Strategy and Infrastructure Committee

Open Agenda

 

Meeting Date:

Tuesday 29 May 2018

Time:

3pm

Venue:

Council Chambers,
Hawke's Bay Regional Council,
159 Dalton Street,
Napier

 

 

Committee Members

Mayor Dalton, Councillor Price (In the Chair), Councillors Boag, Brosnan, Dallimore, Hague, Jeffery, McGrath, Tapine, Taylor, White, Wise and Wright

Officers Responsible

Director City Strategy, Director City Infrastructure

Administration

Governance Team

 

Next Strategy and Infrastructure Committee Meeting

Tuesday 10 July 2018

 

 


Strategy and Infrastructure Committee - 29 May 2018 - Open Agenda

ORDER OF BUSINESS

Apologies

Nil

Conflicts of interest

Public forum

Nil

Announcements by the Mayor

Announcements by the Chairperson

Announcements by the management

Confirmation of minutes

That the Minutes of the Strategy and Infrastructure Committee meeting held on Tuesday, 6 March 2018 be taken as a true and accurate record of the meeting........................................................................ 10

Notification and justification of matters of extraordinary business

(Strictly for information and/or referral purposes only).

Agenda items

1      Hawke's Bay Airport Limited - Director............................................................................ 3

2      Te Komiti Muriwai O Te Whanga (Ahuriri Estuary Committee)........................................ 4

3      Heritage Improvement Fund - Progress Update.............................................................. 7

Public Excluded

Nil  


Strategy and Infrastructure Committee - 29 May 2018 - Open Agenda                                                                                                                       Item 1

Agenda Items

1.    Hawke's Bay Airport Limited - Director

Type of Report:

Legal

Legal Reference:

Local Government Act 2002

Document ID:

473345

Reporting Officer/s & Unit:

Adele Henderson, Director Corporate Services

 

1.1   Purpose of Report

To endorse the reappointment of Tony Porter as director to Hawke’s Bay Airport Limited (HBAL).

 

Officer’s Recommendation

The Strategy and Infrastructure Committee:

a.     Approve the reappointment of Tony Porter as Director to Hawke’s Bay Airport Limited for a further term of two (2) years until 30 June 2020.

 

Chairperson’s Recommendation

That Council resolve that the officer’s recommendation be adopted.

1.2   Background Summary

The appointment of a director to Hawke’s Bay Airport Limited, a Council Control Organisation (CCO) requires Council approval and a letter sent to Hawke’s Bay Airport Limited stating that approval.  Mr Porter has informed the Chief Executive that he would be happy to be reappointed for a further term of two years.

1.3   Issues

N/A

1.4   Significance and Engagement

N/A

1.5   Implications

Financial

N/A

Social & Policy

N/A

Risk

N/A

1.6   Attachments

Nil


Strategy and Infrastructure Committee - 29 May 2018 - Open Agenda                                                                                                                       Item 2

2.    Te Komiti Muriwai O Te Whanga (Ahuriri Estuary Committee)

Type of Report:

Legal and Operational

Legal Reference:

Draft Ahuriri Hapū Claims Settlement Legislation

Document ID:

467265

Reporting Officer/s & Unit:

Kim Anstey, Planner Policy/Analyst

Richard Munneke, Director City Strategy

 

2.1   Purpose of Report

The purpose of this report is to update Council on details of the Ahuriri Hapū Claims Settlement Bill that establishes the Te Komiti Muriwai o Te Whanga (the Ahuriri Estuary Committee) and for Council to appoint a Councillor to represent Napier City Council on Te Komiti.

 

Officer’s Recommendation

The Strategy and Infrastructure Committee:

a.     Note the draft provisions for the establishment and administration of the Te Komiti o Te Whanga as provided for in the Ahuriri Hapū Claims Settlement Bill

 

b.     Appoint Councillor Claire Hague to Te Komiti Muriwai of Te Whanga as the Napier City Council Representative.

 

 

Chairperson’s Recommendation

That the Council resolve that the officer’s recommendation be adopted.

