Christchurch City Council

Agenda

 

 

Notice of Meeting:

An ordinary meeting of the Christchurch City Council will be held on:

 

Date:                                    Tuesday 11 February 2020

Time:                                   9.30am

Venue:                                 Council Chambers, Civic Offices,
53 Hereford Street, Christchurch

 

 

Membership

Chairperson

Deputy Chairperson

Members

Mayor Lianne Dalziel

Deputy Mayor Andrew Turner

Councillor Jimmy Chen

Councillor Catherine Chu

Councillor Melanie Coker

Councillor Pauline Cotter

Councillor James Daniels

Councillor Mike Davidson

Councillor Anne Galloway

Councillor James Gough

Councillor Yani Johanson

Councillor Aaron Keown

Councillor Sam MacDonald

Councillor Phil Mauger

Councillor Jake McLellan

Councillor Tim Scandrett

Councillor Sara Templeton

 

 

5 February 2020

 

 

 

Principal Advisor

Dawn Baxendale

Chief Executive

Tel: 941 6996

 

 

Aidan Kimberley

Committee and Hearings Advisor

941 6566

aidan.kimberley@ccc.govt.nz

www.ccc.govt.nz

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Council Annual Plan

11 February 2020

 

 

 


Council Annual Plan

11 February 2020

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1.        Apologies / Ngā Whakapāha................................................................................ 4

2.        Declarations of Interest / Ngā Whakapuaki Aronga................................................. 4

Staff Reports

3.        Draft Annual Plan 2020/21.................................................................................. 5  

 

 


Council Annual Plan

11 February 2020

 

 

1.   Apologies / Ngā Whakapāha

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

2.   Declarations of Interest / Ngā Whakapuaki Aronga

Members are reminded of the need to be vigilant and 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.

  


Council Annual Plan

11 February 2020

 

 

3.     Draft Annual Plan 2020/21

Reference / Te Tohutoro:

20/17850

Presenter(s) / Te kaipāhō:

Peter Ryan, Head of Performance Management

 

 

1.   Purpose of Report / Te Pūtake Pūrongo

1.1       To present to the Council for consideration and adoption:

1.1.1   The draft Annual Plan for 2020/21, including the documents attached as Attachments A-I and K;

1.1.2   The consultation document attached as Attachment J;

1.1.3   The consultation and engagement process to be undertaken by the Council.

2.   Executive Summary / Te Whakarāpopoto Matua

2.1       To present the information for adoption of the draft Annual Plan 2020/21.

 

3.   Staff Recommendations / Ngā Tūtohu

That the Council:

1.    Approves and adopts the information contained or referred to in the staff report which provides the basis for the draft 2020/21 Annual Plan, together with any amendments made by resolution at the meeting, and which includes:

a.         Financial Overview, including changes to the Financial Statements and Funding Impact Statement contained in the Long Term Plan 2018/28 (Attachment A);

b.         Proposed Budget and Funding Impact Statement, including Rating Policy (Attachment B);

c.         Financial Prudence Benchmarks (Attachment C);

d.         Proposed Capital Programme, including changes (Attachment D);

e.         Proposed Changes to Levels of Service (Attachment E);

f.          Prospective Financial Statements (Attachment F);

g.         Proposed Fees and Charges, including changes (Attachment G);

h.         Reserves and Trust Funds (Attachment H);

i.          Capital Endowment Fund (Attachment I);

2.         Approves the rate requirement (including excess water charges) of $554.9 million (net of GST) for the 2020/21 financial year;

3.         Notes the recommendations of the Council’s Audit and Risk Management Committee at its meeting on 3 February 2020, referred to in the staff report;

4.         Authorises the General Manager Finance and Commercial to make any non-material changes to the documents and/or information attached to or referred to in the staff report, including updating the capital spend and Crown recovery timing for the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena (Attachment K);

5.         Approves and adopts for public consultation the Consultation Document for the draft 2020/21 Annual Plan (Attachment J);

6.         Approves the following process for consultation:

a.         Public Notices in The Star, The Press, and on the Council’s website on 2 March 2020;

b.         All relevant information and documents, including the Consultation Document, made available at Council offices, libraries, service centres, and on the Council’s website on 2 March 2020;

c.         The period for making submissions will run from 2 March 2020 to 5.00pm on 2 April 2020;

d.         For people who indicate they wish to, opportunities will be provided for them to present oral submissions;

e.         Oral submissions will be heard between 28 April and 22 May 2020 (specific hearings dates to be confirmed);

f.          All submissions will then be considered by the Council before it meets on 23 June 2020 to adopt the Annual Plan 2020/21.

