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«You are hereby requested to attend the MONTHLY MEETING of ARMAGH CITY, BANBRIDGE AND CRAIGAVON BOROUGH COUNCIL which will be held as follows: Date: ...»

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18 March 2016

Dear Alderman / Councillor

You are hereby requested to attend the MONTHLY MEETING of ARMAGH CITY,

BANBRIDGE AND CRAIGAVON BOROUGH COUNCIL which will be held as follows:

Date: Monday 21 March 2016

Time: 6.30 pm

Venue: Council Chamber, Craigavon Civic and Conference Centre

Yours sincerely

Roger Wilson

Chief Executive

AGENDA

1 APOLOGIES

2 COUNCIL MINUTES

2.1 To confirm and sign Minutes of the Council Meeting held on 22 February 2016.

3 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

4 COMMITTEE MINUTES

4.1 To approve and adopt the Minutes of the Environmental Services Committee meeting held on 1 March 2016.

4.2 To approve and adopt the Minutes of the Governance, Policy and Resources Committee meeting held on 2 March 2016.

4.3 To approve and adopt the Minutes of the Strategy and Community Planning Committee meeting held on 3 March 2016.

4.4 To approve and adopt the Minutes of the Leisure and Community Services Committee meeting held on 7 March 2016.

4.5 To approve and adopt the Minutes of the Economic Development and Regeneration Committee meeting held on 8 March 2016.

4.6 To approve and adopt the Minutes of the Planning and Regulatory Services Committee meeting held on 9 March 2016.

5 CHIEF EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

5.1 Consultation by Planning Appeals Commission on the proposed North/South Interconnector

5.2 Somme Commemorative Programme 2016 (Report C-16-13 attached)

6 SCHEDULE OF CORRESPONDENCE

(Report C-16-14 attached)

7 SCHEDULE OF DOCUMENTS REQUIRING CORPORATE SEAL

(Report C-16-15 attached) 8 NOTICES OF MOTION

8.1 NOTICE OF MOTION: in relation to Carl Frampton MBE Proposed by Alderman Lockhart Seconded by Councillor Greenfield and Alderman McCrum Supported by Aldermen Donnelly, Rankin and Smith and Councillors Baxter, Buckley, Causby, Gamble, Moutray, Tinsley and Wilson.

8.2 NOTICE OF MOTION: in relation to Ronnie McFall MBE Proposed by Alderman Hatch Seconded by Alderman Twyble NOTICE OF MOTION: in relation to Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday 8.3 Proposed by Councillor Baxter Seconded by Councillor Tinsley Supported by Aldermen Donnelly, Lockhart, McCrum, Rankin and Smith and Councillors Buckley, Gamble, Greenfield, Moutray, and Wilson.

8.4 NOTICE OF MOTION: in relation to Ronald McFall MBE Proposed by Councillor Buckley Seconded by Councillor Causby Supported by Aldermen Donnelly, Lockhart, McCrum, Rankin and Smith and Councillors Baxter, Gamble, Greenfield, Moutray, Tinsley and Wilson.

9 SCHEDULE OF CONFIDENTIAL BUSINESS

(Report C-16-16 attached)

10 ANY OTHER RELEVANT BUSINESS

ARMAGH CITY, BANBRIDGE AND CRAIGAVON BOROUGH COUNCIL

MINUTES OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL MEETING HELD IN THE COUNCIL

CHAMBER, CRAIGAVON CIVIC AND CONFERENCE CENTRE, CRAIGAVON ON 22 FEBRUARY

2016 AT 6.31 PM

–  –  –

C64/2016 OPENING ANNOUNCEMENTS Congratulations - Councillor Haughey-Grimley CONGRATULATIONS: expressed by the Lord Mayor, Councillor Causby, on behalf of the Council to Councillor Haughey-Grimley on the recent birth of her second Son.

C65/2016 APOLOGIES APOLOGIES: were received from Councillors Berry, Haughey-Grimley, Lennon and McNally.

(Councillor Doyle joined the meeting at 6.33pm).

COUNCIL MINUTES

C66/2016 COUNCIL MEETING – 25 JANUARY 2016 AGREED: on the proposal of Alderman Speers, seconded by Councillor Nicholson, that the Minutes of the Council Meeting held on 25 January 2016 having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record.

–  –  –

C67/2016 “HEART & SOLE COLOUR DASH” – 5K FUN RUN/WALK (C13/2016) REQUESTED: by Councillor Nicholson that the dates of future events be checked so they do not clash with similar events on the same day within the Borough. His family organised a charity running event since 2009, Armagh 10k/5k, which was scheduled for the same day.

