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Corporate and Financial Committee Meeting Update

6 September 2013

Corporate and Financial Committee Meeting Update

Christchurch City Council’s Corporate and Financial Committee met today and the following key recommendations were made:

The committee recommended that the Council receive the following reports:
• The 2013 annual reports for Christchurch Agency for Energy Trust, the World Buskers’ Festival Trust and the Rod Donald Banks Peninsula Trust
• Corporate Finance report for the period ended 30 June 2013
• The Earthquake Claims Update report.

Canterbury Development Corporation Holdings (CDCH): The committee recommended that approval of a new constitution for CDCH remain on the table for the incoming Council, noting its concerns in relation to costs and external appointment process.

Christchurch Agency for Energy Trust (CAET): The committee recommended that the final statement of intent for CAET remain on the table until further information is supplied to the committee.

International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ) for issuance of building consents: The committee requested Council staff to cost the action plan of the Crown Manager and inform the committee of potential costs.

The meeting agenda and supplementary agenda are available online.

ENDS

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