 

4.   Context / Background / Te Horopaki

Issue or Opportunity / Ngā take, Ngā Whaihua rānei

4.1       Financial Overview

Rates:

The proposed average rates increase to existing ratepayers at 4.65% is 0.35% lower than the 5.0% forecast in the LTP. Full details of rates, including the total rating requirement for general and targeted rates, and indicative rates for sample properties, are provided in the Funding Impact Statement attachment.

1.1.1         As part of the 2019 Citywide revaluation, for which property valuations will apply for rating purposes from 1 July 2020, valuation of Council utilities increased significantly which has impacted the above increase. The average increase to ratepayers excluding the Council itself is in the order of 3.7%. This average increase varies by residential /business /rural sectors due to the impacts of the revaluation. The average increases for those sectors (after growth and the effect of the revaluation) is:

· Residential               2.74%

· Business                                4.74%

· Rural                                        5.79%

Note individual properties will vary from the average.

Operating Expenditure:

1.1.2         Operational expenditure of $517.4 million is $20.9 million above the level forecast in the LTP of which $15.6 million relates to the Council’s response to the following external influences:

-      EcoCentral Recycling annual processing fee of $5 million has been added through to 2024 to allow time to develop a long term solution for dealing with those recyclable materials that can no longer be shipped to offshore markets. 

-      As a result of the way in which MBIE have interpreted the NZ Holidays Act 2003, Council, along with other major employers, are reviewing their treatment of holiday pay and allowances. The project is under way and provision has been made for estimated cost of $5.6 million.

-      Revaluation of the Council’s Infrastructure networks has led to a $5 million increase in Council’s rates.

Other cost changes include:

-      Additional legal costs of $2.9 million relating to confidential matters currently in dispute.

-      Heathcote River dredging costs of $1.6 million due to a carry forward of unspent funds from the 2018/19 financial year.

-      Electricity price increase ($1.5 million).

-      Additional temporary water supply treatment costs ($0.8 million).

These increases are partially offset by the following cost reductions:

-      Museum Redevelopment grant ($7.4 million) moved out one year to reflect the updated timing of the proposed Canterbury Museum redevelopment.

-      Vbase personnel costs ($3.3 million), offset by cost recoveries. The Council no longer provides a payroll service.

-      IT savings ($0.9 million), reflecting savings identified during initial contract negotiations.

1.1.3         Interest costs are $21.1 million lower than projected in the LTP partly due to lower debt and partly due to falling interest rates. This is partly offset by lower interest earnings mentioned below.

Revenue:

1.1.4         Total revenue excluding rates of $355.8 million is $47.7 million higher than that projected in the LTP. The main revenue changes from the LTP to this 2020/21 Draft Annual Plan are:

-      Crown funding for the Canterbury Multi Use construction costs ($54.4 million). The Crown’s overall $220 million contribution had not been confirmed when the LTP was adopted.

-      Additional NZTA capital ($13.5 million) and operational ($1.7 million) revenues as a result of the Council revising its work programme to take advantage of enhanced subsidies.

-      Lower Housing revenues of $2 million due to the transfer of housing stock to the Ōtautahi Community Housing Trust.

-      Reduction in Trade Waste revenues ($2 million), due to several large clients who have downsized their business.

-      Lower Vbase recoveries ($3.3 million) – offset by lower costs.

-      Lower volumes of building consents ($5.6 million) reflecting the drop in demand. These are largely offset by cost reductions.

-      Lower interest revenues from funds held ($10.2 million). Largely due to the impact of falling interest rates.

Surplus, operating deficits, and sustainability:

1.1.5         The Annual Plan for 2020/21 shows an accounting surplus of $98.2 million before revaluations. Under accounting standards the Council is required to show all revenue, including recoveries from central Government and NZ Transport Agency, as income for the year. However, some of these recoveries reimburse the Council for capital expenditure.

