Leisure and Development Committee CommitteeDate: Tuesday, 20 Apr 2021 Time: 7:00 PM
2. Declarations of Interest
3. Minutes of Leisure and Development Committee Meeting held Tuesday 16th March 2021 (summary attached)
FOR DECISION (Items 4-11 inclusive)
4. Garvagh Museum (Report attached)
5. 2021-22 Business Plans (Report attached)
6. Growth Deal (Report attached)
7. Volunteer Policy (Report attached)
8. Articlave Management Agreement (Report attached)
9. SWB Facility Management Agreement (Report attached)
10. Landfill Community Fund (Report attached)
11. Tourism Events Strategy (Report attached)
FOR INFORMATION (Items 12-13 inclusive)
12. PEACE IV closure and PEACE Plus (Report attached)
13. Covid Town Centre Recovery Fund (Report attached)
14. Correspondence (Report attached)
15. Matters Reporting to the Partnership Panel
17. Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor Schenning Seconded Councillor Dallat O'Driscoll, referred from the 2 March 2021 Council Meeting:
This Council recognises the importance and impact of volunteers in the Causeway Coast and Glens area over the last 12 months and pays tribute to those in the community and voluntary sector who have stepped up to support the delivery of critical Covid – 19 related services over the past year. The Council commits to valuing and providing support to volunteers and their organisations through funding streams and training opportunities, recognising the expertise that local groups have in delivering on the ground services to local communities.
This council will continue to strive to make the funding application a more simplified process while staying within the guidelines and requirements of outside funding bodies.
This council will further provide employees with the opportunity to benefit from the experience of volunteering through the Employer Supported Volunteering Scheme.
FOR CONFIDENTIAL CONSIDERATION (Item 18-20)
18. Dunluce Centre (Report attached)
19. Residual VAT Liability HALP (Report attached)
20. Growth Deal Staff Resource (Report attached)
21. Any other relevant business notified in accordance with Standing Order 12. (o)
Councillor Holmes - With the great success of the bike trails in Garvagh Forest there is an ongoing serious issue with car parking. Resident complaints said that on Sunday 21st March vehicles were parked into the town to the extent that residents were having difficulty parking their own cars. We urgently need to address the car parking issue and I would like an update on measures we could take to alleviate the situation both in the short term and long term.
Councillor McQuillan - Inadequate car parking at Garvagh Forest.