2.2   Background Summary

The Ahuriri Claim

The Ahuriri Hapū Claims Settlement Bill addresses all of the historical claims of the seven Ahuriri Hapū.  The seven Ahuriri Hapū are Ngāti Hinepari, Ngāti Māhu, Ngāti Matepū, Ngāti Pārau (which includes Ngāi Tahu Ahi), Ngāi Tāwhao, Ngāti Tū and Ngāi Te Ruruku. The claims are significant and include widespread land loss through early land purchasing of the Ahuriri block in 1851, the Crowns acquisition of Te Whanganui-ā-Orotu and the effects of native land laws and social and economic developments which led to poverty within the iwi.

In 2010, the Crown recognised the mandate of Mana Ahuriri Incorporated to represent Ahuriri Hapū in Treaty Settlement negotiations. An agreement in principle was signed in 2013 and a Deed of Settlement signed in November 2016.  The next stage in the process is for Parliament to pass the draft Ahuriri Hapū Claims Settlement Bill to confirm that the settlement is final and legally binding.

Te Komiti Murawai o Te Whanga

A unique aspect of the Ahuriri Hapū Claims Settlement Bill is that it provides for the establishment of the Te Komiti Muriwai o Te Whanga (Ahuriri Estuary Committee).   The komiti is a permanent, standalone, multiparty statutory body that includes Mana Ahuriri Trust (which will hold the permanent chair position and four seats), Department of Conservation, HBRC, HDC and NCC (one seat each). 

The purpose of the komiti is to promote the protection and enhancement of the environmental, economic, social, spiritual and historical values of Te Muriwai o Te Whanga (Ahuriri Esturary).  The komiti will provide guidance and coordination in the management of the Estuary to local authorities and crown agencies under a co-management structure. The komiti is required to prepare Te Murawai o Te Whanga Plan (Estuary Management Plan) within 3 years.  The statutory weighting of this plan is that Council documents prepared under the RMA (i.e. the District Plan) will need to ‘have regard to’ the Murawai o Te Whanga plan.

2.3   Issues

The Ahuriri Deed of Settlement ensures that the Council is operating in the framework of partnership.  Council is required to enact its responsibilities set out in the Deed of Settlement which have been agreed on by the Crown and respective iwi/hapu within our District.

2.4   Significance and Engagement

The Ahuriri Hapū Claims Settlement Bill is a highly significant piece of legislation in that it sets the framework for the development of a new statutory plan for the region. Until now, development of the settlement has been between Mana Ahuriri Incorporated and the Crown.  However, on passing of the Settlement Bill a new plan for engagement will be established for the development of the Te Muriwai of Te Whanga (Estuary Management Plan).

2.5   Implications

Financial

The settlement legislation appoints Napier City Council to the role of administrative support of the komiti.  On the settlement date, the Crown will provide $100,000 to Napier City Council for the initial operation of the komiti; and the preparation and approval of the first Te Muriwai o Te Whanga Plan.  Napier City Council is also required to:

a.     hold funds on behalf of the komiti; and

b.     account for those funds in a separate and identifiable manner; and

c.     expend those funds as directed by the komiti.

 

Technical support for the komiti will be provided by relevant staff of the local authorities and crown agencies appointed as co-managers (HBRC, HDC, NCC and DOC), to the extent that it is reasonably practicable.  This work will be resourced and managed within existing operational budgets wherever possible.

Social & Policy

The establishment of the komiti and its associated work programme will provide the legal framework for co-management of the Estuary in partnership with the Crown and local government. Co-management structures provide recognition of Māori rangatiratanga (indigenous constitutional authority) over local taonga. This recognises Māori customary rights to natural resources as guaranteed by Article 2 of the Treaty of Waitangi.

Risk

A statutory timeframe has been set for the preparation of the Estuary Management Plan.  Napier City Council as administrative support will have a responsibility to ensure this timeframe is achieved.

2.6   Options

The only option available to Council in this instance is to decide on an appropriate appointment to Te Komiti Murawai o te Whanga.  Membership of the komiti provides Council with the valuable opportunity to work collaboratively with tangata whenua and other agencies. The member will be in a position to inform the group of Council’s position on matters relating to the Estuary and act as a conduit for feeding information back to Council. In making an appointment, Council must be satisfied that the person appointed has the mana, skills, knowledge and experience to participate effectively and that these skills are balanced with the remaining members of the komiti to achieve its purpose and function.

2.7   Development of Preferred Option

The Mayor has indicated that an appropriate representative to Te Komiti would be Councillor Hague and this forms the basis of the Officer’s recommendation.

