The Strategy Partners - Christchurch City Council, Environment Canterbury, Selwyn District Council, Waimakariri District Council, the NZ Transport Agency and Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu (TRONT) - have primary responsibility for implementing the Strategy.
The Greater Christchurch Partnership (GCP) has been working collaboratively for over a decade to tackle urban issues and manage the growth of the City and its surrounding towns. Until June 2017, the Partnership was known as the Urban Development Strategy Partnership.
The Greater Christchurch Partnership comprises the councils in the Greater Christchurch area (Christchurch City, Selwyn and Waimakariri Districts and Environment Canterbury - the regional council), Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA), the Canterbury District Health Board and the Greater Christchurch Group from within the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC).
The Greater Christchurch Partnership also has a close relationship with Regenerate Christchurch, Ōtākaro Ltd and Development Christchurch Ltd as the work of these new agencies complements the objectives of the UDS in relation to the central city and suburban regeneration.
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The Greater Christchurch Partnership Committee (GCPC), is a joint committee of the four councils and has representation from each of the Partnership organisations.
The GCPC oversees the implementation of the Urban Development Strategy on behalf of the Partnership. The GCPC has an Independent Chair, Bill Wasley and is supported by the Partnership Manager, Keith Tallentire.
All upcoming and past GCPC agenda papers and minutes are able to be viewed via the InfoCouncil system.
In addition to the GCPC, officer groupings have been established to provide advice to the GCPC and maintain collaborative relationships across the agencies represented at GCPC. These include a Chief Executives Advisory Group (CEAG), a group of senior staff, and a number of subgroups with more specific mandates.