Recreation and Sport Facilities - Activity Management Plan

Recreation and Sport Facilities - Activity Management Plan
Christchurch City Council




         Recreation and Sport
                     Facilities
             Activity Management Plan

                Long Term Plan 2015–2025
As amended through the Annual Plan 2017/18

                                  1 July 2017
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Quality Assurance Statement

 Christchurch City Council                    V1 May 2014; v2 August 2014, v3 9 September
                                  Version
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 Tel: 03 941 8999

                                  Activity Manager: John Filsell

                                  Chief / Director: Mary Richardson

                                  Asset Manager:

                                  Finance Manager:




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Table of Contents
Table of Contents............................................................................................................................. i
List of Tables .................................................................................................................................. ii
List of Figures ................................................................................................................................. ii
1     Key Issues for the Recreation and Sport Facilities Activity ....................................................... 1
    1.1    Community Outcomes ................................................................................................................ 1

    1.2        Effects of growth, demand and sustainability .............................................................................. 1

       Population Growth ................................................................................................................... 1
       Demand: .................................................................................................................................. 1
      Sustainability............................................................................................................................ 2
    1.3    Key Challenges and Opportunities for Recreation and Sport Facilities.......................................... 2

2      Proposed changes to activity ................................................................................................... 4
3     Activity description ................................................................................................................. 10
    3.1     Focusing on what we want to achieve ........................................................................................10

    3.2        How we will know we are achieving the outcomes .....................................................................10

    3.3        What services we provide ..........................................................................................................10

    3.4 Benefits and Funding Sources ............................................................................................................11

    3.5        Our key customers .....................................................................................................................12

    3.6        Key legislation and Council strategies .........................................................................................12

4      Levels of service and performance measures ........................................................................ 13
5      Review of cost effectiveness - regulatory functions and service delivery ................................ 24
6     Long Term Infrastructure Strategy ......................................................................................... 26
    6.1   Issues, principles and implications..............................................................................................26

7      Review of cost-effectiveness - infrastructure delivery ............................................................. 28
8     Significant Effects .................................................................................................................. 30
    8.1    Assumptions ..............................................................................................................................31

9      Risk Management .................................................................................................................. 33
10         Improvement Plan ............................................................................................................. 34
11     Operations, Maintenance and Renewals Strategy ............................................................. 34
  11.1   Operations and Maintenance .....................................................................................................34

    11.2       Renewals ...................................................................................................................................34

12         Key Projects ...................................................................................................................... 35
13         Summary of Cost for Activity ............................................................................................. 36
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List of Tables

Table 1-1: Key Issues for the Recreation and Sport Facilities Activity.............................................1
 Table 2-1: Key Changes...............................................................................................................4
 Table 4-1: Levels of Service ..........................................................................................................13




List of Figures
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1 Key Issues for the Recreation and Sport Facilities Activity
Council is aiming to encourage more people to be more active more often. This improves quality of life,
helps build strong communities, promotes personal health and wellbeing, develops lifelong physical and
social skills, reduces anti-social and self destructive behaviour. Great recreation and sport facilities and the
services they provide act as a stimulus for the economy and act as an incentive to attract families to
Christchurch. Community capacity building and support for third parties delivering services fosters stronger
and more resilient communities and lowers the reliance on Council as the provider.
Council has to provide its agreed levels of service in an increasingly challenged financial environment.
Operational savings of a minimum of 2 % per annum compounding, are required over the 2015/2016,
2016/2017 and 2017/2018 financial years. To achieve this requires changes to business practice, the
recovery of more income from customers and the closure, or non re opening of some facilities.

1.1 Community Outcomes
Everything that the Council does in its day-to-day work is focused on achieving community outcomes. All
activities outlined in this plan aim to deliver the results required to achieve these outcomes, contribute to
Council strategies and meet legislative requirements. Likewise, all Council capital and operating expenditure
is directed towards a level of service that moves the community closer to these outcomes now or at some
future point.
The effective management of Recreation and Sport Facilities for Christchurch means achieving the
community outcomes that:

•   Give people equitable access to parks, open spaces, recreation facilities and libraries.
•   Increase participation in recreation and sporting activities.
•   Ensure Christchurch is recognised as a great place to work, live, visit, invest and do business.
•   Provide services that are available locally within the urban areas.
•   Support the Central City being used by a wide range of people for an increasing range of activities.

Section 4 shows how these outcomes flow down into and influence the Council’s activities and levels of
service in relation to Recreation and Sport Facilities.

1.2 Effects of growth, demand and sustainability
Population growth and demand effects the decisions Council will make in delivering services to ensure that
they are sustainable and will meet the needs of the people of Christchurch into the future.
Population Growth:
Ongoing demographic change is forecast influenced as a result of the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes which will
effect how Council will provide recreation and sport facilities, namely:
•   An initial post quake population loss of 2.8%.
•   Slow growth until 2016.
•   Stronger recovery over 2016 to 2026.
•   A medium to high growth trend after 2021 slightly faster than the pre-earthquake growth trend but
    generally lagging by about seven years.
•   An evacuation of residential Red Zones but no mass depopulation of the Eastern Suburbs.
•   Growth areas emerging to the north and south west of Christchurch.
•   Significant growth in the over 60 age group by 2031.
•   A population of under 15’s proportionally larger than average expected to last for about 12 years.
Demand:
The above demographic change translated into demand for Recreation and Sports facilities as follows:
•   Replacing lost recreation and sports centres in the City Centre and the North East of Christchurch.



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•     Replace lost sporting facilities with a city-wide catchment (e.g. Porritt Park)
•     Ensuring the location of the proposed Eastern Recreation and Sport Centre caters to future demand in
      the North East of Christchurch.
•     Delay the planned Recreation and Sport Centre in the West in line with slower population growth in
      Christchurch.
•     Facilities should plan to cater to increasing use from under 15’s for the next 12 years, after this the
      population “bubble” of this demographic will have passed.
•     Increase the proportion of infrastructure within recreation and sporting facilities to that suitable for over
      60’s as this demographic will continue to grow.
Sustainability:
The Local Government Act 2002 requires local authorities to take a sustainable development approach while
conducting its business. Sustainable development is the fundamental philosophy that is embraced in
Council’s Vision, Mission and Objectives, and that shapes the community outcomes. The levels of service
and the performance measures that flow from these inherently incorporate the achievement of sustainable
outcomes primarily around;
•     financial efficiency and cost effectiveness,
•     ensuring the optimum community use for all services,
•     the use of contemporary technology,
•     capacity building within third party recreation and sport organisations,
•     the efficient use of energy, water and other resources, and
•     The effective use of green field and brown field land.

1.3     Key Challenges and Opportunities for Recreation and Sport Facilities
In working towards the community outcomes and influenced by population growth and demand, Council
faces the challenge of making decisions that prioritise resources to deliver the best mix of services at the
right level and in a sustainable way. The key challenges and opportunities that have been prioritised by
Council are below in Table 1-1.
Table 1-1

    Key Issue          Discussion

    Delivering         The 2010 and 2011 earthquakes damaged all Council’s recreation and sport facilities,
    an effective       some have closed permanently others require repair. Funds for the rebuild are limited.
    recreation         There have been demographic changes and changes in the use of recreation and sport
    and sport          facilities. The full extent of such change over time is not known, it can only be
    facility           anticipated. Community expectations are high and in some cases unrealistic.
    rebuild.
                       The rebuild must be forward thinking. New and repaired facilities should cater to
                       current and anticipated community need. Not all existing facilities can or should be
                       repaired. Financial constraints on the initial repair/replacement cost and ongoing
                       operating and lifecycle can not be exceeded otherwise recreation and sport facilities
                       become unaffordable. Repaired/replaced leisure facilities should optimise
                       participation, sustainability and allow a degree of flexibility to change over their
                       lifecycle to meet ongoing changes in community need. The greater use of hubbing is
                       anticipated.




