Integrating Governance Planning and Delivery 3/2/20 Rev iew
Integrating Governance Planning and Delivery 3/2/20 Rev iew a lign App rov eA Integrated Planning Funding & Delivery From Vision to Reality nd Up dat e Vision Outcomes Strategy Policies and Laws Investments Funding Delivery Principal Planning Laws 1,358 Pages of Process! 776 Pages 03/02/2020 444 Pages 138 Pages LGA RMA PURPOSE: To promote the sustainable management of natural and physical resources LTMA PURPOSE: Democratic local decision-making To provide good-quality local infrastructure and services Cost effective regulation National Policy Statements Objectives & Policies of National Significance Only four have been developed National Coastal Policy
Statement National Environmental Standards Air, water, soil, noise contaminants etc Monitoring Matters of National Significance Designations & Heritage Orders Auckland Spatial Plan Long term 20-30 year growth strategy Separate Public Consultation for each plan Board of Inquiry, Hearing or Public Consultation Processes Water Conservation Orders Auckland Council Local Board Plans Describes activities & community outcomes for next 3 years Separate Public Consultation for each plan Regional Policy Statements Objectives, policies & methods to promote sustainable management of regional natural & physical resources Regional Plans / Regional Coastal Plans Rules governing the use of resources within the region District Plans: Rules governing the use of land and other resources within the district Public / Iwi Consultation Submissions, Hearings & Appeals process PURPOSE: To contribute to an effective, efficient, and safe land transport system Auckland Council Local Board Agreements Budget & Funding for each financial year
Relevant National Policy Statement under the RMA National Energy & Conservation Strategy Long Term Plan Prepared by Councils every three years Describes activities & community outcomes for 10+ financial years Includes 10 year financial projection Annual Plan Prepared by Councils annually Annual budget & Funding Impact Statement Must support the LTP and explain variances Activity / Project Funding PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT CONSENTING & FUNDING A PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT Govt Policy Statement on Land Transport Govts 10+ year policy objectives Issued every 6 years Includes 3 year investment strategy Consultation with: NZTA; LGNZ & representative groups of land transport users and providers Relevant Regional Policies Statements or Plans under the RMA Public Consultation National Land Transport Programme Prepared by NZTA every three years Must give effect to the GPS Allocates National Land Transport Funds to activities (projects) Regional Land Transport Programme Transport outcomes & objectives for 10+ years Prepared by Regional Transport Committees or Auckland Transport Prioritised list of projects for consideration for NLTF
Activity / Project Funding Public Transport services State Highways Local Roads Walking and Cycling KEY Strong Statutory Influence (e.g. give effect to; recognise and provide) Medium Statutory Influence (e.g. be consistent with) Hearing and consultation processes Weak level of statutory influence (e.g. have regard to; take into account; be informed by) 78 Local Authorities ranging from 3,555 people in Kaikoura to 1.4 million in Auckland Population 1,500,000 1,400,000 1,300,000 1,200,000 1,100,000 1,000,000 900,000 800,000 Wheres the logic in this? 700,000 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000 0 nd City City City trict trict trict trict City trict trict trict trict trict City trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict trict tory la k is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is is
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WESTERN BAY DISTRICT COUNCIL ROTORUA DISTRICT COUNCIL WHAKATANE DISTRICT COUNCIL KAWERAU DISTRICT COUNCIL 5 Community Boards NZ TRANSPORT AGENCY BoP LOCAL AUTHORITY SHARED SERVICES KIWIRAIL REGIONAL TRANSPORT COMMIITTEE ANIMAL CONTROL BAYCOURT THEATRE BUILDING & PLANNING CEMETERIES & CREMATORIUM ELDERY HOUSING ENVIRONMENTAL FOOD & HEALTH GRAFFITI & NOISE LIBRARY SERVICES LIQUOR LICESNING PARKING PARKS & RESERVES HARBOUR DEV SWIMMING POOLS WATER SERVICES WASTE & RECYCLING HOUSING NZ MINISTRY OF EDUCATION NATIONAL HEALTH BOARD BAY OF CONNECTIONS CIVIL DEFENCE EMERGENCY MGT GRP BAY OF PLENTY DHB SMART GROWTH IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE
