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Funding the Gap
Oct 10, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (NZST)
There is much discussion about the funding gaps or the future infrastructural deficits. This course will provide focus on what are “funding gaps”, and discuss how the infrastructural strategies that were first required to be developed as part of the 2015/25 Long Term Plan, helped define if there is a funding gap.
We will also discuss the linkage between the infrastructural and financial strategies, and whether comparing forecast depreciation and renewals is a valid comparison. What are the pitfalls in using this comparison? How can it be used?
Funding the Gap
examines two fundamental aspects where infrastructure asset management and financial management intersect; what are the gaps (if any) between assessed infrastructure investment, and identified infrastructure spending.
Under this aspect the course we will look at;
Have the gaps been adequately identified and categorised?
Where are the gaps?
Have we properly identified and categorised asset expenditure (both in the past and forecast)? How can we address or bridge the gap(s)? Under this aspect the seminar will look at;
Legislative provisions in the LGA 2002 on financial management and infrastructure strategies
Good and bad practice for infrastructure strategies
Key principles of financial management for infrastructure assets, including renewals and depreciation
Twelve funding strategy principles
Tactical approaches to funding the gaps
Communicating the gap to funding decision makers .
We will also look at four types of council profiles and (in case study groups) assess what gaps might be relevant for each type and ways to address the gap.
Who Should Attend
Policy advisors who have a responsibility for infrastructural and financial strategies
Non-member $595 + GST
Member $535.50 + GST
Please note: Register by 26 September. And in the unlikely event of date postponement, IPWEA NZ recommend booking flexible travel.
24 Hawkestone Street
Wellington, NZ 6011
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04 472 2389
T: (04) 496 3254
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