keen to keep under control.  In order to assist local communities in keeping their areas tidy and free from litter, this Council would purchase and install a number of Seabins in order to improve this position and ensure future generations can enjoy this wonderful asset.”


24.  Efficiency/Savings/Income Generation Proposals – Operations Service Area (report attached)

25.  Update on Shooting Club Request to Lease Land at Drumaduff Landfill Site (report attached)

26.  Purchase of Teleporter (report attached)

27.  Coleraine Car Parking, Review of Car Parking Charging and Re-Development of Market Yard (report attached)

28.  Any Other Relevant Business (notified in accordance with Standing Order 12 (o))

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