Agenda and minutes

Environment and Regeneration Committee
Wednesday 14 October 2020 4.00 pm

Venue: Remotely - Remotely. View directions

Items
No. Item

ER164/20

Notice and Summons of Meeting

Minutes:

The Director of Environment and Regeneration read the Notice and Summons for the Meeting.

ER165/20

Apologies

Minutes:

The Director of Environment and Regeneration took the roll call and no apologies were recorded.

 

 

ER166/20

Broadcasting Statement

Minutes:

The Chairperson read the Statement for a Remote Meeting.

 

 

ER167/20

Declarations of Members' Interests

Minutes:

A Declaration of Interest was declared by:

 

Councillor Edwards – Item 31 – Strabane North Greenways Lands – Mr Fahy.

 

ER168/20

Deputation - To receive Mr Jim Sammon, Chairperson, Ms Pauline Ross and Mr Bart O'Donnell (Trustees) from The Boomhall Trust to deliver a presentation on The Restoration of Boomhall (copy attached). pdf icon PDF 12 MB

Minutes:

The Committee received Mr Jim Sammon, Chairperson, Ms Pauline Ross and Mr Bart O’Donnell, Trustees of The Boomhall Trust who delivered a pre-recorded presentation on the Restoration of Boomhall (copy previously circulated).

 

The representatives thanked Members for granting the opportunity to address the Committee.

 

Members from all Parties welcomed the presentation and the opportunity to view this prior to the Meeting.

 

Councillor Jackson said unfortunately he had not had an opportunity to view the presentation prior to the Meeting.  He acknowledged the impressive wealth of expertise and knowledge held by the Members of the Trust and the significance of the Boomhall Site and its strategic importance for this Council area.  He said it had proved very useful to hear the Trust’s vision and proposals in respect of the restoration of the site.  He referred, however, to the Partner(s) Selection Process being carried by Council to identify a partner(s) in regards to restoration of the site.

 

Councillor Carr said it was encouraging to learn that the building and the site could be restored to their former glory given its historic significance to this Council area.

 

Councillor Dobbins expressed her sentiments in regard to the Boomhall site and acknowledged it future potential.  She referred to the suggested partnership within the presentation and given the interest in this site enquired if the Trust would be interested in a partnership approach to restore and develop this site to its full potential for the benefit of the City.

 

Councillor Boyle referred to the obvious significance of the Boomhall site to this Council area and in history in general.  He enquired as to the estimated costs involved in the restoration works.  He also referred to the Partner(s) Selection Process endorsed by Council in respect of identifying potential development partner(s) in bringing forward deliverable regeneration proposals for the site.  He did feel that a partnership approach would work best in regards to the restoration of the site and regardless of the final outcome anticipated that the estate would remain in public ownership.  He referred to the many employment opportunities which would arise in regards to the restoration of the site.  He also acknowledged the educational opportunities as outlined by the representatives.

 

Councillor McKane also acknowledged the expertise and knowledge which existed within the Trust.  He concurred with the previous speaker’s comments in regards to the significance of the costs involved in restoring the site.  He referred to the importance of history and acknowledged the rich history which existed within this Council area. 

 

Alderman Ramsey welcomed the various proposals being put forward in respect of the Boomhall site and its significance in historical terms.  He said his Party would welcome a partnership approach in going forward with a vision that would reflect the site’s historical significance as well as reflecting the present.  He acknowledged the historical knowledge and expertise which existed among the Trustees and looked forward to future progress.

 

Councillor McCann referred to the perspective presented by Boomhall in regards to current life patterns here and  ...  view the full minutes text for item ER168/20

Chairperson's Business

ER169/20

Recycling Centres

Minutes:

Alderman Warke expressed concern at the continued closure of the Eglinton Recycling Centre and the impact on the people of the area.  He referred to assurances which had been given that the Centre would reopen in the coming weeks, however, this was not suffiient for local residents who were being forced to travel to Strathfoyle in order to access a recycling facility.  He said he felt the Committee should put pressure on Council Officers to have the recycling facility in Eglinton reopened as soon as possible.