DECLARED: a non-pecuniary interest by Councillor Nicholson, in Armagh 10k/5k, as his family were the organisers of this charity event.

(Alderman Lockhart joined the meeting at 6.35pm).

C68/2016 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING – 9 FEBRUARY 2016 AGREED: on the proposal of Alderman Twyble, seconded by Councillor Beattie, that the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting held on 9 February 2016, having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record.

C69/2016 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST C67/2016 - “Heart & Sole Colour Dash” – 5k Fun Run/Walk (C13/2016) DECLARED: a non-pecuniary interest by Councillor Nicholson, in Armagh 10k/5k, as his family were the organisers of this charity event.

COMMITTEE MINUTES

C70/2016 ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES COMMITTEE – 2 FEBRUARY 2016 AGREED: on the proposal of Alderman Hatch, seconded by Councillor Kennedy, that the Minutes of the Environmental Services Committee, held on 2 February 2016, having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record, subject to the aforementioned, and adopted.





(Councillor Buckley left the meeting temporarily at 6.36pm).

–  –  –

C71/2016 DROMORE TOWN PARK – REPLACEMENT OF FOOTBRIDGE (ES22/2016) DISAPPOINTMENT: expressed by Councillor Black regarding the recommendation made at the February meeting of the Environmental Services committee regarding the option suggested for the replacement of footbridges in Dromore Town Park.

Councillor Black was dissatisfied that Option B (the steel and hardwood mix) was suggested rather than Option A (the hardwood only) version.

ADDED: by Councillor Black that she had been approached by a local community group in Dromore who were of the opinion the hardwood only design was more in keeping with the surroundings of the park. Councillor Black said that she felt very strongly about the issue and urged Members to take the matter back to Environmental Services committee for further consideration.

STATED: by Alderman Hatch, as Chair of Environmental Services Committee, that he would be happy for the matter to be referred back to Committee for further discussion.

PROPOSED: by Alderman Rankin, seconded by Councillor Gamble, that Option A (hardwood only) be approved.

VOICED: by Councillor McKenna that she was not in agreement with Alderman Rankin’s proposal. She felt that the Environmental Services Committee had debated the matter at length and additional information would be required to justify the additional spend.

POINTED OUT: by Alderman Speers that it was not unreasonable under the circumstances to bring the matter back to committee for further discussion. He said that Councillor Black lived in the Dromore area and should be given the opportunity to air the views of the community in support of Option A with regard to the replacement of the footbridges.

Advised: by Councillor Curran that he had visited both the bridges in Dromore and Loughbrickland. The bridge in Loughbrickland fitted in well with its surroundings and suggested that representatives from the residents group visit the bridge in Loughbrickland.

(Councillor Buckley re-entered the meeting at 6.42pm).

COMMENTED: by Councillor Baxter that he did not see the benefit of taking the matter back to committee and felt the matter should be resolved at Council as much time and resources had already been spent on the issue. Councillor Baxter was of the opinion that the views of the local Elected Members from the Dromore area should be taken into consideration and supported Alderman Rankin’s proposal to approve Option A.

STATED: by Councillor Black that she endorsed Alderman Rankin’s proposal to recommend Option A.

REMARKED: by Councillor McKenna that Council would be setting a precedent by over-ruling a recommendation made by Committee with no supplementary information. Councillor McKenna said that consideration needed to be given as to how the extra expenditure would impact on the ratepayers and proposed that the matter be referred back to Committee.

PROPOSED: by Councillor McKenna that the matter be referred back to Committee for further discussion.

POINTED OUT: by Councillor Cairns, quoting the minutes of the Environmental Services Committee, that all bridges had an element of steel in the structure and the majority vote at the Environmental Services committee was in favour of Option B.

VOICED: by Councillor Black that she had not wanted a full debate at Council and suggested that a delegation of Elected Members visit the bridge. She re-iterated that the Dromore in Action community group preferred the wooden design (Option A) for the replacement of the footbridge.

CLARIFICATION: sought by Councillor Curran if the bridge at Loughbrickland was the Option A or Option B version.

ADVISED: by the Interim Strategic Director (People) that the bridge at Loughbrickland was made of Hardwood (Option A) but all bridges had an element of steel and wood.

