Howick Local Board

 

OPEN MINUTES

 

 

 

Minutes of a meeting of the Howick Local Board held via Skype for Business, on Monday, 15 November 2021 at 6.00pm.

 

present

 

Chairperson

Adele White

 

Deputy Chairperson

John Spiller

 

Members

Katrina Bungard

 

 

Bo Burns

 

 

David Collings

 

 

Bruce Kendall

 

 

Mike Turinsky

 

 

Bob Wichman

 

 

Peter Young, JP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ALSO PRESENT

 

Councillors

Paul Young

 

 

 

Sharon Stewart QSM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Howick Local Board

15 November 2021

 

 

 

1          Welcome

 

            The Chair opened the meeting and welcomed everyone present.

 

2          Apologies

 

There were no apologies.

 

 

3          Declaration of Interest

 

Member P Young declared an interest in Item 14: Howick Local Grant Round Two 2021/2022 grant allocation: LG2207-205 Aotea Sport and Recreation Association Incorporated, LG2207-221 Botany & Flat Bush Ethnic Association Incorporated, LG2207-240 International Buddhist Trust of New Zealand (North Island).

 

Member M Turinsky declared an interest in Item 14: Howick Local Grant Round Two 2021/2022 grant allocation: LG2207-221 Botany & Flat Bush Ethnic Association Incorporated.

 

Member K Bungard declared an interest in Item 14: Howick Local Grant Round Two 2021/2022 grant allocation: LG2207-224 The Uxbridge Community Projects Incorporated.

 

4          Confirmation of Minutes

 

Resolution number HW/2021/172

MOVED by Member B Wichman, seconded by Member M Turinsky:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)          confirm the ordinary minutes of its meeting, held on Monday, 18 October 2021, as a true and correct record.

CARRIED

 

5          Leave of Absence

 

There were no leaves of absence.

 

6          Acknowledgements

 

There were no acknowledgements.

 

7          Petitions

 

There were no petitions.

 

8          Deputations

 

8.1

Tāmaki Estuary Environmental Forum update to Howick Local Board on the clean streams project

 

Resolution number HW/2021/173

MOVED by Member M Turinsky, seconded by Member B Wichman:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)      receive the deputation from the Tāmaki Estuary Environmental Forum and thank Julie Chambers for her attendance.

CARRIED

 

Attachments

a     Julie Chambers - Tāmaki Estuary Stream Monitoring Project - Presentation

 

8.2

Macleans Park Mountain Bike Track

 

Resolution number HW/2021/174

MOVED by Member B Wichman, seconded by Member B Kendall:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)      thank Martin Spinks for his deputation and attendance.

CARRIED

 

Attachments

a     Michael Spinks - Macleans Park Bike Track - Presentation

 

9          Public Forum

 

There was no public forum.

 

10        Extraordinary Business

 

10.1

Auckland Transport Eastern Busway Alliance Stage 3 Project

 

That the Howick Local Board:

 

Resolution number HW/2021/175

MOVED by Member M Turinsky, seconded by Member B Kendall:  

a)         consider an extraordinary item regarding the Eastern Busway Alliance          project at Item 23.1 of this agenda:

 

            i)          the reason the matter was not on the agenda is that Auckland                  Transport have not requested formal feedback from the local                              board;

 

            ii)         the reason for urgency is that consultation is about to begin and                         therefore is timely for the local board to provide formal                                   feedback.

CARRIED

 

11

Governing Body Member update

 

Resolution number HW/2021/176

MOVED by Member K Bungard, seconded by Member M Turinsky:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)      receive the verbal reports from Cr Paul Young and Cr Sharon Stewart QSM.

CARRIED

 

 

12

Chairperson's Report

 

 

 

Resolution number HW/2021/177

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson J Spiller, seconded by Member B Burns:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)      note the Chairperson’s verbal update and written report.

CARRIED

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

Grant of a new commercial licence term and use of the site at 115 Picton Street, Howick

 

Resolution number HW/2021/178

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson J Spiller, seconded by Member B Burns:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)      approve a new commercial licence term and use to Howick Village Association Incorporated over approximately 1356 square metres of the site at 115 Picton Street, Howick to continue operation as an open-air market on the following terms:

i)       The new licence term commences on 1 September 2021 with an initial term of five years with an expiry date of 31 August 2026.

ii)      Four rights of renewals of five-year terms with a final expiry date of 31 August 2046 (subject to all rights of renewals being exercised).

iii)     The new licence will contain a twelve-month termination clause in favour of Auckland Council for redevelopment purposes.

iv)     The earliest opportunity the twelve-month termination clause can be evoked is from the initial five-year term commencing 1 September 2026.

v)      The site continues to operate as open-air market use on Saturdays only.

