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Revenue for the year was up to $166 million compared with the budget of $146 million.
The report outlines the district council’s activities and performance over the last year and whether or not it met its goals.
It also includes the results of the resident’s survey that show 69 per cent of residents rated the district council’s overall performance as good or very good.
A summary of the report is listed below:
$106 million total expenditure (compared with a budget of $108 million)
$57.4 million rates revenue levied (compared with a budget of $56.2 million)
$22.9 million received in development contributions revenue (compared with a budget of $15.9 million)
$1.66 billion total council net assets (in 2018 it was $1.58 billion)
Revenue for the year was $166 million compared with the budget of $146 million
Development contributions revenue was $7 million above budget due to the level of housing development in the district continuing to be more rapid than expected.
Land sales revenue was lower than budget by $4.5 million due to the sale of land in the Izone Southern Business Hub being below what was budgeted.
It is estimated there are around 6700 businesses in Selwyn, with around 21,500 full-time employees.
403,088 visits to Selwyn Aquatic Centre and council pools
7.63 million cu m of water supplied to households
74.2km of road resealing completed
Maintaining about 2500kmof roads.
Providing rubbish and recycling services to more than 21,000 households.
Operating 30 community water supplies, supplying clean, safe drinking water to 81 per cent of the district’s population.
706ha of recreation reserves
455 reserves and playgrounds
27 community centres and halls
141 community events attended by 12,573 people
Funding for 51 initiatives through the Selwyn Community Fund
20 initiatives promoting arts, culture and heritage
Administered $460,707 in total grant funding
Environmental and transportation services
Processed 666 resource consent applications
Issued 2218 building consents
Issued 1954 code compliance certificates
Registered 13,659 of the district’s dogs
Repaired 5300 potholes
Resealed 74.2km of road
Completed 10,524km of grading on unsealed roads
Constructed 2.2km of footpath extensions
91 per cent of urban roads meet service standards
88 per cent of footpaths meet service standards
Water and waste management
Collected 10,000 tonnes of rubbish from kerbsides
5100 tonnes of recycling
5900 tonnes of organics
Processed 28,000 tonnes of all waste types through the Pines Resource Recovery Park
Eight per cent reduction in kerbside waste to landfill
Provided drinking water to 81 per cent of the population
Supplied 7.63 million cubic metres of water to households
Treated 3.85 million cubic metres of wastewater
Maintained 1170km of water mains and 359km of wastewater mains
99.98 per cent compliance with drinking water standards for treatment
50 per cent of residents are volunteers – achieved 54 per cent.
10 per cent increase in Sensational Selwyn website use – achieved 81 per cent increase
More than 100 community events are delivered/facilitated with more than 10,000 attendees – achieved 141 events.
More than 150,000 combined visits to the Lincoln Event Centre, Rolleston Community Centre and West Melton Community Centre – achieved 189,182 visits to LEC, 78,345 visits to RCC and 20,782 visits to WMCC.
100 per cent registration of all known dogs by June 30 each year – achieved 100 per cent.
100 per cent of urgent callouts attended to within four hours – achieved 100 per cent.
75 per cent of individual large capital projects are generally completed in the year that they were programmed to occur – achieved 85 per cent.
Not achieved goals
Less than 10 complaints received related to cemetery service – 12 complaints were received.
The average number of visits to Selwyn public libraries per capita exceeds the national average of 7.83 – there were 4.91 visits per capita.
100 per cent of resource consents are issued within statutory time frames – 98 per cent were issued within time frames.
Less than 15 complaints received about drinking water clarity, continuity of supply, odour, taste, pressure or flow and the response to any of these issues, expressed per 1000 rated properties – there were 19.16 complaints per 1000 rated properties.
75 per cent of residents feel a sense of community with their local neighbourhood – the resident’s survey shows 73 per cent
85 per cent of resource consent applicants are satisfied or very satisfied – 77.91 per cent were satisfied.
Total average operating costs per serviced property for land drainage is less than $100 – the total average operating costs per serviced property were $135.
69 per cent of residents rated the district council’s overall performance as good or very good, the same as in 2018. The overall performance rating has risen steadily from 58 per cent in 2013.
83 per cent of residents are satisfied with libraries
81 per cent of residents are satisfied with parks and reserves
84 per cent of residents are satisfied with playgrounds
82 per cent of residents have used a park or playground
93 per cent of residents think Selwyn is a great place to live
73 per cent of residents feel a sense of community
72 per cent of residents participate in community groups
47 per cent of residents satisfied with urban roads
31 per cent of residents satisfied with rural roads
44 per cent of residents satisfied with cycleways
97 per cent of residents satisfied with rubbish collection
92 per cent of residents satisfied with recycling collection
89 per cent satisfied with organics collection
71 per cent of residents satisfied with water supplies
72 per cent of residents satisfied with sewerage and wastewater
46 per cent of residents satisfied with urban stormwater