[10] The 2016 mayoral election was won by Labour MP Phil Goff, who had a landslide victory over his nearest rivals, Victoria Crone and future Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick.[11]. Compared to this, the editorial argued, the fact that McKay was to be paid three times the salary of the Prime Minister, had no local government or non-profit experience and was selected by an unelected transition authority, were all to be expected, seeing the lead-up to the new Council. [7][8] The council began operating on 1 November 2010, combining the functions of the previous regional council and the region's seven city and district councils into one "super council" or "super city". Auckland Council has declared a climate emergency after a meeting that had young Aucklanders front and centre pushing for the move. Others pointed to the fact that a previous integration of the many much smaller Borough Councils did not bring the promised advantages either, and reduced local participation in politics,[13] with editorialists pointing out that the (supposedly mainly Wellingtonian) proponents of the 'super city' have carefully not made any promises of savings in light of past rises in rates and utilities bills.[14]. The mayor of Auckland Phil Goff and councillors Bill Cashmore and Tracy Mulholland Goff recently conceded the council could have done better … Auckland Council is taking another step forward in its advocacy to central government for law changes to ban the private sale and use of fireworks. [61] The main Herald editorials noted that the CCO concept introduced "undemocratic elements" in a number of ways, and "could not stand". [54], Auckland Council rates combine the rates of the various amalgamated local councils and the Auckland Regional Council rates. He said increasing taxes such as rates in a recession makes a recession deeper and that was the wrong thing […] [63][66], The main proponents of the CCO system, Prime Minister John Key, Local Government Minister Rodney Hide and Transport Minister Steven Joyce, remained adamant about the introduction (and the appropriateness) of the system. [citation needed] Local Government Minister Rodney Hide, in the opinion of The New Zealand Herald, ignored concerns about the "powerlessness" of the local boards. 24F Auckland Council should consider creating an Urban Development Agency, to operate at the direction of the Auckland Council, with compulsory acquisition powers. Report a problem. The 54-year-old was selected ahead of 27 other candidates, which apparently included several existing council chief executives. They also noted that saddling the super city with this system would be the most serious handicap, and a recipe for a "frustrated and disappointed citizenry". Editorialist Brian Rudman accused the Local Government Commission of attempted gerrymandering in its draft proposal for one particular ward. He chaired the transport committee of Auckland Council for a number of years, and sat on the board of Auckland … The criticism ranged from the wards being too big (and thus throwing together communities with few common interests), to some ward boundary lines being drawn against the local understanding of what constituted their community. [59] Politicians such as Rodney Hide answered that inclusion is necessary to allow a regional approach to the wider interests of the region, and that tangible benefits would ensue for all of Auckland's communities. [4], More serious criticism was centred around the fact that urban wards contained significantly more people than some rural wards (and thus received less influence in the future Council per person) and in regards to the small number of Councillors for all of Auckland (with fewer Councillors per head than Aucklanders have MPs representing them in Parliament),[60] and the institution of two-member wards (meaning that contenders would have to field much larger and more costly election campaigns). [9] Brown was re-elected in October 2013, again with a largely supportive council. As set out in the third bill establishing the future Auckland Council, major functions (such as transport, water services and Auckland waterfront development) were to be devolved into council-controlled organisations (CCOs) controlled by unelected boards, operating at "arm's length" from Council. Please view each of the sections below for further information: Councillor Neil Simpson. Some critics have noted that this spatial plan will need years to develop and CCOs would fill the policy vacuum in the meantime. Decision-making for the governing body's areas of oversight is done by committees, a few of which consist of the whole governing body, and most of which consist of a chairperson appointed by the mayor and a subset of the governing body members. [24], The mayor has significant executive powers, their own staff and the ability to appoint the chairpersons of the Council's committees. 22D The Auckland Council should ensure that each local council has adequate structures in place to enable proper engagement with Māori and consideration of their views in the local councils’ decision-making processes. 28A The Auckland Council should work closely with consumers, the industry, and central government agencies to develop a. For the 2011–2012 year, ratepayers are being charged the same rate as before the amalgamation, plus a 3.94% increase, with Council noting that they had achieved a much lower rates increase than originally foreseen. Waiata Rameka-Tupe with the dead New Zealand sea turtle named Tama Kahurangi, which had a stomach full of plastic, at packed Auckland Council meeting. [47], After the first round of plan development and public consultation, the draft plan was launched mid-2011. 