CARRIED

 

 

14

Howick Local Grant Round Two 2021/2022 grant allocations

 

Resolution number HW/2021/179

MOVED by Member B Burns, seconded by Member B Wichman:  

That the Howick Local Board: 

a)      agree to fund, part-fund, or decline each application in Howick Local Grants Round Two 2021/2022 listed in the following table:

Application ID

Organisation

Main focus

Requesting funding for

Amount requested

Decision

LG2207-239

9 Lives Orphanage

Environment

Towards the costs of 100 female spays, 100 male neuters and 10 vet bills including medication

$10,500.00

$3,000.00

Part-fund

LG2207-213

Botany Chinese Association Incorporated

Community

Towards the costs of a website, the Dragon Boat Festival performance fee and board member communication fee

$3,125.00

$1,562.50

Part-fund

LG2207-207

Dance Therapy NZ

Arts and culture

Towards the delivery of “STARS Pakuranga” workshops between February and July 2022, including venue hire, facilitation, coordination, supervision, client support and liaison, equipment and administration costs

$5,350.00

$2,500.00

Part-fund

LG2207-201

David Riley

Arts and culture

Towards sponsorship of 50 Kainga pukapuka (home books), to be delivered to schools in Howick

$5,000.00

Decline

Require further information to support the application

LG2207-210

East Skate Club Incorporated

Sport and recreation

Towards the costs of skateboarding lessons, including coaching fees, salary costs and an indoor skatepark session

$24,192.00

$5,000.00

Part-fund

LG2207-227

Environmental Education for Resource Sustainability Trust

Environment

Towards 870 native plants and 115 recycling bins and delivery to schools and preschool in Howick

$8,417.48

Decline

Officers to work with applicant to strengthen their application

LG2207-238

Event Horizon (NZ) Limited

Events

Towards the costs of the 'Farm Cove Beach Movie Night Series', including event management, audio and visual costs, waste management, security, portaloos, and licensing rights

$67,721.20

Decline

Require more financial evidence

LG2207-219

The Scout Association of New Zealand

Community

Towards the costs of tents

$5,699.89

$2,849.95

Part-fund

LG2207-237

Harlequin Music Theatre Incorporated

Arts and culture

Towards the costs of a projector and screen

$31,755.73

$5,000.00

Part-fund

Towards purchase of equipment

LG2207-235

Highland Park Community Creche Incorporated

Community

Towards the costs of upgrading the Highland Park Community Creche

$5,436.00

$2,500.00

Part-fund

LG2207-217

Howick Gymnastic Club Incorporated

Sport and recreation

Towards the costs of school gymnastics equipment

$4,189.56

$4,189.56

LG2207-223

Howick Tourism Incorporated

Community

Towards the costs of marketing on social media

$7,000.00

$2,500.00

Part-fund

LG2207-228

Independent Living Charitable Trust

Community

Towards venue hire, catering, gratuity, PPE, cleaning products, stationery, and phone bills.

$5,553.00

$2,000.00

Part-fund

LG2207-225

John Walker Find Your Field of Dreams Foundation

Sport and recreation

Towards the costs of delivering the Community Swim programme

$25,000.00

$15,000.00

Part-fund

LG2207-214

Life Education Trust Counties Manukau

Community

Towards the delivery of the applicant's health and well-being programme, covering running costs of the mobile classrooms including educational resources, insurances and teachers' salaries

$16,767.38

$16,767.38

LG2207-242

Muskaan Care Trust NZ

Community

Towards the costs of delivering the Connecting the DOTS about your Health programme

$9,000.00

$3,000.00

Part-fund

LG2207-218

Muskaan Care Trust NZ

Community

Towards the costs of "BollyEX - Exercising to Bollywood tunes"

$8,050.00

$3,000.00

Part-fund

LG2207-211

'NAAD' CHARITABLE TRUST (NZ)

