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Minutes

Full Council Committee

Date: Tuesday, 25 Sep 2018 Time: 7:00 PM

Agenda

A G E N D A

1.  The Mayor’s Business

2.  Apologies

3.  Declarations of Members’ Interests

4.  Presentation – Housing Investment Plan, Housing Executive (attached)

To receive:

Paul Isherwood, Director Assistant Manager, Frank O’Connor, Regional Director North, Mark Alexander, Area Manager and Fiona McGrath, Place Shaper

5.  Presentation – Zomba Action Project (ZAP), Councillor Quigley

(deferred from August Council Meeting)

6.  Minutes of Council Meeting held Tuesday 28th August 2018 (copy attached)

7.  Minutes of Pre Determination Hearing held Tuesday 22nd August 2018 (copy attached)

8.  Minutes of Planning Committee Meeting held Tuesday 22nd August 2018 at 2PM (copy attached)

9.  Minutes of Environmental Services Committee Meeting held Tuesday 4th September 2018 (copy attached)

10.  Minutes of Leisure & Development Committee Meeting held Tuesday 11th September 2018 (copy attached)

11.  Minutes of Corporate Policy and Resources Committee Meeting held Tuesday 18 September 2018 (to follow)

12.  Minutes of Audit Committee held Wednesday 19 September 2018 (to follow)

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

14.  Conferences

15.  Correspondence  (attached)

16.  Consultation Schedule (report attached)

17.  Seal Documents

Grave Registry Certificates

17.1       Grave Registry Certificates, Coleraine, Ballywillan, Agherton and Portstewart Cemeteries (No’s 4677- 4683 inclusive)

17.2       Grave Registry Certificates, Ballymoney Cemetery (No. 2938 & 2939)

Leases/Licences/Other

17.3       Indenture between CC&GBC and Richard James Campbell Brown, 3 Berne Road, Portstewart (Reference L&P 180801)

17.4       Transfer of Ownership – Robert Quigg VC to CC&GBC (Reference L&P 171101)

17.5       R.E.K Properties Ltd and Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Deed of Consent to Enter Upon Lands for the Purposes of Undertaking Works at 15-17 Main Street Portrush

18.    Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor McCaw, seconded by Councillor A Mulholland  

 ‘This Council notes the importance of Personal Independence Payments to sustaining and maintaining the lives of many across Northern Ireland; notes with concern the many issues associated with undergoing of assessments and the stress they can bring upon individuals; is concerned at the fall in figures of those receiving the benefit and the impact this is having on their lives; notes the link that exists between the drop in support provided and the "20m rule" for the highest rate of PIP mobility support as highlighted by "PIP - A Step Too Far" published by the MS Society; and will write to the Minister for Work and Pensions to urgently review the 20m rule and engage with key stakeholders to find a more appropriate alternative.’

19.    Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor Baird, seconded by Councillor McCandless

‘When a citizen’s beloved cat or dog goes missing this is a traumatic experience as pets form close bonds with owners and become part of the family.  Days, weeks and even years can be spent in often fruitless searches for the missing animal.

Happily many lost pets return safely home, sadly some are victims of road traffic accidents or meet an untimely end.  Council’s Dog Wardens carry chip reading equipment however staff who dispose of pet remains do not have this facility. We propose extending chip readers to the relevant staff and introducing a policy of notifying owners who have made the effort to ensure their pets are identifiable.

Adoption of this policy will help bring closure to many who lose their pet and the publicity around its introduction should encourage owners to invest in chip identification which is beneficial in all situations’.

20.  Notice of Motion proposed by Alderman Robinson, seconded by Councillor Fielding

'That this Council becomes a JAM card friendly organisation given the rising numbers of JAM cards users across Northern Ireland and in doing so helps those with a learning disability or communications barrieer to access our services discreetly and easily'

D H Jackson
Chief Executive
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council




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