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  Key Issue            Discussion

 Optimising            The primary measure of success for any recreation and sport facility is the number of
 community             people using it for its intended purpose. Participation is essential to improving quality
 participation in      of life and a key way for Council to build strong and safe communities. Participation is
 or at recreation      a major contributor to personal health and wellbeing, develops lifelong physical and
 and sport             social skills, it reduces self-destructive and anti social behaviour.
 facilities.           The challenge Council faces is to develop a network of leisure facilities that provide the
                       right services to the right people in the right parts of town. This will have to be done in
                       an environment of increasingly scarce financial resources. Current and future trends
                       must be understood and incorporated. Multi purpose facilities and facilities provided as
                       part of a hub will increase. Facilities must be accessible to target populations.
                       Conversely facilities that do not optimise participation are not well utilised or surplus to
                       need should be de-commissioned. This is often unpalatable.
                       Council has committed to greater levels of engagement with its communities and
                       recreation and sport facility customers. This is essential to increasing patronage.

 Providing             There are unprecedented financial constraints on Council. Operational savings of a
 recreation and        minimum of 2 % per annum compounding, are required over the 2015/2016,
 sport facilities in   2016/2017 and 2017/2018 financial years. The scope and design of new or repaired
 an increasingly       facilities will support lower operating and lifecycle costs. It is probable that increased
 challenging           prioritisation will result in rebuild projects deferred or stopped. Existing facilities that
 financial             are inefficient at meeting community need may be closed.
 environment.          Council will be encouraging better business practice to lower operational costs. The
                       efficient use of resources will be emphasised in design, construction and operation.
                       Greater levels of third party funding and support will become common.

 An increasingly       Recreation and sporting organisations within Christchurch are under increasing
 challenged            pressure to deliver more with less. Following the quakes many assets and facilities
 recreation and        owned by these organisations are damaged or closed. There is increased competition
 sport sector.         for philanthropic and other funding. There is an increased expectation for user-pays
                       and self sufficiency. There are changes in the needs and expectations of participants
                       including higher quality facilities and services. These include more pay for play and
                       flexible options to play (as opposed to a traditional club structure). Volunteers at all
                       levels are in decline. Recreation and sports staff at all levels are under increased
                       strain. There are increasing expectations on local and national government to provide
                       solutions.
                       Without a strong recreation and sports sector Council will not achieve its goals in
                       respect of the sector. Council will work increasingly collegially with Sport New Zealand,
                       Sport Canterbury, Environment Canterbury, neighbouring local authorities, national
                       sporting organisations, major events New Zealand and others to build capacity within
                       recreation and sporting organisations in Christchurch so they are better able to meet
                       these challenges.




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2 Proposed changes to activity
Table 2-1 summarises the proposed changes for the management of the Recreation and Sport Facilities activity since the Three Year Plan 2013-16 Activity
Management Plan.
Table 2-1 Proposed changes to activity

                                                                                                                          Options for
                                                                           Level of significance? What                    consultation   Financial Implication
Key Change                             Reason                              investigations are needed?                     and            (If Any)
                                                                                                                          engagement


Council will discharge its agreed
commitments to the Metro Sports                                           High. This is a very expensive flag ship       Government      In budget (LTP)
                                       Council committed to this in the   facility and a key anchor project. The costs
Facility having previously approved                                                                                      CERA
                                       2013-2016 Three Year Plan          of ownership and operation are high.                           CAPEX $147m (2018)
the facility scope, design, degree                                                                                       Annual Plans,
                                       and the Cost Sharing               There are numerous competing interests.
of ownership, CAPEX and OPEX.                                                                                            LTP
                                       Agreement. All major               Future impacts of the current business                         2018 onward
As with all major recreation and
                                       recreation and sporting            case are ambiguous.                            Sport NZ        OPEX: $3M pa
sporting facilities the Metro Sports
                                       facilities undergo major change                                                   Facility        Lifecycle: $5m pa
Facility will undergo major change                                        Detailed ongoing facility and business
                                       throughout its life in order to                                                   Stakeholders
throughout its life to fulfil its                                         planning is needed including how facility
                                       fulfil their intended purpose.                                                                    Depreciation and overheads
intended purpose. Council must                                            change will be provided for.                                   not included
plan for this.

                                                                          High. CERA are involved in many diverse
CERA, proposed changes to CERA                                            projects and issues They are responsible       Government
                                       CER Act provides a limited
and the CER Act will be                                                   for projects that will conclude after 2016.                    None foreseen
                                       lifespan for CERA in its present                                                  CERA
implemented over the course of this
                                       form.                              Ongoing Council engagement with CERA
LTP
                                                                          and Government is needed.




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                                                                                                                         Options for
                                                                            Level of significance? What                  consultation     Financial Implication
Key Change                              Reason                              investigations are needed?                   and              (If Any)
                                                                                                                         engagement

                                                                                                                                         In budget (LTP)
                                        Formal commitment in the                                                        Community
                                        2013-2016 TYP and 2013/2014                                                     Board            CAPEX: 30.5M (2017)
                                                                           Low. Level of service and financial
The North Eastern Recreation and        Annual Plan. QEII at Parklands     implications are well understood, location   Facility         From 2018
Sports Centre located at QEII Park      was an agreed temporary            and scope will have been agreed.             Stakeholders
will be opened in Q2 2017/ Q4 2018.     facility until the North Eastern                                                                 OPEX: $1.4M pa
Council will close QEII at Parklands.   Recreation and Sports Centre       Further investegations are needed on         User Groups
                                                                                                                                         Lifecycle: $730K pa
                                        is opened as partial               detailed design, programming and operation   Community
                                        replacement for QEII.                                                                            Depreciation and overheads not
                                                                                                                        Focus Groups     included


                                                                                                                         Annual Plans,   In budget (LTP)
                                                                           Moderate. A sports hub at Nga Puna Wai is LTP                 CAPEX: 6.7M (2015)
                                                                           a long term project with a cost of over $100M Sport NZ        Civil and facility: $11M
Council will build an athletics         Formal commitment in the           and a number of contributing stakeholders.
                                        2013-2016 TYP and                                                                Facility
track at Nga Puna Wai as part                                                                                            Stakeholders    From 2015
                                        2013/2014 Annual Plan and          If Council approves Nga Puna Wai as the
of a sporting hub based on an
                                        as part of a special               location detailed planning with stakeholders Community        OPEX: $640K pa
approved master plan, or, be
                                        consultative process               will be needed to develop a robust            Board
looking for an alternative.                                                                                                              Lifecycle: $134K pa
                                        undertaken in 2014.                masterplan and the agreed facilities over a
                                                                           extended timeframe of up to 50 years. Who User Groups         Civil lifecycle: $110K pa
                                                                           pays for what will be of primary interest.    Community       Depreciation and overheads not
                                                                                                                         Focus Groups    included




