Kaipātiki Local Board

 

OPEN MINUTES

 

 

 

Minutes of a meeting of the Kaipātiki Local Board held in the Kaipātiki Local Board Office, 90 Bentley Avenue, Glenfield on Wednesday, 18 October 2023 at 10.25am.

 

Te Hunga kua Tae mai | present

 

Chairperson

John Gillon

 

Deputy Chairperson

Danielle Grant, JP

 

Members

Paula Gillon

 

 

Erica Hannam

 

 

Melanie Kenrick

Via electronic attendance

 

Tim Spring

Via electronic attendance

 

Dr Janet Tupou

Via electronic attendance

 

Adrian Tyler

 

 


Kaipātiki Local Board

18 October 2023

 

 

 

1          Nau mai | Welcome

 

The Chairperson opened the meeting, welcomed those in attendance followed by Member

Adrian Tyler leading the meeting with a karakia.

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2          Ngā Tamōtanga | Apologies

 

There were no apologies.

 

 

3          Te Whakapuaki i te Whai Pānga | Declaration of Interest

 

There were no declarations of interest.

 

 

4          Te Whakaū i ngā Āmiki | Confirmation of Minutes

 

Resolution number KT/2023/181

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson D Grant, seconded by Member T Spring:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          confirm the ordinary minutes of its meeting, held on Wednesday, 20 September 2023, as true and correct.

CARRIED

 

 

5          He Tamōtanga Motuhake | Leave of Absence

 

There were no leaves of absence.

 

 

6          Te Mihi | Acknowledgements

 

There were no acknowledgements.

 

 

7          Ngā Petihana | Petitions

 

There were no petitions.

 

8          Ngā Tono Whakaaturanga | Deputations

 

8.1

North Shore Baseball Club

 

Camryn Brown, Vice President of North Shore Baseball Club, was in attendance to address the board on this item.

 

 

Resolution number KT/2023/182

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson D Grant, seconded by Member E Hannam:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          receive the deputation from North Shore Baseball Club and thank Camryn Brown for his attendance and presentation.

b)         refer the presentation to Parks and Community Facilities staff and request an update on drainage of the field, Watercare pipes and the status of Denby lane building.

CARRIED

 

9          Te Matapaki Tūmatanui  | Public Forum

 

There was no public forum.

 

 

10        Ngā Pakihi Autaia | Extraordinary Business

 

There was no extraordinary business.

 

11

Approval of Northcote community hub services and integration into Cadness Reserve

 

Kate Cumberpatch, Priority Location Director, Eke Panuku Development and Kimberly Rees, Service and Asset Planning Specialist, were in attendance to address the board on this item.

 

 

Resolution number KT/2023/183

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson D Grant, seconded by Chairperson J Gillon:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          approve the following services and spaces to be included in the design of the new, integrated, multi-purpose Northcote community hub, within the approximately 1,500 square metre footprint:

i)           library services, meeting rooms and public-use spaces of approximately 815m2 (minimum of 630m2 for the library)

ii)         one dedicated gallery/operating space of approximately 200m2 for NorthArt (that can be modified to community-use space if required in the future)

iii)        dedicated operating space of approximately 110m2 -150m2 in total for the following service providers (that can be modified to accommodate future community services if required):

A)         Citizens Advice Bureau Northcote (minimum of 35m2)

B)         Northcote Plunket (minimum of 15m2)

C)         Hearts and Minds New Zealand Incorporated (minimum of 60m2).

b)         request that both of the NorthArt and Hearts and Minds New Zealand Incorporated operating spaces include after hours access so they can each operate independently.

c)          request staff to develop individual agreements for shared hub operations with the following community service providers:

A)         Citizens Advice Bureau Northcote

B)         Northcote Plunket

C)         Hearts and Minds New Zealand Incorporated

D)         NorthArt Incorporated.

d)         delegate to the Kaipātiki Local Board Chairperson, in consultation with the Deputy Chairperson, the approval of the individual agreements for the shared hub operations with the community service providers as outlined in clause c).

e)          approve staff developing individual agreements for shared hub operations with the following community service providers, to be approved with the Kaipātiki Local Board Chairperson, in consultation with the Deputy Chairperson:

