Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee

Agenda

 

 

Notice of Meeting:

A meeting of the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee will be held on:

 

Date:                                     Friday 9 December 2016

Time:                                    9am

Venue:                                 Council Chamber, Environment Canterbury, 200 Tuam Street

 

 

 

1 December 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

                           
             


To view copies of Agendas and Minutes, visit:
www.ccc.govt.nz/Council/meetingminutes/agendas/index

 


Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee

09 December 2016

 

 

 

Committee Members

 

 

 

UDS Independent Chair

Bill Wasley

 

Christchurch City Council

Representatives to be confirmed on 8 December 2016

 

Environment Canterbury

Chairman David Bedford, Councillors Cynthia Roberts and Peter Skelton

 

Selwyn District Council

Mayor Sam Broughton, Councillors Malcolm Lyall and Mark Alexander

 

Waimakariri District Council

Mayor David Ayers, Councillors Kevin Felstead and Neville Atkinson

 

Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Sir Mark Solomon and Lisa Tumahai

 

New Zealand Transport Agency (observer)

Jim Harland

 

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (observer)

Kelvan Smith

 

Canterbury District Health Board (observer)

David Meates

 

 

UDS Implementation Manager

Keith Tallentire

ph 941 8590

 

Committee Adviser

Aidan Kimberley

ph 941 6566

 


 

UDS LogoUrban Development Strategy Implementation Committee (UDSIC) Terms of Reference (2015)

 

1.  Purpose

The UDSIC is a joint committee within the meaning of the Local Government Act 2002. In 2015 it absorbed additional functions from the former Recovery Strategy Advisory Committee established by the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority in 2012.

Local authority members are Christchurch City Council, Waimakariri District Council, Selwyn District Council and Canterbury Regional Council. The joint committee has additional public body representation from tangata whenua and other agencies. It has been established to oversee implementation of the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy (UDS), provide advice to the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery and ensure integration between earthquake recovery activity and longer term urban development activity, including:

Providing clear and united leadership in delivering the UDS vision and principles;

Promoting integration with the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch, associated recovery plans and programmes including the implementation of the Land Use Recovery Plan (LURP) and Natural Environment Recovery Programme (NERP); and,

Supporting the delivery of aligned tangata whenua objectives as outlined in Ngāi Tahu 2025 and the Mahaanui Iwi Management Plan 2013.

The Committee is a formal joint committee pursuant to the Local Government Act 2002, (Schedule 7, Section 30). The Local Authorities have resolved that the Committee is not discharged at the point of the next election period (in line with clause 30 (7) of schedule 7).

2.  Membership

The local authorities and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu shall each appoint up to three representatives, including their respective Mayors, Chair and Kaiwhakahaere.

The Chief Executives of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) and Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB), and the Regional Director of the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) attend as observers and have speaking rights but in a non-voting capacity.

There shall be an Independent Chair (non-elected member), appointed by the Committee, who has speaking rights and voting capacity.

The standing voting membership is limited to 16 members (including the Independent Chair), but with the power to co-opt up to a maximum of two additional non-voting members where required to ensure effective implementation.

The Committee shall also appoint a Deputy Chair, who shall be elected at the commencement of each triennium, and who shall be a member of the Committee.

In accordance with Section 30A of Schedule 7 to the Local Government Act 2002, the quorum at a meeting of the Committee shall be eight voting members.

Other representatives of voting and non-voting organisations are permitted to attend meetings of the Committee; however attendance at any public excluded session shall only be permitted with the prior approval of the Chair. Likewise, speaking rights of other representatives at Committee meetings (whether in public session or not) shall only be granted with the prior approval of the Chair.

 

 

3.  Meeting Frequency

Monthly, or as necessary and determined by the Independent Chair.

Notification of meetings and the publication of agendas and reports shall be conducted in accordance with the requirements of Part 7 of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987.

4.  Committee Delegations

The UDS Implementation Committee is delegated the following functions in support of its overall purpose:

General

Overseeing implementation of the UDS and recovery documents, including the LURP, NERP and associated documents, such as the Greater Christchurch Transport Statement

Advising the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery and the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority on the development and implementation of the Recovery Strategy and any associated matters, including programmes, plans, projects, systems, processes and resources led by CERA or any other central government agency for the purposes of the recovery of greater Christchurch (as defined in the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Act 2011)

Ensuring the integration between the UDS and any of the foregoing matters

Ensuring organisational systems and resources support implementation

Monitoring and reporting progress against actions and milestones

Managing any risks identified in implementation

Identifying and resolving any implementation inconsistencies arising from partner consultation processes

Facilitating consultation and establishing forums as necessary to support implementation and review

Periodically reviewing and recommending any adjustments to the UDS and recovery documents, including the LURP and NERP.

