Minutes of a meeting of the

Nelson City Council

Te Kaunihera o Whakatū

Held in the Council Chamber, Floor 2A, Civic House, 110 Trafalgar Street, Nelson on Wednesday 8 May 2024, commencing at 9.00a.m.  to hear submissions to draft Long Term Plan 2024-2034

 

Present:              His Worship the Mayor N Smith (Chairperson), Councillors M Anderson, M Benge, T Brand, M Courtney, J Hodgson, R O'Neill-Stevens (Deputy Mayor), P Rainey, C Rollo, R Sanson, T Skinner and A Stallard

In Attendance:    Group Manager Environmental Management (M Bishop), Group Manager Community Services (A White), Group Manager Corporate Services (N Harrison), Group Manager Strategy and Communications (N McDonald), Acting Group Manager Infrastructure (D Light), Team Leader Governance (R Byrne), Senior Governance Adviser (A Andrews), Governance Adviser (A Bryce) and Assistant Governance Adviser (M Taylor)

Apologies :          Councillor Kahu Paki Paki

 

Karakia and Mihi Timatanga

1.       Apologies

           An apology was received from Councillor Paki Paki.

Resolved CL/2024/093

 

That the Council

1.        Receives and accepts the apology from Councillor Paki Paki.

Sanson/Courtney                                                                          Carried

2.       Confirmation of Order of Business

An updated hearing schedule was tabled.

 

3.       Interests

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

4.       Hearing of submissions on the Long Term Plan 2024-2034 Consultation Document and related consultations

Document number R28392, agenda pages 3 - 899 refer.

Resolved CL/2024/094

 

That the Council

1.    Receives the report Hearing of submissions on the Long Term Plan 2024-2034 Consultation Document and related consultations (R28392) and its attachments (1852948764-1057; 282346696-24641 and 282346696-24642); and

2.    Accepts the late submissions and additional information  (tabled at the meeting) on the Long Term Plan 2024-2034 Consultation Document and parallel consultations.

Sanson/Courtney                                                                          Carried

Attachments

1    1982984479-7501 Council - Long Term Plan 2024-2034 Hearing - Additional Speakers Submissions

2    1982984479-7502 Council - Long Term Plan 2024-2034 Hearing - Additional Information

4.1           Lucinda Blackley-Jimson - Tasman Bays Heritage Trust | Nelson Provincial Museum - 1078

Lucinda Blackley-Jimson, provided a presentation (282346696-24666) and spoke to her submission noting the cost of inflation and council contributions. She answered questions on the percentage of contingency fund and funding from Nelson and Tasman Councils.

4.2           Tim Bayley - 1251

Tim Bayley, spoke to his submission.

4.3           Karen Wilson and Rodger Curry - Blind Citizens NZ Nelson Branch - 1509

Karen Wilson and Rodger Curry, spoke to their submission and highlighted the need for an accessibility strategy and an accessible communication policy.

 

 

4.4           Ben Bushell - Community Compost Nelson - 1363

Ben Bushell, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on alternatives to collection of food waste.

4.5           Oliver Boyd - Summerset Group Holdings Ltd - 979

Oliver Boyd, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on rates disparity of retirement villages.

The meeting was adjourned from 9.58a.m. until 10.04a.m.

4.6           Jud Hadfield - The Sandpit Incorporated - 979

Jud Hadfield, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on lease of land from Nelson City Council.

4.7           Noah Hosie - Nelson Surf Life Saving Club - 82 & 1026

Noah Hosie, spoke to his submission and noted the importance of surf education. He answered questions on funding, volunteering, facilities and training.

The meeting was adjourned from 10.35a.m. until 10.45a.m.

4.8           Adam Burwell - 773

Adam Burwell, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on alternative funding models.

4.9           Bruno Lemke - Nelson Tasman Community Transport Trust - 1046

Bruno Lemke, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on service and frequency of service.

4.10        Alastair Cotterill - 1415

Alastair Cotterill, spoke to his submission.

4.11        Fiona Wilson & Sarah- Jane Weir - Nelson Regional Development Agency - 1476

Fiona Wilson & Sarah- Jane Weir, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on tourism within the region, impact of reduced funding, communication strategy and long term vision.

