Franklin Local Board

 

Open Minutes

 

 

 

Minutes of a meeting of the Franklin Local Board held in the Leslie Comrie Board Room,  Level One Franklin: The Centre,  12 Massey Ave, Pukekohe and via Microsoft Teams Videoconference, on Tuesday, 26 March 2024 at 9.32am.

 

Te Hunga kua Tae mai | present

 

Chairperson

Angela Fulljames

 

Deputy Chairperson

Alan Cole

 

Members

Malcolm Bell JP

 

 

Sharlene Druyven

 

 

Gary Holmes

 

 

Amanda Hopkins

 

 

Andrew Kay

 

 

Amanda Kinzett

 

 

Logan Soole

 

 


Franklin Local Board

26 March 2024

 

 

1          Nau mai | Welcome

 

The meeting opened with karakia and the Chair welcomed everyone present.

 

 

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 FR/2024/20

MOVED by Member A Kay, seconded by Chairperson A Fulljames:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)         whakaū / confirm the ordinary minutes of its meeting, held on Tuesday, 27 February 2024, including the confidential section, as true and correct.

CARRIED

 

 

5          He Tamōtanga Motuhake | Leave of Absence

 

There were no leaves of absence.

 

 

6          Te Mihi | Acknowledgements

 

 

6.1

Acknowledgement: Doug Gellert, Karaka

 

 

 

Resolution number FR/2024/21

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson A Cole, seconded by Member L Soole:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)    acknowledge the service of Doug Gellert, founder of the Gellert group of companies, and Karaka local who passed away in March 2024.

 

Doug volunteered on the Karaka Hall Committee for 35 years, 20 of which as chair. He was a life member of Karaka Indoor Bowls and founding member Karaka Sports Society. He was a life member of Federated Farmers, and represented the Karaka branch.

 

The board extends its sympathies to Doug’s family and the wider community who will feel his loss as a strong community advocate and volunteer.

 

CARRIED

 

 

7          Ngā Petihana | Petitions

 

There were no petitions.

 

 

8          Ngā Tono Whakaaturanga | Deputations

 

8.1

Deputation: Waiuku Association Football Club

 

 

 

Resolution number FR/2024/22

MOVED by Member G Holmes, seconded by Member S Druyven:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)         whakamihi / thank Phil Donovan, representing the Waiuku Association Football Club, for his attendance and presentation on the current situation for organisations utilising Massey Park in Waiuku

b)        tono / request staff to provide further advice on options to progress the development and upgrade of Massey Park, Waiuku.

CARRIED

 

 

9          Te Matapaki Tūmatanui  | Public Forum

 

There was no public forum.

 

 

10        Ngā Pakihi Autaia | Extraordinary Business

 

There was no extraordinary business.

 

 

Note: the Chair directed to take Item 16 at this point as a courtesy to the public attending with an interest in this item.

 

 

16

Proposed landowner approval to Kahawai Point Development Limited for the creation of a marine facility at Glenbrook Beach Boat Ramp Reserve, Glenbrook

 

Alex Stansfield, Senior Land Use Advisor and Darren Cunningham, Land Use Manager were online for this item.

 

Resolution number FR/2024/23

MOVED by Chairperson A Fulljames, seconded by Member M Bell JP:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)       whakahē / decline the landowner approval application from Kahawai Point Development Limited for the creation of a marine launching facility at Glenbrook Beach Boat Ramp Reserve on the basis that the current proposal does not deliver sufficient local benefit to balance the likely impact i.e. loss of public land to private use and creation of additional pressure on the local road network

b)      acknowledge the feedback, both in support and in opposition to the proposal received from the current Glenbrook community on this proposal, both at and subsequent to the public meeting on 13 February in Glenbrook

c)       tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that whilst the board has declined this proposal in its current form, it remains open to considering future applications that might better address the concerns outlined in a), and to the opportunity to partner with others to provide facilities that are accessible to Franklin communities. The board encourages the applicant to work with the community and staff on a new application.

A division was called for on paragraph a), voting on which was as follows:

For

Member M Bell JP

Deputy Chairperson A Cole

Member S Druyven

Chairperson A Fulljames

Member A Hopkins

Member A Kay

Member A Kinzett

Against

Member G Holmes

Member L Soole

Abstained

 

The motion was declared carried by 7 votes to 2.

Voting was then taken on paragraphs b) and c), which passed unanimously.

