Kōmiti Mō Te Hurihanga Āhuarangi me Te Taiao / Environment and Climate Change Committee

 

OPEN MINUTES

 

 

 

Minutes of a meeting of the Environment and Climate Change Committee held in the This meeting will be held remotely and can be viewed on the Auckland Council website, https://councillive.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/ on Thursday, 2 December 2021 at 10.01am.

 

present

 

Chairperson

Cr Richard Hills

 

Deputy Chairperson

Cr Pippa Coom

Presiding

Members

Cr Josephine Bartley

 

 

Cr Dr Cathy Casey

 

 

Deputy Mayor Cr Bill Cashmore

 

 

Cr Fa’anana Efeso Collins

 

 

Cr Linda Cooper, JP

 

 

Cr Angela Dalton

 

 

Cr Chris Darby

 

 

Cr Alf Filipaina

 

 

Cr Christine Fletcher, QSO

 

 

Mayor Hon Phil Goff, CNZM, JP

 

 

Cr Shane Henderson

 

 

Cr Tracy Mulholland

 

 

Cr Daniel Newman, JP

From 10.39am, Item 8

 

Cr Greg Sayers

 

 

Cr Desley Simpson, JP

 

 

Cr Sharon Stewart, QSM

 

 

Cr Wayne Walker

 

 

Cr John Watson

 

 

IMSB Member Glenn Wilcox

From 10.17am, Item 8

 

IMSB Member Karen Wilson

 

 

Cr Paul Young

 

 

ABSENT

 

 

IMSB Member Terrence Hohneck

 

 

 


 

 

IN ATTENDANCE

 

 

Abbie Reynolds

Auckland Transport, Director

 

Wayne Donnelly

Auckland Transport, Deputy Chair

 

Nicola MacDonald

Te Pou Taiao, Chair

 

Martin Cleave

Mana Whenua Kaitiaki Forum

 

 

 

Note:   all members of the Governing Body and those presenting attended the meeting via electronic link.

 

 

 


Environment and Climate Change Committee

2 December 2021

 

 

 

 

Note:   a roll-call was conducted that ascertained the following members were in attendance at the commencement of the meeting:

 

Cr R Hills

ü

Cr S Henderson

ü

Cr J Bartley

ü

IMSB Member G Wilcox (alt)

 

Cr C Casey

ü

Cr T Mulholland

ü

Deputy Mayor BC Cashmore

ü

Cr D Newman

 

Cr E Collins

ü

Cr G Sayers

ü

Cr P Coom

ü

Cr D Simpson

ü

Cr L Cooper

ü

Cr S Stewart

ü

Cr A Dalton

ü

Cr W Walker

ü

Cr C Darby

ü

Cr J Watson

ü

Cr A Filipaina

ü

Cr P Young

ü

Cr C Fletcher

ü

IMSB Member K Wilson

ü

Mayor P Goff

ü

 

 

 

 

1          Apologies

 

There were no apologies.

 

 

2          Declaration of Interest

 

There were no declarations of interest.

 

 

3          Confirmation of Minutes

 

Resolution number ECC/2021/43

MOVED by Cr W Walker, seconded by Cr P Coom:  

That the Environment and Climate Change Committee:

a)           confirm the ordinary minutes of its meeting, held on Thursday, 14 October 2021, as a true and correct record.

CARRIED

 

 

4          Petitions

 

There were no petitions.

 

 

5          Public Input

 

There was no public input.

 

 

6          Local Board Input

 

There was no local board input.

 

 

 

7          Extraordinary Business

 

There was no extraordinary business.

 

 

 

8

Auckland Water Strategy Framework

 

IMSB Member Glenn Wilcox entered the meeting at 10.17am
Cr D Newman entered the meeting at 10.39am

 

A PowerPoint presentation and a document was provided. Copies have been placed on the official minutes and are available on the Auckland Council website as minutes attachments.

Note:   changes were made to the original recommendation, amending clause a)ii) and v), adding new clause vi) with the agreement of meeting.