4.12        Jace Hobbs – 1266

Jace Hobbs, spoke to his submission and noted energy density of various renewable energy sources. He answered questions on the future of electric batteries and challenges of hydrogen aircrafts. 

4.13        Carrie Mozena - Nelson Tasman Housing Trust - 1502

Carrie Mozena, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on rates payment on titles and housing reserve fund.

The meeting was adjourned from 12.11p.m. until 1.00p.m.

4.14        Julie Catchpole - The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatu Trust – 1056

Suter Art Gallery Director, Julie Catchpole, provided a presentation (282346696-24671) and spoke to her submission. She answered questions on improving rising electricity costs, funding depreciation from council and operation hours.

4.15        Kevin Rooke - Tasman Hang Gliding & Paragliding Club Inc - 1062

Kevin Rooke, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on council contact connections for the club, the ideal size of the landing pad and how important the emergency landing pad was to the sport in Nelson.

4.16        John Fitchett - 1225

John Fitchett, spoke to his submission.

4.17        Roger Gibbons - 1373

Roger Gibbons, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on debt and tendering options.

4.18        Jane du Feu - Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka Māori Cultural Council - 1066

Jane du Feu, provided a presentation (282346696-24672) and spoke to her submission. She answered questions on the hosting locations and possible venues, Te Matatini 2027, teams that would be attending and funding.

4.19        Matthew Ball - Nelson Mountain Bike Club - 1071

Matthew Ball provided a presentation (282346696-24664) and spoke to his submission. He answered questions on current land owner arrangements, MOUs, the current lease and aspirations on future development.

The meeting was adjourned from 2.27p.m. until 2.30p.m.

4.20        Katrina Hollingworth & Tina Rouhoff - Nelson Lawn Tennis Club - 1126

Katrina Hollingworth & Tina Rouhoff, provided a presentation (282346696-24668) and spoke to their submission. They answered questions on extensions of the Tennis Club lease and Nelson City Council’s potential financial assistance.

4.21        Iain Sheves - Wakatu Incorporation - 1445

Iain Sheves, spoke to the submission. He answered questions on the expectation of Nelson City Council contributing to the capital costs of the climatorium and the potential civic/community hub collaboration with the climatorium.

Extension of Meeting Time

Resolved CL/2024/095

 

That the Council

1.        Extends the meeting time beyond six hours, pursuant to Standing Order 4.2.

Hodgson/Rollo                                                                              Carried

4.22        Bruce Gilkison & Marta Klarlik-Neale - Businesses for Climate Action Trust - 1477

Bruce Gilkison & Marta Klarlik-Neale, provided a presentation ( 282346696-24668) and spoke to their submission. They answered questions on committed funding and funding grant submissions.

4.23        Karen Driver - 1324

Karen Driver, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on home composting, emissions reduction through kitchen waste schemes.

4.24        John-Paul Pochin & Amy Kennedy - Climate Liberation Aotearoa Whakatu - 1109

John-Paul Pochin & Amy Kennedy, spoke to their submission and tabled speaking notes.

The meeting was adjourned from 3.29p.m. until 3.38p.m.

4.25        Belinda Crisp - 1405

Belinda Crisp, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on lost revenue to the city.

4.26        Felicity Palmer, Marie Lindaya, Mary Bronsteter & Ramiesha Perera - Multicultural Nelson Tasman – 1478

Felicity Palmer, Marie Lindaya, Mary Bronsteter & Ramiesha Perera, tabled additional information, provided a presentation (282346696-24661) and spoke to their submission. They answered questions on the central government changes and the multi-cultural hub project.

4.27        Peter Olorenshaw - The Nelson Transport Strategy Group (NELSUST) Inc - 1229

Peter Olorenshaw, spoke to his submission.

4.28        Gaire Thompson - 1072

Gaire Thompson, spoke to his submission.

4.29        Ayla Turner, Finn Kerby-Pinguet, Bailey Main & Malachi Ng - Nelson Youth Council - 1147

Finn Kerby-Pinguet and Ayla Turner spoke to their submission. They answered questions on the proposed Youth Hub, their vision for a combined venue for the library, community hub and civic offices and their vision for an Arts Hub venue.