A)         Citizens Advice Bureau Northcote

B)         Northcote Plunket

C)         Hearts and Minds New Zealand Incorporated

D)         NorthArt Incorporated.

f)           note that the former Northcote Senior Citizens Hall/Kaipātiki Community Facilities Trust hub on the corner of College Road and Ernie Mays Street was acquired in June 2023 by Eke Panuku to provide temporary accommodation or alternative temporary accommodation for the displaced service providers.

g)         approve the new multi-purpose community hub being complimentary to, and integrated with, the outdoor space in Cadness Reserve.

h)         note that the local board has delegated authority to approve the hub concept and detailed designs, as the next decision points for this project, anticipated to be in April 2024.

i)           request the provision of parking for seniors, disability, parents with prams, couriers and loading zones, in the immediate proximity to the Northcote community hub, as per our previous resolutions of the local board.

CARRIED

 

Note: Under Standing Order 1.9.7 Member P Gillon requested her vote be recorded against this motion.


 

 

12

Update on Joint Council-controlled Organisation Engagement Plans, work programme items (Jul-Sep 2023) and expected milestones (Oct-Dec 2023)

 

Resolution number KT/2023/184

MOVED by Chairperson J Gillon, seconded by Member P Gillon:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          receive the council-controlled organisation update on engagement plans, the work programme (Jul-Sep 2023) and anticipated milestones and engagement approaches for Quarter Two (Oct-Dec 2023).

b)         acknowledge that the Council family is experiencing rapid organisational changes which makes it difficult for CCOs to engage meaningfully with Local Boards.

c)          request a future workshop with all CCOs in quarter three to discuss and agree upon best practice engagement with the Kaipātiki Local Board. 

d)         are disappointed and concerned that CCO engagement plans are not continuing, and note that they were part of an effort to improve the relationship between local boards and CCOs.

e)          note that the loss of engagement plans follows the loss of monthly reporting to local boards from Auckland Transport.

f)           note the following statement from the Review of Auckland Council’s Council-Controlled Organisations 2020:
“CCOs’ interactions with local boards does not result in effective accountability. CCOs largely inform local boards about projects in their area rather than seek real input into their design. CCOs are also not sufficiently responsive to local boards’ concerns and do not co-ordinate their efforts in local board areas with other CCOs. The time has come for local boards and senior CCO managers to sit down and thrash out a more meaningful way of working together.”

g)         note that a closer working relationship between CCOs and local boards provides insights into local issues/hazards or opportunities that can be shared in a timely manner, from the local board members to the CCO staff. There have been numerous times when local board input and greater awareness of local conditions has assisted various CCO projects.

h)         request that council staff work with the Council-Controlled Organisations to establish an engagement process that ensures the findings and recommendations from the Review of Auckland Council’s Council-Controlled Organisations 2020 are actioned, including:

i)           a common understanding of accountability between CCOs and local boards,

ii)         improved coordination of CCO actions at the local level, and

iii)        cementing relations between CCOs and local boards and that this is workshopped and agreed with local boards. 

i)           advocate to the Governing Body to direct CCOs to report against Local Board Plans and the projects included within them.

j)           refer this resolution to the Council-Controlled Organisation Direction and Oversight Committee. 

CARRIED

 

13

Katoa, Ka Ora - draft Auckland Speed Management Plan 2024-2027

 

Resolution number KT/2023/185

MOVED by Chairperson J Gillon, seconded by Member P Gillon:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the summary of public consultation feedback received on the proposed Katoa, Ka Ora speed limit changes (refer to Attachment D of the agenda report).

b)         express concern received from residents there was no explicit option in the online public consultation to oppose the proposal.

c)          note AT’s responses to previous local board queries about Katoa, Ka Ora (refer to Attachment A of the agenda report).

d)         note AT’s legal obligations under the Land Transport Rule: Setting of Speed Limits 2022 (Rule) and that the Rule requires that any schools that do not already have a permanent or variable speed limit of 30 km/h during school travel periods, (or have a speed limit of 40km/h or a variable speed limit of 40km/h), must have either a permanent speed limit of 30 km/h or a variable speed limit of 30km/h during school travel periods set as part of this plan (being the next plan following the adoption of the Rule). A reasonable effort must be made that roads outside at least 40% of schools comply with this by 30 June 2024, and that all roads outside schools must comply with this by 31 December 2027.