Capital programme expenditure:

1.1.6         The Council plans to invest $560.9 million in the capital programme in 2020/21, an increase of $51 million over the LTP.

1.1.7         Significant increased spend planned in 2020/21 compared to the LTP relates to:

-      Canterbury Multi Use Arena ($17.2 million) – due to inclusion of the Crown funded share of the arena over a three year period. This funding had not been confirmed at the time the LTP was adopted. The project funding has also been re-timed slightly and will be updated again prior to publication of the Draft Annual Plan.

-      Christchurch Northern Corridor Downstream Delivery Package 1 & 2 ($16 million) – bringing forward budgets to address designation conditions regarding the Northern Arterial and Cranford Street Upgrade ahead of the opening of the Christchurch Northern Corridor due mid 2020.

-      Cycleway Projects ($12.5 million) originally brought forward to take advantage of the NZTA Targeted Enhanced Funding Assistance Rates (TEFAR). Specific projects can be seen in the Capital programme section.

-      Strategic Land Offset Programme ($9.4 million) – reprogrammed to reflect changes in timing of related projects.

-      Performing Arts Precinct ($8 million) – funding was planned 2018/19 – 2019/20 in the LTP. Project is retimed due to a delay in the land transfer from the Crown and development agreement approval.

-      Linwood Pool ($6.9 million) – updated to reflect the current work programme with funding through to 2021/22.

-      Well Heads Improvement Programme  and Water Safety Plan requirements ($5.6 million) – bringing forward budgets for further well and well head replacements plus funding added for backflow prevention,  rezoning and smart meters to meet the changing safety standards.

-      Robert McDougall Gallery Strengthening ($5.5 million) – project has been retimed to be delivered earlier.

-      Wastewater Reticulation Renewals ($5.3 million) – the budget was pushed out during the 2020 Annual Plan, due to incomplete work in 2018/19 which was carried forward to 2019/20. This resulted in an additional spend planned for 2020/21.

-      Old Municipal Chambers ($4.9 million) – project has been retimed to be delivered earlier.

-      Neighbourhood Reserve purchases ($2.6 million) – due to increasing demand growth for new reserves and funded through development contributions.

-      Local Cycleway: Northern Arterial Link Cranford to Rutland Reserve ($2.6 million) – project was retimed to be delivered earlier.

-      Accessible City Projects ($2.5 million) - reprogrammed within existing budgets.

-      QEII Park Master Plan ($2.4 million) – proceeds from the sale of land allocated to development and implementation of the Master Plan.

-      Birmingham to Wrights Route Upgrade ($2.2 million) – project being delivered earlier than LTP to qualify for NZTA Enhanced Targeted Assistance Rates.

-      Land Drainage Recovery Programme - Pump Station 205 upgrade ($2 million) – to fund additional scope approved by the Council from within existing budgets within Stormwater renewals and the LDRP.

-      Multicultural Recreation and Community Centre - $1.5 million budgeted for 2020/21 to support the development of a multicultural centre in Christchurch.

-      Thomas Edmond Band Rotunda ($1.3 million) – project has been retimed to be delivered in 2020/21.

-      Okains Bay New Water Supply ($1.3 million) –  project added in the 2019/20 Annual Plan to design and construct a new Council owned water supply scheme to serve the Okains Bay community.

1.1.8         Spending on the following capital projects has been reduced in 2020/21:

-      WS Lyttelton R&R Rail Tunnel Pipeline ($10 million) – retimed as the project is driven by an external party. 

-      Parking Replacement ($5 million) – budget retimed; further discussions and decisions regarding off-street parking facilities to the north of Cathedral Square is required.

-      Strategic Land Acquisitions ($4.3 million) - reprogrammed to reflect changes in timing of related projects.

-      Akaroa Wastewater Scheme ($3 million) –reprogrammed to the following year to allow for further consultation and consenting activity.

-      Metro Sports Facility Equipment ($3.2 million) – budget retimed to align with opening of facility.

-      Route Improvement: Barbadoes St & Madras St (Bealey to Warrington) ($3.1 million) – now combined into Christchurch Northern Corridor Downstream Delivery Package 1 & 2 noted above.