Arts and culture

Towards the cost of sound hire, professional fees, Instrument hire, videography, and venue hire

$7,000.00

$2,500.00

Part-fund

Towards venue hire

LG2207-232

Pakuranga and Howick Budgeting Service Incorporated

Community

Towards the cost of website development

$4,000.00

$4,000.00

LG2207-229

Pakuranga Athletic Club Incorporated

Sport and recreation

Towards the costs of replacing the floodlights at Yvette Williams Track at Lloyd Elsmore Park

$12,676.00

$12,676.00

LG2207-231

Rainbow Celebrating Life Trust

Community

Towards the costs of a DJ, set up and hire, insurance, 6 toilets and marketing for 'Colours of Joy'

$5,000.00

$2,500.00

Part-fund

LG2207-203

Te Tuhi Contemporary Art Trust

Community

Towards the costs of floor replacement inside cafe, kitchen aid appliances and cafe dishware

$10,340.00

$5,170.00

Part-fund

LG2207-226

The Howick Little Theatre Incorporated

Arts and culture

Towards a new Toshiba printer

$3,950.00

$3,950.00

LG2207-224

The Uxbridge Community Projects Incorporated

Community

Towards audio and camera equipment

$3,999.00

$3,999.00

LG2207-212

Youthline Auckland Charitable Trust

Community

Towards counsellor helpline training, management, and support

$5,000.00

$5,000.00

Total

 

 

 

$314,684.24

 $108,664.39

 

CARRIED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resolution number HW/2021/180

MOVED by Member B Burns, seconded by Member B Wichman:  

b)      agree to fund, part-fund, or decline each application in Howick Local Grants Round Two 2021/2022 listed in the following table: 

Application ID

Organisation

Main focus

Requesting funding for

Amount requested

Decision

LG2207-205

Aotea Sport and Recreation Association Incorporated

Community

Towards the costs of self-defense classes, equipment hire, venue hire and transport

$5,482.00

$2,500.00

Part-fund

LG2207-240

International Buddhist Trust of New Zealand (North Island)

Community

Towards the costs of 200 calligraphy pens, calligraphy paper, bodhi leaves, an outdoor banner, lotus origami puzzles, staples, rubber bands and catering

$10,000.00

$2,000.00

Part-fund

Total

 

 

 

$15,482.00

 $4,500.00

 

CARRIED

 

Member P Young declared an interest in these items and did not vote.

 

Resolution number HW/2021/181

MOVED by Chairperson A White, seconded by Member B Wichman:  

c)      agree to fund, part-fund, or decline the below application in Howick Local Grants Round Two 2021/2022 listed in the following table:

Application ID

Organisation

Main focus

Requesting funding for

Amount requested

Decision

LG2207-221

Botany & Flat Bush Ethnic Association Incorporated

Community

Towards venue hire and training fees for tai-chi classes

$4,480.00

$2,240.00

Part-fund

Member P Young and Member M Turinsky declared an interest in this item and did not vote.

CARRIED

 

 

15

National Emissions Reduction Plan Discussion Document – draft council submission

 

Resolution number HW/2021/182

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson J Spiller, seconded by Member B Wichman:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)         provides the following feedback on the National Emissions Reduction Plan             document to inform the council’s draft submission:

 

1)    There seems to be high reliance on the private sector contributing to significant reductions in CO2 given that the chart demonstrates that this represents around 30% of emissions.  The things that government, and also councils, need to consider are based on the assumption that vehicles will gradually transition into being electric powered or hydrogen powered (although that is to generate electricity for the vehicle anyway). The questions this raises are: -

 

a)           How long does the govt. intend to allow ICE vehicles to be continued to be imported if the push is to EVs?

b)          Once registered on NZ’s roads what is the expected, or permitted life span of those vehicles?

c)           What is the Govt’s intention regarding the existing EV fleet , both private and commercial, will there be a ‘Use By’ date for these?

d)          What impacts will reductions in ICE fleets have on the economy generally, and the impacts  financially of repair shops and parts suppliers, who have invested significant sums into their businesses?

e)           What are the implications for business and industry in terms of transport and freight if ICE vehicles are phased out, will suitable commercial EVs be available to replace them and what will the cost of these be?