4.30        Philip Thompson & Kent Inglis - Nelson Rugby Football Working Party and FC Nelson – 1486 and 1487

Philip Thompson & Kent Inglis, provided a presentation (282346696-24663) and spoke to their submission. They answered questions on their proposed artificial turf, the clubroom gateway facility and club hub facilities.

4.31        Sky Davies - Tasman Environmental Trust - 1105

Sky Davies, provided a presentation (282346696-24682) and spoke to her submission. She answered questions on council grants and opportunities for reforestation.

Tabled Documents Day 1 Long Term Plan Hearings (8 May 2024)

The following documents were provided in support on Day 1 of the hearing of submissions.

Attachments

1    LTP Hearing Schedule 08May2024

2    1056 - Julie Catchpole - The Suter Art Gallery

3    1066 - Jane du Feu - Te Matatini 2027 PP final

4    1071 - Matthew Ball - presentation

5    1078 - Lucinda Jimson - Tasman Bays Heritage Trust - Presentation 8 May 2024

6    1099-John-Paul Pochin and Ami Kennedy - Speaking Notes

7    1105 - Sky Davies - presentation

8    1126 - Katrina Hollingworth - presentation

9    1477 - Bruce Gilkison - B4CA Mission Zero presentation

10  1478 - Felicity Palmer - Multicultural Nelson Tasman - Community Support MNT NCC LTP 2024

11  1478 - Felicity Palmer - Multicultural Nelson Tasman - PRESENTATION - NCC Long Term Plan

12  1487 - Philip Thompson - FC Nelson

13  1513-Seb Head - Submission

The meeting was adjourned at 5.18p.m. and reconvened at 9.00a.m. on Thursday 09 May 2024.


 

Minutes of a meeting of the

Nelson City Council

Te Kaunihera o Whakatū

Reconvened in the Council Chamber, Floor 2A, Civic House, 110 Trafalgar Street, Nelson on Thursday 9 May 2024, commencing at 9.00a.m. to hear submissions to draft Long Term Plan 2024-2034

 

Present:              His Worship the Mayor N Smith (Chairperson), Councillors M Anderson, T Brand, M Courtney, J Hodgson, R O'Neill-Stevens (Deputy Mayor), P Rainey, C Rollo, R Sanson, T Skinner and A Stallard

In Attendance:    Group Manager Environmental Management (M Bishop), Group Manager Community Services (A White), Group Manager Corporate Services (N Harrison), Group Manager Strategy and Communications (N McDonald), Team Leader Governance (R Byrne), Senior Governance Adviser (A Andrews), Governance Adviser (A Bryce) and Assistant Governance Adviser (M Taylor)

Apologies :          Councillors Matthew Benge and Kahu Paki Paki  

 

Karakia and Mihi Timatanga

5.       Apologies

        Apologies were received from Councillors Benge and Paki Paki.

Resolved CL/2024/096

 

That the Council

1.        Receives and accepts the apologies from Councillors Paki Paki and Benge.

2.        Accepts additional information  (tabled at the meeting) on the Long Term Plan 2024-2034 Consultation Document and parallel consultations.

Courtney/Hodgson                                                                        Carried

Attachments

1    Long Term Plan 2024-2034  - Additional Speakers Submissions Part 2

2    Long Term Plan 2024-2034  - Additional Information Part 2

6.       Confirmation of Order of Business

An updated hearing schedule was tabled.

 

7.       Interests

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

Councillor Brand declared an interest in submission #626 and left the meeting at the time it was being heard.

Councillor Sanson declared an interest in submission #1495 and left the meeting at the time it was being heard.

Councillor Rollo declared an interest in submission #1505 and left the meeting at the time it was being heard.

Councillor Anderson declared an interest in submission #864  and left the meeting at the time it was being heard.

4.       Hearing of submissions on the Long Term Plan 2024-2034 Consultation Document and related consultations (Agenda Item 4 continued)

Document number R28392, agenda pages 3 - 899 refer.

4.32        Dan McGuire – 28

Dan McGuire, spoke to his submission.