 

2.8   Attachments

Nil


Strategy and Infrastructure Committee - 29 May 2018 - Open Agenda                                                                                                                       Item 3

3.    Heritage Improvement Fund - Progress Update

Type of Report:

Operational

Legal Reference:

N/A

Document ID:

470588

Reporting Officer/s & Unit:

Fleur Lincoln, Strategic Planning Lead

 

3.1   Purpose of Report

The purpose of the report is to update Council on the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund’s first year of operation, and to seek a resolution of Council to allocate funds towards the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund for a further 3 years.

 

Officer’s Recommendation

The Strategy and Infrastructure Committee:

a.     Resolve that Napier City Council allocate $20,000 to the Art Deco Trust each year for a further 3 years (from the 2018/19 financial year through to the 2020/2021 financial year) to contribute to the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund.

 

 

Mayor’s/Chairperson’s Recommendation

That the Council resolve that the officer’s recommendation be adopted.

3.2   Background Summary

On the 31st May 2017, Council’s Strategy and Infrastructure Committee recommended to disestablish the Council’s Heritage Improvement Grant of $10,000, and to allocate these funds, plus an additional $10,000 to the Art Deco Trust to contribute toward the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund for the 2017/2018 financial year. This recommendation was adopted by Council on the 28th June 2017.

It is now approaching one year since this allocation was made and the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund was established. It is timely to review the Funds performance and consider whether this arrangement should be extended for a further period of time.

The Fund was publicly launched in November 2017, with the first funding round being awarded in March 2018. Successful recipients included the owners of the Criterion and Market Reserve Buildings, who were awarded $10,000 toward the repaint project, and the owners of the Hildebrandt’s Building, who were awarded $3000. One applicant was unsuccessful due to the inclusion of inappropriate caricatures on the building’s façade. Funding round two closes in early June 2018, while a third funding round closes in September of this year.

In addition to the funds contributed by Napier City Council and the Art Deco Trust, a further $15,000 has been donated to the fund from members of the public. This is expected to grow. Although the fund is typically not open to retrospective applications, some allowance has been made during this transitional phase.

Applications are initially assessed by the Heritage Working Group, consisting of Shane Gorst, Ann Galloway, Guy Marriage, Barbara Arnott, David Low, and Michael Fowler. Recommendations are then made to the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund Committee consisting Shane Gorst, Councillor Tania Wright, and a NCC representative (currently Fleur Lincoln).

3.3   Issues

There have been no issues experienced as a result of this change in administration. The only concern is that only one funding round has been completed so far, limiting the basis by which Council can consider extending this arrangement.

The application consideration process appears to run smoothly, and Napier City Council is involved in making the final decision to award monies. The Fund has been well-received by the public, and there continues to be a positive relationship between the Art Deco Trust and Napier City Council.

3.4   Significance and Engagement

N/A

3.5   Implications

Financial

A fund of $20,000 will be allocated to some form of Council Heritage Fund on an ongoing basis. Unless Council decides to increase this allocation, there are no financial implications as a result of allocating these funds to the Art Deco Trust for a further three years.

Social & Policy

A Heritage Strategy is currently being prepared, which will consider the various incentives to support heritage preservation in Napier. Should the Committee recommend the extension of this allocation for a further three years, this amount will be guaranteed for this period of time, regardless of Heritage Strategy recommendations.

Risk

Risks associated with the extension of this arrangement for a further three years are negligible.

3.6   Options

The options available to Council are as follows:

a.     Allocate $20,000 per annum from Council’s heritage fund to the Art Deco Trust for the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund for the next three years (2018/19 – 2020 – 2021).

b.     Allocate $20,000 to the Art Deco Trust for the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund for one further year (2018/2019), and then reassess.

c.     Reinstate Napier City Council’s Heritage Improvement Grant and do not allocate any funds toward the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund.

3.7   Development of Preferred Option

The Officer’s preferred option is Option (a) above. A guaranteed three year period over which Council will allocate at least $20,000 per annum toward the Robert McGregor Heritage Fund will enable the Fund Committee, Heritage Working Group, and partner organisations to make strategic decisions in terms of total funds allocated, and which buildings will be targeted. This term will give the Trust and any potential sponsors certainty as to the Fund’s continued existence. A one year extension of this arrangement does not.

