Full Council

Date: Tuesday, 03 Dec 2019 Time: 7:00 PM


  1. The Mayor’s Business

  2. Apologies

  3. Declarations of Members’ Interests

  4. Presentation - UNISON, Mr Niall McCarroll – ‘Supporting People Programme’

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

  6. Minutes of Planning Committee Meeting held Wednesday 23 October 2019 (attached)

  7. Minutes of Environmental Services Committee Meeting held Tuesday 12 November 2019 (attached)

  8. Minutes of Special Audit Committee Meeting held Tuesday 14 November 2019, reconvened Thursday 21 November 2019 (to follow)

  9. Minutes of Leisure & Development Committee Meeting held Tuesday 19 November 2019 (to follow)

  10. Minutes of Corporate Policy and Resources Committee Meeting held Tuesday 26 November 2019 (to follow)

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

  12. Conferences

  13. Correspondence (report attached)

  14. Consultation Schedule (report attached)

  15. Seal Documents

    Grave Registry Certificates (Nos 4850-4859 inclusive)

    15.1   Coleraine/Ballywillan/Agherton/Portstewart/Kilrea (8 No)

    15.2   Ballymoney/Rasharkin (1 No)

    15.3   Limavady (1 No)

Other Leases/Licences

15.4 Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and Northern Ireland Environment Agency Performance Deed in Relation To Craigahulliar Landfill Site

15.5 Agreement – The Ark, Benone Strand, Benone Avenue, Limavady (Ref L&D 160809/CM160823)

16.  Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor Quigley, seconded by Councillor Dallat-O’Driscoll

“Following the well-documented negative impact of plastic waste on our marine environment this Council wishes to be assured that plastic from the Causeway Coast and Glens does not end up in the sea, resolves to establish a water bottle refill scheme and identify the most appropriate locations as part of its aim to reduce the amount of plastic caused by single-use drink bottles.”

17.   Notice of Motion Proposed by Councillor Hunter, seconded by Alderman Hillis

“That this Council supports a feasibility study in relation to the funding and installation of a MUGA in the village of Dervock to improve the physical and mental wellbeing of our constituents. That council consults with local stakeholders including the community association in reference to the potential location of a MUGA.

That Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council explores internal and external avenues to deliver the above.”

18.   Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor McMullan, seconded by Councillor Chivers


“That this Council recognises the vital contribution that our farmers make to our Rural economy.

At present our beef industry is in a state of crisis due to unprecedented low farmgate prices.

This Council supports the calls for an intense and co-ordinated period of product protection and promotion by processors, retailers and the food service industry.

That this Council now embarks on a Council-wide campaign supporting the call to "Buy Local Produce" and also call on the British government to invest in local farmers by making additional funding available to help them deal with the current financial crisis and the uncertainties being created by Brexit.”

19.   Notice of Motion proposed by Alderman Finlay, seconded by Councillor Anderson (information attached)

“I, Alderman John Finlay, wish to propose that a blue plaque, in recognition of Mr James Sayers, be erected at his former home in Loughguille and that Council make a  subsequent application to the Ulster History Circle for this and Council pay for the erection of the plaque. “

20.   Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor Mulholland, seconded by Councillor MA McKillop

  “That this Council is committed to providing an inclusive and supporting working environment for everyone who works here; notes that between 75-80% of women experiencing menopause are currently in work across these islands; recognises that menopause is a natural part of every woman’s life and that the symptoms can cause significant physical and mental discomfort; resolves to introduce a policy that supports female members of council staff experiencing this transition, allowing them to receive appropriate support of adaptations that they may need and encourage other employers in this Council District across all sectors to introduce similar policies.”

21.   Notice of Motion proposed by Councillor Mulholland, seconded by Councillor McCaw

 “This Council notes the contribution that young people make to community and civic life in Causeway, Coast and Glens; encourages schools, youth groups and community organisations to become more involved in the life of local government and; resolves to establish a Youth Shadow Council to enhance civic engagement and improve public services that affect young people across this new Council Borough”.

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