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3 Contents Page Introduction... iii Purpose of the Addition to the Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations and Supporting Information... iv Vote and Supporting Information Canterbury Earthquake Recovery ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2 i

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5 Introduction ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2 iii

6 INTRODUCTION Purpose of the Addition to the Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations and Supporting Information This Addition to the Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations (B.7 Vol. 2) contains details of two new appropriations in Vote Canterbury Earthquake Recovery. These two appropriations were proposed by the government as part of a timely response to the 22 February Christchurch earthquake but after the closeoff of the Supplementary Estimates and the Appropriation (2010/11 Supplementary Estimates) Bill that were respectively presented to the House and introduced on 19 May It is intended that these two appropriations be inserted in Schedule 1 of that Bill in a committee of the whole House by way of an amendment notified on a Supplementary Order Paper. iv ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2

7 Vote Canterbury Earthquake Recovery MINISTER(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR APPROPRIATIONS: Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery (M85) ADMINISTERING DEPARTMENT: Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY AUTHORITY: Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2 927

8 VOTE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY Overview of the Vote The Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery is responsible for appropriations in Vote Canterbury Earthquake Recovery for the 2010/11 financial year covering the following: a total of nearly $4 million to plan for and administer the implementation of the earthquake recovery a total of $27 million for Canterbury earthquake property demolitions and related costs and compensation, and a total of $3 million for Canterbury earthquake demolition-related property purchases. Details of these appropriations are set out in Parts 2-6 for Vote Canterbury Earthquake Recovery in the Information Supporting the Supplementary Estimates and in the Information Supporting the Addition to the Supplementary Estimates. 928 ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2

9 VOTE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY Details of Appropriations Details of Annual and Permanent Appropriations Titles and Scopes of Appropriations by Appropriation Type Departmental Output Expenses 2010/11 Addition to the Supplementary Supplementary Estimates Estimates Budget Budget Total Budget Implementation for the Recovery (M85) This appropriation is limited to expenses incurred in implementing the recovery from the Canterbury earthquakes. Planning for the Recovery (M85) 2,936-2,936 This appropriation is limited to expenses incurred in planning the recovery from the Canterbury Earthquake. Total Departmental Output Expenses 3,915-3,915 Non-Departmental Output Expenses Canterbury Earthquake Property Demolitions and Related Costs and Compensation (M85) - 27,000 27,000 This appropriation is limited to tasks necessary to proceed with and expedite demolitions associated with the Canterbury earthquakes and related compensation to property owners. Total Non-Departmental Output Expenses - 27,000 27,000 Departmental Capital Expenditure Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority - Capital Expenditure PLA (M85) This appropriation is limited to the purchase or development of assets by and for the use of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority, as authorised by section 24(1) of the Public Finance Act Total Departmental Capital Expenditure Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure Canterbury Earthquake Demolition-Related Property Purchases (M85) - 3,000 3,000 This appropriation is limited to the purchase of land and buildings if required for demolition tasks ordered by the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority. Total Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure 3,000 3,000 Total Annual and Permanent Appropriations 3,935 30,000 33,935 ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2 929

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11 Information Supporting the Addition to the Supplementary Estimates Vote Canterbury Earthquake Recovery MINISTER(S) RESPONSIBLE FOR APPROPRIATIONS: Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery (M85) ADMINISTERING DEPARTMENT: Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY AUTHORITY: Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2 931

12 VOTE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY Part 1 - Summary of the Vote Part Overview of the Vote The Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery is responsible for appropriations in Vote Canterbury Earthquake Recovery for the 2010/11 financial year covering the following: a total of nearly $4 million to plan for and administer the implementation of the earthquake recovery a total of $27 million for Canterbury earthquake property demolitions and related costs and compensation, and a total of $3 million for Canterbury earthquake demolition-related property purchases. Details for the first of these items are set out in Parts 2-6 of the Information Supporting the Supplementary Estimates and for the second and third of these items in parts 2-6 below. Part High-Level Objectives of the Vote Government Priorities and Outcomes - Links to Appropriations Government Priorities Government Outcomes Appropriations A Stronger Economy Building a strong economy, based on real enduring growth, will provide New Zealanders the jobs, improved incomes, and improved living standards they desire and deserve. Economic Development and Infrastructure Sector To facilitate the recovery of Canterbury following the Canterbury Earthquake on 4 September 2010 and the subsequent aftershocks, including the 22 February 2011 aftershock. Planning for the Recovery Implementation for the Recovery Canterbury Earthquake Property Demolitions and Related Costs and Compensation Canterbury Earthquake Demolition-Related Property Purchases 932 ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2

