18 October 2011

Marshalled List of Amendments
14 October 2011

Item 3: Order Paper 24/11-15 – 18 October 2011

Private Members’ Business - Motions

Motion: Anti-Social Behaviour

That this Assembly recognises the severe anxiety that anti-social behaviour is causing people living in our cities, towns and villages; and calls on the Minister of Justice to increase police powers to deal with the problem.

[Mr D McIlveen]
[Mr G Dunne]

The Speaker has selected the following amendment for debate:

Amendment 1:
Proposed: Leave out all after ‘villages;’ and insert :

‘and calls on the Minister of Justice to delegate greater resources and responsibility to the Community Safety Partnerships and the District Policing Partnerships to tackle the issue by working with local government and the community and voluntary sector to bring about local solutions; and further calls for a review of police powers to deal with this problem. ’

[Mr R Beggs]
[Mr B McCrea]

Motion: Crown Estate along the Coastline

That this Assembly calls on the Executive to consider the role of the Crown Estate along our coastline with a view to maximising any possible financial return to the Executive.

[Mr O McMullan]
[Mr C Boylan]
[Mr W Clarke]
[Mr F Molloy]

The Speaker has selected the following amendment for debate:

Amendment 1:

Proposed: Leave out all after ‘Assembly’ and insert :

‘notes Schedule 3 Paragraph 5 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 which declares the foreshore, sea bed and subsoil and their natural resources a reserved matter; and calls on the Executive to open negotiations with the Treasury in order to maximise any possible financial return from the Crown Estate to the Executive.’

[Mr D Bradley]
[Mr A Maginness]
[Mr A McDonnell]

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