e)          support the location and scope of the proposed permanent 30km/h speed limit changes identified for this local board area in the vicinity of Beach Haven shops (with an extension of 100m along Sunnyhaven Ave) and Birkenhead Village shops (refer to Attachment C and Attachment E of the agenda report). 

f)           support the location and scope of the proposed variable 30 km/h speed limit outside schools identified for this local board area (refer to Attachment C and Attachment E of the agenda report) with the following changes:

i)           oppose any reduction in speed limit on Onewa Road outside Northcote College. If safety is an issue outside Northcote College, then we propose barriers similar to further along Onewa Road or on Lake Road outside Northcote School.

ii)         support a variable speed limit of 30 km/h on Kauri Glen Road outside Northcote College, as this is the main drop-off/pick-up area for students.

iii)        oppose any reduction in speed limit on Onewa Road outside St Mary’s School.

iv)        support a variable speed limit of 30 km/h on Gladstone Road outside St Mary’s School.

v)         oppose any reduction in speed limit on Onewa Road outside Northcote School.

vi)        support a variable speed limit of 30 km/h on Nutsey Avenue outside Northcote School, as this is the main drop-off/pick-up area for students.

g)         support speed limit review near schools that do not have current or proposed safe speed limits for Glenfield College, Beach Haven School, and Chelsea Primary School.

h)         refer the additional locations requested in public consultation feedback in Attachment C of the agenda report to a local board workshop.

CARRIED

 

Note: Under Standing Order 1.9.7 Member M Kenrick requested her vote be recorded against clause f) i), f) iii) and f) v).

 

 

 

Adjournment of Meeting

Resolution number KT/2023/186

MOVED by Chairperson J Gillon, seconded by Deputy Chairperson D Grant:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          agree to adjourn the meeting at 11.48am for five minutes.  

CARRIED

 

Meeting reconvened at 11.58am.

 

14

Feedback on the draft Auckland Regional Public Transport Plan

 

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson D Grant, seconded by Member E Hannam:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          support the general direction of the draft Auckland Regional Public Transport Plan 2023-2031 (RPTP).

b)          note the 157 submissions from the Kaipātiki Local Board area on the draft RPTP.

c)          oppose the closure of the Northcote Ferry service, for the following reasons:

i)           Local residents want to use the service and would use it more often if service level was enhanced - sailings were increased and made reliable. 

ii)          Until the Covid-19 lockdowns, parking spaces on Queen Street from the roundabout to the Northcote Wharf were full every day. Since that time, the services have been severely degraded which has resulted in a loss of confidence in the service and substantially fewer passengers using the service.

iii)         40 residents visited the community open day on Thursday 10 August, organised by two local board members. The feedback from frustrated former ferry users comprised the following:

A)         Because Auckland Transport had changed the ferry timetable, the service no longer fitted their work hours as the ferry now arrived either too early or too late.

B)         Residents spoke about being trapped in the city, having taken a pet or bicycles on the ferry and found they couldn't get back because of cancellations. Taxis and Ubers may not take pets - it's up to the driver's discretion. In one case a family of four with bicycles were unable to get back because of ferry cancellation, and had to instead catch a bus back to their home and then drive to the CBD to collect their family and bicycles. This does not provide would-be users with certainty. 

C)         Significant investment was made into the rebuild of the Northcote Point Ferry Wharf which residents view as a waste if this ferry service is closed.

D)         The Northcote ferry service is part of the integrated cycle network between the North Shore and the CBD. Commuter cyclists use the ferry and are frustrated that the service has been made unreliable as it forces them to cycle to Devonport as the best alternative, or not cycle at all. Birkenhead does not suit many cyclists because the access roads are steep.

