I hereby give notice that an ordinary meeting of the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board will be held on:

 

Date:††††††††††††††††††††††

Time:

Meeting Room:

Venue:

 

Wednesday, 16 September 2015

4.30pm

Local Board Office
2 Glen Road
Browns Bay

 

Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

 

OPEN ADDENDUM AGENDA

 

 

MEMBERSHIP

 

Chairperson

Julia Parfitt, JP

 

Deputy Chairperson

Greg Sayers

 

Members

David Cooper

 

 

Janet Fitzgerald, JP

 

 

Gaye Harding-Kirikiri

 

 

Gary Holmes

 

 

Lovisa Rasmussen

 

 

Lisa Whyte

 

 

(Quorum 4 members)

 

 

 

Vivienne Sullivan

Local Board Democracy Advisor

 

16 September 2015

 

Contact Telephone: (09) 427 3317

Email: vivienne.sullivan@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

Website: www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz

 

 


Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

16 September 2015

 

ITEM†† TABLE OF CONTENTS††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† PAGE

26††††††† Use of Orewa Library car park for Remedial work to Nautilus Building††††††††††††††† 5

27††††††† Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Community Fees and Charges ††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 9

28††††††† Auckland Council Property Limited Local Board Six-Monthly Update 1 January 2015 to 30 June 2015††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 13 ††

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Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

16 September 2015

 

Use of Orewa Library car park for Remedial work to Nautilus Building

 

File No.: CP2015/19472

 

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Purpose

1.†††††† This report seeks a decision on the Prendos New Zealand Limited request for the use of the Orewa Library car park as part of the remedial work on the Nautilus building in Orewa.

Executive Summary

2.†††††† The $25.07m legal case regarding the leaky building issues at the Nautilus building in Orewa has recently been resolved and the remedial work is planned to be carried out through four stages over a 24 month period from January 2016 through to January 2018.

3.†††††† Nautilusí Project Management company Prendos New Zealand Limited, has advised that the only viable method of getting building materials to the areas of work are to either crane or hoist from the ground level as there is no access from the lower car parks of the building to the podium of the building, except to go through the two residential lifts and corridors.

4.†††††† Prendos has requested to utilise the Orewa Library car park to securely store building materials, locate portalooís, a lunchroom, a medical centre, and hoist building materials to the podium level using a building hoist (not a crane) for a 24 month period. It is expected that approximately 100 construction workers would be onsite at any given time.

5.†††††† This request was presented to the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board at the workshop held on 29 July 2015 and the implications of this proposal were discussed with staff from both Libraries and Property departments.

6.†††††† This report provides an opportunity for the local board to make a decision on the Prendos New Zealand Limited request to use of the Orewa Library car park as part of the remedial work on the Nautilus building in Orewa.

 

 

Recommendation/s

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board:

a)††††† decline the request from Prendos for the use of the Orewa Library car park for the following reasons:

i.††††††††† increased noise levels over an extended period of time;

ii.†††††† removal of car parking for Orewa Library customers and staff (leading to car parking pressure within the area);

iii.††††† heavy vehicles using the road crossing, endangerment of pedestrians and library customers;

iv.††††††† increased pressure on the public toilets and no way of policing them;

v.†††††††† potential damage of library car park.

 

 

Comments

7.†††††† The $25.07m legal case regarding the leaky building issues at the Nautilus building in Orewa has recently been resolved. Problems with the building are numerous and have affected the owners of the building since it was first constructed in 2004.

8.†††††† The primary areas that require repair are the cladding at the exterior of the building and the apartment decks from levels 4 through to level 12. This is the tallest building in Orewa and is situated to the south of Orewa Library.

9.†††††† The work is planned to be carried out through 4 stages over a 24 month period from January 2016 through to January 2018.

10.†††† The Property Department have been advised that there is no access from the lower car parks of the building to the podium of the building, other than to go through the two residential lifts and corridors. The building materials that will need to be delivered to the areas of work include large window units, prefabricated exterior cladding, tiles, structural steel and screed.

11.†††† Nautilusí Project Management company Prendos New Zealand Limited, has advised that the only viable method of getting these materials to the areas of work are to either crane or hoist from the ground level.