4.33        Ed Shuttleworth - Sport Tasman - 1027

Ed Shuttleworth, provided a presentation (282346696-24681) and spoke to his submission. He answered questions on Sports Tasman’s surveys that could aid Council in understanding community sporting needs, community accessibility assistance and development of facilities.

4.34        Bryce Easton – 141 - Did not arrive.

4.35        Andrew Paul Kenton - 22

Andrew Paul Kenton, tabled his submission with corrections and spoke to the submission.

4.36        Geoff Moffett - 13

Geoff Moffett, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on EQCs.

4.37        Katherine Malcolm - 878

Katherine Malcolm, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on commuting cycle ways.

4.38        Sue Thomas - 1315

Sue Thomas, spoke to her submission.

4.39        Frank Freeman – 876

Frank Freeman, spoke to his submission.

Attendance: Councillor Skinner left the meeting at 9.56a.m.

The meeting adjourned from 9.57a.m. until 10.02a.m.

4.40        Nic Van Hattum – 137 - Did not arrive.

4.41        Unit Commander Captain Webber and Derek Nees - Nelson Cadet Unit - 942

Unit Commander, Captain Sophie Webber, and Derek Nees, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on community connections and assisting, and financial hardship cadet fees.

4.42        Les Edwards and Nic Smith (President) - Marist Rugby Football Club (Nelson) Inc - 150

President, Nic Smith, and Club Capability Manager, Les Edwards, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on surf lifesaving communications, their current lease agreement ending in 2030 and a potential move to Tahunanui.

Attendance: His Worship the Mayor Hon Dr Nick Smith left the meeting at 10.25a.m. at which point Deputy Mayor, Rohan O’Neill-Stevens assumed.

4.43        Bill Dahlberg - 1422

Bill Dahlberg, provided a presentation (282346696-24676) and spoke to his submission. He answered a question on the removal of sawdust at Tahunanui beach.

4.44        Victoria Sharp and Trevor Marshall - Santa Parade Trust – 3 & 4

Chairman, Trevor Marshall, and Treasurer and Secretary of the Santa Parade Trust, Victoria Sharp, spoke to their submission and provided a video link (https://youtu.be/agIhI7NecQQ?si=FE_rBYaEzbyYKqSs ). They answered questions on the importance of receiving funding for the Santa Parade, event barriers and grant requests.

 

4.45        Ali Jamieson - The NZ MTB Rally – 252

Ali Jamieson, tabled a presentation (282346696-24685) and spoke to his submission. He answered questions on mountainbike trails surrounding Nelson, commercial value of events in Nelson and events that had been lost due to lease/consent issues.

The meeting adjourned from 11.17a.m. until 11.22a.m. at which time Councillor Skinner joined the meeting.

4.46        Sally Mottram-Dubieniec - 6

Sally Mottram-Dubieniec, spoke to her submission and  tabled speaking notes. She answered questions on northwest Nelson cycle way and north Nelson bus stops.

4.47        Bianca Farmer - 950

Bianca Farmer, provided a presentation (282346696-24674) and  tabled speaking notes.  She spoke to her submission and answered questions on accessibility.

4.48        Stephen Foster - 626

Councillor Brand had previously declared an interest and stood back from the table for this speaker.

Stephen Foster, spoke to his submission and tabled speaking notes. He answered questions on in-house management advantages and the benefits of combined entry fees and lane charges.

4.49        Richard Ussher - Cable Bay Adventure Park Ltd - 331

Richard Ussher, spoke to his submission and tabled speaking notes.

4.50        Jill Ford - 353

Jill Ford, provided a presentation (282346696-24675) and spoke to her submission. She answered questions on composting practices.

4.51        Daniel Jackson - 933

Daniel Jackson, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on uniform and land-based charges.

The meeting adjourned from 12.20p.m. until 1.00p.m. at which time Councillor Skinner was not in attendance.

4.52        Gordon Shaw - Nelson Netball Centre Inc – 895

Gordon Shaw, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on funding requirements, feasibility study and roofing.

4.53        Hemi Toia - Koata Ltd & Ngati Koata Group - 571

Chief Executive, Koata Ltd and Board Director, Ngati Koata - Hemi Toia, spoke to his submission. 