E)         Significant investment has been put into the Northcote Safe Cycle Way which connects the Northcote Wharf to Takapuna. Residents view this investment as wasted if the Ferry service is no longer available.

iv)         We know similar feedback as the above was given to AT staff at the AT drop-in on Saturday 12 August, and through submissions to AT.

d)          support the new frequent route 994, made up of 94B and 94V, to connect the growing Northcote area to the Northcote Busway, Takapuna and Highbury.

e)          request a frequent bus service to link Akoranga Station with Northcote Town Centre and Smales Farm bus station to promote patronage of bus use by Northcote Town users. With an additional 7,000 residents expected to move into Northcote Central over the next three years, frequent and safe service to the bus stations is essential.  Therefore,

f)           request more frequent East/West bus services from the Kaipātiki Local Board area to Smales Farm, Takapuna, Devonport, and Albany. We note the large number of students from Kaipātiki that study, work and access recreational and sporting activities across the North Shore, and the increasing demand for transport to the Smales Farm and North Shore Hospital.

g)          request that improvements are made to bus shelter facilities within the CBD for the Northern bound buses, to include:

i)           all-weather shelter for users, large enough to adequately cover public transport users who are attending a major event, such as concerts, large sporting events, etc,

ii)          access to toilet facilities at the most frequently used stops,

iii)         adequate Wi-Fi and power charging stations, and

iv)         adequate seating

h)          request more frequent East/West bus services from the Kaipātiki Local Board area to Smales Farm, Takapuna and Albany. We note that the Smales Farm bus station is more centrally located for the Kaipātiki area than the Akoranga bus station as the main connection to the Northern Bus way, particularly if users are travelling North or visiting North Shore Hospital.

i)            remain opposed to congestion charges as they will have an unfair impact on Kaipātiki residents who need to travel through the City Centre for work in the Southern part of Auckland. Limited bus services and long travel times can make public transport a non-viable option.

j)            support a weekly public transport fare cap that will apply automatically. We request the inclusion of bus, rail and ferry fares as an integrated package.

k)          support the provision of a park and ride facility within the Kaipātiki Local Board area to support and encourage the use of buses.

 

 

Member P Gillon proposed the following amendment by way of addition.

 

 

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

l)            request the trial of direct bus services from Kaipātiki to employment/tertiary education hubs outside of the North Shore, for example to south, east and/or west, in consultation with the Kaipātiki Local Board, to reduce travel times and congestion on Onewa Road.

 

 

The Chairperson requested an adjournment.

 

 

Resolution number KT/2023/187

MOVED by Chairperson J Gillon, seconded by Deputy Chairperson D Grant:

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          agree to adjourn the meeting at 12.21pm for five minutes.

 

 

The meeting adjourned at 12.21pm and reconvened at 12.25pm.

 

 

Resolution number KT/2023/188

MOVED by Member P Gillon, seconded by Member J Tupou:   

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

l)           request the trial of direct bus services from Kaipātiki to employment/tertiary education hubs outside of the North Shore, for example to south, east and/or west, in consultation with the Kaipātiki Local Board, to reduce travel times and congestion on Onewa Road.

CARRIED

 

Chairperson J Gillon put the substantive motion.

 

 

Resolution number KT/2023/189

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson D Grant, seconded by Member E Hannam:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          support the general direction of the draft Auckland Regional Public Transport Plan 2023-2031 (RPTP).

b)         note the 157 submissions from the Kaipātiki Local Board area on the draft RPTP.

c)          oppose the closure of the Northcote Ferry service, for the following reasons:

i)           Local residents want to use the service and would use it more often if service level was enhanced - sailings were increased and made reliable. 

ii)         Until the Covid-19 lockdowns, parking spaces on Queen Street from the roundabout to the Northcote Wharf were full every day. Since that time, the services have been severely degraded which has resulted in a loss of confidence in the service and substantially fewer passengers using the service.

iii)        40 residents visited the community open day on Thursday 10 August, organised by two local board members. The feedback from frustrated former ferry users comprised the following:

A)         Because Auckland Transport had changed the ferry timetable, the service no longer fitted their work hours as the ferry now arrived either too early or too late.

B)         Residents spoke about being trapped in the city, having taken a pet or bicycles on the ferry and found they couldn't get back because of cancellations. Taxis and Ubers may not take pets - it's up to the driver's discretion. In one case a family of four with bicycles were unable to get back because of ferry cancellation, and had to instead catch a bus back to their home and then drive to the CBD to collect their family and bicycles. This does not provide would-be users with certainty. 

