Christchurch City Council

Agenda

 

 

Notice of Meeting:

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

 

Date:                                    Thursday 23 July 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

 

 

20 July 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

23 July 2020

 

 

 


Council Annual Plan

23 July 2020

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

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

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

Council

3.        Council - Annual Plan Minutes - 19 June 2020........................................................ 5

Staff Reports

4.        Annual Plan 2020/21........................................................................................ 15   

 

 


Council Annual Plan

23 July 2020

 

 

1.   Apologies / Ngā Whakapāha

 

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

23 July 2020

 

 

3.     Council - Annual Plan Minutes - 19 June 2020

Reference / Te Tohutoro:

20/878472

Report of / Te Pou Matua:

Aidan Kimberley, Committee and Hearings Advisor

Aidan.kimberley@ccc.govt.nz

General Manager / Pouwhakarae:

Dawn Baxendale, Chief Executive

Dawn.baxendale@ccc.govt.nz

 

 

1.   Purpose of Report / Te Pūtake Pūrongo

For the Council to confirm the minutes from the Annual Plan Hearings which commenced on 19 June 2020.

2.   Recommendation to Council Annual Plan

That the Council confirm the Minutes from the Council - Annual Plan Hearings held 19 June 2020 to 26 June 2020.

 

Attachments

No.

Title

Page

A

Minutes Council - Annual Plan - 19 June 2020

6

 

 

 

Signatories / Ngā Kaiwaitohu

Author

Aidan Kimberley - Committee and Hearings Advisor

  


Council Annual Plan

23 July 2020

 

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Council Annual Plan

23 July 2020

 

 

4.     Annual Plan 2020/21

Reference / Te Tohutoro:

20/813057

Report of / Te Pou Matua:

Peter Ryan, Head of Performance Management,
Peter.Ryan@ccc.govt.nz
Diane Brandish, Head of Financial Management,
Diane.Brandish @ccc.govt.nz

General Manager / Pouwhakarae:

Carol Bellette, GM Finance and Commercial (CFO), Carol.Bellette@ccc.govt.nz

 

 

1.   Brief Summary

1.1       The Council has recently undertaken public consultation in respect of its updated draft 2020/21 Annual Plan. The purpose of this report is to present an analysis of the submissions made through the consultation process, the outcome of the Council’s deliberations to date, and recommendations for consideration before the Council adopts the 2020/21 Annual Plan.

Procedural Matters

1.2       The Council prepares and adopts an Annual Plan for each financial year (s.95(1) Local Government Act 2002).

1.3       As required by the Act, the 2020/21 Annual Plan:

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

(b)  identifies any variation from the financial statements and funding impact statement in the Council’s 2018/28 Long Term Plan;

(c)  provides integrated decision-making and co-ordination of the Council’s resources; and

(d)  contributes to the accountability of the Council in the community.

1.4       The draft 2020/21 Annual Plan was developed from the information contained in the Council’s Long Term Plan for the 2020/21 financial year.  The Annual Plan includes the annual budget for 2020/21 and a number of changes to the content of the LTP.

1.5       As the draft Annual Plan evolved, Council staff held numerous briefings with the Mayor and Councillors.  This provided opportunities for them to debate their priorities for the 2020/21 Annual Plan and their expectations for matters such as rates increases and level of debt. Consultation occurred in March 2020.

1.6       However the subsequent impacts of the COVID-19 level 4 alert and nationwide lockdown proved to be profound. There was a clear need to completely revise the draft annual plan that had been put to the community.

1.7       A new draft annual plan was created, with consultation and community engagement conducted from 12 June until 5pm 29 June 2020, with hearings and submissions in late June 2020. These included submissions from Community Boards.

1.8       Council considered the second round of community feedback at meetings of 1, 8 and 14 July to create the recommended draft Annual Plan 2020/21.

1.9       A number of key decisions are more appropriate for the 2021 Long Term Plan have been held in abeyance pending that process. For example, this includes the impacts of recent announcements from central government on new models for water governance and management. Details on how this will be implemented are not fully available at this time.