 

Specific

Selecting and appointing an Independent Chair and Deputy Chair

Taking responsibility for implementing any actions specifically allocated to the Committee

Implementing a Memorandum of Understanding, as adopted by the Committee for each triennial period, to provide and maintain partnership relationships and provide for the resolution of any conflict

Advocate for statements of intent of council owned companies to be aligned to implementation of the UDS and recovery documents, including the LURP and NERP where appropriate.

Champion integration and implementation through partner strategies, programmes, plans and policy instruments (including the Regional Policy Statement, Regional and District Plans, Long Term Plans (LTPs), Annual Plans, transport programmes and triennial agreements) and through partnerships with other sectors such as health, education and business.

Establish protocols to ensure that implementation, where necessary, is consistent, collaborative and/or coordinated to achieve optimal outcomes.

Making submissions, as appropriate, on Government proposals and other initiatives relevant to the implementation of the UDS and recovery documents, including the LURP and NERP.

 


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09 December 2016

 

 

AGENDA ITEMS

 

1.       Apologies................................................................................................................................... 7

2.       Declarations of Interest............................................................................................................ 7

3.       Deputations by Appointment.................................................................................................. 7

4.       Confirmation of Previous Minutes.......................................................................................... 7

STAFF REPORTS

5.       Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee Minutes - 9 September 2016...................................................................................................................... 11

6.       Election of Deputy Chairperson............................................................................................. 17

7.       UDSIC advice to the reconvened Committee....................................................................... 23

8.       Secretariat Update.................................................................................................................. 37

9.       Urban Development and Regeneration Update................................................................... 65   

 


 

Standing Items

 


Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee

09 December 2016

 

 

 

 

1.   Apologies

At the close of the agenda no apologies had been received.

2.   Declarations of Interest

Members are reminded of the need to be vigilant to stand aside from decision making when a conflict arises between their role as an elected representative and any private or other external interest they might have.

3.   Deputations by Appointment

There were no deputations by appointment at the time the agenda was prepared. 

4.   Confirmation of Previous Minutes

That the minutes of the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee meeting held on Monday, 3 October 2016 be confirmed.

 


 


 

Reports for Decision



Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee

09 December 2016

 

 

 

5.        Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee Minutes - 9 September 2016

Reference:

16/1339375

Contact:

Aidan Kimberley

Aidan.kimberley@ccc.govt.nz

941 6566

 

 

1.   Purpose of Report

Purpose of Report

1.1       The purpose of this report is to present the minutes of the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee meeting held on 9 September 2016 to the Committee for their information.

2.   Background

2.1       Subject to standing order 3.18.2, the minutes of the last meeting before the election were confirmed by the Chairperson and Keith Tallentire, acting on behalf of the Chief Executive.

2.2       Standing order 3.18.2 reads “the chairperson and the chief executive shall authenticate the minutes of the last meeting of a local authority prior to the next election of members.”

2.3       The committee cannot now confirm the minutes as this has already occurred, but it is appropriate that the minutes be circulated to the committee for their information. They are attached as Attachment A to this report.

 

3.   Staff Recommendations

That the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Joint Committee receive the minutes of its meeting held on 9 September 2016.

 

 

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6.        Election of Deputy Chairperson

Reference:

16/1335554

Contact:

Aidan Kimberley

Aidan.kimberley@ccc.govt.nz

941 6566

 

 

1.   Purpose of Report

1.1       The purpose of this report is to explain the process for the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee (UDSIC) to elect a Deputy Chairperson, as required by the committee’s constituting agreement and the Local Government Act 2002.

Origin of Report

1.2       This report is staff generated, to fulfil the clause in the UDSIC constituting agreement that a Deputy Chairperson be appointed at the commencement of each triennium, and in order to explain the legal requirements of the Local Government Act 2002.

 

2.   Staff Recommendations

That Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Joint Committee:

1.         Receive the information in the Election of Deputy Chairperson report.

2.         Adopt by resolution which system of voting it will use to elect a Deputy Chairperson, that is System A or System B; and that system ------- be adopted.