 

2)    How will the demand for increased electricity demand be met? New Zealanders have strongly opposed the damming up of more pristine rivers, and will continue to do so, the cost to the natural environment is too great. Do we want to build new coal fired power stations to meet demand? Obviously not, as these defeat the purpose of using EVs by increasing CO2 output into the atmosphere? Will existing and emerging non-polluting technologies for power generation be investigated e.g. wind farms, solar and tidal generated power? What will be the cost of this?

3)    What will be the environmental cost of the eventual dumping of EV vehicle batteries once they reach their ‘end of life’ cycle? Will these be able to be recycled or used in some other way instead of being dumped?

4)    With regards to the non-requirement for developers to provide off-street parking for new apartment and terraced housing buildings, how is it proposed to provide adequate charging facilities for EV batteries?

5)    The recreational boating sector also needs to be part of the consideration of reducing emissions.

CARRIED

 

 

16

Submission on a proposed new national waste strategy and associated waste legislation

 

Resolution number HW/2021/183

MOVED by Chairperson A White, seconded by Member M Turinsky:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)         provides the following feedback on the Government’s proposed new waste             strategy and proposed changes to waste legislation for inclusion in an             Auckland Council submission:

 

1)          Generally supports the proposed new waste strategy and proposed changes to waste legislation.

2)          More investigation needs to occur into high tech waste elimination options like extremely high temperature furnaces that don’t pollute and are quick acting. These are in use in countries such as Norway and Japan.

3)          Supports moving to a circular economy to tackle waste problems, , for example, the more that packaging and unused products can be returned safely into the environment for re-use the better. Our government should show it’s support on the international stage for manufacturers to be required to move to more recyclable or bio-degradable packaging options. There should be a time limit on this for companies to demonstrate they understand the need for this by making change; some are already doing so and it is a strong selling point for them as markets become more environmentally conscious. however, this will need to be supported by an intense education programme where advantages and benefits are highlighted as we have become a “throw away society.”

4)          Supports the proposed vision. Our planets natural resources are finite, and quickly running out in many instances. We need to understand that we totally depend on our planet for our very existence, for instance the threat posed by the massive global decline in bee populations can’t be ignored, pollination by bees accounts for approximately one third of all food sources on our planet. Another consideration is that climate change is accelerating the loss of available potable water sources whilst the population is rowing at the same time. Water needs to be considered an extremely precious resource.

5)          Supports the six core principles:

 

a)    One suggestion we have heard is to require retailers to deal with unwanted packaging from products such as whiteware and brownware so that it doesn’t end up in the wider environment.

b)    Agree that we as individuals should clean up after ourselves and not leave problems for others, the phrase used by trampers comes to mind, take only photographs, leave only footprints.

c)    Support education programmes in schools, in fact our youth are probably the planet’s best hope, they understand the issues better than their elders in many cases and can educate older generations about the way things need to be done.

d)    Support the creation of large-scale community focussed and run recycling and recovery centres. This is an ideal way to make use of materials that would otherwise end up in landfills and also creates employment and a sense of purpose for people.

 

6)          Support the proposed approach of three broad stages between now and 2050, and the suggested timing and priorities for what to focus on at each stage. Although we feel that the phrase “widespread changes in mindset, systems and behaviour” should be brought forward to the 2022 – 2030 stage 1. This needs to happen now.

7)          The board agrees that on-going reporting on initiatives and progress around waste management needs to be done on a regular basis. This keeps authorities accountable for progress in their areas of responsibility and also keeps the matter in the public consciousness.

8)          Believes that local boards should be involved in:

 

a)      providing feedback into council regional and local waste management plans;

b)      promoting a “litter-free” environment;

c)      demonstrating effective litter management at community places and events;

d)      championing the Six Principles – particularly #4, “Take responsibility for the past, present and future condition of our natural environment”;

e)      advocating for litter processing centres;

f)       Providing assistance to environmental education programmes in schools and communities.

 

9)          Believes that there should be a stronger emphasis on enforcing current regulations for those who flout these. The message at the moment appears to be that dumping rubbish can be carried out with impunity.

10)       Given that it costs Auckland Council in excess of $1 million p.a. to deal with reported dumping maybe a different approach would be to incentivise people to use the recognised sites where rubbish can be taken. A simple way to do this would be to significantly reduce or eliminate the charge to do so – for example, $70 + currently charged is a strong deterrent to people to use transfer stations. Turn the thinking around i.e. fence at the top instead of ambulance at the bottom

11)       A stand needs to be taken on single use and throwaway products imported from overseas. These are favourable to many because they are cheap but are difficult to recycle.

