Business Statement and Announcement

Plenary agendas are published a week in advance of a meeting, and can be found on the Plenary meetings page

 

Tuesday 28 February 2017

Government Business

·         Questions to the First Minister (45 mins)

·         Business Statement and Announcement (30 mins)

·         Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Education: OECD Education Review and  Recommendations (45 mins)

·         Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport: The Independent Evaluation of the Emergency Ambulance Services Clinical Response Model (45 mins)

·         Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Local Government: Innovative Finance: the Mutual Investment Model (MIM) (30 mins)

·         Debate: The General Principles of the Public Health (Wales) Bill (60 mins)

·         Motion to approve the financial resolution in respect of the Public Health (Wales) Bill (5 mins)

 

Wednesday 1 March 2017

Government Business

·         Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure (45 mins)

·         Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport (45 mins)

Assembly Business

·         90 Second Statements (5 mins)

·         Statement by the Chair of the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee on Inquiries and Engagement (30 mins)

·         Time allocated to Plaid Cymru (60 mins)

·         Time allocated to the United Kingdom Independence Party (60 mins)

·         Short Debate - Jayne Bryant (Newport West) (30 mins)

 

Tuesday 7 March 2017

Government Business

·         Questions to the First Minister (45 mins)

·         Business Statement & Announcement (30 mins)

·         Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport: The Refreshed Stroke Delivery Plan (45 mins)

·         Debate: The Second Supplementary Budget 2016-17 (60 mins)

·         Debate: The Estyn Annual Report 2015-16 (60 mins)

·         Debate: International Women’s Day (60 mins)

 

Wednesday 8 March 2017

Government Business

·         Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs (45 mins)

·         Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children (45 mins)

Assembly Business

 

NNDM6210

Lee Waters (Llanelli)

Jeremy Miles (Neath)

Vikki Howells (Cynon Valley)

Hefin David (Caerphilly)

 

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

 

1. Notes that approximately 40 per cent of the workforce is employed in the 'Foundational Economy' supplying essential goods and services such as: infrastructures; utilities; food processing, retailing and distribution; and health, education and care.

 

2. Recognises that these sectors are often more resilient to external economic shocks and have considerable potential to generate greater local value from the provision of localised goods and services.

 

3. Regrets that many of the sectors within the Foundation Economy are marked by low paid and insecure jobs

 

4. Calls on the Welsh Government to develop a strategy to maximise the impact of the 'Foundational Economy' across Wales as part of its work on developing a new economic strategy, including measures to improve employment conditions in those sectors.

 

 

Wednesday 14 March 2017

Government Business

·         Questions to the First Minister (45 mins)

·         Business Statement & Announcement (30 mins)

·         Statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children: The Abolition of the Right to Buy (Wales) Bill (60 mins)

·         Debate: The Warm Homes Programme (60 mins)

 

Wednesday 15 March 2017

Government Business

·         Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Local Government (45 mins)

Assembly Business

·         Short Debate - Paul Davies (Preseli Pembrokeshire) (30 mins)