Christchurch City Council is meeting at 9.30am on Thursday 10 December. The main items on the agenda for the public part of the meeting are:
- Reports from all the Community Boards outlining issues and projects in their respective areas.
- A report from the Banks Peninsula Community Board which recommends the Council approve the transfer of funds within the Lyttelton Master Plan Programme from the Lyttelton Pedestrian Linkages project to support the priority upgrade of the Lyttelton Information Centre toilets.
- A report from the Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board which recommends the Council start public consultation on a proposal to build new changing rooms in North Hagley Park.
- A report which recommends the Council endorse the strategic approach to public transport over the next decade as outlined in the Greater Christchurch Public Transport Futures Combined Business Cases.
- A report that recommends the Council accept the gift of the Citizens’ War Memorial from the Church Property Trustees, subject to sufficient funds being provided for the memorial’s relocation.
- A report that recommends the Council lease the Old Municipal Chambers to a new charitable trust set up by the private company Box 112. Under the lease agreement Box 112 would strengthen the refurbish the quake-damaged building at the direction of the trust.
- A report which recommends the Council proceed with a non-comprehensive review of the Montgomery Spur Reserve Management Plan 2010.
- A report which recommends the Council consult with the public on changing the legal status of City Mall so that it can be turned from a pedestrian mall into a shared zone.
- A report which recommends the Council decline to enter into an exclusive arrangement with the Ōtākaro Regeneration Company for the purposes of collaborative master planning of the company's development proposals.
- A Hearings Panel report that recommends the Council lease a strip of land in Cathedral Square to Christ Church Cathedral Reinstatement Limited for up to 10 years.
- A Hearings Panel report that recommends the Council stops discharging Akaroa’s treated wastewater into Akaroa Harbour and instead uses it to irrigate land in the Inner Bays (Robinsons Bay, Hammond Point and Takamātua).
- A report that outlines the process to be used for reviewing and determining the future use of Council properties that are no longer required for the purpose for which they were originally required.
- A report that recommends the Council amend the terms of reference for its Youth Advisory Council to allow the appointment of external members.
- A report which recommends the Council appoint a Recess Committee to consider any issues that require a Council decision in the period between 18 December 2020 and 27 January 2021.
Read the full agenda.
The public are welcome to attend the Council meeting, which will be held in the Council Chamber on the second floor of the Civic Offices in Hereford Street. Alternatively you can watch the meeting on the live-stream.