LAKES DHB PUBLIC TRANSPORT COMMITTEE MINISTRY SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT WORK & INCOME NZ BoP REGION CHILD YOUTH & FAMILY MIDLAND REGION NZ POLICE 4 DISTRICT COURTS ROADS AND TRANSPORT WBOP JOINT ROAD SAFETY COMMITTEE OHIWA HARBOUR IMPLEMENTATION FORUM ROUTE K TOLL ROAD WESTERN BAY JOINT RURAL FIRE AUTHORITY TAURANGA CITY INVESTMENTS RANGITAIKI RIVER FORUM BAY LEISURE & EVENTS LTD QUAYSIDE HOLDINGS TAURANGA ART GALLERY PORT OF TAURANGA TAURANGA AIRPORT REGIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE FUND MAUAO Constituency
Ngai Te Rangi Te Arawa OKUREI Constituency Ngati Awa PRIORITY ONE WESTERN BoP TOURISM TRUST (TOURISM Bop) CREATIVE TAURANGA TCC WBOP JOINT GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE CENTRAL REGION Ngati Ranginui ROADS AND TRANSPORT ROTORUA TE ARAWA LAKES STRATEGY GROUP BoP DISTRICT 23 STATIONS MINISTRY OF JUSTICE ANIMAL CONTROL BUILDING & PLANNING CEMETERIES ELDERY HOUSING ENVIRONMENTAL FOOD & HEALTH GRAFFITI & NOISE LIBRARY SERVICES LIQUOR LICESNING PARKING PARKS & RESERVES WATER SERVICES WASTE & RECYCLING Tuhoe KOHI Constituency Whakatohea INTERMEDIATE HOUSING WORKING PARTY Nga Tai Whanau-aapanui
OPOTIKI DISTRICT COUNCIL Coast Community Brd ANIMAL CONTROL BUILDING & PLANNING ELDERY HOUSING ENVIRONMENTAL FOOD & HEALTH GRAFFITI & NOISE LIBRARY SERVICES LIQUOR LICESNING PARKING SWIMMING POOLS TOURISM CASTLECORP 3 WATERS REFUSE FOOTPATHS PARKS GARDENS & SPORTSFIELDS CEMETARIES & CREMATORIUM FLEET MAINT RURAL FIRE ROADS AND TRANSPORT GROW ROTORUA LOCAL AUTHORITY SHARED SERVICES WAIKATO ROTORUA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ROTORUA DISTRICT COUNCIL HOLDINGS LTD HYDRUS ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS COUNCIL NURSERY ANIMAL CONTROL BUILDING & PLANNING CEMETERIES & CREMATORIUM ELDERY HOUSING ENVIRONMENTAL FOOD & HEALTH GRAFFITI & NOISE LIBRARY SERVICES LIQUOR LICESNING PARKING PARKS & RESERVES HARBOUR DEV SWIMMING POOLS TOURISM WATER SERVICES WASTE & RECYCLING
ANIMAL CONTROL BUILDING & PLANNING CEMETERIES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL FOOD & HEALTH GRAFFITI & NOISE LIBRARY SERVICES LIQUOR LICESNING PARKING PARKS & RESERVES SWIMMING POOL TOURISM WATER SERVICES WASTE & RECYCLING ANIMAL CONTROL BUILDING & PLANNING CEMETERIES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL FOOD & HEALTH GRAFFITI & NOISE HARBOUR DEV LIBRARY SERVICES LIQUOR LICESNING PARKING PARKS & RESERVES SWIMMING POOL TOURISM WATER SERVICES WASTE & RECYCLING ROADS AND TRANSPORT ROADS AND TRANSPORT ROADS AND TRANSPORT WHAKATANE AIRPORT TOI ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY Complex Institutional Arrangements Bay of Plenty Example KEY: CROWN AGENCIES TRANSPORT & ROADS SHARED SERVICES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EMERGENCY SERVICES MAORI CONSTITUENCIES
CROWN AGENCY / DEPARTMENT COUNCIL SERVICES CROWN AGENCY RELATIONSHIPS WITH COUNCILS URBAN PLANNING NATIONAL&LAND INVESTMENTS LATESTRANSPORT FUNDING COUNCIL CONTROL / FUNDING / MEMBERSHIP / AIRPORTS SHAREHOLDING OR SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCE CREATIVE ARTS IWI IWI REPRESENTATION ON REGIONAL COUNCIL As a small nation we could lead the world in integrated governance, planning and delivery But for a nation with just 4.5 million people we sure know how to make things complicated! 80,000 pages of plans and rules Hon Nick Smith: 20th annual speech to Nelson Rotary Club Jan 2015 Where are the people? 3/2/20 Local Government Reputation Index 3/10 3/2/20 Source: LGNZ June 2017 What about the environment? this report concludes that the environmental outcomes of the RMA have not met expectations it has largely failed to achieve the goal of sustainable management to date. Evaluating the Environmental outcomes of the RMA A report by the Environmental Defence Society, June 2016 Who Leads Regional Development? 90 30 20 10
- 36,531 40,645 42,366 43,954 44,997 47,119 48,156 52,497 54,178 55,727 57,046 Regional Councils? 36,955 40 49,407 50 58,717 60 The Government? 67,888 70 71,297 80 Regional GDP per Capita 2016 District Councils? Very weak incentive to lead growth Especially when the taxes primarily go to central government! Central and Local Government Taxation 1993 to 2015 70,000 60,000 There has to be a case for sharing the growth dividend $M
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