 

Resolution number ECC/2021/44

MOVED by Cr P Coom, seconded by Cr L Cooper:  

That the Environment and Climate Change Committee:

a)     adopt the Auckland Water Strategy Framework consisting of:

i)             vision

ii)           treaty context

iii)         challenges

iv)         cross-cutting themes

v)           strategic shifts and associated aims and actions

vi)          implementation

b)     endorse the aims, context and actions related to each strategic shift, as set out in Attachment A of the agenda report, as the core content of the Auckland Water Strategy

c)     note that the actions related to each strategic shift may require further refinement and that the core content requires editing appropriate for an external facing document and will be brought to committee for consideration and adoption as part of the final water Auckland Water Strategy document in the first half of 2022.

CARRIED

 

Attachments

a     2 December 2021, Environment and Climate Change Committee, Item 8 Auckland Water Strategy Framework, Powerpoint Presentation



 

 

9

Transport Emissions Reduction Plan - Progress Update

 

A PowerPoint presentation and a document was provided. Copies have been placed on the official minutes and are available on the Auckland Council website as minutes attachments.

Note:   changes to the original recommendation, adding new clause e) iv) with the agreement of the meeting.

 

MOVED by Cr R Hills, seconded by Cr A Dalton:

That the Environment and Climate Change Committee:

a)      tuhi /note the progress update provided on the Transport Emissions Reduction Plan, in particular the scale of the challenge to meet Auckland’s transport emissions reduction target and that every available lever will have to be pulled as hard as possible to meet that target

b)      tuhi /note the emphasis that Auckland Transport is already placing on climate change

c)      tuhi /note that mode shift is the most powerful lever for reducing transport emissions, and that some action can be taken in advance of having an emission reduction pathway endorsed

d)      request Auckland Council staff to progress the following actions, and to report back to the Environment and Climate Change Committee in March 2022 with a progress update:

i)             an investigation into council’s own corporate mobility to ensure alignment with the Transport Emissions Reduction Plan, which would cover, amongst other things, the provision of corporate car parking

ii)            further and more detailed research into all people’s willingness and ability to change travel behaviour, taking note of the equity implications of mode shift, the barriers that people face, and the importance of a just transition

iii)          an investigation into a methodology and feasibility of a region-wide spatial assessment of access via walking, cycling and public transport

e)      request Auckland Transport and Auckland Council staff jointly progress the following for early delivery and report back to the Transport Emissions Reference Group with a progress update in March 2022:

i)             development of a public communications campaign on climate change to present a vision of a low carbon transport system and build momentum for action

ii)            a tactical behavioural change programme focused on mode shift to public transport and active modes, for implementation as soon as possible

iii)          work to ensure that all capital and renewals projects on corridors designated as part of the Future Connect active modes strategic networks include safe walking, cycling and micro-mobility infrastructure

iv)          the use of the renewals programme to deliver improved outcomes for sustainable transport modes, including a summary of work already underway, any impediments to taking this approach across the entire renewals programme, and the actions required to overcome these impediments

v)           the development of a pipeline of active and public transport projects that could be ready for delivery to capitalise on any potential funding injection from central government

vi)          an investigation into the feasibility of different options of public transport fare reductions for particular groups in advance of Government providing further details on its commitment to reducing public transport fares

vii)         an assessment of how the faster roll-out of the public transport related minor infrastructure programme could be resourced.

 

 

 

 

IMSB Member K Wilson left the meeting at 12.49pm.

 

 

 

The meeting adjourned at 12.50pm and reconvend at 12.53pm.

 

 

IMSB Member K Wilson returned to the meeting at 1.04pm.

 

 

 

Resolution number ECC/2021/45

MOVED by Cr R Hills, seconded by Cr A Dalton:  

That the Environment and Climate Change Committee:

a)      tuhi /note the progress update provided on the Transport Emissions Reduction Plan, in particular the scale of the challenge to meet Auckland’s transport emissions reduction target and that every available lever will have to be pulled as hard as possible to meet that target

b)      tuhi /note the emphasis that Auckland Transport is already placing on climate change

c)      tuhi /note that mode shift is the most powerful lever for reducing transport emissions, and that some action can be taken in advance of having an emission reduction pathway endorsed

d)      request Auckland Council staff to progress the following actions, and to report back to the Environment and Climate Change Committee in March 2022 with a progress update:

i)             an investigation into council’s own corporate mobility to ensure alignment with the Transport Emissions Reduction Plan, which would cover, amongst other things, the provision of corporate car parking

ii)           further and more detailed research into all people’s willingness and ability to change travel behaviour, taking note of the equity implications of mode shift, the barriers that people face, and the importance of a just transition

