Proactively released Official Information


August 2023

The included reports were originally discussed in public excluded session of the Otago Regional Council meeting of 23 August 2023.


June 2022

Council commissioned an inquiry into the depositing of material into the Clutha river.

Below is the link to the report “CONCERNING THE MANAGEMENT BY THE OTAGO REGIONAL COUNCIL OF MATTERS ARISING FROM THE DEPOSITING OF DEMOLITION MATERIAL IN THE CLUTHA/MATA-AU RIVER ON 9 MARCH 2021 IN BREACH OF THE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ACT, 1991”, authored by Sir Graham Panckhurst QC, KNZM.

The report was initially discussed at a public excluded discussion on 29 June 2022.

There are some redactions in the report. These have been under section 7(2)(a) of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987, as the withholding of the information is necessary to protect the privacy of natural persons.

 

March 2022

The Otago Regional Council is responsible for the public transport networks in Otago. The following reports relate to decisions made regarding:

  • Changes made to the Dunedin public bus service to respond to the cessation of commercial school bus services in 20221; and
  • COVID- 19 pandemic impacts on the ability of Council’s bus contractors to deliver bus services in Queenstown and Dunedin.

 

The reports were originally discussed in public excluded sessions of the ORC implementation Committee in March 2022.

Please note for the above report 1.2: Some information withheld under section 7(2)(b)(ii) of LGOIMA as the withholding of information necessary to protect information where the making available of the information would likely unreasonably to prejudice the commercial position of the person who supplied or who is the subject of the information.

 

February 2021

The Otago Regional Council is responsible for the public transport networks in Otago and runs bus services in both Dunedin and Queenstown. These bus services are split into routes which are outlined in Appendix 4 of the Regional Public Transport Plan which can be found our website via the following link. The routes are each put out to tender separately but the contract conditions, expectations and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are broadly the same across all routes.  Included below is a copy of the contract terms for each route as well as a copy of the KPIs that apply to Units 1-7. The KPIs for the remaining two contracts are included within the contract conditions.

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