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  • Who We Are | Central Plains Water
    of Stage 1 for the scheme which will be developed in three stages CPWL will be responsible for the implementation and operation of the scheme CPWL employs a core team of 30 professional staff and is governed by a Board of 7 Directors from a variety of backgrounds including farming legal finance and farm advisory A number of the Board members are also shareholders of the Company Contact Us Physical

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/about-us/who-we-are (2016-05-02)
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  • Board | Central Plains Water
    About Us Who We Are Board Staff irrigator Doug Catherwood Chairman Willie Palmer John Donkers Geoff Stevenson Paul Munro Damon Summerfield Bill Luff Grant Miller Contact Us Physical Address Central Plains Water Limited Level 1 114 Wrights Road Addington Christchurch 8024 Phone 03 982 4267 Postal Address PO Box 9424 Tower Junction Christchurch 8149 Submit a query CPWL Operations Enquiries 03 928 2960 CPWL Infrastructure Emergency 03 928 2966 Media

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/about-us/board (2016-05-02)
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  • Staff | Central Plains Water
    2 Design mgrey cpwl co nz Warren Maslin Chief Financial Officer wmaslin cpwl co nz Mark McKenzie General Manager Operations mmckenzie cpwl co nz Liz Nuttall Personal Assistant to CEO lnuttall cpwl co nz Don McCaw Farm Liaison Manager dmccaw cpwl co nz Sue MacEwan Health Safety Adviser Operations Administrator smacewan cpwl co nz Melody Biddle Operations Administrator mbiddle cpwl co nz Warren Soufflot Maintenance Engineer wsoufflot cpwl co nz Daniel Murtagh Project Manager Sheffield dmurtagh cpwl co nz Shaun Homa Design Manager Distribution shoma cpwl co nz John Galambos Programme Co Ordination Documentation jgalambos cpwl co nz Josh Aplin Civil Engineer currently seconded to AECOM japlin cpwl co nz Glenn Rutter Farm Information Scientist grutter cpwl co nz Mark Tipper Environmental Compliance Consents Manager mtipper cpwl co nz Ali van Polanen Environmental Compliance Manager avanpolanen cpwl co nz Fiona Crombie Environmental Technical Lead fcrombie cpwl co nz Karen Taylor Legal Advisor mailto ktaylor cpwl co nz Maria Woodham Legal Executive mwoodham cpwl co nz Andrew Berryman Accountant aberryman cpwl co nz Donna Cole Financial Administrator dcole cpwl co nz Buddle Findlay Legal Advisers Perception PR Marketing Ltd Media Relations Advisors Deloitte Accountants Pricewaterhouse Coopers Financial Advisors Contact Us Physical

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/about-us/staff (2016-05-02)
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  • Water Monitoring, Heritage & Ecological Surveys | Central Plains Water
    in December 2012 and will continue to monitor the selected bores quarterly In addition Katharine Watson archaeologist of Underground Overground Archaeology completed the archaeological site survey in February to identify any historical artefacts or Koiwi tangata human bones or taonga treasured artefacts Nothing unexpected was discovered during the visual survey A further desktop study of historical records will also be undertaken to identify any sites or artefacts that have been documented in the past but not visible on site CPWL has an accidental discovery protocol in place that sets out the procedures required should any artefact or human bones be discovered during the geotechnical investigations or later construction work In addition a terrestrial ecological survey will be completed by the end of February to identify any sites of significance Having these surveys completed will ensure that CPWL has enough time to resolve any issues that arise so as to avoid any delays to the construction programme We sincerely thank all landowners that have allowed access to their properties for this work Post navigation Government seeks high quality schemes One on One Interview with Susan Goodfellow Contact Us Physical Address Central Plains Water Limited Level 1 114 Wrights Road Addington Christchurch

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/environmental-management/water-monitoring-heritage-ecological-surveys (2016-05-02)
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  • Government seeks high-quality schemes | Central Plains Water
    provides co funding to get schemes to the stage where they have a prospectus ready to put before potential investors To gain IAF funding the backers need to show that the project would help achieve objectives set out in a regional strategy for water management The CPWL project ticks this box for the Canterbury Water Management Strategy The proposal also needs to show it would be best practice in all aspects and include community engagement An important feature of the CPWL project is that it will make real gains for the environment by reducing abstraction pressure from ground water as well as being more energy efficient Recently the Government took steps to set up a company that will act as a bridging investor in these water infrastructure development projects with an allocation of 80 million for the coming year and an expectation of 400 million in total It believes these schemes will offer attractive long term investment opportunities but recognises it might need to get involved as a short term investor to make up for an initial shortfall in private investment under some circumstances The focus for schemes should be to ensure they are good and viable and will serve

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/scheme-development/government-seeks-high-quality-schemes (2016-05-02)
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  • Funding Secured | Central Plains Water
    the Irrigation Acceleration Fund of 1 7 million with up to a further 4m available subject to us meeting progress milestones in March The funding has given us the means to boost our team working on the project from four up to 20 which includes outside consultants This funding will allow key activities to continue including Securing water reliability Implementing consent requirements Developing water user agreements and Farm Management Plans with farmers Completing detailed design of the river intake canal pipe distribution and control systems Finalising all the costs of the scheme recon farming economics and securing committed funding for farmers and loan providers CAPITAL RAISING With Stage 1 expected to cost between 120 to 140 million we anticipate we will need initially to raise up to 50 million in Equity Capital from farmer shareholders or other partners This will cover land acquisition costs a proportion of the construction costs of the scheme re financing of consent costs and the short term financing currently in place At this stage we are looking at different options for the total funding solutions and we will be in close communication once we have finalised the preferred option Post navigation Water to be delivered

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/scheme-development/funding-secured (2016-05-02)
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  • Water to be delivered in September next year | Central Plains Water
    the remaining 15 000 ha of Stage 1 receiving their water by September 2015 But for the plan to work everything is going to have to fall in our favour We can t afford to have any breaks in the process The secret to completing this project on time will be ensuring that we engage with our contractors at the earliest possible stage so they can hit the ground running in September this year However the process of selecting these contractors must be a truly competitive process to ensure that stakeholders get value for money Our engineering consultants are well aware of this and the added degree of complexity created by the short timeframe so are designing the programme in such a way that we can achieve this goal This is not a conventional sequential programme We are able to separate different parts of the construction process so that work can be undertaken concurrently in different areas For example we can work on the headrace and the pipe network and join them at a later date Even with the headrace we are able to break it down further so that our contractors can be working on three sections There s the plant itself there s the 40m wide cut into the embankment from where the water is taken from the river to where it comes up onto the plateau and then there is work on the plateau itself Even though these are reasonably close together different contractor teams can be working on their individual projects without tripping over each other The first stage of the piped network will include 50kms of pipeline of different sizes Again the site of the area involved is so big it can have a number of contractors laying the network at the same time Post

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/scheme-development/water-to-be-delivered-in-september-next-year (2016-05-02)
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  • Shareholder Meeting Dates | Central Plains Water
    Meeting Dates February 12 2016 Cluster Group Meetings are no longer taking place as originally scheduled These are postponed until the Prospectus is released Details will follow closer to the time Post navigation Congratulations to Will Cookson of Hororata School Contact Us Physical Address Central Plains Water Limited Level 1 114 Wrights Road Addington Christchurch 8024 Phone 03 982 4267 Postal Address PO Box 9424 Tower Junction Christchurch 8149 Submit

    Original URL path: http://www.cpwl.co.nz/latest-news/shareholder-meeting-dates (2016-05-02)
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