 

Alderman Ramsey referred to the apparent lack of activity at the Glendermott Recycling Centre and expressed concern that this had not yet reopened.  He also expressed concern in regards to the disappearance of the park bench at the end of Rossdowney Road and sought advice on who would be responsible for its replacement.

 

Alderman Devenney referred to protests which had taken place at the Eglinton Recycling Centre regarding the continued closure of the site.

 

The Head of Environment reminded Members that there were a number of recycling facilities which had not reopened immediately following the authorisation from DAERA to do so based on health and safety concerns.  With specific regard to the Eglinton site, the Head of Environment explained that the outstanding issues were beyond the scope of the operation of the recycling centre.  These were site wide and beyond Council’s responsibility.  He stated that the problem was in regards to the Duty Holder whose responsibility it was to have an adequate and sufficient traffic management plan put in place.  This was not specifically for the recycling centre but for the entire site and was a requirement by the Health and Safety Executive.  He referred to a number of meetings which had taken place with the owner of the site when Council had made known its position in regards to providing assistance.  He said he understood that the owner of the site had made contact with the Traffic Management company who had now been appointed to carry out some works on the site.  The owner had also undertaken to carry out a Risk Assessment in regards to the Traffic Management Plan.  He advised that when this was completed it would be referred to HSE for comment and when they were satisfied the recycling centre would reopen.  He reaffirmed that this was beyond the remit of his team and was the responsibility of the Duty Holder who was the owner of the site and not Council.

 

The Head of Environment explained that the Glendermott site had reopened with a booking system in place from early morning until early evening.   This was not being fully utilised and there were a considerable number of slots available to book.  He reiterated that the site had reopened and slots were available to book through the channels provided earlier.

 

He referred to previous discussion which had taken place regarding who had installed the bench at Rossdowney Road and whose responsibility it was.  He undertook to investigate the matter and report  ...  view the full minutes text for item ER169/20

ER170/20

Misuse of Fireworks

Minutes:

Alderman Kerrigan referred to concerns expressed by a number of his constituents at the misuse of fireworks and the impact thereof on vulnerable adults and animals.  He acknowledged that this had been partly mitigated against with the cancellation of the Halloween Festival due to Covid.  He referred to support from the RSPCA for a Motion suggesting that all public fireworks displays within the local Council area are advertised in advance of the event thereby allowing residents to take necessary precautions for their animals and pets and vulnerable adults.  They were also suggesting that local suppliers stock quieter fireworks and that a remote public awareness campaign be activated regarding the impact of fireworks on animal welfare and vulnerable people including the precautions and mitigation risks.  He enquired if this was the correct Committee through which to address this matter.

 

The Director of Environment and Regeneration advised that this issue should be addressed through the Health and Community Committee given that Council’s Environmental Health Section had a role in regards to the licensing of fireworks in shops and had the community safety function within Council’s community and leisure services Department.  She undertook to advise the Director of Health and Community and the relevant Officers of this issue prior to the Meeting of that Committee scheduled for the following afternoon. She understood that considerable Officer engagement had taken place with retailers of fireworks in terms of encouraging safe use of fireworks.

The Chairperson said he had also received concerns from a number of constituents regarding this issue.

 

Councillor Edwards advised Members that he and Alderman McKane had met with representatives from PSNI the previous week to discuss concerns regarding the misuse of fireworks in a number of areas.  They had referred to the difficulties involved in policing this problem and referred to the need for Council to do all in its power to address this growing problem.

 

ER171/20

Congratulations

Minutes:

The Chairperson commended and congratulated the Mayor and his team on

promoting the message of staying safe and staying within theguidelines

which was very loud and clear.  He joined in promoting this message pointing

out that the actions of everyone in the coming weeks would shape the future

in terms of combatting the virus and a return to normality.

 

ER172/20

Confirmation of the Open Minutes of the Environment and Regeneration Committee held on Wednesday 9 September 2020 pdf icon PDF 253 KB

Minutes:

The Open Minutes of the Environment and Regeneration Committee

(ER138/20-ER151/20) held on 9 September 2020 were agreed and signed by

the Chairperson as correct.