C)         Significant investment was made into the rebuild of the Northcote Point Ferry Wharf which residents view as a waste if this ferry service is closed.

D)         The Northcote ferry service is part of the integrated cycle network between the North Shore and the CBD. Commuter cyclists use the ferry and are frustrated that the service has been made unreliable as it forces them to cycle to Devonport as the best alternative, or not cycle at all. Birkenhead does not suit many cyclists because the access roads are steep.

E)         Significant investment has been put into the Northcote Safe Cycle Way which connects the Northcote Wharf to Takapuna. Residents view this investment as wasted if the Ferry service is no longer available.

iv)        We know similar feedback as the above was given to AT staff at the AT drop-in on Saturday 12 August, and through submissions to AT.

d)         support the new frequent route 994, made up of 94B and 94V, to connect the growing Northcote area to the Northcote Busway, Takapuna and Highbury.

e)          request a frequent bus service to link Akoranga Station with Northcote Town Centre and Smales Farm bus station to promote patronage of bus use by Northcote Town users. With an additional 7,000 residents expected to move into Northcote Central over the next three years, frequent and safe service to the bus stations is essential.  Therefore,

f)           request more frequent East/West bus services from the Kaipātiki Local Board area to Smales Farm, Takapuna, Devonport, and Albany. We note the large number of students from Kaipātiki that study, work and access recreational and sporting activities across the North Shore, and the increasing demand for transport to the Smales Farm and North Shore Hospital.

g)         request that improvements are made to bus shelter facilities within the CBD for the Northern bound buses, to include:

i)           all-weather shelter for users, large enough to adequately cover public transport users who are attending a major event, such as concerts, large sporting events, etc,

ii)         access to toilet facilities at the most frequently used stops,

iii)        adequate Wi-Fi and power charging stations, and

iv)        adequate seating

h)         request more frequent East/West bus services from the Kaipātiki Local Board area to Smales Farm, Takapuna and Albany. We note that the Smales Farm bus station is more centrally located for the Kaipātiki area than the Akoranga bus station as the main connection to the Northern Bus way, particularly if users are travelling North or visiting North Shore Hospital.

i)           remain opposed to congestion charges as they will have an unfair impact on Kaipātiki residents who need to travel through the City Centre for work in the Southern part of Auckland. Limited bus services and long travel times can make public transport a non-viable option.

j)           support a weekly public transport fare cap that will apply automatically. We request the inclusion of bus, rail and ferry fares as an integrated package.

k)          support the provision of a park and ride facility within the Kaipātiki Local Board area to support and encourage the use of buses.

l)           request the trial of direct bus services from Kaipātiki to employment/tertiary education hubs outside of the North Shore, for example to south, east and/or west, in consultation with the Kaipātiki Local Board, to reduce travel times and congestion on Onewa Road.

CARRIED

 

 

15

Local board feedback on Emergency Management Bill

 

Resolution number KT/2023/190

MOVED by Member J Tupou, seconded by Member T Spring:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          support the continuation of Auckland Council being the sole local authority of Auckland’s Civil Defence and Emergency Management Committee.

b)         generally supports the Emergency Management Bill and the replacement of the Civil Defence Emergency Management Act 2002 and provides the following feedback into the development of Auckland Council’s submission on the Bill:

i)           overall the changes will allow for a better response to emergencies which reflects and recognises the roles different stakeholders already have in our current emergency response.

ii)         request that there is a greater articulation of the role of central government, local boards and local communities within the Bill.

iii)        support greater involvement of Māori in local Emergency Management Committee plans by having a place on the committee, noting that Iwi and Marae played a role in providing emergency support in the Kaipātiki area during the January weather events.

iv)        note the recognition of the role Iwi and Māori play in emergency response as being reflective of the preexisting involvement Māori in community-lead emergency response.

v)         request that Emergency Management Committees engage with community stakeholders, identify those disproportionately affected by emergencies, and better provide for their needs.