1.10    As part of both consultation processes the Council prepared a Consultation Document for the purpose of encouraging public participation in the decision-making process.  This document and the underlying information on which it relied were made available to members of the public who were given the opportunity to present their views and preferences in response.

1.11    The submissions received have been analysed by staff to identify the matters commented on, the reasons for those comments, and the overall themes that emerged from the consultation process.  This information was provided to the Mayor and Councillors before they heard oral submissions and also during the course of their deliberations.  The analysis is attached as Attachment A.

1.12    The result of the process to date is reflected in the changes to the updated draft 2020/21 Annual Plan recommended by the Mayor in Attachment B.  The rates impact of the changes is set out in Attachment C. The effect those changes would have on the Council’s operating expenditure, capital expenditure, and Rates Remission Policy are set out in Attachments D, E and F.  No changes are proposed to fees and charges compared with what Council published in the Updated Draft Annual Plan 2020/21. Minor changes to levels of service are contained in Attachment G.

1.13    The information prepared for the 2020/21 Annual Plan was subject to a series of management sign-offs, including by the Executive Leadership Team.  This confirmed compliance with the Council’s relevant statutory, financial, and legal obligations.

1.14    This was presented to the Audit and Risk Management Committee at its meeting on 21 July 2020, when it reviewed the general checklist and sign-offs, including the significant forecasting assumptions, in respect of the information that provides the basis for the 2020/21 Annual Plan.  At the time of writing the Committee is expected to resolve to advise the Council that in the Committee’s opinion an appropriate process has been followed in the preparation of this information.

Financial Overview

1.15    The recommended 2020/21 Annual Plan includes rates to be levied on 1 July of $549.2 million. This is $1.2 million higher than the updated Draft and reflects the decision to maintain the existing treatment methods for weed control, i.e. not increasing glyphosate use. This increase in cost is partly offset by a higher forecast for Transwaste dividends.

1.16    Financial changes between the updated Draft and recommended Final 2020/21 Annual Plan have resulted in no change to the proposed rates increase to existing ratepayers of 3.50% due to higher rating base growth. The increase in rates for the average house has decreased from 1.81% to 1.77%.

1.17    The recommended increase of 3.50% is 1.5% less than the 5.0% increase that was proposed in the 2018/28 Long Term Plan (LTP). All outer year increases remain generally comparable with the LTP.

1.18    Operational changes from the updated Draft are detailed in Attachment D. The total operational reduction has increased from the $23 million saving reported in the updated Draft to $32.1 million, an improvement of $9.1 million. This improvement is due to a higher forecast for Transwaste dividend, and lower interest costs as a result of reduced borrowing for the forecast COVID-19 loss, (see 1.19 below) The key changes are outlined in the Mayor’s recommendations (Attachment B), the most significant of which is the reinstatement of costs to continue with the existing reduced level of glyphosate use in public areas.

1.19    Intended borrowing for the forecast COVID-19 loss of revenue over the next two years has reduced to $89.9 million compared to $102 million in the updated Draft, a $12.1 million reduction. The forecast 20/21 CCHL dividend increased $3.3 million, and 21/22 by $0.6 million; other forecast revenue losses reduced by $8.2 million due to the faster than expected recovery from lockdown to alert level 1. 

1.20    Capital expenditure has reduced to $506.6 million from $517.4 million in the updated Draft. Changes are detailed in Attachment E. Debt servicing changes resulting from this and the higher than forecast delivery in 2019/20 are incorporated in Attachment D. The key change other than retiming is the inclusion of $4.5 million for additional Road pre-sealing work.

1.21    The funding for any projects (both capex and opex) which are currently underway will be carried forward into 2020/21.

1.22    Planned borrowing for 2020/21 has decreased from $217.8 million to $191.3 million, a $26.5 million reduction from the Updated Draft, due to lower capital carry-forwards (reflecting higher final 2019/20 delivery than expected), and improved revenue figures that borrowing was previously intended to cover. Forecast debt at 30 June 2020 is $2.192 billion compared to $2.219 billion in the updated Draft.

