This committee deals with audit, external financial reporting, financial risk management, internal control and strategic performance management.
David Bedford, Dame Margaret Bazley and Rex Williams have been appointed to PARC with David Bedford as chair.
This is a statutory committee with two regional council representatives, one elected member from each territorial authority, one representative from New Zealand Transport Authority, and six community appointments. This group prepares a regional land transport strategy and a regional land transport programme. It also advises and assists the regional council on any other matter relating to its transport responsibilities.
Rex Williams and Tom Lambie are the regional council representatives, with Rex Williams as chair.
This is a joint standing committee under the Civil Defence Emergency Management Act, made up of elected representatives from territorial authorities and the regional council, exercising governance and determining Canterbury group emergency management policy.
Rex Williams was appointed the regional council representative.
Dame Margaret Bazley, David Bedford, and Rex Williams are the Commissioners responsible for the Chief Executive’s performance review.
The purpose of this group is to build good relationships and partnerships with Maori, (Ngai Tahu runanga and Nga Maata Waka) and give effect to the council’s obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi, Ngai Tahu Settlement Act, Local Government Act 2002 and related obligations under the Resource Management Act.
Dame Margaret Bazley is the Commissioner responsible for this function.
This committee, established under the Local Government Act 2002 in accordance with the Canterbury Water Management Strategy 2009, is a committee of the Regional Council until such time as legislative changes enable it to be a joint committee with Canterbury’s Territorial Authorities. The committee was formed to coordinate the development and periodic review of a Regional Implementation Programme for the wider Canterbury region that gives effect to the Canterbury Water Management Strategy and takes into account the Implementation Programmes of the Zone Committees, and to monitor progress in the implementation of the programme by the Water Executive. David Caygill and Peter Skelton are the regional council representatives.
Comprised of the Urban Development Strategy partners – Canterbury Regional Council, Christchurch City Council, Waimakariri District Council, Selwyn District Council and New Zealand Transport Authority – this group provides guidance and makes recommendations to Council on the implementation of the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy.
Dame Margaret Bazley and Rex Williams are the regional council representatives to the committee.
The Council undertakes an ongoing review of the performance of the regulatory functions of Environment Canterbury.
Peter Skelton and David Bedford are the Commissioners responsible for regulation overview.
This Council committee has delegated functions to appoint hearings commissioners under Resource Management Act processes.
Peter Skelton is chair of this committee, with members Tom Lambie, Donald Couch and David Caygill.
Commissioners are responsible for portfolio activities, as follows:
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