3.         Proceed to elect a Deputy Chairperson; and that ---------- be elected as deputy chair of the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee.

 

 

3.   Key Points

3.1       The UDSIC Terms of Reference specify that “The Committee shall also appoint a Deputy Chair, who shall be elected at the commencement of each triennium, and who shall be a member of the committee.”

3.2       Clause 30A(2)(b) Schedule 7 of the Local Government Act 2002, requires the constituting agreement of a joint committee to specify how the deputy chairperson is appointed. The UDSIC’s constituting agreement states that the committee has delegated authority to elect the deputy chairperson. Clause 30A(6)(c) of the same schedule allows the constituting agreement to vary the process for appointing the deputy chairperson, but this committee’s constituting agreement does not specify any such variance. Accordingly, the appointment must be made by a resolution of the committee.

3.3       Therefore, the committee must follow the procedure for electing the deputy chairperson prescribed in clause 25 Schedule 7 of the Local Government Act 2002. It states that the Committee must determine by resolution that the chairperson be elected or appointed by using one of the following systems of voting:

“System A—

 

(a)          requires that a person is elected or appointed if he or she receives the votes of a majority of the members of the local authority or committee present and voting; and

(b)          has the following characteristics:

(i)           there is a first round of voting for all candidates; and

(ii)          if no candidate is successful in that round there is a second round of voting from which the candidate with the fewest votes in the first round is excluded; and

(iii)         if no candidate is successful in the second round there is a third, and if necessary subsequent, round of voting from which, each time, the candidate with the fewest votes in the previous round is excluded; and

(iv)         in any round of voting, if 2 or more candidates tie for the lowest number of votes, the person excluded from the next round is resolved by lot.

 

System B—

 

(a)          requires that a person is elected or appointed if he or she receives more votes than any other candidate; and

(b)          has the following characteristics:

(i)        there is only one round of voting; and

(ii)       if two or more candidates tie for the most votes, the tie is resolved by lot.”

 

3.4       In simpler terms, under System A a candidate is successful if he or she receives the votes of the majority of the members of the Committee present and voting.  If no candidate is successful in the first round there is a second round of voting from which the candidate with the fewest votes in the first round is excluded.  If no candidate is successful in the second round there is a third and if necessary subsequent round of voting from which each time the candidate with the fewest number of votes in the previous round is excluded until a candidate is successful.  In any round of voting if two or more candidates tie for the lowest number of votes the person to be excluded from the next round is resolved by lot.

3.5       System B is first past the post except that a tie for the most votes is resolved by lot.

3.6       The committee is required to select a voting system even if it is likely that only one candidate will be nominated for the role.

 

Practical application of clause 25

 

Each Committee must first determine, by resolution, which system of voting it will use, that is System A or System B.

 

Nominations for the position of Chairperson are called for.

 

If there is only one candidate then the Committee may resolve that that person be elected.

 

If there is more than one candidate the Community Board must then put the matter to a vote according to the system it has adopted. The Community Board members are then asked to vote on each candidate.

 

The following examples may be useful to illustrate two of the systems:

 

System A

 

Example 1

 

Three nominations are received and upon the votes being counted the result is:

A (4)  B (2)  C (1).  In this case A is elected to the relevant position.

 

 

 

Example 2

 

Three nominations are received and upon the votes being counted the result is:

A (3)  B (3)  C (1). In this case no candidate is successful so a second round of voting is held for candidates A and B.  The lowest polling candidate, C, is excluded.

 

Upon the votes being counted in the second round the result is:

A  (4)  B (3). In this case A is elected to the relevant position.

 

System B

 

Example 1

 

Three nominations are received and upon the votes being counted the result is:

A (4)  B (2)  C (1).  In this case A is elected to the relevant position.

 

Example 2

 

Three nominations are received and upon the votes being counted the result is:

A (3)  B (3).  In this case a lot is held to determine who between A and B will be elected to the relevant position.

 

 

Attachments

There are no attachments for this report.

 

Signatories

Authors

Aidan Kimberley - Committee and Hearings Advisor

Keith Tallentire - Manager UDS Implementation


Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee

09 December 2016

 

 


 

Reports for Information

 

  


Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee

09 December 2016

 

 

 

7.        UDSIC advice to the reconvened Committee

Reference:

16/1376323

Contact:

Keith Tallentire

ktallentire@greaterchristchurch.org.nz

03 941 8590

 

 

1.   Purpose of Report

Purpose of Report

1.1       The purpose of this report is to present to the Committee an advice and recommendations paper prepared by the UDSIC at its last meeting for consideration by the reconvened Committee at the commencement of the new triennium.