 

There is no benefit in re-establishing Napier City Council’s Heritage Improvement Fund. It will serve only to confuse the public and may potentially damage the Council’s relationship with the Art Deco Trust and the heritage and building owner community.

 

3.8   Attachments

Nil       


Strategy and Infrastructure Committee - 29 May 2018 - Open Agenda

 

 

Strategy and Infrastructure Committee

Open Minutes

 

Meeting Date:

Tuesday 6 March 2018

Time:

3pm – 4.03pm

Venue

Council Chambers
Hawke's Bay Regional Council
159 Dalton Street
Napier

 

 

Present

Mayor Dalton, Councillors Price (In the Chair), Councillors Boag, Brosnan, Hague, Jeffery, McGrath, Tapine, Taylor, White, Wise and Wright

In Attendance

Chief Executive Officer, Director Corporate Services, Director Infrastructure Services, Director City Services, Director City Strategy, Manager Community Strategies, Team Leader Policy Planning, Communications Specialist, Māori Strategic Advisor

Administration

Governance Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apologies

Councillors Wright / Brosnan

That the apology from Councillor Dallimore be accepted.

 

Carried

 

Conflicts of interest

Nil

Public forum

Guy Natusch – Item 1 Name of the Conference Centre Building

Mr Natusch, as the original architect of the building in question, spoke to its history and advised that the name he wished to be considered was ‘War Memorial Centre’. He would be happy for ‘community events and conferences’ to be noted below.

 

He stated that he could not support any of the names proposed by Council and requested that conferences not take precedence over the war memorial function of the building. The community centre aspect was a requirement for the building to be eligible for government funding when first built, but the primary purpose of the building was intended as a memorial. 

 

Mr Natusch tabled his speaking notes, shown at Appendix One.

 

Craig Morley – Item 1 Name of the Conference Centre Building

Speaking as a Napier resident and an ex member of the Royal New Zealand Air Force, Mr Morley advised that he attended all of the public meetings on the War Memorial and noted that the two proposed names were not raised or discussed at the public meetings. At the public meeting held at the Napier RSA the majority of attendees voted to reinstate the name ‘War Memorial Centre’.

 

Mr Morley stated that ‘War Memorial Centre’ should be in large font and any other uses, i.e. community events or conferences, should be in smaller font and positioned below. He asked that Napier City Council refer to the Memorial Trust Guidelines and the 2010 ICOMOS New Zealand Charter for the Conservation of Places of Cultural Heritage Value (tabled at the meeting, shown as Appendix Two).

 

Following questions from Councillors, Mr Morley clarified that Taradale RSA did not move any motion to reinstate the name ‘War Memorial Centre’ at the public meeting held in Taradale.

 

Alan Rhodes – Item 1 Name of the Conference Centre Building

Mr Rhodes noted that he has previously addressed Council on the issue of the War Memorial, the first time being 10 months ago. He advised that as 80% of the original building cost was paid for by public donation and subsidy, he believed the whole site should be returned to memory.

 

Mr Rhodes stated that Councillors, as caretakers of the site, had no right to commercialise the memorial and he felt that the community was looking for an apology from Council.

 

He noted that the recommendations put forward in the item to this committee have not been consulted on and reiterated that Councillors need to listen to the public and return Napier’s Memorial.

 

John Purcell – Item 2 Name of the Conference Centre Building

Mr Purcell introduced himself as President of the Napier RSA and a past member of the Senior Service. He confirmed that the Napier RSA resolved at their AGM on Sunday 25th June 2017 to reinstate the name ‘Napier War Memorial Centre’. The Napier RSA membership also requested at this meeting that the eternal flame and roll of honour be returned to the original site, noting however that if this was not practical that any new site being considered should be situated on the Marine Parade. 

 

Prompted by questions from Councillors, Mr Purcell noted that his members preferred the name “Napier War Memorial Centre’ with other building uses noted below the main title.

This was followed by a general discussion around the history and iterations of the building name.

 

Announcements by the Mayor

Nil

Announcements by the Chairperson

Nil

Announcements by the management

Nil

Confirmation of minutes

Councillors Wright / Brosnan

That the Minutes of the meeting held on 30 January 2018 were taken as a true and accurate record of the meeting.

