Full Council

Date: Tuesday, 28 Aug 2018 Time: 7:00 PM


1.   The Mayor’s Business

2.   Apologies

3.   Declarations of Members’ Interests

4.   Presentation – Zomba Action Project (ZAP)
– Councillor Quigley

5.   Minutes of Council Meeting held Tuesday 24 July 2018 (copy attached)

6.   Minutes of Environmental Services Committee Meeting held Tuesday 7 August 2018 (copy attached)

7.   Minutes of Leisure & Development Committee Meeting held Tuesday 14 August 2018 (copy attached)

8.   Minutes of Corporate Policy and Resources Committee Meeting held Tuesday 21 August 2018 (to follow)

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

10. Conferences (report attached)

11.  Correspondence (report attached)

12.  Consultation Schedule (report attached)

13.  Seal Documents

Grave Registry Certificates

13.1     Grave Registry Certificates, Coleraine, Ballywillan, Agherton and Portstewart Cemeteries (No’s No. 4667 – 4676 inclusive)

13.2     Grave Registry Certificates, Ballymoney Cemetery (No. 2937)


13.3      Performance Bond – McLaughlin & Harvey Ltd and Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council (reference ES 180206)

13.4      Deed of Dedication between Cushendun Building Preservation Trust and Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council (reference L&D 170214)

13.5      Planning Agreement received for LA01/2016/1157/F (reference PC 180228 reconvened 180312)

13.6      Draft Easement/Right of Way at Reservoir Road, Corkey, Loughguile, Ballymoney (reference L&PSC 180627)

14. Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor Stevenson, seconded by Alderman Campbell

“That this Council determine that the top ten capital projects decided by Members under each department head be completed by the end of the next Council term and that a workshop is held and a scheme agreed by March 2019, to bring the Riverside Park in Ballymoney up to a high standard, with work to be completed by 2021 and the necessary provision made for its upkeep going into the future.  That Standing Orders are waived regarding this decision so that it cannot be rescinded by any new motion brought at any time, except by the agreement of 80% of its Members.”

15. 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.”

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