4.54        Elizabeth Bean on behalf of Gillian Wratt - 956

Trust Administrator, Nelson Cycle Trust - Elizabeth Bean, spoke to Gillian Wratt’s submission. She answered questions on sources of funding and transportation. 

Attendance: Councillor Skinner joined the meeting at 1.23p.m.

4.55        Emily Osborne - Parents for Active Transport – Atawhai - 1490

Emily Osborne provided a presentation (282346696-24683) and spoke to the submission. She answered questions on previous work on cycle ways and cycle network.

4.56        Douglas Jackson - Skate Nelson Bays - 642

Douglas Jackson, provided a presentation (282346696-24670) and spoke to his submission. She answered questions on upgrades to the current facilities and accessibility of the sport.

4.57        Ian Williams and Zinnia Foster - Hospitality NZ - 952

President, Hospitality NZ - Ian Williams and General Manager, Hospitality NZ - Zinnia Foster, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on liquor licenses, application processes and parking.

Attendance: Councillor Anderson joined the meeting at 1.59p.m.

The meeting was adjourned from 2.06p.m. until 2.14p.m.

4.58        Zola Rose - Common Ground – 675 – Did not arrive.

4.59        Lynn Cadenhead - 977

Lynn Cadenhead, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on rates remission.

4.60        Ali Kahwaji, Pauline Agache and Allize Mangar - Cultural Conversations – 864

Councillor Anderson had previously declared an interest and stood back from the table to support the speakers.

Ali Kahwaji, Pauline Agache and Allize Mangar, provided a presentation (282346696-24684) and tabled speaking notes . They spoke to their submission and answered questions on funding, facility, membership and challenges faced by the organisation.

4.61        Tony Haddon - 1500

Tony Haddon, spoke to his submission and tabled speaking notes. 

4.62        William Samuels - 1491

William Samuels, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on youth hub facility and funding.

4.63        Mel Barker - 801

Mel Barker, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on membership fees.

Extension of Meeting Time

Resolved CL/2024/097

 

That the Council

1.        Extends the meeting time beyond six hours, pursuant to Standing Order 4.2.

O'Neill-Stevens/Hodgson                                                               Carried

4.64        Harry Pearson – 559

Harry Pearson, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on the consultation process and commercial food waste.

The meeting was adjourned from 3.04p.m. until 3.19p.m at which time His Worship the Mayor Hon Dr Smith returned to the meeting and assumed Chair.

4.65        Barbara Markland - NZ China Friendship Society - 661

Barbara Markland, Gail Collingwood and Bill Findlater spoke to their submission. They answered questions on partnership with Iwi and funding.

Attendance: Deputy Mayor O’Neill-Stevens left the meeting at 3.20p.m.

4.66        Leeson Baldey - 761

Leeson Baldey, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on challenges to the scheme, funding from central government and the average cost of insulation.

Attendance: Deputy Mayor O’Neill-Stevens joined the meeting at 3.38p.m.

4.67        Peter Taylor - 1216

Peter Taylor, spoke to his submission. 

 

4.68        Andrew Spittal - CCKV Maitai Dev Co - 691

Andrew Spittal, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on flood modelling, funding challenges and cost implications.

4.69        Jonas Asmussen - 827

Jonas Asmussen, spoke to the submission. He answered questions on housing.

4.70        Steven Gray and Tom Kennedy - Friends of the Maitai - 838

Steven Gray and Tom Kennedy, provided a presentation (282346696-24677) and spoke to their submission. They answered questions on forestry in the area.

The meeting was adjourned from 4.22p.m. until 4.29p.m

4.71        Rowan Hick – 560

Rowan Hick, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on membership fees.

4.72        Daniel Levy - 1246

Daniel Levy, spoke to his submission and tabled speaking notes. He answered questions on the need for significant investment in the Marina area.

4.73        Scott Burnett - Forest & Bird - 1495

Councillor Sanson had previously declared an interest and stood back from the table for this speaker.

Scott Burnett, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on weed and pest management, opportunities for Nelson City Council,

4.74        Jacinda Stevenson + TBCA Chair - Tahunanui Business and Community Assn – 1433                   

Councillor Rollo had previously declared an interest and stood back from the table for this speaker.