 

2.   Staff Recommendations

That the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee:

1.         Note the advice and recommendations contained in the paper prepared by the UDSIC at its last meeting prior to the local body elections.

2.         Confirm the timeframe for considering the recommendations contained therein at future meetings of this Committee during 2017 subject to any amendments arising at the meeting.

 

3.   Key points

3.1       At the last meeting of this Committee, on 9 September 2016, a paper was endorsed to complement more succinct summary information being integrated into respective partner post-election briefing and induction programmes.

3.2       The purpose of the advice is to assist the Committee and partners in understanding the agreed position of the Committee at that time on the issues and actions identified as needing addressing in the early stages of the new triennium.

3.3       The paper is included as Attachment A to this report for information.

3.4       A suggested programme for UDSIC to consider the UDSIC advice paper recommendations over the coming committee meetings is as follows:

 

DECEMBER 2016

a)     renaming the joint committee to better reflect its leadership and partnership aspects, and that the ‘observer members’ on the committee  be renamed non-voting members

FEBRUARY 2017

e)    partners establish arrangements within their organisation to broaden the awareness, understanding and commitment to the collaborative work of the Committee

f)     establishing a programme of informal and formal networking and reporting sessions between this Committee and key related partnership groupings to assist collaborative working

g)     rather than establishing a standing stakeholder forum, an external reference group is formed to assist in the creation of fit for purpose engagement approaches as directed by the Committee

MARCH 2017

b)    the Committee’s Memorandum of Agreement is reviewed early in the new triennium and adjusted as appropriate to reflect new circumstances

h)    to daylight the Partnership approach the reconvened Committee consider preferred communications mechanisms and a renewed communications protocol early in the new triennium

APRIL 2017

i)      following a short period to enable the reconvened Committee to take stock of the work of the Committee in this last triennium and understand the current operating environment it focuses on agreeing the scope, timing and project plan for a comprehensive strategy review and associated engagement programme.

j)      the reconvened Committee consider a strategic approach to the application of regeneration powers and that this Committee be the body for partners to communicate intentions on their use.

N/A

c)     as a number of the Committee representatives have already confirmed they will not be returning, partners reflect on their nominated representatives for the reconvened UDSIC to support a level of consistency in UDSIC membership alongside any desire to foster succession planning.

MAY 2017

d)    the continued appointment of an independent chair to chair the committee, by the reconvened UDSIC early in the new triennium.

 

3.5       This would enable the Committee to form, gain an understanding an awareness of the UDS and recent work before considering some of the more significant recommendations. It would also allow for some prior discussion and advice from the Chief Executives Advisory Group (CEAG) to assist the Committee.

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8.        Secretariat Update

Reference:

16/1374862

Contact:

Keith Tallentire

ktallentire@greaterchristchurch.org.nz

03 941 8590

 

 

1.   Purpose of Report

Purpose of Report

1.1       The purpose of this report is to update the Committee on operational matters and any recent national initiatives relevant to the committee.

 

2.   Staff Recommendations

That the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee:

1.         Note the scheduled dates for the Committee for 2017.

2.         Provide any suggestions for focus of a planned coach tour across Greater Christchurch for members of the Committee.

 

 

3.   Scheduled Committee dates for 2017

3.1       The scheduled Committee dates for 2017 are outlined below:

3 February; 3 March; 7 April; 5 May; 2 June; 7 July; 4 August; 1 September; 6 October; 3 November and 1 December.

3.2       All dates are for a Friday morning and the venue is intended to remain as the Council Chamber at Environment Canterbury.

3.3       As the year progresses, and depending on the extent of committee business, the Committee might like to consider moving to a bi-monthly meeting cycle.

4.   Coach tour

4.1       The Committee has previously undertaken a coach tour across Greater Christchurch to help familiarise members with the wider area, recent developments and emerging issues. Previous tours have focused on land use matters, including settlement planning, greenfield developments and intensification initiatives.

4.2       Should the reconvened Committee wish to progress such an opportunity this can be arranged for early in the new year. Previous suggestions for such tour have mentioned a focus on roading improvements or coastal issues and the Committee is asked to consider these ideas or suggest alternatives.