 

Carried

 

Notification and justification of matters of extraordinary business

(Strictly for information and/or referral purposes only).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Agenda Items

 

1.    Name of the Conference Centre Building

Type of Report:

Procedural

Legal Reference:

N/A

Document ID:

449068

Reporting Officer/s & Unit:

Charles Ropitini, Strategic Maori Advisor

Antoinette Campbell, Director Community Services

1.1   Purpose of Report

To consider the name of the Napier Conference Centre building.

 

At the Meeting

In response to questions from Councillors it was advised that the name the building was rededicated under in 1995 was the ‘Napier War Memorial Centre’, with subtitles relating to its usage. However some records differ on this matter and Officers were directed to confirm the formal name of the building in 1995 to Council at its meeting on 3 April 2018.

During discussion on this item the following points were raised:

·         The Working Party, which drew on input from a variety of external subject matter experts, did not make any recommendation to Council on the naming of the building, as the intent in forming the group was to assist council officers in formulating a paper to bring to Council.

·         The whole Council agreed that reinstating ‘War Memorial’ in the building title would appropriately reflect the building’s history and original intent.

·         There was some debate about the appropriateness of including ‘conference’ in the building name. The Mayor noted that he was certainly not against having ‘War Memorial’ in the title but that it was also important to incorporate the word ‘conference’ so that the current primary function of the facility is recognised and can be used in the branding.

·         Dissenting views noted that the formal name and the branding are two different things, and it was felt by some Councillors that excluding the word ‘conference’ from the formal name would not affect bookings or online search results.

·         It was further noted that while it was understood that commercial activity is undertaken in the building, that this should not be the primary focus.

·         It was noted that the building was established as a conference centre by a previous Council in 1995. The renovations in 2016 were intended to ensure the building was then fit for this purpose.

·         The preferred option of those members of the public who have spoken to Council appears to be ‘Napier War Memorial Centre’. Councillors were encouraged to seek a wide range of views from the community prior to the final decision of Council.

·         It was hoped that, moving forward, both history and contemporary use could be embraced in the building.

·         It was noted that, should a name change be ratified by Council, there would be associated costs to rebranding the building and any collateral associated with conferences and events. Council officers were requested to provide the anticipated costs of rebranding to Council at its meeting on 3 April 2018.

During the discussion, Councillor Wise moved a substitute motion to the Officer’s recommendation which, following a small amendment specifying the time frame by which design concepts should be brought to Council, became the substantive motion. 

Officer’s Recommendation

That Council

 

a.    Rename the conference centre building to War Memorial Napier Conference Centre.

Substitute Motion

Councillors Wise / White

 

That Council

 

a.     Reinstates the words ‘War Memorial’ to the currently named Napier Conference Centre, the name becoming ‘Napier War Memorial Centre’.

 

b.    Resolve the building branding, including signage, forms part of the War Memorial design concepts being brought to Council later this year.

Amendment

Councillors Brosnan / Wise

 

That Council

 

a.    Reinstates the words ‘War Memorial’ to the currently named Napier Conference Centre, the name becoming ‘Napier War Memorial Centre’.

 

b.    Resolve the building branding, including signage, forms part of the War Memorial design concepts being brought to Council in June 2018.

Committee’s recommendation

Councillors Brosnan / Wise

That Council

 

a.    Reinstates the words ‘War Memorial’ to the currently named Napier Conference Centre, the name becoming ‘Napier War Memorial Centre’.

 

b.    Resolve the building branding, including signage, forms part of the War Memorial design concepts being brought to Council in June 2018.

 

Mayor Dalton against

Carried

 

2.    Coastal Hazards Strategy

Type of Report:

Enter Significance of Report

Legal Reference:

Enter Legal Reference

Document ID:

449684

Reporting Officer/s & Unit:

Dean Moriarity, Team Leader Policy Planning

Caroline Thomson, Chief Financial Officer

 

2.1   Purpose of Report

To receive and consider the Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Hazards Strategy - Joint Committee’s (the Joint Committee) recommendation, on the final report of the Northern and Southern Cell Assessment Panels.

 

At the Meeting

In discussion Councillors noted the following:

·         All assessment panel members for the Northern Cell have signed the recommendation put to the committee;

·         A thorough and robust process has been followed to identify the preferred pathways, using state of the art methodology;

·         The questions raised by Councillor Dallimore via email prior to the meeting relate to Stage 4 which will not commence until July.

