City in the councilDuring City in the council, residents can give their opinion on topics that are on the agenda to stand. In this meeting there were speakers on the following topics: Demonstration A14 View Concept Strategic Agenda Metropolitan Region Rotterdam The HagueEnvironmental permit projects ‘Binck Blocks’ and ‘BinckPARK’ Initiative proposal (PvdD) The Hague goes wild!The Hague approach to nitrogen and buildingEnvironmental pollution from cigarette buttsEvaluation of the permanent winter shelterWould you like to leave a message? Look for the rules and registration on

Sworn in party representatives During this council meeting, two new party representatives for the CDA were installed: Astrid Frey and Jolijn Standhardt. Demo A12 On Saturday afternoon 28 January Extinction Rebellion campaigned for the 5th time on the Utrechtsebaan/A12. This demonstration was ended by the police. There are 400 demonstrators detained. For 11 March another demonstration has been announced at this place. During this council meeting, this was discussed in the municipal council. One motion was adopted: Motion Inform residents during demonstrations (ChristenUnie/SGP, DENK, VVD )View Concept Strategic Agenda Metropolitan Region Rotterdam The Hague Works have started in the Metropolitan Region Rotterdam The Hague (MRDH) since 1 January 2015 23 municipalities in this region along with if aim of strengthening the economic business climate and improving accessibility. The Strategic Agenda describes the joint course of the MRDH municipalities for the period 2022-2021. The Strategic Agenda focuses on four tasks for the coming administrative period, on which the MRDH wants to focus on from its core tasks: 1. Growth of the region by approximately 400. residents for the next twenty years who want to be able to live, work and recreate. 2. Renewal of the region through innovation of the economy and mobility sets new requirements and offers new opportunities for the economy and mobility. 3. Quality of the region: the growth of the economy, population and mobility must go hand in hand with better quality and quality of life. 4. Restoration of the region. The aftermath of the corona crisis continues to force us to make sharp choices to continue to offer quality public transport within limited financial possibilities. During this council meeting, this was discussed in the municipal council. The amended proposal of the Board regarding View Concept Strategic Agenda Metropolitan Region Rotterdam The Hague is accepted. The following motions and amendments were also adopted: Amendment More participation in MRDH as a priority (Partij voor de Dieren, SP, Hart voor Den Haag)Amendment Define broad welfare at MRDH (GroenLinks)

