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Professionally detached: Governance panel chairman Sir Geoffrey
By JIM CHIPP
A document due to be released
this week could herald the end of
at least some of Wellington
Sir Geoffrey Palmer is chairing
a panel that has the task of con-
sulting residents and interested
parties about how the councils
could be restructured.
It is releasing an issues paper
that puts the consultation into
context and poses some ques-
tions, Sir Geoffrey said.
People would be offered a
range of ways to express their
opinions, including online sub-
missions, or directly at public
meetings, and there would also
be a bang-the-table'' online dis-
cussion forum allowing people to
put their views easily and
quickly, no matter how long or
short they were, he said.
It [any new structure] has to
be democratic first and foremost,''
Sir Geoffrey said.
It has to be effective in deliv-
ering the services that it has to
Local government in New Zea-
land faced many complications
and most people did not under-
stand what it did, he said.
They think it collects their
rubbish, takes away their sewage
and delivers water, and really is
not very important.''
However, many council activi-
ties affected people a lot more
than that, including transport,
planning and economic advocacy,
Legislation on its way through
Parliament would change the
way local government amalgama-
tions could happen, making them
We are in an era of change in
Sir Geoffrey noted that the last
local government rejig took place
in 1989, and 23 years later the
process was beginning again.
He said in many ways the
Auckland super-city was a
reversion to the form of provin-
cial government that existed in
New Zealand until 1876.
The panel must work very
quickly to arrive at a recommen-
dation by the end of October,
because the Government wants
amalgamations before the next
election in October 2013.
He said he was approaching
his task as a Wellingtonian, but
with professional detachment.
It would be very difficult for a
person who was not a Welling-
tonian to do it, but it is very
important to have a range of
skills and knowledge about legal
The panel members were very
experienced and had no axes to
grind, he said.
Sir Wira Gardiner would take
care of Maori interests and Sue
Driver would oversee community
Sir Geoffrey's panel would take
on the difficult task of consider-
ing all views and forming a coher-
One tries to weigh them,
assess them, count them and
analyse them,'' he said.
Consultation does not necess-
arily mean agreement. One has
to exercise judgement about
Most of the local territorial
authorities were separately con-
ducting their own consultations
on governance, he said.
Some of them and their mayors
were engaging with the panel in
a positive way and some were
I have not been party to that
and am not influenced by it.
It does add clutter to the sys-
tem, but diversity of opinion will
add to the panel.''
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