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Waikato information forum december 6 environment waikato

Waikato Information ForumDecember 6 – Environment Waikato


Purpose of local government

Purpose of Local Government

  • Enable democratic local decision making and action by and on behalf of communities; and

  • Promote the social , economic, environmental and cultural well being of communities , in the present and for the future – LGA Section 10


Local govt sustainable approach

Local Govt Sustainable Approach

Local authorities should take into account

  • The social, economic, & cultural well-being of people & communities

  • Need to maintain & enhance the quality of the environment

  • The reasonably foreseeable needs of future generations


What are community outcomes

What are Community Outcomes

  • Statements of community aspirations and priorities

  • Belong to the community

  • Identified through community consultation

  • Each council to facilitate the identification of outcomes – regional and local


Purposes of identifying cos

Purposes of Identifying COs

  • Provide opportunities for communities to discuss and prioritise desired outcomes – SEEC

  • Provide scope to measure progress

  • Promote better coordination and application of community resources


Community outcomes life cycle

Community Outcomes Life-cycle

  • Identify community outcomes

    • at least every six years

  • Respond to community outcomes

    • Develop community response. Council contribution signaled in long term council community plan, other organisations make decisions on contribution

  • Monitor and Report on progress

    • At least every three years


Key community stakeholders

Key Community Stakeholders

  • Organisations capable of influencing the identification and promotion of community outcomes

  • Requirement to secure KCS approval to the processes for identifying community outcomes – where practicable

  • Likely to be involved in all stages of community outcomes – long-term relationships


Opportunities for collaboration

Opportunities for Collaboration

  • Consultation

    • Streamlined approach & development of regional information and profile

  • Response

    • Joint initiatives, whole of govt./ whole of community approaches – better use of resources


Opportunities for collaboration1

Opportunities for Collaboration

  • Monitoring and Reporting

    • Joint monitoring and coordinated data gathering

    • Information and knowledge sharing

    • Coordinated data analysis and reporting


Waikato information forum december 6 environment waikato

Waikato Community Outcomes Identification Process

Choosing Futures Waikato

Local Consultation

Processes

Waikato

Consultation

4 Step Process

Collaboration

EW

Consultation

Information

Information

Waikato

Community

Outcomes

Local LTCCPs

EW

LTCCP


Waikato information forum december 6 environment waikato

Four Step Consultation Process

1.

  • VISIONING

  • CFW Consultation

  • KCS Consultation

  • Local & EW Consultation

NOV

-

FEB

Vision

Statements

MAR

-

APR

2.

  • ORGANISING

  • Strategic Planners Network

  • Collation of Vision Statements

  • Collation of other inputs and considerations

Draft

Community

Outcomes

APR

3.

REVIEWING

-Review draft Community Outcomes by

Key Community Stakeholders

Proposed

Waikato

COs

MAY-JULY

4.

COMMUNITY REVIEW

-Region-wide community consultation

-Feedback

-Prioritisation

Waikato

Community

Outcomes


Next three months identifying outcomes

Next Three Months – Identifying Outcomes

  • Web site launched to provide information and feedback – www.choosingfutures.co.nz

  • Regional community visioning workshops in February & March– Dates to be confirmed

  • Visioning document to be completed – Printed by end of January


Where to from here responding to outcomes

Where To From Here – Responding to Outcomes

  • Need to develop appropriate framework with key stakeholders

  • Identify work already being done

  • Identify and prioritise gaps – strategic planning

  • Develop action plan and execute


Where to from here monitoring reporting

Where To From Here – Monitoring & Reporting

  • Team set up to look at monitoring and reporting - MARCO

  • Work being done to identifycore indicator set

  • Workshops to be held to discuss information needs, select suitable indicators and cost effective data capture

  • Information sharing protocols


Questions for strategic planning

Questions for Strategic Planning

  • Where do community outcomes sit within our organisation?

  • How involved should we be?

  • How should we look at collaborative responses?


Questions for strategic planning1

Questions for Strategic Planning

  • Should we change anything to improve our alignment to community outcomes?

  • Are our relationships robust enough?

  • Involvement at regional or local level – which is appropriate?


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