CARRIED

 

 

11

Representation review and local board reorganisation

 

Warwick McNaughton, Principal Advisor Governance, was in attendance online to speak to this item.

 

Resolution number FR/2024/24

MOVED by Chairperson A Fulljames, seconded by Member M Bell JP:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)         provide the following feedback on matters relating to the review of representation arrangements for the current 21 local boards

i)          whakarite / support the investigation into representation arrangement for the 2025 elections

ii)         suggest that the representation review consider how best to represent Drury communities, noting that this community is currently split between Franklin and Papakura

iii)       suggest that if Franklin Local Board were to assume representation for the whole of Drury, that Otūwairoa/Slippery Creek might be a new delineation rather than the current Ngaakooroa Stream

iv)       tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that the changes to representation would have implications for the Papakura Local Board, and suggest that further representation changes could be considered to enable parts of Ardmore (including the Airport) to be transferred from Franklin to the Papakura Local Board by way of ‘compensation’

v)         recommend, when considering the number of board members or councillors, that an ‘odd’ number of representatives be implemented to enable clear decision-making and to ensure that the chair of the local board or Mayor not be afforded the deciding vote by default

vi)       tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that the number of representatives, both at the local  board and governing body level, continues to rely on population as determining representation need. The board considers that a formula that considers population, deprivation and land area would better support effective representation

vii)      recommend that in considering representation, that job sizing for local board members is reviewed so that becoming an elected member is a viable job for a wider variety of people and different stages of life. It is the board’s view that effective local representation and decision-making at a strategic level is a full time job

viii)     tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that the representation review is the opportunity to revisit the name of local boards. The board acknowledges that the name ‘Franklin’ is problematic in terms of its continued association with the legacy Franklin area. The association with the legacy council is misleading to potential partners and within the organisation and does not resonate with communities to the east of the board area (roughly half the board land area).  The board are not however pursuing a name change at this time in the absence of an obvious alternative name or significant community interest in change at this time

b)        whakarite / provide the following feedback on the proposal to reduce the number of local boards through a reorganisation plan, noting that Governing Body has supported the development of a 15 local board model as described in this report:

i)          tautoko / support in principle a reduction of local boards, with sub-divisions being put in place ensure a variety of voices are well represented, and consider this has worked well for Franklin which has 3 sub-divisions that work together to both meet diverse sub-local needs in to context of broader local needs and aspirations

ii)         tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that if the outcome of the reorganisation review is to reduce the number of local boards, local board members need to be sized appropriately to reflect the  increase in responsibility and scope

iii)       tuhi ā-taipitopito / note the current preference for a 15 local board model, however suggest that the governing body remain open to a smaller number of boards if this delivers a better outcome for Auckland communities

c)      ohia / support a reorganisation plan for local boards proceeding to public consultation, but note that it may be difficult for local board members to engage with their communities on this topic given members may be directly and personally impacted by the outcome of the consultation.

CARRIED

 


 

12

Representation project - issues specific to the Franklin Local Board

 

Warwick McNaughton, Principal Advisor Governance, was in attendance online to speak to this item.

 

Resolution number FR/2024/25

MOVED by Member G Holmes, seconded by Member M Bell JP:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)         whakarite  / provide the following feedback on its preferred option for addressing the non-compliance of the Waiuku subdivision with the 10 percent rule:

i)     recommend that the council does not comply with the 10% rule for the Waiuku subdivision, as both the options considered by the board result in compromising communities of interest

ii)    tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that the data referred to in the report is based on the 2018 Census and the board is aware that there has been population growth in our communities that might influence recommendations, which may become apparent from the 29 May 2024 census update

iii)   recommend that a decision is deferred until the next representation review when there will be a more accurate understanding of population growth, broader representation changes including any re-organisation of representation and associated support services.

CARRIED

 

 

13

Proposals for More Empowered Local Boards

 

Resolution number FR/2024/26

MOVED by Chairperson A Fulljames, seconded by Deputy Chairperson A Cole:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)      whakarite  / provide the following feedback on staff proposals for more empowered local boards:

