Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 13-19 March 2017

Auckland Council’s annual plan is out for consultation over the next month, and the council will soon begin consultation on the overarching planning document, the Auckland Plan.

THIS WEEK

Auckland Council:

Committees:
Community development & safety committee, Thursday 9.30am, Town Hall
Environment & community committee, Tuesday 9.30am, Town Hall

Hearings:
Avondale, 25 St Jude St, St Jude’s Anglican Church, application by AECC Holdings Ltd to demolish an existing building on the 3288m² site (but not the historic church or church hall) and replace with 2-storey childcare facility for up to 100 children, hearing Tuesday 9.30am, Town Hall

Submissions:
Auckland Council annual plan, public consultation runs until 27 March

Auctions:
Barfoot & Thompson, commercial & apartments, Thursday 10am, residential Wednesday-Thursday 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, residential, 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Tuesday 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
Ray White City Apartments, Thursday 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:
Balance of payments & international investment position, December quarter, Wednesday
Food price index, February, Monday
Gross domestic product, December quarter, Thursday
US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Tuesday-Wednesday
Vehicle registrations, February – tables (Infoshare), Tuesday

Parliament:
Parliament sits Tuesday-Thursday.

The diary – it’s comprehensive

The diary is updated weekly and contains main Auckland Council agenda items, hearings & submission closing dates, plus auctions, economic & property-related events, property- & finance-related bills before Parliament and securities information.

Council links

All Auckland Council agendas can be reached via http://infocouncil.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/. You can view the agenda headings separately from content, and click through to the content you want to see instead of having to open a whole large document.

You can also check full local board agendas through http://infocouncil.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/.

The council livestreams (and archives) Town Hall meetings and some other meetings. You can check those at http://councillive.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/.

Auckland Council

Governing body:

Governing body, Thursday 23 March at 9.30am, Town Hall

Committees:

Appointments & performance review committee, Wednesday 29 March at 9.30am, Town Hall
Community development & safety committee, Thursday 16 March at 9.30am, Town Hall

Environment & community committee, Tuesday 14 March at 9.30am, Town Hall:
12, Exchange of parts of Northboro Reserve for other land – Ngati Whatua Orakei Whai Rawa Ltd proposes a swap of 3510m² in the 8.4ha Hillary Crescent special housing area for 1801m² of the reserve as part of project to remove existing 82 homes and develop 300 new homes starting in 2018

Finance & performance committee, Tuesday 21 March at 9.30am, Town Hall
Planning committee, Tuesday 28 March at 9.30am, Town Hall

Forums, panels & boards:

You can check council meeting agendas through this link: http://infocouncil.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/

Local boards in this round are considering the council proposal, dubbed Project 17, on council maintenance contracts, the draft air quality bylaw for indoor domestic fires, and ATEED (Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development Ltd) & Panuku Development Auckland regular reports.

City Centre Advisory Board, Wednesday 29 March at 10.30am, 135 Albert St

Manurewa Local Board, Thursday 16 March at 6pm, Manurewa, 7 Hill Rd, local board office:
20, Project 17, Auckland Council maintenance contracts (also, 2 parts of Project 17 will be considered in the confidential section of the agenda)

Hearings:

Avondale, 25 St Jude St, St Jude’s Anglican Church, application by AECC Holdings Ltd to demolish an existing building on the 3288m² site (but not the historic church or church hall) and replace with 2-storey childcare facility for up to 100 children, hearing Tuesday 14 March at 9.30am, Town Hall

Browns Bay, 3-7 Woodlands Crescent and 786 788, 790 & 792 Beach Rd, application by Aria Bay Retirement Village Ltd to redevelop retirement village care facilities, demolish a building and construct a new building containing 62 serviced apartments & 58 care beds, hearing Wednesday 17 May at 9.30am, Takapuna, council service centre, 1 The Strand

Epsom, 22 Kipling Avenue, application by Kipling House Ltd to demolish a 27-bedroom boarding house on a 1249m² section to make way for a healthcare facility specialising in screening for & prevention of bowel cancer, hearing  Tuesday 28 March at 9.30am,  Town Hall

Henderson, Lincoln Rd, notice of requirement by Auckland Transport for road improvements including widening along 1.3km, both sides, from Te Pai Place & Pomania Rd to the intersections of Triangle Rd & Central Park Drive, hearing was to have been Wednesday-Friday 22-24 March – postponed until further notice

Mt Roskill, 20 & 21-23 Tropicana Drive, application by Ryman Healthcare Ltd for retirement village on several sites totalling 8.9ha (in addition, Mt Roskill, 202A-202B White Swan Rd & 8 Lynfield Place, and Lynfield, 11 Commodore Drive) bought from evangelist Bill Subritzky (who died in December 2015), the village to contain 332 independent units in buildings of 2-3 storeys on the perimeter and up to 6 storeys elsewhere, hearing Tuesday-Thursday 21-23 March at 9.30am, Manukau, council centre, 31-33 Manukau Station Rd
Earlier story, 23 July 2014: Ryman buys Subritzky’s Tropicana

Northern interceptor stages 3-6, notices of requirement by Watercare Services Ltd, hearing Thursday-Friday 23-24 March at 9.30am, Takapuna, council service centre

Waiheke Island, Kennedy Point, Donald Bruce Rd, application by Kennedy Point Boatharbour Ltd (Tony Mair) to construct a 206-berth marina, hearing Monday-Friday 3-7 April, Palm Beach, Waiheke Island Resort, 4 Bay Rd

