In this round of local board meetings, all boards will consider the governance framework review (links taken from the Orakei Local Board agenda for its meeting on Thursday):
12, Governance framework review recommendations
Summary table of report recommendations
Regional decision-making and policy processes
Allocations and delegations
Reserve Act land exchanges
Local boards and Auckland Transport
Confirmation of draft transport recommendations
Waiheke Local Board pilot project cover paper
Waiheke pilot project outline
Funding and finance workstream paper 1
Funding and finance cover paper July
Funding finance description of 2 models
Number of local boards
Who gets the name Wesley?
The Puketapapa Local Board will return this week to the topic of where in Auckland the suburb name Wesley should be used:
The Puketapapa board also has airport access – light or heavy rail, and the route – on its agenda this week:
Three Kings plan change
And the Puketapapa board has a request for its view on whether a plan change request from Fletcher Residential Ltd to amend the Three Kings precinct, and to rezone some land within the precinct, should be accepted as a private plan change or adopted as a council plan change.
The council’s planning committee will make the council decision on how the plan change request will be treated.
After a submission from the Friends of Okura Group, the Hibiscus & Bays Local Board has received a report on sediment discharges from the Envirofill cleanfill site at 1627 East Coast Rd at Redvale, and the Weiti village development nearby, which has concluded the developments meet their consent conditions.
Attribution: Local board agendas.