DCC Finance, Strategy and Development Committee – meeting postponed

Agenda – FSD – 25/07/2011 (PDF, 89.2 KB, new window)
Today’s (Monday 25 July 2011) Finance, Strategy and Development Committee meeting has been postponded due to the snow. The meeting will now be held on Thursday 28 July at 1.00 pm in the Auditorium of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

Report – FSD – 25/07/2011 (PDF, 1.5 MB, new window)
Stadium Precinct Executive Summary 16
Report – FSD – 25/07/2011 (PDF, 59.9 KB, new window)
Project Gateway
Report – FSD – 25/07/2011 (PDF, 459.9 KB, new window)
Change to Structure to Achieve Regional Economic Development
Report – FSD – 25/07/2011 (PDF, 184.0 KB, new window)
Development Contributions Policy – Schedule of Charges 2011/12
Report – FSD – 25/07/2011 (PDF, 49.7 KB, new window)
Infrastructure Insurance Renewal 2011/12
Report – FSD – 25/07/2011 (PDF, 206.9 KB, new window)
Strategic Risk Fund For Insurance
Report – FSD – 25/07/2011 (PDF, 662.6 KB, new window)
Financial Result – 12 Months to 30 June 2011
Report – FSD – 25/07/2011 (PDF, 1.9 MB, new window)
Council’s Debt Raising Arrangements

FSD Committee Link

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr


Filed under Economics, Geography, Heritage, Politics, Project management, Stadiums, Urban design

6 responses to “DCC Finance, Strategy and Development Committee – meeting postponed

  1. Elizabeth

    Cr Vandervis asked about the lights at the stadium, which he said were on day and night during the period, and asked whether that was to melt the snow.

    ### ODT Online Fri, 29 Jul 2011
    Stadium roof passes its snow loading test
    By David Loughrey
    The Forsyth Barr Stadium’s roof behaved “exactly as it was supposed to behave” in recent snowfalls, and was designed for much heavier, Carisbrook Stadium Trust chairman Malcolm Farry said yesterday.

    The report to the committee said the plaza area had been handed over to the University of Otago, and construction had started “Cost-sharing between the parties is the key issue for resolution . . . There’s a discussion going on about where the costs fall.” [Malcolm Farry]

    Read more


    ### ODT Online Fri, 29 Jul 2011
    Small fire at Forsyth Barr stadium
    Firefighters have extinguished a small electrical fire at Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr stadium this morning. Fire crews were called out at 8.30am after smoke was seen coming from one of the stadium’s electrical substations.
    ODT Link

    • Elizabeth

      Cr Richard Thomson said at the meeting the council had sought advice from a “totally” interested party; Mr Knight was being asked if the council should replace the company he ran with another. “I wonder if we should get more independent advice?”

      ### ODT Online Fri, 29 Jul 2011
      DCC avoiding borrowing scheme
      By David Loughrey
      The Dunedin City Council has steered clear of a national scheme to make sure debt-heavy councils keep the ability to borrow money, but has left the door open to take advantage of the scheme in future. Concerns were raised at a finance, strategy and development committee meeting that advice the council had received in the scheme was from an interested party, and a more independent evaluation was needed.
      Read more

  2. Hype O'Thermia

    What’s with this break with tradition? Cr Richard Thomson just doesn’t get how things work around here. Goodness, “a more independent evaluation was needed” – as if! Go down that track and soon they’ll end up needing a new mission statement to replace “Never was so much taken from so many to benefit so few: our mission is to discredit all naysayers.”

  3. Mike

    At this very moment thousands of chickens are flying home to sit on the stadium

  4. Russell Garbutt

    So, who is going to go to jail and when?

    For how long have so many people been saying that the financial governance and management of the last Council was a potent mix of incompetence and deception?

    Now, it appears that it is all true.

    It is more than clear that the Dunedin ratepayers have been grossly let down and our only recourse seems to be the exposure of all of those that led to this apparent shambles with the hope that those culpable will pay in more ways than one.

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