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Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 3-9 December 2018

The diary is updated weekly and lists auctions, council meetings & agendas, hearings & submissions, economic release dates, events, Parliament order paper items and securities.

Council links

All Auckland Council agendas can be reached via 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

As Auckland Council makes changes to its website, hearing & submission pages can be hard to find. This is the new link to the page for submissions on consent applications:

https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/have-your-say/have-your-say-notified-resource-consent/notified-resource-consent-applications-open-submissions/Pages/default.aspx

Committees:

Audit & risk committee, Wednesday 5 December at 10.15am, 135 Albert St

Environment & community committee, Tuesday 4 December at 9.30am, Town Hall:

8, Optimal size of the civic space at 254 Ponsonby Rd – the committee also has public input & input from the local board on this item

Recommendation

254 Ponsonby Rd – development timeline    

254 Ponsonby Rd – policy assessment   

9, Approval of the Auckland water strategy discussion document for public consultation

Recommendation

Auckland water strategy discussion document for public consultation 

10, Strategic approach to sediment

Recommendation  

Strategic approach to sediment: work programme    

11, Auckland climate action plan

Recommendation 

7 key topics for the Auckland Climate Symposium    

12, I am Auckland implementation plan & evaluation framework

Recommendation  

I Am Auckland implementation plan    

I Am Auckland evaluation framework    

Evaluation plan example 

13, Draft sports investment plan

Recommendation  

Increasing Aucklanders’ participation in sport: Sport investment plan 2019-39 [published separately]    

14 Adoption of facility partnerships policy

Recommendation

Facility partnerships policy – summary of feedback & responses    

Final facility partnerships policy – December 2018    

15, Reserve revocation – council-owned lands adjoining 18 Edwin Freeman Place, Ranui, & 18 Parrs Cross Rd, Henderson

Recommendation   

16, 2018-19 Regional environmental & natural heritage grant programme allocation

Recommendation   

Regional environment & natural heritage grants programme framework 2018-19    

Funding recommendations for Regional Environment & Natural Heritage Fund 2018-19 round    

17, 2018-19 Waste Minimisation & Innovation Fund & section 17a waste fund review update

Recommendation   

Waste Minimisation & Innovation Fund guidelines    

18, Summary of committee information – updates, memos & briefings

Recommendation   

Committee forward work programme    

20181120_Memo re: Tripartite Economic Alliance [published separately]    

20181121_ Memo re: Leaseholders with gambling machines

20181122_Update on Waitakere Ranges & kauri dieback

20181123_Update 2 on Waitakere Ranges & kauri dieback

20181126_Memo re: Stats NZ submissions documents

C1, Approval of the 2018-19 Waste Minimisation & Innovation Fund grants for the September 2018 funding roundMinute   

C2. Acquisition of land for open space – Mt Eden   

C3, Acquisition of land for open space – Silverdale

Hearings:

Find hearings: https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/have-your-say/hearings/find-hearing/Pages/find-resource-consent-hearing.aspx

Grey Lynn, 859 Great North Rd, Western Springs Lakeside Park (Te Wai Orea), application by Auckland Council Community Facilities to remove about 200 pine trees and undertake stabilisation & restoration planting, hearing Tuesday-Wednesday 11-12 December at 9.30am, Town Hall

Manurewa, 46 Halver Rd, application by Harsh Diwan to convert the dwelling & sleepout to a childcare centre to accommodate 60 children & 8 staff; hearing Wednesday 12 December at 9.30am, Manukau, council service centre, 31-33 Manukau Station Rd

Milford, 110 Kitchener Rd & 1A Pierce Rd, application by R & S Francis Investments Ltd to build a 6-storey apartment building with a commercial unit at ground floor & semi-basement parking, 1080m² site, part in the mixed use zone and part in the mixed housing urban zone, commercial floor area 973m² (including parking), apartments of 106-134m² internal with decks of 11-78m², and a 617m² penthouse of 362m² internal, with 216m² of decks + pool; hearing Wednesday-Thursday 5-6 December at 9.30am, Takapuna, council service centre, 1 The Strand

Puni, 166 Waiuku Rd, application by Powell Transport Ltd to establish a rural industry-freight transport & service depot, including siteworks & redistribution of elite soils to 25 Fulton Rd, Puni; hearing Wednesday 12 December at 9.30am, Pukekohe, council service centre, 82 Manukau Rd

Swanson, 5 & 7-11 Christian Rd, application by CDL Land (NZ) Ltd for joint land use & subdivision consent to create 48 residential lots of varying sizes, generally in accordance with the subdivision overlay plan in the Auckland unitary plan (operative in part), associated standard infringements pursuant to the underlying large lot zone, overall non-complying; hearing Wednesday-Thursday 12-13 December at 9.30am, Henderson, council service centre, 6 Henderson Valley Rd

Waiheke Island, Onetangi, 20c Third Avenue & 23 The Strand, application by Reliving Ltd to construct 4 visitor accommodation units & 3 dwellings on a 4320m² section 2 sites back from the beach, hearing Monday 3 December at 9.30am, 35 Graham St, council office

Submissions:

To find applications open to submissions: https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/have-your-say/have-your-say-notified-resource-consent/notified-resource-consent-applications-open-submissions/Pages/default.aspx

CBD, Quay St, Ferry Basin section of seawall (footpath & road corridor), coastal marine area between Princes & Queens Wharves, adjacent lots on northern side of Quay St, application by Auckland Transport to construct either a post & panel wall seaward of the existing ‘seawall’ or a series of jet grout columns landward of the existing ‘seawall’ on the northern side of Quay St about 90m long, plus upgrades to the ‘existing seawall’; the post & panel wall or jetgrout columns are proposed for seismic strengthening purposes, in particular by protecting Quay St & the services within it, this proposal represents the Ferry Basin section of the Quay St seawall upgrade project; the remaining sections of the project are the subject of separate resource consent applications; submissions close Wednesday 19 December

CBD, Quay St, Princes Wharf section of seawall (footpath & road corridor) between the corner of Lower Hobson St & Quay St and the eastern extent of Princes Wharf, application by Auckland Transport to construct either an in-ground palisade wall or a series of jet grout columns landward of the existing ‘seawall’ on the northern side ofQuay St about 105m long for seismic strengthening, in particular by protecting Quay St & the services within it; this proposal represents the Princes Wharf section of the Quay St seawall upgrade project; the remaining sections of the project are the subject of separate resource consent applications; submissions close Wednesday 19 December

CBD, 85-89 Quay St, Queens Wharf & water space of the Waitemata Harbour adjacent to the western side of Queens Wharf, application by Auckland Transport for resource consent to construct, operate & maintain 6 new ferry berths on the western side of Queens Wharf within the Downtown Ferry Basin (piers A-F), undertake modifications to the existing ferry terminal buildings (located at existing pier 1 & pier 2) & historic shelter, and remove existing piers 3 & 4; this will require the installation of a concrete piled breakwater immediately adjacent to the west of Queens Wharf, the installation of reverse sawtooth-shaped pontoons, 3 gangways, 3 fixed shelter structures, piles, pileguard markers & fenders; modifications to the existing ferry terminal building at pier 1 include the removal of the East Annexe Building, construction of new façades, removal of the ticket gates, replacement of the upper louvres, and the construction of new retail/food & beverage facilities within the existing terminal building; modifications to the historic shelter include modification of the northern face & the insertion of skylights in the roof; modifications to the open spaces to the east & south of the building are also proposed; modifications to the terminal building at pier 2 include relocating ancillary office space and repositioning passenger waiting space; demolition of existing piers 3 & 4 will involve the removal of gangways, pontoons & piles; the timing of the demolition is dependent on the new berths being fully operational and whether additional layover/decant space may be required for future stage 2 works; submissions close Monday 17 December

Link: Ferry terminal consent application documents

Mangere East, 240 Massey Rd, limited notification of application by Basra Family Ltd to clear the site of all buildings except the tyre centre to construct a service station, its retail component & 2 additional retail units; residential activity attached to the tyre centre building also to be removed; submissions close Wednesday 19 December

Public safety & nuisance bylaw, proposed changes to minimise nuisance & safety risks to people when using public places; the bylaw includes a wide range of issues, including using a drone, activities on a park or a beach, set netting, graffiti & car window washing; the council also intends to ask the Government to ban the sale of fireworks to the general public and wants Aucklanders’ views; public firework displays would still be allowed; feedback closes Wednesday 5 December

Remuera, 9 Patey St, limited notification of application by Karrim Trust to construct a 4-storey 24-apartment building, semi-basement carpark, 10 parking spaces; submissions open Tuesday 5 December

Warkworth, State Highway 1 & land adjoining, between Hudson Rd & the northern connection of the Puhoi-Warkworth motorway extension, limited notified application by NZ Transport Agency to construct, operate & maintain a widened highway; submissions close Wednesday 12 December

Standards NZ comment:

Standards NZ & Standards Australia, timber structures standard, DZ NZS AS 1720.1/V6.0, comments close Saturday 9 February

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, commercial, Thursday 6 December at 10am; residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St; Tuesday 4 December at noon, Highbrook Crossing

Bayleys, Total Property 8 commercial auction, Wednesday 5 December at 11am, residentialWednesdays at 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St

CBRE, Wednesday 5 December at 11.30am, Westgate, 5 Te Pumanawa Square, unit 1

City Sales, apartments,Wednesday 5 December at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd