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                                                                                                                          Options for
                                                                           Level of significance? What                    consultation    Financial Implication
Key Change                             Reason                              investigations are needed?                     and             (If Any)
                                                                                                                          engagement


Facilities consented under the
provisions of the CER Act that                                            Low. There are not many facilities involved                    In Budget
Council decides have a permanent       Provisions of the CER Act and      and none that would have significent
                                                                                                                                         Council have committed
future need to be re-consented.        existing legislation (RMA, LGA     impediments of that lack community support. SCP
                                                                                                                                         to spending the proceeds
These include the High Performance     and RA).                                                                        Provisions of
                                                                          Further investegations are governed by                         of insurance at Rugby
Sport Centre at Jellie Park and AMI    The lease agreement with                                                        RMA, LGA and
                                                                          statute under the RMA, LGA and Reserves                        League Park ($270K) on
Stadium on Rugby League Park.          Rugby League over a                                                             Reserves act
                                                                          act. The district plan review may assist.                      re-establishing Rugby
Should AMI Stadium remain on           temporary stadium at Rugby         Should AMI Stadium remain on Rugby                             League on Rugby
                                                                                                                       District Plan
Rugby League Park past April 2016,     League Park ends in April          League Park past April 2016, Council will                      League Park orhelping
                                                                                                                       review
Council may have to consider           2016.                              have to consider investigating a future home                   them to find an
assisting Rugby League in finding a                                       for Rugby League.                                              alternative.
new home.

                                                                          High. This is a significent and expensive
                                       Council commitments in its         anchor project dependent on a resolution of
Council will need to determine its     Cost Sharing Agreement             a large insurance claim over the former AMI                    In budget (LTP)
role in the provision of a permanent   with Government. There is                                                         Government
                                                                          Stadium.
replacement stadium as described       much ambiguity in the                                                             CERA            CAPEX $253M
in the CCRP.                           agreement, clarity is              Further investegations include a complete
                                       needed over time.                  and detailed business case and a close
                                                                          relationship with Government.

                                                                                                                         Facility
                                                                          Low. Moderate cost, shared with the pitch      Stakeholders    In budget (proceeds of
                                       Earthquake damage and the          owners.                                                        insurance)
The Hockey Facility at Porritt Park
                                       geotechnical properties of the                                                    Community
will be demolished and the site                                           Investegations are limited to a project plan                   OPEX: $300 - $400K
                                       land rendering it unsuitable for                                                  Board
returned to parkland.                                                     and community engagement on the
                                       any built facilities.
                                                                          reinstatement.                                 Community
                                                                                                                         Focus Groups




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                                                                                                                            Options for
                                                                             Level of significance? What                    consultation   Financial Implication
Key Change                               Reason                              investigations are needed?                     and            (If Any)
                                                                                                                            engagement


                                                                            Low. A viable alternative is planned. The
The Wharenui Pool will be closed         The pool is between 35-40%         operators are fully aware and this has been    MOE             Potential Saving
when the Metro Sports Facility           NBS and at the end of its useful   signalled in Councils 2014 review of the                       CAPEX: $6-$11M
                                         life. The hall is under 34% and                                                   Wherenui Club
opens in 2020, the closed sports hall                                       Aquatic Facilities Plan.
will be repaired. The services           unable to be repaired. All                                                      Community         From 2018
                                         services can be provided from      Council’s vehicle for decision making is the
provided from the pool and hall will                                                                                     Board             OPEX: $30K pa
                                         the Metro which is within 2 km     2015-2025 LTP process. Investegations are
be provided from the Metro.                                                                                                                Lifecycle: $50Kpa
                                         away.                              needed on exactly how services are migrated
                                                                            between facilities.

The Rawhiti Golf Course will be                                                                                                            Saving
                                                                                                                           Rawhiti Club
operated by the Rawhiti Golf Club                                           Low. The level of service will continue.                       CAPEX: Up to $2M for
from September 2015. Council             The Rawhiti Golf Club are in a                                              Community             25 yr life
                                                                            A management agreement between the Club
intends to lease golf buildings to the   better position than council to                                             Board                 OPEX: $200K pa from
                                                                            and Council will be agreed. Council will
Club and grant the Club a licence to     operate the course.                                                                               2015
                                                                            followstandard process with any lease or User Groups
operate a golf course on the                                                                                                               Lifecycle: $50K pa from
                                                                            licence agreements it chooses to make.
existing course footprint.                                                                                           Affected stafff       2015

Council will seek expressions of
interest for the development and         The existing lease has expired     Low. The level of service will continue.       Lesees          Potential Saving
operation of a motor camp or             and Council wishes the motor                                                      Community       CAPEX: $2.3 - $3M
                                                                            An EOI process will be initiated when it can
similar on the site of the existing      camp services to continue at                                                      Board           OPEX: $10Kpa
                                                                            be informed by the emerging district plan
Motor Camp at South New                  no additional cost to rates.                                                                      Lifecycle: $20Kpa
                                                                            section on coastal erosion.                    Campers
Brighton.




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                                                                                                                     Options for
                                                                      Level of significance? What                    consultation    Financial Implication
Key Change                            Reason                          investigations are needed?                     and             (If Any)
                                                                                                                     engagement


                                                                     Low. Increased charges are usually
                                                                                                                    Sport NZ
                                                                     implemented over time with plenty of
                                      Existing user charges and      warning. Council and third party funding is    Sport
                                      Council subsidies are not      availiable to assist in offsetting costs.      Canterbury
Council will collect a wider range    sufficient to maintain or                                                                     Additional Revenue
and increased charges from users      improve sports fields to the   Council’s vehicle for decision making is the   Regional
of sports fields.                     required standard. A charge    2015-2025 LTP process. Investigations are      Sporting        $50K pa
                                      will act as a tool to manage   needed on the nature of changed charges        Organisations
                                      inefficient use of fields.     and sources of assistance for user groups.
                                                                                                                    Philanthropic
                                                                     Benchmaarking with other cities will be
                                                                                                                    funders
                                                                     completed.

                                                                                                                    Facility        In budget
                                                                                                                    Stakeholders
                                                                     Moderate. Level of service and financial                       CAPEX: 23M (2017)
The Western Recreation and
                                                                     implications are not well understood, location Community
Sports Centre probably located        Formal commitment in the                                                                      From 2018
                                                                     and scope will have not been agreed.           Board
around Hornby will be opened in       2013-2016 TYP and
                                                                                                                    Community       OPEX: $1.4M pa
2019.                                 2013/2014 Annual Plan.         Further investegations needed on location,
                                                                     scope detailed design, programming and         Focus Groups    Lifecycle: $460K pa
                                                                     operation.                                     Annual Plans,   Depreciation and overheads not
                                                                                                                    LTP             included


                                                                                                                    Facility        In budget
                                                                     Moderate. Level of service and financial       Stakeholders
A Recreation and Sports Centre                                       implications are not well understood, location Community       CAPEX: 17M
located in the Linwood/Woolston       Commitment in the 2015/2025    and scope will have not been agreed.           Board           OPEX: $0.9M pa
area will be opened by the close of   Long Term Plan                 Further investegations needed on location,     Community
2018.                                                                                                                               Lifecycle: $300K pa
                                                                     scope detailed design, programming and         Focus Groups
                                                                                                                                    Depreciation and overheads not
                                                                     operation.                                     Annual Plans,   included
                                                                                                                    LTP




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                                                                                                                                Options for
                                                                             Level of significance? What                        consultation    Financial Implication
Key Change                               Reason                              investigations are needed?                         and             (If Any)
                                                                                                                                engagement


                                         Significant damage was done                                                      Government
                                         to Council’s facilities at Kerrs   Moderate. This could be a significent and     CERA
                                         Reach in the 2010 and 2011         expensive project dependent on a resolution Annual Plans,
Council will need to determine its       quakes. There may be               of a number of major hydrological issues and LTP
role, if any, in the provision of flat   opportunities to replace or        the Governments intentions for the red zone.
                                                                                                                          Sport NZ             None forseen
water facilities around the river        develop flat water facilities as   Further investegations include a complete
Avon                                     part of hydrological planning                                                    Environment
                                                                            and detailed business case and a close        Canterbury
                                         for the Avon and the decision      relationship with Government informing a full
                                         making process for the Red                                                       Ngai Tahu
                                                                            community consultation.
                                         Zone.