                       

Following some discussion the Committee

 

Recommended       that in going forward the reports submitted by Officers are taken as read unless otherwise requested by Members.

 

Matters Arising

ER173/20

Notice of Motion - Councillor McKinney To Move:

I call on this Council to explore the recycling of used coffee pods through the TerraCycle Scheme or similar projects.

 

To reaffirm our commitment to climate change, officers will explore all the new recycling projects offered by TerraCycle and bring back a report to the relevant Committee.

Minutes:

Councillor McKinney to Move:

 

I call on this Council to explore the recycling of used coffee pods through the

TerraCycle Scheme or similar projects.

 

To reaffirm our commitment to climate change, Officers will explore all the new recycling projects offered by TerraCycle and bring back a report to the relevant Committee.

 

Councillor McKinney referred to the cost to Council of waste and the use of landfill sites.  He referred to collaboration between a number of Councils in England and Scotland with outside agencies one of which was a company called TerraCycle.  He pointed out that this company was recycling coffee pods together with other items to produce goods such as baby’s bibs.  TerraCycle had also stated on their website that income had been generated from the coffee pods which had been recycled to be used for schools and non-profit charities in the UK.  This amounted to £3.8K.  He asked Members to request that Officers present a report to the Committee on the feasibility of working with this or other companies which would help Council to reduce its landfill site and other costs and assist Council in achieving its green targets.

 

Councillor Reilly referred to a suggested amendment to the Motion which he understood from earlier discussion that Councillor McKinney was satisfied that this amendment be included.  He agreed with the views put forward by Councillor McKinney in regards to the recycling of coffee pods thereby reducing space in peoples’ bins.  He referred to the fact that TerraCycle also offered an opportunity for recycling crisp packets and suggested that this be extended to crisp packets.

 

The following Amendment was Proposed by Councillor Boyle and Seconded by Councillor Durkan

                       

That    this Council to explore the recycling of used coffee pods and crisp packets through the TerraCycle Scheme or similar projects.

 

To reaffirm its commitment to climate change, Officers will explore all the new recycling projects offered by TerraCycle and bring back a report to the relevant Committee.

 

Councillor Burke welcomed the Motion and the wider issues which his would address.

 

The Amended Motion was carried unanimously. 

 

The Amended Motion subsequently became the substantive Motion and the

Committee unanimously

 

Recommended       that this Council to explore the recycling of used coffee pods and crisp packets through the TerraCycle Scheme or similar projects.

 

reaffirms its commitment to climate change, Officers will explore all the new recycling projects offered by TerraCycle and bring back a report to the relevant Committee.

 

 

 

ER174/20

Action Renewables Association pdf icon PDF 150 KB

Minutes:

The Head of Capital Development and Building Control presented the above report a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to seek approval to renew Council’s membership of Action Renewables Energy Association (AREA).

 

In response to a query from Alderman Ramsey, the Head of Capital Development and Building Control confirmed that the Micro Regeneration Certification Scheme still managed this project.

 

The Committee

 

Recommended       that approval be granted to approve the renewal of membership of the Action Renewables Energy Association (AREA) as a Partner Member for an annual fee of £1,000 excluding VAT budget allocation to be met from within existing budgets.

 

 

ER175/20

Bat and Bird Protocol for Council Managed Trees/Woodlands and Built Structures pdf icon PDF 248 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Director of Environment and Regeneration presented the above report a copy of which had previously been circulated.  She advised that the purpose of the report was to seek Council approval to adopt ‘Bat and Bird Protocol for Council Managed Tees/Woodlands and Built Structures’.

 

Councillor McHugh welcomed the proposal and stated that any measures which protected birds and bats within the City and District should be welcomed.

 

Councillor Edwards enquired as to the Council’s remit in regards to Pest Control and birds in residential areas.

 

The Director of Environment and Regeneration explained that Council would be involved in pest control on Council owned premises.  In regards to residential areas she said it was sometimes possible for Council’s Environmental Health Section to become involved if there was an infestation hat was considered to be prejudicial to public health.  She said Council’s Head of Environmental Health would be willing to discuss any questions in regards to this.

 

Councillor Edwards welcomed this advice.