Aspects of the proposal that it supports, opposes, has further comment on or would like further information on:

i)          whakaae  / agree that local boards should be fully supported by the organisation and by the governing body to give effect to the provisions included in and envisaged by the Local Government (Auckland Council) Act of 2009 (LGACA), including providing quality and timely advice when requested

ii)         whakaae  / agree that local boards should be empowered according to the principle of subsidiarity enshrined in LGACA – that non-regulatory decisions should be made by local boards, except where decisions are better made on an Auckland-wide basis, noting that the issue of what is ‘better’ is currently subjective

iii)       suggest that a threshold for regional decision-making be reviewed, noting that this is used by the organisation from time to time as an excuse for referring decisions to the Governing body instead of engaging with local boards for direction

iv)       whakaae  / agree that sufficient and timely strategic advice is critical to the empowerment of local boards

v)         tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that agreed service levels, in-terms of the quality and timeliness of advice provision would be helpful, both in managing elected member expectation and addressing non-performance

vi)       whakaae  / agree that local boards, particularly those with spatially diverse communities, are not well supported to communicate and engage with their communities in a way that meets community need. The board agree better support from the organisation is critical to effective decision-making, particularly as boards are empowered to make more strategically-important decisions

vii)      whakaae  / agree that Auckland Council should develop minimum standards for community services and commit to funding these, noting that the aim of these standards should be to achieve equity rather than equality, and standards should be reviewed regularly e.g. alongside 10 year plans or similar

viii)     whakaae  / agree that local boards should be supported to raise funds, apply funding higher funding levels and seek delegation of decision-making rights from AT (or other CCO’s)

ix)       support all the examples in the report that might address barriers to governance over funding arrangement (17 a-i)

x)         do not support the current sizing index used by the renumeration authority to determine remuneration. The Franklin Local Board agrees that population and socio-economic deprivation are useful measures of workload, however spatial area/distance and service profiles should also be considered. For example, in Rodney, Franklin or Great Barrier, the distance from Council services, distance between communities, number of committees in each community, and access to reliable internet services are all barriers that members must overcome in representing their community

Ideas and examples of what more empowered local boards should be able to do:

xi)       Local boards should be able to nominate priority projects for Growth Funding on the basis that local boards are best to understand the priorities in local communities, current and future. The process of developing the growth funded programme is currently managed by staff, with boards treated as a stakeholder rather than the future governors of new facilities

xii)      Local boards should be supported to have greater involvement in the planning for and acquisition of new spaces, particularly in greenfield development areas. The process is currently predominantly led by staff, with reference to a regional and outdated Community Facilities Network Plan with low board involvement or local context

xiii)     Local boards should have governance over and be funded for regional parks in their area. Regional Parks form part of a local network and are experienced by visitors (local and regional) in the same way. There is opportunity for efficiency here, and for removal of duplication

xiv)     Local boards should have greater visibility of and potentially access to revenue streams so that these can be used for local benefit e.g. fees and charges, rentals from commercial properties. Local boards should be supported to work with, and develop partnerships with Māori, particularly iwi, and it should be easier to nominate and advocate for local projects from the Māori outcomes fund. Currently, local boards do not receive direct support from Nga Mātārae which is focused on regional direction only

xv)      Local boards should be treated as a strategic partner in the development of local economies and places and resourced accordingly e.g. development of the Drury economy and leading place-shaping of this growth area to the benefit of both current and future communities

xvi)     Local boards should be enabled to retain the services of specialists directly where the organisation is unable to develop the advice or service required if this can be achieved within budget i.e to help develop independent advice on specific or specialist matters noted as priorities in their local board plan

The benefits or otherwise of linking proposals for more empowered local boards with having fewer local boards.

xvii)   The board does not consider that more empowered local boards is reliant on the reduction of the number of boards, however acknowledges that the organisation is more likely to be in a position to support fewer boards

xviii)  The board considers that an organisational culture change, whereby provision of advice and delivery on endorsed board priorities is not optional, will make the biggest improvement to local board empowerment

xix)     The board considers that equity of funding is critical to enabling local boards to operate strategically and effectively

xx)      Local boards should be enabled to enter into partnerships with third parties, such as developers, to advance delivery of local community facilities beyond the limitations of the current Infrastructure Funding Agreement process e.g. for the delivery of neighbourhood parks to communities alongside the development of that community.

CARRIED

 

 

14

Auckland Transport - Project Kōkiri March 2024

 

Bruce Thomas, Auckland Transport Elected Member Relationship Manager, was in attendance.

