QLDC

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QLDCQueenstown Lakes District Council (New Zealand)
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Strong Institutional Framework: New Zealand's strong institutional framework - a key rating factor in assessing the country's local regional governments - is demonstrated in QLDC's transparent reporting and financial disclosure, strong controls and supervision, a high level of own-source and predictable rate revenue and limited expenditure responsibilities.
Tourism-Driven Economic Growth: Fitch expects QLDC's economy to maintain above-national-average growth, driven by the district's increasing popularity as a tourist destination.
Solid Budgetary Performance: We assess QLDC's budgetary performance attribute as a rating strength, based on the stability of rate revenue, which tends to be less cyclical.
Steadily Rising Debt: Fitch believes QLDC's debt attribute is on a negative trend due to expectations there will be a sizeable increase in capital spending in its revised FY18-FY28 long-term plan.
First, the researcher and QLDC planners are familiar with ESRI Arc software and GIS software is an important tool for urban planning.
In order to investigate the differences between planning roles, the QLDC Policy Planning Department (PP) and Lakes Environmental Consent Planners Department (CP) were invited to participate in the study, representing Policy and Development Control, respectively.
The potential population for the survey consists of 17 people in total, with 7 at QLDC, and 10 at Lakes Environmental.
and Air New Zealand are going to write to the QLDC chief executive and the matter will be managed from there.
The recommendation was for QLDC and QAC to take no further action to increase AIAL's shareholding, provide a position on the board to AIAL or enter into any shareholder agreement with AIAL; and for the QLDC to investigate whether there had been a breach of the QAC's responsibilities under its Statement of Intent.
QLDC Regulatory Manager Lee Webster says the Council has taken a pragmatic approach to enforcement along State Highway 6.
To ensure the removal of roadside parking on SH6 doesnt shift the parking issue into residential areas, QLDC is extending the 48 hour maximum stay (external link) restrictions across residential Frankton, which will apply from SH6 to the Frankton lakefront.
QLDC s General Manager of Planning and Development, Marc Bretherton, said three companies submitted tenders for the $13.9 million project and the successful bid was within the Council s budget.