 

The Committee

 

Recommended          that Council adopt the ‘Bat and Bird Protocol for Council Managed Trees/Woodlands and Built Structures’ on a trial basis for 1 year initially and review thereafter.

ER176/20

Maintenance Issues - Shrub Bed, Lower Main Street, Castlederg pdf icon PDF 133 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Head of Environment presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to seek Members’ approval in relation to maintenance arrangements with regard to an area of ground at Lower Main Street, Castlederg.

 

In response to a query from Councillor McHugh, the Director of Environment and Regeneration highlighted the options being presented to Committee.  She referred to a potential two stage process whereby Council undertakes both options by writing to the Department initially and in considering their response agrees its action accordingly.

 

Councillor McHugh referred to the fact that this was a relatively small piece of land.  He queried why Council should invest ratepayers money to adopt this parcel of land into Council’s ownership when it had been determined that legal responsibility rested with DfI. He felt Council should advise DfI that it had carried out investigations and determined that the area of land in question was in their ownership and request that they address the maintenance issues.  He therefore proposed that Option A be accepted.

Councillor Boyle concurred with the comments made by Councillor McHugh.  He also agreed that Option A be accepted and reviewed if DfI were not willing to accept their responsibility for the maintenance of this piece of land.

 

Recommended       that Otpion A be accepted.

 

 

ER177/20

Fuel Oil Stamp Saving Scheme pdf icon PDF 141 KB

Minutes:

The Head of Capital Development and Building Control presented the above report, a copy of which Members had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to seek Members’ approval to continue to engage Strabane Community Projects to manage and deliver a Fuel Oil Stamp Saving Scheme throughout the Council area.

 

Councillor Edwards referred to the excellent work carried out locally by Strabane Community Projects.

 

Councillor McHugh concurred with the previous speaker’s comments and referred to the success of the scheme to date.

 

The Committee

 

Recommended       that approval be granted to continue to engage Strabane Community Projects to manage and deliver a Fuel Oil Stamp saving scheme.

 

 

ER178/20

SMART Grid Ireland pdf icon PDF 158 KB

Minutes:

The Head of Capital Development and Building Control presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to seek approval to renew Council’s membership of SMART Grid Ireland Industry Collaborative Network.

 

The Committee

 

Recommended       that approval be granted to the renewal of the SMART Grid Ireland Industry Collaborative Network for a General Membership fee of £5,000 excluding VAT.

 

 

ER179/20

APSE Energy Membership pdf icon PDF 152 KB

Minutes:

The Head of Capital Development and Building Control presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to seek approval to renew membership of APSE’s Energy Association.

 

The Committee

 

Recommended       that approval be granted to renew membership of the APSE Energy Association at a fee of £2,000 excluding VAT.   Budget allocation has been set aside from within existing budgets.

 

 

ER180/20

Street Naming and Property Numbering - Request for Installation of Bilingual Signage pdf icon PDF 247 KB

Minutes:

The Head of Capital Development and Building Control presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to inform Members of the outcome of a recent application to provide bilingual signage at Laurel Drive, Strabane.

                       

Councillor Edwards welcomed the proposal which was supported by the majority of the residents of Laurel Drive.

 

The Committee

 

Recommended       that given the outcome of the plebiscite, approval be given to the erection of bi-lingual street signage at Laurel Drive, Strabane.

 

 

ER181/20

Street Naming and Postal Numbering - Request for Development Name pdf icon PDF 171 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Head of Capital Development and Building Control presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to gain Members’ consent to name a new development at 43 Limavady Road, Derry.

 

The Committee

 

Recommended       that approval be granted to the adoption of the name Edendale for the housing development at 43 Limavady Road, Derry.

 

ER182/20

Update - The 18 Million Trees Campaign pdf icon PDF 181 KB

Minutes:

The Director of Environment and Regeneration presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  She advised that the purpose of the report was to provide an update to Members on the 18 Million Trees Campaign and to outline how Derry City and Strabane District Council can contribute towards this target.

 

The Committee noted the content of the report.

 

ER183/20

Memorials at City Cemetry pdf icon PDF 132 KB

Minutes:

The Head of Environment presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to update Members with regard to issues relating to the erection of memorials at City Cemetery.