12.†††† Prendos has requested that they utilise the Orewa Library car park to securely store building materials, locate portalooís, a lunchroom, a medical centre, and hoist building materials to the podium level using a† building hoist (not a crane) for a 24 month period. It is expected that approximately 100 construction workers would be onsite at any given time.

13.†††† Prendosí other option would be to utilise mobile cranes from either Keith Morris Lane or Tamariki Avenue. However this is not their preferred option as this would require a traffic management plan and they envisage that it would cause disruption to the traffic and local businesses.

14.†††† Adding to that, Prendos advise that due to having to use a crane on the Tamariki side of the building would be weather dependant and could extend the contractors programme, leading to further disruption within the area.

15.†††† This request was presented to the Hibiscus and Bays local board at the workshop held on 29 July 2015 and the implications of this proposal were discussed with staff from both Libraries and Property departments.

 

Other Options:

Keith Morris Lane

16.†††† Keith Morris Lane is a relatively wide street, and sits to the west of the Nautilus.

17.†††† Due to its size, the northern end of Keith Morris Lane could potentially be utilised as a secure area to store and hoist building materials. Approximately 23 car parks along the Lane would be required for this purpose. There is one large Norfolk Pine and several Phoenix Palms along this stretch, however all appear to be clear of the lane. There is however one large native Pohutukawa tree located at the north western side of the lane.†

18.†††† The advantage of using Keith Morris Lane is that there are no entrances to any private businesses at the northern end of the lane, however the side of the Radiology Laboratory is close to the road. Four other businesses have their entrances at the southern end of Keith Morris Lane, although commercial protective hoarding could be used to help protect them from noise and dust etc. Shipping containers are now used effectively for this very purpose.

 

Tamariki Avenue sits to the south of the Nautilus building.

19.†††† Although this area could also be utilised by Prendos, 10 businesses have their entrances under and across the road from the Nautilus building. This area also serves as the main entrance to the Nautilus.


20.†††† Two large Pohutukawa trees are located adjacent to number eight Tamariki Avenue, and appear to slightly hang over the road. These could potentially suffer damage over the two year construction period.

Consideration

Local Board views and implications

21.†††† This request was presented to the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board at the workshop held on 29 July 2015 and the implications of this proposal were discussed with staff from both Library and Property departments.

22.†††† This report provides an opportunity for the local board to make a decision on the Prendos New Zealand Limited request to use of the Orewa Library car park as part of the buildings remedial work on the Nautilus building in Orewa.

Māori impact statement

23.†††† There are no particular impacts on Maori which are different from general users of the Orewa Library carpark.

Implementation

24.†††† If the local board decides against Prendos utilising the Orewa Library car park, a formal communication would be sent to Prendos declining the request.

 

Attachments

There are no attachments for this report. ††

Signatories

Authors

Paul Durling - Property Co-ordinator

Authorisers

John OíBrien Ė Manager Operations, Property


Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

16 September 2015

 

Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Community Fees and Charges

 

File No.: CP2015/12887

 

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Purpose

1.†††††† To present the exceptions to community facilities fees and charges for the Orewa Community Centre.

Executive Summary

2.†††††† In the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area there is only one council-managed community facility - the Orewa Community Centre, also known as the Orewa Community Hall.

3.†††††† The fees and charges for Orewa Community Centre (Attachment A) were adopted (uninflated) as part of the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Agreement 2015/2016 on 10 June 2015. Resolution number HB/2015/65.

4.†††††† In September 2014, the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board agreed to (Resolution Number HB/2014/178):

a)†† Delegate authority to local board members Parfitt and Fitzgerald to make decisions on the waiver or adjustment of fees charged to groups using the Orewa Community Hall.

b)†† Request that the community facilities team prepare a template form that will be used to see a decision from the delegated local board members and keep a record of any variation made.

5.†††††† The Hibiscus and Bays Local Board portfolio holder members were updated on the fees and charges for the Orewa Community Centre on 27 August 2015.†

6.†††††† Staff will provide regular updates on the impact of the hire fees and the performance of council-managed community facilities as part of the quarterly reports to the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board.