Submissions:

Auckland-Manukau eastern transport initiative (Ameti), stage 2A (Panmure-Pakuranga busway) project, submissions close Monday 20 March

Auckland Council annual plan, public consultation closes Monday 27 March

Mt Eden, 31 Esplanade Rd, application by View West Ltd (Andrew Montgomerie) to demolish St James Church Hall, a category B scheduled building, submissions close Wednesday 5 April

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, Total Property commercial auction, Wednesday 12 April at 11am, residential Wednesdays at 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 15 March at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Tuesday 14 March at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
NAI Harcourts, commercial, Thursday 6 April at 1pm, Takapuna, 128 Hurstmere Rd
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

Accommodation survey, January, Monday 20 March (rescheduled from 10 March)
Balance of payments & international investment position, December quarter, Wednesday 15 March
Births & deaths, December 2016 year – cancelled, data will be available in the year ending March 2017, Infoshare release on 16 May
Building consents, February, Friday 31 March
Business operations survey, 2016, Wednesday 22 March
Food price index, February, Monday 13 March
Gross domestic product, December quarter, Thursday 16 March
Migration, international travel, February, Tuesday 21 March
Productivity statistics, 1978–2016, Wednesday 22 March
Research & development survey, 2016, Wednesday 29 March
Regional gross domestic product, March 2016 year, Thursday 30 March (rescheduled from 9 March)
Reserve Bank, official cashrate announcement, Thursday 23 March
Trade – overseas merchandise, February, Friday 24 March
US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Tuesday-Wednesday 14-15 March
Vehicle registrations, February – tables (Infoshare), Tuesday 14 March

Events:

Prefab NZ, CoLab conference, Tuesday-Wednesday 21-22 March, AUT, Sir Paul Reeves Building

Constructing our world, Wednesday-Friday 22-24 March, Auckland, Pullman Hotel, hosted by NZ Institute of Building in collaboration with the Australian & Singaporean Institutes of Building

Property Council, outlook breakfast, Wednesday 22 March at 7.30am, Grand Millennium Auckland, 71 Mayoral Drive

Digital Earth & Locate 17, International Society for Digital Earth conference, Monday-Thursday 3-6 April, Sydney Convention Centre

Good Friday, 7 April

World masters games, 21-30 April, Auckland & Waikato

World sustainable built environment conference, Sunday-Tuesday 5-7 June, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

Property Council awards, awards dinner Friday 16 June

HotelsWorld, Tuesday-Thursday 25-27 July, Sydney, 4 consecutive events for hotel, resort & serviced apartment operators, investors, developers, lenders & industry professionals

Third tripartite economic summit between Auckland, Guangzhou & Los Angeles, Wednesday-Friday 27-29 September (to be confirmed), Guangzhou

Link: Auckland Council update on the tripartite economic alliance between Auckland, Guangzhou & Los Angeles

Building for better lives, Australian national housing conference hosted by Australian Housing & Research Institute, 29 November-1 December, Sydney, International Convention Centre

Legal:

Queen’s Counsel, applications for appointment close Monday 27 March, and appointments should be made in early June

Parliament:

Order paper, Tuesday 14 March:

Government orders of the day:

1, Resource Legislation Amendment Bill, interrupted debate on remaining second reading
2, Taxation (Annual Rates for 2016-17, Closely Held Companies & Remedial Matters) Bill, committee stage
3, Fire & Emergency NZ Bill, committee stage
5, Intelligence & Security Bill, committee stage
8, Education (Tertiary Education & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, first reading (introduced 8 February)
9, Iwi & Hapu of Te Rohe o Te Wairoa Claims Settlement Bill, first reading
10-11, Ngati Pukenga Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March), and Ngai Te Rangi & Nga Potiki Claims Settlement Bill, second reading
12, Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Bill, third reading
13, Maritime Crimes Amendment Bill, committee stage
14, Land Transfer Bill, committee stage
15, Telecommunications (Property Access & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, committee stage
16, Trade (Anti-dumping & Countervailing Duties) Amendment Bill, committee stage
17, Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill, committee stage
19, Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa Claims Settlement Bill, third reading
20, Appropriation (2015-16 Confirmation & Validation) Bill, committee stage
22, Conservation (Infringement System) Bill, first reading (introduced 22 February)
23, Tauranga Moana Iwi Collective Redress & Nga Hapu o Ngati Ranginui Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)
24-26, Regulatory Systems (Building & Housing) Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Local Government & Environment Committee presented 3 March) and Regulatory Systems (Commercial Matters) Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Commerce Committee presented 3 March; cognate bills – Business Committee determination) and Regulatory Systems (Workplace Relations) Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Transport & Industrial Relations Committee presented 7 March)
28, Telecommunications (Property Access and Other Matters) Amendment Bill, (consideration of interim report of the Commerce Committee presented 3 November 2016)
30, Commerce (Cartels & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, committee stage
31, Taxation (Income-sharing Tax Credit) Bill, second reading
32, Insolvency Practitioners Bill, committee stage
33, Regulatory Standards Bill, second reading
34, Nga Rohe Moana o Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Bill, first reading

Members’ orders of the day:

1, Student Loan Scheme (First Home Repayment Diversion) Amendment Bill, Gareth Hughes, interrupted debate on first reading
3, Public Finance (Sustainable Development Indicators) Amendment Bill, James Shaw, first reading

Securities – overseas

ANZ Banking Group, interim result Tuesday 2 May, full-year result Thursday 26 October

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