-      Somerfield Wastewater Pump Station and Pressure Main ($3 million) – deferred to allow further investigation.

-      Cranford Street Downstream Intersection Improvements ($2.5 million) - now combined into Christchurch Northern Corridor Downstream Delivery Package 1 & 2 noted above.

-      Road Lighting Renewals ($2 million) – reprogrammed to reflect expected delivery programme.

-      Pages Road Bridge ($1.8 million) – project retimed due to NZTA funding changes.

-      Library Rolling Package Resources ($1.5 million) – removal of budget provided to stock a new library at Belfast which is no longer included in the plan.

Capital programme funding:

1.1.9         The capital programme is funded by earthquake recoveries, subsidies and grants for capital expenditure, development contributions, proceeds from asset sales, rates and debt. In 2020/21 we will rate for $138.7 million of renewals which is consistent with our Financial Strategy.

 

Borrowing:

1.1.10      The Annual Plan includes new borrowing in 2020/21 of $247.5 million, a decrease of $68.8 million on the LTP, reflecting funds on hand due to lower capital delivery in 2018/19. Gross debt at 30 June 2021 is expected to be $2.2 billion, $54 million lower than planned in the LTP as a result of lower capital delivery in 2018/19.

1.1.11      In accordance with our financial strategy we will continue to ensure prudent and sustainable financial management of our operations and will not borrow beyond our ability to service and repay that borrowing.

Significant Assumptions:

1.1.12       Significant assumptions were reviewed and there is no significant change from the LTP other than significantly lower interest rates. The level of uncertainty on a number of assumptions is again lower than the LTP due to the one year focus of the Annual Plan.

Financial Risk Management Strategy:

1.1.13       The Council’s policies to assist in managing its financial risk, including liquidity and funding risk management, interest rate exposure and counterparty credit risk are unchanged in this Draft Annual Plan. An important element in assessing the value of the Council’s risk management strategy is its five key financial ratios (two net debt, two interest and one liquidity). These are included within the Financial Prudence Benchmarks attachment C. The Council anticipates staying well within these financial ratio limits for 2020/21.

The Council slightly exceeds the Rates affordability (income) benchmark - $558.6 million v $557.6 million, which as stated last year was due to significantly higher rating growth during the 2018/19 year.

The published draft Annual Plan will include a late change to the timing of the capital spend and Crown recovery for the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena. There is no rates impact from this. As a result two further benchmarks will no longer be met, the balanced budget benchmark which will reduce to 98% and the Debt Servicing benchmark which will increase to 10.5% (still an improvement on the 13.1% forecast in the LTP). These results are in line with the LTP. The financial implications are minor and the seriousness of these breaches is regarded as low. There is no concern around the Council’s ability to service its debt. Refer Attachment K.

Fees and Charges:

1.1.14      Material Fee changes are included in Attachment G. Included in the schedule is an increase in On Street Parking Fees from $3.10 per hour to $4 per hour. The additional revenue included in the draft is $600,000.

4.2   Changes to Levels of Service:

There are two proposed minor changes to levels of service accompanied by rationale. These are attached in Attachment E.

 

Decision Making Authority / Te Mana Whakatau

The Council is required to prepare and adopt an Annual Plan for each financial year (s.95(1)) Local Government Act 2002).

4.3       The purpose of the plan is to:

a)        contain the proposed annual budget and funding impact statement for 2020/21;

b)        identify any variation from the financial statements and funding impact statement in the Council’s Long Term Plan for 2020/21;

c)         provide integrated decision-making and co-ordination of the Council’s resources; and contribute to the accountability of the Council to the community.

4.4       The information for the Draft 2020/21 Annual Plan has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the LGA 2002.  The information includes:

a)        the proposed annual budget and funding impact statement for 2020/21;

b)        any variation from the financial statements and funding impact statement included in the Council's 2018-28 Long Term Plan for 2020/21;

c)         proposed changes to the Council's capital programme for 2020/21 and any significant changes to the level of service provision for activities undertaken by the Council;

d)        proposed schedule of fees and charges for 2020/21;

e)         revised schedule of significant assumptions.

