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AGENDA

Ordinary meeting of the

 

Joint Shareholders Committee

 

 

Tuesday 16 April 2019
Commencing at 1.30p.m.
Council Chamber

Civic House

110 Trafalgar Street, Nelson

 

Membership: His Worship the Mayor of Tasman Richard Kempthorne  (Chairperson), Her Worship the Mayor of Nelson Rachel Reese, Nelson City Councillors, Ian Barker, Mel Courtney, Paul Matheson, Gaile Noonan and Tim Skinner; Tasman District Councillors Tim King (Deputy Chairperson), Stuart Bryant, Pete Canton, David Ogilvie and Trevor Tuffnell

Quorum: 6


Guidelines for councillors attending the meeting, who are not members of the Committee, as set out in Standing Order 12.1:

·      All councillors, whether or not they are members of the Committee, may attend Committee meetings

·      At the discretion of the Chair, councillors who are not Committee members may speak, or ask questions about a matter.

·      Only Committee members may vote on any matter before the Committee

It is good practice for both Committee members and non-Committee members to declare any interests in items on the agenda.  They should withdraw from the room for discussion and voting on any of these items.

 


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Page No.

 

1.       Apologies

Nil

2.       Confirmation of Order of Business

3.       Interests

3.1       Updates to the Interests Register

3.2       Identify any conflicts of interest in the agenda

4.       Public Forum

5.       Confirmation of Minutes

5.1       20 November 2018                                                                  6 - 10

Document number M3917

Recommendation

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

1.     Confirms the minutes of the meeting of the Joint Shareholders Committee, held on 20 November 2018, as a true and correct record.

   

6.       Port Nelson Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018                                         11 - 16

Document number R9955

Recommendation

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

1.      Receives the report Port Nelson Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018 (R9955) and its attachment (A2143970).

 

 

7.       Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Half Yearly Report to 31 December 2018 and draft Statement of Intent 2019/22                                         17 - 68

Document number R9965

Recommendation

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

1.  Receives the report Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Half Yearly Report to 31 December 2018 and draft Statement of Intent 2019/22 (R9965) and its attachments (A2149588, A2149585, A2089336 and A2149583); and

2.  Notes the delivery of the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust draft Statement of Intent 2019/2022 (A2149585) as required under the Local Government Act 2002; and

3.  Provides the following feedback to the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Board on its draft Statement of Intent:

·    Endorses the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust plan to continue to progress a capital works project that will safely and appropriately house and care for the Nelson Tasman Regional Heritage Collection; and  

·      Requests the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust to revise its visitation forecasts.

 

 

8.       Nelson Airport Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018                                         69 - 93

Document number R9954

Recommendation

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

1.       Receives the report   (R10050) and its attachment (A2153339).

       

Public Excluded Business

9.       Exclusion of the Public

Recommendation

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

1.       Confirms, in accordance with sections 48(5) and 48(6) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987, that Robert Evans, Chief Executive and Simon Orr, Corporate Services Manager, Nelson Airport Ltd, remain after the public has been excluded, for Item 1 of the Public Excluded agenda (Nelson Airport Limited - Draft Statement of Intent 2018-2019), as they have knowledge relating to Nelson Airport Ltd that will assist the meeting.

 

Recommendation

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

1.       Excludes the public from the following parts of the proceedings of this meeting.

2.       The general subject of each matter to be considered while the public is excluded, the reason for passing this resolution in relation to each matter and the specific grounds under section 48(1) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 for the passing of this resolution are as follows: 

 

Item

General subject of each matter to be considered

Reason for passing this resolution in relation to each matter

Particular interests protected (where applicable)

1

Nelson Airport Limited - Draft Statement of Intent 2018-2019

 

Section 48(1)(a)

The public conduct of this matter would be likely to result in disclosure of information for which good reason exists under section 7

The withholding of the information is necessary:

·    Section 7(2)(h)

     To enable the local authority to carry out, without prejudice or disadvantage, commercial activities

 

  


Joint Shareholders Committee Minutes - 20 November 2018

Minutes of a meeting of the Joint Shareholders Committee

Held in the Council Chamber, Civic House, 110 Trafalgar Street, Nelson

On Tuesday 20 November 2018, commencing at 1.33p.m.