Chair, Tahunanui Business and Community Assn – Alec Woods and Jacinda Stevenson, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on buyout recommendations, affordable housing and community consultation.

Attendance: Councillor Courtney left the meeting at 5.17p.m.

4.75        Tahunanui Community Hub Chair, Jacinda Stevenson and Campbell Rollo  - Tahunanui Community Hub – 1505

Councillor Rollo had previously declared an interest and stood back from the table to support the speaker.

Chair, Tahunanui Community Hub -  Jacinda Stevenson and Campbell Rollo, spoke to their submission.

4.76        Chris Whitaker - 1033

Chris Whitaker, spoke to the submission. He answered questions on cycleway projects, speed limits, the impact of Nelson Regional Development Agency and recommendations to increase mode shift to bikes. 

Attendance: Councillor Rainey left the meeting at 5.44p.m.

Tabled Documents Day 2 Long Term Plan Hearings (9 May 2024)

The following documents were provided on Day 2 in support of the hearing of submissions.

Attachments

1    LTP Hearing Schedule 09May2024

2    6 - Sally Mottram-Dubieniec - Speaking Notes

3    252 - Ali Jamieson - additional information

4    331 - Richard Ussher - Speaking Notes

5    353 - Jill Ford - presentation

6    559 - Harry Pearson speaking notes

7    624 - Douglas Jackson - Olympic Skatepark for Nelson

8    626 - Steve Foster - Speakers' Notes and presentation notes - Nelson Swimming Pools

9    838 - Friends Of the Maitai presentation

10  864 - Cultural Conversions

11  864 - Tanya Nock - Speaking Notes

12  950 - Bianca Farmer - Disability playgrounds

13  950 - Bianca Farmer - Speaking Notes

14  975 - Andrew Paul Kenton submission and notes

15  1027 - Ed Shuttleworth - LTP Nelson Sport Tasman

16  1246 - Daniel Levy - Speaking Notes

17  1422 -  Bill Dahlberg - LTPlan  2024-34 -7 May 2024

18  1490 - Emily Osbourne - Parents for Active Transport, Atawhai

19  1500 Tony Haddon - Speaking Notes

 

The meeting was adjourned at 5.47p.m. and reconvened at 9.00a.m. on Friday 10 May 2024.

 


 

 

Minutes of a meeting of the

Nelson City Council

Te Kaunihera o Whakatū

Reconvened in the Council Chamber, Floor 2A, Civic House, 110 Trafalgar Street, Nelson on Friday 10 May 2024, commencing at 9.00a.m. to hear submissions to draft Long Term Plan 2024-2034

 

Present:              His Worship the Mayor N Smith (Chairperson), Councillors M Anderson, T Brand, M Courtney, J Hodgson, R O'Neill-Stevens (Deputy Mayor), P Rainey, C Rollo, R Sanson, T Skinner and A Stallard

In Attendance:    Group Manager Environmental Management (M Bishop), Group Manager Community Services (A White), Group Manager Corporate Services (N Harrison), Group Manager Strategy and Communications (N McDonald), Acting Group Manager Infrastructure (D Light), Senior Governance Adviser (A Andrews), Governance Adviser (A Bryce) and Assistant Governance Adviser (M Taylor)

Apologies :          Councillors Kahu Paki Paki and Matthew Benge

 

Karakia and Mihi Timatanga

9.       Apologies

An apology was received from Councillors Benge and Paki Paki.

Resolved CL/2024/098

 

That the Council

1.        Receives and accepts the apologies from Councillors Benge and Paki Paki.

His Worship the Mayor                                                                  Carried

 

10.     Confirmation of Order of Business

An updated hearing schedule was tabled.

 

11.     Interests

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

4.       Hearing of submissions on the Long Term Plan 2024-2034 Consultation Document and related consultations (Agenda Item 4 continued)

Document number R28392, agenda pages 3 - 899 refer.

4.77        Rachel Boyack - MP for Nelson - 1091

MP for Nelson, Rachel Boyack, spoke to her submission (tabled). She answered questions on the proposed new Nelson Hospital.