Colliers, commercial, Wednesday 12 December at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St; and 2pm, Takapuna, 129 Hurstmere Rd

Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

Accommodation survey, October, Monday 17 December

Balance of payments & international investment position, September quarter, Wednesday 19 December

Building work put in place, value, September quarter, Wednesday 5 December

Thursday 20 December, annual release, as at 1 January 2019, Thursday 6 December

Electronic card transactions, November, Tuesday 11 December

Food price index, November, Thursday 13 December

Gross domestic product, September quarter, Thursday 20 December

Household net worth statistics, June 2018 year, Friday 14 December

Local authority statistics, September quarter, Thursday 6 December

Manufacturing- economic survey, September quarter, Monday 10 December

QV house price index, November, Wednesday 5 December

Reserve Bank, macro-finance conference, Thursday-Friday 13-14 December

Standards NZ & Standards Australia, timber structures standard, DZ NZS AS 1720.1/V6.0, comments close Saturday 9 February

Tourism satellite account: 2018, Friday 7 December

Vehicle registrations, November, Infoshare tables, Thursday 13 December

Trade – overseas indexes (prices & volumes, provisional), September quarter, Monday 3 December

Trade – overseas merchandise, November, Thursday 20 December

Trade – wholesale survey, September quarter, Friday 7 December

US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Wednesday-Thursday 18-19 December

Events:

CoreNet Global, annual meeting, Thursday 6 Decemberat 4.15pm, BizDojo Ponsonby, Grey Lynn, 4 Williamson Avenue

Property Council, residential summit, Wednesday 27 February, SkyCity Convention Centre

Listeds – NZ:

Vital Healthcare Property Trust, annual meeting, Thursday 20 December at 2pm, Ellerslie Event Centre

Parliament

Provisional order paper for Tuesday 4 December [PDF 497k]

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Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 22-28 October 2018

I usually enable links to a new page. This week I’m trying to convince my typing machine to co-operate, as I’m overseas. The machine knows this and has been mostly obstructive, so the website links over the next few days aren’t to a new page.

The diary is updated weekly and lists auctions, council meetings & agendas, hearings & submissions, economic release dates, events, Parliament order paper items and securities.

Council links

All Auckland Council agendas can be reached via 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

As Auckland Council makes changes to its website, hearing & submission pages can be hard to find. This is the new link to the page for submissions on consent applications:

https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/have-your-say/have-your-say-notified-resource-consent/notified-resource-consent-applications-open-submissions/Pages/default.aspx

Governing body

Governing body, Thursday 25 October at 9.30am, Town Hall:

9, Mayoral Housing Taskforce work programme update (covering report)
10, Auckland Council Top Risk Register – 13 September 2018
Recommendation
Top risk register
Top risk heat map
11, Hearings panel report on the proposal to revoke legacy onsite wastewater bylaws
Recommendation
Original hearings panel report
12, Role of the audit & risk committee with respect to the city rail link project
Recommendation
Role of the audit & risk committee with respect to the project (report to the committee 13 September)
13, Submission on proposed new infrastructure body (covering report)
15, Summary of governing body information memos & briefings

Committees

Finance & performance committee, Tuesday 23 October at 9.30am, Town Hall:
8, Shareholder approval of Ports of Auckland Ltd’s final statement of corporate intent 2018-21
Recommendation
Shareholder comments to Ports of Auckland Ltd
Ports of Auckland Ltd statement of corporate intent 2018-21
9, Council submission on Tax Working Group – interim report
Recommendation
Tax Working Group interim report submission
10, Committee forward work programme
Forward work programme 
11, Committee information report

Hearings:

Find hearings: https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/have-your-say/hearings/find-hearing/Pages/find-resource-consent-hearing.aspx

Beachlands, 17a Bell Rd, application by Signature Building Ltd (Gavin Hunt) to establish & operate a childcare facility for 105 children & 17 staff, removing the existing dwelling & garage and constructing a purpose-built building comprising 678m² of floor area, 564m² of associated outdoor play area to the east & south, and 19 onsite parking spaces + manoeuvring area at the front; hearing Tuesday-Wednesday 6-7 November at 9.30am, Manukau, council service centre, 31-33 Manukau Station Rd

Epsom, 57, 61-67 Ranfurly Rd and 8, 12 & 14 Epsom Avenue, application by Epsom Village Partnership to expand the retirement village; hearing Monday-Tuesday 29-30 October at 9.30am, Town Hall

Grey Lynn, 859 Great North Rd, Western Springs Lakeside Park (Te Wai Orea), application by Auckland Council Community Facilities to remove about 200 pine trees and undertaking stabilisation & restoration planting, hearing Tuesday-Wednesday 11-12 December at 9.30am, Town Hall

Grey Lynn, 11 Surrey Crescent, application by Surrey Crescent Cohaus Ltd for combined land use & subdivision consent for a 19-unit cohousing development & villa relocation, hearing reconvened to Monday 29 October (at 9.30am?) for applicant’s right of reply, Town Hall

Regionwide, stormwater diversion, application by Auckland Council Healthy Waters Unit, hearing Tuesday-Friday 20-23 November at 9.30am, Town Hall

Rosedale, 54 Parkway Drive, application by Lucy Li (of Li NZ Investments Ltd & Kayes Development Ltd) to construct 3 5-storey buildings on a 7291m² site to provide a mixed-use development including 2169m² of commercial floorspace & 84 apartments; the site backs on to Sunset Rd and is beside the North Shore police station; hearing Wednesday 28 November at 9.30am, Takapuna, council service centre, 1 The Strand

Sandringham, 26 Aroha Avenue, limited notification of application by NJ Hart Trust to construct a 10-apartment building, parking, excavations including rock breaking for the building platform; hearing Wednesday 7 November at 9.30am, Mt Eden, Mt Eden War Memorial Hall 489 Dominion Rd

St Marys Bay, 10 Seymour St, limited notification of application by Craig & Kym Anderson to undertake dwelling additions & alterations, hearing Thursday 25 October at 10am, Town Hall

Westhaven Marina, application by Panuku Development Auckland to extend the north-western breakwater & causeway; hearing Tuesday-Thursday 23-25 October at 9.30am, Town Hall

Submissions:

To find applications open to submissions: https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/have-your-say/have-your-say-notified-resource-consent/notified-resource-consent-applications-open-submissions/Pages/default.aspx

Karaka, Laing Rd (lot 1, opposite 119 Laing Rd), application by Wayne Valder to undertake 9570m² of earthworks to establish a dwelling with a basement & driveway; the council notice says the site & surrounding area have recently been identified as a probable castle & moat volcano and have been recommended by a recognised specialist for consideration as an outstanding natural feature; the application includes an assessment of environmental effects and overall is a restricted discretionary activity; submissions close Thursday 15 November

Te Arai, 205 Lake Rd, Auckland Council has previously notified a range of resource consent applications sought by Pacey Family No 2 Trust for the continuation & expansion of Lake Rd quarry; the proposed expansion of the quarry will involve the drainage & reclamation of 2 streams; the applicant & Auckland Council have confirmed that one of the streams earlier identified as ephemeral is an intermittent stream; this additional resource consent has therefore been applied for, seeking the removal of a 90m length of intermittent watercourse within the proposed quarry footprint; while the second stream is ephemeral, the resource consent application outlines that the proposal will also involve the drainage & reclamation of that stream; the applicant has also provided an updated ecological mitigation plan which includes restoration of an existing intermittent stream within the site to mitigate the loss of the intermittent watercourse; submissions close Friday 26 October

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, commercial, Total Property 7, Wednesday 24 October at 11am; residential, Wednesdays at 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 31 October at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

Building consents, September, Wednesday 31 October
Business demography statistics, at February, Friday 26 October
Household income & housing cost statistics, June year, Tuesday 30 October
Household labour force survey, estimated working-age population, September quarter, Wednesday 31 October
Household living-costs price indexes, September quarter, Friday 26 October
Population, provisional subnational estimates at 30 June, Tuesday 23 October
Property transfer statistics, September quarter, Tuesday 30 October
Trade, overseas merchandise, September, Thursday 25 October

Events:

Architectural Designers NZ, annual conference, Thursday-Saturday 25-27 October, Rotorua

Listeds – NZ:

Auckland International Airport Ltd, annual meeting, Wednesday 31 October at 10am, Manukau, Vodafone Events Centre
Fletcher Building Ltd, annual meeting, Tuesday 20 November at 10.30am, Eden Park, Kingsland, 42 Reimers Avenue, South Stand
Heartland Bank Ltd, corporate restructure moving shareholdings to new parent scheduled for Wednesday 31 October, new Heartland Group Holdings shares to begin trading on the NZX & ASX Thursday 1 November
Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd, annual meeting, Thursday 25 October at 2pm, Ellerslie Event Centre

Parliament

Provisional order paper for Tuesday 23 October [PDF 488k]

Government orders of the day:

