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New Zealand Utilities Advisory Group. Utilities and the Road Corridor 12–21 July 2005 Working Together in the Road – The Way Forward. New Zealand Utilities Advisory Group. - Welcome - Introductions - Housekeeping - Order of the Day. NZUAG Update Utilities and the Road Corridor Part 1

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New Zealand Utilities

Advisory Group

Utilities and the Road Corridor

12–21 July 2005

Working Together in the Road – The Way Forward


Welcome introductions housekeeping order of the day

New Zealand Utilities Advisory Group

- Welcome- Introductions- Housekeeping- Order of the Day


Order of the day

NZUAG Update

Utilities and the Road Corridor Part 1

Workshops

Have Your Say on NZUAG Issues

Utilities and the Road Corridor Part 2

Workshops

Workshop Reports

Order of the Day


Role objectives of nzuag achievements current activities

Role/objectives of NZUAG

Achievements

Current activities

NZUAG


Amenity impact of overhead cables

Inconsistent legislation

No ‘central’ information about location of cables and pipes

Loss of co-ordination

Large and inconsistent local government costs

Continuous and

uncoordinated trenching operations

Not enough space for more pipes

Inadequate reinstatement of road surfaces

Inappropriate rating of utility networks

Unequal treatment of different utilities

Inconsistent local government management/practice

Insufficient protection of existing utilities


Conference Resolutions:

Formal representations to the Minister.

Agree priority issues and adopt co-operative/ collaborative approach.

Voluntary and legislative approach.

Keep other parties briefed.

Utilities Conference 2004


NZUAG Vision

  • A self-sustaining co-operative framework for the delivery of all utilities in the roading corridor.

  • Our vision will be achieved through:

    - Industry co-operation

    - Industry-wide tools

    - End-user acceptance


Utilities advisory group

Local Government New Zealand

Ingenium

NZ Water & Waste Association

Electricity Networks Association

Electricity Engineers Association of New Zealand

Gas Association of New Zealand

Telecom

Telstra Clear

Transit New Zealand

MED, DIA, MoT

Utilities Advisory Group


NZUAG Charter of Understanding

Declaration

We are committed to working together in the roading corridor for the benefit of our customers and our communities.

Our Values

  • Responsiveness

  • Integrity

  • Partnering

  • Efficiency

  • Excellence 

    Our Vision

  • We are Committed to Work Together

  • Achieve Efficiencies

  • Work Toward Technological Excellence

  • Be Committed to Our Communities


Founding Signatories

Electricity

  • Aurora Energy

  • Orion Group

  • Unison

  • Vector

  • WEL Networks

  • Electricity Networks Association

  • Electricity Engineers’ Association of NZ

  • PowerNet

  • Marlborough Lines


Founding Signatories

Gas

  • NGC

  • Wanganui Gas

  • Gas Association of New Zealand

    Telcos

  • Telecom

  • TelstraClear

    NZ Water and Waste Association


Founding Signatories

Road Controlling Authorities

  • Transit New Zealand

  • Porirua City Council

  • Auckland Regional Council

  • Manukau City Council

  • Rotorua District Council

  • Christchurch City Council

  • Hutt City Council

  • Upper Hutt City Council

  • North Shore City Council

  • Wanganui City Council

  • Wellington City Council


New Signatories

  • Auckland City Council

  • Hamilton City Council


Founding Signatories

Industry Associations

  • Contractors Federation of New Zealand

  • Roading New Zealand

  • Ingenium

  • Local Government New Zealand


Achievements so far

Model Partnering Agreement (available from website www.nzuag.org.nz).

Working in the Road (SNZ HB 2002:2003) (available from Standards New Zealand).

RMA Guidelines (available from website www.nzuag.org.nz).

Lifelines and emergency planning guides (available from Ministry of CD & EM).

DVR Guidelines (available shortly from website www.nzuag.org.nz).

Relationship with Government and its departments.

Achievements So Far


Under action

Competencies and qualifications. www.nzuag.org.nz).

Promoting uptake of Working in the Road Handbook.

Facilitating Partnering Agreements.

Promoting debate.

Civil defence and emergency management.

Promoting the use of best Practice Guidelines.

Under Action


Partnering agreement

Provides a framework for utilities in the road corridor to work together and with road controlling authorities.

Objective is to achieve mutually agreed outcomes in the best interests of each organisation.

Partnering Agreement


Commitment to work together

TA manages to co-ordination process. work together and with road controlling authorities.

Agree to co-operate, support the process and work to achieve national consistency.

Work together in a dependable, trustworthy and honest manner.

Accommodate the various, often competing, needs in the most effective and efficient manner:

- Reduce traffic disruption and costs of the same.

- Minimise impact on business.

- Reduce frequency of digging up roads.

Commitment to Work Together


Commitment to work together cont

Consider needs of all road users. work together and with road controlling authorities.

Maintain the integrity of roading and utility service assets.

May require adjusting work programmes and practices.

Sharing information based on excellent communication.

Co-ordination of planning.

Road opening notification.

Fulfil respective and joint responsibilities for lifeline utilities and emergency management.

Commitment to Work Together cont…


Why share location information
Why share location information? work together and with road controlling authorities.


Why share forward work programmes
Why share forward work programmes? work together and with road controlling authorities.

Temporary Service Cover installed too high and incorrect reinstatement


Working in the road

Technical excellence work together and with road controlling authorities.

Quality

National consistency

Competency in our workforce

Excellence in health and safety

Working in the Road


Working in the road1

Acknowledges existing legislation and responsibilities. work together and with road controlling authorities.

Sets out the minimum requirements for working in the roads.

To succeed SNZ HB 2002:2003 needs the commitment required from all parties to work together, co-operate and co-ordinate.

Working in the Road


Why use witr
Why use WITR? work together and with road controlling authorities.

High Voltage marker peg as found onsite by faults locations team


Managing the partnership under the RMA. work together and with road controlling authorities.

Why locate utilities in the road corridor.

The statutory framework on roles, responsibilities and powers.

How to manage environmental effects of utilities – a toolbox.

Best Practice for developing policies and plans.

Provide more certainty for utilities.

RMA Guidelines


Purpose: work together and with road controlling authorities.

To assist Valuation Service Providers (VSP), Local Authorities (LA) and Utility Network Owners (UNO) with the process of valuing utility networks for their inclusion on a District Valuation Roll.

DVR Guidelines


Guiding Principles work together and with road controlling authorities.

Transparency and communication

Timeliness

Re-use of existing valuations/information

Process

Determining the rating unit

Determining the assessment basis

Information requirements and templates

Valuation

Valuation sign-off

DVR Guidelines


Issues on the Table: work together and with road controlling authorities.

  • Reasonable conditions

  • Charging for services

  • Cost sharing

  • Location of services

  • Third party damage


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