13 VOTE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY Part Trends in the Vote Summary of Financial Activity 2010/11 Addition to the Supplementary Estimates Supplementary Estimates Departmental Transactions Non- Departmental Transactions Total Transactions Total Appropriations Output Expenses 3,915-27,000 27,000 30,915 Benefits and Other Unrequited Expenses - N/A Borrowing Expenses Other Expenses Capital Expenditure 20-3,000 3,000 3,020 Intelligence and Security Department Expenses and Capital Expenditure - - N/A - - Total Appropriations 3,935-30,000 30,000 33,935 Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts Tax Revenue - N/A Non-Tax Revenue - N/A Capital Receipts - N/A Total Crown Revenue and Capital Receipts - N/A Analysis of Significant Trends The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) was established on 29 March 2011 to facilitate the recovery of Canterbury following the Canterbury Earthquake on 4 September 2010 and the subsequent aftershocks, including the 22 February 2011 aftershock. It was initially funded nearly $4 million for costs to be incurred in 2010/11 in planning and implementing the recovery. Subsequent to its establishment, it was assessed that up to $27 million for property demolitions, related costs and compensation and up to $3 million for demolition-related property purchases are also required in 2010/11. ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2 933

14 VOTE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY Part 2 - Details and Expected Performance for Output Expenses Part Non-Departmental Output Expenses Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Outcome: Improved economic performance. Impact: To facilitate the recovery of Canterbury following the Canterbury Earthquake on 4 September 2010 and the subsequent aftershocks, including the 22 February 2011 aftershock. Appropriations Canterbury Earthquake Property Demolitions and Related Costs and Compensation Canterbury Earthquake Property Demolitions and Related Costs and Compensation (M85) Scope of Appropriation This appropriation is limited to tasks necessary to proceed with and expedite demolitions associated with the Canterbury earthquakes and related compensation to property owners. Expenses and Revenue 2010/11 Supplementary Estimates Addition to the Supplementary Estimates Total Total Appropriation - 27,000 27,000 Reasons for Change in Appropriation The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) was established on 29 March 2011 to facilitate the recovery of Canterbury following the Canterbury Earthquake on 4 September 2010 and the subsequent aftershocks, including the 22 February 2011 aftershock. Subsequent to its establishment, it was assessed that up to $27 million for property demolitions, related costs and compensation is required in 2010/ ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2

15 VOTE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY Output Performance Measures and Standards 2010/11 Performance Measures Supplementary Estimates Standard Addition to the Supplementary Estimates Standard Total Standard Handover between the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management is managed N/A 100% achieved 100% achieved Processes and Procedures are set up to ensure demolitions are carried out to balance efficiency with cost effectiveness and ensure that costs rest where appropriate N/A Processes currently being refined Processes currently being refined Contracts and contract processes are established and agreements received and implemented efficiently N/A Contracts and systems established Contracts and systems established Appropriate reporting arrangements are put in place N/A In process In process Recovery of relevant works costs relating to demolition from owners N/A Where applicable Where applicable ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2 935

16 VOTE CANTERBURY EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY Part 6 - Details and Expected Results for Capital Expenditure Part Non-Departmental Capital Expenditure Intended Impacts, Outcomes and Objectives Intended Impacts, Outcomes or Objectives of Appropriations Outcome: Improved economic performance. Impact: To facilitate the recovery of Canterbury following the Canterbury Earthquake on 4 September 2010 and the subsequent aftershocks, including the 22 February 2011 aftershock. Appropriations Canterbury Earthquake Demolition-Related Property Purchases Canterbury Earthquake Demolition-Related Property Purchases (M85) Scope of Appropriation This appropriation is limited to the purchase of land and buildings if required for demolition tasks ordered by the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority. Capital Expenditure 2010/11 Supplementary Estimates Addition to the Supplementary Estimates Total Total Appropriation - 3,000 3,000 Reasons for Change in Appropriation The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) was established on 29 March 2011 to facilitate the recovery of Canterbury following the Canterbury Earthquake on 4 September 2010 and the subsequent aftershocks, including the 22 February 2011 aftershock. Subsequently it was assessed that up to $3 million for demolition-related property purchases is required in 2010/ ADDITION TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 2010/11 B.7 Vol.2

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