22B There should be a Mana Whenua Forum, the members of which will be appointed by mana whenua from the district of the Auckland Council. [81] On 18 July, the Free Speech Coalition filed legal proceedings against Mayor Goff and the Auckland Council after a failed attempt to broker a deal with Goff and the Council to reinstate Southern and Molyneux's speaking event. The council voted to approve the Emergency Budget in July. [2] The governing body consists of a mayor and 20 councillors, elected from 13 wards. [31] The following council, according to preliminary election results, will take office in October 2019: Alexis Poppelbaum (Backing the Bays) – East Coast Bays, Gary Holmes (Backing the Bays) – East Coast Bays, Victoria Short (Independent) – East Coast Bays, Janet Fitzgerald (Positively Penlink) – Hibiscus Coast, Chair Gary Brown (Coast People and Penlink First) – Hibiscus Coast, Andy Dunn (Coast People and Penlink First) – Hibiscus Coast, Leanne Willis (Coast People and Penlink First) – Hibiscus Coast, Rachel Langton (C&R Communities and Residents) – Maungawhau, Lee Corrick (C&R Communities and Residents) – Maungawhau, Kendyl Smith (C&R Communities and Residents) – Maungawhau, Chair Margi Watson (City Vision) – Owairaka, Christina Robertson (City Vision) – Owairaka, Fiona Lai (C&R Communities and Residents), Chair Harry Doig (Roskill Community Voice), Chair Andy Baker (Team Franklin) – Pukekohe, Amanda Kinzett (Team Franklin) – Pukekohe, Angela Fulljames (Team Franklin) – Wairoa, Sharlene Druyven (Team Franklin) – Waiuku, Chair Adele White (weknowhowick - Howick), Chair Brent Catchpole (Papakura Action Team), Danielle Hancock (Rodney First – Warkworth), Beth Houlbrooke (Rodney First – Warkworth), Auckland Council has five substantive CCOs and a number of smaller ones. There are also 149 members of 21 local boards who make decisions on matters local to their communities. The Auckland Council should determine the extent to which responsibilities for the delivery of stormwater services are shared between local councils and. [72], The Sunday Star-Times noted in an editorial that "we'll merely end up trading in political dysfunction for a quasi-commercial dysfunction forced on us by the National-led government. The elections were the third since the merger of seven councils into the Auckland Council, which is composed of the mayor and 20 councillors, and 149 members of 21 local boards. [25][26] However, when the Minister for the Rugby World Cup, Murray McCully, took control of the Rugby World Cup fan area on the Auckland waterfront in 2011 without first notifying mayor Len Brown,[27] columnist John Armstrong declared the myth finished. The Auckland Regional Council was formed in 1989, replacing the Auckland Regional Authority. Commentators noted that one of the strongest discrepancies between Auckland Council's vision for Auckland and that of the John Key-led Wellington government was that the draft Auckland Plan envisaged a more contained growth (combatting sprawl by having 75% of population growth occur in existing settlement areas), while National is more favourable of relaxing constraints on new greenfields development. There are also 149 members of 21 local boards who make decisions on matters local to their communities. Including the under construction City Rail Link, these two transformations are costed at approximately $5.5 billion over 20 years. To ask for help or report a problem with our services or facilities, contact us. Elected Members' Expense Policy. The first Long Term Council Community Plan (LTCCP), the longer-term financial budget of the city, will not be produced until July 2012. It is a territorial authority that has the responsibilities, duties and powers of a regional council and so is a unitary authority, according to the Local Government (Auckland Council) Act 2009, which established the Council. Twenty-one district health board members and 41 licensing trust members were also elected. However, it later became clear that instead, the city's new Māori Statutory Board, appointed by the Maori Affairs Department, would receive "broadly ordained powers". [56], Some aspects of the reorganisation were contentious, such as whether all of the Auckland Region should be integrated into the super city, and whether the new structure allowed sufficient local democracy. Numerous residents of and (to some degree) the councils of the Franklin and Rodney Districts opposed their inclusion in the new supercity, and instead campaigned for retention of their councils, or inclusion with other, more rural-focused councils in the north (such as merging the areas north of Puhoi with the Kaipara District area) or the south. [55], As of 2011, 24% of Council's money was spent on "Art services and galleries, events, museums, parks, recreation facilities and the zoo", while 22% was spent on "transport management". The 2016 Auckland local elections took place between September and October 2016 by postal vote. Some recommendations of the Royal Commission which have not been adopted or implemented: The Council was set up by three pieces of legislation, the Local Government (Tamaki Makaurau Reorganisation) Act 2009,[23] the Local Government (Auckland Council) Act 2009[2] and the Local Government (Auckland Transitional Provisions) Act 2010. [57], Critics argued that there was little space for "local" democracy in the new "local government" setup for Auckland, with the proposed "local boards" having little power, such as having no funding or staff of their own, and being forbidden from undertaking numerous government roles, especially where those roles might clash with regional functions such as transport or utilities. Tomorrow morning, Councillors Cathy Casey and Fa’anana Efeso Collins will be speaking to the Governance and Administration select committee in Wellington. Where appropriate, current structures and/or memoranda of understanding should be transferred to local councils. 