 

Present:               Her Worship the Mayor of Nelson R Reese (Presiding Co-Chairperson), His Worship the Mayor of Tasman R Kempthorne (Co-Chairperson), Nelson City Councillors I Barker, M Courtney, G Noonan, and T Skinner, Tasman District Councillors S Bryant, D Ogilvie and T Tuffnell

In Attendance:     Chief Executive (P Dougherty), Group Manager Community Services (R Ball), Group Manager Corporate Services (N Harrison) and Governance Adviser (R Terry)

 

Apologies:            Councillors P Matheson, P Canton and T King

 

 

1.       Apologies

Resolved JSC/2018/034

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

Receives and accepts an apology from Councillors P Matheson, P Canton and T King.

Her Worship the Mayor/His Worship the Mayor of Tasman     Carried

 

2.       Confirmation of Order of Business

There was no change to the order of business.

3.       Interests

There were no updates to the Interests Register, and no interests with items on the agenda were declared.

4.       Public Forum 

There was no public forum.

5.       Confirmation of Minutes

5.1       21 August 2018

Document number M3704, agenda pages 6 - 11 refer.

Resolved JSC/2018/035

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

Confirms the minutes of the meeting of the Joint Shareholders Committee, held on 21 August 2018, as a true and correct record.

His Worship the Mayor of Tasman/Courtney                          Carried

   

6.       Policy review: Joint appointment of Directors/Trustees of Council Controlled Organisations and Council Controlled Trading Organisations

Document number R9713, agenda pages 12 - 20 refer.

Group Manager Corporate Services, Nikki Harrison presented the report and answered questions on the reappointment process for an existing director, appointment of new directors, including the selection panel.

After discussion it was noted that the following amendments would be made:

·    4.1. – amend wording to read, ‘The co-Chairs of the Joint Shareholders Committee will’.

·    4.1.3. – add to the end of the paragraph, ‘if board Chair is unavailable’.

·    5.2 – add to the last sentence, ‘Co-Chairs Joint Shareholders Committee’.

Resolved JSC/2018/036

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

Receives the report Policy review: Joint appointment of Directors/Trustees of Council Controlled Organisations and Council Controlled Trading Organisations (R9713) and its attachment (A2065956); and

Approves the amended 2018 Policy for joint appointment of Directors/Trustees of Council Controlled Organisations and Council Controlled Trading Organisations (A2065956).

Ogilvie/Noonan                                                                     Carried

 

7.       Tasman Bays Heritage Trust - Trustee Rotation and Remuneration

Document number R9773, agenda pages 21 - 24 refer.

Group Manager Community Services Roger Ball presented the report and answered questions on the length of time between appointments, with the committee noting the importance of staggering the appointments where possible.

Resolved JSC/2018/037

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

Receives the report Tasman Bays Heritage Trust - Trustee Rotation and Remuneration (R9773); and

Notes the decision of the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Appointments Committee to reappoint the following Trustees for three year terms ending in November 2021:

·   Olivia Hall (Chair)

·   Emma Thompson

·   Derek Shaw

·   Darren Mark

Increases the Trustees’ remuneration pool for the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust by 1.6% (being the annual Consumer Price Index change to December 2017) to $64,221 for the 2018/19 financial year.

His Worship the Mayor of Tasman/Noonan                             Carried

       

8.       Exclusion of the Public

Resolved JSC/2018/038

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

Excludes the public from the following parts of the proceedings of this meeting.

The general subject of each matter to be considered while the public is excluded, the reason for passing this resolution in relation to each matter and the specific grounds under section 48(1) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 for the passing of this resolution are as follows:

Ogilvie/Bryant                                                                      Carried

 

Item

General subject of each matter to be considered

Reason for passing this resolution in relation to each matter

Particular interests protected (where applicable)

1

Joint Shareholders Committee Meeting - Public Excluded Minutes -  21 August 2018

Section 48(1)(a)

The public conduct of this matter would be likely to result in disclosure of information for which good reason exists under section 7.

The withholding of the information is necessary:

·    Section 7(2)(a)

     To protect the privacy of natural persons, including that of a deceased person

·    Section 7(2)(h)

     To enable the local authority to carry out, without prejudice or disadvantage, commercial activities

·    Section 7(2)(i)

     To enable the local authority to carry on, without prejudice or disadvantage, negotiations (including commercial and industrial negotiations)

 

The meeting went into public excluded session at 1.56p.m. and resumed in public session at 1.56p.m. 

Please note that as the only business transacted in public excluded was to confirm the minutes, this business has been recorded in the public minutes. In accordance with the Local Government Official Information Meetings Act 1987, no reason for withholding this information from the public exists.

 

Confirmation of Minutes

            21 August 2018

Document number M3705, agenda pages 3 - 8 refer.