1.23    The Net Debt to Revenue ratio is 189.4% in 2020/21, well within the Council’s new limit of 300%. The forecast peak of 239% in 2025/26 in the updated Draft has increased to 244%, but will reduce as further cost savings are identified in the next Long Term Plan.

1.24    Unallocated funds in the Capital Endowment Fund are $0.3 million. It is expected this will increase by $0.1 million due to 2019/20 funds not allocated being carried forward.

1.25    The Local Government Act 2002 requires that each year’s projected operating revenues are set at a level sufficient to meet that year’s projected operating expenses (i.e. a balanced budget). Additionally, however, it provides that revenues may be set at a different level if Council resolves that it is financially prudent to do so. This must be resolved before the Annual Plan is adopted, having had regards to the matters in section 100 (2) of the LGA 2002.

1.26    Two issues are driving an unbalanced budget in 2020/21. The first is the significant post COVID-19 revenue reduction, i.e. revenue will not be sufficient to meet costs, and it is intended to borrow $35.75 million to cover this operational shortfall. The reduced revenue attributed to COVID-19 is $39 million comprising a lower CCHL dividend ($32.2 million) and other fees and charges ($6.8m).

1.27    In 2021/22 it is also planned to borrow $21.15 million towards a revenue shortfall as lower CCHL dividends are expected for several years. Most other revenue is expected to recover by 21/22.

1.28    All COVID-19 related borrowing ($85.6 million over 19/20, 20/21 and 21/22) is planned to be repaid over five years and this has been built into forward projections. The total has reduced from the $102 million signalled in the updated Draft Option 1. Borrowing for this short term but significant loss of revenue, and repaying the debt over a five year timeframe is considered a financially prudent response to this event.

1.29    The second issue is a significant increase in the valuation of Three Waters infrastructure which has led to an increase in annual depreciation of $15 million. Depreciation is included as a cost for the balanced budget determination. Council does not rate for depreciation, but for long run average asset renewals. The intention is to continue to steadily increase the level of rating for renewals in line with the Financial Strategy.

1.30    In addition to the balanced budget benchmark, two other Financial Prudence benchmarks are not met in the recommended 2020/21 Annual Plan. The rates affordability benchmark relating to rates income is exceeded by $22,000. This benchmark was met in the Draft and has changed for the Final as the additional rating growth which became available was used to fund the status quo solution for weed control. This is seen as a minor technical benchmark breach.

1.31    The third benchmark not met is the Debt Servicing Benchmark (borrowing costs as a percentage of revenue). This breach was signalled in the LTP, and while the percentage has improved from 11.7% in the updated Draft to 11.5%, it still exceeds the benchmark limit of 10%. As advised in the LTP, this reflects the borrowing required to fund the rebuild. There is no concern around the ability to service the debt.

1.32    There are no changes to fees and charges compared with what Council previously published in the Updated Draft Annual Plan 2020/21.

1.33    Rates late payment penalties and arrears penalties have been reduced from 10 per cent in 2019/20 to 7 per cent in 2020/21. This is set out in one of the rates resolutions in this report.

1.34    The Rates Remission Policy (Attachment F) has been changed so that penalty remissions can be used to provide rates payment extensions for financial hardship caused by COVID-19 pandemic. This will allow payment of 2020/21 rates to be extended out to as far as 30 June 2022. Extension can be provided for up to $20,000 of rates, including GST and ECan rates. Extended payment plans will be agreed with applicants. No penalties will be applied as long as the ratepayer adheres to the payment plan.

1.35    There are existing rates remissions for a small number of properties that remain uninhabitable due to the Northwood gas explosion even that occurred in July 2019. Staff propose that they be continued. This is set out in a separate resolution in this report.

1.36    The rates resolution for the excess water supply volumetric targeted rate includes additional detail to support excess water charges for high-usage households.

