Since joining Generation Zero, Pippa has been involved in several projects; including representing the Generation Zero team at BlueGreens, attending several School Climate Strikes and taking on the role of OUSA President for the Generation Zero, Dunedin division. Pippa is an all-round enthusiastic and conscientious person who is passionate about waste management as well as public transport and safety. 

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  • followed 2020 Dunedin City Council Plan 2020-04-09 16:23:55 +1200

    2020 Dunedin City Council Plan

    The DCC’s Annual Plan is a proposed plan which sets up the annual budget for 2020-2021.  The DCC’s Annual Plan seeks to provide a draft budget for the year ahead, it will determine how much money will be allocated to a number of activities and services the DCC provides. These projects include the Peninsula connection, road safety improvements, the 3 waters system and several property upgrades.

     

     

    The Dunedin City Council are asking for submissions on their proposed Annual Plan for 2020-21. The DCC’s Annual Plan seeks to provide a draft budget for the year ahead, it will determine how much money will be allocated to a number of activities and services the DCC provides.

    This is an opportunity for you to voice your opinions on what should occur in Dunedin City over the next year. Feedback for the annual plan closes on the 15th of April and Generation Zero encourages you to submit a response and have your say on changes to Dunedin City.

    We have drafted a submission on how we think Dunedin should become a sustainable and resilient community which you can read [here]. We have also created a quick submit form to make it easier for you to have your voice heard! 

     

    The plans in the Annual plan include:

     

    1. A proposed rating change - The council is proposing to reduce the amount paid through targeted rates and instead collect more money through general rates. There are two options, dropping targeted rates from $240.50 to $100 in 2020-2021, or community services targeted rates would increase from $240.50 to $247.
    2. The DCC plans on joining the NZ Local Government Funding Agency (LGFA) - LGFA is an organization which lends money to councils and council companies. This would allow the DCC to access more borrowing money options.
    3. Draft Waste Minimisation and Management Plan - the council is setting goals for reducing and managing Dunedin’s waste.
    4. Cheaper Bus Fares - By taking the money from rates or parking charges to help make bus fares cheaper for the whole community. 
    5. Community Housing
    6. Using Rail
    7. Waste Futures
    8. Carbon Zero 2030

     

    The last four plans are mainly being looked at under the 10-year plan for the Council, however, it is being proposed now as they are looking at amending the 10-year plan.

    This is all stated in the Dunedin Annual Plan which you can check out here:  https://www.dunedin.govt.nz/council/annual-and-long-term-plans/annual-plan-202021

    The team have also sent in their submission which you check out here: 

     

    If you want to give us your opinion on what you personally want to encourage or dislike, please feel free to fill out the survey below.

     

    Have your say today!


  • published Donate 2020-04-03 15:50:27 +1300

    Donate

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  • published Regions 2020-04-03 14:41:38 +1300

    Regions

    Generation Zero has four different regions. Click on one of the regions to check out their most recent campaigns or see if they have an upcoming event. You are more than welcome to join, sign on a petition or help write a submission!