1, Commerce Amendment Bill, committee stage
2, Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (CPTPP) Amendment Bill, committee stage (report of the Foreign Affairs, Defence & Trade Committee presented 3 October; changes to ratify the Comprehensive & Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership)
3, Telecommunications (New Regulatory Framework) Amendment Bill, committee stage
4, Courts Matters Bill, committee stage
5, Tribunals Powers & Procedures Legislation Bill, committee stage
7, Residential Tenancies (Prohibiting Letting Fees) Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Social Services & Community Committee presented 3 October)
8, Social Assistance (Residency Qualification) Legislation Bill, second reading (report of the Social Services & Community Committee presented 16 August; omnibus bill to alter the residential qualifications for NZ superannuation & the veteran’s pension to allow the requirement that a person also have 5 years’ residence & presence in NZ over the age of 50 to be met instead with residence & presence in NZ, the Cook Islands, Niue or Tokelau, or any combination of those countries & that territory)
9, Employment Relations Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Education & Workforce Committee presented 7 September; bill is to restore key minimum standards & protections for employees, and to implement a suite of changes to promote & strengthen collective bargaining & union rights in the workplace; the changes are intended to introduce greater fairness in the workplace between employees & employers, in order to promote productive employment relationships)
13, Commerce (Criminalisation of Cartels) Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Economic Development, Science & Innovation Committee presented 17 August)
15, Earthquake Commission Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Finance & Expenditure Committee presented 27 September)
16, Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill (No 2), second reading (report of the Governance & Administration Committee presented 16 April)
18, Local Government (Community Wellbeing) Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Governance & Administration Committee presented 3 October; the bill’s main objectives are to restore the purpose of local government to be “to promote the social, economic, environmental & cultural wellbeing of communities”; to restore territorial authorities’ power to collect development contributions for any public amenities needed as a consequence of development; and to make a minor modification to the development contributions power)
24, Financial Services Legislation Amendment Bill, committee stage (report of the Economic Development, Science & Innovation Committee presented 31 July)
25, Conservation (Infringement System) Bill, second reading (report of the Environment Committee presented 23 August; omnibus bill to amend a number of conservation-related laws and introduce an infringement system only to be provided to central & local government agencies, to deal with less serious offending in relation to public resources)
26, Ngati Tuwharetoa Claims Settlement Bill, committee stage
27, Ngai Te Rangi & Nga Potiki Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 21 November 2016)
28, Tauranga Moana Iwi Collective Redress & Nga Hapu o Ngati Ranginui Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March 2017)
31, Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill (No 2), committee stage (to enable improved service delivery & infrastructure provision arrangements at the local government level)
33, Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary Bill, second reading (report of the Local Government & Environment Committee presented 22 July 2016; bill title change recommended)

Members’ orders of the day:

1, Education (National Education & Learning Priorities) Amendment Bill, Jan Tinetti, committee stage (bill criticised as pointless in minority statement from National Party members of committee)
4, Arbitration Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Justice Committee presented 1 October)

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Updated: Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 4-10 December 2017

Published 4 December 2017, updated 7 December 2017:
I’ve updated the diary with the agenda for next Monday’s Auckland Council finance & performance committee meeting, which will focus on long-term plan & budget issues.

I’ve also posted a separate article about it: Infrastructure funding requires most scrutiny in mayoral budget

Council links

All Auckland Council agendas can be reached via 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, Monday 11 December at 1pm or conclusion of finance committee, whichever is later, Town Hall
Governing body, Thursday 14 December at 9.30am, Town Hall

Committees:

Appointments & performance review committee, Thursday 7 December at 9.30am, 135 Albert St
Audit & risk committee, Wednesday 6 December at 11.15am, 135 Albert St
Environment & community committee, Tuesday 5 December at 9.30am, Town Hall
Finance & performance committee, Monday & Tuesday 11 & 12 December at 9.30am, Town Hall
Strategic procurement committee, Wednesday 13 December at 9.30am, 135 Albert St

Hearings:

Ameti (Auckland-Manukau eastern transport initiative), stage 2A, resource consent application & notice of requirement from Auckland Transport to designate land & undertake works, hearing Wednesday-Friday 13-15 December at 9.30am, Panmure, Tamaki Community Church, 4A Court Crescent

Browns Bay, 3-7 Woodlands Crescent and 786, 788, 790 & 792 Beach Rd, application by Aria Bay Retirement Village Ltd to redevelop, demolishing an existing building and constructing a new building that contains 62 serviced apartments & 58 care beds; hearing, 18 & 19 December at 9.30am, Takapuna, ex-council chamber, 1 The Strand

Clevedon, 546 McNicol Rd, application by Fulton Hogan Ltd to expand quarry activity to provide for an increase in annual production over several years to about 3 million tonnes/year (including overburden) and to increase, over 6 stages, the quarry pit to cover an additional 13ha (total area of 29ha), hearing schedule now Wednesday-Monday 6-11 December, Manukau, council service centre, 31-33 Manukau Station Rd

Manurewa, 20 Alfriston & 37 Halver Rds, application by Hirstich Ltd (James Klein) for joint land use & subdivision consent to demolish the existing structures, adjust the boundary between the 2 sites and construct 24 apartment units at 37 Halver Rd and an integrated residential development for retirement accommodation comprising 47 units at 20 Alfriston Rd, hearing Monday 18 December at 9.30am, Manukau, council service centre

South Head, Waioneke, 10 Monk Rd, application by Jordan Enterprises Ltd for 2 additional chicken sheds & associated works involving earthworks, additional truck movements, a new air discharge consent, the creation of a new wetland system for stormwater discharge and stormwater discharge from all the sheds’ roofs; council planner Nathan Keyte has recommended consent; hearing Wednesday-Thursday 6-7 December at 9.30am, Helensville War Memorial Hall, 2 Porter Crescent

Submissions:

Kaukapakapa, 353 McLaclan Rd, limited notification, application by James Hardie NZ Ltd to abstract 23,000m³/year of sand over 35 years, the installation & operation of an onsite wash plant requiring the abstraction of up to 40m³/day & 4800m³/year of fresh groundwater from an onsite bore, and the removal of 1200m² of native vegetation & 10.1ha of predominantly exotic & invasive vegetation within the proposed extraction area which will be largely be revegetated with native species; relocation of 2 lots, 353C & 353D McLachlan Rd, away from the proposed abstraction area, and upgrades to the right of way & McLachlan Rd to accommodate the movement of 4-5 trucks (8-10 return movements)/day; submissions close Tuesday 19 December

Manukau, 770R Great South Rd, limited notification, application by Manukau Trust  Co  Ltd (Safari Group) to erect a 35m high, 10-storey building to accommodate 85 hotel rooms, 101 apartments, ground-floor restaurant/café & gym/healthcare facility and basement carpark for 82 cars & 36 bikes; 7 pohutukawa trees to be relocated, submissions close Monday 18 December

Remuera, 64 Great South Rd, application to add one storey to consented 5-storey mixed-use development, providing 2 penthouses above the consented 34 apartments, café & 2 parking levels, further infringing council maximum height controls; submissions close Tuesday 16 January

Unitary plan, application by Cato Bolam Consultants Ltd for declaration in relation to the interpretation of the boundary adjustment subdivision rule E39.4.1(A4) in the unitary plan (operative in part); the issued addressed, in general terms, is whether there is “no locational requirement for a boundary adjustment subdivision… provided other criteria are met”; the Environment Court issued timetable directions on 2 October; the court will hear the matter on or after 4 December

Unitary plan, proposed plan change 7, additions to schedule 14 historic heritage, intended to recognise the values of 49 heritage places & areas; submissions close on Friday 15 December

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, commercial, Total Property 8, Wednesday 6 December at 11am; residential, Wednesdays at 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 6 December at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Tuesday 5 December at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
NAI Harcourts, commercial, Wednesday 13 December at noon, Takapuna, 128 Hurstmere Rd
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

Accommodation survey, October, Tuesday 12 December
Building work put in place, value, September quarter, Tuesday 5 December
Balance of payments & international investment position, September quarter, Wednesday 20 December
Gross domestic product, September quarter, Thursday 21 December
Migration, international travel, November, Wednesday 20 December
QV house price index, July, Thursday 7 December
Subnational family & household projections, 2013(base)–2038 update, Friday 8 December
Trade, overseas merchandise, November, Wednesday 20 December
US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Tuesday-Wednesday 12-13 December

Events:

HotelsWorld 2018, Sydney, Tuesday-Thursday 24-26 July 2018

Parliament

Provisional order paper for Tuesday 5 December [pdf 487k]

Government orders of the day:

5, Maritime Crimes Amendment Bill, committee stage
6, Maritime Transport Amendment Bill, committee stage
8, Financial Services Legislation Amendment Bill, first reading (introduced 7 August)
11, Ngai Te Rangi & Nga Potiki Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 21 November 2016)
12, Tauranga Moana Iwi Collective Redress & Nga Hapu o Ngati Ranginui Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)
13, Iwi & Hapu of Te Rohe o Te Wairoa Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 25 July)
14, Ngati Tuwharetoa Claims Settlement Bill, first reading (introduced 1 August)
15, Te Pire Haeata ki Parihaka/Parihaka Reconciliation Bill, first reading (introduced 9 August)
17, Trusts Bill, first reading (introduced 3 August)
23, Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill, committee stage continued (bill to restate & reform the law relating to Maori land)
24, Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill (No 2), committee stage (bill to implement a set of reforms to enable improved service delivery & infrastructure provision arrangements at the local government level)
26, Insolvency Practitioners Bill, committee stage
27, Nga Rohe Moana o Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Bill, first reading (introduced 29 September 2008)

Private & local orders of the day:

New Plymouth District Council (Waitara Lands) Bill, Jonathan Young, committee stage (postponed until further notice)

Members’ orders of the day:

1, Rates Rebate (Retirement Village Residents) Amendment Bill, Ruth Dyson, committee stage; bill to address an anomaly in the Rates Rebate Act and ensure that retirement village residents are recognised as paying rates and are therefore entitled to apply for a rates rebate regardless of the billing practice of the local authority)

Securities – overseas

ANZ Banking Group Ltd, annual meeting, Tuesday 19 December at 10am, Sydney

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Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 10-16 July 2017

The diary lists council meetings & agendas, hearings & submissions, economic release dates, events, Parliament order paper items and securities.