vi)        support the intention of the Bill to integrate national and local emergency management planning but are concerned that much of the focus of the Bill is on regional planning, when many emergencies should also be managed at a local level.

vii)      recommend that local boards in Auckland have a greater role that includes - but goes beyond - advocacy and being a conduit of information, and should include planning.

viii)     recommend that local board area emergency planning is developed in collaboration with communities (community-led, but professionally supported by Council staff).

ix)        notes that other community members have also delivered a strong local response in the recent extreme weather events and that early engagement and participation should be sought more broadly across different communities, as appropriate on regional plans.

x)         propose a change of wording from ‘Lifeline Utilities’ to ‘Critical Infrastructure’, to better reflect the vulnerabilities of communities. We note that Kaipātiki has many cliffside streets and easily congestible main arterial routes to grapple with during an emergency.

xi)        Note that the development of sector-specific plans to allow for a better response to geographically hindered areas.

xii)      support the management of concurrent emergencies, so that the response and preparedness between emergencies are smooth and efficient.

xiii)     supports the ability to impose infringements on those that recklessly break the rules that have been set in place to ensure the safety of others during a civil defence emergency.

xiv)     strongly support the National Emergency Management Plan being available on a public website and being able to be updated seamlessly.

xv)      strongly supports a link between the bill and the Climate Change Response Act 2002, and any new climate legislation that comes up involving managing hazards.

xvi)     recommends a mechanism in the bill to encourage ongoing sharing of best practice between regions and organisations.

xvii)   acknowledge that good emergency planning comes at a cost and recommends that the cost is borne predominately by central government, unless local government are allocated significantly more of government budget for this purpose going forward.

xviii)  support the widening of the scope in the Bill to incorporate banks, cyber-attacks and so on, but anticipate that some areas such as cyber security are national risks and of global reach and will require highly specialized expertise that may be best organised at a national level.

CARRIED

 

 

16

Auckland Council submission on the Inquiry into Climate Adaptation

 

Resolution number KT/2023/191

MOVED by Member A Tyler, seconded by Member P Gillon:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          delegate Members Paula Gillon and Adrian Tyler the responsibility of preparing and submitting local board feedback on the Inquiry into Climate Adaptation, noting that:

i)           the draft Auckland Council submission is due to be circulated with local board members on Friday 20 October;

ii)         feedback received by Friday 27 October will be appended to council’s submission;

iii)        proposed board feedback will be circulated to all members via email for comment and indicative approval prior to it being submitted; and

iv)        finalised board feedback will be placed on the next available business meeting agenda for noting purposes.

CARRIED


 

 

17

Kaipātiki Local Board feedback on central government submission on Aotearoa New Zealand’s new resource management system: Developing the transitional National Planning Framework

 

Resolution number KT/2023/192

MOVED by Member M Kenrick, seconded by Member E Hannam:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          delegate Chairperson John Gillon and Member Melanie Kenrick the responsibility of preparing and submitting local board feedback on Aotearoa New Zealand’s new resource management system: Developing the transitional National Planning Framework, noting that:

i)           feedback is required by Wednesday 8 November to be incorporated into council’s submission and feedback received by Friday 8 December will be appended to council’s submission;

ii)         proposed board feedback will be circulated to all members via email for comment and indicative approval prior to it being submitted; and

iii)        finalised board feedback will be placed on the next available business meeting agenda for noting purposes.

CARRIED

 

 

18

Kaipātiki Local Board feedback on proposed National Policy Statement for Natural Hazard Decision-making

 

Resolution number KT/2023/193

MOVED by Member E Hannam, seconded by Member J Tupou:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          provide feedback to be appended to Auckland Council’s submission on the proposed National Policy Statement for Natural Hazard Decision-making.

b)         delegate Members Janet Tupou and Erica Hannam the responsibility of preparing and submitting local board feedback on the proposed National Policy Statement for Natural Hazard Decision-making, noting that:

i)           feedback received by Friday 10 November will be appended to council’s submission;

ii)         proposed board feedback will be circulated to all members via email for comment and indicative approval prior to it being submitted; and

iii)        finalised board feedback will be placed on the next available business meeting agenda for noting purposes.