REMARKED: by Alderman Lockhart that the people of Dromore deserved to be provided with a high quality service and Option A was warranted as the aesthetics of the wooden bridge would complement the park. Alderman Lockhart suggested putting the matter to the vote to give Members an opportunity to make their choice.

COMMENTED: by Councillor O’Hanlon that he agreed that Council were setting a dangerous precedent proposing to over-ride a democratic decision reached at committee.

SECONDED: by Councillor O’Hanlon, Councillor McKenna’s proposal.

POINTED OUT: by the Lord Mayor, Councillor Causby that recommendations from Committee had to be ratified by full Council to be approved.

REQUESTED: by Councillor Baxter that the vote be a recorded vote.

The Lord Mayor, Councillor Causby called for a vote on Alderman Rankin’s proposal (in favour of Option A), the results of which were as follows:

–  –  –

The Lord Mayor, Councillor Causby declared Alderman Rankin’s proposal DEFEATED.

The Lord Mayor, Councillor Causby, put Councillor McKenna’s proposal to the floor.

AGREED: on the proposal of Councillor McKenna, seconded by Councillor O’Hanlon that the replacement of footbridges at Dromore Town Park be referred back to Committee.

(Councillor Haughian left the meeting temporarily at 6.57pm).

C72/2016 SPECIAL GOVERNANCE, POLICY AND RESOURCES COMMITTEE – 3 FEBRUARY 2016 AGREED: on the proposal of Alderman Twyble, seconded by Councillor Moutray, that the Minutes of the Special Governance, Policy and Resources Committee, held on 3 February 2016, having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record and adopted.

C73/2016 GOVERNANCE, POLICY AND RESOURCES COMMITTEE – 3 FEBRUARY 2016 AGREED: on the proposal of Alderman Twyble, seconded by Councillor Moutray, that the Minutes of the Governance, Policy and Resources Committee, held on 3 February 2016, having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record and adopted.

C74/2016 STRATEGY AND COMMUNITY PLANNING COMMITTEE – 4 FEBRUARY 2016 AGREED: on the proposal of Councillor Nicholson, seconded by Alderman Speers, that the Minutes of the Strategy and Community Planning Committee, held on 4 February 2016, having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record and adopted.

C75/2016 LEISURE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE – 8 FEBRUARY 2016 AGREED: on the proposal of Councillor Baxter, seconded by Councillor McAlinden, that the Minutes of the Leisure and Community Services Committee, held on 8 February 2016, having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record and adopted.

C76/2016 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGENERATION COMMITTEE – 9 FEBRUARY AGREED: on the proposal of Councillor Greenfield, seconded by Councillor Keating, that the Minutes of the Economic Development and Regeneration Committee, held on 9 February 2016, having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record and adopted.

C77/2016 PLANNING AND REGULATORY SERVICES COMMITTEE – 10 FEBRUARY 2016 AGREED: on the proposal of Councillor Wilson, seconded by Councillor Nicholson, that the Minutes of the Planning and Regulatory Services Committee, held on 10 February 2016, having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record and adopted.

C78/2016 PERFORMANCE AND AUDIT COMMITTEE – 11 FEBRUARY 2016 AGREED: on the proposal of Councillor Kennedy, seconded by Councillor Woods, that the Minutes of the Performance and Audit Committee, held on 11 February 2016, having been previously circulated, be confirmed and signed as a correct record and adopted.

(Councillor Haughian re-entered the meeting at 7.01pm).

CHIEF EXECUTIVE’S REPORT

PREVIOUSLY CIRCULATED: copy report C-16-08 C79/2016 REQUEST FOR FUNDING FOR MOBILE EVENT STAGE AGREED: on the proposal of Alderman Twyble, seconded by Alderman Speers, that a £20,000 contingency be allocated from the 2015/16 capital budget to match fund £20,000 already secured from DSD (part of the ABC Strategic Revitalisation Project) to manufacture and deliver an innovative and appropriately equipped mobile event stage for use at events across the Borough.

AGREED: on the proposal of Alderman Twyble, seconded by Alderman Speers, that due to timescales, delegated authority be granted to the Strategic Director (Place) to appoint a contractor to manufacture and deliver the mobile event stage.

ADVISED: by Alderman Twyble that a similar unit that former Craigavon Borough Council owned had been used well and had been an invaluable source of opportunity to promote the Borough.

C80/2016 MEMORIAL POLICY QUERIED: by Councillor McKenna that she was of the opinion that further information was to be provided to Council. In Committee Members had discussed 2 policies, a general policy and a more detailed policy for dealing with requests.



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