1.37    Notes that the Enliven Places budget was re-allocated to support $90,000 grants to Gap Filler, Green Lab, Life in Vacant Spaces and the Central City Business Association for their place making programmes subject to agreeing key performance indicators for the financial year 2020/21, and a further $100,000 grant budget to the contestable Enliven Places Projects Fund to support both central city and suburban initiatives.

Legal Considerations

1.38    A Consultation Document and the underlying information on which it relied was prepared and adopted by the Council in accordance with the requirements of s. 95A of the Local Government Act 2002. The consultation process undertaken by the Council complied with the consultation principles set out in s.82 of the Act.

1.39    One of the roles of the Mayor is to lead the development of an Annual Plan (s. 41A of the Act).  This is reflected in the Mayor’s recommendations in respect of proposed changes to the draft 2020/21 Annual Plan, set out in Attachment B.

1.40    An Annual Plan must normally be adopted before the commencement of the year to which it relates, in this case - 1 July 2020 (s. 95(3)). However in this instance the impacts of the COVID-19 level 4 alert and subsequent lockdown meant that this could not occur (see 1.6-1.8 above.) Many NZ local authorities found themselves in this position. Council took detailed legal advice on adopting its Annual Plan after 1 July 2020 and that advice was clear that under these extraordinary circumstances Council is able to do so.

Consultation

1.41    Members of the public were able to make submissions in response to the Consultation Document and its underlying information from 12 June to 29 June 2020.

1.42    Written feedback could be provided by completion of a submission form, either on-line or in hard copy form, email message, letter, or hand delivery to the Hereford Street Civic Offices.

1.43    The Council also invited informal feedback through social media such as Facebook and Twitter.

1.44    There were over 1,000 written submissions (excluding proforma submissions).  Nearly 800 submissions from the first consultation were resubmitted.  In early July the Councillors heard from 116 submitters.

1.45    The submissions are available at https://www.ccc.govt.nz/the-council/consultations-and-submissions/haveyoursay/show/308

1.46    The Council also heard 114 verbal submissions during June.

 

2.   Officer Recommendations / Ngā Tūtohu

That the Council:

2.1    Receives the information contained in this report and attachments;

2.2    Notes the advice of the Council’s Audit and Risk Management Committee at its meeting on 21 July 2020 that an appropriate process has been followed in the preparation of the information that provides the basis for this 2020/21 Annual Plan;

2.3    Resolves that it is financially prudent to adopt a budget that does not balance for the 2020/21 year in accordance with section 100 (2) of the LGA 2002.

2.4    Adopts the Mayor’s recommendations set out in Attachment B;

2.5    Adopts the proposed changes to the Council’s operating expenditure for 2020/21 set out in Attachment D;

2.6    Adopts the proposed changes to the Council’s capital expenditure for 2020/21 set out in Attachment E;

2.7    Adopts the proposed changes to the Rates Remission Policy set out in Attachment F;

2.8    Notes there are no changes to the proposed fees and charges previously published in the Updated Draft Annual Plan 2020/21;

2.9    Adopts the proposed changes to levels of service set out in Attachment G;

2.10 Adopts the 2020/21 Annual Plan, comprising the updated Draft 2020/21 Annual Plan (including the 2020/21 Funding Impact Statement), the Mayor’s recommendations adopted by resolution 2.4 above, and the changes set out in Attachments D – G adopted by resolutions 2.5 – 2.9 above;

2.11 Authorises the Chief Financial Officer to make any amendments required to ensure the published 2020/21 Annual Plan aligns with the Council’s resolutions of 23 July 2020, and to make other non-material changes that may be required;

2.12 Authorises the Chief Financial Officer and the Head of Financial Management (jointly) to borrow in accordance with the Liability Management Policy sufficient funds to enable the Council to meet its funding requirements as set out in the 2020/21 Annual Plan;