4.78        Kevin Newton - RPC10 – Did not arrive.

4.79        Neville Male - 959

Neville Male, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on the city revitalisation project.

4.80        Derek Shaw - 1045

Derek Shaw, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on replantation, pest management and waterways management.

4.81        Joanna Plows - 1070

Joanna Plows, tabled additional information and  tabled speaking notes. She spoke to her submission and answered questions on fluoridation.

4.82        Richard Quentin - 1177

Richard Quentin, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on the mountain bike culture outside of Nelson.

4.83        Graeme Ferrier - 945

Graeme Ferrier, tabled additional information and spoke to his submission. He answered questions on environmental risk, extreme whether events and community reduction targets.

4.84        Gail Collingwood - 679

Gail Collingwood, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on the Sister City relationships.

The meeting adjourned from 10.12a.m. until 10.18a.m. at which time Councillor Skinner left the meeting.

4.85        Sophie Kelly - Nelson Music Festival Trust - 602

Director, Adam Chamber Music Festival, Sophie Kelly, spoke to the submission. She answered questions on event funding and future reporting requirements.

4.86        Nicki Berkett - 24

Nicki Berkett, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on an accessibility playground location and the proposed playground development in Nelson.

4.87        Benjamin Plows-Kolff – 841

Benjamin Plows-Kolff, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on composting.

4.88        Alistair Matthew - 733

Alistair Matthew, spoke to his submission and  tabled speaking notes. He answered questions on financials, mountain bike trail access and lease arrangements.

Attendance: Councillor Skinner joined the meeting at 11.00a.m.

4.89        Nick Kingstone - Whenua Iti Outdoors - 865

Nick Kingstone, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on funding requests to alternative sources.

4.90        Lindsay Wood - Resilienz Ltd - 1482

Lindsay Wood, tabled additional information and provided a presentation (282346696-24687) and spoke to his submission. He answered questions on appropriate climate change responses, noting practical steps needed to be taken to deliver on the climate change response and informed community awareness.

The meeting adjourned from 11.27a.m. until 11.37a.m.

4.91        Jenny Wraight - 591

Jenny Wraight, spoke to her submission and tabled speaking notes.

4.92        Chris Wraight - 592

Chris Wraight, spoke to his submission and  tabled speaking notes. He answered questions on his red zoned home.

 

4.93        Jesse Dickson-Paterson - 867

Jesse Dickson-Paterson, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on his preferred location for the proposed artificial turf, how many he would like to see and his experience with existing artificial turfs.

Attendance: Deputy Mayor O’Neill-Stevens left the meeting at 11.55a.m.

4.94        Vicki Smith - 1040

Vicki Smith, spoke to her submission and  tabled speaking notes. She answered questions on the refinery building, Halifax building and community artworks.

4.95        Richard Popenhagen - 1432

Richard Popenhagen, spoke to his submission and  tabled speaking notes. He answered questions on the eco design services that Nelson City Council previously offered and how important this service was for the community.

4.96        Steve Cross - 941

Steve Cross, provided a presentation (282346696-24686) and spoke to his submission. He answered questions on the Long Term Plan additional infrastructure budget, debt and interest.

4.97        Murray Hewson & Jo Chamberlain - 569 & 570

Attendance: Councillor Skinner left the meeting at 12:15p.m.

Murray Hewson & Jo Chamberlain, provided a presentation (282346696-24688) and tabled speaking notes.

The meeting adjourned from 12.30p.m. until 1.14p.m. at which time Councillors O’Neill-Stevens, Rainey and Skinner were not present.

4.98        Ben Clark - 639

Ben Clark, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on the Nelson Surf Lifesaving facility and location.

4.99        Aaron Adcock and Garry Adcock - Toi Toi Grove Limited - 537 &
DCC6

Aaron Adcock and Garry Adcock, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on housing on the Toi Toi Grove subdivision and roading.

Attendance: Councillor Rainey joined the meeting at 1.22p.m.

4.100     Aaron Adcock and Garry Adcock - Kohatu Park - 604 & 862

Aaron Adcock and Garry Adcock, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on funding and public perception of projects.

4.101     Gael Gordon - 20

Gael Gordon, spoke to her submission. 

