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MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS
The 4472 (Budget) meeting of the Brisbane City Council,

held at City Hall, Brisbane

on Wednesday 17 June 2015

at 11am

Prepared by:

Council and Committee Liaison Office

Chief Executive’s Office

Office of the Lord Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer


TABLE OF CONTENTS






Page Number

SUBMISSION OF BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING 30 JUNE 2016 (INCLUDING THE RESOLUTION OF RATES AND CHARGES 2015-16)

1

LORD MAYOR’S BUDGET SPEECH 2015-16

49

THE LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION’S BUDGET RESPONSE

61

REPLY BY THE CHAIRMAN OF FINANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE

70

PROGRAMS:

Clean, Green and WaterSmart City

80

Moving Brisbane

127

Future Brisbane

175

Your Brisbane

200

Public Health and Safety

231

Economic Development

247

Customer Focus

265

City Governance

265

BUSINESSES AND COUNCIL PROVIDERS:

(Brisbane Transport, Civil Construction and Maintenance Operations, Urban Amenities, Waste and Resource Recovery Services, City Projects Office. Brisbane City Cemeteries, City Parking, Golf Courses, Sports and Aquatic Centres, City Hall Precinct and Asset Portfolio Management)



266

ADOPTION OF ANNUAL PLAN AND BUDGET

266


PRESENT:
The Right Honourable the LORD MAYOR (Councillor Graham QUIRK) – LNP

The Chairman of Council, Councillor Margaret de WIT (Pullenvale Ward) – LNP




LNP Councillors (and Wards)

ALP Councillors (and Wards)

Krista ADAMS (Wishart)

Matthew BOURKE (Jamboree)

Amanda COOPER (Bracken Ridge)

Vicki HOWARD (Central)

Steven HUANG (Macgregor)

Fiona KING (Marchant)

Geraldine KNAPP (The Gap)

Kim MARX (Karawatha)

Peter MATIC (Toowong)

Ian McKENZIE (Holland Park)

David McLACHLAN (Hamilton)

Ryan MURPHY (Doboy)

Angela OWEN-TAYLOR (Parkinson) (Deputy Chairman of Council)

Adrian SCHRINNER (Chandler) (Deputy Mayor)

Julian SIMMONDS (Walter Taylor)

Norm WYNDHAM (McDowall)

Andrew WINES (Enoggera)


Milton DICK (Richlands) (The Leader of the Opposition)

Helen ABRAHAMS (The Gabba) (Deputy Leader of the Opposition)

Peter CUMMING (Wynnum Manly)

Kim FLESSER (Northgate)

Steve GRIFFITHS (Moorooka)

Victoria NEWTON (Deagon)

Shayne SUTTON (Morningside)


Independent Councillor (and Ward)

Nicole JOHNSTON (Tennyson)





OPENING OF MEETING:
The Chairman, Councillor Margaret de WIT, opened the meeting with prayer, and then proceeded with the business set out in the Agenda.

SUBMISSION OF BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING 30 JUNE 2016:
FIRST DAY – Wednesday 17 June 2015
RESOLUTION NO. 702/2014-15
RECOMMENDATIONS:
PRESENTATION AND SUBMISSION BY

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORD MAYOR

FOR THE APPROVAL OF AND ADOPTION BY THE COUNCIL
RESOLUTION OF RATES AND CHARGES 2015-16:
Pursuant to the provisions of the City of Brisbane Act 2010, the City of Brisbane Regulation 2012, the Standing Rules and the Local Laws of the Council, I present and submit to the Council recommendations as to the rates, charges and fees to be fixed for the year ending 30 June 2016 for the approval of and adoption by the Council.
1. DEFINITIONS
Throughout this resolution, a term appearing in bold italic text is defined in s.14 – DICTIONARY OF TERMS.
2. LAND USE CODES
Until otherwise decided or amended, the land use codes set out in the document Brisbane City Council land use codes 1st July 2015 as tabled shall constitute the land use codes for rating and charging purposes.
3. AVERAGING OF LAND VALUES
Pursuant to section 67(4) of the City of Brisbane Regulation 2012 the Council determines that, for the purpose of making and levying rates and charges for the financial year on rateable land:


  1. the rateable value of land is to be the averaged value under section 67(4)(b) of the Regulation, and




  1. the average value will be calculated under section 69 of the Regulation, and




  1. for the purposes of section 69(2) of the Regulation the ‘3-year averaging number’ for the financial year is 0.93.


