Government Motions 2014-2015

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Government Motions brought before the House in the 2014/2015 Session.

Pending Government Motions

Fifth Meeting

Government Motion No. 5 /2014-2015

PASSED: Third Sitting - 17 April 2015

Proposed Rezoning: East End, Block 73A Parcel 102 -Registered to Morritt Properties (Cayman) Ltd.

Moved by:

Hon Kurt Tibbetts - Minister of Planning, Lands, Agriculture, Housing and Infrastructure

Fourth Meeting

Government Motion No. 4 /2014-2015

PASSED: First Sitting - 26 November 2014

The Development and Planning Law (2011 Revision) and The Development and Planning (Amendment) Regulations, 2014

Moved by:

Hon Kurt Tibbetts - Minister of Planning, Lands, Agriculture, Housing and Infrastructure
Government Motion No. 3 /2014-2015

PASSED: First Sitting - 26 November 2014

The Strategic Policy Statement for the 2015/2016 Financial Year

Moved by:

The Premier, Hon Alden McLaughlin - Minister of Home and Community Affairs

Third Meeting

No Motions were brought before the House during the Third Meeting

 

Second Meeting

Government Motion No. 2 /2014-2015

PASSED: Second Sitting - 11 September 2014

Proposed Rezoning: Lower Valley, Block 38E Parcels 282 and 283 (formerly Block 38E Parcels 590 and 591) - Registered to J&J Bear Ltd -

Moved by:

Hon Kurt Tibbetts - Minister of Planning, Lands, Agriculture, Housing and Infrastructure
Amendment to Government Motion No. 1/2014-2015

FAILED: First Sitting - 10 September 2014

The Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009, SI. 2009 No. 1379 (on Electoral Reform)

Moved by:

Mr Arden McLean - Elected Member of East End

Seconded by:

Mr Ezzard Miller - Elected Member of North Side
Government Motion No. 1/2014-15

PASSED: First Sitting - 10 September 2014

The Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009, SI. 2009 No. 1379 (on Electoral Reform)

Moved by:

The Premier, Hon Alden McLaughlin - Minister of Home and Community Affairs

First Meeting (Throne & Budget Address)

No Motions were brought before the House during this meeting.