 

Councillor Carr referred to the sensitivities surrounding this report.   He referred to meetings which had taken place between himself and other Members and the families concerned and he understood that Officers had also met with some of the families.  He stated that in regards to this particular issue he felt Council had to admit fault.  Although there may have been a policy in place this was not being adhered in the new section of the cemetery.   Since the opening of the new section a number of years previously the families of the deceased had installed different types of memorials which, whilst outside Council policy, had never been challenged.  He referred to letters recently sent by Council to a number of families which had caused considerable distress and anxiety to those concerned.  He pointed out that the families concerned had never been advised in writing, or otherwise, that Council policy prohibited the installation of memorials on graves.  He said he had been advised the previous day that it was the duty of Funeral Directors to advise relatives of the deceased that this was a lawn cemetery, which did not provide for the installation of memorials on graves, however, this had never been suggested in writing.  He referred to the grief and emotions following a death which was not an appropriate time to address any such matter.  He reiterated that the families had not been provided with written documentation outlining Council policy following the purchase of the grave plot.  He felt it was incumbent on Council to look after these families and not to insist on the removal of any memorial installations given the unnecessary distress and anxiety that this would cause.  He expressed concern that not all grave owners had received this correspondence from Council and queried if this applied only to the new section.  He felt that the status quo should remain and any existing memorials on graves should not be removed.  He suggested that this was a matter for consideration in the future when new sections of the cemetery were opened or indeed new cemetery provision for the City was identified.

He reaffirmed that the families concerned had never received written confirmation that this was a lawn cemetery within which the erecting of memorials on graves was prohibited.

 

Councillor Carr Proposed, Alderman McKane Seconnded

 

That    Council agree an amnesty that memorials already erected on all graves in the City Cemetery should not be removed thus removing the distress and anxieties from the families concerned.

 

Councillor McKane referred to an emotional conversation he had the previous day regarding this matter.  He referred to the need for a common sense approach to be adopted.  He felt that any item erected which did not interfere with the maintenance of the Cemetery  ...  view the full minutes text for item ER183/20

ER184/20

Use of Glyphosate on Council Grounds pdf icon PDF 183 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Head of Environment presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to update members on the use of Glyphosate products to control weeds and to advise on the use of alternatives as requested at recent Meetings.

 

Councillor Logue referred to a report which had been presented to a Meeting of Health and Community Committee regarding spreading Glyphosate on the 3G, 4G and 5G pitches when Members had requested that a further report on the matter be presented to Committee.  She assumed that this was the report requested and enquired as to why the paper had been presented for information as she felt a decision might be required.  She referred to discussions which she had with the Grounds Maintenance Officer on the matter as well as interested groups including The Pink Ladies who had initially requested that she put forward a Motion calling for Council to refrain from using Glyphosate in going forward and invest in alternative solutions.  She acknowledged that a number of reports had been presented on this matter.  She referred to the spreadsheet providing outlining the pros and cons of using Glyphosate.  She expressed concern at the cons listed in regards to the use of Glyphosate given the many known health aspects arising from its use.  As such she felt the pros needed to be more robust.  She understood that there would be a considerable financial impact involved in changing to an alternative solution and acknowledged the current financial crisis facing Council.  However, Council had agreed to phase out the use of Glyphosate and should proceed on this basis whilst bearing in mind that this was the prescribed treatment for the artificial pitches within the Council area.  She did feel there was a decision to be made in regards to the use of Glyphosate on these pitches.  She suggested that in going forward further discussion take place on how Council could invest in the equipment and learn from other Councils in terms of how to deal with the issue of weeds.

