Minutes

Full Council Committee

Date: Tuesday, 25 Jun 2019 Time: 7:00 PM

Agenda

A G E N D A

1.  The Mayor’s Business

2.  Apologies

3.  Declarations of Members’ Interests

4.  DfI Roads Northern Division Annual Report 2019/20, Spring 2019

    David Porter, Divisional Roads Manager, Austin Montgomery, Section Engineer Causeway Coast & Glens (West) and James Middleton, Section Engineer Causeway Coast & Glens (East) in Attendance (report attached)

5.  Minutes of Council Meeting held Tuesday 28 May 2019 (attached)

6.  Minutes of Environmental Services Committee Meeting held Tuesday 4 June 2019 (attached)

7.  Minutes of Leisure & Development Committee meeting held Tuesday 11 June 2019 (attached)

8.  Minutes of Audit Committee meeting held Wednesday 12 June 2019 (attached)

9.  Minutes of Corporate Policy and Resources Committee meeting held Tuesday 18 June 2019 (to follow) (attached)

9.1 Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council & Glenshane Community Development Limited Lease of Dungiven Castle - Request to sub-let (Confidential report to follow)

10. Matters for reporting to Partnership Panel – Local Government Side

11. Conferences  

12. Correspondence (attached)

13. Consultation Schedule (attached)

14. Seal Documents

Grave Registry Certificates

14.1 Grave Registry Certificates, Coleraine, Ballywillan, Agherton and Portstewart Cemeteries (No’s 4778 – 4788 inclusive)

Other Leases/Licences

14.2 Licence Agreement CC&GBC & GForce Amusements Installation of Panoramic Wheel at Crescent Portstewart (Ref: LP 190605 and CPR 190618)

14.3  Agreement relating to advance purchase of a car by 2 employees

14.4  CC&GBC Suspension of Parking Place for the use of Coach/Bus parking (Dunluce Avenue, Portrush) Order 2019 (Open Golf)

15. Notice of Motion, proposed by Councillor Dallat O’Driscoll, seconded Councillor Beattie, received 28 May 2019

“This Council acknowledges the scale of the climate crisis and the impact it will have on people and communities in Northern Ireland, resolves to establish an all-party working group on climate change resilience exploring how we can mitigate this crisis and protect our citizens from the existing and future    effects of climate breakdown and; investigate measures the council can take to limit its impact on climate change.”

16.  Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor Baird, seconded by Alderman McCandless, received 3 June 2019

“Over the past year there have been numerous collisions at the road junctions most used by traffic approaching and leaving the Dark Hedges. Sadly a young man from USA was killed in one such accident in September 2018.  After lobbying the Roads Service and PSNI new high visibility Give Way signs were erected in October 2018 at two of the junctions but sadly the accident rate has not declined. Apart from the obvious high risk to life at these junctions the collisions have necessitated high level presence from the Ambulance Service, Air Ambulance Service and Police on an almost weekly frequency. Local people now live in fear in what has become treacherous international road junctions. 

In support of lobbying currently underway I would ask that Council write to the Permanent Secretary at DfI and the Chief Constable for NI to have STOP signs put in place immediately at the Fivey Road and Bregagh Road junctions with Gracehill Road and that this is followed by other effective measures to ensure safety is paramount at these junctions. Furthermore that the Fivey Road junction with the Drones Road is risk assessed and appropriate action taken to ensure safety”.

17. Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor Peacock, seconded by Councillor McShane received 6 June 2019

Supporting People Programme

That this Council recognises the specialist work being carried out by frontline workers through the Supporting People Programme and backs the workers’ Trade Union, UNISON, in their call for an independent review into the Supporting People Programme.

Any such review must have the direct involvement of UNISON, with a specific focus of highlighting the experiences and work completed by frontline workers”.




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