2.13 Having set out rates information in the Funding Impact Statement contained in the 2020/21 Annual Plan (adopted by the above resolutions), resolves to set the following rates under the Local Government (Rating) Act 2002 for the 2020-21 financial year, commencing on 1 July 2020 and ending on 30 June 2021 (all statutory references are to the Local Government (Rating) Act 2002):

a)       a uniform annual general charge under section 15(1)(b) of $132 (incl. GST) per separately used or inhabited part of a rating unit;

b)       a general rate under sections 13(2)(b) and 14 set differentially based on property type, as follows:

Differential Category

Basis for Liability

Rate Factor (incl. GST) (cents/$ of capital value)

Standard

Capital Value

0.298673

Business

Capital Value

0.506848

Remote Rural

Capital Value

0.224005

c)       a water supply targeted rate under section 16(3)(b) and 16(4)(b) set differentially depending on whether a property is connected or capable of connection to the on-demand water reticulation system, as follows:

Differential Category

Basis for Liability

Rate Factor (incl. GST) (cents/$ of capital value)

Connected (full charge)

Capital Value

0.062958

Serviceable (half charge)

Capital Value

0.031479

d)       a restricted water supply targeted rate under sections 16(3)(b) and 16(4)(a) on all rating units with one or more connections to restricted water supply systems of $215.25 (incl. GST) for each standard level of service received by a rating unit;

e)       a land drainage targeted rate under sections 16(3)(b) and 16(4)(a) on all rating units in the serviced area of 0.039739 cents per dollar of capital value (incl. GST);

f)        a sewerage targeted rate under sections 16(3)(b) and 16(4)(a) on all rating units in the serviced area of 0.084493 cents per dollar of capital value (incl. GST);

g)       a waste minimisation targeted rate under sections 16(3)(b) and 16(4)(b) set differentially depending on whether a full or partial service is provided, as follows:

Differential Category

Basis for Liability

Rate Charge (incl. GST)

Full service

Per separately used or inhabited part of a rating unit

$203.85

Partial service

Per separately used or inhabited part of a rating unit

$152.89

Note: 
The full service charge is assessed on every separately used or inhabited part of a rating unit in the serviced area. The partial service charge is assessed on every separately used or inhabited part of a rating unit outside the kerbside collection area, where a limited depot collection service is available (75% of the full rate).

h)       a water supply fire connection targeted rate under sections 16(3)(b) and 16(4)(a) on all rating units receiving the benefit of a water supply fire connection of $117 (incl. GST) per connection;

i)        an excess water supply volumetric targeted rate under section 19(2)(a) set for all rating units which receive a commercial water supply as defined in the Water Supply, Wastewater and Stormwater Bylaw 2014, plus land under single ownership on a single certificate of title and used for three or more household residential units, boarding houses, motels, rest homes, and residential properties using significantly in excess of ordinary residential use, of $1.05 (incl. GST) per cubic metre or any part of a cubic metre for consumption in excess of the rating unit’s water supply targeted rate allowance, provided that all properties will be entitled to a minimum consumption of 0.6986 cubic metres per day, and provided that residential properties using significantly in excess of ordinary residential use will be liable only for the amount of water used above the greater of (a) 333 cubic metres per year or (b) the rating unit’s water supply targeted rate allowance;

The rating unit’s water supply targeted rate allowance in cubic metres per year is the volume of water equal to the assessed water supply targeted rate divided by $1.05.

For example, if a rating unit is assessed $1,050 for the water supply targeted rate, that rating unit's water supply targeted rate allowance for the year is 1,000 cubic metres ($1,050 divided by $1.05/m3), which is 2.74 cubic metres per day. Liability for the excess water supply volumetric targeted rate commences when consumption commences of the 1,001st cubic metre by that rating unit.

j)        an active travel targeted rate under section 16(3)(a) and 16(4)(a) of $20.00 (incl. GST) per separately used or inhabited part of a rating unit;

k)       a Special Heritage (Cathedral) targeted rate under section 16(3)(a) and 16(4)(a) of $6.52 (incl. GST) per separately used or inhabited part of a rating unit;

l)        an Akaroa Health Centre targeted rate under section 16(3)(b) and 16(4)(a) of $116.38 (incl. GST) per separately used or inhabited part of a rating unit, for rating units located in areas defined by the following valuation roll numbers: 23890, 23900, 23910, 23920, 23930, 23940 and 23961 (the eastern portion of Banks Peninsula ward)