 

Resolution number FR/2024/27

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson A Cole, seconded by Member L Soole:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)         whiwhi / receive the recommendations in the Project Kōkiri - Local Board Response to Auckland Transport’s Proposed Work Programme report in Attachment A and provide the following feedback:

i)          tono / request clarification of projects included in ‘Clevedon Village safety and efficiency measures’ as there were no projects with this title in the Forward Works Programme briefing provided to the board in December 2023.

ii)         tono / request North Rd, Clevedon safety improvements be added to list of ‘consult’ projects, noting that this may be included within the Clevedon Village Safety and efficiency measures’

iii)       tono / request ‘consult’ level of engagement in development of future Road Corridor Renewals programmes of work (consultation on the programme itself, not the individual projects within)

iv)       tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that we are unaware of a Butley Drive in the Franklin Local Board area and suggest reference to this project should be removed

v)         tono / request addition of Helvetia Rd/Victoria St, Pukekohe and Mill Road/Harrisville Road intersection upgrades to the list of ‘inform’ projects

vi)       tuhi ā-taipitopito / note ‘Kitchener Road new footpath’ needs to be amended to include reference to ‘Waiuku’ to avoid confusion with Kitchener Rd in Pukekohe

vii)      tono / request addition of the Climate Adaption Programme be added as an ‘inform’, with a particular focus on the detailed assessments of coastal impacts on selected vulnerable AT assets, and request that Maraetai Coast Road be included for assessment

viii)     tono / request the addition of Hingaia Rd/Oakland Road, Papakura, signalisation and stage two road widening be included as ‘inform’ noting that while these projects are located in the Papakura Local Board area, many users are from Franklin and improvements to this section of road is of high interest to the residents of the Franklin Local Board area

ix)       tono / request the addition of Mill Road/State Highway 1 interchange, Bombay, signalisation as an ‘inform’ project

x)         tono / request that Auckland Transport note that the board are currently consulting on targeted rate that could provide funding to deliver a Franklin paths programme. Should this funding become available, it is the board’s expectation that the components delivered through or facilitated by Auckland Transport would be represented in the AT work programme as a collaborative project or programme

xi)       tono / request a workshop from Auckland Transport on the programme supporting the business improvement districts and other business groups, noting that no information has been provided in the report

xii)      tono / request consideration for inclusion in future work programmes, all the projects and priorities detailed in the Franklin Local Board Plan, Appendix A:  Transport Advocacy (pages 58-61)

xiii)    tono / request consultation on the resolution of Highway 22/ Blackbridge Road intersection; and also the intersection of Mill Road (Pukekohe) and Harrisville Road

xiv)     tono / request that a regular update on AT Local (Franklin) and new Regional Passenger Transport Plan bus services are included as part of the Project Kōkiri process.

CARRIED

 


 

15

Auckland Transport Project for Pedestrian Improvements Outside Maraetai Beach School - Board Feedback-2

 

Bruce Thomas, Auckland Transport Elected Member Relationship Manager, was in attendance.

 

Resolution number FR/2024/28

MOVED by Member A Hopkins, seconded by Member M Bell JP:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)         whakarite / provide the following feedback to Auckland Transport on proposed pedestrian improvements outside Maraetai Beach School as outlined in Attachments A and B:

i)          tautoko / support the delivery of pedestrian improvements outside Maraetai Beach School without delay

ii)         request that Auckland Transport continue to liaise closely with Maraetai Beach School on the delivery of the improvements.

CARRIED

 

 

17

Update on Watercare and Eke Panuku work programmes for Quarter Three (Jan - Mar 2024) and CCO Engagement Plans

 

Resolution number FR/2024/29

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson A Cole, seconded by Member A Kinzett:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)      whiwhi / receive the update on Council-controlled Organisation Engagement Plans and Watercare and Eke Panuku work programmes for Quarter Three (Jan-Mar 2024).

CARRIED

 

 

18

Local board views on Plan Change 95 (Private) at Golding Road, Pukekohe

 

Resolution number FR/2024/30

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson A Cole, seconded by Member A Kay:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)         provide the following local board views on Plan Change 95 by Pukekohe Ltd for Aedifice Development No.1 Limited, Golding Road, Pukekohe:

i)          tautoko / support the notion of a localised amenity to cater to new neighbourhoods, however do not support the proposed scale of the Golding Road neighbourhood centre precinct at this location on the basis that this proposal is likely to generate traffic rather than just support the neighbourhood

ii)         request further consideration of traffic impact noting that Golding Road is being actively considered as a south eastern outer ring road route as part of the Pukekohe Transport Strategy, and is not appropriately engineered to support additional traffic

iii)       tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that the Pukekohe Structure plan has planned 100ha of commercial land to be developed, and additional commercial activity of scale is better placed in the locations planned

iv)       recommend that paths be provided that link to the Pukekohe-Paerata Paths network as outlined in the Pukekohe-Paerata Paths Plan to enable transport by foot and by bike and access to existing community facilities (including the train station), public amenity (including schools) and the Pukekohe Town Centre

v)         tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that a pedestrian crossing at Station Road supporting east to west foot traffic should be anticipated as part of this network to enable linkage to the Pukekohe Train Station

b)        whakahē / decline the opportunity to appoint a local board member to speak to the local board views at a hearing on Plan Change 95.