Council links

All Auckland Council agendas can be reached via 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/.

Environmental Protection Authority

Board of inquiry hearing:

East-West link, hearing opened Tuesday 27 June at 9am, Ellerslie recourse, Ascot stand, and is scheduled to run for 8-10 weeks (sitting 9-5, Tuesday-Friday the first week, Monday-Thursday thereafter)

Link: Hearing index

Auckland Council

Forums, panels & boards:

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

Hearings:

Bucklands Beach, 25 Thurston Place, application by Be Half Moon Bay Holdings Ltd (Be Group Holdings Ltd, headed by Guy Eady & Pencarrow IV Investment Fund LP) to construct a resthome, hearing Tuesday 15 August at 9.30am, Manukau civic building, 31-33 Manukau Station Rd

Wainui, Weranui Rd (Palliser Downs) & 909 Haruru Rd, application by Rahopara Farms Ltd & Cabra Rural Developments Ltd (Ian Boocock & related parties) for combined subdivision, land use & regional consent to undertake a 4-staged, 28-lot rural-residential subdivision & boundary relocation, along with 2 larger rural balance lots, and 4 existing titles that will be subject to land covenants for bush protection; the subdivision also includes a rural services depot & film lot, 2 road reserve lots, and the protection of about 64ha of bush & 66ha of revegetation planting areas; hearing Friday 21 July at 9.30am, Orewa, council service centre

Submissions:

Dairy Flat, 244 Postman Rd & Wilks Rd, application by Sunrise 9 Trustees Ltd (John Hamilton) for combined subdivision & land use consent for a 43-lot rural residential development, a utility lot & taxi way, including area to site hangars; submissions close Tuesday 11 July

Glendene, 24 Bancroft Avenue, application by Sealed Air NZ to discharge contaminants in to the air from the manufacture of adhesive tape & associated activities, submissions close Friday 14 July

Highbrook, 11 Cryers Rd, application by Establish ECE Ltd (Logan Whitelaw & Paul Rodgers) for a mixed use development comprising 2 buildings – Building C containing a purpose-built childcare centre  providing for 107 children and a 24/7 gym, Building B a 1402m² double-storey retail, commercial & office building; submissions close Wednesday 19 July

Papatoetoe, 2 Grange Rd, application by the Royal Auckland & Grange Golf Club to construct a 2-lane vehicle access bridge across the Tamaki River at the cul-de-sac end of Grange Rd to provide access between the recently amalgamated Grange & Royal Auckland clubs, submissions close Thursday 20 July

Whenuapai, 106 Totara Rd & 50-52 Brigham Creek Rd, application by Whenuapai Land Co Ltd (Cameron Wilson – Oyster Capital Ltd) to build Z service station; submissions close Thursday 20 July

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, residential auctions Wednesdays at 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 19 July at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Wednesday 12 July at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

Accommodation survey, May, Wednesday 12 July
Building consents, June, Monday 31 July
Consumers price index, June quarter, Tuesday 18 July
Electronic card transactions, June, Tuesday 11 July
Household living-costs price indexes, June quarter, Thursday 27 July
Migration, international travel, June, Friday 21 July
Trade – overseas merchandise, June, Wednesday 26 July
US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Tuesday-Wednesday 25-26 July

Events:

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

Facilities Integrate 2017, Wednesday-Thursday 27-28 September at 10am-5pm, Greenlane, ASB Showgrounds

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

Parliament:

Parliament resumes sitting on Tuesday 25 July

Submissions

Friendly Societies & Credit Unions (Regulatory Improvements) Amendment Bill, submissions close Thursday 20 July
Inquiry into 2016 local authority elections, submissions close Tuesday 22 August

Submissions to MBIE on fire safety regulations

MBIE (the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment) began a review in 2014 of fire regulation changes made in 2012 and has developed 4 proposals to improve clauses & compliance documents; submissions opened on 15 May and close on Friday 14 July
Link: Fire programme

Securities – NZ

Goodman Property Trust, annual meeting, Wednesday 2 August at 1.30pm, SkyCity Convention Centre
Kiwi Property Group Ltd, annual meeting, Friday 28 July at 10am, Christchurch, Hagley Oval Pavilion
Ryman Healthcare Ltd, annual meeting, Thursday 27 July at 10am, Rangiora, Charles Upham retirement village

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Updated: Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 29 May-4 June 2017

Updated 31 May 2017:
The diary has been updated to include links to Thursday’s Auckland Council governing body meeting (not much there because it awaits committee decisions) and the main action on the council budget at the finance & performance committee. You can also check the streaming link below.

Precisely in the middle of nowhere…

You’ll see, down the list of consent applications open to submissions, a property on the corner of Haruru & Weranui Rds, which I’ve written about intermittently on this website since 2001 (and earlier elsewhere).

It’s almost precisely in the middle of nowhere – out the back of the rapidly developing Millwater and the still somewhat rural Wainui, halfway between State Highway 1’s journey through the Hibiscus Coast in the east and State Highway 16 (the Kaipara Coast Highway) in the west.

Not that developers of lifestyle blocks & rural schemes want it this way, but the inland swathe north from the upper reaches of the Waitemata Harbour all the way to Wellsford is quite capable of taking whole towns, and one day it might.

Any development of rural-residential schemes was sternly resisted until recently but, as times & thinking change, apartment blocks on Haruru Rd are less of a far-fetched than they were even 5 years ago.

The diary lists council meetings & agendas, hearings & submissions, economic release dates, events, Parliament order paper items and securities.

Council links

All Auckland Council agendas can be reached via 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 1 June, at the later of 1.30pm or the conclusion of the finance & performance committee meeting, Town Hall
Thursday 22 June at 9.30am, Town Hall
Thursday 29 June at 9.30am, Town Hall

Committees:

Appointments & performance review committee, Thursday 8 June at 9.30am, 135 Albert St

Audit & risk committee, Monday 29 May at 11.15am, 135 Albert St:
C1, Auckland Council & Group financial year end 30 June 2017, reporting & audit requirements (in confidential agenda)
C2, Office of the Auditor-general & Audit NZ briefing (in confidential agenda)
C3, Insurance renewal – indicative council group programme for 2017-18 period (in confidential agenda)
C4, Update on compliance with the Holidays Act (in confidential agenda)

Community development & safety committee, Thursday 15 June at 1.30pm, 135 Albert St
Environment & community committee, Tuesday 13 June at 9.30am, Town Hall

Finance & performance committee, Thursday 1 June at 9.30am, Town Hall:
12, Final annual budget 2017-18 – Mayoral proposal
Attachments:
Annual budget 2017-18 – Key budget & rating issues
Other rates policy issues
Implementing a living wage

Finance & performance committee, Tuesday 20 June at 9.30am, Town Hall
Planning committee, Tuesday 6 June at 9.30am, Town Hall
Regulatory committee, Thursday 15 June at 9.30am, 135 Albert St
Strategic procurement committee, Wednesday 7 June at 9.30am, 135 Albert St

Forums, panels & boards:

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

Auckland city centre advisory board, Wednesday 28 June at 3pm, 135 Albert St
Rural advisory panel, Friday 16 June at 12.30pm, 135 Albert St

Hearings:

Birkdale, 15 Gatman St, application by Alamar Trust to establish early childhood centre for 30 children in existing house, hearing Wednesday 7 June at 9.30am, Takapuna, council service centre, 1 The Strand

Flat Bush, 79 Ormiston Rd, application by Ormiston Centre Ltd (James Kirkpatrick) to establish & operate commercial premises, including a supermarket & department store on 2.84ha of a 16.4ha property zoned land light industrial, on the corner of Ormiston Rd & a proposed new public road already consented, with a shortfall in parking spaces proposed; council senior planner Christopher Oliphant has recommended consent be refused, hearing Thursday 8 June at 9.30am, Manukau, council service centre

Orewa, 387 & 389 Hibiscus Coast Highway, application by Malibu Investments Ltd (Cliff Matson, and Eric Watson through Cullen Investments Ltd) to build a 35-apartment complex, hearing Thursday-Friday 22-23 June at 9.30am, Orewa, council service centre

Upper Orewa, State Highway 1, Halls Farm, application by Orewa West Investments Ltd (Simon Herbert & Greg Kernohan) for 575-lot residential subdivision taking up to 10 years, hearing Wednesday & Friday 14 & 16 June at 9.30am, Orewa, council service centre

Submissions:

CBD, Quay St road reserve, application by Auckland Transport to extend the Quay St cycleway by 1km between Plumer St & The Strand, establishing 703m² of new impervious area, requiring one bus stop to be moved, narrowing of the central median strip, altering a pedestrian crossing & cycle crossing, removal of 15 street trees (13 pohutukawa & one 5-finger tree within the median strip & one pohutukawa within the road berm; the pohutukawa will be transplanted outside 64 Quay St & at Teal Park; the works will also occur within the root zone of 34 street trees; submissions close Friday 23 June