Resolved JSC/2018/039

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

Confirms the minutes of part of the meeting of the Joint Shareholders Committee, held with the public excluded on 21 August 2018, as a true and correct record.

His Worship the Mayor of Tasman/Courtney                          Carried

          

9.       Re-admittance of the Public

Resolved JSC/2018/040

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

Re-admits the public to the meeting.

Her Worship the Mayor/Skinner                                            Carried

 

 

There being no further business the meeting ended at 1.57p.m.

 

 

Confirmed as a correct record of proceedings:

 

 

 

                                                         Chairperson                                    Date


 

Item 6: Port Nelson Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018

 

Joint Shareholders Committee

16 April 2019

 

 

REPORT R9955

Port Nelson Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018

     

 

1.       Purpose of Report

1.1       To receive the half yearly report to 31 December 2018 from Port Nelson Limited.

 

 

 

2.       Recommendation

 

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

1.      Receives the report Port Nelson Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018 (R9955) and its attachment (A2143970).

 

 

 

2.       Background

2.1       The Port Companies Act 1988 requires delivery of the half year report within two months of the end of the period to the shareholders and the Minister of Transport. This requirement has been met.

2.2       The Port Company presented on the six monthly result at the Joint Committee of Nelson City and Tasman District Council held on 26 March 2019 and are therefore not presenting again today.

3.       Discussion

3.1       The half yearly report of Port Nelson for the period ending 31 December 2018 is included as Attachment 1. 

3.1.1    For the first six months of this financial year Port Nelson reported total revenue of $32.8 million, up 3% against budget and up 3.2% on the same period last year.

3.1.2    Cargo volumes for the first half of the year were ahead of budget with 1.831 million tonnes handled against the budget of 1.649 million, and up on the 1.631 million handled at the same time last year.

3.1.3    Vessel visits were 399, down on the budget of 432 due principally to the reduction in container vessels calls as a result of the cessation of the Maersk service in August and the temporary withdrawal of the PAD service in September.

3.1.4    Net profit after tax (NPAT) of $5.2 million is 9.2% above budget and 5.4% higher than the same time last year.

3.2       The report shows that Port Nelson have largely met its SOI targets for the first six months except for:

3.2.1    Annual ship visits/gross shipping tonnes (as discussed above in 3.1.3)

3.2.2    Lost time injury (LTI) frequency rate of 2.9 versus a budget of less than 1.5 (higher than the same time last year of 2.3).

3.2.3    Capital expenditure programme (and therefore debt to equity ratio) is below budget by $6.5 million due to the timing variations.

3.3       As commented on in the attached six monthly report, there is concern of the impact of the recent fires and the ongoing drought on cargo volumes through the Port over the short and medium term. 

3.4       The Statement of Corporate Intent for Port Nelson Limited is not due to be received until 31 July 2019 and will be brought to the 20 August 2019 Joint Shareholders Committee meeting.     

4.       Conclusion

4.1       Port Nelson has complied with the Port Companies Act 1988 in preparing a half yearly report.

 

 

Author:           Nikki Harrison, Group Manager Corporate Services

Attachments

Attachment 1:    A2143970 - Port Nelson Limited 6 month report to 31 December 2018

   


Item 6: Port Nelson Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018: Attachment 1

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Item 7: Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Half Yearly Report to 31 December 2018 and draft Statement of Intent 2019/22

 

Joint Shareholders Committee

16 April 2019

 

 

REPORT R9965

Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Half Yearly Report to 31 December 2018 and draft Statement of Intent 2019/22

     

 

1.       Purpose of Report

1.1       To receive the half yearly report from the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust (TBHT) (Attachment 1) and to consider the Trust’s draft Statement of Intent 2019/2022 (Attachment 2).

2.       Summary

2.1       TBHT has delivered its six monthly report to December 2018 and a draft Statement of Intent, as required under the Local Government Act 2002.

 

 

3.       Recommendation

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

1.  Receives the report Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Half Yearly Report to 31 December 2018 and draft Statement of Intent 2019/22 (R9965) and its attachments (A2149588, A2149585, A2089336 and A2149583); and

2.  Notes the delivery of the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust draft Statement of Intent 2019/2022 (A2149585) as required under the Local Government Act 2002; and

3.  Provides the following feedback to the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Board on its draft Statement of Intent:

·    Endorses the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust plan to continue to progress a capital works project that will safely and appropriately house and care for the Nelson Tasman Regional Heritage Collection; and 

·      Requests the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust to revise its visitation forecasts.

