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Strategy and Wellbeing Committee

The purpose of the Strategy Committee is to determine specific outcomes that need to be met to deliver on the vision and direction of council related to wellbeing, and set in place the strategies, policies and work programmes to achieve set goals and targets.

Strategy and Wellbeing Committee

Membership Deputy Mayor Kelly Annand (Chair), Her Worship the Mayor Alex Walker, Councillor Brent Muggeridge, Councillor Tim Chote, Councillor Tim Aitken, Councillor Gerard Minehan, Councillor Kate Taylor, Councillor Exham Wichman, Councillor Jerry Greer. *NB – In the absence of the Chair, the Mayor will Chair the meeting.
Meeting frequency The committee shall meet every 8 weeks or as required.
Quorum As set by Standing Orders
Purpose

The purpose of the Strategy Committee is to determine specific outcomes that need to be met to deliver on the vision and direction of council, and set in place the wellbeing strategies, policies and work programmes to achieve set goals and targets.

To develop, approve, review and recommend to Council (where applicable) statutory and nonstatutory policy, plans, bylaws and strategies

to:

  • Focus on the social, economic, cultural and environmental wellbeing of Central Hawke’s Bay through the development of vision and strategy while identifying and promoting community aspirations.
  • Integrate an all of wellbeing approach to strategy, plan and policy development.
  • Have effective statutory plans and bylaws to protect community through a focus on the social, economic, cultural and economic wellbeings.
Responsibilities

The Strategy and Wellbeing Committee is responsible for:

  • developing and adopting strategies, plans and policies that advance the Council’s vision and goals, and comply with the purpose of the Local Government Act
  • Monitoring the implementation and effectiveness of strategies, plans and policies
  • monitor the success of the key strategic relationships that support the implementation of key wellbeing related initiatives
  • general coordination of Council policy and decisions.
Delegations

The Strategy and Wellbeing Committee has delegations to:

  • developing and adopting strategies, plans and policies that advance the Council’s vision and goals, and comply with the purpose of the Local Government Act
  • monitoring the implementation and effectiveness of strategies, plans and policies
  • Make full decisions on the distribution of the Pride and Vibrancy Fund, Environmental and Sustainability Fund and any other contestable community fund.
  • To receive decisions of the Creative New Zealand Committee and CVOS Committee.
  • Make recommendations to council regarding the distribution of Ruataniwha and Aramoana/Ruahine Ward Reserves. This committee has delegations to establish a special committee, working group or community forum as required.

Governance Documentation

Underpinning good governance are a range of documents that ensure Council is clear on its accountabilities, expectations and responsibilities. You can find these documents here.

Central Hawke's Bay District Council Governance Statement 2019 2020 Final
Code of Conduct adopted 14 November 2019 20191114
Committee Terms of Reference 2019 2022
Council and Community Representation Appointments 2019 20191212
Standing Orders 2019 Adopted 14th November 2019 20191004
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