The Head of Environment explained that the previous position of Council was not to use Glyphosate except where this was necessary and this was in respect of noxious weeds for example Japanese Knotwod.  However, following discussions at a previous Meeting of the Health and Community Committee regarding artificial pitches and MUGAs there was a recommendation that the position be reviewed.   He stated that having reviewed the matter the situation was now that a Member decision was required to endorse the use of Glyphosate for MUGAs in the interim.  He stated that Officers would continue to look at phasing out the use of pesticides in general in moving forward albeit there was a cost implication involved in so doing.  He stated that, in the interim, and given the problems identified in respect of MUGAs and in regards to the Manufacturer’s maintenance recommendations for the treatment of weeds, it would be necessary for Council  ...  view the full minutes text for item ER184/20

ER185/20

National Cycle Network - Sustrans pdf icon PDF 189 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Director of Environment and Regeneration presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  She advised that the purpose of the report was to update Members on planned changes to the National Cycle Network (NCN) following recent correspondence from Sustrans.

 

Members noted the content of the report.

 

 

ER186/20

Draft 2019/2020 NILAS Report pdf icon PDF 95 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Head of Environment presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He advised that the purpose of the report was to advise Members of the draft Reconciliation report for the Northern Ireland Landfill Allowance Scheme (NILAS) for the 2019/2020 period. 

 

Members noted the content of the report.

 

 

ER187/20

Consultation: Draft Gas (Internal Markets) Regulations (NI) 2020 and Associated Gas (EU Exit) Amending Regulations pdf icon PDF 129 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Director of Environment and Regeneration presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  She advised that the purpose of the report was to inform Members of a consultation paper received by Council and for Members to note the information.

 

Members noted the content of the report.

 

 

ER188/20

Waste Enforcement Update pdf icon PDF 142 KB

Minutes:

The Head of Environment presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.   He advised that the purpose of the report was to provide Members with an update on fly-tipping and wider activity of the Waste Enforcement Team since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic earlier this year.

 

Members noted the content of the report.

 

 

ER189/20

Mobuoy Update pdf icon PDF 166 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Head of Environment presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He pointed out that the purpose of the report was to advise Members of the monthly update from DAERA on progress in relation to Mobuoy Road remediation.

 

Councillor McCann pointed out that what happened at Mobuoy Road was an environmental scandal which arose from the operation of big businesses for profit making purposes and had destroyed the environment.  He acknowledged that this was now a matter of sub-judice but his comments were already on public record.  He stated that this was a criminal activity on a major scale involving huge sums of money.  He referred to the need for a forensic examination of the area to be carried out. 

 

 

ER190/20

DfI Traffic Calming Schemes/Part-Time Speed Limits Across the District pdf icon PDF 167 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Director of Environment and Regeneration presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  She pointed out that the purpose of the report was to advise Members on Department for Infrastructure’s (DfI) proposed traffic calming schemes and part-time speed limits across the district.

 

Members noted the content of the report.

 

ER191/20

Proposed Provision of Disabled Parking Bays Across the District pdf icon PDF 129 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Director of Environment and Regeneration presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  She pointed out that the purpose of the report was to advise Members of correspondence received in August and September 2020 from DfI Network Development Section regarding proposed disabled parking bays across the District.

 

Members noted the content of the report.

 

 

ER192/20

Building Control Applications pdf icon PDF 95 KB

Minutes:

The Head of Capital Development and Building Control presented the above report, a copy of which had previously been circulated.  He pointed out that the purpose of the report was to advise Members of applications processed under Building Regulations (NI) between 1 August 2020 and 31 August 2020.

 

Member noted the content of the report.

 

ER193/20

Confirmation of the Confidential Minutes of the Environment and Regeneration Committee held on Wednesday 9 September 2020

ER194/20

Update - Ongoing Fly-Tipping of Commercial Waste at William Street Laneway

ER195/20

Strabane North Geenway - Lands - Mr Fahy

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ER196/20

Rural Development Programme - Village Enhancement - Development Agreement - Plumbridge Access Improvement

ER197/20

Drumahoe District Park - Bore Holes - DAERA

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ER198/20

North West Greenway Network - Acquisition of Lands

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ER199/20

Update - Killen Recycling Centre

ER200/20

Tender Report - Supply and Delivery of Up top Seven Artificial Cone Trees TENV20-048

ER201/20

PPE Tender

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ER202/20

Boom Hall Lands - Preparation of Third Party Partner(s) Selection Process for Development/Regeneration Proposals

ER203/20

Correspondence Received - Judicial Review

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