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​Motions and Amendments for Debate on 24 May 2017

Motion tabled on 11 May 2017

NDM6311

Julie Morgan (Cardiff North)
Hefin David (Caerphilly)
Dai Lloyd (South West Wales)
Angela Burns (Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire)
Mark Isherwood (North Wales)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Congratulates the staff in the NHS in Wales for treating and curing an unprecedented number of patients with Hepatitis C.

2. Calls on the Welsh Government to confirm their commitment to the World Health Organisation eradication date of 2030.

3. Calls on the Welsh Government to consider new operational guidelines to support the NHS to work towards the eradication of Hepatitis C in Wales.

 

Motions tabled on 17 May 2017

Short Debate
 
NDM6315 Dai Lloyd (South Wales West)

Defending Wales for the next generation.

The current unprecedented challenges facing Wales, including the relationship with the rest of the world, economic inequality, and the need for urgent and positive action in terms of improving outcomes for the next generation.

NDM6316 Paul Davies (Preseli Pembrokeshire)
 
To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Welcomes the UK Prime Minister's commitment to scrap tolls on the Severn Crossings which will deliver a £100m boost to the Welsh economy.

2. Recognises the need for a north Wales growth deal and its importance for future prosperity in the region.

3. Notes the importance of developing similar regional deals for rural communities in mid Wales to ensure our country works for everyone.
 
NDM6317 Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Recognises the value to the Welsh economy of live music venues in Wales.

2. Notes the 5,383 signatures to a petition to the Assembly calling for protection of live music venues in Wales.

3. Notes the Save Womanby Street campaign calling for protection of live music venues on Womanby Street in Cardiff.

4. Calls for the agent of change principle to be made part of Welsh planning law.

5. Calls for 'areas of cultural significance for music' to become a designation under Welsh planning law.

'e-Petition: Live Music Protection in Wales'

WITHDRAWN

NDM6318 Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn)

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Notes Plaid Cymru's Programme of Opposition and the commitment to establish a national energy company, Ynni Cymru.

2. Notes the research paper by Simon Thomas on proposals to create Ynni Cymru.

3. Calls on the Welsh Government to establish Ynni Cymru, which will run as a not for dividend company at arms-length from Welsh Government, investing profits in improved client service and prices.

4. Calls on the Welsh Government to investigate creating a network of local energy grids.

'Plaid Cymru's Programme for Opposition'

'Ynni Cymru – Power for Wales'

Amendments tabled on 18 May 2017

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

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1. Paul Davies (Preseli Pembrokeshire)

Delete point 4 and replace with:

Calls on Welsh Welsh Government to consider the benefits and risks of introducing the agent of change principle into Welsh planning law.

2. Paul Davies (Preseli Pembrokeshire)

Delete point 5 and replace with:

Calls on Welsh Welsh Government to consider the benefits and risks of introducing "areas of cultural significance" as a planning designation.

 

Amendments tabled on 19 May 2017

To propose that the Assembly resolves to adopt the following amendments to motions:
 
NDM6316
 
1. Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn)
 
Add as new point 3 and re-number accordingly:

Recognises the urgent priority of electrification of the North Wales Coast Line, the South Wales Main Line and the Valleys Lines and their importance for future prosperity of their respective regions.

2. Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn)

Add as new point at end of motion:

Calls on the UK Government to come to a positive decision on funding for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon to ensure economic growth in that area.

3. Rhun ap Iorwerth (Ynys Môn)

Add a new point at end of motion:

Calls on the Welsh Government to consult with Pembrokeshire County Council to abolish tolls on the Cleddau Bridge in Pembrokeshire as an economic boost to the area.

4. Jane Hutt (Vale of Glamorgan):
 
Delete all and replace with:

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Welcomes the leadership role of the Welsh Government in working with other parties to scrap tolls on the Severn Crossings which will deliver a £100m boost to the Welsh economy.

2. Notes the Prime Minister's U-turn in supporting abolition of the Severn tolls.

3. Recognises the commitment of the Welsh Government to working with the UK Government and partners on all sides to deliver the North Wales Growth deal and ensure sustainable transport links into all parts of Wales.

4. Notes that the removal of tolls is just one part of the Welsh Government's plan to increase economic growth and improve the transport system in Wales, which includes work underway to decarbonise the transport network in line with the obligations of the Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.

'Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015'

NDM6317
 
1. Jane Hutt (Vale of Glamorgan)
 
Delete points 4 and 5 and replace with:

Notes the Welsh Government's intention to revise Planning Policy Wales to:

a) make the agent of change principle more explicit in managing the impacts of new developments; and

b) allow the designation of areas of cultural significance for music with a view to identification in relevant Local Development Plans.

'Planning Policy Wales'

 
NDM6318
 
1. Jane Hutt (Vale of Glamorgan)
 
Delete all and replace with:

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Notes the Welsh Government's long-held commitment to:

a) use energy as efficiently as possible;

b) reduce reliance on energy generated from fossil fuels; and

c) actively manage the transition to a low carbon economy to deliver maximum benefits for Wales and protect the most vulnerable.

2. Recognises the contribution of Welsh Government-funded programmes, such as Warm Homes, Nest and Arbed, Local Energy, Green Growth Wales and the Smart Living programme in stimulating and supporting the early transition to a low carbon economy.

3. Recognises the Welsh Government's role in supporting innovative energy generation, such as the community-led Bethesda local energy selling pilot, the mine water scheme in Bridgend and collaboration with industry and academia.

4. Notes the Welsh Government has held a series of public meetings across Wales to discuss proposals for an energy company for Wales.

 

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