12)       Support a right to return packaging to the relevant business and believes that pressure must be continue to be put on manufacturers to use minimal, and environmentally better packaging; and provide disposal/recycling instructions on labelling

13)       Supports more legal requirements to support products lasting longer and being able to be repaired. This is important, however it must not be cost prohibitive to product purchasers as this will lead to consumers purchasing cheaper options

14)       Support levies to be imposed on final disposal activities other than landfills (such as waste to energy). These could be used to finance the sort of high-tech waste disposal plants being used overseas, which can also produce energy as a by-product.

15)       Waste levy revenue should generally be spent where it is collected however consideration could be given to it being put into a contestable fund for authorities who are prepared to invest in high-tech waste disposal centres.

16)       Government should keep an overview of compliance, monitoring and enforcement, however enforcement should be at a local level to ensure responsiveness and effectiveness

17)       Tougher regulations won’t deter the recidivist offenders, however the community needs more effective and cheaper options for disposing of waste. Make it easier and more people will use it.

18)       Fines for proven offenders should be substantial, to show intent from the local authority to prosecute, and to send a strong message that illegal dumping won’t be tolerated.

19)       Provide more accessible resource recovery/recycling centres.

20)       Consider giving awards to innovative New Zealanders who develop unique and usable methods to achieve this vision.

21)       Ensure education is simple and easily understood by those with English as a second language.

CARRIED

 

 

17

Draft Contributions Policy 2021

 

Resolution number HW/2021/184

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson J Spiller, seconded by Member B Kendall:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)         provides the following feedback on the draft Contributions Policy 2021:

 

1)      generally supports the draft Contributions Policy 2021, but suggests that a tiered approach be taken to the collection of development contributions along the broad lines of – small developers being given time to pay development contributions comparable to the current policy, whilst large developers pay development contributions upfront along the lines of the proposed policy.

CARRIED

 

18

Landowner approval for mobile trading in Macleans Park and Cockle Bay Reserve

 

Resolution number HW/2021/185

MOVED by Member B Burns, seconded by Member B Wichman:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)    approve the application from Super Kool (NZ) Ltd to operate an ice cream van in the car park areas of Cockle Bay Reserve and Macleans Park for a period of three months (1 December 2021 to 28 February 2022) between 12pm and 6pm on weekends, public holidays and school holidays.

CARRIED

 

19

Three Waters Economic Regulation Submission

 

Resolution number HW/2021/186

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson J Spiller, seconded by Member B Kendall:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)      delegate Member D Collings to provide feedback for inclusion in Auckland Council’s submission on the Economic Regulation and Consumer Protection for Three Waters Services in New Zealand discussion paper to be received by no later than 6 December 2021.

CARRIED

 

20

Urgent Decision - Howick Local Board Feedback on the Resource Management Enabling Housing Supply Amendment Bill

 

Resolution number HW/2021/187

MOVED by Member M Turinsky, seconded by Member B Kendall:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)      receive the urgent decision to approve the board’s feedback on the Resource Management Enabling Housing Supply Amendment Bill to be included in Auckland Council’s submission.

CARRIED

 

 

 

21

Governance forward work calendar

 

Resolution number HW/2021/188

MOVED by Chairperson A White, seconded by Member B Burns:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)      note the governance forward work calendar included as Attachment A of the agenda report.

CARRIED

 

22

Workshop records

 

Resolution number HW/2021/189

MOVED by Member M Turinsky, seconded by Member K Bungard:  

That the Howick Local Board:

a)      note the workshop records for workshops held on 7, 14, 21 and 28 October 2021.

CARRIED

 

23        Consideration of Extraordinary Items

 

7.45pm The public was excluded.

 

C1

Auckland Transport Eastern Busway Alliance

 

 

 

MOVED by Member M Turinsky, seconded by Member B Kendall:  

a)         The Howick Local Board acknowledges:

 

1.     The Eastern Busway is an Auckland Transport project in partnership with Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, and not a Howick Local Board project.

2.     Formal feedback from the Howick Local Board regarding the Eastern Busway project has not been previously provided.

