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Executive Audit and Risk Agenda Feb 2023

the pointer • The YTD and full year (FY) budgets are included in the grey section. 9. Financially, the Council is in-line with the estimates established for 2022/2023 in the 2022/2023 Annual Plan. 10. At 31 December 2022, the overall financial result is on budget. 11. Significant income and expenditure variances by activity (plus or minus $100,000) are: • Consent processing and administration - $153,261 over budget due to increased workload and demand in resource consents.

Applications received 7 August to 13 August 2023

page Application No. Consent No. Applicant Lodged Date Application Type Description Activity Type Location Catchment 23-03665-3.0 R2/3665-3.0 Dairy Trust Taranaki 07-Aug-23 Replacement for expiring consent To discharge farm dairy effluent onto land Discharge Permit 984 Normanby Road, Manaia Kapuni 23-03226-3.0 R2/3226-3.0 Darryl Smith 07-Aug-23 Replacement for expiring consent To discharge farm dairy effluent onto land Discharge Permit 365 Palmer Road, Hawera Kapuni 23-03201-3.0

Taranaki Regional Council Ordinary Council Meeting Agenda 13 December 2022

Attending Mr S J Ruru Chief Executive Ms A J Matthews Director - Environment Quality Mr A D McLay Director – Resource Management Mr M J Nield Director – Corporate Services Mrs V McKay Manager – Environmental Assurance Mr B Pope Compliance Manager Mrs J Allen Manager – Resource consents Miss N A Chadwick EA to Chief Executive and Chair Mrs M G Jones Governance Administration Mr C Woollen Communications Manager Mr J Clough Member of Public one

A Pastoral Farm Operators Guide to writing a Freshwater Farm Plan Te Uru Kahika

resource consents held on the property. You can also find this information on council websites. The total farm area in hectares This includes land under the same management in the catchment, even if it does not share a common boundary. The leased or licensed area (if any) in hectares If you are leasing land and are classified as the farm operator in that you have control and are making the decisions for that land, then you would include it on your Plan rather than

Applications received 31 July to 6 August 2023

page Application No. Consent No. Applicant Lodged Date Application Type Description Activity Type Location Catchment 23-00842-3.0 R2/0842-3.0 B & J Goble Farms Limited 31-Jul-23 Replacement for expiring consent To discharge farm dairy effluent onto land Discharge Permit 250 Tempsky Road, Okaiawa Inaha 23-03339-3.0 R2/3339-3.0 Palmerdell Trust 31-Jul-23 Replacement for expiring consent To discharge farm dairy effluent onto land Discharge Permit 1303 Upper Palmer Road, Stratford Kapuni

Applications received 24 July to 30 July 2023

page Application No. Consent No. Applicant Lodged Date Application Type Description Activity Type Location Catchment 23-02950-3.0 R2/2950-3.0 Double D Trust 24-Jul-23 Replacement for expiring consent To discharge farm dairy effluent onto land Discharge Permit 1054 Manaia Road, Kaponga Waiokura 23-02773-3.0 R2/2773-3.0 DP & SM Hurley Trust 24-Jul-23 Replacement for expiring consent To discharge farm dairy effluent onto land Discharge Permit 307 Upper Duthie Road, Kaponga Inaha

Resource consents 6 November 2020 - 21 January 2021

page Consent Holder Subtype Industry Primary Industry Secondary Purpose Primary Purpose Secondary Activity Purpose R2/3374-2.1 Port Taranaki Limited Deposit (Coastal) Transport Port Activity Change R2/3982-2.2 Port Taranaki Limited Extraction (Coastal) Transport Port Activity Change R2/10869-1.1 DIALOG Fitzroy Limited Air Discharge - Abrasive Blasting (CMA) Engineering Abrasive Blasting New R2/10881-1.0 Katere Surface Coatings Limited Air Discharge - Abrasive Blasting (CMA)

Policy and Planning Agenda Oct 2023 web

initial focus on compulsory attributes. • Begin drafting of region wide objective, policies and rule framework. • Review/finalise the nutrient SCAMP mitigations memo, lake water quality modelling report and threatened species report. • Interviews with farm owners and operators and industry bodies across the region to inform the economic assessment report. • Participation in regional sector response to implementing the RM reform consent duration package with has immediate effect

Taranaki Regional Council Regional Coastal Plan 1998 inoperative

1 Note: the area defined as "Port Taranaki" in this plan is larger than the area commonly called Port Taranaki. See planning map 7 for detail. page Section 5 of the plan sets out information that must be supplied with coastal permit applications. Sections 6 and 7 set out administrative procedures required by law, on financial contributions, cross- boundary issues, monitoring and plan reviews. Guide to consent applicants This section of the users' guide