5.   Update on national initiatives relating to urban development

National Policy Statement on Urban Development Capacity

5.1       Minister for the Environment Nick Smith has released the new National Policy Statement on Urban Development Capacity, which provides direction on planning for urban environments. The NPS-UDC was issued by notice in the New Zealand Gazette on 3 November and took effect on 1 December 2016.

5.2       The Minister highlighted the focus of addressing housing challenges, stating that: ‘the long-term root cause of New Zealand’s housing affordability problems is insufficient land supply… the [NPS-UDC] requires councils to allow for a greater supply of houses, so prices rise more slowly and houses are more affordable’.

5.3       The NPS-UDC includes some changes from the consultation draft which NZ councils and others submitted on earlier in the year – for example, specific reference to ‘environmental wellbeing’ in the first Objective OA1, and clarification that councils can provide development capacity both through intensification in existing urban areas and by releasing greenfield land.

5.4       The tiered structure of the NPS-UDC establishes different levels of requirement for local authorities with high-growth and medium-growth urban areas within their district or region.  These councils will be required to:

§ undertake three-yearly housing and business development capacity assessments

§ estimate the sufficiency of development capacity and any additional capacity needed to meet demand in the short, medium or long term

§ provide an additional margin of capacity over and above projected demand of at least 20% in the short and medium term and 15% in the long term

§ work in collaboration with other councils and infrastructure providers.

5.5       Councils with high-growth urban areas within their jurisdiction will be required to:

§ set minimum targets for sufficient feasible development capacity for housing, and incorporate these into the relevant regional policy statement or territorial authority plan

§ produce a future development strategy to identify the broad location, timing and sequencing of future development capacity and identify intensification opportunities within existing urban environments.

5.6       An Introductory Guide on the NPS was released simultaneously to the Gazette notice.

5.7       MfE and MBIE held a two-day symposium on the NPS 28-29 November 2016 and are in the process of establishing a number of technical advisory groups, involving council officer representation, to advance further guidance on certain aspects of the NPS.

Productivity Commission inquiry ‘Better Urban Planning’

5.8       The Productivity Commission has announced that the timeframe for providing Ministers with its final report on better urban planning systems for New Zealand has been extended through to February 2017. The Commission received over 70 submission on the draft report, which raised important and complex issues that require additional research and further detailed analysis.

5.9       At the last meeting of the Committee delegation was given for the Chair to finalise a submission on the Commission’s draft report for this inquiry. This is included as Attachment A to this report for information.

Resource Legislation Amendment Bill

5.10    The Local Government and Environment Select Committee recently discharged the Resource Legislation Amendment Bill back to the House, without a report. The Select Committee report is now due on 10 May 2017.   Minister for the Environment Nick Smith announced that agreement has been reached between National and the Māori Party to progress the Bill.  This includes incorporation of the Mana Whakahono ā Rohe iwi participation arrangement – a process originally included in proposed changes to the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management earlier this year.

5.11    The Select Committee will continue its work on the Bill, with two extensive departmental reports on the detail of particular clauses.  The first report covers:

§ The inclusion of management of risks from natural hazards in Part 2 RMA

§ Plan-making matters

§ Consenting matters (including fees)

§ Changes to Environment Court processes

§ Process changes such as electronic public notification requirements and electronic servicing of documents

§ Minor technical amendments and changes to other legislation.

5.12    The second report (nearly 500 pages) covers:

§ Changes to National Direction (NPSs and NESs)

§ The National Planning Template (now National Planning Standards)

§ Further plan-making matters (including the collaborative and streamlined process options)

§ Iwi participation agreements

§ Further consenting matters (including the 10-day fast-track process, limited notification, and the requirement for submissions to be struck out in certain circumstances).

5.13    The Select Committee has also made available a shorter Summary from the Ministry for the Environment of issues arising from the submissions on the Bill.

 

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9.        Urban Development and Regeneration Update

Reference:

16/1376487

Contact:

Keith Tallentire

ktallentire@greaterchristchurch.org.uk

03 941 8590

 

 

1.   Purpose of Report

Purpose of Report

1.1       The purpose of this report is provide the Committee with brief updates on the broad range of urban development and regeneration activities underway across the Greater Christchurch areas.

1.2       The Update collates contributions from partners and a range of other agencies and government departments. It is currently prepared on a monthly basis.

 

 

2.   Staff Recommendations

That the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy Implementation Committee:

1.         Note the report and receive the attached Urban Development and Regeneration Update.

 

 

 

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Urban Development and Regeneration Update - November 2016

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