iii)         an investigation into a methodology and feasibility of a region-wide spatial assessment of access via walking, cycling and public transport

e)      request Auckland Transport and Auckland Council staff jointly progress the following for early delivery and report back to the Transport Emissions Reference Group with a progress update in March 2022:

i)             development of a public communications campaign on climate change to present a vision of a low carbon transport system and build momentum for action

ii)           a tactical behavioural change programme focused on mode shift to public transport and active modes, for implementation as soon as possible

iii)         work to ensure that all capital and renewals projects on corridors designated as part of the Future Connect active modes strategic networks include safe walking, cycling and micro-mobility infrastructure

iv)         the use of the renewals programme to deliver improved outcomes for sustainable transport modes, including a summary of work already underway, any impediments to taking this approach across the entire renewals programme, and the actions required to overcome these impediments

v)           the development of a pipeline of active and public transport projects that could be ready for delivery to capitalise on any potential funding injection from central government

vi)         an investigation into the feasibility of different options of public transport fare reductions for particular groups in advance of Government providing further details on its commitment to reducing public transport fares

vii)        an assessment of how the faster roll-out of the public transport related minor infrastructure programme could be resourced.

CARRIED

 

 

 

Note:   Pursuant to Standing Order 1.8.3, the following councillors requested their abstention be recorded on clause a):

·        Cr C Fletcher  

·        D Simpson

 

Note:   Pursuant to Standing Order 1.8.6, Cr G Sayers requested his dissenting vote against clause a) be recorded.

 

 

 

Attachments

a     2 December 2021, Environment and Climate Change Committee, Item 9 Transport Emissions Reduction Plan - Progress Update, Powerpoint Presentation

 

 

Meeting adjourned at 1.39pm and reconvened at 2.10pm.

 

 

Note:   a roll call was conducted that ascertained the following members were in attendance when the meeting reconvened:

 

Cr R Hills

ü

Cr S Henderson

 

Cr J Bartley

ü

IMSB Member G Wilcox (alt)

ü

Cr C Casey

ü

Cr T Mulholland

ü

Deputy Mayor BC Cashmore

ü

Cr D Newman

ü

Cr E Collins

 

Cr G Sayers

ü

Cr P Coom

ü

Cr D Simpson

ü

Cr L Cooper

 

Cr S Stewart

ü

Cr A Dalton

ü

Cr W Walker

 

Cr C Darby

 

Cr J Watson

ü

Cr A Filipaina

ü

Cr P Young

ü

Cr C Fletcher

ü

IMSB Member K Wilson

ü

Mayor P Goff

ü

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

10

Annual update on delivery of Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland's Climate Plan 2021

 

A PowerPoint presentation and a document was provided. Copies have been placed on the official minutes and are available on the Auckland Council website as minutes attachments.

Note:   changes to the original recommendation, adding new clauses b) and c) with the agreement of the meeting.

 

Cr L Cooper and Cr S Henderson returned to the meeting at 2.12pm.

Cr C Darby returned to the meeting at 2.13pm.
Cr W Walker returned to the meeting at 2.14pm.

 

 

Resolution number ECC/2021/46

MOVED by Cr P Coom, seconded by Cr R Hills:  

That the Environment and Climate Change Committee:

a)      riro / receive the Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland's Climate Plan Progress Report, November 2021 included as Attachment A of the agenda report

b)      tuhi / note despite the progress being made, as shown in the Progress Report, Auckland’s emission are not remotely tracking in line with the target to reduce emissions by 50 percent by 2030.

c)      tuhi / note work on the Transport Emissions Reduction Plan shows the stark reality of the scale of the challenge and the level of intervention required and that more work and investment will be required.

d)      tuhi / note that the publication of future progress reports will align with the Auckland Plan 2050 and Annual Plan monitoring and reporting cycles (future progress reports to be published around September 2022 depending on committee dates)

CARRIED

 

Attachments

a     2 December 2021, Environment and Climate Change Committee, Item 10 Annual update on delivery of Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland's Climate Plan 2021, Powerpoint Presentation

 

 

 

11

Allocation of the 2021/2022 Regional Environment and Natural Heritage Grant

 

A PowerPoint presentation and a document was provided. Copies have been placed on the official minutes and are available on the Auckland Council website as minutes attachments.