·         Representatives of the Northern and Southern panels will be presenting to Council at the meeting on 3 April 2018.

Committee's recommendation

Councillors Brosnan / Wright

That Council

 

a.     Receive the draft minutes of the Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Joint Committee 20 February 2018,

b.     Endorse the Report of the Northern and Southern Cell Assessment Panels and adopt the recommendations of this report,

c.     Agree to commence Stage 4 (Implementation) of the Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Hazards Strategy 2120, and

d.     Consider any funding implications during the Long Term Plan process. 

Carried

 

 

 

 

 

3.    Traffic Safety Improvements - Jervoistown

Type of Report:

Operational

Legal Reference:

N/A

Document ID:

448099

Reporting Officer/s & Unit:

Robin Malley, Team Leader Transportation

 

3.1   Purpose of Report

To provide an update to Council on the consultation process undertaken with the Jervoistown community regarding road safety issues; and to recommend the installation of traffic calming features on Jervois Road and Napier Street in response.

 

At the Meeting

In discussion it was noted that Council officers have consulted and worked closely with the Jervoistown community on this issue.

The recommendation is intended to slow traffic and reduce driving speeds through this suburb without adversely affecting the residents’ rural outlook.

It was noted that should speeds increase again in future then further action may be required by Council.

Committee's recommendation

Councillors Taylor / Wright

That Council

 

a.     Notes the results of engagement with the Jervoistown community

b.     Approves the installation of a series of traffic calming features on Jervois Road and Napier Street.

 

Carried

 

 

4.    20 & 21 Chambers Street, land legalisation - land to be declared road

Type of Report:

Legal

Legal Reference:

Public Works Act 1981

Document ID:

448863

Reporting Officer/s & Unit:

Bryan Faulknor, Manager Property

Jenny Martin, Property and Facilities Officer

 

4.1   Purpose of Report

To obtain a formal declaration from Council under Section 114 of the Public Works Act 1981 that the land in question be declared road.

 

At the Meeting

There was no discussion on this item.

Committee's recommendation

Councillors Wise / Brosnan

a.     That Council resolve to re-approve, under Section 114 of the Public Works Act 1981, to declare the land in the Schedule below to be road.

 

Schedule

 

Hawkes Bay Land District – Napier City

 

 

Area

Legal Description

Part of Certificate of Title

0.0053 ha

Section 1 SO Plan 511878

HB A3/562

0.0122 ha

Section 3 SO Plan 511878

Proc 179673, HB W3/362

 

 

Carried

    

 PUBLIC EXCLUDED ITEMS

 

Councillors White / Boag

That the public be excluded from the following parts of the proceedings of this meeting, namely:

1.         Reappointment of Chair to Hawke's Bay Museums Trust

2.         Council Projects Fund - Application

 

Carried

 

The general subject of each matter to be considered while the public was excluded, the reasons 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 were as follows:

General subject of each matter to be considered.

Reason for passing this resolution in relation to each matter.

Ground(s) under section 48(1) to the passing of this resolution.

1.  Reappointment of Chair to Hawke's Bay Museums Trust

7(2)(a) Protect the privacy of natural persons, including that of a deceased person

48(1)A That the public conduct of the whole or the relevant part of the proceedings of the meeting would be likely to result in the disclosure of information for which good reason for withholding would exist:
(i) Where the local authority is named or specified in Schedule 1 of this Act, under Section 6 or 7  (except 7(2)(f)(i)) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987.

2.  Council Projects Fund - Application

7(2)(i) Enable the local authority to carry on, without prejudice or disadvantage, negotiations (including commercial and industrial negotiations)

48(1)A That the public conduct of the whole or the relevant part of the proceedings of the meeting would be likely to result in the disclosure of information for which good reason for withholding would exist:
(i) Where the local authority is named or specified in Schedule 1 of this Act, under Section 6 or 7  (except 7(2)(f)(i)) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987.

 

The meeting moved into committee at 4.03pm.

 

Approved and adopted as a true and accurate record of the meeting.

 

 

Chairperson .............................................................................................................................

 

 

Date of approval ......................................................................................................................

 


 

Appendix One

 

 

 

 


 

Appendix Two