26I Watercare Services Limited should be required by legislation to promote demand management. 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Auckland Council is looking to cut an estimated 500 fulltime equivalent roles to help hit the $120m saving target, on top of the 600 temporary and contract workers who've already been let go. ... A final proposal would go to councillors in June and the new budget would come into effect for Auckland Council rates from July 1. Auckland Council (Māori: Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau) is the local government council for the Auckland Region in New Zealand. Auckland mayor Phil Goff Photo: RNZ / Dan Cook Councillors have been told the $450 million hole caused by Covid 19 could grow by another $540m, if the border stays closed for two years. The governing body consists of a mayor and 20 councillors, elected from 13 wards. Auckland Council Investments Limited (ACIL), the CCO responsible for non-transport investment assets, manages Council investments worth $2.54 billion, including a 22.4% stake in Auckland Airport worth $1.13 billion, as well as a 100% share of Ports of Auckland Limited worth $1.08 billion, and Auckland Film Studios, worth $8 million (values at May 2014). [50] Until that time, longer-term finances will be decided by the Council, guided by the existing LTCCPs of the subsumed bodies. Rodney Councillor Greg Sayers was one of three Councillors who voted against the increase. 30A The Auckland Council should develop a Regional Waste Management Strategy, including strategies for management of organic waste and integration of waste management with other environmental programmes. In his first term as an Auckland Councillor, Watson worked to reduce Auckland Council's spending and restrict rates increases by restricting the business-class air travel of councillors to health grounds only and voting against the controversial 10 year budget on 25 June 2015, which included a transport levy and 9.95% rates increase. This unelected representation of Māori on committees voting on matters such as transport and infrastructure, as well as the fact that the advisory board requested (and initially received) a $3.4 million yearly budget (called "exorbitant" by some), created significant public concern and debate. These included the right to send one or two delegates, with full voting powers, to any council committee meeting, and dealing with "the management and stewardship of natural and physical resources". Telephone: 01388 665606. ... Auckland Council has finally resolved to abandon the … [12] A variety of often public transport-focused projects like the Northern Busway as well as significant rail and public transport investments were realised through the Auckland Regional Transport Authority, much of it supported by retaining Ports of Auckland in public hands (after the deregulation of the Auckland Harbour Board) to fund the improvements with the dividends. The Auckland Council took over the functions of the Auckland Regional Council and the region's seven city and district councils: Auckland City Council, Manukau City Council, Waitakere City Council, North Shore City Council, Papakura District Council, Rodney District Council and most of Franklin District Council. [65] Groups such as 'Heart of the City' (the Auckland CBD business association) also called for stronger oversight and mayoral powers over the CCOs.[74]. He had no experience in local government, but was described as having strong Auckland ties, and 30 years' corporate experience. Auckland Council is the largest local body in Australasia. [28][29], The mayor is directly elected by voters living in the Auckland Council area every three years by postal ballot using the first-past-the-post voting system. ... COVID-19 Alert Level 1 Visitors to our buildings should check in using the NZ COVID Tracer app or register manually. Michael Lee is a former councillor on the Auckland Council from 2010 until 2019 and prior to it, a chairman of the former Auckland Regional Council in Auckland, New Zealand. Coordinates: .mw-parser-output .geo-default,.mw-parser-output .geo-dms,.mw-parser-output .geo-dec{display:inline}.mw-parser-output .geo-nondefault,.mw-parser-output .geo-multi-punct{display:none}.mw-parser-output .longitude,.mw-parser-output .latitude{white-space:nowrap}36°51′S 174°47′E / 36.850°S 174.783°E / -36.850; 174.783. Find out about Remuneration Authority's determinations, salary rates, expense rules and payments made to the mayor, councillors and local board members . Councillor Billy Robinson. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation There are also 149 members of 21 local boards who make decisions on matters local to their communities. 21A 22A Two Māori members should be elected to the Auckland Council by voters who are on the parliamentary Māori Electoral Roll. [61][65] Supporters included the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development, a right-wing think tank. Auckland councillors have unanimously voted to go out for public consultation on a 5 per cent rate rise next year. [6], The choice was criticised by left-wing political organiser Matt McCarten, arguing that McKay's previous tenure in the liquor industry was marked by anti-union behaviour that he did not object to, and by strong advertising of alcohol to the youth market. [43], Mayoral candidates John Banks and Len Brown were positive about his appointment, Len Brown noting McKay's business and restructuring experience was a "good fit", and would help improve economic performance as well as build links with businesses. 