 

Resolution number ECC/2021/47

MOVED by Cr A Filipaina, seconded by Cr R Hills:  

That the Environment and Climate Change Committee:

a)      approve the grant allocations for the 2021/2022 Regional Environment and Natural Heritage Grant programme funding round, as listed below and detailed in Attachment B of the agenda report:

Applicant

Project title

Amount recommended

Projects funded through Regional Environment and Natural Heritage grants budget and Natural Environment Targeted Rate

Makaurau Marae Māori Trust

Pest Free Ihumātao

Total: $60,000

RENH: 2021/22 $20,000, 2022/23 $20,000

NETR: 2021/22 $20,000

Kaipātiki Project Incorporated

Investigations of kākahi in Kaipātiki and Upper Waitematā streams

Total: $40,000

RENH: 2021/22 $15,000, 2022/23 $10,000, 2023/24 $10,000

NETR: 2021/22 $5,000

EcoQuest Education Foundation

Te rapu nga pekapeka o Franklin: Finding Franklin Bats

Total: $9,000

RENH: 2021/22 $5,000

NETR: $4,000

Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society NZ Incorporated

Pest Free Hibiscus Coast: Tikanga Aotūroa Māori / Community Hubs

Total: $79,284

RENH: 2021/22 $20,000 2022/23 $20,000 2023/24 $20,000

NETR: 2021/22: $19,284

Community Waitakere Charitable Trust

Pekapeka in the North West - Where are the bats?

Total: $28,645

RENH: 2021/22 $10,000, 2022/23 $5,000

NETR: 2021/22 $13,645

Takatu Landcare Group Incorporated

Ecological Restoration Plan and Pilot Project

Total: $49,000

RENH 2021/22 $20,000, 2022/23 $5,000, 2023/24 $5,000

NETR 2021/22 $19,000

Matuku Reserve Trust Board

A wetland for all - restoration and education

Total: $52,500

RENH 2021/22 $15,000, 2022/23 $15,000, 2023/24 $15,000

NETR 2021/22 $7,500

Manaia Properties Limited

Remote Trap Sensoring

Total: $7,133

RENH 2021/22 $5,000

NETR 2021/22 $2,133

Recreation Solutions Limited

Pourewa Valley Integrated Plan Restoration Plan

Total: $34,500

RENH 2021/22 $7,500, 2022/23 $10,000 2023/24 $10,000

NETR 2021/22 $7,000

Friends of Te Wairoa Catchment Incorporated

Te Wairoa Native Plant Education Program

Total: $25,694

RENH 2021/22 $8,000 2022/23 $10,000

NETR 2021/22 $7,694

EcoQuest Education Foundation

Fish community assessment following fish-passage enhancement in the Hūnua Ranges

Total: $23,500

RENH 2021/22 $10,000 2022/23 $6,000

NETR 2021/22 $7,500

The Waiheke Resources Trust

Love Our Wetlands

Total: $33,000

RENH 2021/22 $18,000
NETR
2021/22 $15,000

Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society, Hauraki Islands Branch

Forest & Bird Hauraki Branch - Te Ngahere Project

Total: $40,000

RENH 2021/22 $15,000 2022/23 $15,000 2023/24 $5,000

NETR 2021/22 $5,000

The Ngāti Tamaoho Trust

 

 

Tiaki Taiao Tamaoho

Total: $36,000

RENH 2021/22 $15,000

NETR 2021/22 $21,000

Applicant

Project title

Amount recommended

Pou Tāngata Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki Community Development Trust

Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki Motu Kaitiakitanga

Total: $90,000

RENH 2021/22 $25,000; 2022/23 $25,000, 2023/24 $25,000

NETR 2021/22 $15,000

Shorebirds Trust

Te Arai/Pakiri North Predator Control Buffer Zone Stage 2.

Total: $31,500

RENH 2021/22 $17,000
NETR
2021/22 $14,500

Kaipātiki Project Incorporated

Investigations of discrete Titiwai colonies in the Eskdale Reserve Network.

