In terms of NRSBU planning processes, the Asset Management Plan (AMP) is set at a tactical level between the Business Plan (a strategic document) and numerous process plans (operational documents). The AMP is a significant management tool that will guide and influence decision-making. The most recent plan was developed in 2017.
The objectives of the AMP are to demonstrate that NRSBU:
The Nelson Regional Sewerage Business Unit is a joint committee of Tasman District Council and Nelson City Council. It was established to look after the owners’ (the two councils) interests in the Regional Sewerage Scheme. A Memorandum of Understanding that was signed by the two Mayors and CEO’s in September 2015 (replacing the previous MOU signed in December 2000) governs the operation of the NRSBU.
In terms of NRSBU planning processes, the Wastewater Asset Management Plan (AMP) is set at a tactical level between the NRSBU Strategic Plan and numerous process plans (operational documents). The AMP is a management tool that guides and influences decision-making.
The purpose of this AMP is to outline and summarise, in a coordinated manner, the NRSBU’s long-term management approach for the provision and maintenance of the Regional Sewerage Scheme. Financial projections from the AMP will support and justify the financial forecasts in Business Plans. Similarly, the AMP provides the basis for preparation of Annual Reports.
Emphasis for NRSBU
The emphasis for the NRSBU will be: