Christchurch City Council regularly publishes responses to Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 (LGOIMA) requests that are considered to be of wider public interest or relate to a subject that has been widely requested.
KPMG independent review into staff numbers in the Three Waters Unit and associated action plan.
The Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier reviewed the Council’s Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act (LGOIMA) compliance and practices between October 2018 and July 2019.
His investigation included consideration of the Council’s supporting administrative structures, leadership and culture, process and practice – including information management, public participation, and proactive release of information.
The Chief Ombudsman found that while there are areas of good practices, some do not support openness and transparency.
For a summary of the report visit Newsline.(external link)
A list of reports that are currently publicly excluded. These may become public in the future.
In order to protect the privacy of individuals, we will not generally publish personal information about individuals, or information that identifies individual requesters.
We will publish the LGOIMA response along with a summary of the request.
information about the age of the Council's pensioner housing portfolio in Christchurch, including:how many units of pensioner housing the Council has, how many are older than 10 years; and how many are younger than 10 years.
The Council publishes a monthly report detailing staff credit card (P Card) purchases. These reports can be found here.