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​Motions and Amendments for Debate on 5 April 2017

Motion tabled on 27 January 2017

NDM6227 Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Notes a proposal for a Bill on waste reduction.

2. Notes that the purpose of the Bill would be to reduce waste through placing requirements on food producers and retailers in respect of packaging.

Motion tabled on 8 March 2017

NDM6260

Lee Waters (Llanelli)

Jeremy Miles (Neath)

Hefin David (Caerphilly)

Vikki Howells (Cynon Valley)

David Melding (South Wales Central)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Notes that the commonly-termed 'fourth industrial revolution' presents both challenges and opportunities to Wales' economy.

2. Notes that an estimated 700,000 jobs are at risk in Wales over the next two decades as a result of automation.

3. Believes that Wales has existing expertise that offers competitive advantage in emerging growth industries.

4. Recognises that, to capitalise on these emerging industries, we need to focus on rapid, agile approaches which adapt easily to changed circumstances.

5. Calls on the Welsh Government to revisit the Innovation Wales Strategy with a view to ensuring it reflects the scale and scope of the disruption we face, and commits to a strategic review of opportunities in emerging, high-growth sectors, where Wales has the potential to establish early market dominance as part of its work on developing a new economic strategy.

'Innovation Wales Strategy'

Motion tabled on 15 March 2017

NDM6268 Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Notes the importance of forward skills planning to meet the future needs of the construction industry to deliver infrastructure projects in Wales and beyond.

2. Believes that reform of public sector procurement in Wales is needed to take full advantage of the social, economic and environmental potential of the purchasing power of the Welsh public sector.

3. Calls on the Welsh Government:

a) to bring forward a procurement bill to make it mandatory for public sector bodies to follow Welsh Government policy on procurement, to maximise the social and economic impact of construction;

b) establish a national framework for public sector procurement in Wales to ensure the ambitions set out in the Wales Procurement Policy Statement are delivered;

c) to increase levels of capital infrastructure spending to boost the economy in Wales, providing a much needed boost for the construction sector;

d) consider the case for establishing a national construction college for Wales to develop high quality skills in the construction industry.

'Wales Procurement Policy Statement'

Motions tabled on 29 March 2017

Short Debate
 
NDM6285 Mike Hedges (Swansea East)

The Swansea Bay City Region

NDM6286 Paul Davies (Preseli Pembrokeshire)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Recognises the important role played by local authorities in delivering significant public services across Wales.

2. Notes that strong and effective local government should see power put back into the hands of local people and their communities.

3. Acknowledges the important role played by small businesses in driving the Welsh economy and believes local authorities should work closely with the business community to encourage greater collaboration, innovation and entrepreneurship.
 
NDM6287 Elin Jones (Ceredigion)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales, in accordance with Standing Order 33.2:

1. Considers the Report of the Business Committee 'Amending Standing Orders: Standing Order 12 – Topical Questions and Urgent Questions' laid in the Table Office on 29 March 2017.

2. Approves the proposal to revise Standing Orders 11 and 12, as set out in Annex B of the Report of the Business Committee.

Amendments tabled on 17 March 2017

To propose that the Assembly resolves to adopt the following amendments to motions:

NDM6268

1. Paul Davies (Preseli Pembrokeshire)

Add as new point at end of motion:

Calls on the Welsh Government to implement measures that will enable Welsh companies, in particular small and medium sized businesses, to access public sector contracts.

2. Jane Hutt (Vale of Glamorgan):

Delete all after point 1 and replace with:

Notes the work of the Welsh Government in developing the Wales Procurement Policy Statement which has lowered barriers to procurement for small and medium sized enterprises right across Wales.

Recognises the need to grow capability within the Welsh public sector to maximise the impact of procurement spend within the Welsh economy.

Notes the intention of the Welsh Government to develop a new programme for procurement to help enable the Welsh public sector to make intelligent use of policy and legislation across Wales.

Recognises the Welsh Government's capital investment plans and the significant procurement opportunities presented by the South Wales and North East Wales metros; the 21st Century schools programme; the M4 relief road; building 20,000 affordable homes; improvements to Wales' transport network and other major infrastructure projects.

Amendments tabled on 31 March 2017

To propose that the Assembly resolves to adopt the following amendments to motions:

NDM6286

1. Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn)

Add as new point after point 2 and renumber accordingly:

Notes the importance of sharing best practice across local authorities in Wales in order to deliver better public service outcomes for constituents.

2. Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn)
 
Add as new point at end of motion:

Calls on the Welsh Government to introduce proportional representation for local elections to strengthen the accountability of local government and to improve local public services.

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