Takapuna, 32 & 34 Tennyson Avenue, application by the McLeod Family Trust & Coxley Hall Ltd to build 2 5-storey apartment buildings containing a total of 53 units, and associated earthworks including ground dewatering, submissions close Thursday 8 June

Wainui, Weranui Rd (Palliser Downs) & 909 Haruru Rd, application by Rahopara Farms Ltd & Cabra Rural Developments Ltd (Ian Boocock & related parties) for combined subdivision, land use & regional consent to undertake a 4-staged, 28-lot rural-residential subdivision & boundary relocation, along with 2 larger rural balance lots, and 4 existing titles that will be subject to land covenants for bush protection; the subdivision also includes a rural services depot & film lot, 2 road reserve lots, and the protection of about 64ha of bush & 66ha of revegetation planting areas; submissions close Wednesday 21 June
Link: Cabra, Palliser Downs
(The council notice changed the development, incorrectly, to Pallisier Downs)
Earlier stories:
31 January 2012: Kelly Park sale heads Colliers transactions
20 December 2007: Proposal for Kelly Park film zone notified
8 April 2001: ARC versus an equestrian park

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, Total Property commercial, Wednesday 28 June at 11am, residential Wednesdays at 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 14 June at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Wednesday 31 May at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
NAI Harcourts, Thursday 8 June at 1pm, Harcourts Remuera office, 320 Remuera Rd
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

May

Building consents, April, Tuesday 30 May
Reserve Bank, financial stability report, Wednesday 31 May

June

Accommodation survey, April, Monday 12 June
Balance of payments & international investment position, March quarter, Wednesday 14 June
Building consents, May, Friday 30 June
Building work put in place – value, March quarter, Tuesday 6 June
Electronic card transactions, May, Monday 12 June
Food price index, May, Wednesday 14 June
Goods & services trade by country, March 2017 year, Friday 2 June
Gross domestic product, March quarter, Thursday 15 June
Local authority financial statistics, June 2016 year tables (Infoshare), Tuesday 20 June
Local authority statistics, March quarter tables, Wednesday 7 June
Manufacturing – economic survey, March quarter, Wednesday 7 June
Migration, international travel, May, Thursday 22 June
Trade – overseas indexes (prices & volumes), March quarter (provisional), Thursday 1 June
Trade – overseas merchandise, May, Tuesday 27 June
Trade – wholesale survey, March quarter, Tuesday 6 June
Vehicle registrations, May tables (Infoshare), Friday 16 June

Events:

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

Parliament:

Order paper, Tuesday 30 May

Government orders of the day:

1, Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Bill, adjourned debate on second reading & no-confidence amendment proposed to it
3, Statutes Repeal Bill, repealing or partially repealing 132 acts that are no longer needed because they no longer have any actual effect, have very limited effect, or are designed to achieve regulatory outcomes that are no longer relevant, third reading
5, Energy Innovation (Electric Vehicles & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, interrupted debate on second reading
6, Land Transfer Bill, committee stage
7, Point England Development Enabling Bill, committee stage
9, Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill, restating & reforming the law relating to Maori land, committee stage continued
10, Appropriation (2016/17 Supplementary Estimates) Bill, first reading (introduced 25 May)
12, Maritime Crimes Amendment Bill, committee stage
14, Rangitane Tu Mai Ra (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-a-Rua) Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 20 March)
15, Ngati Pukenga Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)
16, Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa Claims Settlement Bill, third reading
17, Ngai Te Rangi & Nga Potiki Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 21 November 2016)
20, Tauranga Moana Iwi Collective Redress & Nga Hapu o Ngati Ranginui Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)
25, Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill (No 2), first reading (introduced 23 May)
30, Commerce (Cartels & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, committee stage
32, Insolvency Practitioners Bill, committee stage
33, Regulatory Standards Bill, second reading (report of the Commerce Committee presented 8 May 2015)
34, Nga Rohe Moana o Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Bill, first reading (introduced 29 September 2008)

Members’ orders of the day:

1, Crown Minerals (Protection of World Heritage Sites) Amendment Bill, Ruth Dyson, interrupted debate on first reading
2, Friendly Societies & Credit Unions (Regulatory Improvements) Amendment Bill, Stuart Smith, first reading (introduced 13 April)
4, International Transparent Treaties Bill, Fletcher Tabuteau, first reading (introduced 13 April)
6, Local Electoral (Equitable Process for Establishing Maori Wards & Maori Constituencies) Amendment Bill, Marama Davidson, first reading (introduced 11 May)

Extended sittings:

Wednesday 5 July:

Rangitane Tu Mai Ra (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-a-Rua) Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 20 March)
Ngati Pukenga Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)

Wednesday 9 August:

Rangitane Tu Mai Ra (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-a-Rua) Claims Settlement Bill, third reading
Ngati Pukenga Claims Settlement Bill, third reading

Securities – NZ

Arvida Group Ltd, annual meeting, Friday 7 July at 10.30am, Christchurch, The Piano, 156 Armagh St
Augusta Capital Ltd, preliminary result, Tuesday 30 May
CDL Investments NZ Ltd, annual meeting, Wednesday 31 May at 10am, Grand Millennium Hotel, Mayoral Drive
Goodman Property Trust, annual meeting, Wednesday 2 August at 1.30pm, SkyCity Convention Centre
Millennium & Copthorne NZ Ltd, annual meeting, Wednesday 31 May at 11.30am, Grand Millennium Hotel, Mayoral Drive
Property for Industry Ltd, annual meeting, Thursday 22 June at 11am, Eden Park, South Stand, Reimers Avenue gate P5; business includes vote on internalisation
Ryman Healthcare Ltd, annual meeting, Thursday 27 July, Rangiora, Charles Upham retirement village

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Updated: Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 22-28 May 2017

Updated 23 May 2017:
Auckland Council’s finance & performance committee meets twice this week. Asset sale decisions dominated the first meeting, on Wednesday. The second meeting, on Friday, is to review third-quarter reports from the council group, mainly council-controlled organisations.

The diary lists council meetings & agendas, hearings & submissions, economic release dates, events, Parliament order paper items and securities.

Council links

All Auckland Council agendas can be reached via 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 25 May at 9.30am, Town Hall:
10, Governance framework review, update on progress
11, Independent Maori Statutory Board, proposed funding agreement for 2017-18
12, Hearing panel report on the proposed air quality bylaw for indoor domestic fires
15, Summary of governing body information memos & briefings

Committees:

Auckland Domain Committee, Wednesday 24 May at 9.30am, 135 Albert St:
C1, Car park operation & management agreement with Auckland Bowling Club (in confidential agenda)

Civil defence & emergency management committee, Wednesday 24 May at 10.30am, 135 Albert St

Finance & performance committee, Tuesday 23 May at 9.30am, Town Hall:
9, Disposals recommendation report – New Lynn, 3 Memorial Drive, areas C & D
11, Auckland Transport, carpark strategy report and disposal, Browns Bay, 19 Anzac Rd
12, Unlock Henderson  
13, Transform Onehunga
17, Committee information report

Finance & performance committee, Friday 26 May at 9.30am, Town Hall:
8, Auckland Council organisation performance report, 1 July 2016-31 March 2017
9, Council-controlled organisations, third quarter report
Attachments – third quarter reports:
Regional Facilities Auckland Ltd   
Auckland Transport   
Ateed (Auckland Tourism, Events & Auckland Development Ltd)   
Panuku (Development Auckland Ltd)   
Auckland Council Investments Ltd   
Watercare Services Ltd   
10, Auckland Council group quarterly financial report and financial results
Attachments
Auckland Council quarterly financial report

Forums, panels & boards:

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

Albert-Eden Local Board, Wednesday 24 May at 4pm, local board office, Mt Eden, 135 Dominion Rd:
12, Notice of motion, deputy chair Glenda Fryer – Albert Eden civic square plan: Protecting Albert Eden’s publicly owned land for civic squares in Balmoral & Greenwoods Corner
13, Notice of motion, Margi Watson – Proposal for local board community occupancy policy (leasing of public premises)

Auckland city centre advisory board, Wednesday 24 May at 3pm, 135 Albert St:
5, Election of the chair & deputy
6, City centre progress, update
7, Queen St feature lighting
8, Myers Park stage 2, update
9, City rail link urban realm, update

Heritage advisory panel, Tuesday 23 May at 5.30pm, Town Hall

Hearings:

Birkdale, 15 Gatman St, application by Alamar Trust to establish early childhood centre for 30 children in existing house, hearing Wednesday 7 June at 9.30am, Takapuna, council service centre, 1 The Strand

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 was to have been held on Wednesdays 17 & 24 May – postponed until further notice

Flat Bush, 79 Ormiston Rd, application by Ormiston Centre Ltd (James Kirkpatrick) to establish & operate commercial premises, including a supermarket & department store on 2.84ha of a 16.4ha property zoned land light industrial, on the corner of Ormiston Rd & a proposed new public road already consented, with a shortfall in parking spaces proposed; council senior planner Christopher Oliphant has recommended consent be refused, hearing Thursday 8 June at 9.30am, Manukau, council service centre

Orewa, 387 & 389 Hibiscus Coast Highway, application by Malibu Investments Ltd (Cliff Matson, and Eric Watson through Cullen Investments Ltd) to build a 35-apartment complex, hearing Thursday-Friday 22-23 June at 9.30am, Orewa, council service centre