                                         There is increased opportunity
                                         for partnerships with the MOE
                                         over the community use of                                                             MOE
                                         school pools and other             Low. Council have only committed to an             Sport
                                         sporting facilities. These         investegation.                                     Canterbury
School pool and sports facility          facilities are often in local
partnerships with schools will be        communities of need.               Full recreation and sport facility investigation   Regional        None forseen
investigated on an ongoing basis.        Increased opportunity exists       process needed. Council’s vehicle for              Sporting
                                         due to the MOE rebuild             decision making is the 2015-2025 LTP and           Organisations
                                         programme and changed              subsequent annual plan processes.
                                                                                                                               Community
                                         provision of schools in                                                               Board
                                         Christchurch following the
                                         quake.

Avebury Park paddling pool will be
                                         Pool was extensively damaged       Low. Level of service implications are well
repaired. Woodham Park, Abberley
                                         in the earthquake. Repair will     known.
Park and Edgar MacIntosh Park will                                                                                             LTP
                                         be complete by December
not be replaced at the end of their                                         All invesategations are complete.
                                         2015.
useful life. (10 years plus)




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3 Activity description
3.1 Focusing on what we want to achieve
Council undertakes activities in order to deliver on the community outcomes for Christchurch. The
outcomes that relate most directly to the management of the city’s Recreation and Sport Facilities network
are that:
 • People have equitable access to parks, open spaces, recreation facilities and libraries.
 • There is increasing participation in recreation and sporting activities.
 • Christchurch is recognised as a great place to work, live, visit, invest and do business.
 • Services are available locally within the urban areas.
 • Central City is being used by a wide range of people for an increasing range of activities.

Council is aiming to encourage more people to be more active more often. This improves quality of life,
helps build strong communities, promotes personal health and wellbeing, develops lifelong physical and
social skills and reduces anti-social and self destructive behaviour. Great recreation and sport facilities act
as a stimulus for the economy and act as an incentive to attract families to Christchurch.

3.2 How we will know we are achieving the outcomes
We will know we are achieving the above outcomes when we see the following results:

•   The provision of recreation and sport facilities that give all members of the community the opportunity
    to participate and enjoy recreation and sport. Participation exceeds pre-quake levels.
•   Council facilities that effectively complement the existing (non-Council) network of facility provision,
    particularly where other organisations are unable to meet identified community need.
•   Facilities that are well utilised, sustainable and perform well where benchmarked against others
    nationwide.
•   Strong and sustainable community recreation and sporting of organisations that effectively deliver
    recreation and sport activities to the community and enhance the opportunities available.
•   Christchurch residents and visitors are choosing the central city as a destination for recreation and
    sport.

3.3      What services we provide
This activity includes the following services:

 • Multi-purpose recreation and sport centres, swimming pools, stadia and other recreation and sporting
   facilities. Facilities provided at a city-wide and local level as appropriate.
 • A Metro Sports Facility in the City Centre.
 • Facility based recreational and sporting programmes and activities.
 • Accessible community-based recreational and sporting programmes and events
 • Capacity building of recreation and sport through community organisations and individuals at all levels.




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3.4 Benefits and Funding Sources

3.4.1 Who Benefits?




Who benefits?                         Key:

Individual                            Full

Identifiable part of the community    Majority

Whole community                       Some


Explanatory Comments:




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3.4.2 Who pays?




Funding -                 Other revenue             General rate             Targeted rate
Fees / User               Grants &
Charges                   Subsidies
         49%                       0%                       51%                      0%
         Some                                             Majority

Note, Funding Split % is derived from the ‘Summary of Cost for Activity’ ( section 13).



Key:                                                                                             Typically
Full           All or almost all the cost is funded from that source. If the comment is           95%+
               made in the general or targeted rate columns it does not preclude making
               minor charges for the service but indicates that the charges are a
               negligible part of the fund.
Majority       The majority of the activity is funded from this source.                           50%+
Some           Some revenue is derived from this source.
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4 Levels of service and performance measures
Table 4-1 summarises the levels of service and performance measures for the Recreation and Sport Facilities activity. . Shaded rows are the levels of service and
performance measures to be included in the Long Term Plan. Non-shaded rows are non-LTP management level measures, agreed with and reported to Council but
not included as part of the community consulted document.

Table 4-1

                              Results           Method of                                             Future Performance (targets)                   Future
   Performance                                                                                                                                   Performance
                            (Activities will
                                               Measurement
 Standards Levels                              (We will know we      Current                                                                      (targets) by
    of Service               contribute to
                                                are meeting the    Performance   Benchmarks     Year 1            Year 2           Year 3           Year 10
                            these results,
                            strategies and      level of service
    (we provide)                                     if…..)                                                                                         2024/25
                              legislation)                                                      2015/16          2016/17          2017/18

Multi-purpose recreation and sport centres, swimming pools, stadia and other recreation and sporting facilities