2.14 Resolves that all rates except the excess water supply volumetric targeted rate be due in four instalments, and set the following due dates for payment:

Instalment

1

2

3

4

Area 1

15 August 2020

15 November 2020

15 February 2021

15 May 2021

Area 2

15 September 2020

15 December 2020

15 March 2021

15 June 2021

Area 3

31 August 2020

30 November 2020

28 February 2021

31 May 2021

Where the Instalment Areas are defined geographically as follows:

Area 1

Area 2

Area 3

Includes generally the Central City and the suburbs of St Albans, Merivale, Mairehau, Papanui, Riccarton, Addington, Spreydon, Sydenham, Beckenham, Opawa and Banks Peninsula.

Includes generally the suburbs of Shirley, New Brighton, Linwood, Woolston, Mt Pleasant, Sumner, Cashmere and Heathcote.

Includes generally the suburbs of Belfast, Redwood, Parklands, Harewood, Avonhead, Bishopdale, Ilam, Fendalton, Hornby, Templeton and Halswell.

2.15 Resolves that excess water supply volumetric targeted rates be due for payment on the following dates

Month in which amounts are invoiced

Due date

July 2020

20 August 2020

August 2020

20 September 2020

September 2020

20 October 2020

October 2020

20 November 2020

November 2020

20 December 2020

December 2020

20 January 2021

January 2021

20 February 2021

February 2021

20 March 2021

March 2021

20 April 2021

April 2021

20 May 2021

May 2021

20 June 2021

June 2021

20 July 2021

2.16 Resolves to add the following penalties to unpaid rates:

a)       a penalty of 7 per cent will be added to any portion of an instalment not paid on or by the due date, to be added on the following dates:

Instalment

1

2

3

4

Area 1

20 August 2020

19 November 2020

18 February 2021

20 May 2021

Area 2

18 September 2020

18 December 2020

18 March 2021

18 June 2021

Area 3

03 September 2020

03 December 2020

04 March 2021

03 June 2021

b)       an additional penalty of 7 per cent will be added on 01 October 2020 to any rates assessed, and penalties added, before 1 July 2020 and which remain unpaid on 01 October 2020;

c)       a further penalty of 7 per cent will be added if any rates to which a penalty has been added under (b) above remain unpaid on 01 April 2021.

2.17 Resolves that it is fair and equitable to continue the existing rates remission to those ratepayers whose houses remain uninhabitable due to the Northwood gas explosion event on 19 July 2019. Any remissions will cease when the building becomes occupied again (or able to be occupied). 

 

 

 

Attachments / Ngā Tāpirihanga

No.

Title

Page

a

2020/21 Annual Plan - Analysis of Submissions to Draft Annual Plan

24

b

Mayor's Recommendation

32

c

2020/21 Annual Plan - Rates Analysis

38

d

2020/21 Annual Plan - Changes to Operational Expenditure

40

e

2020/21 Annual Plan - Changes to Capital Expenditure

41

f

2020/21 Annual Plan - Rates Remission Policy

42

g

2020/21 Annual Plan - Changes, Errors and Omissions in Levels of Service

46

 

 

In addition to the attached documents, the following background information is available:

Document Name

Location / File Link

Submissions are available on the Have Your Say page.

https://www.ccc.govt.nz/the-council/consultations-and-submissions/haveyoursay/show/308

 

 

 

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

Diane Brandish - Head of Financial Management

Peter Ryan - Head of Performance Management

Bruce Moher - Manager Planning & Reporting Team

Ryan McLachlan - Reporting Accountant

Approved By

Peter Ryan - Head of Performance Management

Diane Brandish - Head of Financial Management

Carol Bellette - General Manager Finance and Commercial (CFO)

Dawn Baxendale - Chief Executive

  


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