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Christchurch City Council’s 2021 Annual Report shows it invested more than $446 million to improve city services, infrastructure and facilities.
Christchurch City Council Chief Executive Dawn Baxendale and her new Executive Leadership Team are proposing a change to the organisation’s third tier management structure, with some consequential changes also proposed for fourth tier.
The final proposal for Christchurch’s representation arrangements has been adopted by councillors, with one small additional change to the recommendations from the Council after the hearings concluded on 3 June.
Christchurch City Council has listened and responded to residents’ calls for continued investment in core infrastructure and to keep rates increases as low as possible.
Christchurch City Council Chief Executive Dawn Baxendale says she is committed to continuing to ensure the organisation is focusing its resources in the right place and operating as efficiently as possible.
Public submissions on Christchurch’s representation arrangements have led to the elected members’ Hearing Panel recommending some changes to the initial proposal.
The findings of the latest Residents Survey reinforce the need for a Long Term Plan that focuses on investing in core services and infrastructure, says Christchurch City Council Chief Executive Dawn Baxendale.
More than 2300 residents have had their say on the Christchurch City Council’s budget for the next 10 years, with consultation now closed on the Draft Long Term Plan 2021–31.