Upper Orewa, State Highway 1, Halls Farm, application by Orewa West Investments Ltd (Simon Herbert & Greg Kernohan) for 575-lot residential subdivision taking up to 10 years, hearing Wednesday & Friday 14 & 16 June at 9.30am, Orewa, council service centre

Submissions:

Takapuna, 32 & 34 Tennyson Avenue, application by the McLeod Family Trust & Coxley Hall Ltd to build 2 5-storey apartment buildings containing a total of 53 units, and associated earthworks including ground dewatering, submissions close Thursday 8 June

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, residential Wednesdays at 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 24 May at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Wednesday 31 May at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
NAI Harcourts, Thursday 8 June at 1pm, Harcourts Remuera office, 320 Remuera Rd
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

Building consents, April, Tuesday 30 May
Reserve Bank, financial stability report, Wednesday 31 May
Trade, overseas merchandise, April, Wednesday 24 May

Events:

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

Parliament:

Provisional order paper for Tuesday 23 May:

Government orders of the day

1, Trade (Anti-dumping & Countervailing Duties) Amendment Bill, committee stage
3, Point England Development Enabling Bill, second reading
4, Taxation (Annual Rates for 2017-18, Employment & Investment Income and Remedial Matters) Bill, first reading (introduced 6 April)
5, Land Transport Amendment Bill, second reading
7, Energy Innovation (Electric Vehicles & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, second reading
8, Land Transfer Bill, committee stage
9, Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill, committee stage
10, Maritime Crimes Amendment Bill, committee stage
12, Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa Claims Settlement Bill, third reading
13-14, Ngati Pukenga Claims Settlement Bill & Ngai Te Rangi & Nga Potiki Claims Settlement Bill, second readings; cognate bills – business committee determination
17, Tauranga Moana Iwi Collective Redress and Nga Hapu o Ngati Ranginui Claims Settlement Bill, second reading
19, Rangitane Tu Mai Ra (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-a-Rua) Claims Settlement Bill, second reading
26, Commerce (Cartels & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, committee stage
27, Taxation (Income-sharing Tax Credit) Bill, second reading
28, Insolvency Practitioners Bill, committee stage
29, Regulatory Standards Bill, second reading
30, Nga Rohe Moana o Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Bill, first reading

Members’ orders of the day:

1, Crown Minerals (Protection of World Heritage Sites) Amendment Bill, Ruth Dyson, first reading
2, Friendly Societies & Credit Unions (Regulatory Improvements) Amendment Bill, Stuart Smith, first reading

Securities – NZ

Arvida Group Ltd, annual result, Wednesday 24 May; annual meeting, Friday 7 July at 10.30am, Christchurch, The Piano, 156 Armagh St
Augusta Capital Ltd, preliminary result, Tuesday 30 May
CDL Investments NZ Ltd, annual meeting, Wednesday 31 May at 10am, Grand Millennium Hotel, Mayoral Drive
Goodman Property Trust, annual result, Thursday 18 May; annual meeting, Wednesday 2 August at 1.30pm, SkyCity Convention Centre
Millennium & Copthorne NZ Ltd, annual meeting, Wednesday 31 May at 11.30am, Grand Millennium Hotel, Mayoral Drive
Property for Industry Ltd, annual meeting, Thursday 22 June at 11am, Eden Park, South Stand, Reimers Avenue gate P5; business includes vote on internalisation
Ryman Healthcare Ltd, annual meeting, Thursday 27 July, Rangiora, Charles Upham retirement village

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Updated: Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 6-12 March 2017

Updated 7 March 2017:
The bill to reform the Resource Management Act, the Resource Legislation Amendment Bill, was added to the end of the Government list on Parliament’s order paper today, so it could pass its second reading.

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.

Statistics NZ has a long lineup of reports to release this month, including December building consents out this Monday and the January consents on the last day of March.

In commercial property, Bayleys holds its first Total Property auction for the year on Wednesday at its new premises in the Wynyard Quarter, at 30 Gaunt St (diagonally across the road from the Sofitel – don’t turn up in the neighbourhood at the last minute looking for a parking space. And Colliers has a large auction on Tuesday.

THIS WEEK

Auckland Council:

Committees:
Planning committee, Tuesday 9.30am, Town Hall
Regulatory committee, Thursday 9.30am, 135 Albert St
Strategic procurement committee, Wednesday 9.30am, 135 Albert St

Local boards, advisory panels:
City Centre Advisory Board, Monday 10.30am, 135 Albert St

Hearings:
Manurewa, 30 Rothery Rd, application by Philip Zhang & Alice Zhu to demolish dwelling and replace with 3 new standalone dwellings, hearing Wednesday 9.30am, Manukau, civic annex building
Warkworth-Snells Beach, wastewater treatment plants, hearing Thursday-Friday, Auckland 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, Total Property commercial auction, Wednesday 11am; residential, 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
Colliers, commercial, Tuesday 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
Ray White City Apartments, Thursday 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:
Accommodation survey, December, Monday
Building consents, January, Monday
Electronic card transactions, February, Friday
Local authority statistics, December quarter – tables, Thursday
Manufacturing – economic survey, December quarter, Wednesday
Trade – wholesale trade survey, December quarter, Tuesday

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

Planning committee, Tuesday 7 March at 9.30am, Town Hall:
Addendum agenda
9, Options for refreshing the Auckland Plan
10, Auckland Plan refresh: proposed engagement & consultation approach 
13, Attachment to item 13, submission on review of the Unit Titles Act 2010 discussion document

Planning committee, Tuesday 28 March at 9.30am, Town Hall

Regulatory committee, Thursday 9 March at 9.30am, 135 Albert St:
12, Resource consent appeals, status report 9 March
Current resource consent appeals at 28 February
C1, New resource consent appeal – Devonport Peninsula Precincts Society over Ryman Healthcare Ltd retirement village application for Devonport, 7-37 Ngataringa Rd, 1-88 Wakakura Crescent and 29 Lake Rd (in confidential agenda)
C2, New resource consent appeal – Stride Holdings over North Harbour route of proposed Titirangi-Albany watermain NH2 (in confidential agenda)

Strategic procurement committee, Wednesday 8 March at 9.30am, 135 Albert St

Forums, panels & boards:

Local boards’ tasks in this meeting round include appointing a resource consent lead on consent matters pertaining to their ward.

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

City Centre Advisory Board, Monday 6 March at 10.30am, 135 Albert St:
5, Consideration of the review of the 2015-25 city centre programme of work (TR6) 
Review of the 2015-25 city centre programme of work (TR6) received on 22 February 2017

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

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

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 Wednesday-Friday 22-24 March at 9.30am, Henderson, council service centre

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

Manurewa, 30 Rothery Rd, application by Philip Zhang & Alice Zhu to demolish dwelling and replace with 3 new standalone dwellings, hearing Wednesday 8 March at 9.30am, Manukau, civic annex building

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

Warkworth-Snells Beach, wastewater treatment plants, hearing Thursday-Friday, Auckland town hall

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

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, Total Property commercial auction, Wednesday 8 March 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 7 March at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

Accommodation survey, December, Monday 6 March (rescheduled from 10 February)
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, January, Monday 6 March (rescheduled from 28 February)
Building consents, February, Friday 31 March
Business operations survey, 2016, Wednesday 22 March
Electronic card transactions, February, Friday 10 March
Food price index, February, Monday 13 March
Gross domestic product, December quarter, Thursday 16 March
Local authority statistics, December quarter – tables, Thursday 9 March
Manufacturing – economic survey, December quarter, Wednesday 8 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
Trade – wholesale trade survey, December quarter, Tuesday 7 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

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 7 March:

Government orders of the day:

1, Taxation (Annual Rates for 2016-17, Closely Held Companies & Remedial Matters) Bill, second reading
4, Appropriation (2015-16 Confirmation & Validation) Bill, second reading
5, Maritime Crimes Amendment Bill, committee stage
6, Land Transfer Bill, committee stage
7, Telecommunications (Property Access & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, committee stage
8, Fire & Emergency NZ Bill, committee stage
9, Trade (Anti-dumping & Countervailing Duties) Amendment Bill, committee stage
11, Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill, committee stage
13, Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa Claims Settlement Bill, third reading
14, Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Bill, committee stage
15, Ngai Te Rangi & Nga Potiki Claims Settlement Bill, second reading
16, Iwi & Hapu of Te Rohe o Te Wairoa Claims Settlement Bill, first reading
18, Education (Tertiary Education & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, first reading (introduced 8 February)
20, Telecommunications (Property Access & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, consideration of report
22, Commerce (Cartels & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, committee stage
23, Taxation (Income-sharing Tax Credit) Bill, second reading
24, Insolvency Practitioners Bill, committee stage
25, Regulatory Standards Bill, second reading
26, Nga Rohe Moana o Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Bill, first reading

Business not available for debate:

Conservation (Infringement System) Bill, first reading (introduced 22 February)
NZ Intelligence & Security Bill, second reading (report of the Foreign Affairs, Defence & Trade Committee presented 24 February, bill title change recommended)
Regulatory Systems (Building & Housing) Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Local Government & Environment Committee presented 3 March)
Regulatory Systems (Commercial Matters) Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Commerce Committee presented 3 March; cognate bills – Business Committee determination)
Ngati Pukenga Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)
Tauranga Moana Iwi Collective Redress & Nga Hapu o Ngati Ranginui Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)

Added on Tuesday:

Resource Legislation Amendment Bill, second reading (report of the Local Government & Environment Committee presented 6 March)

Members’ orders of the day:

3, Housing Corp (Affordable Housing Development) Amendment Bill, Kelvin Davis, first reading
4, Student Loan Scheme (First Home Repayment Diversion) Amendment Bill, Gareth Hughes, first reading
6, 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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Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 27 February-5 March 2017

Auckland Council’s annual plan is out for consultation over the next month.