 

Recommendation/s

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board:

a)††††† notes that any discounts, waivers or adjustments of fees decided by delegated authority will in future be recorded in a quarterly report to the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

b)††††† notes that further discounts, waivers or adjustments of fees to community facilities and charges will be funded from the surplus of the income generated by the Orewa Community Centre, underwritten by the† Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Locally Driven Initiatives

c)††††† notes that approval under delegated authority has been given for a fee of $297.44 per month for the Hibiscus Coast Senior Citizens Association, for its regular use of the community centre.

d)††††† notes that approval under delegated authority has been given for a once-off fee of $550 for the Hibiscus Coast Quilters for their quilting show, which was in August 2015

 

 

Consideration

Local Board views and implications

7.†††††† The community facilities fees and charges in Attachment A were adopted as part of the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Agreement 2015/2016 on 10 June 2015. Resolution number HB/2015/65.

8.†††††† The recommendations within this report fall within the Hibiscus and Bays Local Boardís authority relating to local recreation, sport and community facilities.

Māori impact statement

9.†††††† The fees and charges framework is not specifically targeted for Maori populations. However, it aims to be clear and transparent to all users, including Maori.

Implementation

10.†††† The recommendations in this report do not trigger the Auckland Council Significance Policy.

 

 

Attachments

No.

Title

Page

aView

Fee schdule for 2015/2016 Hibiscus and Bays

11

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Signatories

Authors

Jocelyn Watkin - Contractor

Authorisers

Graham Bodman - Manager - Community Development, Arts and Culture

Lesley Jenkins - Relationship Manager


Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

16 September 2015

 


Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

16 September 2015

 

Auckland Council Property Limited Local Board Six-Monthly Update 1 January 2015 to 30 June 2015

 

File No.: CP2015/19504

 

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Purpose

1.†††††† To give the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board an overview of Auckland Council Property Limitedís (ACPL) activities for the six months 1 January to 30 June 2015.

Executive Summary

2.†††††† In May 2015 the Governing Body voted in favour of merging ACPL with Waterfront Auckland to form Development Auckland (DA). The merger responds to feedback from the wider council organisations and seeks to address some key growth, development, housing provision and funding challenges that Auckland will face over the next 20 years. As a CCO Development Auckland will have a commercial orientation, but it will also have explicit public good outcomes to pursue.

3.†††††† Substantive elements of the purpose of DA relate to urban redevelopment, strategic advice on councilís property portfolio and the redevelopment of underutilised council assets to achieve commercial and strategic outcomes.

4.†††††† In August the governing body will receive recommendations from council staff in respect of the proposed locational priorities for DA.

5.†††††† It would be anticipated that DA will specifically engage with local boards post the formal establishment on the 1 September 2015 to consider what activities DA can undertake to benefit their local communities.

6.†††††† As this will be our final six-monthly update to you as ACPL, we are including both the full business summary as included in previous versions and additionally providing an outline of some of the strategic and organisational changes we will be making as we transition to Development Auckland.

7.†††††† ACPL activity detail is broken down by business unit or work-stream, with a focus on local board specific activities where applicable.

8.†††††† Local board specific supporting detail is included in Attachments A, B and C.

 

 

Recommendation/s

That the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board:

a)††††† received the Auckland Council Property Limited Local Board Six-Monthly update 1 January to 30 June 2015.

 

 

Comments

Development Auckland

9.†††††† Council formally approved the establishment of Development Auckland (DA), being a merger of Waterfront Auckland and Auckland Council Property Limited, in May 2015.

10.†††† The essential purpose of DA is to contribute to the implementation of the Auckland Plan and encourage economic development by facilitating urban redevelopment that optimises and integrates good public transport outcomes, efficient and sustainable infrastructure and quality public services and amenities. DA will manage councilís non-service property portfolio and provide strategic advice on councilís other property portfolios. It will recycle or redevelop sub-optimal or underutilised council assets and aim to achieve an overall balance of commercial and strategic outcomes.

11.†††† A number of objectives fall within the purpose including facilitating the redevelopment of urban locations and optimising the councilís property portfolio.

12.†††† The process to establish the operating structure of DA is well advanced and a combined work stream between DA and council staff is looking at the future priorities for DA that will provide focus in terms of geographic locations and project priorities. In respect of the locational analysis work recommendations will be made to the governing body in August 2015.