 

 

 

4.       Background

4.1       Under the Local Government Act, TBHT is required to deliver a draft Statement of Intent (SOI) to the councils on an annual basis no later than 1 March each year. 

4.2       The councils have an opportunity to provide feedback to the Board of TBHT within two months of this date and the Trust then has until 30 June 2019 to deliver the final SOI to the shareholders.

4.3       On 6 November 2018, the Joint Committee resolved:

Confirms the general expectations including renewable energy generation in clause 6.13 for Statements of Intent/Statements of Corporate Intent set out in paragraphs 6.1 to 6.15 in report R9762.

4.4       Subsequent discussion indicated a desire to add further specific matters as follows:

4.4.1    Governance succession plan: include in the SOI a governance succession plan which details how the board will identify and mentor a future Chair of the Trust;

4.4.2    Resilience: include in the SOI a risk management plan which details risks/hazards, mitigation strategies, response and recovery plans including in relation to cyber-attacks and natural hazards;

4.4.3    Good employer obligations: detail in the SOI how the Trust meets its good employer obligations under the Local Government Act, particularly in relation to fair pay and equal employment opportunities;

4.4.4    Climate change: include information about climate change responsiveness, including risk resilience, mitigation and adaptation; and

4.4.5    Collections facility: detail plans to progress work to develop a regional collections facility to replace the Isel Park building.

4.5       The letter of expectation (Attachment 3) was sent to TBHT in December 2018 outlining the general expectations and specific matters that the councils would like to see addressed in the SOI for the 2019/20 year.

4.6       TBHT provided a half yearly report to December 2018 (Attachment 1) and a draft Statement of Intent (Attachment 2) dated 1 March 2019, and received by email on 4 March 2019. Aside from this small delay, this documentation meets the requirements of the Local Government Act. The Trust also sent a cover letter (Attachment 4) responding to the matters contained in the letter of expectation.  The cover letter notes the TBHT is required to have a robust risk management plan; that the Board is updating this plan in light of recent emergency events; and the Board will provide a copy to the Councils.  Subject to receipt of the updated risk management plan, the TBHT has responded satisfactorily to the matters contained in the letter of expectation.       

4.7       The Interim Chair of the Board, Emma Thompson, and Interim CEO, Olivia Hall, will be in attendance at the meeting to present information and to answer questions.

5.       Discussion

Draft Statement of Intent

5.1       The cover letter (Attachment 4) deals with specific requirements in relation to the letter of expectation.

5.2       TBHT has clearly been developing its strategic plan and the SOI sets out the priority work streams for forthcoming years.

5.3       Strategic Objective One in the draft SOI (p. 5 of the SOI) describes a project to safely and appropriately house and care for the Nelson Tasman Regional Heritage Collection. The TBHT has previously presented a business case with a preferred location. In response to this, officers from the two councils met with TBHT and requested a peer review, at the councils’ expense, of the costings in the business case. The aim of this is to help ensure the cost estimates for the new facility are robust.  The outcomes from this peer review were presented by TBHT to the Joint Committee at its meeting on 26 March 2019.  Discussions have also been held regarding the implications of asbestos assessments at the Isel facility.

5.4       The visitation targets described on p. 11 of the SOI record very positive trends with visitor numbers, with actual visits now exceeding forecasts out to 2021/22. It would seem appropriate to recast the forecast figures in light of the trend.

5.5       The TBHT has a loan with each council amounting to $825,000 per council as at 31 December 2018. The SOI states (p. 23) that the Trust will repay the amount of $100,000 to each council for a period of four years commencing June 2016. The TBHT says it will review its repayments after this. The Interim CEO, Olivia Hall, has advised officers that the TBHT is “committed to repaying $100,000 per council in the 2018/2019 year and [has] budgeted for it again in the 2019/2020 year. At this stage the TBHT [has] not made a commitment to continue at this level beyond the 2019/2020 year and [has] budgeted it back at the substantive amount of $50,000 per council per year. This has been reflected in the SOI budget financials”.

Half Yearly Report

5.6       TBHT presented information from its half yearly report to the Joint Committee on 26 March 2019.

5.7       The half yearly report shows that TBHT is on track to meet the majority of its objectives for the year. Visitor numbers are well up on the comparable period for 2017, at 32,691, and are tracking ahead of the target of 51,805 for the year.

5.8       Revenue is slightly ahead of budget as are direct and other expense costs, meaning the operating profit (before depreciation) is close to budget. In response to a question from officers, TBHT explained that increased visitor numbers will not result in additional revenue in the current financial year as there is no paid exhibition planned for 2019/20 (unlike in 2018/19).