Statistics NZ releases the latest monthly migration figures Monday morning.

In the property markets, a couple of larger commercial auctions will be held next week, while the residential markets have been variable. Bayleys moves its auctions from this week to its new premises, Bayleys House at 30 Gaunt St in the Wynyard Quarter, diagonally across the intersection from the Sofitel.

Listed property entities have mostly done their dash after a flurry of results announcements, but Metlifecare releases its interim result today.

I’ve dropped a Legal heading into the diary for a few weeks, as host for a notice that applications have opened for QC appointments.

THIS WEEK

Auckland Council:
Committees:
Appointments & performance review committee, Thursday 9.30am, 135 Albert St:
Auckland Domain committee, Tuesday 1pm, 135 Albert St

Submissions:
Auckland Council annual plan, public consultation opens Monday, run until 27 March

Auctions:
Barfoot & Thompson, commercial & apartments, Thursday 10am, residential Wednesday-Thursday 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, residential, 2pm, Sofitel Hotel, 21 Viaduct Harbour Avenue
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Wednesday 11am, Takapuna, 129 Hurstmere Rd
Ray White City Apartments, Thursday 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:
Migration, international travel, January, Monday
Trade, overseas merchandise, January, Tuesday

Events:
Property Council breakfast, address by mayor Phil Goff, Wednesday 7am, Pullman Auckland

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

Securities NZ:
Metlifecare Ltd, interim result, Monday

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

Committees:

Appointments & performance review committee, Thursday 2 March at 9.30am, 135 Albert St:
C1, Development Auckland Ltd (Panuku), appointment of deputy chair (in confidential agenda)
C2, Auckland Council & Selwyn Foundation joint venture company, board appointments (in confidential agenda)

Auckland Domain committee, Tuesday 28 February at 1pm, 135 Albert St

Forums, panels & boards:

Local boards’ tasks in this meeting round include appointing a resource consent lead on consent matters pertaining to their ward.

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

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

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 Wednesday-Friday 22-24 March at 9.30am, Henderson, council service centre

Manurewa, 30 Rothery Rd, application by Philip Zhang & Alice Zhu to demolish dwelling and replace with 3 new standalone dwellings, hearing Wednesday 8 March at 9.30am, Manukau, civic annex building

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

Warkworth-Snells Beach, wastewater treatment plants, hearing Thursday-Friday 9-10 March, Auckland town hall

Submissions:

Auckland Council annual plan, public consultation will run from Monday 27 February-27 March

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, Wednesdays at 2pm, in February at Sofitel Hotel, 21 Viaduct Harbour Avenue; from 1 March at new Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 1 March at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Wednesday 1 March at 11am, Takapuna, 129 Hurstmere Rd; Tuesday 7 March at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

Births & deaths, December 2016 year – cancelled, data will be available in the year ending March 2017, Infoshare release on 16 May
Migration, international travel, January, Monday 27 February
Trade, overseas merchandise, January, Tuesday 28 February

March

Reserve Bank, official cashrate announcement, Thursday 23 March
US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Tuesday-Wednesday 14-15 March

Events:

Property Council breakfast, address by mayor Phil Goff, Wednesday 1 March at 7am, Pullman Auckland

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

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

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 open on Monday 27 February, close Monday 27 March, and appointments should be made in early June

Parliament:

Parliament resumes sitting on Tuesday 7 March

Securities – NZ

Metlifecare Ltd, interim result, Monday 27 February

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

THIS WEEK

Auckland Council:

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

Submissions:
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, submissions close Wednesday
Onehunga, 60 Onehunga Mall, application by Gwyneth Bedford to construct a 4-storey apartment building comprising 13 apartments & 11 parking spaces, submissions close Monday
Upper Orewa, State Highway 1, Halls Farm, application by Orewa West Investments Ltd (Simon Herbert & Greg Kernohan) for 575-lot residential subdivision taking up to 10 years, submissions close Friday

Auctions:
Barfoot & Thompson, commercial & apartments, Thursday 10am, residential Wednesday-Thursday 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Ray White City Apartments, Thursday 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St
Ray White Ponsonby, apartments auction, Wednesday 6.30pm, Ponsonby Central, Sapphire Room

Economy:
Accommodation survey, November, Thursday
Electronic card transactions, January, Monday
Food price index, January, Tuesday
Population, national estimates, at 31 December, tables (Infoshare), Wednesday
Ready-mixed concrete, secondary production, December quarter, tables (Infoshare), Friday
Retail trade survey, December quarter, Friday
Transport vehicle registrations, January, tables (Infoshare), Wednesday

Events:
Property Council, Summer on the rooftop, Women in Property networking, Wednesday 15 February at 5pm
Australasian housing researchers conference, Wednesday-Friday, Melbourne, RMIT University
Howick Local Board, Botany by-election, postal vote, closes Friday

Parliament:
Parliament sits Tuesday-Thursday

Securities NZ:
Property For Industry Ltd, annual result, Monday

Securities – overseas:
ANZ Banking Group Ltd, interim result, Friday

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 February at 9.30am, Town Hall

Committees:

Auckland Domain committee, Tuesday 28 February at 9.30am, 135 Albert St
Civil defence & emergency management group committee, Wednesday 22 February at 10.30am, 135 Albert St
Community development & safety committee, Thursday 16 February at 9.30am, Town Hall
Environment & community committee, Tuesday 14 February at 9.30am, Town Hall
Finance & performance committee, Tuesday 21 February at 9.30am, 135 Albert St

Forums, panels & boards:

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

Auckland city centre advisory board, Wednesday 22 February at 3pm, 135 Albert St
Hauraki Gulf forum, Monday 20 February at 1pm, Town Hall

Hearings:

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

Manurewa, 30 Rothery Rd, application by Philip Zhang & Alice Zhu to demolish dwelling and replace with 3 new standalone dwellings, hearing Wednesday 8 March at 9.30am, Manukau, civic annex building

Stonefields, 80 Korere Terrace, application by Todd Property Group Ltd to construct 3 apartment buildings containing a total 90 units, 11 townhouses & associated subdivision, hearing Wednesday-Friday 22-24 February at 9.30am, Town Hall

Warkworth-Snells Beach, wastewater treatment plants, hearing Thursday-Friday 9-10 March, Auckland town hall

Submissions:

Auckland Council annual plan, public consultation will run from Monday 27 February-27 March

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, submissions close Wednesday 15 February

Onehunga, 60 Onehunga Mall, application by Gwyneth Bedford to construct a 4-storey apartment building comprising 13 apartments & 11 parking spaces, submissions close Monday 13 February

Upper Orewa, State Highway 1, Halls Farm, application by Orewa West Investments Ltd (Simon Herbert & Greg Kernohan) for 575-lot residential subdivision taking up to 10 years, submissions close Friday 17 February

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Wednesday-Thursday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, Wednesdays at 2pm, in February at Sofitel Hotel, 21 Viaduct Harbour Avenue; from 1 March at new Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 15 February at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Wednesday 1 March at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St
Ray White Ponsonby, apartments, Wednesday 15 February at 6.30pm, Ponsonby Central, Sapphire Room

Economy:

Accommodation survey, November, Thursday 16 February (rescheduled from 18 January)
Births & deaths, December 2016 year – cancelled, data will be available in the year ending March 2017, Infoshare release on 16 May
Business price indexes, December quarter, Monday 20 February
Electronic card transactions, January, Monday 13 February
Food price index, January, Tuesday 14 February
Migration, international travel, January, Monday 27 February
Population, national estimates, at 31 December, tables (Infoshare), Wednesday 15 February
Population, sub-national projections, 2013(base)–2043 update, Wednesday 22 February
Ready-mixed concrete, secondary production, December quarter, tables (Infoshare), Friday 17 February
Retail trade survey, December quarter, Friday 17 February (rescheduled from 15 February)
Trade, overseas merchandise, January, Tuesday 28 February
Transport vehicle registrations, January, tables (Infoshare), Wednesday 15 February

Events:

Property Council, Summer on the rooftop, Women in Property networking, Wednesday 15 February at 5pm
Australasian housing researchers conference, Wednesday-Friday 15-17 February, Melbourne, RMIT University

Howick Local Board, Botany by-election, postal vote, closes Friday 17 February

Mt Albert by-election, Saturday 25 February

Property Council breakfast, address by mayor Phil Goff, Wednesday 1 March at 7am, Pullman Auckland

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

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

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

Parliament:

Order paper, Tuesday 14 February:

Debate on Prime Minister’s statement (3 hours 50 minutes remaining)

Other Government orders of the day:

