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Company Overview of Christchurch City Council
Christchurch City Council, through its subsidiaries, provides social, cultural, and recreational services in Christchurch, New Zealand. The company offers various services and facilities, including roads, water, swimming pools, art galleries, parks, and botanic gardens, as well as community events. It also involves in city development; community support; cultural and learning; democracy and governance; economic development; park, open space, and waterway construction; recreation and leisure; refuse minimization and disposal; regulatory; street and transport; wastewater collection and treatment; and water supply services. The company, formerly known as Christchurch Municipal Council, was foun...
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Founded in 1862
Key Executives for Christchurch City Council
Director of Building Control and City Rebuild
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Christchurch City Council Key Developments
Christchurch May Sells Very Last Resort
Sep 4 14
Christchurch City Council is considering a sell down of strategic assets as "a very last resort". The council has begun talking to ratepayers about options to reduce the $800 million to $900 million funding shortfall it is facing.
Christchurch City Hires Advisor For Strategic Review Of Assets
Feb 19 14
Christchurch City Council has appointed Cameron Partners Ltd to review the commercial assets of Christchurch City Holdings Limited. “The review will provide detailed information on funding options for the city's anchor projects, and how best to manage our assets in order to both meet the city’s strategic objectives and to provide the best financial return,” said Cr Raf Manji, the chair of the Christchurch City Council’s finance committee. A Christchurch-based merchant banker, Justin Murray, believes it's highly likely the review will advise the council to sell some of its assets."There will be a process of comparing the future returns that could be generated from these assets," he says, "versus the value that may be able to be realised from a selldown or a 100% sale."
Christchurch City Council Announces Resignation of Tony Marryatt as CEO, Effective from November 30, 2013
Sep 16 13
Christchurch City Council accepted the resignation of its CEO Tony Marryatt, effective from November 30, 2013. Mr. Marryatt has been on special leave pending the results of an independent investigation into any actions or omissions by him that may have led to the revocation of the Council's accreditation as a Building Control Authority.
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