13.†††† It would be anticipated that DA will specifically engage with local boards post the formal establishment on the 1 September 2015 to consider what activities DA can undertake to benefit their local communities.

 

Workshops and Meetings

14.†††† A schedule of Hibiscus and Bays Local Board workshops and meetings attended by ACPL representatives from January to June 2015 is included as Attachment A. The list includes property specific meetings and workshops relating to general property management and the ongoing portfolio Rationalisation Process.

Property Portfolio Management

15.†††† ACPL manages property owned by the council and Auckland Transport that are not currently required for service or infrastructure purposes. These are properties that are not immediately required for service delivery or infrastructure development but are being held for use in a planned future project such as road construction/widening or the expansion of parks. This work will largely remain unaffected by the transition to Development Auckland.

16.†††† The property portfolio continued to grow during the last six months and now totals 1347 properties containing 1080 leases, an increase of 41 since our July-December 2014 update. The current property portfolio includes industrial sites and buildings, retail tenancies, cafťs, restaurants, offices and a substantial portfolio of residential properties.

17.†††† ACPLís return on the property portfolio for the year ending 30 June 2015 provides the shareholder a net surplus of $ 6.8m ahead of budget, with an actual surplus of $ 29.8 m against budget of $ 23m. The average monthly vacancy rate for the period is 1.6% which is under the Statement Of Intent targets of 5%.

18.†††† A Properties Managed schedule is included as Attachment B of this report. The schedule details:

∑††††††† Current ACPL-managed commercial and residential property within the Hibiscus and Bays †Local Board

∑††††††† Each propertyís classification or reason for retention

∑††††††† The nature of the property, such as a cafť within a library, or a residential property with a tenancy in place

∑††††††† The budget under which operating expenditure and lease revenue for the property is reported e.g. regional or local board.

19.†††† A report indicating portfolio movement in the local board area is attached as Attachment C. The report details all new acquisitions including the reason for acquisition, any transfers and the reason for transfer, and any disposals.

Portfolio Review and Rationalisation

Overview

20.†††† ACPL is required to undertake ongoing rationalisation of the councilís non-service assets. This includes identifying properties from within councilís portfolio that may be suitable for potential sale and development if appropriate. ACPL has a particular focus on achieving housing outcomes. Identifying potential sale properties contributes to the Auckland Plan focus of accommodating the significant growth projected for the region over the coming decades, by providing the council with an efficient use of capital and prioritisation of funds to achieve its activities and projects.

Performance

21.†††† July 2014 to June 2015 Target

UNIT

TARGET

ACHIEVED

COMMENTS

Portfolio Review

$30m disposal recommendations

$69m

These recommendations include $65.9m of sites that are identified for development projects.

 

22.†††† In setting future disposal targets ACPL is working closely with the council and AT to identify potentially surplus properties.

23.†††† 2014/2015 Targets

UNIT

TARGET

COMMENTS

Portfolio Review

$30m gross value recommended for sale

These targets include disposal recommendations and sales for sites that are identified for place-shaping and housing development projects

Development & Disposals

$30 net value of unconditional sales

 

Process

24.†††† Once identified as a potential sale candidate a property is taken through a multi-stage Rationalisation Process. The agreed process includes engagement with: the council, CCOs, local board and mana whenua. This is followed by ACPL Board approval, engagement with local ward and the Independent Māori Statutory Board and finally a governing body decision.

Under review

25.†††† Properties currently under review for future use opportunities via the Rationalisation Process in the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area are listed below. The list includes any properties that may have recently been presented to the governing body and either approved for sale or development and sale or designated for retention. Further details are included in Attachment B.

 

PROPERTY

DETAILS

36 Hibiscus Coast Highway, Silverdale

Subject to legacy sale resolution however numerous council stakeholders interested in further reviewing its potential future use options. Review of this property is currently on hold pending the completion of North West Planning Silverdale centre plan.