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                              Results                Method of                                                                   Future Performance (targets)                                  Future
   Performance                                      Measurement                                                                                                                            Performance
 Standards Levels           (Activities will                                                                                                                                                (targets) by
                                                    (We will know we            Current           Benchmarks
    of Service               contribute to
                                                     are meeting the          Performance                                 Year 1                Year 2                 Year 3                 Year 10
                            these results,
                            strategies and           level of service
    (we provide)                                          if…..)                                                                                                                              2024/25
                              legislation)                                                                                2015/16               2016/17                2017/18
                                                                                                      7.0.1.1              7.0.1.1                7.0.1.1                7.0.1.1               7.0.1.1
7.0.1      Provide          Multi-purpose           7.0.1.1                  7.0.1.1              Availability       Graham Condon,         Graham Condon,         Graham Condon,         Graham Condon,
           residents        recreation and                                                        (m2 x               Jellie Park and        Jellie Park and        Jellie Park and          Jellie Park,
           access to fit-   sport centres,         Multi-purpose             3 multi-purpose
                                                   recreation and sport      recreation and       hours/population)      Pioneer :               Pioneer:         Pioneer and QEII:        Pioneer, Metro
           for-purpose      swimming pools,                                                       Indoor pool:      Open 364 days per      Open 364 days per      Open 364 days per        Sports Facility,
                            stadia and other       centres are open and      sport centres:
           recreation and                                                                         Christchurch 0.74         year                   year                   year             North East and
           sporting         recreation and         availiable (opening       Graham Condon,
                                                   hours subject to          Jellie Park and      Manukau 0.83       99-106 hrs/week        99-106 hrs/week        99-106 hrs/week            Western,
           facilities       sporting facilities.                                                  Waitakare 1.38    Monday to Friday:      Monday to Friday:      Monday to Friday:      Woolston/Linwood:
                            Facilities provided    maintenance, public       Pioneer
                                                   holiday schedules and                          Hutt City 1.79      5.30am-9.30pm          5.30am-9.30pm          5.30am-9.30pm        Open 364 days per
                            at a city-wide and                               Open 364 days per    Wellington 2.41   Saturday/Sunday:       Saturday/Sunday:       Saturday/Sunday:               year
                            local level as         rebuild priorities
                                                                             year                                     7.00am-8.00pm          7.00am-8.00pm          7.00am-8.00pm         99-106 hrs/week
                            appropriate.                                                          Indoor court:       (opening hours         (opening hours         (opening hours       Monday to Friday:
                                                   General Manager has
                                                                             106 hrs/week         Christchurch 1.48      subject to             subject to             subject to          5.30am-9.30pm
                            A Metro Sports         discretion to amend
                            Facility in the City   opening hours (+/- 1      7 days/week          Manukau 2.56         maintenance,           maintenance,           maintenance,        Saturday/Sunday:
                            Centre.                hr/day) for the multi-                         Wellington 7.11      public holiday         public holiday         public holiday        7.00am-8.00pm
                                                   purpose recreation and    (opening hours       Dunedin 11.05       schedules and           schedules and          schedules and         (opening hours
                            Christchurch           sport centres with no     subject to                              rebuild priorities)    rebuild priorities)    rebuild priorities)        subject to
                            residents and          net negative impact on    maintenance,         Space                                                                                     maintenance,
                            visitors are           operational expenditure   public holiday       (m2/1000                                                                                  public holiday
                            choosing the                                     schedules and        population)                                                                              schedules and
                            central city as a                                rebuild priorities   Indoor pool:                                                                            rebuild priorities)
                            destination for                                                       Manukau 9.97
                            recreation and                                                        Waitakare 12.58
                            sport.                                                                Christchurch 6.98
                                                                                                  Hutt City 20.34
                            Facility based                                                        Wellington 22.96
                            recreational and
                            sporting                                                              Indoor court:
                            programmes and                                                        Christchurch 14.0
                            activities.                                                           Manukau 30.8
                                                                                                  Wellington 84.6
                                                                                                  Dunedin 153.5




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                              Results                Method of                                                                    Future Performance (targets)                                    Future
   Performance                                      Measurement                                                                                                                               Performance
 Standards Levels           (Activities will                                                                                                                                                   (targets) by
                                                    (We will know we           Current           Benchmarks
    of Service               contribute to
                                                     are meeting the         Performance                                   Year 1                  Year 2                  Year 3                Year 10
                            these results,
                            strategies and           level of service
    (we provide)                                          if…..)                                                                                                                                  2024/25
                              legislation)                                                                                2015/16                 2016/17                 2017/18

 7.0.1     Provide          Multi-purpose                  7.0.1.2               7.0.1.2             7.0.1.2               7.0.1.2                 7.0.1.2                 7.0.1.2                 7.0.1.2
 (cont)    residents        recreation and
                                                   5 public outdoor pools,   5 public outdoor   See the
           access to fit-   sport centres,                                                                           Five public outdoor     Five public outdoor     Five public outdoor     Six public outdoor
                                                   Jellie Park, Lyttelton,   pools open         benchmarks in
           for-purpose      swimming pools,                                                                              pools open              pools open              pools open              pools open
                                                   Waltham, Halswell,        seasonally;        subsection 7.0.1.1
           recreation and   stadia and other                                                                             seasonally:             seasonally:             seasonally:            seasonally:
                                                   Templeton 5 public        Jellie Park,       above
           sporting         recreation and
                                                   outdoor pools open        Lyttelton,                                  Jellie Park,            Jellie Park,            Jellie Park,            Jellie Park,
           facilities       sporting facilities.
                                                   seasonally and            Waltham,                                Lyttelton, Halswell ,   Lyttelton, Halswell ,   Lyttelton, Halswell ,   Lyttelton, Halswell,
                            Facilities provided
                                                   available (opening        Halswell,                                 Templeton and           Templeton and           Templeton and              Linwood /
                            at a city-wide and
                                                   hours subject to          Templeton                                    Waltham;                Waltham;                Waltham;                Woolston,
                            local level as
                                                   maintenance, public       (Lyttelton &                             open Nov to Mar         open Nov to Mar         open Nov to Mar          Templeton and
                            appropriate.
                                                   holiday schedules and     Waltham closed                                                                                                       Waltham;
                                                                             pending repair)                              (subject to             (subject to             (subject to
                            Facility based         rebuild priorities                                                   maintenance,            maintenance,            maintenance,          open Nov to Mar
                            recreational and                                                                            public holiday          public holiday          public holiday           (subject to
                            sporting                                                                                   schedules and           schedules and           schedules and           maintenance,
                            programmes and                                                                            rebuild priorities)     rebuild priorities)     rebuild priorities)      public holiday
                            activities.                                                                                                                                                       schedules and
                                                                                                                                                                                             rebuild priorities)


 7.0.1     Provide          Multi-purpose                7.0.1.3                 7.0.1.3             7.0.1.3               7.0.1.3                 7.0.1.3                 7.0.1.3                 7.0.1.3
 (cont)    residents        recreation and
                                                                             2 community
           access to fit-   sport centres,        Community outdoor                             None, two unique      Two community           Two community           Two community           Two community
                                                                             outdoor pools
           for-purpose      swimming pools,      pools; Governors Bay,                          community pools.     outdoor pools open      outdoor pools open      outdoor pools open      outdoor pools open
                                                                             open seasonally;
           recreation and   stadia and other     Port Levy, are provided                                                 seasonally:             seasonally:             seasonally:             seasonally:
                                                                             Governors Bay,
           sporting         recreation and        with a grant to assist
                                                                             Port Levy                                 Governors Bay,      Governors Bay,      Governors Bay,      Governors Bay,
           facilities       sporting facilities.  their operation by a
                            Facilities provided    local management                                                        Port Levy           Port Levy           Port Levy           Port Levy
                            at a city-wide and   committee. (subject to                                                    (subject to         (subject to         (subject to         (subject to
                            local level as        maintenance, public                                                maintenance, public maintenance, public maintenance, public maintenance, public
                            appropriate.         holiday schedules and                                                holiday schedules   holiday schedules   holiday schedules   holiday schedules
                                                    rebuild priorities)                                                   and rebuild         and rebuild         and rebuild         and rebuild
                                                                                                                           priorities)         priorities)         priorities)         priorities)




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                              Results                Method of                                                                      Future Performance (targets)                                  Future
   Performance                                      Measurement                                                                                                                               Performance
 Standards Levels           (Activities will                                                                                                                                                   (targets) by
                                                    (We will know we            Current             Benchmarks
    of Service               contribute to
                                                     are meeting the          Performance                                    Year 1                 Year 2                 Year 3                Year 10
                            these results,
                            strategies and           level of service
    (we provide)                                          if…..)                                                                                                                                  2024/25
                              legislation)                                                                                  2015/16                2016/17                2017/18