6B The Mayor of Auckland's annual "State of the Region" address should describe progress towards the attainment of the vision. Arts, culture and heritage. christine.fletcher@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz, josephine.bartley@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz, Plans, policies, bylaws, reports and projects, Consents, building and renovation projects. Auckland has been split into 13 wards, from which 20 ward councillors are elected to the governing body of Auckland Council. [55], As of 2016, 38% of rates were spent on "transport", 27% on "parks, community and lifestyle", 16% on "environmental management and regulation", 8% on "Auckland development", 6% on "Economic and cultural development" and 5% on "governance and support". The 3.5 per cent option was finalised today and voted by 18 of the 21 of the councillors aimed to plug some of Auckland Council’s $750 million fiscal hole following the pandemic. "[62], The Government's plan to outsource the majority of the council's functions was decried by numerous people (including the main mayoral contenders, Len Brown, and to a lesser degree, John Banks) and groups across the political and societal spectrum – from the Auckland Regional Council and many community boards,[63] to Local Government New Zealand,[64] and organisations considered to be National Party-friendly[65] such as the Auckland Chamber of Commerce and the Employers & Manufacturers Association. [62], The introduction of Auckland Transport, the CCO for transport functions (with more than half the city's future rate spend),[65] was discouraged even by the government's own Treasury and Department of Internal Affairs, as well as other departments. [55] Rates made up 53% of Council's income in 2011, with the remainder being "grants, subsidies, development and financial contributions, user charges and fees". [45] In early February 2020, Town announced that he will leave early and not see out his term until December 2020; he will go to the New Zealand Institute of Skills & Technology in early July. [79][80] This group consisted of several business leaders, academics, lawyers, and journalists including the former Labour President Michael Bassett, former National and ACT parties leader Don Brash, Property Institute chief executive Ashley Church, Auckland University of Technology historian Paul Moon, left-wing commentator Chris Trotter, and New Zealand Taxpayers' Union Jordan Williams. Auckland Council proposed general rate increase: 5 percent. [35], Pānuku Development Auckland resulted from a merging of Auckland Council Property Ltd and Waterfront Auckland on 1 September 2015.[39]. Mayor Phil Goff and five new councillors were among the 21 members of Auckland Council’s governing body sworn in. Southern and Molyneux had booked the Bruce Mason Centre in the North Shore for a speaking event on 3 August 2018. The council sliced off $9m in September, meaning it has locked in $78m of its target - or about 65 percent of its goal. It is intended to be one of the main documents out of which a unified District Plan will eventually grow. [73], The changes were seen as a potential "neutering" of the power of the new Auckland mayor to implement the policies on which he would be elected. Another big focus of the planning work in the first year of the Council is planning for the Auckland CBD (now called 'City Centre') and the Auckland Waterfront. Phil Goff is the current Mayor of Auckland, winning the 2016 election, which ended on Saturday 8 October 2016.[30]. [3][4] It is the largest council in Oceania,[5] with a $3 billion annual budget, $29 billion of ratepayer equity,[6] and 9,870 full-time staff as of 30 June 2016. Apart from conflicting with Council's plans, this might also pit CCOs against each other. In the late 2000s, New Zealand's central government and parts of Auckland's society felt that this large number of Councils, and the lack of strong regional government (with the Auckland Regional Council only having limited powers) were hindering Auckland's progress, and that a form of stronger regional government, or an amalgamation under one local council, would be beneficial. This was later dropped from the relevant establishing laws. The Auckland Council is launching an internal review of its mental health policies and procedures following the suspected suicide of an employee. This plan will cover matters such as the limits of residential development and the zoning and densities of the suburbs and areas, and will assess how elements like transport and land use are to be linked. [12], Until 2010, the Auckland Region had seven "City/District" authorities, plus one "Regional" authority. The two Canadian speakers are known for their controversial views on feminism, gender, Islam, and migration. [61] This separation, as argued by backers of the move, had become necessary due to "local politicians [having] failed to deliver the results expected of them. West Auckland Parish Council is made up of elected Parish Councillors and Officers. Chairman of Hearings Committee, Councillor Liaison for the Youth Advisory Panel. The Auckland Council is the local government council for the Auckland Region in New Zealand. 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