3.     The Eastern Busway Stage 3 may have significant impact on communities of interest along the Ti Rakau Drive corridor and surrounding neighbourhoods.

4.     Auckland Transport is engaging in consultation with stakeholders and the public regarding Eastern Busway Stage 3.

b)         The Howick Local Board:

 

1.     Requests that decisions, route and design relating to the Eastern Busway Stage 3 project consider the impact that geographic features and the roading network have on the communities of interest and housing supply.

2.     Requests Auckland Transport to formally confirm and provide documentation to the Howick Local Board, that in-depth investigations and assessments have been completed for the Eastern Busway Stage 3 project including:

a.     Investigating the strategic need for a project.

b.    Consulting with the community and affected landowners.

c.     Assessing options and evaluations before selecting a preferred option.

d.    Commissioning specialist assessments on project and environmental effects and how they can be avoided, managed or mitigated.

3.     Requests that the design of Eastern Busway stage 3 avoid unnecessary negative impact on council reserves.

4.     Requests that Auckland Transport provide the projected financial project budgets detailing the total cost of the various possible routes and design options of the Eastern Busway Stage 3, including those previously presented to the Howick Local Board.

5.     Requests that the results of the stakeholder and public consultation be provided to the Howick Local Board in a practicable time frame prior to the Auckland Transport Board determining their final design and route of Eastern Busway Stage 3.

 

Resolution number HW/2021/193

MOVED by Member D Collings, seconded by Member B Wichman:

Member D Collings moved an amendment to the original recommendation by adding point 6 and 7 as follows:

6.     Request Auckland Transport provide a written response as to why the busway has not been developed on Ti Rikau Drive as per the original plan.

7.     Seek confirmed clarification as to what stage the preferred design is at in relation to the current consultation process. 

CARRIED

 

Note: The substantive motion was put.

 

Resolution number HW/2021/194

MOVED by Member M Turinsky, seconded by Member B Kendall:  

 

a)         The Howick Local Board acknowledges:

 

1.     The Eastern Busway is an Auckland Transport project in partnership with Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, and not a Howick Local Board project.

2.     Formal feedback from the Howick Local Board regarding the Eastern Busway project has not been previously provided.

3.     The Eastern Busway Stage 3 may have significant impact on communities of interest along the Ti Rakau Drive corridor and surrounding neighbourhoods.

4.     Auckland Transport is engaging in consultation with stakeholders and the public regarding Eastern Busway Stage 3.

b)         The Howick Local Board:

 

1.     Requests that decisions, route and design relating to the Eastern Busway Stage 3 project consider the impact that geographic features and the roading network have on the communities of interest and housing supply.

2.     Requests Auckland Transport to formally confirm and provide documentation to the Howick Local Board, that in-depth investigations and assessments have been completed for the Eastern Busway Stage 3 project including:

a.     Investigating the strategic need for a project.

b.    Consulting with the community and affected landowners.

c.     Assessing options and evaluations before selecting a preferred option.

d.    Commissioning specialist assessments on project and environmental effects and how they can be avoided, managed or mitigated.

3.     Requests that the design of Eastern Busway stage 3 avoid unnecessary negative impact on council reserves.

4.     Requests that Auckland Transport provide the projected financial project budgets detailing the total cost of the various possible routes and design options of the Eastern Busway Stage 3, including those previously presented to the Howick Local Board.

5.     Requests that the results of the stakeholder and public consultation be provided to the Howick Local Board in a practicable time frame prior to the Auckland Transport Board determining their final design and route of Eastern Busway Stage 3.

6.     Request Auckland Transport provide a written response as to why the busway has not been developed on Ti Rikau Drive as per the original plan.

7.     Seek confirmed clarification as to what stage the preferred design is at in relation to the current consultation process.

CARRIED

 

 

 

Resolution number HW/2021/195

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson J Spiller, seconded by Chairperson A White:  

That the Howick Local Board:

 

c)         the resolution be restated on 19 November 2021 following the release of public             consultation.

CARRIED

 

 

 

8.16 pm                                              The Chairperson thanked Members for their attendance and attention to business and declared the meeting closed.

 

CONFIRMED AS A TRUE AND CORRECT RECORD AT A MEETING OF THE Howick Local Board HELD ON

 

 

 

DATE:.........................................................................

 

 

 

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