 7.0.1     Provide          Multi-purpose          7.0.1.4                   7.0.1.4                    7.0.1.4               7.0.1.4                7.0.1.4                7.0.1.4                7.0.1.4
 (cont)    residents        recreation and
           access to fit-   sport centres,         New Brighton,             9 paddling pools       None                 8 paddling pools       8 paddling pools       8 paddling pools            Abberley,
           for-purpose      swimming pools,        Scarborough, Spenser,     open seasonally;                            open seasonally:       open seasonally:       open seasonally:         Woodham and
           recreation and   stadia and other       Abberley, Botanic         (6 closed pending                           open Nov to Mar        open Nov to Mar        open Nov to Mar       Edgar mackintosh
           sporting         recreation and         Gardens, Edgar            facility rebuild                              New Brighton,          New Brighton,          New Brighton,       will not be replaced
           facilities       sporting facilities.   MacIntosh, Woodham        prioritisation and                            Scarborough,           Scarborough,           Scarborough,         at the end of their
                            Facilities provided    paddling pools are        repair)                                    Spenser, Abberley,     Spenser, Abberley,     Spenser, Abberley,              life.
                            at a city-wide and     open Nov to Mar                                                       Avebury, Botanic       Avebury, Botanic       Avebury, Botanic
                                                                         New Brighton,                                    Gardens, Edgar         Gardens, Edgar         Gardens, Edgar
                            local level as
                                                   Avebury and Sockburn, Scarborough,                                       MacIntosh,             MacIntosh,             MacIntosh,
                            appropriate                                  Spenser, Abberley,
                                                   paddling pools closed                                                Woodham (subject       Woodham (subject       Woodham (subject
                                                                         Botanic Gardens,                                to maintenance,        to maintenance,        to maintenance,
                                                                         Edgar MacIntosh,                                  public holiday         public holiday         public holiday
                                                                         Woodham are                                      schedules and          schedules and          schedules and
                                                                         currently open                                  rebuild priorities)    rebuild priorities)    rebuild priorities)


 7.0.1     Provide          Multi-purpose                    7.0.1.5               7.0.1.5              7.0.1.5               7.0.1.5                7.0.1.5                7.0.1.5                7.0.1.5
 (cont)    residents        recreation and
                                                                              4 stadia available   See the
           access to fit-   sport centres,          Five stadia Cowles,                                                 Five stadia Cowles, Five stadia Cowles, Five stadia Cowles, Five stadia Cowles,
                                                                              364 days/year        benchmarks in
           for-purpose      swimming pools,         Hagley, Lyttelton,                                                   Lyttelton, Pioneer,  Lyttelton, Pioneer,  Pioneer, Graham      Lyttelton, Pioneer,
                                                                              Cowles, Pioneer,     subsection 7.0.1.1
           recreation and   stadia and other        Pioneer, Graham                                                       Graham Condon        Graham Condon      Condon Hagley and      Graham Condon
                                                                              Graham Condon        above
           sporting         recreation and          Condon available for                                                Hagley available for Hagley available for    Nga Puna Wai      Hagley available for
                                                                              Hagley (Lyttelton
           facilities       sporting facilities.    hire 364 days per year                                               hire 364 days per    hire 364 days per     available for hire  hire 364 days per
                                                                              closed pending
                            Facilities provided     (subject to                                                           year (subject to     year (subject to    364 days per year     year (subject to
                                                                              facility repair)
                            at a city-wide and      maintenance, public                                                 maintenance, public maintenance, public        (subject to     maintenance, public
                            local level as          holiday schedules and                                                holiday schedules    holiday schedules maintenance, public holiday schedules
                            appropriate.            rebuild priorities)                                                      and rebuild          and rebuild      holiday schedules        and rebuild
                                                                                                                              priorities)          priorities)         and rebuild           priorities)
                            Facility based                                                                                                                              priorities)
                            recreational and
                            sporting
                            programmes and
                            activities.




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                              Results                Method of                                                                 Future Performance (targets)                             Future
   Performance                                      Measurement                                                                                                                     Performance
 Standards Levels           (Activities will                                                                                                                                         (targets) by
                                                    (We will know we          Current             Benchmarks
    of Service               contribute to
                                                     are meeting the        Performance                                  Year 1               Year 2              Year 3               Year 10
                            these results,
                            strategies and           level of service
    (we provide)                                          if…..)                                                                                                                       2024/25
                              legislation)                                                                              2015/16              2016/17             2017/18
                                                           7.0.1.6              7.0.1.6                7.0.1.6            7.0.1.6             7.0.1.6             7.0.1.6                7.0.1.8
 7.0.1     Provide          Multi-purpose                                                         None QEII           QEII Fitness @      QEII Fitness @      QEII Fitness @         QEII Fitness @
 (cont)    residents        recreation and         QEII Fitness @           1 fitness centre:     Fitness @              Parklands:          Parklands:          Parklands:          Parklands will
           access to fit-   sport centres,         Parklands is open and    QEII Fitness @        Parklands is a     Open 364 days per   Open 364 days per   Open 364 days per     close when the NE
           for-purpose      swimming pools,        availiable (opening      Parklands             temporary facility        year                year                year             Recreation and
           recreation and   stadia and other       hours subject to                               opened because      70-84 hrs/week      70-84 hrs/week      70-84 hrs/week        Sports Centre is
           sporting         recreation and         maintenance, public      Open 84
                                                                                                  QEII Recreation        Monday to           Monday to           Monday to          opened in 2018.
           facilities       sporting facilities.   holiday schedules and    hrs/week, 7
                                                                                                  and Sports             Thursday:           Thursday:           Thursday:
                            Facilities provided    rebuild priorities       days/week, 364
                                                                                                  Centre due to the   6.00am-9.00pm       6.00am-9.00pm       6.00am-9.00pm
                            at a city-wide and                              days/yr
                                                   QEII Fitness @                                 effects of the          Friday:             Friday:             Friday:
                            local level as                                                        quake.              6.00am-6.00pm       6.00am-6.00pm       6.00am-6.00pm
                                                   Parklands is a           (opening hours
                            appropriate.                                                                             Saturday/Sunday:    Saturday/Sunday:    Saturday/Sunday:
                                                   temporary facility       subject to
                            Facility based         operating until the NE   satisfactory levels                       8.00am-2.00pm       8.00am-2.00pm       8.00am-2.00pm
                            recreational and       Recreation and Sport     of demand,
                                                                            maintenance,                              (opening hours      (opening hours      (opening hours
                            sporting               Centre is built and
                                                                            public holiday                                subject to          subject to          subject to
                            programmes and         opened. Continued                                                 satisfactory levels satisfactory levels satisfactory levels
                            activities.            operation during this    schedules and
                                                                            rebuild priorities)                          of demand,          of demand,          of demand,
                                                   period is subject to                                             maintenance, public maintenance, public maintenance, public
                                                   ongoing satisfactory                                              holiday schedules   holiday schedules   holiday schedules
                                                   community demand.                                                     and rebuild         and rebuild         and rebuild
                                                                                                                          priorities)         priorities)         priorities)




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                              Results                Method of                                                                      Future Performance (targets)                                 Future
   Performance                                      Measurement                                                                                                                              Performance
 Standards Levels           (Activities will                                                                                                                                                  (targets) by
                                                    (We will know we             Current            Benchmarks
    of Service               contribute to
                                                     are meeting the           Performance                                   Year 1                 Year 2                Year 3                Year 10
                            these results,
                            strategies and           level of service
    (we provide)                                          if…..)                                                                                                                                 2024/25
                              legislation)                                                                                   2015/16               2016/17               2017/18