Pine Road, Orewa Pt Allot 473

Multiple strips of land at rear of properties on Pine Road and adjoining streets.† Segments were originally acquired for Stormwater/Sanitation have been completed.† Neighbouring property owner enquired about purchasing strip of land adjacent to their property. Site transferred to ACPL and progressed through the Rationalisation Process commencing in June 2014. No alternative service uses were identified during the internal consultation.† Local board endorsed revocation of reserve and the subsequent divestment to neighbour at their 23 March 2015 meeting. Presented to the governing body on 13 May 2015 and approved for sale. ACPL now preparing for sale.

 

Redevelopment/Regeneration and Housing Supply initiatives

Overview

26.†††† ACPL in its current form is contributing commercial input into approximately 54 region wide council-driven regeneration and housing supply initiatives. Involvement extends from provision of initial feasibility advice through to implementation, with projects ranging in size from $415k to in excess of $100million.

27.†††† ACPL is also actively contributing to the Housing Action Plan, which is a council initiative focusing on non-regulatory efforts to encourage and increase affordable residential development. ACPL has a Statement of Intent target to undertake five housing development projects over three years that will improve housing affordability and the supply of affordable housing encompassing community housing organisation involvement. ACPL is currently actively working on 13 such projects.

28.†††† In our expanded role as Development Auckland we will be extending on this work to play a much stronger role in urban development through greater scale, enhanced capability and the ability to partner with others. We will have a key role in helping deliver the council priority of quality urban living and will have the mandate to deal with the challenge of Aucklandís rapid growth through regeneration and investment.

29.†††† Development Aucklandís roles and responsibilities will be customised to each specific project initiative and location. A few will be of a high custodial nature associated with urban regeneration. Some will be at the other end of the scale with a more facilitative role; and some will be much more able to be delivered in the short term.

30.†††† ACPL already works closely with the local boards on ACPL-led developments to ensure we give effect to the local boardsí place-shaping role. As Development Auckland engagement will in some areas be of a much broader scope, with the potential for involvement in master-planning activities for significant land areas.

Optimisation Update

31.†††† Optimisation is a programme of work aimed to achieve better use of councilís planned and funded service assets.  The programme targets housing and urban regeneration outcomes along with the delivery of cost-neutral service investment on appropriate sites.  ACPL and ACPD are leading a cross-council project to establish the rules and methodology for service optimisation activity. The programme will be carried across to Development Auckland.

32.†††† Local board engagement and workshops will be provided to demonstrate the scope of optimisation and the benefits of driving optimal asset performance from qualifying service property.  Timeframes for these workshops have been pushed out due to Development Auckland transition work.   However, ACPL welcomes suggestions of service sites that may have potential for improved service function along with housing or urban regeneration outcomes

Local Activities

33.†††† A high level update on place-shaping and housing initiative and proposal activities in the Hibiscus and Bays area is outlined in points below.

††††††††† 20 Link Crescent:

i.††††††† This legacy approved 2.0657 ha site has a residential zoning. ACPL prepared a preliminary master concept plan which provided 57 residential Lots and a park/wetland area adjacent to land allocated to a planned Family Centre. Approval to progress sale and development of the land was granted in July 2014. Due diligence was completed by ACPL in December 2014.

ii.†††††† Between September and February 2014 ACPL worked with subdivision specialists Woods to complete vendor due diligence on the site to investigate the risks and challenges in order to physically complete the subdivision obtaining detail on the topography, ecology, environmental, storm water,  infrastructure, civil design and roading.

iii.††††† Following a Real Estate Agency request for proposal process agents Legacy Partners were appointed in May 2014 engaged to assist with the sale of the property. Through Legacy Partners the project went through a Sale By Expression of Interest (EOI) process commencing June 2015 and completing 14 July 2015.

iv.††††† The EOI phase was supported by a communications and marketing strategy to ensure maximum market reach and information sharing with key stakeholders. Substantive EOIís were received from six parties. Due to the quality of submissions follow up interviews were held with all six organisations and further detail requested. Subsequently a short list was identified and parties were asked to submit their full and final offers.

v.†††††† Negotiations continue ACPL anticipates selecting the preferred partner by the end of August 2015 and will meet with the local board to provide an update following that decision.