4.5         The information has been prepared in accordance with the principles and procedures that apply to the preparation of the financial statements and funding impact statement included in the 2018-28 Long Term Plan. It contains appropriate references to the provisions in the LTP which set out the Council's activities for the 2020/21 year.

4.6         The information also complies with the requirements set out in Part 2 of Schedule 10 of the LGA 2002 in respect of the information to be included in an Annual Plan.

4.7         The Consultation Document will state where members of the public may obtain the underlying information, including links to all supporting documentation, on the Council’s website.

Consultation

4.8        The Council is not required to consult the community before adopting an Annual Plan, unless it includes significant or material differences from the content of the Long Term Plan for the financial year to which the Annual Plan relates.

4.9        The Council’s draft Annual Plan for 2020/21 varies to some degree the information contained in the 2018/28 Long Term Plan for that year.  Individually, these changes may not be regarded as being significant or material, but collectively they could be.

4.10      For this reason it is proposed that consultation be undertaken, for the purpose of highlighting the key changes and also to involve the community in the Council’s decision-making process. A Consultation Document has been prepared that will present the required information in a concise and simple manner, consistent with the provisions for such documents contained in the Local Government Act 2002.

4.11      The Consultation Document is also an opportunity for the Council to update the community on matters.

4.12      The process to date has included a series of briefings for the Mayor and Councillors and Community Board members, all of whom have had the opportunity to contribute to the preparation of the draft 2020/21 Annual Plan.

Audit and Risk Committee

4.13      Council’s Audit and Risk Management Committee met on 3 February 2020 in respect of the information that provides the basis for the Draft 2020/21 Annual Plan. The Audit and Risk Management Committee resolution:

a)     notes it has reviewed the general checklist and sign-off by management, including the significant forecasting assumptions, in respect of the information that provides the basis for the Draft 2020/21 Annual Plan;

b)     advises the Council that in the Committee’s opinion an appropriate process has been followed in the preparation of this information;

c)      notes it has reviewed the Draft Annual Plan 2020/21 reports and suggested some minor amendments which are incorporated into the Draft Annual Plan 2020/21 for consideration by the Council in public at its meeting on 11 February 2020.

4.14      Note that Annual Plans are not subject to formal audit by Audit New Zealand.

 

Attachments / Ngā Tāpirihanga

No.

Title

Page

a

A Draft AP 2020-21 Financial Overview

14

b

B Draft AP 2020-21 Funding Impact Statement including Rating Policy

24

c

C Draft AP 2020-21 Financial Prudence Benchmarks

38

d

D Draft AP 2020-21 Proposed Capital Programme including changes

41

e

E Draft AP 2020-21 Proposed Minor changes to Levels of service

84

f

F Draft AP 2020-21 Prospective Financial Statements

91

g

G Draft AP 2020-21 Proposed Fees and Charges including changes

120

h

H Draft AP 2020-21 Reserves and Trust Funds

176

i

I Draft AP 2020-21 Capital Endowment Fund

178

j

J Draft AP 2020-21 Consultation Document

179

k

K Draft AP 2020-21 Canterbury Multi Use Arena Timing Change Impact

198

 

 

Confirmation of Statutory Compliance / Te Whakatūturutanga ā-Ture

Compliance with Statutory Decision-making Requirements (ss 76 - 81 Local Government Act 2002).

(a) This report contains:

(i)  sufficient information about all reasonably practicable options identified and assessed in terms of their advantages and disadvantages; and

(ii) adequate consideration of the views and preferences of affected and interested persons bearing in mind any proposed or previous community engagement.

(b) The information reflects the level of significance of the matters covered by the report, as determined in accordance with the Council's significance and engagement policy.

 

Signatories / Ngā Kaiwaitohu

Authors

Bruce Moher - Manager Planning & Reporting Team

Andrew Jefferies - Manager Funds & Financial Policy

Ryan McLachlan - Reporting Accountant

Boyd Kedzlie - Senior Business Analyst

Lerks Stedman - Senior Business Analyst

Approved By

Peter Ryan - Head of Performance Management

Diane Brandish - Head of Financial Management

Carol Bellette - General Manager Finance and Commercial (CFO)

  


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