1, Taxation (Business Tax, Exchange of Information & Remedial Matters) Bill, third reading
5, Trade (Anti-dumping & Countervailing Duties) Amendment Bill, second reading
7, Maritime Crimes Amendment Bill, second reading
8, Land Transfer Bill, committee stage
10 Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Bill, committee stage
11, Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill, committee stage
13, Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa Claims Settlement Bill, third reading
14, Ngai Te Rangi & Nga Potiki Claims Settlement Bill, second reading
15, Taxation (Annual Rates for 2016-17, Closely Held Companies & Remedial Matters) Bill, second reading
16, Telecommunications (Property Access & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, second reading
17, Contract & Commercial Law Bill, second reading
19, Iwi & Hapu of Te Rohe o Te Wairoa Claims Settlement Bill, first reading
20, Education (Tertiary Education & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, first reading
21, Appropriation (2015-16 Confirmation & Validation) Bill, first reading
23, Telecommunications (Property Access & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, consideration of report
25, Commerce (Cartels & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, committee stage
26, Taxation (Income-sharing Tax Credit) Bill, second reading
27, Insolvency Practitioners Bill, committee stage
28, Regulatory Standards Bill, second reading
29, Nga Rohe Moana o Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Bill, first reading

Members’ orders of the day:

3, Housing Corp (Affordable Housing Development) Amendment Bill, Kelvin Davis, first reading
4, Student Loan Scheme (First Home Repayment Diversion) Amendment Bill, Gareth Hughes, first reading
Public Finance (Sustainable Development Indicators) Amendment Bill, James Shaw, first reading

Securities – NZ

CBL Corp Ltd, annual result, Friday 24 February
Fletcher Building Ltd, interim result, Wednesday 22 February
Heartland Bank Ltd, interim result, Tuesday 21 February
Metlifecare Ltd, interim result, Monday 27 February
Property For Industry Ltd, annual result, Monday 13 February
Summerset Group Holdings Ltd, annual result, Thursday 23 February
Trade Me Group Ltd, interim result, Thursday 23 February

Securities – overseas

ANZ Banking Group Ltd, interim result, Friday 17 February

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Updated: Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 30 January-5 February 2017

Details of the council appointments committee meeting on Wednesday were omitted when the diary was first posted, and have been added on Wednesday morning, with links.

THIS WEEK

Auckland Council:
Committees:
Appointments & performance review committee, Wednesday 1.30pm, 135 Albert St

Auctions:
Barfoot & Thompson, commercial & apartments, Thursday 10am, residential Wednesday-Thursday 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Ray White City Apartments, Thursday 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St
Ray White Ponsonby, apartments auction, Wednesday 6.30pm, Ponsonby Central, Sapphire Room

Economy:
Labour market statistics, December quarter, Wednesday
Migration, international travel, December, Tuesday
Trade, overseas merchandise, December, Monday
US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Tuesday-Wednesday
Visitor arrivals, international, December, Thursday

Events:
Property Council awards, nominations close Friday

Parliament:
Submissions:
Energy Innovation (Electric Vehicles & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, submissions close
Point England Development Enabling Bill, submissions close Tuesday
Private International Law (Choice of Law in Tort) Bill, submissions close Thursday
Rates Rebate (Retirement Village Residents) Amendment Bill, submissions close Tuesday 31 January

Securities NZ:
Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd, trading update & profit forecast for the summer season, Friday

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 9 February at 1.30pm, Town Hall
Governing body, Thursday 23 February at 9.30am, Town Hall

Committees:

Appointments & performance review committee, Wednesday 1 February at 1.30pm, 135 Albert St:
9, Process for appointments to the boards of Auckland Transport and the Auckland Council/Selwyn Foundation joint venture company
10, Process for appointments to the board of the Auckland Regional Amenities Funding Board
11, Accountability of council-controlled organisations
Board Appointments:
C2, Council-controlled organisations – Auckland Transport candidate shortlist (in confidential agenda)
C3, Auckland Council/Selwyn Foundation joint venture company providing housing services for older people (in confidential agenda)
C4, Auckland Regional Amenities Funding Board (in confidential agenda)

Auckland Domain committee, Tuesday 28 February at 9.30am, 135 Albert St
Civil defence & emergency management group committee, Wednesday 22 February at 10.30am, 135 Albert St
Community development & safety committee, Thursday 16 February at 9.30am, Town Hall
Environment & community committee, Tuesday 14 February at 9.30am, Town Hall
Finance & performance committee, Tuesday 21 February at 9.30am, 135 Albert St
Planning committee, Tuesday 7 February at 9.30am, Town Hall
Regulatory committee, Thursday 9 February at 9.30am, 135 Albert St
Strategic procurement committee, Wednesday 8 February at 9.30am, 135 Albert St

Forums, panels & boards:

Local boards’ tasks in this meeting round include appointing a resource consent lead on consent matters pertaining to their ward.

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

Auckland city centre advisory board, Wednesday 22 February at 3pm, 135 Albert St
Hauraki Gulf forum, Monday 20 February at 1pm, Town Hall

Hearings:

Glen Eden, 42 Clayburn Rd, application by Liangguo (Tony) Xu for retrospective consent to convert 2 dwellings into boarding houses of 6 & 7 bedrooms, hearing Friday 10 February at 9.30am, Henderson, council service centre, 6 Henderson Valley Rd

Omaha, 64 Jones Rd & 118 Mangatawhiri Rd (golfcourse), wastewater treatment plant discharge resource consent renewal applications, hearing Tuesday-Wednesday 7-8 February at 10am, Orewa, council service centre

Stonefields, 80 Korere Terrace, application by Todd Property Group Ltd to construct 3 apartment buildings containing a total 90 units, 11 townhouses & associated subdivision, hearing Wednesday-Friday 22-24 February at 9.30am, Town Hall

Submissions:

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, submissions close Wednesday 15 February

Onehunga, 60 Onehunga Mall, application by Gwyneth Bedford to construct a 4-storey apartment building comprising 13 apartments & 11 parking spaces, submissions close Monday 13 February

Upper Orewa, State Highway 1, Halls Farm, application by Orewa West Investments Ltd (Simon Herbert & Greg Kernohan) for 575-lot residential subdivision taking up to 10 years, submissions close Friday 17 February

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Wednesday-Thursday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 15 February at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St
Ray White Ponsonby, apartments, Wednesday 1 February at 6.30pm, Ponsonby Central, Sapphire Room

Economy:

January

Migration, international travel, December, Tuesday 31 January
Trade, overseas merchandise, December, Monday 30 January

February

Accommodation survey, November, Thursday 16 February (rescheduled from 18 January)
Births & deaths, December 2016 year – cancelled, data will be available in the year ending March 2017, Infoshare release on 16 May
Building consents, December, Thursday 9 February (rescheduled from 31 January)
Business price indexes, December quarter, Monday 20 February
Labour market statistics, December quarter, Wednesday 1 February
Electronic card transactions, January, Monday 13 February
Food price index, January, Tuesday 14 February
Household living costs price indexes, December quarter, Thursday 9 February (rescheduled from 2 February)
Migration, international travel, January, Monday 27 February
Population, national estimates, at 31 December, tables (Infoshare), Wednesday 15 February
Population, sub-national projections, 2013(base)–2043 update, Wednesday 22 February
Ready-mixed concrete, secondary production, December quarter, tables (Infoshare), Friday 17 February
Reserve Bank, official cashrate announcement & monetary policy statement, Thursday 9 February
Retail trade survey, December quarter, Friday 17 February (rescheduled from 15 February)
Trade, overseas merchandise, January, Tuesday 28 February
Transport vehicle registrations, January, tables (Infoshare), Wednesday 15 February
US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Tuesday-Wednesday 31 January-1 February
Visitor arrivals, international, December, Thursday 2 February

Events:

Property Council awards, nominations close Friday 3 February; awards dinner Friday 16 June

Queens Wharf, The Lighthouse by Michael Parekowhai, public opening Saturday 11 February from 7pm

Property Council, Summer on the rooftop, Women in Property networking, Wednesday 15 February at 5pm

Australasian housing researchers conference, Wednesday-Friday 15-17 February, Melbourne, RMIT University

Howick Local Board, Botany byelection, postal vote, closes Friday 17 February

Mt Albert by-election, Saturday 25 February; deadline for candidate nominations Wednesday 1 February at noon

Property Council breakfast, address by mayor Phil Goff, Wednesday 1 March at 7am, Pullman Auckland

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

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

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

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

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

Parliament:

Parliament resumes sitting on Tuesday 7 February

Submissions:

Energy Innovation (Electric Vehicles & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, submissions close 1 February
Point England Development Enabling Bill, submissions close Tuesday 31 January
Private International Law (Choice of Law in Tort) Bill, submissions close Thursday 2 February
Rates Rebate (Retirement Village Residents) Amendment Bill, submissions close Tuesday 31 January
Unit Titles Act review discussion document.pdf, consultation closes Friday 3 March

Securities – NZ

CBL Corp Ltd, annual result, Friday 24 February
Fletcher Building Ltd, interim result, Wednesday 22 February
Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd, trading update & profit forecast for the summer season, Friday 3 February
Heartland Bank Ltd, interim result, Tuesday 21 February
Metlifecare Ltd, interim result, Monday 27 February
Property For Industry Ltd, annual result, Monday 13 February
SkyCity Entertainment Group Ltd, interim result, Thursday 9 February
Summerset Group Holdings Ltd, annual result, Thursday 23 February
Trade Me Group Ltd, interim result, Thursday 23 February

Securities – overseas

ANZ Banking Group Ltd, interim result, Friday 17 February

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