Whangaparaoa Affordable Rental Homes Project:

i.††††††† There are several vacant sections on Whangaparaoa Road that are held for future transport schemes. ACPL is investigating the viability of using these sites for affordable rental homes which can be relocated when the site is required. Auckland Transport is currently reviewing their transport project land holdings and intends to confirm which sites are available during September/October 2015.

Acquisitions

Overview

34.†††† ACPL continues to support council and AT programmes and projects by negotiating required property acquisitions. All such acquisitions are funded through approved council or AT budgets. We also provide advice to assist with budgets, business cases and strategy to support an acquisition.

35.†††† From 1 January 2015 to 31 June 2015, 49 property purchases were completed for the council and AT. All of the property acquisitions met independent valuation thresholds agreed with AT, the council and Public Works Act 1981 requirements.

 

Council Acquisitions

36.†††† Of the 49 property acquisitions over the past six months, 12 were purchased to meet council legal, open space and storm water requirements and to contribute to City Transformation projects. These included the following acquisitions in or neighbouring the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area.

PROPERTY

STAKEHOLDER

WORK TYPE

LOCAL BOARD

92 Hobsonville Road, Hobsonville

City Transformation

Open Space

Upper Harbour

90 Hobsonville Road, Hobsonville

City Transformation

Open Space

Upper Harbour

88 Hobsonville Road, Hobsonville

City Transformation

Open Space

Upper Harbour

84-86 Hobsonville Road, Hobsonville

City Transformation

Open Space

Upper Harbour

106-108 Hobsonville Road, Hobsonville

City Transformation

Open Space

Upper Harbour

179 Matua Road, Huapai

Parks, Sports & Recreation

Open Space

Rodney

3202 South Head road, South Head

Community Policy & Planning

Open Space

Rodney

 

Auckland Transport Acquisitions

37.†††† The remaining 37 properties were acquired on behalf of AT. The focus was on acquisitions to support major transport projects including AMETI (five acquisitions) City Rail Link Property Acquisition (seven acquisitions), Redoubt Road Mill Road Corridor Upgrade (six acquisitions) road widening across the region (10 acquisitions) and Northern Strategic Growth Area (one acquisition). Full details of relevant AT projects and associated acquisitions will come to the local board directly from AT.

Business Interests

38.†††† ACPL manages eight business interests region wide on councilís behalf. This comprises two forestry enterprises, two landfills and four quarries. There are currently no ACPL managed business interests in the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area.

 

Consideration

Local Board views and implications

39.†††† This report is for the Hibiscus and Bays Local Boardís information.

Māori impact statement

40.†††† Whatungarongaro te tangata, toitū te whenua. The importance of effective communication and engagement with Māori on the subject of land is understood.† ACPL has accordingly developed robust engagement with the 19 mana whenua groups for our core business activities. We are currently working with Waterfront Auckland on a future strategy for Development Auckland.

41.†††† Key engagement activities currently include: identifying cultural significance concerns regarding disposal properties, flagging commercial interests, development partnering discussions and issues relating to property management such as protection of wāhi tapu or joint management arising from the resolution of Treaty Settlements. ACPL also engages with relevant mana whenua in respect of development outcomes for ACPL lead projects where appropriate. As Development Auckland we will work with iwi to consolidate and build on strengths from ACPL and Waterfront Aucklandís approaches along with successful work being done elsewhere in the council family.

42.†††† ACPL additionally undertook to be part of councilís Māori Responsiveness Plan (MRP) pilot programme. The projectís key output is an operational document outlining ACPLís contribution to councilís strategic and operational commitments to Māori. The MRP was finalised and approved by the ACPL Board in December 2014 and is in the implementation phase. A copy of this is available on the ACPL website. This work will be carried over and reflected in the new organisation.

43.†††† As we transition to Development Auckland, the local board can expect to be advised or involved as appropriate in any discussions that arise in the local boardís area.

Implementation

44.†††† There are no implementation issues.

 

 

Attachments

No.

Title

Page

aView

Schedule of Meetings and Workshops

21

bView

Properties Managed by ACPL in the Local Board area

23

cView

Property Movement in the Local Board area

27

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Signatories

Authors

Caitlin Borgfeldt††† Local Board Liaison

Authorisers

David Rankin†† Chief Executive


Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

16 September 2015

 


Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

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Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

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