5.9       The Board had budgeted to run a deficit after depreciation of $80,184 year to date and is currently tracking at $99,844 due to higher depreciation.  As in previous years, the TBHT does not plan to fully fund for depreciation (as the Councils do not fund TBHT for this).  CPI has been estimated at 1.9% and there may some risks with wage inflation being higher.  The Board continues to build up cash, with $778,000 in the bank.

5.10     The Trust has engaged in a number of outreach activities across the region and continues to work closely with the region’s smaller museums on exhibitions and training.

5.11     It is pleasing to note that income from the museum shop is starting to make a more significant contribution to revenue.

6.       Options

6.1       There is no decision to be made on the half yearly report. TBHT has complied with the legislation in preparing and presenting the report to the councils.

6.2       In relation to the draft SOI, the Committee can choose to either provide feedback to the Board of TBHT or accept the SOI as the final version (with any minor amendments). If the Committee does submit substantive feedback, then the amended SOI will be brought back to the Committee in August.

 

Option 1: Provide feedback to the TBHT (recommended option)

Advantages

·   Ensures the Committee’s views are reflected in the SOI

Risks and Disadvantages

·    The SOI will need to come back to the Committee in August

Option 2: Accept the SOI as the final version

Advantages

·    The process can wrap up now and a further report is not required

Risks and Disadvantages

·    The Committee’s views may not be included

7.       Conclusion

7.1       TBHT has not met its statutory timeframes for submission of its half yearly report and draft Statement of Intent, however this appeared to be a technical hitch and is not considered material. The Committee has the ability to accept the draft SOI as it is or to provide feedback to TBHT for inclusion in its final SOI, due by 30 June 2019.

 

Author:           Roger Ball, Group Manager Community Services

Attachments

Attachment 1:    A2149588 - Tasman Bays Heritage Trust - Six Monthly Report to 31 December 2018 - 1Mar2019

Attachment 2:    A2149585 - Tasman Bays Heritage Trust - Statement of Intent 2019-2022 - 1Mar2019

Attachment 3:    A2089336 - Letter of Expectation - Tasman Bays Heritage Trust 2019-20 - 11Dec2018

Attachment 4:    A2149583 - Tasman Bays Heritage Trust - Cover Letter to Statement of Intent and Six-Monthly Report - 1Mar2019

  

 

Important considerations for decision making

1.   Fit with Purpose of Local Government

The preparation of a draft Statement of Intent and delivery of the half yearly report is a requirement of Schedule 8 of the Local Government Act.

2.   Consistency with Community Outcomes and Council Policy

The museum contributes to  the outcome ‘Our communities have opportunities to celebrate and explore their heritage, identity and creativity’ and  ‘Our communities have access to a range of social, educational and recreational facilities and activities’.

3.   Risk

There is a low risk that the Statement of Intent does not deliver the outcomes expected by the councils. There is medium risk that expectations of funding for a project to house and care for the Nelson Tasman regional heritage collection may not be realised. 

4.   Financial impact

The provision of the museum is a budgeted activity for both councils.

5.   Degree of significance and level of engagement

This matter is of low significance and no further consultation is proposed.

6.   Inclusion of Māori in the decision making process

No engagement with Māori has been undertaken in preparing this report. Iwi are represented on the Trust Board.

7.   Delegations

The Joint Shareholders Committee has the following delegations to consider the Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Half Yearly Report to 31 December 2018 and Draft Statement of Intent 2019/22:

Areas of Responsibility and Powers to Decide:

All matters relating to jointly owned Council Controlled Organisations and Council Controlled Trading Organisations, including statements of intent, statements of corporate intent, half yearly reports, the appointment of directors and setting of directors’ fees.

 


Item 7: Tasman Bays Heritage Trust Half Yearly Report to 31 December 2018 and draft Statement of Intent 2019/22: Attachment 1

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Item 8: Nelson Airport Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018

 

Joint Shareholders Committee

16 April 2019

 

 

REPORT R9954

Nelson Airport Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018

     

 

 

 

 

1.       Recommendation

 

That the Joint Shareholders Committee

Receives the report Nelson Airport Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018 (R9954) and its attachment (A2153339).

 

 

 

 

Author:           Mike Drummond, Corporate Services Manager, Tasman District Council

Attachments

Attachment 1:    A2153339 - Nelson Airport Ltd half yearly report to Dec 2018

   


Item 8: Nelson Airport Limited half yearly report to 31 December 2018: Attachment 1

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