Annual Plan 2012-13
The final Annual Plan for 2012-13 was adopted by the Council on the 26 June 2012. It is now available as a downloadable PDF [PDF 6MB]
The Council's Draft Annual Plan for 2012-13 and proposals for 10 Major Community Facilities was released for public consultation for four weeks, from 20 April 2012 to 21 May 2012. During this time the community was invited to open days and community drop-in sessions to find out more about what was in the draft plan so they could make a submission. We received more than 2,700 submissions over the consultation period of 20 April to 21 May.
Videos from the Open Day for the Draft Annual Plan 2012/13
1. Mayor Bob Parker explains the Draft Annual Plan - You Tube video (12 mins)
2. CEO Tony Marryatt on the Draft Annual Plan - You Tube video (8 mins)
3. You can also watch the video of Mike Hannaway, Project Management Manager, CCC Capital Programme Group, explaining the issues around the Council's events facilities including the Convention Centre and Town Hall here. (You Tube video - 21 mins)
4. Paul Anderson, General Manager, Corporate Services talking on the financing of the rebuild (You Tube video - 19 mins)
What is an annual plan?
An annual plan is the Council's budget for one financial year. It explains how the Council intends to finance the activities and services it provides during that year as directed by its long term plan. It focuses on the adjustments the Council needs to make in light of the previous year's financial performance, updated financial figures, cost increases and inflation.
An annual plan supports the Council's long term plan by providing integrated decision making and coordination of the Council's resources. The long term plan is produced every three years. No Annual Plan is produced in the years when the long term plan is produced.
The Council is required by the Local Government Act 2002 to produce an annual plan and consult with its community before finalising the document.
What is an annual report?
The Annual Report sets out what the Christchurch City Council did in the past year, why we did those things, how much they cost, and how we paid for them.
This report shows how the Christchurch City Council is delivering on the promises made to our community – promises made after asking Christchurch residents what they want for their city as part of our longterm planning process.
The report shows the Council’s overall financial position and performance as measured by its achievement against its financial Key Performance Indicators.
Our latest Annual Report 2012 can be downloaded here.