Motion Environmental zone in MRDH region (GroenLinks)Motion Court of Audit investigation MRDH ( Heart for The Hague, SP) View concept note Scope and Level of Detail (NRD) for Rotterdam The Hague AirportRotterdam The Hague Airport (RTHA) intends to submit an application for an airport decision to the government. For this purpose, an environmental impact report is being prepared with a concept memorandum Reach and Detail Level (NRD). In this meeting, the city council will discuss the proposal that the municipality of The Hague express our view that there could not and should not be an increase in the number of flights. The noise contour should also shrink through the use of quieter aircraft. In addition, the opinion explicitly calls for attention to be paid to nuisance and nuisance for local residents. During this council meeting, this was discussed in the municipal council. The Commission’s proposal regarding View concept memorandum Scope and Level of detail (NRD) for Rotterdam The Hague Airport has been adopted.Regulation Scheveningen Port of The Hague 2023In connection with new developments, both in the nautical, environmental-hygienic and technical and planning areas, it is necessary to comply with the Scheveningen Port Regulation 249 to revise. The Scheveningen Port of The Hague Regulation 2023 serves to promote good port management, including the order, safety and environment of the port. The Scheveningen Port of The Hague Regulation 2023 is primarily aimed at ensuring that shipping traffic in the port runs smoothly. In addition, provisions have been included that aim to create a safe port: for shipping, shipping companies and also for local residents and visitors to the port.During this council meeting, discussed in the city council. The proposal of the Board regarding the Scheveningen Regulation Port of The Hague 2014 has been adopted. One motion was also passed: Motion From the shore to the ship please (Hart voor Den Haag)Environmental permit projects ‘Binck Blocks’ and ‘BinckPARK ‘ Trekvlietzone End 2020 has VORM Ontwikkeling BV has submitted an application for an environmental permit for the construction of Binck Blocks, a residential tower with 30 residential, retail and space for social services, and BinckPARKS, a (semi-public) parking garage with 9 homes in the plinth and sufficient parking spaces for bicycles and mobility scooters for residents at the location between Binckhorstlaan 249 and the Capellalaan. The building plan is in conflict with the Binckhorst environmental plan because no 30% of social rental homes are being realized. Therefore, a specific declaration of no objections (VVGB) is required for this application. At this meeting, the City Council will make a decision on the draft for this statement. This will then be made available for inspection.During this council meeting, this was discussed in the municipal council. The proposal of the college regarding Draft declaration of no objections (Wabo) with regard to the application for environmental permit projects ‘Binck Blocks’ and ‘BinckPARK’ Trekvlietzone 1A and Trekvlietzone 1B between the Binckhorstlaan 32 and the Capellalaan has been adopted.Regulation employers committee Municipal Accountants Organization The Hague 2026 End 2022, the Hague City Council has decided to reposition the Municipal Accountancy Service (GAD). Until now, the GAD was part of the official organization under the direction of the municipal clerk. One of the consequences of this is that the council actually becomes the employer of the Municipal Accountants Organization of The Hague. The employership of the municipal council will be fleshed out via an employers’ committee. During this council meeting, this was discussed in the municipal council. The proposal of the Presidium regarding adoption of the Bye-Law of the Employers’ Committee of the Municipal Accountants Organization of The Hague 2022 accepted. One amendment was adopted: Amendment Change composition employer committee GAD (Hart voor Den Haag)The Hague initiative proposal is off the hook! On 14 March 2022, Councilor Robin Smit of the Party for the Animals has put forward the initiative proposal “The Hague is running wild!” submitted. It presents a number of insights and suggestions for improving the dog policy in The Hague. The suggestions for better off-leash areas should ensure an animal-friendly, sustainable and green city where carefree off-leash dogs are a matter of course.This was discussed in the city council during this council meeting . The Amended Initiative Proposal The Hague is running wild! of the Party for the Animals was rejected.Information request draft AZ Fisheries and SimonisFollowing the debate in the committee meeting of 1 February 2023, regarding the discussion of the progress report De Kust Gezond (RIS312901), Councilors Mr Barker and Ms Arp subsequently submitted a request for information regarding further insight into the designs of AZ Fisheries and Simonis on the basis of Article 29 by the Rules of Procedure for meetings and other activities of the Board. With this letter you will be informed about the settlement of this request.During this council meeting, this was discussed in the municipal council. One motion was passed: Motion Inform the council about Scheveningen (Partij voor de Dieren, SP)Decision listThe city council has also approved: Confidentiality ConfirmationParliament Support Ordinance2026Regulation amending the Commission of Accounts Regulation 2014Regulation amending the Control Regulation The Hague 2015Ordinance amending the Organization Ordinance of the council of the municipality of The HagueAppointment of a deputy member Advisory Committee for Transport Authority MRDHAppointment of a member of the Financial Advisory Committee for the Haaglanden security regionConclusion committee debate Semi-annual report 2021 WMO GGD Evaluation of the permanent winter shelter 2020-2020 Save the KNRM rescue house Fourth state of affairs energy crisis Presence black Petes in the city Consent to use Binnenhof complex Environmental pollution from cigarette butts The following topics that were on the agenda for a conclusion committee debate could not be discussed due to lack of time. These items will be placed on the agenda for the next council meeting of 30 March:

Region Deal 4th tranche The Hague Southwest Environmental permit for residential building with parking garage on Treublaan The Hague approach to nitrogen and building Related Party Evaluation 2020 Primary education teacher shortage 2026Revolution At the end of the meeting, a second vote was taken on two motions where the votes in the previous council were tied. The following motion was adopted: Motion Sound nature research (Partij voor de Dieren)Review the meeting?The video report of the full meeting can be viewed at 12495674


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