 7.0.1     Provide                                 7.0.1.7                    7.0.1.7                   7.0.1.7               7.0.1.7               7.0.1.7                7.0.1.7               7.0.1.7
 (cont)    residents                                                                               See the                                                                                  Wharenui Pool will
           access to fit-   Multi-purpose          The following facilities   16 leased sporting                          Sixteen sporting      Sixteen sporting      Sixteen sporting
                            recreation and                                                         benchmarks in                                                                             close when the
           for-purpose                             are leased to provide      and recreation                               and recreation        and recreation        and recreation
                            sport centres,                                    facilities           subsection 7.0.1.1                                                                         Metro Sports
           recreation and                          recreational and                                                     facilities maintained facilities maintained facilities maintained
                            swimming pools,        sporting services                               above                                                                                      facility opens
           sporting                                                              Belfast Pool,                            and available for     and available for     and available for
           facilities       stadia and other                                                                                     lease                 lease                 lease
                            recreation and               Belfast Pool,        Cuthbert’s Green,                                                                                      Council will assist
                            sporting facilities.      Cuthbert’s Green,         Denton Park,                                                                                        Canterbury Rugby
                                                                                                                          (opening hours      (opening hours      (opening hours
                            Facilities provided     Denton Park, English        English Park,                                                                                       League in finding a
                                                                                                                              subject to          subject to          subject to
                            at a city-wide and     Park, Fencing Centre,       Fencing Centre,                                                                                         new home or
                                                                                                                        maintenance, public maintenance, public maintenance, public
                            local level as            QEII Park, Rugby        QEII Park, Rugby                                                                                       continue to lease
                                                                                                                         holiday schedules   holiday schedules   holiday schedules
                            appropriate.                League Park,            League Park,                                                                                          Rugby League
                                                                                                                             and rebuild         and rebuild         and rebuild
                                                      Sockburn Squash,        Sockburn Squash,                                                                                      Park to Canterbury
                                                                                                                              priorities          priorities          priorities
                            Facility based           Wharenui, Wigram             Wharenui,                                                                                           Rugby League
                            recreational and          Gym, Rawhiti Golf         Wigram Gym,                                                                                              when the
                            sporting               closing 2016), Spencer        Rawhiti Golf                                                                                           Temporary
                            programmes and            Park Camp, South          Spencer Park                                                                                           Stadium is no
                            activities.                Brighton Camp,            Camp South                                                                                           longer needed.
                                                     Duvauchelle Camp,         Brighton Camp
                                                     Okains Bay Camp,            Duvauchelle
                                                      Pigeon Bay Camp           Camp, Okains
                                                                                  Bay Camp,
                                                   Update per adoption        Pigeon Bay Camp
                                                      of final LTP




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                                 Results               Method of                                                                Future Performance (targets)                                   Future
   Performance                                        Measurement                                                                                                                          Performance
 Standards Levels              (Activities will                                                                                                                                             (targets) by
                                                      (We will know we            Current     Benchmarks
    of Service                  contribute to
                                                       are meeting the          Performance                             Year 1                  Year 2                 Year 3                 Year 10
                               these results,
                               strategies and          level of service
    (we provide)                                            if…..)                                                                                                                            2024/25
                                 legislation)                                                                           2015/16                2016/17                 2017/18
                                                      7.0.2.1                   7.0.2.1
 7.0.2     Provide well         Increase                                                      7.0.2.1                    7.0.2.1                 7.0.2.1                7.0.2.1                7.0.2.1
           utilised facility    participation in     Maintain accurate and      2013/14:      Total visits
           based                recreation and       current data on all        3,680,297     Manukau                 The number of        The number of        The number of         The number of
           recreational         sporting             facility, programme and    2012/13:      3.34 million          participants using   participants using   participants using    participants using
           and sporting         activities.          service admissions.        3,596,279     Hutt City                multipurpose         multipurpose         multipurpose          multipurpose
           programmes                                                           2011/12:      0.99 million         recreation and sport recreation and sport recreation and sport recreation and sport
           and activities       Facilities that       Cross reference                                                centres, outdoor     centres, outdoor     centres, outdoor      centres, outdoor
                                                                                2,837,579     Wellington
                                are well utilised,    against city population                                        pools and stadia:    pools and stadia:    pools and stadia: pools and stadia will
                                                                                2010/11:      2.02 million
                                sustainable and       and other                 3,045,541     Christchurch                                                                        rise as new facilities
                                perform well          demographic                                                      2015/2016:           2016/2017:           2017/2018:            are opened.
                                                                                2009/10:      3.68 million
                                where                 information
                                                                                4,711,171                          At least 3.32 million   At least 3.4 million   At least 3.43 million
                                benchmarked
                                against others
                                nationwide.
                                                                                              7.0.2.2                    7.0.2.2                 7.0.2.2                7.0.2.2

                                                                                                                       2015/2016:             2016/2017:              2017/2018:
                                                                                              Visits to aquatic
                                                                                              facilities/head of   At least 4.82 visits    At least 4.82 visits   At least 4.82 visits
                                                                                              population:               to aquatic              to aquatic             to aquatic
                                                                                              Manukau               facilities/head of      facilities/head of     facilities/head of
                                                                                              5.19                      population              population             population
                                                                                              Wellington
                                                                                              6.88
                                                                                              Hutt City                                                                                        7.0.2.3
                                                                                              7.24                       7.0.2.3                 7.0.2.3                7.0.2.3
                                                                                              Christchurch                                                                                   2024/2025
                                                                                              4.85                     2015/2016               2016/2017              2017/2018
                                                                                                                                                                                           At least 107,000
                                                                                              Christchurch Pre       At least 100,000       At least 100,000       At least 100,000        participations in
                                                                                              Quake                  participations in      participations in      participations in      Swimsafe lessons
                                                                                              6.75                  Swimsafe lessons       Swimsafe lessons       Swimsafe lessons




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                              Results               Method of                                                                      Future Performance (targets)                               Future
   Performance                                     Measurement                                                                                                                            Performance
 Standards Levels           (Activities will                                                                                                                                               (targets) by
                                                   (We will know we           Current              Benchmarks
    of Service               contribute to
                                                    are meeting the         Performance                                     Year 1                Year 2                Year 3               Year 10
                            these results,
                            strategies and          level of service
    (we provide)                                         if…..)                                                                                                                               2024/25
                              legislation)                                                                                 2015/16               2016/17               2017/18

 7.0.3     Support                                 7.0.3                   7.0.3                   7.0.3                     7.0.3                 7.0.3                 7.0.3                  7.0.3
           community         Strong and
           based             sustainable                                   4000 hrs of staff         There are no      4000 staff hours of   4000 staff hours of   4000 staff hours of   4000 staff hours of
           organisations     community                                     support provided to     relevant national   support provided to   support provided to   support provided to   support provided to
           and networks      recreation and                                greater than 100         standards and         at least 100          at least 100          at least 100           at least 100
           to develop,       sporting of                                   organisations             benchmarks.         organisations         organisations         organisations          organisations
           promote and       organisations
           deliver           that effectively                              Hours to be
           recreation and    deliver                                       adjusted in line with
           sport in          recreation and                                CEO office – CRA
           Christchurch                                                    & events
                             sport activities to
                             the community
                             and enhance the
                             opportunities
                             available.