Total: $14,000

RENH 2021/22 $9,000

NETR 2021/22 $5,000

Restore Hibiscus and Bays Incorporated

Catchment-scale stream restoration, pest plant control and predator eradication programme

Total: $22,000

RENH 2021/22 $15,000
NETR
2021/22 $7,000

The Windy Hill - Rosalie Bay Catchment Trust

Windy Hill Sanctuary Weed and Track Team

Total: $32,760

RENH 2021/22 $15,000
NETR 2021/22 $17,760

Conservation Volunteers New Zealand

Ecological Enhancement of the Awaawaroa Wetland Reserve

Total: $22,500

RENH 2021/22 $15,000
NETR 2021/22 $7,500

Karekare Ratepayers and Residents Trust

Karekare Landcare - 2020/2021 equipment & bait

Total: $15,686

RENH 2021/22 $5,000
NETR
2021/22 $10,686

South Titirangi Neighbourhood Network under the umbrella of Gecko Limited

Neighbourhood Restoration and Urban Sanctuary Project

Total: $22,500

RENH 2021/22 $7,500

NETR 2021/22 $15,000

Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society NZ Incorporated

South-East Wildlink

Total: $12,000

RENH 2021/22 $2,000

NETR 2021/22 $10,000

Kauri Rescue Trust

Kauri Rescue in the Auckland Region

Total: $37,500

RENH 2021/22 $7,500

NETR 2021/22 $30,000

Projects funded through the Natural Environment Targeted Rate

Waiheke Collective under the umbrella of the Waiheke Resources Trust

Waiheke Collective coordinator role

Total: $10,500

NETR 2021/22 $10,500

Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand - Warkworth Area Branch

Forest & Bird Warkworth Area Little Blue Penguin Kororā Project

Total: $5,000

NETR 2021/22 $5,000

Mahu West Pest under the umbrella of Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand Incorporated

 

 

Region-wide Endangered Long-tailed Bat Biodiversity Research Project

Total: $5,000

NETR 2021/22 $5,000

Applicant

Project title

Amount recommended

Pest Free Coatesville

Pest Free Coatesville

Total: $7,500

NETR 2021/22 $7,500

The Windy Hill Rosalie Bay Catchment Trust

Aotea Community Native Plant Nursery - facility improvements

Total: $6,144

NETR 2021/22 $6,144

Motu Kaikoura Trust

Motu Kaikoura Biodiversity Surveys

Total: $5,000

NETR 2021/22 $5,000

Leigh Community Club Incorporated

Pest Free Leigh - Rural Expansion project

Total: $10,000

NETR 2021/22 $10,000

Scow Incorporated

Project Weta

Total: $5,819

NETR 2021/22 $5,819

Projects funded through Regional Environment and Natural Heritage grants budget and community climate action grant budget

Whakaupoko West Franklin Land Care Group

Green Trails - Connecting Communities - Creating biodiversity corridors

Total: $38,000

RENH: 2021/22 $25,000

Climate action: 2021/22 $13,000

Tāmaki WRAP Charitable Trust

Tāmaki Urban Market Garden

Total: $20,000

RENH: 2021/22 $13,000

Climate action: 2021/22 $7,000

The Auckland King Tides Initiative under the umbrella of the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand Incorporated

Auckland King Tides Initiative Live Lightly School/Community Workshop Delivery

Total: $36,000

RENH: 2021/22 $20,000
Climate action:
2021/22 $16,000

Whenua Warrior Charitable Trust

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Side600

Total: $36,000

RENH: 2021/22 $10,000
Climate action: 2021/22 $26,000

EcoMatters Environment Trust

Community Bike Hub expansion

Total: $26,000

RENH: 2021/22 $15,000

Climate action: 2021/22 $11,000

Sport Waitakere Trust

West Auckland Urban Farming Feasibility Study

Total: $32,000

RENH 2021/22 $20,000

Climate action 2021/22 $12,000

Tread Lightly Charitable Trust

Tread Lightly Caravan 2022

Total: $32,000

RENH 2021/22 $15,000

Climate action 2021/22 $17,000

Re-Creators Charitable Trust

Upcycled Gardening for Communities

Total: $20,000

RENH 2021/22 $10,000

Climate action 2021/22 $10,000

Kelmarna Community Garden Trust

Regenerative market garden, growing local food through Community Supported Agriculture

Total: $25,000

RENH 2021/22 $15,000

Climate action 2021/22 $10,000

Bike Avondale under the umbrella of Avondale Community Action Charitable Trust

'"GO Bike Avondale GO"