.CARRIED

 

 

19

Local board input to Auckland Council Submission on the draft Government Policy Statement on Land Transport 2024-34

 

Resolution number FR/2024/31

MOVED by Member L Soole, seconded by Member A Hopkins:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)         whakarite / provide the following local views on the draft Government Policy Statement on Land Transport 2024-34 discussion document to inform the council’s submission:

Relevance to the Franklin Local Board

i)     transport is consistently identified by Franklin communities as a priority issue that affects their social, cultural, economic and environmental well-being. Franklin Local Board’s role is to advocate for community priorities for Transport in the Franklin Local Board area which are articulated in the Franklin Local Board Plan 2023

Strategic Priorities

ii)        tautoko / support the four strategic priorities: economic growth and productivity; increased maintenance and resilience; safety; and value for money, however note that investment aligned to climate action (transport emissions reduction and environmental resilience) is missing and should also be addressed as a priority. Enabling modal shift is identified as a priority in the Franklin Local Board plan (page 31)

Activity Class descriptions and funding ranges

iii)       tuhi ā-taipitopito / note that the proposed funding allocations across the 12 activity classes in the draft GPS 2024, in combination with a much more directive approach to how funds in certain classes are to be used, will increase funding for the construction and maintenance of state highways and local roads, while effectively decreasing funding for several other aspects of the land transport system, including walking, cycling, public transport, rail services and infrastructure-based safety interventions

iv)       do not support the proposal to require multi-modal projects to apply for funding from multiple activity classes, and consider that integrated transport planning, funding and delivery is more efficient

v)        recommend that provision for cycling and walking amenity remain within scope of roading projects, including the Drury to Bombay SH1 project and Mill Road project

vi)       recommend that Government, through NZTA/Waka Kotahi continue to partner with Auckland Council and others on the delivery of walking and cycling amenity contingent on investment where there are fewer public transport choices and community support for initiatives can be demonstrated e.g. programmes such as the proposed Franklin Trails Programme

Economic Growth and Productivity

vii)      recommend an increased emphasis on both freight and passenger rail, to support efficient movement on the basis that this will alleviate pressure on the roading network

viii)    tautoko / support the reintroduction of the Roads of National Significance (RoNS) programme as part of the Economic Growth and Productivity Programme, particularly the Mill Road project. This project will deliver significant benefits to the economy and community in Auckland’s south and south east

Increased maintenance and resilience

ix)       tautoko / support the proposal to increase vehicle registration charges as a reasonable approach to increasing roading maintenance revenue

x)        tautoko / support the increased emphasis on roading maintenance, however believe that the priority is to remediate roads that support productivity but that are no longer fit for purpose so that they do not create the need for repetitive maintenance i.e. re-engineer key roads to be fit for purpose and can accommodate use. Examples of such roads are those that support quarries or are key routes to distribution points that support freight

Safety

xi)       tautoko / support the reduction in funding from the Road to Zero programme

xii)       note with disappointment that the draft GPS 2024 does not include any mention of ATAP or a potential Integrated Transport planning for Auckland and commend that this is reinstated to ensure an effective partnership that delivers to Auckland’s priorities

Value for Money

xiii)     tautoko / support the proposed use of dynamic lanes to get the most out of existing assets, the roll-out of time-of-use charging to manage demand and a focus on reducing the amount spent on temporary traffic management and recommend that these, in particularly work to progress time-of-use charging be delivered as a priority. The board would also support increased use of tolls to fund delivery of the RoNS programme

System reform

xiv)     tautoko / support the establishment of a new National Infrastructure Agency

xv)      have concerns about the establishment of a fast-track consenting process for major infrastructure projects on the basis this process is likely to undermine the opportunity for local input into decision-making

xvi)     tautoko / support quicker processes for selling land that is deemed to no longer be required for transport purposes

xvii)   tautoko / support that tolling should be considered by NZTA for all new road projects, and more efficient processes for administering tolling should be implemented to maximise net income from tolling

Major Public Transport Projects

xviii)  tautoko / support the inclusion of the Airport to Botany Busway, Eastern Busway and City Rail Link on the basis that these projects will benefit Franklin Local Board communities, however consider that these should be specifically prioritised for National Land Transport Funding

Additional Feedback

xix)     the Franklin Local Board wishes to stress the importance, when building roads that are intended to facilitate efficient traffic movement, that the scope must include multi-modal transport options including bus and cycle-lanes to ensure future-proofing and cost-management.