CARRIED


 

 

19

Kaipātiki Local Board feedback on Hauraki Gulf / Tīkapa Moana Marine Protection Bill

 

Resolution number KT/2023/194

MOVED by Member A Tyler, seconded by Member E Hannam:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the feedback on Hauraki Gulf / Tīkapa Moana Marine Protection Bill as provided in Attachment A to this agenda report.

CARRIED

 

 

20

Kaipātiki Local Board feedback on Proposed options for bottom fishing access zones (trawl corridors) in the Hauraki Gulf

 

Resolution number KT/2023/195

MOVED by Member E Hannam, seconded by Member A Tyler:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the feedback on bottom fishing access zones (trawl corridors) in the Hauraki Gulf as provided in Attachment A to this agenda report.

CARRIED

 

 

21

Kaipātiki Local Board feedback on Biodiversity Credit Scheme - central government discussion document

 

Resolution number KT/2023/196

MOVED by Member P Gillon, seconded by Member M Kenrick:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the feedback on the proposed Biodiversity Credit System as provided in Attachment A to this agenda report.

CARRIED

 

 

22

Urgent Decision: Kaipātiki Local Board Feedback on Government Policy Statement on Land Transport 2024

 

Resolution number KT/2023/197

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson D Grant, seconded by Member E Hannam:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the urgent decision made on 14 September 2023 as set out in Attachment A of this agenda report, providing local board feedback on the proposed direction of the draft Government Policy Statement on Land Transport 2024.

CARRIED


 

 

23

Amendment of the Kaipātiki Local Board Community Forum meeting date for November 2023

 

Resolution number KT/2023/198

MOVED by Chairperson J Gillon, seconded by Member T Spring:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          approve the following amendment to the 2022-2025 Kaipātiki Local Board meeting schedule:

i)           change the November 2023 Community Forum meeting date, currently scheduled on Wednesday, 22 November 2023 at 6.00pm, to Wednesday, 29 November 2023 at 6.00pm, to be held at Rawene Centre, 33-35 Rawene Road, Birkenhead.

CARRIED

 

 

24

Kaipātiki Local Board Chairperson's Report

 

There was no update provided at this time.

 

 

25

Members' Reports

 

25.1

Member report - Erica Hannam

 

Resolution number KT/2023/199

MOVED by Member E Hannam, seconded by Deputy Chairperson D Grant:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the verbal report from Member Erica Hannam.

CARRIED

 

25.2

Member report - Deputy Chairperson Danielle Grant

 

Resolution number KT/2023/200

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson D Grant, seconded by Member T Spring:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the verbal report from Deputy Chairperson Danielle Grant.

CARRIED

 

25.3

Member report - Tim Spring

 

Resolution number KT/2023/201

MOVED by Member T Spring, seconded by Member A Tyler:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the verbal report from Member Tim Spring.

CARRIED


 

 

25.4

Member report - Melanie Kenrick

 

Resolution number KT/2023/202

MOVED by Member M Kenrick, seconded by Deputy Chairperson D Grant:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the verbal report from Member Melanie Kenrick.

CARRIED

 

 

26

Governing Body and Independent Māori Statutory Board Members' Update

 

There were no updates provided at this time.

 

 

27

Hōtaka Kaupapa – Policy Schedule

 

Resolution number KT/2023/203

MOVED by Member A Tyler, seconded by Member P Gillon:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the Kaipātiki Local Board October - November 2023 Hōtaka Kaupapa – Policy Schedule and October – December 2023 workshop forward work programme.

CARRIED

 

 

28

Workshop Records - Kaipātiki Local Board - September 2023

 

Resolution number KT/2023/204

MOVED by Member E Hannam, seconded by Member A Tyler:  

That the Kaipātiki Local Board:

a)          note the record for the Kaipātiki Local Board workshop held on Wednesday 6 September 2023, Wednesday 13 September 2023 and Wednesday 20 September 2023.

CARRIED

 

 

29        Te Whakaaro ki ngā Take Pūtea e Autaia ana | Consideration of Extraordinary Items

 

There was no consideration of extraordinary items.

 


 

 

12.43 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 Kaipātiki Local Board HELD ON

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

CHAIRPERSON:.......................................................