Attendance: Councillor Skinner joined the meeting at 1.49p.m.

4.102     Anne Rush and Tracy Allan - Make/Shift Spaces - 872

Anne Rush and Tracy Allan, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on funding and sport facilities.

4.103     Emily Jones - Nelson South Swim Club - 1175

Emily Jones, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on pricing at pools.

The meeting adjourned from 2.13p.m. until 2.17p.m.

4.104     Henry Jones & Phoebe Diamond - 1189 & 1469

Henry Jones & Phoebe Diamond, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on Nelson South Swim Club membership fees, their routine and the importance of sport.

4.105     Rob Steel & Jesse Peterson - Kāinga Ora - 944

Senior Development Manager, Rob Steel & Acting Director, Jesse Peterson, spoke to their submission. They answered questions on payment of development contributions, housing intensification and subsidising rubbish collection.

4.106     Harmaan Madon (for Matthew Jackson) - Alimentary Systems – 1475

Harmaan Madon, provided a presentation (282346696-24680) and spoke to his submission. He answered questions on work with mana whenua.

4.107     Glenys MacLellan - 1001

Glenys MacLellan, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on renewable electricity generation.

Extension of Meeting Time

Resolved CL/2024/099

 

That the Council

1.        Extends the meeting time beyond six hours, pursuant to Standing Order 4.2.

Sanson/Rollo                                                                                Carried

4.108     Peta Spooner - The Wakatu Dance Theatre Trust - 896

Peta Spooner, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on funding, communication with council staff, safety and their facility.  

4.109     Debs Martin - The Nature Conservancy/Kotahitanga mo te Taiao Alliance – 899

Programme Manager, Kotahitanga mo te Taiao Alliance, Debs Martin, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on funding.

4.110     Zola Rose - Common Ground - 675

Zola Rose, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on opportunities for affordable housing.

The meeting adjourned from 3.31p.m. until 3.36p.m.

4.111     Faye Wulff - Community Art Works - 1269

Faye Wulff, spoke to her submission and  tabled speaking notes. She answered questions on facility, funding, safety and building options.

4.112     Leigh Manson and Shane Graham - Te Tau Ihu Community Development Agency - 1448

Project Lead, Te Tau Ihu Community Development Agency - Leigh Manson and Penny Molnar, spoke to their submission. 

Attendance: Deputy Mayor O’Neill-Stevens returned to the meeting at 4.03p.m.  

4.113     Richard Brudvik-Lindner – 982

Richard Brudvik-Lindner, spoke to his submission. He answered questions on rates increases and civic investment.

4.114     Joanna Santa-Barbara - Nelson Tasman Climate Forum - 1494

Joanna Santa-Barbara, spoke to her submission. She answered questions on emissions management.

Tabled Documents Day 3 Long Term Plan Hearings (10 May 2024)

The following documents were provided on Day 3 in support of the hearing of submissions.

 

Attachments

1    LTP Hearing Schedule 10May2024

2    569 - Jo Chamberlain - NCC Presentation

3    569&570 - Murray Hewson and Jo Chamberlain - Speaking Notes

4    591 - Jenny Wraight - Speaking Notes

5    592 - Chris Wraight - Speaking Notes

6    733 - Alistair Matthew.- Speaking Notes

7    941 - Steve Cross - 2024 LTP

8    945 - Graeme Ferrer - Speaking Notes

9    1040 - Vicki Smith - Speaking Notes

10  1070 - Joanna Plows – Additional information

11  1070 - Joanna Plows - Speaking Notes

12  1091 - Rachel Boyack - Speaking Notes

13  1269 - Faye Wolff - Speaking Notes

14  1432 - Richard Popenhagen -  Speaking Notes

15  1475 - Harmaan Madin - Alimentary Systems

16  1482 - Lindsay Wood - Notes

17  1482 - Lindsay Wood - Presentation

 

Karakia Whakamutanga

There being no further business the meeting ended at 4.43p.m

Confirmed as a correct record of proceedings by resolution on 23 May 2024.

 

Recommendation

 

That the Council

1.     Confirms the minutes of the meeting of the Council, held on 08 May 2024 as a true and correct record.