CARRIED

 

 

20

Local board feedback on freshwater management in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland

 

Resolution number FR/2024/32

MOVED by Chairperson A Fulljames, seconded by Deputy Chairperson A Cole:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)      tui-ā-taipitopito / note the feedback received from the communities in the second phase of public consultation to inform implementation of the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management 2020 in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland

b)      whakarite / provide the following feedback:

i)       recommend that Auckland Council pause work on Freshwater Management, noting that current work responds to a Government Policy Statement that is being reviewed by the current Government.

CARRIED

 

 

21

Approval for a private road name at 1 Seventh View Avenue, Beachlands

 

Resolution number FR/2024/33

MOVED by Member M Bell JP, seconded by Member A Hopkins:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)      whakaae / approve the extension of Gateway Avenue created by a development undertaken by Metlifecare Limited at 1 Seventh View Avenue, in accordance with section 319(1)(j) of the Local Government Act 1974 (Road naming reference RDN90113699, resource consent reference LUC60340345).

CARRIED

 


 

22

Approval for three new private road names at 3 and 17 Clevedon Kawakawa Road, Clevedon

 

Resolution number FR/2024/34

MOVED by Chairperson A Fulljames, seconded by Member M Bell JP:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)      whakaae / approve the following names for the three new private roads created by a development undertaken by Metlifecare Limited at 3 and 17 Clevedon-Kawakawa Road, in accordance with section 319(1)(j) of the Local Government Act 1974 (Road naming reference RDN90112430, resource consent references BUN60404209 and SUB60404271)

i)    Te Ara Wai Tukutuku (Road 2)

ii)   Atchison Lane (Road 3)

iii)  Kumekume Way (Road 4).

CARRIED

 

 

23

Approval to amend the road names approved at the Karaka Village subdivision (69A Dyke Road and 348 Linwood Road, Papakura

 

Resolution number FR/2024/35

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson A Cole, seconded by Member A Kinzett:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)      whakaae / approve the alteration of the road name extensions of Roads 1 (Hampshire Lane), Road 5 (Ryeland Lane), Road 15 (Dorset Down Drive) and Road 19 (Whangamarie Rise), created by way of subdivision undertaken by Karaka Village Development Limited at 348 Linwood Road and 69A Dyke Road, in accordance with section 319(1)(j) of the Local Government Act 1974 (Road naming reference RDN90113745, resource consent references SUB60413962-A)

b)      whakaae / approve the name Powarth Lane for a new public road (Road 24) created by way of subdivision undertaken by Karaka Village Development Limited at 348 Linwood Road and 69A Dyke Road, in accordance with section 319(1)(j) of the Local Government Act 1974 (Road naming reference RDN90113745, resource consent references SUB60413962)

c)      whakaae / approve the renaming of Whangamarie Rise (Road 19) to ‘Whangamaire Rise’ in accordance with section 319(1)(j) of the Local Government Act 1974.

CARRIED

 

 

24

Governance Forward Work calendar  - Hōtaka Kaupapa - March 2024

 

Resolution number FR/2024/36

MOVED by Chairperson A Fulljames, seconded by Deputy Chairperson A Cole:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)      tuhi ā-taipitopito / note the Franklin Local Board Hōtaka Kaupapa ( governance forward work calendar) dated March 2024 in Attachment A.

CARRIED

 

 

25

Franklin Local Board workshop records

 

Resolution number FR/2024/37

MOVED by Member S Druyven, seconded by Member A Kinzett:  

That the Franklin Local Board:

a)      whiwhi / receive the Franklin Local Board workshop records for February 13, 20 and 27, 2024.

CARRIED

 

 

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

 

There was no consideration of extraordinary items.

 

The meeting ended with karakia

 

11.22 am                                            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 Franklin Local Board HELD ON

 

 

 

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