Note: For properties with land use code 72, the rateable value will be calculated in accordance with section 50(2) of the Land Valuation Act 2010.
4. DIFFERENTIAL GENERAL RATES


  1. For the purpose of making and levying differential general rates for the financial year on all rateable land in the City, the Council determines that –




  1. the categories into which the rateable land in the City is to be categorised are –




  1. (subject to Clause 4(b)), 66 in number and




  1. identified by the ‘Category’ of the Differential General Rating Table.




  1. the criteria by which land is to be categorised as being in a particular one of those categories are specified in the ‘General Criteria’ and ‘Specific Criteria’ columns of the Differential General Rating Table opposite the identification of the particular category.


DIFFERENTIAL GENERAL RATING TABLE


Category

General Criteria

Specific Criteria

1. Residential: Owner Occupied





This criterion will only apply where:

  1. the current use, or having regard to any improvements or activities conducted upon the land, the potential use of the subject land is solely principal residential purposes.

Where the land contains a dwelling house and otherwise meets the general criteria above, then this category will apply:

  1. regardless of the City Plan 2014 zone within which that land is situated and

      1. only where the land represents the principal place of residence of at least one person who constitutes the owner/s of the land.

or

  1. the sole purpose for which the subject land is presently utilised is vacant land and is:

  1. wholly contained within a zone or combination of zones defined under Part 6 of City Plan 2014 as:

Conservation zone, or
Environmental management zone, , or
Rural zone, or
where coexisting with another zone or code contained within this general criteria, Open space zone, or

Emerging community zone, or


Low density residential zone, or
Character residential zone, or
Low-medium density residential zone, or
Medium density residential, or
High density residential zone, or a


  1. Mixed use zone where the predominant use for which land may be utilised is a residential purpose, or

  2. Land contained within the Moreton Island settlements neighbourhood plan defined under Section 7 City Plan 2014 and as shown on the Moreton Island settlements neighbourhood plan map in Schedule 2 of City Plan 2014, other than that contained within the resort area of the Tangalooma precinct, or

  3. Land that has been purchased by an individual for solely principal residential purposes following the re-configuration of allotments, will be deemed to meet the criteria of this category regardless of any current zone under City Plan 2014 and will continue until such time as the land is reclassified as residential.

Or

  1. the property meets this resolution’s definition of owner-occupied multi-residential (single family)

Subject to meeting the General Criteria –

1.

Land to which the following land use codes apply –



01 vacant urban land,

06 outbuilding / amenity block, or

94 vacant rural land, and

which meets the general criteria for this category.



2.

Land to which the following land use codes applies –



02 single unit dwelling used for principal residential purposes.

3.

The following land is specifically included in this category:

a. vacant land which meets the general criteria for this category, or

b. premises that would otherwise be the owner’s principal place of residence but where the owner is incapable of occupancy due to ill or frail health and is domicile in a care facility, provided such premises remain unoccupied by any other person/s.

c. premises subject to a special disability trust, occupied by a deemed vulnerable pensioner owner.

4.

Land to which the following land use codes applies –



03 multiple dwelling/s

provided that the property complies with this resolution’s definition of owner-occupied multi-residential (single family).




2a. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group A




This criterion will apply where the land is:

  1. used for non-residential purposes, or has the potential predominant use by virtue of its improvements or activities conducted upon the land of non-residential purposes, and

  2. located outside of the boundaries of the CBD or CBD Frame, and

  3. characterised by one of the land use codes in the adjacent specific criteria attributable to this category.

  4. does not comply with the specific criteria of categories 2b, 2c ,2d, 2e, 2g, 2h. 2i, 2j or 2k below.

Vacant land outside of the CBD or CBD Frame falls within this category where that land does not meet both the general and specific criteria of category 1 of this table.


Subject to meeting the General Criteria –

1.

Land to which the following land use codes apply –



01 vacant urban land,

06 outbuilding/amenity block,

72 vacant land – valuation discounted subdivided land, or

94 vacant rural land, and

a. is not residential purposes land, or

b. meets the general criteria of this Category.

or

2.

