UNCONFIRMEDProperty Subcommittee

13 February 2019

Property Subcommittee Minutes

 

Meeting held in the Committee Room

36 Water Street, Whangārei

on Wednesday 13 February 2019, commencing at 2pm

 

 

Present:

Chair, Councillor Penny Smart

Councillor John Bain

Councillor Bill Shepherd (Ex-Officio)

Councillor David Sinclair

Councillor Rick Stolwerk (Alternate)

 

In Attendance:

Full Meeting

NRC Chief Executive

Strategic Projects Manager

Property Officer

Part Meeting

Ian Jenkins – Jenksmax Consulting Limited

 

The Chair declared the meeting open at 2.05pm.

Apologies (Item 1.0)

There were no apologies.

Declarations of Conflicts of Interest (Item 2.0)

It was advised that members should make declarations item-by-item as the meeting progressed.

 

Confirmation of Minutes - 5 December 2018 (Item 3.1)

ID: A1160169

Report from Nicole Inger, Property Officer

Moved (Bain/Shepherd)

That the minutes of the Property Subcommittee meeting held on 5 December 2018 be confirmed as a true and correct record.

Carried

 

Mount Tiger Forest Quarterly Report October - December 2018 (Item 4.1)

ID: A1160243

Report from Nicole Inger, Property Officer

Moved (Bain/Shepherd)

That the report ‘Mount Tiger Forest Quarterly Report October - December 2018’ by Nicole Inger, Property Officer and dated 5 February 2019, be received.

Carried

 

Discussion Note:  Ian Jenkins reported on the Health and Safety of the Harvest operation and this was discussed by the Property Subcommittee.  Members were satisfied with arrangements.

Ian Jenkins also reported on the Harvest Plan update, as per Northland Forest Managers report.

 

Discussion Note:  The Chief Executive has made the decision to commence harvest of the 1991 Mount Tiger Forestry Block.

  

Business with Public Excluded (Item 5.0)

Moved (Shepherd/Sinclair)

1.              That the public be excluded from the proceedings of this meeting to consider confidential matters.

2.              That the general subject of the matters to be considered whilst the public is excluded, the reasons for passing this resolution in relation to this matter, and the specific grounds under the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 for the passing of this resolution, are as follows:

Item No.

Item Issue

Reasons/Grounds

5.1

Confirmation of Confidential Minutes - 5 December 2018

The public conduct of the proceedings would be likely to result in disclosure of information, as stated in the open section of the meeting -.

5.2

Property Reinvestment Fund and Property Investments for 2019

The public conduct of the proceedings would be likely to result in disclosure of information, the withholding of which is necessary to enable council to carry out, without prejudice or disadvantage, commercial activities s7(2)(h).

5.3

Properties for Potential Sale

The public conduct of the proceedings would be likely to result in disclosure of information, the withholding of which is necessary to enable council to carry out, without prejudice or disadvantage, commercial activities s7(2)(h) and the withholding of which is necessary to enable council to carry on, without prejudice or disadvantage, negotiations (including commercial and industrial negotiations) s7(2)(i).

5.4

Sale of Council's Lessor's Interest in a CBD Property

The public conduct of the proceedings would be likely to result in disclosure of information, the withholding of which is necessary to enable council to carry out, without prejudice or disadvantage, commercial activities s7(2)(h) and the withholding of which is necessary to enable council to carry on, without prejudice or disadvantage, negotiations (including commercial and industrial negotiations) s7(2)(i).

5.5

Purchase of a Hihiaua Precinct Property

The public conduct of the proceedings would be likely to result in disclosure of information, the withholding of which is necessary to enable council to carry out, without prejudice or disadvantage, commercial activities s7(2)(h) and the withholding of which is necessary to enable council to carry on, without prejudice or disadvantage, negotiations (including commercial and industrial negotiations) s7(2)(i).

5.6

Property Demolition Option

The public conduct of the proceedings would be likely to result in disclosure of information, the withholding of which is necessary to enable council to carry out, without prejudice or disadvantage, commercial activities s7(2)(h).

5.7

Receipt of Action Sheet

The public conduct of the proceedings would be likely to result in disclosure of information, the withholding of which is necessary to enable council to carry out, without prejudice or disadvantage, commercial activities s7(2)(h).

Carried

 

 

Conclusion

The meeting concluded at 3.20pm.