                                                   7.0.7                                           7.0.7
 7.0.7     Deliver a high    Christchurch is                               7.0.7                                             7.0.7                 7.0.7                 7.0.7                  7.0.7
           level of          recognised as a       Customers are                                   5.8 score
           customer          great place to                                5.6 score of                                   At least 80% of      At least 80% of      At least 80% of     At least 82.5% of
                                                   surveyed annually in    customer                average for
           satisfaction      work, live, visit,    accordance with the                             participating          customers are        customers are        customers are        customers are
           with the range    invest and do                                 satisfaction with                             satisfied with the   satisfied with the   satisfied with the   satisfied with the
                                                   CERM international      range and quality       Australasian
           and quality of    business.             benchmarking survey.                            facilities          range and quality of range and quality of range and quality of range and quality of
           facilities        Facilities that                               of facilities (CERM                                facilities           facilities           facilities           facilities
                                                   satisfaction with the   international
                             are well utilised,                                                    (CERM
                             sustainable and                               benchmark on a 7                             (5.6 on a 7 point     (5.6 on a 7 point     (5.6 on a 7 point       Reflects new
                                                                           point scale)            international       scale using CERM      scale using CERM      scale using CERM      facilities coming on
                             perform well                                                          benchmark)
                             where                                                                                        international         international         international                line
                             benchmarked                                                                                  benchmark)            benchmark)            benchmark)
                             against others
                             nationwide




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                               Results              Method of                                                                    Future Performance (targets)                                    Future
   Performance                                     Measurement                                                                                                                               Performance
 Standards Levels            (Activities will                                                                                                                                                 (targets) by
                                                   (We will know we           Current            Benchmarks
    of Service                contribute to
                                                    are meeting the         Performance                                  Year 1                  Year 2                  Year 3                 Year 10
                             these results,
                             strategies and         level of service
    (we provide)                                         if…..)                                                                                                                                  2024/25
                               legislation)                                                                             2015/16                 2016/17                 2017/18
                                                                                                                           7.0.6.1                 7.0.6.1                 7.0.6.1                 7.0.6.1
 7.0.6     Provide            Meet legal           7.0.6                    7.0.6                7.0.6              Maintain PoolSafe       Maintain PoolSafe       Maintain PoolSafe       Maintain PoolSafe
           facilities that    obligations in                                                                        accreditation for all   accreditation for all   accreditation for all   accreditation for all
           have current       respect of public    Enrolment in the         PoolSafe             National
                                                                                                                       eligible pools          eligible pools          eligible pools          eligible pools
           PoolSafe           and employee         Poolsafe scheme.         accreditation        Standard through
           accreditation      safety under the     Yearly audit and site    maintained for all   Water Safety
           and meet           HSEA                 visit,                   eligible pools       New Zealand and
           national                                                                              NZRA
                                                   Water treatment and      Comply with                                   7.0.6.2                 7.0.6.2                 7.0.6.2                 7.0.6.2
           standards for      Maintain
                              industry             testing that meets the   national standards   Poolsafe
           water quality                                                                                            Pool water quality      Pool water quality      Pool water quality      Pool water quality
                              standards            requirement of NZS       for pool water       accreditation
                                                                                                                     standards are at        standards are at        standards are at        standards are at
                              benchmarked          5826                     quality. NZS         maintained
                                                                            5826-2010 at 85%                        least 85% of NZS        least 85% of NZS        least 85% of NZS        least 85% of NZS
                              nationwide                                                                                5826-2010               5826-2010               5826-2010               5826-2010
                                                   Weekly water tests by                         NZS 5826-2010
                              including facility
                                                   an independent                                at 85%
                              operation, pool
                                                   accredited laboratory.
                              supervision,
                              care of children,
                              water quality,
                              responding to
                              emergencies;
                              audited by
                              Water Safety
                              New Zealand




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                                  Results              Method of                                                                  Future Performance (targets)                                    Future
   Performance                                        Measurement                                                                                                                             Performance
 Standards Levels               (Activities will                                                                                                                                               (targets) by
                                                      (We will know we          Current            Benchmarks
    of Service                   contribute to
                                                       are meeting the        Performance                                 Year 1                  Year 2                  Year 3                 Year 10
                                these results,
                                strategies and         level of service
    (we provide)                                            if…..)                                                                                                                                2024/25
                                  legislation)                                                                           2015/16                 2016/17                 2017/18
           Achieve a cost                                                    7.0.9                 7.0.9                    7.0.9.1                 7.0.9.1                 7.0.9.1
 7.0.9     efficient level of    Benchmarking         7.0.9                                                               The cost of             The cost of             The cost of          The nett cost of
           service for           indicates that                              $1.86 per visitor     Manukau             service delivery        service delivery        service delivery       service per visitor
                                 the Council          The nett cost of                                                                                                                       and per resident is
           recreation                                                        $14.04 per resident   $0.90/visitor      for recreation and      for recreation and      for recreation and
                                 provides a cost      service delivery is                                                                                                                    expected to rise as
           and sport                                                                               $8.01/resident       sport facilities:       sport facilities:       sport facilities:
                                 efficient level of   divided by the total                                                                                                                   additional facilities
           facilities                                                        Christchurch                              Less than $2.20         Less than $2.20         Less than $2.20
                                 service              visitors and total     Pre Quake             Hutt City                                                                                   come on line in
                                                                                                                           per visitor             per visitor             per visitor
                                 compared with        residents                                                                                                                              2018 and beyond.
                                                                             $2.32/visitor         $1.24/visitor
                                 similar                                     $16.72/resident       $11.99/resident          7.0.9.2                 7.0.9.2                 7.0.9.2
                                 operations                                                                               The cost of             The cost of             The cost of
                                 within New                                                        Wellington          service delivery        service delivery        service delivery
                                 Zealand.                                                          $2.28/visitor      for recreation and      for recreation and      for recreation and
                                                                                                   $23.32/resident      sport facilities:       sport facilities:       sport facilities:

                                                                                                   Christchurch      Less than $18.65        Less than $18.65        Less than $18.65
                                                                                                   $1.86/visitor       per resident            per resident            per resident
                                                                                                   $14.04/resident

                                                                                                   7.0.10                  7.0.10
 7.0.10    Achieve a cost        Benchmarking         7.0.10                 7.0.10                                                                7.0.10                  7.0.10              The nett cost of
           efficient level of    indicates that                                                    Hutt City                                                                                  service per visitor
           service for           the Council          The nett cost of       $2.25 per swim/                         The cost of service     The cost of service     The cost of service     and per resident is
                                                                                                   $2.28/swim
           aquatic facilities    provides a cost      service delivery is    participation                           delivery for aquatic    delivery for aquatic    delivery for aquatic    expected to rise as
                                 efficient level of   divided by the total                                           facilities :less than   facilities: less than   facilities: less than   additional facilities
                                                                                                   Manukau
                                 service              visitors to aquatic                                            $2.81 per aquatic/      $2.81 per aquatic/      $2.81 per aquatic/        come on line in
                                                                             Christchurch          $2.42/swim
                                 compared with        facilities                                                         participation           participation           participation       2018 and beyond.
                                                                             Pre Quake
                                 similar                                     $3.34/swim            Wellington
                                 operations                                                        $2.89/swim
                                 within New
                                 Zealand.                                                          Christchurch
                                                                                                   $2.25 per swim/
                                                                                                   participation




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