Land to which the following land use codes apply –

10 combined multiple dwelling and shop,

11 shop (single),

13 shops – shopping group (2 to 6 shops),

15 shop (secondary retail),

17 restaurant/fast food outlet (non drive-through),

18 special tourist attraction,

19 walkway/ramp,

20 marina,

21 residential institution,

23 retail warehouse,

24 sales area,

25 office(s),

26 funeral parlour,

27 hospital/convalescent home (medical care, private),

28 warehouse and bulk store,

32 wharf,

33 builder's yard/contractor's yard,

34 cold store/ice works,

35 general industry,

36 light industry,

38 advertising – hoarding,

39 harbour industry,

41 child care centre,

42 hotel/tavern,

43 motel,

44 nursery/garden centre,

45 theatres/cinemas,

46 drive-in theatres,

47 licensed club,

48 sports club/facilities,

50 other club (non business),

51 religious,

52 cemetery,

54 art gallery, museum, zoo,

55 library,

56 showground/racecourse/airfield,

57 park and garden/bushland reserve,

58 educational,

59 access restriction strip,

63 boarding kennels / cattery,

91 utility installation,

92 defence force establishment,

95 reservoir, dam, bore,

96 public hospital,

97 welfare home/premises, or

99 community protection centre.


2b. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group B




This criterion will apply where the land meets;

    1. the general criteria of differential rating category 2a above, and

    2. the specific criteria of differential rating category 2a, and

    3. is characterised by the specific criteria opposite.

Subject to meeting the General Criteria, a property will be included in this differential rating category where –

As at the date of this resolution it was recorded in Council systems by reference to its common name, its property location or its real property description as shown in the table at section 15.7.



2c. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group C




This criterion will apply where the land meets;

  1. the general criteria of differential rating category 2a above, and

  2. the specific criteria of differential rating category 2a, and

  3. is characterised by the specific criteria opposite.

Subject to meeting the General Criteria, a property will be included in this differential rating category where –

As at the date of this resolution it was recorded in Council systems by reference to its common name, its property location or its real property description as shown in the table at section 15.7.



2d. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group D




This criterion will apply where the land meets;

  1. the general criteria of differential rating category 2a above, and

  2. the specific criteria of differential rating category 2a, and

  3. is characterised by the specific criteria opposite.

Subject to meeting the General Criteria, a property will be included in this differential rating category where –

As at the date of this resolution it was recorded in Council systems by reference to its common name, its property location or its real property description as shown in the table at section 15.7.



2e. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group E




This criterion will apply where the land meets;

  1. the general criteria of differential rating category 2a above, and

  2. the specific criteria of differential rating category 2a, and

  3. is characterised by the specific criteria opposite.

Subject to meeting the General Criteria, a property will be included in this differential rating category where –

As at the date of this resolution it was recorded in Council systems by reference to its common name, its property location or its real property description as shown in the table at section 15.7.



2f. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group F




This criterion will apply where the land meets;

  1. the general criteria of differential rating category 2a above, and

  2. the specific criteria of differential rating category 2a, and

  3. is characterised by the specific criteria opposite.

Subject to meeting the General Criteria, a property will be included in this differential rating category where –

As at the date of this resolution it was recorded in Council systems by reference to its common name, its property location or its real property description as shown in the table at section 15.7.



2g. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group G




This criterion will apply where the land meets;

  1. the general criteria of differential rating category 2a above, and

  2. the specific criteria of differential rating category 2a, and

  3. is characterised by the specific criteria opposite.

Subject to meeting the General Criteria, a property will be included in this differential rating category where –

As at the date of this resolution it was recorded in Council systems by reference to its common name, its property location or its real property description as shown in the table at section 15.7.



2h. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group H




This criterion will apply where the land meets;

  1. the general criteria of differential rating category 2a above, and

  2. the specific criteria of differential rating category 2a, and

  3. is characterised by the specific criteria opposite.

Subject to meeting the General Criteria, a property will be included in this differential rating category where –

As at the date of this resolution it was recorded in Council systems by reference to its common name, its property location or its real property description as shown in the table at section 15.7.



2i. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group I




This criterion will apply where the land meets;

  1. the general criteria of differential rating category 2a above, and

  2. the specific criteria of differential rating category 2a, and

  3. is characterised by the specific criteria opposite.

Subject to meeting the General Criteria, a property will be included in this differential rating category where –

As at the date of this resolution it was recorded in Council systems by reference to its common name, its property location or its real property description as shown in the table at section 15.7.



2j. Commercial/Non-Residential – Group J




This criterion will apply where the land meets;

  1. the general criteria of differential rating category 2a above, and

  2. the specific criteria of differential rating category 2a, and

  3. is characterised by the specific criteria opposite.

Subject to meeting the General Criteria, a property will be included in this differential rating category where –

As at the date of this resolution it was recorded in Council systems by reference to its common name, its property location or its real property description as shown in the table at section 15.7.


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