Total: $25,000

RENH 2021/22 $15,000

Climate action 2021/22 $10,000

Kaipātiki Project Incorporated

Sustainable Living Community Education & Engagement

Total: $24,769

RENH 2021/22 $8,769

Climate action 2021/22 $16,000

The Community Builders NZ Trust

Wheels and Wellbeing

Total: $31,000

RENH 2021/22 $12,000
Climate action
2021/22 $19,000

Applicant

Project title

Amount recommended

Projects funded through the community climate action grant budget

Community Collective Limited

Sustainable Living Festival: Community Power and Climate Action

Total: $20,000

Climate action 2021/22 $20,000

Otahuhu College Board of Trustees

Otahuhu College Community Garden Project

Total: $8,000

Climate action 2021/22 $8,000

Sustainable Papakura

Papakura Foraging Tours

Total: $5,000

Climate action 2021/22 $5,000

Projects funded through Regional Environment and Natural Heritage grants budget

Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust

Restoring the mauri of the Whau

Total: $5,000

RENH 2021/22 $5,000

 

CARRIED

 

Attachments

a     2 December 2021, Environment and Climate Change Committee, Item 11 Allocation of the 2021/2022 Regional Environment and Natural Heritage Grant,  Powerpoint Presentation

 

 

12

Allocation of the 2021/2022 Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund

 

Cr E Collins returned to the meeting at 3.16pm.

 

Resolution number ECC/2021/48

MOVED by Cr D Simpson, seconded by Cr A Filipaina:  

That the Environment and Climate Change Committee:

a)      tuhi / note the information contained in this report on allocation of funds to medium and large (over $5,000) grant applications for the Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund 2021/2022 funding round.

b)      tuhi / note that allocations for the Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund 2021/2022 funding round will be presented for decision-making in the confidential section of this meeting.

CARRIED

 

 

13

Summary of Environment and Climate Change Committee information memoranda and briefings (including forward work programme) - 2 December 2021

 

Resolution number ECC/2021/49

MOVED by Cr P Coom, seconded by Cr E Collins:  

That the Environment and Climate Change Committee:

a)      tuhi / note the progress on the forward work programme included as Attachment A of the agenda report.

b)      riro / receive the Summary of Environment and Climate Change Committee information items and briefings – 2 December 2021.

CARRIED

 

 

14        Consideration of Extraordinary Items

 

There was no consideration of extraordinary items.

 

 

15        Procedural motion to exclude the public

Resolution number ECC/2021/50

MOVED by Cr P Coom, seconded by Cr A Dalton:  

That the Environment and Climate Change Committee:

a)      exclude the public from the following part(s) of the proceedings of this meeting.

The general subject of each matter to be considered while the public is excluded, the reason for passing this resolution in relation to each matter, and the specific grounds under section 48(1) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 for the passing of this resolution follows.

This resolution is made in reliance on section 48(1)(a) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 and the particular interest or interests protected by section 6 or section 7 of that Act which would be prejudiced by the holding of the whole or relevant part of the proceedings of the meeting in public, as follows:

 

C1       CONFIDENTIAL: Allocation of the 2021/2022 Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund

Reason for passing this resolution in relation to each matter

Particular interest(s) protected (where applicable)

Ground(s) under section 48(1) for the passing of this resolution

The public conduct of the part of the meeting would be likely to result in the disclosure of information for which good reason for withholding exists under section 7.

s7(2)(h) - The withholding of the information is necessary to enable the local authority to carry out, without prejudice or disadvantage, commercial activities.

In particular, the report contains sensitive information about some commercial applications that should not be released to competitors.

s48(1)(a)

The public conduct of the part of the meeting would be likely to result in the disclosure of information for which good reason for withholding exists under section 7.

 

The text of these resolutions is made available to the public who are present at the meeting and form part of the minutes of the meeting.

CARRIED

 

 

 

3.29pm            The public was excluded.

 

 

Resolutions in relation to the confidential items are recorded in the confidential section of these minutes and are not publicly available.

 

 

3.59pm            The public was re-admitted.

 


 

 

 

restatementS

 

It was resolved while the public was excluded:

 

 

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CONFIDENTIAL: Allocation of the 2021/2022 Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund

 

Resolution number ECC/2021/51

MOVED by Cr A Filipaina, seconded by Cr L Cooper:  

b)      note that the agenda report, Attachment B of the agenda report and resolutions will remain confidential until reasons for confidentiality no longer exist.

 

 

 

 

 

3.59 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 Environment and Climate Change Committee HELD ON

 

 

 

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